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The Jewish Floridian ( October 21, 1949 )

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ibdliewislbJElliDipidliiaun V0LU ME 22-NUMBER 42 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS Beach Plays Host To 4500 Delegates To JWV 54th Annual Encampment Gaily bedecked with bunting, I Miami Beach put out its welcome m at swung open its doors and began to play host to the 4 500 delceates now attending the 54th annual, ncampment of the Jewish War Veterans and the 22nd meet 0 f the JWV auxiliary Headed by Mver Dorfman, national PWV commander, delegates began to stream into the resort city last weekend. On the eve of the convention Dorfman announced that antiSemitism is the greatest problem still confronting the Jewish people. From convention headquarters in the Delano Hotel, Dorfman said that early American leaders of the type of Washington and Jefferson foresaw a United States in which all creeds [ and races would live in harmony. "We are trying to make that I dream come true," he explained. "We are trying to sell America to Americans. "That's why our central program is that of Americanism. We are trying to do a service to our countrv as well as to the Jewish people" in seeing that the precepts of the Bill of Rights are really I lived up to." SoundinR off another time beIfore the convention opened Wednesday, the national commander called for the creation of a Secretary of Civilian Defense with I full cabinet powers. "When the next war comes," he [said, "civilians will be affected I as quickly as the military. "The next war is not inevitable land I honestly believe there is a chance to avert it. But if war I breaks out. the enemy as the first jstep will try to knock out production by hitting industrial areas land will strike at our morale, Iboth of the military and civilian (populations." The convention has lined up a pour-star speaking program which I includes Secretary of the Army [Gordon Gray; Tighe Woods, naItional housing expediter; Francis |H. Russell, State Department [public affairs director; Watson B. %  Miller, immigration commissionJer; Harry M. Rosenfield, chairIman of the President's displaced Ipersons commission; Maj. Gen. I Lewis B. Hershey, selective service director; Sen. Margaret Chase ISmth. Nat Klein, director of CARE's [Israel program, flew down to adIdress the convention and will reImam here in behalf of the relief lot DP'a in Israel. I Col. E Ben Arzi, military at!" to the Israel embassy in [Washington, is guest of honor at |the conclave. One jj the highlights of the [assembl y was t he parade through 107,267 Register Here I To Set All-Time Record tun •JSP* breaking high of ;""•' Miamians qualified to vote m the November 15 city commission election. Supervisor of Registration M-arl Holmer, Jr., said that city registration books would remain cosed now until after the runoff election November 22. City Clerk *r an k Correll, who is noted for "is accuracy in predicting election totals, predicted that out of wei all time high registration only PJMHW to 55,000 voters will go to wepolls in the primary. National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, Myer Dorfman, of St. Paul, Minn., is presiding at sessions of the organization's 54th national encampment which opened on Miiami Beach Wednesday and will continue until Sunday. Dorfman, who arrived here Saturday, was greeted at the air terminal by Hylan H. Kout, president of the convention corporation, and Obbie Rosenthai, commander of Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174. Miami Beach held Thursday, October 20, at 7 p.m. Led by the Air Force band from MacDill Field, Tampa, the procession started at Lincoln Road and Meridian. The line of march was east on Lincoln Road to Washington Ave., thence south to 7th St. Also in the procession were musical and marching units from Dade and Broward Counties. Another major event was the Florida Day luncheon Thursday, October 20, at the Saxony Hotel. Rep. George Smathers was guest of honor. Memorial services for the war dead will be conducted Friday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center with Rabbis Colman A. Zwitman and Irving Lehrman officiating. The JWV auxiliary is meeting simultaneously at the St. Moritz Hotel. Elections are slated for Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Population Exchange Will Be Discussed TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Unofficial sources said this week that the three-member team of experts attached to the U.N. Economic Survey Group—which arrived here this week and was immediately received by David Horowitz, director-general of the Finance Ministry, for the first of a series of economic conversations affecting Israel—will discuss with Israel authorities an offer by the Iraqi government to exchange 100,000 Iraqi Jews for a similar number of Arab refugees. The experts team is headed by Dillion S. Myer, of the United States. Acocrding to unofficial quarters, the British member of the Economic Survey Group—Sir Desmond Morton — favors the principle of population exchange and may in the future use his influence to modify Iraq's present terms for such a population transfer. NEW DEADLiNE Effective immediately all news, information and photographs for publication in The Jewish Floridian must be in our office not later than Tuesday noon of each week. '*WWWW^*A ( *^**WWW r*W^**WWW^ JWB Director Will Assist With Survey Elias Picheny, assistant director of program service of the Jewish Welfare Board, will arrive in Miami Wednesday, October 26, to spend several weeks to assist with the survey now being conducted by the committee on recreational services of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. This committee, which is headed by Carl Weinkle, is in the process of surveying recreation and leisure time needs and facilities in the Greater Miami area, and working out a program to meet these needs. It is a subcommittee of the Community Planning Committee, of which Stanley C. Myers is chairman. The committee has been engaged in the preliminary aspects of the survey during the past several weeks, according to Max C. Gettinger, committee secretary. Members include representatives from Federation, the Miami Beach YM-WHA, Miami Jewish Community Center, the synagogues and all other organizations engaged in recreation work for youth and adults. Picheny will make his headquarters at the Federation office, 420 Lincoln Road, and will utilize the staff, services and facilities in directing the survey. Dan B. Ruskin Heads 1950 Jewish Appeal Appointment of Dan B. Ruskin as chairman of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal was announced this weekend by William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation which will conduct the campaign. Ruskin, who recently returned from a tenweeks tour of Israel and Europe, interviewed Israel government officials and inspected reception centers where thousands of immigrants are being quartered pending construction of adequate housing facilities. "I was impressed by the stupendous accomplishments of the Israel regime and by the spirit and determination of the new arrivals to make a go of their lives in a new homeland after a decade spent in Nazi concentration camps and displaced persons camps," Ruskin stated in accepting leadership of the campaign. "I feel it is the duty of AmeriRuskin France Intervenes PARIS, (JTA) — The French Foreign Office has approached the International Court of Justice in behalf of foreign nationals— chiefly Zionists—now interned in Egypt, it was reported here this week. Conciliation Unit To Meet In X. Y. LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The U.N. Conciliation Commission for Palestine will reconvene in New York this week in the first session of this body in the United States, it was announced. The three-nation commission consisting of the United States. France and Turkey, will meet on the eve of the full-dress debate of the Palestine issue by the 59nation Political Committee of the General Assembly. can Jews to do everything in their power to enable the Israel government to absorb the thousands who are daily entering their shores," he continued. Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin will be honored at a reception to be given by the Keymen's Club of Federation Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach. Invitations to this affair have been issued to all heads of all Jewish organizations in the area, members of the board of governors of Federation and all workers in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. Allacks On .lews Reported In Iraq LONDON, (JTA)—The Israel legation here issued a statement this week declaring that the "government of Israel has received grave and disquieting reports of a new wave of persecution against Jews in Iraq." The statement says that the reports tell of "numerous arrests and torture of those who were detained for the purpose of eliciting names of other Jews who may have assisted in the escape of a few persons who succeded in leaving Iraq and reaching Israel." The departure of these Jews, the legation statement adds, "was motivated by their desire to take part in the upbuilding of Israel as well as by the terrifying feeling of insecurity under which Jews live and have been living in Iraq during the past few years." The statement added: "The situation is regarded as ol the utmost gravity and great anxiety is felt for the helpless minority" of Jews in Iraq, week. Although no reason for the UJA FIGHTING ISRAELS HOUSING BATTLE WITH GIANT HOME BUILDING CEMENT GUN Rapid fire solution to Israel's critical housing shortage for new immigrants can become a fact provided American Jewry rallies to the United Jewish Appeal with immediate cash funds to speed the resettlement program through upbuilding and development of the Jewish State. The giant-siied housing "gun" shown above is indicative of what is being done to provide homes for the 82,000 immigrants now living in tents and barracks. The gun is actually a cement pourer which fills a huge mould to fashion a three-room home. A cement "gun" can produce eight homes a day. I



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KAtifc' TWO +Jeistrk)rknan_ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, ig? I'll Say... Last March, a columnist in Hearst's King Features reported that Sholem Asch had become a convert to Catholicism. Mr. Asch was distressed by this statement. His denial to the press was couched in this release: "I have never considered deserting the faith of mv fathers and I never intend to do so. My books have" made enemies for me in some quarters, but I have shown how deeply rooted Christianity 11 in Jewish history and Jewish religion. And my intention I has been to demonstrate the inter-dependence of the two faiths in the hope that mutual understanding i may lead to a better world." \ Mary About two weeks ago. Mr. Asch's new book .Van/ | left the Putnam press. Its success promises to be phenomenal. Publishers estimate the sale of oOO.OOO copies. His Jewish friends, however, would rather he had never written Mary, nor for that matter The Nazarene. nor The Apostle. The latest novel in particular thev find painful reading. Just what purpose, thev ask. is served by this trilogy on Christologv. Catholics regard it as the intrusion of an outsider. After all. these volumes deal with the most sacred mystery of the Church. Protestants are inclined somewhat more favorably. Yet the words of Mirgerv Stoneman Douglas are not without a cerJ tain significance. "This novel." she says, "will not please the organized religions. Jewish or Christian, because it will be too Jewish for one and too mystically Christian for the other." Religious Hatred Ordinarilv. Jews would take pride in the literary i achievements of their folk. But in this instance, they ask plaintively why couldn't Mr. Asch devote his 1 great talents to other phases of the long and eventful Jewish story" Thomas Mann labored years on his four massive volumes about Joseph in Egypt. This plaint is a sad commentary on Christian conduct. For a thousand years Jews were in mortal danger on Christmas and" Easter. On these holidays, the churches would proclaim: "Peace on earth, good will towards men." But Jews had to crouch behind locked doors in fear and trembling of attacks by mobs Sholem Asch And His Latest Book By HARRY SIMONHOFF ^^e, led by monks holding aloft their crucifixes. The Crvcij rioti ,u, cvnr-ntuGo'Dcls brings unhappy atonement for mans original "> %  %  rruci f V ing the s toss to the plan of salvation. His Peculiar Role N Christians have never forgiven Jews for their tJsal to accept the doctrines of he Ad to complicate matters. Jews; were the •, :he Entombment, the Resurn We question his wisdom in penetrating the : Christian mysteries. And to View of M treating the story along the traditional stian orthodoxy, people are speculating is to his actual beliefs. Does the outstanding author 5 h accept literally the Gospel story in all its religious connotations" Or has he merely composed a work of imagination based on the New Testament as conceived, understood and believed by the n fundamentalist. His Jewish Loyalties In view of Mr. Asch's strong denial of any intent at conversion, we can only accept his statement on its face value. He lives in our community on friendlv terms with many of us. We know his deep interest in things Jewish. His concern with events in the Republic of Israel comes out in every conversation He laments the fate of the 6,000.000 cremated martyrs at every visit. During Jewish Book Month of last vear, he permitted us to display in public his priceless old books and rare medieval utensils. He addresses Jewish meetings whenever invited, and is always ready to assist any organization that concerns itself with Hebrew and Yiddish literature. His Real Contribution The new book will, no doubt, fan the passions smoldering in the hearts of many devout Jews. Our own community, I am glad to say, has always maintained a friendly respect to the author of Kiddusfi Hashem, Three Cities. The Tillim Yid (badlv translated under the title Salvation), and his 30 other volumes that have enriched Yiddish literature. Voicing the sentiments of his friends in Metropolitan Miami, I can safely say they deplore his excursion into Christian pastures. We believe that Mr, Asch's real contribution to literature lies in his matchless delineations of the Jewish gasse he knows so intimately. His earlier books will stand out a noble monument to the Jewish life in Europe th.it was destroyed when his latest best-seller will be forgotten. Tolerance Mary may influence the feeble-minded, the lovestruck contemplating marriage out of the faith, or climbers with one foot across the Church threshold. Nevertheless, we must not lose our sense of proportion. The day for excommunicating is fortunately past. Let us act with a dignity becoming an ancient people. With Medinas Israel elevating our moral and spiritual status, we can afford to be indulgent to a wayward genius in his aberrations. Let us accord the tolerance that we ask of the world to an artist who demands free expression on a subject we do not approve. Registration Of Mt. Sinai Hospital Volunteers Slated For Next Week Volunteers for the position of nurses aide or hospital aide at Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will be registerd at the hospital from Monday October 24. through Wednesday, October 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Both experienced aides and women who will take a training course for the work are needed, according to an announcement by Mrs. Aaron Rede:, nurses aide committee chairman for the Hospital's Women's Auxiliary. Evening registration for women unable to come during the day will be held at the hospital on Monday, from 7 to 9 p.m. Members of the nurses aide committee will give information or appointments to women unable to register at the times specified. The committee include the Mesdames Reuben Rochkind. Joseph M. Lipton. Gus Feuer and L. G. Sale. Intended to assist nurses with the.r routine work so that they can have more time for the duties in which they are specially qualified, the two volunteer corps servi slightly different functions. Nurses aides relieve the nurses of all duties except the giving of medication and treatment. Hospital aides do not work directly with patients, but assist with the administrative and housekeeping duties of nurses. Uniforms will differ slightly too. Nurses aides will wear the traditional pinafore, according to present plans, and will be the only volunteer service to wear nurses caps. Hospital aides will wear the official auxiliary uniform. Pink is the predominating color in both styles. A refresher course under the direction of members of the hospital's supervisory nursing staff will be given before the hospital opens to the experienced aides who volunteer for service. The supervising nurses will also conduct classes as so,in as the hospital can accommodate them for the volunteers who are beginners at the work. Ift


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Jacobson Appointed Miami Beach Jewish Charles R. Jacobson has been appointed to the post of executive director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, it has been announced here by Harry Sirkin, president. Ailing as administrative assistant to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, Jacobson will coordinate the many activities offered to the (•(immunity through the center such as the Men's Club, the sisterExecutive Director Community Center hood, the Hebrew school, the Sunday school, adult education and the many youth training programs and social activities. Announcement of Jacobson's appointment coincides with the removal of the center's executive offices from their old location at 14th St. and Euclid Ave. to its present air-conditioned quarters at 17th St. and Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Jacobson is a graduate of the University of Illinois, where he majored in journalism. He has completed graduate studies for a master's degree in social service administration at Northwestern University. For eight years he served as a professional social service worker with Jewish case work agencies in Chicago, specializing in group work and in the development of youth training programs. He conducted a sevenmonth survey of juvenile delinquents in the U. S. Probation and Parole Offices, northern district Chicago, and he is the author of several articles on employee relations which have appeared in the magazine, Manpower Review. He served in the capacity of investigator and negotiator with the War Production Board and the U. S. Department of Labor in Chicago and was the employee relations counselor with the Miami Army Air Field serving 1,500 civilian employees in the closing years of the war. He has been most recently affiliated with the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami as its executive director. Spaet Names Drive Aides Judge Harold B. Spaet, chairman of the Jewish Home for the Aged $300,000 fund-raising drive now being conducted, announced the appointment of 26 community leaders to serve as cohosts at the home's sixth anniversary dinner to be held on November 6. Gov. and Mrs. Fuller Warren, Mayor and Mrs. Robert L. Floyd of Miami, Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk of Miami Beach and Mayor and Mrs. Keith Phillips of Coral Gables have been invited to the affair. Those appointed were Jacob Sher, Max Orovitz, S. C. Myers, Carl Weinkle, S. B. Miller, Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Dr. I. L. Fishbein, Benjamin Slote, Herbert E. Scher, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Nat Teller, Leo Chaikin, Harry Levine, Jacob Chaves, Joseph M. Rose, Gus Trau, Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Irving Frankel, Joseph Gardner and Sidney Bernbaum. The co-hosts have pledged themselves to bringing all of their friends to the dinner. In the enviable center position is the "Ideal Man" who will be chosen at the dance sponsored by Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women on Sunday. October 23. at 8:30 p.m. at the Martinique Hotel, Miami Beach. Surrounding the lucky man are (upper, 1. to r.) Ruth Kalin and Arlene Sissleman; (lower, L to r.) Norma Thalblum and Barbara Devore. JAMES A. DUNN Candidate for Election to the MIAMI CITY COMMISSION "Qualified by Experience" A Lawyer, a Former Municipal Judge and Served at City Commissioner for Seven and One-half Yean Primary. November 15, 1949 General Election. NOT. 22, 1949 (Tald Pol. Adv.r Rabbinical Announcement Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, executive member of the Rabbinical Council of America, makes the following announcement in regard to the celebration of Halloween: "Halloween is a pagan festival commonly celebrated on October 31 with parties and masquerades. "The breakdown in Jewish life has made it possible for these pagan observances to make inroads into the Jewish community and its constituent groups. "We urge that no Jewish group or organization in our community plan affairs in celebration of Halloween. Where arrangements have already been made for an affair on the evening of October 30, every effort should be made to publicize it as something other than a Halloween festival, and that the decorations be other than the black and orange colors, the cats, skeletons, pumpkins, etc., associated with Halloween." High Court Accepts Herbert S. Shapiro Herbert S. Shapiro, assistant solicitor of Dade County, was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court Monday in Washington. He was sponsored by Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman. Shapiro lives at 801 40th St. MR. ED SINGER Tropical Units Plan Affair Third annual Halloween Whirl sponsored by Tropical Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith will be held Sunday evening, October 30, at the Hyde Park Hotel, 41st St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Chairman of the affair, Sam Kessler, stated that the hosts of the evening will be presidents of the two B'nai B'rith groups Mrs. Irving Cypen and A. Budd Cutler. Other committee chairmen in charge of arrangements will include: ticket committee chairman, Irving Katz and Mrs. Mell Benner; publicity and public reations chairman, Al Budner and Mrs. Irving Laibson; display committee chairmen, Erwin Berman and Miss Maxine Alexander; entertainment committee chairmen, Miss Pauline Rosen and Ernest Harris, and decorations committee chairman, Marvin Metz. New Group Meets The newly organized North Side Jewish Community Center held its first meeting at the American Legion Hall, 6600 Biscayne Blvd., on Thursday, October 20, at 8:15 p.m. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Jewish Community Center, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, spoke to the gathering. SPANISH OR FRENCH Private instruction given by veteran with M.A. degree from Columbia University in the Teaching of Languages. PHONE 5-7243 "A GOOD NAME Is more to bo treasured than riches." y Proverbs Mr. Ed Singer, genial hotel owner and father of the fabulous new construction on 41st St., Miami Beach, says: "FARR rates high with me. They're fair—friendly— fast! Just the kind of service I like when I travel." FARR -Your Travel Agent" SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. 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Hot Springs Girl Is Betrothed To Stanley Brown line I Hot S] Stanley I vt I thii en bj Mr. I the: Mrs David -. 5 sister. Tues t the Sa: The 1 %  %  t is the daughu a Loci te D; 3 A. Loci %  : f Hoi • %  nsin and the Uni%  1 .Angeles. She is ti vi thea • Hoi Springs • %  the s : Browns, a :t( I • : Mian H< • •• %  • .: D\ ng thi IT iIs at ( • as office! Miss Goodman Named Convention Delegate I I dassal has elect* Miss 1 .... ". %  %  • ershi] : grou] rgamzatioi %  • Israel, anc all mi %  .' % urdines >lun*in£er <-iKl-i%< k ath< k r BED JACKETS SO 98 3 Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Ham1. Mac.d of 1055 Alton Road_ Miami Beach, have returned from an extended tour oi the Pacifac coast British Columbia and Mexico. Dunna the tn F they spent some toe with their children and grandchildren in Nashvule. Tenn., and Atlanta Gc. Miss Lillian Goodman oi 7127 Bay Dr.. Miami Beach, is leavma this weekend as a delegate tc the Haaassar. convention in Sdn Francisco. Enroute she will stop for several weeks in St. Louis, to visit with her sister-in-law and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Goodman, and to see her many home-town friends After the convention, she will go to Los Angeles tc visit with her niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Goodman. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Gertier 930 NX. 92nd St. Miami Shores have returned home after spending two months with their son Joseph M. Gertier his wire Ethel and their two chi dren Susan Jane. 11, and Johnnie Maurice 10 at their home m Upper Montciair, N. J. 1 D. Horowitz recently underwent surgeryat Alton Road Hospital and is now recuperating Oi his home. 950 Mendian Ave. Miami Beach. •* Paul Raft has returned to Miami after spending the summer with his family in Lona Beach N. Y. -* Among those attendina the Univers/v o: Florida Homecoming this weekend are Marwir. Cassel. Jerry Linet ana Donald A. Kaplan. Of interest to friends in this area is the recent marriage of Ted Benjamin of Jacksonville to Edith Lipner in Switzerland. The couple is honeymooning in Switzerland before returning to America. Ted is the son of the Roy Benjamins, pioneer residents of Jacksonville. &f Miss Ann Ruth Levin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin Micrr.i Beach, is attending Duke University. Her brother, Jules who set a record at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. is now takmc graduate work in physics at Cornell University on a scholarship. Both are graduates of Miami Beach High SchooL %  Mr. end Mrs. I. L. Kussner 809 Seville Ave.. Coral Gables, were hosts at a party on October 13 in honor of the sixteenth birthday of their son, Conrad Leon. + Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb and family have moved from I the North to make their permanent residence at 115 Ventian Way, Di Lido Island. Miami Beach. Mr. Loeb, former art director [ of Paramount Cartoon Shorts, is still associated with Paramount and travels to New York every two months to take care of his assignments. The illustrator of several popular books, Mr. Loeb will leave Saturday for New York, where he will confer with Grcsset and Dunlap on illustrating several forthcoming books. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Luria of 188 South Island, Golden Beach, celebrcted their 28th wedding anniversary with a buffet supper last week at their home. Thirteen guests including the hosts helped the Lurias celebrate. Mr. Luria is head of L. Luria and Son, silver house of Miami. + •* Mr and Mrs. Harry Metz cf West Palm Beach have left for New York to attend the wedding of a relative. Aaror. 3ergman of West Palm Beach is recuperating after cm extended illness. -* The L. Trachtenbergs have returned to their home in West Palm Beach after spending the summer in the mountains of New York. + Miss Sadie Vershleiser. Horton Inn Paim Beach, has returned after summering in her home in Hollywood, Cal. + Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman recently returned from a trip North. A room in a new building project being constructed by the Moatxat Hapoalot in the Negev will bear the name of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mintxes, pictured here. Five hundred dollars was contributed by the Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach for the building of the room. Upon receiving the honor. Mrs. Minttes pledged herself to raising the amount necessary for the completion of the structure. Mrs. Mintxes. who raised $5,000 annually during her five years as JNF chairman, is now serving her second year as chairman of the Moatxat Hapoalot. She is also vice chairman of the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami, a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a member of the American Jewish Congress and Beth Jacob Congregation. Following a honeymoon at the Saxony HoteL Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Scher are residing at 3920 Garden Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Scher is the former Alice RosenxhaL daughter of the Harry Rosen thals of Miami Beach. The ceremony tok place September 22. Rita Rothblatt To Wed Jerry Seftel] Mr. and Mrs. L. R thl latt, 1601 N.W. 18th St.. announ the approaching marriage '. their daughter. Rita, to Jerry Seftell. son of Mr. and Mrs M Seftell. 1931 S.W. 22nd Ave.. at the Miami Hebrew Scher! and Congregation on Sunday p.m. Rabbi Simon April will .^d the service. The bride-elect attended schools in Chicago and was nber of Masada and Junior Hi ssah. Mr. Seftell gradu.: -Miami Beach High Sch< 1 and attended the University .' Florida. He was affiliated with AZA and Hillel. In its 33 centuries, the city of Jerusalem has endured more than 20 sieges and blockades. NOW OPEN ARNOLD'S BAKERY Superior Bakery ProducU Fresh Fruit Pies, Frui: Coffee Cakes. Tea Cakes, Party Novelties Genuine Old Fashioned Rye, Corn Pompenickle (Sliced or Unsliced—Frenchwhite Whole Wheat Breads) Hard Rolls. Dinner Rolls. Bagels "Remerr.ber the address*' 1757 Coral Way .. Ph Kitten-soil rayon and cotton bed lockets for cool mornings and evenings ahead. Pretty yoke style with rayon satin accents. Tubbable. Blue pink, yellow. Small, medium, large sizes in the group. Bu-dtne*. Miami. Robe* Thi-d Ploor Now Accepting Reserve! in§ THE LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH "ff: FOOD Spacious Grounds For Relaxing in the Sun RATES UPON REQUEST 827 Lenox Ave. Miami Beach Phone S-M4S E. Albert Pallot. exalted ruler of the Miami Elks Lodge goes over plans of the 1950 n a ti o n a l convention to be held here next July with Miami Lodge secretary R. E. "Pappy" Norcross. National officers of the organization are in Miami to make arrangements for the meet.



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Tainara Chapter To Hold Party A membership party will be held by Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women Wednesday, October •>6 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach, according to a n announcement by Mrs. Charles Turk, president. Participants in the program will be Elizabeth Fishbein, concert pianist, and Judy Searles, coloratura soprano. Mrs. Fishbein. wife of Dr. I. Leo Fishbein, is a praduate of the music department of New York University. She has studied with Harold Bauer and Alfred Cortot. Miss Searles. who has just completed a tour of South America, has appeared on radio programs with Paul Whiteman and Arthur Godfrey and has been featured in several motion pictures. Committee in charge of the affair includes Miss Lilian Bogdan and the Mesdames A. Lewis Mechlowitz, Israel Slotsky, Sidney Margulies, Dolly Rosenberg, Gold a Feinberg and Max Sternstein. Mrs. Jack H. Kane is program chairman. Mrs. Albert Rosen and Mrs. Louis Makovsky are membership chairmen. Lynn Lubin Wed In Montreal Rites Miss Lynn Lubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer H. Lubin, Miami Beach, became the bride of Alan B. Gold on August 14 in the family chapel at the summer home in Val David of the bridegroom"* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold, Montreal, Canada. The bride attended the Uni; % %  of Florida and will complete her studies for her master's degree at McGill University in Montreal. Mr Gold, who served as a captain in the Royal Canadian Artillery during the war, is a graduate of Queens University and received his law degree from the University of Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Lubin and son, Leonard. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Joe Pcaiiman, Key West, aunt of the bride, attended the wedding. Masada Dance The first annual Harvest Dance to be given by the Miami Chapter of Masada will be held at the Caribbean Hotel's Starlight Patio Saturday at 9 p.m. Music will be furnished by Caney and His Band: admission ninety eight rents. inuij nuiij TT Mrs. Alper To Sponsor Party For Beach BB Mrs. Dave Alper will sponsor a card party and barbecue for the benefit of the B'nai B'rith of Miami Beach on Wednesday, October 26, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rimer, 6320 Allison Island, Miami Beach. Members and friends are invited to be present. Raff-Keller Nuptials Mrs. Minnie Keller, formerly of Birmingham, will be married to Paul Raff at Congregation Beth El Sunday, October 23, at 7 p.m. Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate. A party for intimate friends and relatives in Dora August Memorial Hall will follow the ceremony. Pictured here are members of the committee which did the spade work for the dance sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress on Wednesday night at the Versailles Hotel. In the photo are (seated, L to r.) Mrs. A. Lesser, dance chairman; Jean Carlton, mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. J. Kimball, publicity; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. M. Blane. co-chairman; Jack Carlton, master of ceremonies; Mrs. William Loeb, president 9xiad YUJUM,! THE WASHINGTON FOOD CENTER 1051 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH That Their STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY DEPT. Is Again Under The Management Of SAM DEUTCH Who Served This Community For Years Specializing in THE BEST WESTERN Kosher Meats and Poultry COME IN AND BE CONVINCED FREE DELIVERY — CALL 5-6821 J. Frederick Malakoff To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Malakoff, 735 84th St., Miami Beach, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, J. Frederick, which will be held Saturday, October 22, at 10:45 a.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at the Nautilus School. Kiddush will follow the ceremonies. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. Malvina V. Freeman, national convention chairlady of the Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary, center, is greeted as she arrived by Eastern Air Lines from Atlanta by Mrs. Mae W. Weiner, left, national president of the auxiliary and Mrs. Bessie Kromberg, r >9hl, chairman of distinguished guests committee. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA W:*x*.v.. ; ::WyX-:*: mmmm,. Wk NATHAN SHANDLOFF MEMORIAL SUNDAY, OCT.-23, 1949—8:00 P.M. AT ELEMENTARY PUBLIC SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 1420 Washington Ave., Miami Beach G. SANDLER executive Secretary of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order GUEST SPEAKER The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus—Ben Yomen conducting will present an appropriate program AUSPICES: JEWISH CULTURAL CLUB The Only Community-Wide Hash ruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ADVISES YOU TO BEGIN THE NEW YEAR K1UHT! L Obtain your kosher meat and poultry ONLY from stores where the S 'IW of the Q.M.V.H. is displayed; 2. Obtain your poultry ONLY from a ve poultry market where the shochet affixes the plumbs, of the G-M.V.H. to the fowl. These are the only places supervised and endorsed by the G.M.V.H. as KOSHER. Other information in the field of Kaahruth in this area may be obtained by calllnc our Director. Rabhl Jo eph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue. Mi :: ach, Phono -.-' The GREATER MIAMI VAAO HAKASHRi), H H *RRY SIRKIN, Pres H. SOOTIN, See. M BEAR, Vice Pres. S LOBEL. Treas. This Can Be Yours Two-Bedroom Duplex—South West Section. Out of this World! Completely Furnished. Spacious Grounds. Near Synagogue. Priced Right for Quick Sale. Call Sid Stepkin Ray Zeigler BROKER 1208 N. W. 2nd Street Phone 3-3713 QUIGG GETS THINGS DONE! -HOLDS COSTS DOWN! / %  ** • .,, RE-ELECT H. LESLIE QUIGG MIAMI CITY COMMISSION >:*> (Paid Pol. Adv.) Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasberg fllemo\Cal Ghafut 19th and Alton Road Miami Beach Ambulance Service 5-5844 Miami Bea'-h and M--:.ni'r.nt-oi Jewish Funeral Home 1512 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa. A. L. Simpson Funl. Dir. %  i : ; •'



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PAGE TEN New Vets Benefits Law Effective Dec. 1 President Truman Monday signed Public Law 339 liberalizing compensation benefits for veterans, their dependents and beneficiaries. The compensation increase in basic rates becomes effective December 1. 1949. In addition, the new law will: 1. Provide additional compensation for veterans with dependents who are rated 50 percent or more disabled. Heretofore, only veterans with dependents who were rated 60 percent or more disabled were eligible to receive additional compensation. 2. Raise the rate on compensation for World War I veterans with "presumed" service-connected disabilities to the rate currently being paid to veterans whose disabilities are determined to be directly service-connected. 3. Establish new progressive compensation ratings for veterans with arrested cases of tuberculosis. It provides for 100 percent rating for the first two years following the date the disease was arrested. For four years after that, the rate is set at 50 percent. The law also fixes disability ratings for longer periods and requires a veteran to submit to examination and follow prescribed treatment Failure to do so may result in his rating being reduced from 100 percent to 50 percent for the two years following the arrest of the disease. 4. Increase the death compensation to wartime widows with one or more children. 5. Liberalize present rules barring payment of compensation for injury or disease incurred (not as a result of own wilful misconduct) while under military or civil confinement It holds such confinement to be "in line of duty" providing a court-martial sentence of dishonorable discharge is remitted, or in cases of civil confinement the offense does not involve a felony as defined in the jurisdiction where sentence is imposed. For all World War II veterans with service-connected disabilities and those World War I veterans whose disabilities have been determined by V-A be directly service connected, the 8.7 percent across-the-board increase will apply For example, a vetI ran who' is 10 percent disabled and coir.es under either of those two categ ries will receive an increase in his monthly compensation check from $13 80 to $15. Others in those categories whose disabilities range up to the 100 percent maximum will receive proportionate increases in their checks. Thus, such a 100 percent disabled veteran will get $150 instead of the $138 he now receives. Peacetime rates for service l.ahl's Zionists Launch Campaign For Members The Coral Gables Zionist District launched a membership drive at a recent meeting of the organization's board of directors held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk. Plans were mapped to reach all persons who are not affiliated with the Zionist Organization of America. Election of officers is scheduled for the next meeting of the district to be held Thursday. October 27 at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320 Palermo Ave. On the nominating committee are Morris Simon. Harold G. Shapiro. Meyer Fine. M. B. Barkin and Sam Rabenowich. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be guest speaker and Cantor Joseph Malek will present a program of songs. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. Gottlieb Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Gussie Gottlieb, formerly of 635 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Gottlieb is survived by one son. one daughter, four sisters and one brother. Relatives and friends are requested to be present. v .lmisiifhrkMari LEGAL NOTICE FRIDAY, OCTO BER 2i, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE ,8 NA H M E UB X T W OrVBN .ha. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of Photographic I .til al 1784 8.W. 5th Street Miami. Fla., Intendt to reglstei naid name with the Clerk of thi C i ult Court "f Dade Count> F HERB OELTNER Sole Owner i" :".%  .'> ll l-ll Kl, "'" 1: M.U-KY CORVINE. sole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 10/11-lI-X li i-n IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS ; THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN' PROBATE, No. 23088 In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH BRAUNSTBIN, To AUC?3d1t'ori and Ail hnw|Bjgr. in* Claims or Demand! Against said Estate: You. and each of you. are hercb> notified and required to present any claims and demand! which you, i either of you. may have against the eiute of SARAH BRAUNSTBIN, deceased, late of Miami. Dade Count>. Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Wanton County Judge of Dade County. : m file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said dalmi or demands to contain the legal addresi of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. gee Section ISO of the 1*M Probate C Date October 6, AD. 1919. MAURICE BRACNSTEIN. As Administrator of the Estate of SARAH BRAUNSTBIN, Deceased. MAX P.. SILVER Attorney for Administrator. 10 14-21-28 11 I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES ORDER FOR PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. No. FLORIDA, COUNTY. THEODOR ROSEBURY, Plaintiff, vs. LILY ROSEBURY. Defendant. TO: LILY ROSEBURY 173 West 78th Street YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Bin or Complaint for Divorce, filed against vou by THEODOR ROSEBURY. on or before 1 the 7th day of November 1949 otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by 5 Dated this 5th day of October, A.D. 1Q4B E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit CO B Urt % Sea., w STOCK1NQ Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 10/7-14-21-28 11/4 N T5S T CSDHT 0 Y SBS*" IN AMn en\> iVPOPSCOn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of i; EN ERA I. HARDWARE COMPANY at HI 1-1821 N.W Mth Street, Miami, la, Intent] to register said name with the CKrk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IRVING GREENBERG FANNIE IFAYE) TUPLER C1ERSHON 8 MILLER Attorney for General H irwai i Company 10 ;i-^> 11 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloui name of PINNY'S RESTAURANT at 1309 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ..„...,... RAYMOND SILVERMAN JULIO CASTRO PAUL SILVERMAN HAROLD SHAPIRO Attoi ney 10 14-?!-:!* 11 4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 127491. SARAH BROWNSTEIN, Plaintiff, vs. ISADORE BROWNSTEIN. DefendTHE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ISADORE BROWNSTEIN Care of Jewish Consumptive Relief Society Spivak, Colorado Y'ou are hereby required to file your appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint for Annulment in the abovestyled caused on or before the 31 day of October, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken a, enfessed by yi.u. DATED at Miami. Florida, this ^9 day of September, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M IN AND FOR f> inc.' "I L "''RT FLORIDA. IN pV.nn 82f**r 22656. !" 'KOBATE, $ In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS FREUND Deceased. To All Creditors and All n„. ,g Claims or De,na^^ You, and each of vou „. .. notified and required to" nr? he,rt J claims and demands £"} either of you. may >--esta of W. Dade uounty, am r l8 rS f I lce o ln ,he County CoS? In Dade County. Florida, wTthin ^ u ? calendar months front the dt ?'"' first publication SmTJgt ehS or demands to contain the iWTl 2" dress of the claimant and to '£*'"• to and presented as afortal^ same will be barred. See s7 11 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, : • ei.gagin business under the fictitious name of Ml LADY at 2193 N W 8th Street Intend to reglsti u d name with the connected disabled veterans arelClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 22842 In Re: ESTATE OF HARRY R. ROSEN. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, mav have against the estate of" HARRY R ROSEN, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date October 4th. A.D. 1949. HARRIET E. ROSEN. As Executrix of the I.ast Will and Testament of HARRY R. ROSEN. Deceased. FRANK E. SOIXVMON Attorney for HARRIET E. ROSEN. Executrix 10 7-14-21-2? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Roberta Barclay at 218 N. E. 1st Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Bertha Thoroughgood Snellenburg Sole Owner A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for applicant 1703 Congress Bldg. 10/7-14-21-2S ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT S'Tut 11th JUDICIAL L-IRUUITMHS FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORibA IN CHAN. "Kiev, N... Y'Tlv. *' LEONA KLINE, Plaintiff, u B0H ERT KLINE. Defendant TO! ROBERT KLINE (whose present address is:) !" 1 I.R.C.. Area 6. A. P. 0. i care of Postmaster New York, New York (Whose permanent residence li 3133 Brighton 7 Street, Brooklyn. New York. You are hereby required to file wo appearance to Pis • ff's Bill of <$£ plaint for Divorce in the above-nfld cause on or before the 31 dare October, 1949. otherwise, the attentions of said Bill will be taken u confessed by you. DATED at Miami Florida, tbk 1 day of Bepten K H I.KATHERMA.v. CIi %  : Circuit Coot (Circuit Court By M. C ;,... !(, ,. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami. Florida 9/30 10/7-11-21 fixed by law at 80 percent of wartime rates. Thus, they will be automatically increased by the new law also. Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry •.. About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details tor your Weddings, Bar Mitrvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties. Children Parties. Meetings. Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE SW573 JACK It JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. HI iy, Florida. W1LDA P SEGARS BARBARA H. HOLMAN Partners •1-JI :: I-11-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign" I -•••-_ j nder the flctltl is I Hotel a: *.".• X. E. Si Ulan I, Fla ntends 1 • _-•• %  • said with the Clerk of the i irt of Dad, • I Florida HARRY OOLD i -_• l] 4-ll-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln :..;s::'..-s under th. fi t:ti 13 name of Kenlen Hotel at 2162 N. W. 1st Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KALMAN M. ROCKER Sole Owner FREDERICK S. GROSSBERG Attorney for Applicant 704 Blscayne Bldg. 9/30 10 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I e:.uage In .-••-• • •': %  : %  .:..!•-..'. KATE .v MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPHERS at 104 :th Street. Ml .r.-.end to register eald I Dade Ci _• '.' %  1"" rids HARi'I.D PAUL KATE I 'AVID MOLDAN GERSHON S MILLER At: n -. f r KATE & MOLDAN, PH< 'TOGRAPHERS iM Lincoln Road I h, Fll r;da 10 i4-:i-: :: t NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT t'F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCC1T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, PI.''P.IDA — IN CHANCERY, No 127634 JORNA BIMBERG, Pla 1 tiff, -. 1 OTTO S1MBERG, Defendi I T< "TT" SIMB A Ho way Garage A : w.,y Si-w .'••-. v YOU ARE REyllP.ED t.> appear to the Bill "f Complaint for Divorce filed m this cause, 00 or before the : •'...> f Novel • •. %  .> %  the allegal u thereof win be taken n f ee ee d asalnsi B P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I CIi ill C • • Seal' By R H RICE JR. „ „ Deputy Clerk. iGE'.RCE J TALIANOFF I Att inter for I : 14-ri-M 1: i NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 1*7708. LENA GOLDKKAND. Plaintiff, vs. HARRY tlOl.DKRAND, Defendant. TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND, 7:i Tremont street. l u *Bt> in, Maaeschusetts Y'OU ARE REQUIRED to appear to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed in this cause, on or before the 14 day of November. ISMS'; otherwise the allegations thereof will be taken as confessed against you. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1 Circuit Court Seal) By R 11 RICE. JR.. Depute Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Bea;h, Fla 1" 14-21-28 11'4 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KI.t'RlDA. — IN CHANCERY. No 127635. SAMUEL WEISKR. Plaintiff, vs. IDA C. WEISER. Defendant TO: IDA C WEISER It! Ridge Street Tuckahoe. New York YOU APE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been Instituted against you, and you are hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before November "• 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 7 dav of October, 1949. I" B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By R H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 10 14-21-2 11 4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigeJ desiring I business under the fl tltloua name of RAH RAH EAT 8HOPPE at KM Ponce de Leon Boulevard, C rat Gables, Florida, Intends to register sad name with the C he Clr-j:t Court of Iade Countv, Florida. MAX R SILVER :or Applicant t-21-2* 11 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEP.EBY GIVEN till the undersigned, desiring to enjatts business under the fictitious nann* MILTON'S AUTO SERVICE t Mt N.E. Second Avenue. Miami, Poridi, Intend to register said name with ike Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dill County, Florida. MILTON LIBERT GEOR'JE LEVITT ARTHUR LEBOW MAX R SILVER Attorney for Applicants 9/23-30 10,7-11-21 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No 127397. HELMT KLEMCHUK, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN D. KLEMCHUK. Defendant. Y'ou. JOHN D. KLEMCHUK. 11217 South Kediie Avenue. Chicago, Illinois, are notified to file your appearance ln the above cause for divorce on the 31st day of October. A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 22nd day of September. A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. 'Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building 9 30 10/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undi ..-age In -s under the flctil 1T54 8 W Th;r. A •• .. Miami, intends t taid name with the Clerk of the ;ntv, Fl..rr u.ti. 5?a? TA LEE tB ** NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY Jl'00E"S C01HI IN AND FOR I'ADE COIWTT, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, 2S09S In Re: ESTATE OF SAMUEL J A IUST, someliiw known as SAM AUGUST, Drceuei To Ail Creditors an All PertoaiBt. ing Claims or Demands Ape* Bald Bstati You, and • notified and • !*•••" claims and demand) which W either of you. n .eaiut estate of SAMUEL J AlOUST, times known aSAM AUGlT, %  ceased, late %  : %  '•• : to the Hon. \V. F. Itlanton. CJW Judge of Dad. <'•::.ty, and same in his of:: e In the LOOT Courthouse ln I tf. "25 within eight ..... lar montlu • the date of the first ; uldication he* of. s!aid claims or demandy weessi the legal ad In Jj**." to be sworn to and 1'^'' !" J aforesaid. 01 eme will %  *;* See Section 120 of the IMS rW Act Date Ocl A-D '.'.':*. HILMA ROSE AIG !" As Admlnlstrai Ixef tt{ "J Of SAM' J AW|5 times km BAH s Deceased. MAX R. SILVER Attornev foi Ad IHSUU 10 / 14-2l'-2> 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW m NOTICE IS HEREB1 ''"J^ the undersigned %  ,;';:• .*S,j business under the f.u.t K -. ^ y Drake Wholesale Meats at .w^ S2nd Street In the City et-J Florida, intends •• reg> ^ f 4 ^' with the Clei k of the Circuit toDade County. Florida. IRVING KANEK LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF Attorney for API 927 Lincoln Road 9/23-30 10/7-14-.'ORDER OF PUBVRT &V IN THE CIRCUIT COIRT J f T g 11TH JUDICIAL RCU p iB t REB T £CA AARONSON.P.^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Capital Sewing Machine at 232 N W :'nd Ave Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HENRY RRAHIfcl JOSEPH C ROSUH Partners ioyit-ii-2 li/* tteiveae.-e • % %  ~;i. J „ Baltimore 1.-. >'' r >'"rf to fHtfj You are hereby ordered > 0 i appearance or answer to i ^ Complaint for^'f^RONSO^ you by REBEL--A AA% uM or before the -' : JfLJoM ""Zi 1949. otherwise thi>•£**** Bill will be taken as con ""DONE AND ORDERED thM" o, ^'-^ r E 1? |lXATHER^ (Circuit Court&V sjO


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FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1949 *Jewisfi Fhridliiaiin PAGE ELEVEN I l Beth David Sunday School Term Opens, Hebrew Classes Moved To New Building The Beth David Congregation announces that Sunday school classes will commence the new term this Sunday morning, October 23. at 10 a.m. at the new synagogue on 26th Road and cw 3rd Ave. Classes in the daily Hebrew school will be transferred from the old to the new building, beginning Monday, October 24 The Beth David Sunday school offers an integrated 11-year program of study. From the kindergarten to confirmation class the religious school aims to build strong loyalties to the synagogue and Jewish observances. The children of the religious school receive not only formal instruction in religion, history and ethics, but also training in habits of worship through fixed periods of prayer on the Sabbath in the synagogue. Registration for new pupils willvfr cease on November 14. Further information may be obtained by calling Jerome B. Gordon at 9-3469. There is no tuition fee either in the daily school or Sunday school for children of members. Drama To Be Aired Saturday At 5 P.M. A self-confident American farmer brings together travelers from a dozen different countries and unites them in brotherhood aboard a ship to South America, in "Bonus Notches, Pal," to be heard Saturday, October 22. at 5 p.m. over station WVCG, Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteen-minute live panel discussion to follow immediately will be William L. Pallot. attorney and civic leader, who will serve as moderator; Professor William G. Cornelius, department of government, University of Miami; Harry Zuckernick, Miami Beach attorney; and Charles R. Jacobson, chairman of the United Nations Art Exhibit. Starring in "Bonus Notches, Pal," the latest episode in the series. "Stories To Remember." is Betty Garde, noted radio nptrpeg The radio dramatization was adapted from a story by Dorothy Walworth which appeared in the Reader's Digest, and was produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. I < llll Unit Plans Halloween Fete FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Men, will sponsor a Halloween masquerade party and dance Saturday, October 2, 8:30 p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 17th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes and proceeds will be used to promote the chairtable programs of the young men's group. Co-chairmen of the affair are Irwin Teich and Harry Schneider. Walter Traurig is in charge of the publicity. Tickets Need Help In a Hurry?—Call M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE whit, and Colored Holp Phon -BSI7 <— t-rm 51 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner (tables Women To Meet Monday The Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will meetMonday, October 24, at 8 p.m. at the center, 320 Palermo Ave. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will speak on "United Nations and Interfaith." A plavlet, "Peace, Fellowship and Religious Commonquest," will be presented with the following participating: the Mesdames Edgar Miller, Herman Rubin, Jack Edwards, Robert Schwartz, Mike Baskin, Maurice Finkelhor. William Glick, Lee Elman, Sam Goodman, Peter Glazer, Alvin Corenblum. A film, "Picture in Your Mind," will also be shown. At the last meeting of the board of directors of the organization Mrs. William Glick and Mrs. Jules Freedman were elected to fill vacancies on the board. The sisterhood is making plans for barbecue supper and movie to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Diamond, 1109 Malaga Ave., Coral Gables, on Saturday. November 5, at 7 p.m. In charge of arrangements for the affair are Mrs. Joseph Koven, Mrs. Albert Crames and Mrs. Ted Wayne, who are taking reservations. Assisting them are the Mesdames Lee Tanner, Maurice Corenblum, Sidney Richman, Nat Winokur, Louis Perkel, Sam Schulfand, Norman Krolick and Miss Polly Bein. South Beach Elementary Mothers Hold Meeting South Beach Elementary School PTA invited mothers of kindergarten children to attend a breakfast at the school cafeteria on Thursday, October 20. at 9:30 a.m. Purpose of this breakfast was to discuss problems pertinent to this grade level. Leading the discussion was Miss Malvine Weiss, principal, and the two kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Walter Lake and Miss Jeanne Greathead. Acting as hostesses were Mrs. George Sugarman, PTA president, Mrs. Harry Feldman, Mrs. Harry Waldman, room mother chairmen, and Mrs. Lester Prober, refreshments. Barbara Chak TVS President Barbara Chak was elected president of the TYS girl's club, one of the teen-age groups of the Miami Jewish Community Center, at a meeting last .Thursday night. Other new officers are Myrna Sandier, vice president; Eileen Schumer, recording secretary; Barbara Schecter, treasurer; Sandy Friedman, treasurer; Adrienne Bobrow, sergeant-at-arms. Estelle Fleischman, the past president, was unanimously elected junior advisor. The group, which is made up of high school girls, meets every Thursday night, at the center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. at 8 p.m. S.W. Civic League Is Organized An organization meeting of the Southwest Civic League was held recently at 2239 Coral Way. Rabbi Murray Grauer of Congregation Beth El offered the invocation and Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney, outlined the purpose and aims of the league. He stated the league was non-political and was being formed solely to promote civic betterment in the Southwest section of Miami in conjunction with the improvement program of the entire city. Temporary officers elected were Max Friedson, president; A. Price, treasurer; Herman Breton and Mrs. Lewis, secretaries. A committee headed by Lyons was appointed to draft a charter. Serving with him are Leo Landis, Mrs. Jack Price, Mrs. Sam Tendrich, Mrs. Sydney Stepkin and Jack Schieff. Meetings will be held each Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. at 2239 Coral Way, and all residents of the Southwest section are invited to attend. Board Meeting Slated Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah held a board meeting Thursday, October 20, at 8 p.m. at Miss Phyllis Wilpon's house, 711 14th St., Miami Beach. Next general meeting of Junior Hadassah will be a desert and coffee affair, on Thursday, October 27, at 8 p.m. at a place to be designated. High School For Jewish Studies Organized Here A High School for Jewish Studies is being organized by the Bureau of Jewish Education. The curriculum will include conversational Hebrew, a weekly discussion of modefn Jewish problems, Jewish history, the Bible and Jewish laws and customs. The high school, which will be housed in the Miami Jewish Cornare SI per couple and are available from any member or at the door. Make Your Own Punch FOR WEDDINGS, SOCIALS, PARTIES. ETC., WITH SIM III SEA A Concentrated Mixed Fruit Syrup Each gallon makes 5 Jl Qh gallons of Punch! Just %  •"" add water and serve. m Gal. TIC I -I It I I I CO. 135 N. W. 36th St.—Ph. 78-3444 GRADE PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI Yiddish Classical Hour WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature "JEWISH HUMOR" M. Nasalir. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1949 fJenistiFhridlforj Elliot Field To ifC Gator Growl When Elliot Field of Miami Beach steps into the spotlight to emcee the "Gator Growl," mammoth Homecoming pep rally, at the University of Florida on Friday night, he will be performing Elliot Field a chore which was undertaken for many years by the amiable, white-shocked Gov. Fuller WarIren. Elliot, whose infectious smile and deep mellow voice are as well known to undergraduates as their textbooks, graduated from the university in February. While a student there, he won national I acclaim for his dramatic interjpretation, masterminded varsity land fraternity theatricals, dabbled ] in politics, worked on all campus [publications and served as staff I announcer on WRUF, Mutual net[work station in Gainesville. "Insomnia Serenade," a onceIweekly midnight disc jockey show [which Elliot conducted, was at I the top of the Gainesville Hooper. [Highbrows, lowbrows, lovers and Igrinds all took time out to hear I Elliot pull his funnies and spin |his discs. A native of Boston, Elliot appeared on dramatic shows on Columbia Broadcasting system for Three years prior to coming to Florida. Since graduation, the young anouncer has been working on cal radio stations, using his ll-modulated pipes for everyhing from selling brassieres and mom salts to dedicating Eddie vnold records to Great Aunt and Cousin Mona. Re-elect PALMER your CITY COMMISSIONER • A GOOD Man w, "i a GOOD RECORD.' (Pnld Pol. Adv.) Erstling Enters Race For School Trustee Julius Erstling, Miami attorney, this week announced his candidacy for school trustee trom District 4 in the November 8 election. "Education is something I've been interested in since my undergraduate days," said Erstling I was planning to go into teaching—English literature—when I was at the University of Florida However, after his discharge from military service, Erstling entered the University of Miami Law School and set up practice in February, 1948. The young attorney, who came to Miami with his parents from Chicago in 1935, lives with his family at 211 7 S.W. 19th Terr. Sorority Alumnae Will Honor U-M Chapter Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association will honor the University of Miami Chapter and 17 new pledges at an annual founder s day luncheon on Saturday October 22, at Betty's Restaurant Mrs. Gwen Hendel, Mrs. Florence Lewis and Miss Clem Levy are in charge of the affair. The alumnae will present a skit. The group was founded October 24, 1909, at Barnard College in New York. University of Miami pledges are Margie Album, Ann Alpert, Joy Berick, Gay Engle, Minette Gordon, Lorraine Jacobskind, Rhena Jacobson, Jo Ann Kopman, Miriam Kevlyn, Joan Lefkowitz, Sue Manasse, Felicia Orovitz, Dorothy Oshlag, Mary Ellen Reinhard, Lois Syman, Jaqueline Taxman and Rita Wolf. PAGE THIRTEEN IWV Auxiliary Holds Monthly Games Parties The Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans Post No. 330 of Miami Beach sponsors monthly games parties for the veterans at nut General Hospital, according CO an announcement by Mrs Jenny Gerrig, auxiliary president. Hefreshments and entertainment are provided at each of these fetes. Mrs. Lillian Bookman of the auxiliary was instrumental in securing two radios which were recently donated to the hospital by the group. In addition the auxiliary contributed 50 bed lamps and fitted recreation rooms with eight pairs of drapes. Mrs. busan Kout was in charge of the latter project. The auxiliary also contributed funds for sending the child of a veteran to the Herald Lend A Hand Camp this summer. Last Sunday evening the auxiliary, together with the Miami and Norman Bruce Brown auxiliaries, participated in exercises at which the national auxiliary presented a radio phonograph to Pratt Hospital. serve ....buy :R0KE4CJf • Dr. Blumenthal To Speak Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, consulting psychologist in private practice in the city of Miami and recent professor of psychology at the University of Miami, will speak on broadcast of Tina Marshall's "Your Child and Mine" on radio station WTTT, on Saturday morning, October 22, at 10 a.m. Topic of discussion will be "The Help Psychologists Can Offer to Parents." The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. 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PAGE FOURTEEN > legist noridiar FRIDAY, OCTO BER 21. lladassah to Hold Membership Tea Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 421 S.W. 26th Road, will be hostess to new members of the Miami Group of Hadassah on Tuesday. October 25. at 1 p.m. This is the first in a series of membership teas to be held each month. Mrs. Morris Skop will speak on "The Jew in Art." and will exhibit her painting of Henrietta Szold. the founder of Hadassah. Also scheduled is an all-Chopin piano program by Katharine Bclknap. concert pianist. A prize will be presented to the "Woman of the Month." the member who has brought in the most paid up members this month, and each successive tea will honor a "Woman of the Month." All women interested in becoming new members are asked to call Mrs. David Hess at 9-5756. Allocations To National, Overseas Agencies Up From 4 To 75 Percent NFW YORK (JTA)-Central fund raisinq agencies of Amencan Sh Y co R nf m ( uni.ies increased .he, ?%££**£ and overseas agencies from four percen to 75 percent m the last twenty years, while the proportion to ^W*£* clined sharply during the same period from 8 according to a survey just completed by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds In actual 1948 dollar disburscU-F Students To Discuss Peekskill Affair Sunday "The Peekskill Riots and Their Effect on American Jewry" will be the topic for discussion Sunday afternoon at an informal round-table sponsored by the Inter-collegiate Zionist Federation of America at College Park. Gainesville. Art Reich, a resident of Peekskill. will give an eyewitness report on the riot, and a question and discussion period will follow. A weiner roast will follow the discussion. Last week a panel was held on the topic "Israel in International Affairs." Dr. John Reynolds of the political science department of the University of Florida, led the discussion on the topic. Dov Okounoff of Miami Beach was program chairman for the affairs and Stanley Hammerman of Jacksonville was in charge of singing and dancing. ments. the overseas agencies received more than 200 times the amount allocated to them in 1!>29. while local agencies received two and one-third times the amount allocated in 1929. the survey revealed. These changes are related to the formation of central communitv welfare funds during the 1930's.' and the growing overseas needs which began during those years. Analvzing the trends in volume 'of five'fields of local service, the C.J.F.W.F. survey also found that there have been continuing increases in volume of activity in the expanding fields of homes for the aged and Jewish general hospitals. Service declines were shown in family service and clinic care. The report also noted that, despite a decline in child care services, a "sizeable increase" of needs in this field is anticipated. The survey cites two factors in evaluating the twenty year changes in financing by welfare funds and federations: 1. By 1929. the organization of federations of local agencies raising funds for local needs was well established. In the period of the 1930's. the impetus towards unified and centralized fund raising World Traveler To Speak To Workmen's Circle Dr. B. Osherovich. world traveler and lecturer, will spend this Saturday evening in Miami Beach en route to Venezuela as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duntov of 2008 N. Alton Road. At the invitation of Workmen's Circle Branch 692. Dr. Osherovich has agreed to give a lecture at their Lyceum about his travels during the last two years in Australia. New Zealand. India. Iran. Israel. Egypt, as well as several European countries. The lecture will be in Yiddish. An observer of Jewish life and customs. Dr. Osherovich started his travels in 1912 and has since covered the entire globe. He has not been heard here for four years. All who are interested may come Saturday. October 22. at 3:30 p.m.. to 25 Washington Ave. There will be no admission charge. Beth II Ladles To Hold Fall llanee Members of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El are busy decorating the patio and the Dora August Memorial Auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. for their harvest dance scheduled for Sunday. October 23. at 8:30 p.m. Highlight of the evening's entertainment will be a comedy skit enacted by members of the congregation. Prizes will be awarded to winners of dance contests. Guests will be seated cabaret fashion, and food will be served by uypsy-costumed hostesses. Eugene Praeger and his gypsy band will furnish music for dancing. Contributions include dinner prepared by members of the sisterhood under the supervision of Chairmen Mrs. Max Rappaport and Mrs. Sadie Schlussler. Those planning to attend are requested to make reservations by calling the Beth El office at 9-3004. to include non-local agencies found exDression in the organization of welfare funds. Survey figures reflect only the support offered by central agencies to affiliated non-local needs, and exclude monies raised in communities during the early thirties by many unaffiliated national and overseas agencies. These gradually became the recipients of allocations from the central bodies as they changed from independent fund raising to affiliate with centralized fund drives. Thus, the statistics do not reflect the actual net rise in national agency income, but mirror in part the change from independent to central communal financing. 2. The increasing urgency for the relief, rescue and rehabilitation of Jews in Europe and Israel, which absorbed the largest proportion of additional amounts raised by welfare funds. "The cumulative pressures of 20 years of depression, war, and postwar changes, coupled with the rapidly changing Jewish situation in Europe and Israel, find federations and welfare funds increasingly concerning themselves with the combined problem of the degree to which local services must be adiusted to cope with current needs, and the financial implications of such an adjustment," the survey reported. Reporting on the growth of Jewish hospital services, the survey found that the total days' care given by the hospitals had risen by 46 percent during the 20-year period. It added that an "evident necessity" exists for expansion of hospital facilities. Combining figures for the 29 general hospitals throughout the nation, including those in New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, the report showed that in 1929 the total days' care was 1,981,584 Bv 1942. this figure had reached a peak of 2,897.175. Following a slight decline during the war years, the figure again approached the peak in 1948. •These figures, perhaps more than any other statistics, underscore the magnitude of the problem facing those charged with responsibility for the administration of Jewish hospitals." the report declared. "The evident necessity for expansion of existing plants poses in addition a problem for the welfare funds and federations, upon whose resources the hospitals have been making increasing demands." In the field of child-care agencies, the survey showed that although there was a national decline in the number of children under care in agencies from the peak year of 1937, the postwar figures show a decided increase. "The significance of these recent increases must not be underestimated," the report warns. "It is the ensuing years that the full impact of the increase of the birth rate will make itself felt; and the current increases in the number of children under the care of these agencies is only the beginning." Regarding family services agencies, the survey found that the volume of service from 19311948, "has fluctuated in accordance with the nation's economy and its social security set-up." Despite recent increases, it adri the volume has not reached' high point of 1933. NatSLn? the pattern saw a rise M lly 1931 and 1933, then IteadvT 1 cl.ne until 1939, followed L^" jump in 1940. The succeeding a cline has been arrested s t h e end of the war and the vim 6 has once again turn ed upwardP Life Insuranca Eiuw, NAT GANS Metropolitan Uf. |„. ft. 907 Blacayne Bldn. Ph. 3 4616 or 4-9SJ, Sea or phoaa ma fo P v>u LIFE INSURANCE N5o, Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. 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S A Y OCTOBER 21. 1949 t-Jewisli Florid fan PAGE FIFTEEN lii & V Women Will khow ADL Films 13 Boundary Lines" and'•Picture „ v 0 ur Mind," two ADL films, Cm be shown at the next meetI of the Business & ProfessionL Women of B'nai BTith Emm. Uazarus Chapter, at the Netherrand Hotel. 1330 Ocean Dr., Milami Beach, on Tuesday even.ng, loctober 25, at 8:30 p.m. I These films depict cooperation Lnong all groups towards buildIE good human relations.. I -Boundary Lines" and "Picture | in Your Mind," the latter a new IPlease, are among the films and Iflm strips in the library of the %  forida"regional office of the Anti-Defamation League 330 icvbold Bldg.. for showing before all' groups and. organiations in Lrida upon request. Presentation will be followed hv a discussion of the films led fcv David H. Cohn, assistant director of the league's state office. Berman Unveiling The dedication of a monument In the memory of the late Ted Berman. formerly of 750 86th St., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemeterv. Mr. Berman was a tiember of the Miami Beach Civic League, the Masonic Order fcid the Knights of Pythias of New York. He is survived by his Lidow. two daughters and a son Relatives and friends are asked to Lttend. LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL HSH FORUM RADIO HOUR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FROM 8 TO 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M. OVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial Directed and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN Sandier To Speak At Shandloff Memorial G. Sandier, executive secretary of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, who recently returned from an extensive tour of Europe and Israel, has accepted the invitation of the Jewish Cultural Center Corporation to serve as guest speaker at the Nathan Shandloff Memorial Sunday, October 23, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School, 1420 Washington Ave. The memorial program, which is sponsored by the Jewish Cultural Center, will include selections by the Jewish Folk Chorus under the direction of Ben Yomen. Sandier will discuss the economic, social and cultural development of Jewish people in Europe and the State of Israel. 'Students Day' At I \ Art Exhibit Set For Saturday Dr. James T. Wilson, superintendent of schools for Dade County, has designated Saturday, October 22, as "Student's Day" at the United Nations International Art Exhibit at the Columbus Hotel in Miami. According to Charles R. Jacobson, general chairman of the art show, students will be admitted free of charge between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. in order to see, for the first time in Miami, some of the country's most valuable oil paintings by outstanding United Nations artists. "Students should be encouraged to attend this colorful project," Dr. Wilson stated in a memorandum to all of Dade County's school system. Purpose of the show being held here in observance of United Nations week is to stimulate interest on the part of Dade County youth and adults in the customs and traditions of our United Nations neighbors. The exhibition will be shown through Sunday, October 23, and is sponsored jointly by the University of Miami, the United Nations Cooperative Council of Dade County and the Conference of Jewish Women's Clubs. Children's Home Board Will Meet Tuesday Board meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held at the Royal Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach on Tuesday, October 25, at 11:30 a.m. Brunch will be served. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Sol Goldstrom, Rose Steinhauser, Martin Strelitz, Herbert Elisburg, Morris Union and Harry Zeilinger. LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Attention Storekeepers: LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St. Miami, have on hand a complete line of Kosher Zion Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal and prompt attention. Phone 82-*731 r.r.ti u IIIIII 100 Young Zionists Will Attend Meet Approximately 100 young Zionists in the state of Florida are expected to attend the third annual Florida young Zionist conclave which will take place in Tampa the weekend of October 22-23. Announcement of plans for the annual event were made by the Junior Hadassah and Masada chapters of Tampa who are cosponsoring the conclave. Miss Fannie Boker is president of the Junior Hadassah unit and Bill Schwartzman is head of the Masada group. General chairman is Mrs. Mimi Weiss who is assisted by Miss Rosalie Abramovitz of Tampa, regional president of Southern Junior Hadassah. William Jacob of Orlando, a vice president of the Southeastern Masada region, is also assisting with plans for the weekend. Features of the program will include a luncheon and banquet, an Oneg Shabbat, a barbecue, a dance, discussion groups, seminars and business sessions. A combination social and educational program has been outlined for all Junior Hadassah, Masada, Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America members, and Senior Young Judaeans and their leaders who attend the conclave. Expected in Tampa for the annual event is Herman M. Popkin of Atlanta, youth director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission, who begins his Florida tour at the University of Florida in Gainesville on Thursday, October 20, and St. Petersburg on Friday, October 21. Other cities to be Board Will Meet The executive board of the South Beach Elementary School PTA will meet on Friday, October 21, at 9:30 a.m. Plans for the forthcoming general meeting will be discussed and completed. Abbott Gardens School Parents Will Meet The parents and teachers of the Abbott Gardens Private School, 7705 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach, will meet on the grounds of the school on Friday, October 21, at 8 p.m. to form a PTA for the school year. Speaker of the evening will be Harold Malamud, director of the school and child psycholgist, whose subject will be "The Use of 'Bad Language' by Children." Hostesses will be the Mesdames Louis G. Lytton, William Lehrman, Jack Kirchik and Morry Morris. Lucky Strike Bowling Drives 2975 S. W. Eighth St. Phone 48-8615 Expert Instructors PHIL MARGOLIS, Owner ED ANDERSON, Manager A. B. C. Sanctioned Precision Surfaced Alleys IMPROVED BRUNSWICK EQUIPMENT Phone For Reservations ROSELLE HOTEL 635 EUCLID AVENUE 41 Rooms furnished. This building can be purchased with as little as S40.000 cash or owner will consider a three-year lease for $325 per room. FEUER & EISENSTEIN, Realtors W. I. FEUER 235 Lincoln Road "PERSONALIZED SERVICE" Brokers Cooperate LEO EISENSTEIN Telephone 58-8666 ANNOUNCEMENT! DADE KOSHER MEAT AMI POULTRY cmd DELICATESSEN Is Now Under the Management of H. Nil M Ml All Formerly of Bronx, N. Y. 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ibdliewislbJElliDipidliiaun
V0LUME 22-NUMBER 42
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.___________ MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Beach Plays Host To 4500 Delegates
To JWV 54th Annual Encampment
Gaily bedecked with bunting,
I Miami Beach put out its welcome
mat swung open its doors and
began to play host to the 4 500
delceates now attending the 54th
annual, ncampment of the Jewish
War Veterans and the 22nd meet
0f the JWV auxiliary Headed by
Mver Dorfman, national PWV
commander, delegates began to
stream into the resort city last
weekend.
On the eve of the convention
Dorfman announced that anti-
Semitism is the greatest problem
still confronting the Jewish
people. From convention head-
quarters in the Delano Hotel,
Dorfman said that early Ameri-
can leaders of the type of Wash-
ington and Jefferson foresaw a
United States in which all creeds
[ and races would live in harmony.
"We are trying to make that
I dream come true," he explained.
"We are trying to sell America
to Americans.
"That's why our central pro-
gram is that of Americanism. We
are trying to do a service to our
countrv as well as to the Jewish
people" in seeing that the precepts
of the Bill of Rights are really
I lived up to."
SoundinR off another time be-
Ifore the convention opened Wed-
nesday, the national commander
called for the creation of a Sec-
retary of Civilian Defense with
I full cabinet powers.
"When the next war comes," he
[said, "civilians will be affected
I as quickly as the military.
"The next war is not inevitable
land I honestly believe there is a
chance to avert it. But if war
I breaks out. the enemy as the first
jstep will try to knock out pro-
duction by hitting industrial areas
land will strike at our morale,
Iboth of the military and civilian
(populations."
The convention has lined up a
pour-star speaking program which
I includes Secretary of the Army
[Gordon Gray; Tighe Woods, na-
Itional housing expediter; Francis
|H. Russell, State Department
[public affairs director; Watson B.
Miller, immigration commission-
Jer; Harry M. Rosenfield, chair-
Iman of the President's displaced
Ipersons commission; Maj. Gen.
I Lewis B. Hershey, selective serv-
ice director; Sen. Margaret Chase
ISmth.
Nat Klein, director of CARE's
[Israel program, flew down to ad-
Idress the convention and will re-
Imam here in behalf of the relief
lot DP'a in Israel.
I Col. E Ben Arzi, military at-
to the Israel embassy in
[Washington, is guest of honor at
|the conclave.
One jj the highlights of the
[assembly was the parade through
107,267 Register Here
I To Set All-Time Record
tun JSP* breaking high of
;""' Miamians qualified to vote
m the November 15 city commis-
sion election.
Supervisor of Registration
M-arl Holmer, Jr., said that city
registration books would remain
cosed now until after the runoff
election November 22. City Clerk
*rank Correll, who is noted for
"is accuracy in predicting elec-
tion totals, predicted that out of
wei all time high registration only
PJMHW to 55,000 voters will go to
wepolls in the primary.
National Commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, Myer
Dorfman, of St. Paul, Minn., is
presiding at sessions of the or-
ganization's 54th national en-
campment which opened on Mi-
iami Beach Wednesday and
will continue until Sunday.
Dorfman, who arrived here
Saturday, was greeted at the
air terminal by Hylan H. Kout,
president of the convention
corporation, and Obbie Rosen-
thai, commander of Norman
Bruce Brown Post No. 174.
Miami Beach held Thursday,
October 20, at 7 p.m. Led by the
Air Force band from MacDill
Field, Tampa, the procession
started at Lincoln Road and
Meridian. The line of march was
east on Lincoln Road to Washing-
ton Ave., thence south to 7th St.
Also in the procession were musi-
cal and marching units from
Dade and Broward Counties.
Another major event was the
Florida Day luncheon Thursday,
October 20, at the Saxony Hotel.
Rep. George Smathers was guest
of honor.
Memorial services for the war
dead will be conducted Friday
evening at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center with Rab-
bis Colman A. Zwitman and Irv-
ing Lehrman officiating.
The JWV auxiliary is meeting
simultaneously at the St. Moritz
Hotel.
Elections are slated for Sun-
day morning at 9 a.m.
Population Exchange
Will Be Discussed
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Unofficial
sources said this week that the
three-member team of experts
attached to the U.N. Economic
Survey Groupwhich arrived
here this week and was immedi-
ately received by David Horo-
witz, director-general of the Fi-
nance Ministry, for the first of a
series of economic conversations
affecting Israelwill discuss with
Israel authorities an offer by the
Iraqi government to exchange
100,000 Iraqi Jews for a similar
number of Arab refugees.
The experts team is headed by
Dillion S. Myer, of the United
States. Acocrding to unofficial
quarters, the British member of
the Economic Survey GroupSir
Desmond Morton favors the
principle of population exchange
and may in the future use his in-
fluence to modify Iraq's present
terms for such a population trans-
fer.
NEW DEADLiNE
Effective immediately all news, information
and photographs for publication in The Jewish
Floridian must be in our office not later than
Tuesday noon of each week.
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JWB Director Will
Assist With Survey
Elias Picheny, assistant di-
rector of program service of the
Jewish Welfare Board, will ar-
rive in Miami Wednesday, Octo-
ber 26, to spend several weeks to
assist with the survey now being
conducted by the committee on
recreational services of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
This committee, which is head-
ed by Carl Weinkle, is in the
process of surveying recreation
and leisure time needs and facili-
ties in the Greater Miami area,
and working out a program to
meet these needs. It is a sub-
committee of the Community
Planning Committee, of which
Stanley C. Myers is chairman.
The committee has been en-
gaged in the preliminary aspects
of the survey during the past
several weeks, according to Max
C. Gettinger, committee secre-
tary.
Members include representa-
tives from Federation, the Miami
Beach YM-WHA, Miami Jewish
Community Center, the syna-
gogues and all other organizations
engaged in recreation work for
youth and adults.
Picheny will make his head-
quarters at the Federation office,
420 Lincoln Road, and will utilize
the staff, services and facilities
in directing the survey.
Dan B. Ruskin Heads
1950 Jewish Appeal
Appointment of Dan B. Ruskin
as chairman of the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appeal was announced
this weekend by William D.
Singer, president
of the Greater
Miami Jewish
Federation
which will con-
duct the cam-
paign.
Ruskin, who
recently return-
ed from a ten-
weeks tour of Is-
rael and Europe,
interviewed Is-
rael government
officials and in-
spected reception
centers where thousands of im-
migrants are being quartered
pending construction of adequate
housing facilities.
"I was impressed by the stupen-
dous accomplishments of the Is-
rael regime and by the spirit and
determination of the new arrivals
to make a go of their lives in a
new homeland after a decade
spent in Nazi concentration camps
and displaced persons camps,"
Ruskin stated in accepting leader-
ship of the campaign.
"I feel it is the duty of Ameri-
Ruskin
France Intervenes
PARIS, (JTA) The French
Foreign Office has approached
the International Court of Justice
in behalf of foreign nationals
chiefly Zionistsnow interned in
Egypt, it was reported here this
week.
Conciliation Unit
To Meet In X. Y.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
U.N. Conciliation Commission for
Palestine will reconvene in New
York this week in the first ses-
sion of this body in the United
States, it was announced.
The three-nation commission
consisting of the United States.
France and Turkey, will meet on
the eve of the full-dress debate
of the Palestine issue by the 59-
nation Political Committee of the
General Assembly.
can Jews to do everything in
their power to enable the Israel
government to absorb the thous-
ands who are daily entering their
shores," he continued.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin will be
honored at a reception to be given
by the Keymen's Club of Federa-
tion Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the Saxony Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Invitations to this affair have
been issued to all heads of all
Jewish organizations in the area,
members of the board of gover-
nors of Federation and all work-
ers in the 1949 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Allacks On .lews
Reported In Iraq
LONDON, (JTA)The Israel
legation here issued a statement
this week declaring that the "gov-
ernment of Israel has received
grave and disquieting reports of
a new wave of persecution against
Jews in Iraq."
The statement says that the re-
ports tell of "numerous arrests
and torture of those who were
detained for the purpose of elicit-
ing names of other Jews who
may have assisted in the escape
of a few persons who succeded
in leaving Iraq and reaching Is-
rael."
The departure of these Jews,
the legation statement adds, "was
motivated by their desire to take
part in the upbuilding of Israel
as well as by the terrifying feel-
ing of insecurity under which
Jews live and have been living
in Iraq during the past few
years." The statement added:
"The situation is regarded as ol
the utmost gravity and great
anxiety is felt for the helpless
minority" of Jews in Iraq,
week. Although no reason for the
UJA FIGHTING ISRAELS HOUSING BATTLE
WITH GIANT HOME BUILDING CEMENT GUN
Rapid fire solution to Israel's critical housing
shortage for new immigrants can become a fact
provided American Jewry rallies to the United
Jewish Appeal with immediate cash funds to
speed the resettlement program through up-
building and development of the Jewish State.
The giant-siied housing "gun" shown above is
indicative of what is being done to provide homes
for the 82,000 immigrants now living in tents and
barracks. The gun is actually a cement pourer
which fills a huge mould to fashion a three-room
home. A cement "gun" can produce eight homes
a day.
I


KAtifc' TWO
+Jeistrk)rknan_
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, ig?
I'll Say...
Last March, a columnist in Hearst's King Features
reported that Sholem Asch had become a convert to
Catholicism. Mr. Asch was distressed by this state-
ment. His denial to the press was couched in this
release: "I have never considered deserting the faith
of mv fathers and I never intend to do so. My books
have" made enemies for me in some quarters, but I
have shown how deeply rooted Christianity 11 in
Jewish history and Jewish religion. And my intention
I has been to demonstrate the inter-dependence of the
two faiths in the hope that mutual understanding
i may lead to a better world."
\ Mary
About two weeks ago. Mr. Asch's new book .Van/
| left the Putnam press. Its success promises to be
phenomenal. Publishers estimate the sale of oOO.OOO
copies. His Jewish friends, however, would rather
he had never written Mary, nor for that matter The
Nazarene. nor The Apostle. The latest novel in
particular thev find painful reading. Just what pur-
pose, thev ask. is served by this trilogy on Christo-
logv. Catholics regard it as the intrusion of an out-
sider. After all. these volumes deal with the most
sacred mystery of the Church. Protestants are in-
clined somewhat more favorably. Yet the words of
Mirgerv Stoneman Douglas are not without a cer-
J tain significance. "This novel." she says, "will not
please the organized religions. Jewish or Christian,
because it will be too Jewish for one and too mys-
tically Christian for the other."
Religious Hatred
Ordinarilv. Jews would take pride in the literary
i achievements of their folk. But in this instance, they
ask plaintively why couldn't Mr. Asch devote his
1 great talents to other phases of the long and eventful
Jewish story" Thomas Mann labored years on his
four massive volumes about Joseph in Egypt. This
plaint is a sad commentary on Christian conduct.
' For a thousand years Jews were in mortal danger on
Christmas and" Easter. On these holidays, the
churches would proclaim: "Peace on earth, good will
towards men." But Jews had to crouch behind locked
doors in fear and trembling of attacks by mobs
Sholem Asch And His Latest Book
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
^^e, led by monks holding aloft their cruci-
fixes.
The Crvcij rioti
,u, cvnr-ntu- Go'Dcls brings unhappy
atonement for mans original ">* rrucifVing the
s toss
to the plan of salvation.
His Peculiar Role
n Christians have never forgiven Jews for their
tJsal to accept the doctrines of he
Ad to complicate matters. Jews; were the
, :he Entombment, the Resur-
n We question his wisdom in penetrating the
: Christian mysteries. And to View
of M treating the story along the traditional
stian orthodoxy, people are speculating
is to his actual beliefs. Does the outstanding author
5h accept literally the Gospel story in all its
religious connotations" Or has he merely composed
a work of imagination based on the New Testament
as conceived, understood and believed by the
n fundamentalist.
His Jewish Loyalties
In view of Mr. Asch's strong denial of any intent
at conversion, we can only accept his statement on
its face value. He lives in our community on friendlv
terms with many of us. We know his deep interest
in things Jewish. His concern with events in the
Republic of Israel comes out in every conversation
He laments the fate of the 6,000.000 cremated martyrs
at every visit. During Jewish Book Month of last
vear, he permitted us to display in public his price-
less old books and rare medieval utensils. He ad-
dresses Jewish meetings whenever invited, and is
always ready to assist any organization that concerns
itself with Hebrew and Yiddish literature.
His Real Contribution
The new book will, no doubt, fan the passions
smoldering in the hearts of many devout Jews. Our
own community, I am glad to say, has always main-
tained a friendly respect to the author of Kiddusfi
Hashem, Three Cities. The Tillim Yid (badlv trans-
lated under the title Salvation), and his 30 other
volumes that have enriched Yiddish literature. Voic-
ing the sentiments of his friends in Metropolitan
Miami, I can safely say they deplore his excursion
into Christian pastures. We believe that Mr, Asch's
real contribution to literature lies in his matchless
delineations of the Jewish gasse he knows so in-
timately. His earlier books will stand out a noble
monument to the Jewish life in Europe th.it was
destroyed when his latest best-seller will be for-
gotten.
Tolerance
Mary may influence the feeble-minded, the love-
struck contemplating marriage out of the faith, or
climbers with one foot across the Church threshold.
Nevertheless, we must not lose our sense of propor-
tion. The day for excommunicating is fortunately
past. Let us act with a dignity becoming an ancient
people. With Medinas Israel elevating our moral and
spiritual status, we can afford to be indulgent to a
wayward genius in his aberrations. Let us accord
the tolerance that we ask of the world to an artist
who demands free expression on a subject we do not
approve.
Registration Of Mt. Sinai Hospital
Volunteers Slated For Next Week
Volunteers for the position of
nurses aide or hospital aide at
Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater
Miami will be registerd at the
hospital from Monday October
24. through Wednesday, October
26 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Both
experienced aides and women
who will take a training course
for the work are needed, accord-
ing to an announcement by Mrs.
Aaron Rede:, nurses aide com-
mittee chairman for the Hospi-
tal's Women's Auxiliary.
Evening registration for wom-
en unable to come during the
day will be held at the hospital
on Monday, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Members of the nurses aide com-
mittee will give information or
appointments to women unable to
register at the times specified.
The committee include the Mes-
dames Reuben Rochkind. Joseph
M. Lipton. Gus Feuer and L. G.
Sale.
Intended to assist nurses with
the.r routine work so that they
can have more time for the duties
in which they are specially quali-
fied, the two volunteer corps
servi slightly different func-
tions. Nurses aides relieve the
nurses of all duties except the
giving of medication and treat-
ment. Hospital aides do not work
directly with patients, but assist
with the administrative and
housekeeping duties of nurses.
Uniforms will differ slightly
too. Nurses aides will wear the
traditional pinafore, according to
present plans, and will be the
only volunteer service to wear
nurses caps. Hospital aides will
wear the official auxiliary uni-
form. Pink is the predominating
color in both styles.
A refresher course under the
direction of members of the hos-
pital's supervisory nursing staff
will be given before the hospital
opens to the experienced aides
who volunteer for service. The
supervising nurses will also con-
duct classes as so,in as the hos-
pital can accommodate them for
the volunteers who are beginners
at the work.
Ift To Meet Tuesday
The Miami Beach Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold its first meeting of the
season Tuesday. October 25. at
1:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel.
1685 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach,
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president,
has announced.
Mrs. Jack Udell, chairman of
the installation luncheon, will re-
port on the affair. Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman will speak on the summer
book project, of which she has
served as chairman.
Following the business meet-
ing. Mrs. Pearl Fried, accom-
panied by her husband. Hy, will
offer vocal selections.
Top Price Paid for
MEN'S USED CLOTHING
AL'S
432 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
Cardiac Home Unit Will
Hold Card, Gift Party
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
sponsor card and gift party on
Wednesday. October 26. at 8 p.m.
at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Leon Kaye is chairman of
the event. Refreshments will be
served under the supervision of
Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs.
Charles Raab.
Admission will be by gift
ticket.
dr. IIailassah
I nil Inaugurates
Sports Program
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
has inaugurated a sports pro-
gram. Mickey Einhorn. who grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami with a major in physical ed-
ucation, has been named chair-
man.
Miss Einhorn has arranged a
bowling meet for Tuesday, Octo-
ber 25. at 8 p.m. at the Lucky
Strike Bowling Alley. 2975 S.W.
8th St.
All members and prospective
members between the ages of 18
and 25. are invited to participate
in the sports program.
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Retail
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Phone 4-0335
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Jacobson Appointed
Miami Beach Jewish
Charles R. Jacobson has been
appointed to the post of executive
director of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, it has been announced
here by Harry Sirkin, president.
Ailing as administrative assistant
to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the congregation,
Jacobson will coordinate the
many activities offered to the
((immunity through the center
such as the Men's Club, the sister-
Executive Director
Community Center
hood, the Hebrew school, the
Sunday school, adult education
and the many youth training pro-
grams and social activities. An-
nouncement of Jacobson's ap-
pointment coincides with the re-
moval of the center's executive
offices from their old location at
14th St. and Euclid Ave. to its
present air-conditioned quarters
at 17th St. and Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Jacobson is a graduate of the
University of Illinois, where he
majored in journalism. He has
completed graduate studies for a
master's degree in social service
administration at Northwestern
University. For eight years he
served as a professional social
service worker with Jewish case
work agencies in Chicago, spe-
cializing in group work and in
the development of youth training
programs. He conducted a seven-
month survey of juvenile delin-
quents in the U. S. Probation and
Parole Offices, northern district
Chicago, and he is the author of
several articles on employee rela-
tions which have appeared in the
magazine, Manpower Review. He
served in the capacity of investi-
gator and negotiator with the
War Production Board and the
U. S. Department of Labor in
Chicago and was the employee
relations counselor with the Mi-
ami Army Air Field serving 1,500
civilian employees in the closing
years of the war. He has been
most recently affiliated with the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami as its executive director.
Spaet Names
Drive Aides
Judge Harold B. Spaet, chair-
man of the Jewish Home for the
Aged $300,000 fund-raising drive
now being conducted, announced
the appointment of 26 com-
munity leaders to serve as co-
hosts at the home's sixth anni-
versary dinner to be held on
November 6.
Gov. and Mrs. Fuller Warren,
Mayor and Mrs. Robert L. Floyd
of Miami, Mayor and Mrs. Harold
Turk of Miami Beach and Mayor
and Mrs. Keith Phillips of Coral
Gables have been invited to the
affair.
Those appointed were Jacob
Sher, Max Orovitz, S. C. Myers,
Carl Weinkle, S. B. Miller, Harry
Sirkin, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Mrs.
Benjamin Appel, Dr. I. L. Fish-
bein, Benjamin Slote, Herbert E.
Scher, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Sol
Silverman, Nat Teller, Leo
Chaikin, Harry Levine, Jacob
Chaves, Joseph M. Rose, Gus
Trau, Rabbi Moshay P. Mann,
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Irving
Frankel, Joseph Gardner and Sid-
ney Bernbaum.
The co-hosts have pledged
themselves to bringing all of their
friends to the dinner.
In the enviable center position is the "Ideal Man" who will be
chosen at the dance sponsored by Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women on Sunday. October 23. at 8:30 p.m. at
the Martinique Hotel, Miami Beach. Surrounding the lucky man
are (upper, 1. to r.) Ruth Kalin and Arlene Sissleman; (lower, L to
r.) Norma Thalblum and Barbara Devore. ______
JAMES A. DUNN
Candidate for Election
to the
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSION
"Qualified by Experience"
A Lawyer, a Former Municipal
Judge and Served at City
Commissioner for Seven
and One-half Yean
Primary. November 15, 1949
General Election. Not. 22, 1949
(Tald Pol. Adv.r
Rabbinical Announcement
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, executive member of the Rabbinical
Council of America, makes the following announcement in regard
to the celebration of Halloween:
"Halloween is a pagan festival commonly celebrated on October
31 with parties and masquerades.
"The breakdown in Jewish life has made it possible for these
pagan observances to make inroads into the Jewish community and
its constituent groups.
"We urge that no Jewish group or organization in our com-
munity plan affairs in celebration of Halloween. Where arrange-
ments have already been made for an affair on the evening of
October 30, every effort should be made to publicize it as something
other than a Halloween festival, and that the decorations be other
than the black and orange colors, the cats, skeletons, pumpkins, etc.,
associated with Halloween."
High Court Accepts
Herbert S. Shapiro
Herbert S. Shapiro, assistant
solicitor of Dade County, was ad-
mitted to practice before the Su-
preme Court Monday in Wash-
ington. He was sponsored by So-
licitor General Philip B. Perl-
man. Shapiro lives at 801 40th St.
MR. ED SINGER
Tropical Units
Plan Affair
Third annual Halloween Whirl
sponsored by Tropical Lodge and
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
will be held Sunday evening,
October 30, at the Hyde Park
Hotel, 41st St. and Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Chairman of the affair, Sam
Kessler, stated that the hosts of
the evening will be presidents of
the two B'nai B'rith groups Mrs.
Irving Cypen and A. Budd Cutler.
Other committee chairmen in
charge of arrangements will in-
clude: ticket committee chair-
man, Irving Katz and Mrs. Mell
Benner; publicity and public re-
ations chairman, Al Budner and
Mrs. Irving Laibson; display com-
mittee chairmen, Erwin Berman
and Miss Maxine Alexander; en-
tertainment committee chairmen,
Miss Pauline Rosen and Ernest
Harris, and decorations commit-
tee chairman, Marvin Metz.
New Group Meets
The newly organized North
Side Jewish Community Center
held its first meeting at the Amer-
ican Legion Hall, 6600 Biscayne
Blvd., on Thursday, October 20,
at 8:15 p.m. Maurice Grossman,
executive director of the Miami
Jewish Community Center, and
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, spoke to the gathering.
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Columbia University in the
Teaching of Languages.
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Cantor Heads
|| Music, Art Unit
Announcement has been made
f the appointment of Cantor
Samuel Kelemer as chairman of
the newly created Israel music TRENDS;
ind arts committee of the Miami
Beach Zionist District by Presi-
dent Alfred Stone.
In this role, Cantor Kelemer,
who is chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Music Council and
niesident of the Cantors Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, will bring
Israel music and art into the
homes of American Zionists and
into meetings of the Beach Zion-
18 Cantor Kelemer, who is from a
Chassidic rabbinic family and is
i seventh generation Baal Shem
Tov gained an international
reputation at the age of nine as
a child prodigy. He appeared as
the star of the first Jewish talkies,
"Kol Nidre," "Yiddishe Mama"
ind "Persecution" and toured
Europe, United States and Mex-
ico appearing on concert stage,
synagogue and radio.
" Before coming to Miami Beach,
lie was cantor of Beth Joseph
Center in Rochester, New York,
and in 1945 accepted the post of
cantor and music director of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
He studied at the Yeshiva and
the Hertzlia Hebrew Academy in
New York and received his musi-
cal training at the Julliard
School of Music and the Eastman
School of Music.
According to Cantor Kelemer,
plans are now underway for a
meeting which will include Israel
music and arts.___________
Women's Council
Holds 1st Meeting
The newly organized B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of Great-
er Miami held its organizational
meeting Thursday, October 20.
at 1 p.m. at the Sagamore Hotel,
17th and Collins, Miami Beach.
Representatives from all women's
B'nai B'rith chapters were pres-
ent to formulate plans for co-
ordinating the activities of all
women's and youth chapters.
Officers of the council are:
president, Mrs. Harry Kaufman of
Miami Beach Chapter; vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Nathan Bloom of Coral
Cables Chapter; vice president,
Mrs. Sam Silver, Sholem Wom-
en's Chapter; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Tena Katz, Sholem
Women' Chapter; recording sec-
retary, Mrs. Sam Kessler, Tropi-
cal Chapter; treasurer, Mrs. R.
Solomon, North Shore Chapter;
parliamentarian, Mrs. Beverly
Becker, Miami Beach Chapter;
youth group director, Miss Selma
Lewis.
Mrs. Jack Jeffe, national chair-
man of ADL for Women's Su-
preme Council, visiting from Chi-
cago, addressed the council.
Almost all English sparrows in
the U. S. are descended from
eight pairs imported from Eng-
land in 1850.
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9 .
The fight around the question of whether Jerusalem should be
internationalized is assuming a new aspect in the lobbies of the
United Nations One can hear some U. N. diplomats suggesting
quietly that the entire issue be left open for another year They
believe that if the present session of the General Assembly will not
take any concrete action on the recommendations to have Jerusalem
internationalized, it may be easier to straighten the matter out at the
next Assembly session Their opinion is that time will point the
best way to the solution of the problem ... In Jewish circles the
feeling prevails that this is one case where time would work in
favor of Israel United Nations experts who are studying the
problem from every angle are of the opinion that internationaliza-
tion of Jerusalem can definitely not be enforced against Israel's
will Even members of the American delegation at the U. N.
are beginning to realize that imposing internationalization of Jeru-
salem on Israel will be a most difficult job However, no Ameri-
can delegate has so far revealed his views on the subject to any
member of the Israel delegation ... It is being taken for granted
that the State Department will modify its policy advocating the
placing of all Jerusalem under international control, although the
U. S. government is under heavy pressure to stick to its policy as
announced by Secretary of State Dean Acheson The chief pres-
sure is coming from the Catholic Church American diplomats
claim that Cardinal Spellman, who conferred with President Tru-
man on the Jerusalem issue prior to his making a trip to the Vatican,
is more "liberal" on this subject than "the younger elements" in the
partitioned and not internationalized, since this would keep Catholic
Catholic Church in America Britain would rather see Jerusalem
influence out of Jerusalem._______________^__
Conference Of
Jewish Women
To Meet Oet. 27
The Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
County will hold its first open
meeting of the season on Thurs-
day, October 27, at Reed's Rest-
aurant, 829 Biscayne Blvd. The
business meeting will start at
10:30 a.m. followed by .luncheon
and program at 12:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Nathaniel M. Levin, former Phil-
adelphia school teacher who has
devoted a number of years to the
study of social welfare, special-
izing in pre-school deaf children
and those afflicted with cerebral
palsy. Her subject will be "The
Priceless Gift of Reason." She
will relate the story of the Haven
School for mentally retarded chil-
dren. The school, located in Ken-
dall, Fla., will open about De-
cember 15.
The annual conference calen-
dar will be distributed at this
meeting. Mrs. Louis Glasser,
president, will presie at the
business session in the morning.
Cardiac Home
Unit To Install
Abbot A. Karlin will be in-
stalled as president of the Men's
Chapter No. One of the National
Children's Cardiac Home at the
Hickory House Restaurant, Mi-
ami Beach, on Sunday, October
23, at 6:30 p.m. Herman Wronker
will serve as installing officer.
Others who will be inducted at
the affair are David A. Rifas,
treasurer; Abe L. Pollack, secre-
tary; and Joel Hoch, auditor.
Miss Schwabe Entertains
Miss Elsie Schwabe, vacation
project chairman of the Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah, enter-
tained her committee recently at
a brunch at her home, 4120 Pine-
tree Dr., Miami Beach. Plans for
the project were formulated.
Committee members include
the Mesdames Joseph Shawmut,
M. H. Berkowitz, Barnett Beck-
erman, Harry Platoff, Max Gratz,
Ida Goldberg, Benj. B. Goldstein,
Irving Levy, Mark Lachman and
Miss Dorothy Isberg.
Rep. Smathers To Speak
At Optometric Meet
Congressman George Smathers
has accepted an invitation to ad-
dress the November meeting of
the Southeast Florida Optometric
Association in Miami, Dr. J. M.
Widdersheim. Coral Gables, pres-
ident of the group has announced.
The meeting at which the
Florida representative will speak
has been set for Nov. 14.
Dr. Widdersheim stated that
optometrists from throughout
Florida will be invited to the
event.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ham- 1. Mac.d of 1055 Alton Road_ Miami
Beach, have returned from an extended tour oi the Pacifac coast
British Columbia and Mexico. Dunna the tnF they spent some
toe with their children and grandchildren in Nashvule. Tenn.,
and Atlanta Gc.
* *
Miss Lillian Goodman oi 7127 Bay Dr.. Miami Beach, is leav-
ma this weekend as a delegate tc the Haaassar. convention in
Sdn Francisco. Enroute she will stop for several weeks in St.
Louis, to visit with her sister-in-law and brother. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis I. Goodman, and to see her many home-town friends
After the convention, she will go to Los Angeles tc visit with her
niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Goodman.
*
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Gertier 930 NX. 92nd St. Miami
Shores have returned home after spending two months with
their son Joseph M. Gertier his wire Ethel and their two chi dren
Susan Jane. 11, and Johnnie Maurice 10 at their home m Upper
Montciair, N. J.
* *
1 D. Horowitz recently underwent surgery- at Alton Road
Hospital and is now recuperating Oi his home. 950 Mendian
Ave. Miami Beach.
* *
Paul Raft has returned to Miami after spending the summer
with his family in Lona Beach N. Y.
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Among those attendina the Univers/v o: Florida Home-
coming this weekend are Marwir. Cassel. Jerry Linet ana Donald
A. Kaplan.
*
Of interest to friends in this area is the recent marriage of
Ted Benjamin of Jacksonville to Edith Lipner in Switzerland.
The couple is honeymooning in Switzerland before returning
to America. Ted is the son of the Roy Benjamins, pioneer resi-
dents of Jacksonville.
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Miss Ann Ruth Levin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Levin Micrr.i Beach, is attending Duke University. Her brother,
Jules who set a record at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
is now takmc graduate work in physics at Cornell University on
a scholarship. Both are graduates of Miami Beach High SchooL
* *
Mr. end Mrs. I. L. Kussner 809 Seville Ave.. Coral Gables,
were hosts at a party on October 13 in honor of the sixteenth
birthday of their son, Conrad Leon.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb and family have moved from I
the North to make their permanent residence at 115 Ventian
Way, Di Lido Island. Miami Beach. Mr. Loeb, former art director [
of Paramount Cartoon Shorts, is still associated with Paramount
and travels to New York every two months to take care of his
assignments. The illustrator of several popular books, Mr. Loeb
will leave Saturday for New York, where he will confer with
Grcsset and Dunlap on illustrating several forthcoming books.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Luria of 188 South Island, Golden
Beach, celebrcted their 28th wedding anniversary with a buffet
supper last week at their home. Thirteen guests including the
hosts helped the Lurias celebrate. Mr. Luria is head of L. Luria
and Son, silver house of Miami.
* + *
Mr and Mrs. Harry Metz cf West Palm Beach have left for
New York to attend the wedding of a relative.
* *
Aaror. 3ergman of West Palm Beach is recuperating after
cm extended illness.
* -* *
The L. Trachtenbergs have returned to their home in West
Palm Beach after spending the summer in the mountains of
New York.
+ *
Miss Sadie Vershleiser. Horton Inn Paim Beach, has re-
turned after summering in her home in Hollywood, Cal.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman recently returned from a
trip North.
A room in a new building project being constructed by the
Moatxat Hapoalot in the Negev will bear the name of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Mintxes, pictured here. Five hundred dollars was con-
tributed by the Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach for
the building of the room. Upon receiving the honor. Mrs. Minttes
pledged herself to raising the amount necessary for the completion
of the structure. Mrs. Mintxes. who raised $5,000 annually during
her five years as JNF chairman, is now serving her second year as
chairman of the Moatxat Hapoalot. She is also vice chairman of
the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami, a member of the
board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a
member of the American Jewish Congress and Beth Jacob Con-
gregation.
Following a honeymoon at the
Saxony HoteL Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Scher
are residing at 3920 Garden
Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Scher
is the former Alice RosenxhaL
daughter of the Harry Rosen -
thals of Miami Beach. The
ceremony tok place September
22.
Rita Rothblatt To
Wed Jerry Seftel]
Mr. and Mrs. L. R thl latt, 1601
N.W. 18th St.. announ the ap-
proaching marriage '. their
daughter. Rita, to Jerry Seftell.
son of Mr. and Mrs M Seftell.
1931 S.W. 22nd Ave.. at the Mi-
ami Hebrew Scher! and Congre-
gation on Sunday p.m.
Rabbi Simon April will .^d the
service.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Chicago and was nber of
Masada and Junior Hi ssah.
Mr. Seftell gradu.: -Mi-
ami Beach High Sch< 1 and at-
tended the University .' Florida.
He was affiliated with AZA and
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E. Albert Pallot. exalted ruler of the Miami Elks Lodge goes
over plans of the 1950 national convention to be held here next
July with Miami Lodge secretary R. E. "Pappy" Norcross. Nation-
al officers of the organization are in Miami to make arrangements
for the meet.


Tainara Chapter
To Hold Party
A membership party will be
held by Tamara Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women Wednesday, October
>6 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm
Ave.. Miami Beach, according to
an announcement by Mrs.
Charles Turk, president.
Participants in the program
will be Elizabeth Fishbein, con-
cert pianist, and Judy Searles,
coloratura soprano. Mrs. Fish-
bein. wife of Dr. I. Leo Fishbein,
is a praduate of the music de-
partment of New York Univers-
ity. She has studied with Harold
Bauer and Alfred Cortot. Miss
Searles. who has just completed
a tour of South America, has ap-
peared on radio programs with
Paul Whiteman and Arthur God-
frey and has been featured in
several motion pictures.
Committee in charge of the af-
fair includes Miss Lilian Bog-
dan and the Mesdames A. Lewis
Mechlowitz, Israel Slotsky, Sid-
ney Margulies, Dolly Rosenberg,
Gold a Feinberg and Max Stern-
stein. Mrs. Jack H. Kane is pro-
gram chairman. Mrs. Albert Ros-
en and Mrs. Louis Makovsky are
membership chairmen.
Lynn Lubin Wed
In Montreal Rites
Miss Lynn Lubin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer H. Lubin,
Miami Beach, became the bride
of Alan B. Gold on August 14 in
the family chapel at the summer
home in Val David of the bride-
groom"* parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gold, Montreal, Canada.
The bride attended the Uni-
; of Florida and will com-
plete her studies for her master's
degree at McGill University in
Montreal.
Mr Gold, who served as a
captain in the Royal Canadian
Artillery during the war, is a
graduate of Queens University
and received his law degree from
the University of Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. Lubin and son,
Leonard. Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Joe Pcaiiman, Key West, aunt of
the bride, attended the wedding.
Masada Dance
The first annual Harvest Dance
to be given by the Miami Chapter
of Masada will be held at the
Caribbean Hotel's Starlight Patio
Saturday at 9 p.m. Music will be
furnished by Caney and His
Band: admission ninety eight
rents.
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Mrs. Alper To Sponsor
Party For Beach BB
Mrs. Dave Alper will sponsor
a card party and barbecue for
the benefit of the B'nai B'rith
of Miami Beach on Wednesday,
October 26, at 8 p.m. at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rimer, 6320
Allison Island, Miami Beach.
Members and friends are invited
to be present.
Raff-Keller Nuptials
Mrs. Minnie Keller, formerly of
Birmingham, will be married to
Paul Raff at Congregation Beth
El Sunday, October 23, at 7 p.m.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will of-
ficiate.
A party for intimate friends
and relatives in Dora August
Memorial Hall will follow the
ceremony.
Pictured here are members of the committee which did the
spade work for the dance sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress on Wednesday night at the Ver-
sailles Hotel. In the photo are (seated, L to r.) Mrs. A. Lesser, dance
chairman; Jean Carlton, mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. J. Kimball,
publicity; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. M. Blane. co-chairman; Jack
Carlton, master of ceremonies; Mrs. William Loeb, president
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J. Frederick Malakoff
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Malak-
off, 735 84th St., Miami Beach,
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, J. Frederick, which will
be held Saturday, October 22, at
10:45 a.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at the Nautilus
School.
Kiddush will follow the cere-
monies. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
Mrs. Malvina V. Freeman, national convention chairlady of the
Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary, center, is greeted as she arrived
by Eastern Air Lines from Atlanta by Mrs. Mae W. Weiner, left,
national president of the auxiliary and Mrs. Bessie Kromberg,
r>9hl, chairman of distinguished guests committee.
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PAGE TEN
New Vets Benefits
Law Effective Dec. 1
President Truman Monday
signed Public Law 339 liberaliz-
ing compensation benefits for
veterans, their dependents and
beneficiaries. The compensation
increase in basic rates becomes
effective December 1. 1949.
In addition, the new law will:
1. Provide additional compens-
ation for veterans with depend-
ents who are rated 50 percent or
more disabled. Heretofore, only
veterans with dependents who
were rated 60 percent or more
disabled were eligible to receive
additional compensation.
2. Raise the rate on compensa-
tion for World War I veterans
with "presumed" service-con-
nected disabilities to the rate cur-
rently being paid to veterans
whose disabilities are determined
to be directly service-connected.
3. Establish new progressive
compensation ratings for veterans
with arrested cases of tubercu-
losis. It provides for 100 percent
rating for the first two years fol-
lowing the date the disease was
arrested. For four years after
that, the rate is set at 50 percent.
The law also fixes disability rat-
ings for longer periods and re-
quires a veteran to submit to ex-
amination and follow prescribed
treatment Failure to do so may
result in his rating being reduced
from 100 percent to 50 percent
for the two years following the
arrest of the disease.
4. Increase the death compens-
ation to wartime widows with one
or more children.
5. Liberalize present rules bar-
ring payment of compensation for
injury or disease incurred (not
as a result of own wilful mis-
conduct) while under military or
civil confinement It holds such
confinement to be "in line of
duty" providing a court-martial
sentence of dishonorable dis-
charge is remitted, or in cases
of civil confinement the offense
does not involve a felony as de-
fined in the jurisdiction where
sentence is imposed.
For all World War II veterans
with service-connected disabili-
ties and those World War I vet-
erans whose disabilities have
been determined by V-A be di-
rectly service connected, the 8.7
percent across-the-board increase
will apply For example, a vet-
I ran who' is 10 percent disabled
and coir.es under either of those
two categ ries will receive an
increase in his monthly com-
pensation check from $13 80 to
$15. Others in those categories
whose disabilities range up to the
100 percent maximum will re-
ceive proportionate increases in
their checks. Thus, such a 100
percent disabled veteran will get
$150 instead of the $138 he now
receives.
Peacetime rates for service
l.ahl's Zionists
Launch Campaign
For Members
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict launched a membership
drive at a recent meeting of the
organization's board of directors
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Lelchuk. Plans were map-
ped to reach all persons who are
not affiliated with the Zionist
Organization of America.
Election of officers is scheduled
for the next meeting of the dis-
trict to be held Thursday. October
27 at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. 320 Paler-
mo Ave.
On the nominating committee
are Morris Simon. Harold G.
Shapiro. Meyer Fine. M. B. Bar-
kin and Sam Rabenowich.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be
guest speaker and Cantor Joseph
Malek will present a program of
songs.
Refreshments will be served
and the public is invited.
Gottlieb Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Gussie
Gottlieb, formerly of 635 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt.
Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating.
Mrs. Gottlieb is survived by one
son. one daughter, four sisters
and one brother. Relatives and
friends are requested to be
present.
v.lmisiifhrkMari
LEGAL NOTICE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2i,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE ,8NAHMEUBXTWOrVBN .ha.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Photographic I .til al 1784 8.W. 5th
Street Miami. Fla., Intendt to reglstei
naid name with the Clerk of thi C
i ult Court "f Dade Count> F
HERB OELTNER
Sole Owner
i" :".-.'> ll l-ll
Kl,"'"1:' m.U-ky CORVINE.
sole Owner
max R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
10/11-lI-X li i-n
IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN' PROBATE, No.
23088 _
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH BRAUNSTBIN,
To AUC?3d1t'ori and Ail hnw|Bjgr.
in* Claims or Demand! Against
said Estate: .
You. and each of you. are hercb>
notified and required to present any
claims and demand! which you, i
either of you. may have against the
eiute of SARAH BRAUNSTBIN, de-
ceased, late of Miami. Dade Count>.
Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Wanton
County Judge of Dade County. :'m'
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof Said dalmi or demands to
contain the legal addresi of the claim-
ant and to he sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will he barred.
gee Section ISO of the 1*M Probate
*CDate October 6, AD. 1919.
MAURICE BRACNSTEIN.
As Administrator of the Estate of
SARAH BRAUNSTBIN, Deceased.
MAX P.. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator.
10 14-21-28 11 I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No.
FLORIDA,
COUNTY.
THEODOR ROSEBURY, Plaintiff, vs.
LILY ROSEBURY. Defendant.
TO: LILY ROSEBURY
173 West 78th Street
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Bin or
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
vou by THEODOR ROSEBURY. on or
before1 the 7th day of November
1949 otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by
5 Dated this 5th day of October, A.D.
1Q4B
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit COBUrt%Sea.,w STOCK1NQ
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
10/7-14-21-28 11/4
n t5StcSdht0y SbS*"
IN AMn en\> iVPOPSCOn
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i; EN ERA I. HARDWARE COMPANY
at HI 1-1821 N.W Mth Street, Miami,
la, Intent] to register said name
with the CKrk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
IRVING GREENBERG
FANNIE IFAYE) TUPLER
C1ERSHON 8 MILLER
Attorney for
General H irwai i Company
10 ;i-^> 11 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloui name of
PINNY'S RESTAURANT at 1309
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. .....,...
RAYMOND SILVERMAN
JULIO CASTRO
PAUL SILVERMAN
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attoi ney
10 14-?!-:!* 11 4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 127491.
SARAH BROWNSTEIN, Plaintiff, vs.
ISADORE BROWNSTEIN. Defend-
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ISADORE BROWNSTEIN
Care of Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society
Spivak, Colorado
Y'ou are hereby required to file your
appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Com-
plaint for Annulment in the above-
styled caused on or before the 31 day
of October, 1949, otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill will be taken
a, enfessed by yi.u.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this ^9
day of September, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M
IN AND FOR f> inc.' "I L"''RT
FLORIDA. IN pV.nn 82f**r
22656. 'KOBaTE, $
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS FREUND
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All n.
,g Claims or De,na^^
You, and each of vou ..
notified and required to" nr? he,rtJ
claims and demands "}
either of you. may >---
esta
of
W.
Dade uounty, am
rl8rSfIlceo ln ,he County CoS? '
In Dade County. Florida, wTthin ^u?
calendar months front the dt ?'"'
first publication SmTJgt ehS
or demands to contain the iWTl 2"
dress of the claimant and to '*'"
to and presented as afortal^
same will be barred. See s7 of the 1933 Probate Act 0n '
Date September 27, A.D ism
MAI.V1NA FREl'vn
As Administrator cum tMti '
annexo of the EstaTe of v, aI
Freund, Deceased Mwrtl
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator c"n
9/30 10/7-14-21 r "*
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
9'30 10/7-14-21
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i uslneas under the flctltloui name of
Phillip's Men's A Boys' Wear at ISO
Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
Florida, intends to reglstei said name
with the Clerk "f the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
PHILIP BROWN
Soli i ew r
1" 21-2> 11 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, : ei.gag- in
business under the fictitious name of
Ml LADY at 2193 N W 8th Street
Intend to reglsti u d name with the
connected disabled veterans arelClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22842
In Re: ESTATE OF
HARRY R. ROSEN.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, mav have against the
estate of" HARRY R ROSEN, de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date October 4th. A.D. 1949.
HARRIET E. ROSEN.
As Executrix of the I.ast Will and
Testament of HARRY R. ROSEN.
Deceased.
FRANK E. SOIXVMON
Attorney for HARRIET E. ROSEN.
Executrix
10 7-14-21-2?
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Roberta Barclay at 218 N. E. 1st Ave..
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Bertha Thoroughgood Snellenburg
Sole Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for applicant
1703 Congress Bldg.
10/7-14-21-2S
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT S'Tut
11th JUDICIAL L-IRUUITmHS
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORibA
IN CHAN."Kiev, N... Y'Tlv. *'
LEONA KLINE, Plaintiff, u B0H.
ERT KLINE. Defendant
TO! ROBERT KLINE (whose present
address is:) '1
I.R.C.. Area 6. A. P. 0. i
care of Postmaster
New York, New York
(Whose permanent residence li
3133 Brighton 7 Street,
Brooklyn. New York.
You are hereby required to file wo
appearance to Pis ff's Bill of <$
plaint for Divorce in the above-nfld
cause on or before the 31 dare
October, 1949. otherwise, the atten-
tions of said Bill will be taken u
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami Florida, tbk 1
day of Bepten
K H I.KATHERMA.v.
CIi : Circuit Coot
(Circuit Court -
By M. C
;,... !(, ,.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
9/30 10/7-11-21
fixed by law at 80 percent of
wartime rates. Thus, they will be
automatically increased by the
new law also.
Let
BERNIE SAFFER
Worry ..
About Your
FOOD
Entertainment and the other
thousand details tor your
Weddings, Bar Mitrvahs, En-
gagements, Lawn Parties,
Cocktail Parties. Children
Parties. Meetings. Buffets.
A Complete Catering Service
PHONE SW573
JACK It JILL
24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave.
hi iy, Florida.
W1LDA P SEGARS
BARBARA H. HOLMAN
Partners
1-JI :: I-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign" I --_
......jnder the flctltl is I
Hotel a: *.". X. E. Si
Ulan I, Fla ntends 1 _- said
with the Clerk of the i
irt of Dad, I Florida
HARRY OOLD
i -_ l] 4-ll-lS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
:..;s::'..-s under th. fi t:ti 13 name of
Kenlen Hotel at 2162 N. W. 1st Ave-
nue. Miami, Florida, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
KALMAN M. ROCKER
Sole Owner
FREDERICK S. GROSSBERG
Attorney for Applicant
704 Blscayne Bldg.
9/30 10 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I e:.uage In
.--- ':': .- :..!-..- '.
KATE .v MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPH-
ERS at 104 :th Street. Ml
.r.-.end to register eald I
Dade Ci '.' 1"" rids
HARi'I.D PAUL KATE
I'AVID MOLDAN
GERSHON S MILLER
At: n -. f r KATE & MOLDAN,
PH< 'TOGRAPHERS
iM Lincoln Road
I h, Fll r;da
10 i4-:i-: :: t
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT t'F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCC1T
IN and FOR DADE COUNTY,
PI.''P.IDA IN CHANCERY, No
127634
JORNA BIMBERG, Pla 1 tiff, -. 1 OTTO
S1MBERG, Defendi I
T< "TT" SIMB
A Ho way Garage
A : w.,y Si-w .'-. v
YOU ARE REyllP.ED t.> appear
to the Bill "f Complaint for Divorce
filed m this cause, 00 or before the
: '...> f Novel .> -
the allegal u thereof win be taken
nfeeeed asalnsi
B P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I CIi ill C Seal'
By R H RICE JR.
* Deputy Clerk.
iGE'.RCE J TALIANOFF
I Att inter for I
: 14-ri-M 1: i
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
1*7708.
LENA GOLDKKAND. Plaintiff, vs.
HARRY tlOl.DKRAND, Defendant.
TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND,
7:i Tremont street.
l u *Bt> in, Maaeschusetts
Y'OU ARE REQUIRED to appear to
the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed
in this cause, on or before the 14
day of November. ISMS'; otherwise the
allegations thereof will be taken as
confessed against you.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
1 Circuit Court Seal)
By R 11 RICE. JR..
Depute Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bea;h, Fla
1" 14-21-28 11'4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
KI.t'RlDA. IN CHANCERY. No
127635.
SAMUEL WEISKR. Plaintiff, vs. IDA
C. WEISER. Defendant
TO: IDA C WEISER
It! Ridge Street
Tuckahoe. New York
YOU APE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit for divorce has been Instituted
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to file therein your appearance
or answer on or before November "
1949, otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 7 dav of October, 1949.
I" B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
10 14-21-2 11 4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigeJ desiring I
business under the fl tltloua name of
RAH RAH EAT 8HOPPE at KM
Ponce de Leon Boulevard, C rat
Gables, Florida, Intends to register
sad name with the C he Clr-
-j:t Court of Iade Countv, Florida.
MAX R SILVER
:or Applicant
t-21-2* 11 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEP.EBY GIVEN till
the undersigned, desiring to enjatts
business under the fictitious nann*
MILTON'S AUTO SERVICE t Mt
N.E. Second Avenue. Miami, Poridi, '
Intend to register said name with ike
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dill
County, Florida.
MILTON LIBERT
GEOR'JE LEVITT
ARTHUR LEBOW
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
9/23-30 10,7-11-21
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
127397.
HELMT KLEMCHUK, Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN D. KLEMCHUK. Defendant.
Y'ou. JOHN D. KLEMCHUK. 11217
South Kediie Avenue. Chicago, Illi-
nois, are notified to file your appear-
ance ln the above cause for divorce
on the 31st day of October. A.D. 1949,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 22nd day of September.
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
9 30 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi ..-age In
-s under the flctil
1T54 8 W
Th;r. a .. Miami, intends t
taid name with the Clerk of the
;ntv, Fl..r-
r u.ti. 5?a?TA lee tB**
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY Jl'00E"S C01HI
IN AND FOR I'ADE COIWTT,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
2S09S
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL J A IUST, someliiw
known as SAM AUGUST, Drceuei
To Ail Creditors an All PertoaiBt.
ing Claims or Demands Ape*
Bald Bstati
You, and .
notified and !*"
claims and demand) which W
either of you. n......eaiut
estate of SAMUEL J AlOUST, -
times known a- SAM AUGlT,
ceased, late : ':-
to the Hon. \V. F. Itlanton. CJW
Judge of Dad. <'::.ty, and !
same in his of:: e In the loot
Courthouse ln I tf. "25
within eight ..... lar montlu
the date of the first ; uldication he*
of. s!aid claims or demandy weessi
the legal ad In Jj**."
to be sworn to and 1'^''J
aforesaid. 01 eme will *;*
See Section 120 of the IMS rW
Act
Date Ocl A-D '.'.':*.
HILMA ROSE AIG
As Admlnlstrai Ixef tt{ "J
Of SAM' J AW|5
times km BAH s
Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attornev foi Ad IHSUU
10/14-2l'-2> 11 *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW m
NOTICE IS HEREB1 ''"J^
the undersigned,;';: .*S,j
business under the f.u.tk -. ^ y
Drake Wholesale Meats at .w^
S2nd Street In the City et-J
Florida, intends reg> ^ f4^'
with the Clei k of the Circuit to-
Dade County. Florida.
IRVING KANEK
LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF
Attorney for API
927 Lincoln Road
9/23-30 10/7-14-.'-
ORDER OF PUBVrT &V
IN THE CIRCUIT COIRT JfT g
11TH JUDICIAL RCUpiBt
REBTCA AARONSON.P.^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Capital Sewing Machine at 232 N W
:'nd Ave Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
HENRY RRAHIfcl
JOSEPH C ROSUH
Partners
ioyit-ii-2 li/*
tteiveae.-e ~;i. j
Baltimore 1.-. >''r>'"rf to fHtfj
You are hereby ordered > 0i
appearance or answer to i ^
Complaint for^'f^RONSO^
you by REBEL--A AA% uM
or before the -':* JfLJoM ""Zi
1949. otherwise thi>****
Bill will be taken as con
""DONE AND ORDERED thM"
o, ^'-^r'E1?|lXATHER^
(Circuit Court&V sjO By
/J 10/7-14-U


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1949
*Jewisfi Fhridliiaiin
PAGE ELEVEN
I l
Beth David Sunday School Term Opens,
Hebrew Classes Moved To New Building
The Beth David Congregation
announces that Sunday school
classes will commence the new
term this Sunday morning, Octo-
ber 23. at 10 a.m. at the new
synagogue on 26th Road and
cw 3rd Ave.
Classes in the daily Hebrew
school will be transferred from
the old to the new building, be-
ginning Monday, October 24
The Beth David Sunday school
offers an integrated 11-year pro-
gram of study. From the kinder-
garten to confirmation class the
religious school aims to build
strong loyalties to the synagogue
and Jewish observances.
The children of the religious
school receive not only formal
instruction in religion, history
and ethics, but also training in
habits of worship through fixed
periods of prayer on the Sabbath
in the synagogue.
Registration for new pupils willvfr
cease on November 14. Further
information may be obtained by
calling Jerome B. Gordon at
9-3469.
There is no tuition fee either
in the daily school or Sunday
school for children of members.
Drama To Be Aired
Saturday At 5 P.M.
A self-confident American
farmer brings together travelers
from a dozen different countries
and unites them in brotherhood
aboard a ship to South America,
in "Bonus Notches, Pal," to be
heard Saturday, October 22. at
5 p.m. over station WVCG, Coral
Gables.
Participants in the fifteen-min-
ute live panel discussion to fol-
low immediately will be William
L. Pallot. attorney and civic lead-
er, who will serve as moderator;
Professor William G. Cornelius,
department of government, Uni-
versity of Miami; Harry Zucker-
nick, Miami Beach attorney; and
Charles R. Jacobson, chairman of
the United Nations Art Exhibit.
Starring in "Bonus Notches,
Pal," the latest episode in the
series. "Stories To Remember."
is Betty Garde, noted radio
nptrpeg
The radio dramatization was
adapted from a story by Dorothy
Walworth which appeared in the
Reader's Digest, and was pro-
duced for radio by the Institute
for Democratic Education in co-
operation with the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith.
I< llll Unit Plans
Halloween Fete
FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Men, will sponsor a Hallo-
ween masquerade party and
dance Saturday, October 2, 8:30
p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, 17th
St. and Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Prizes will be awarded for the
best costumes and proceeds will
be used to promote the chairtable
programs of the young men's
group. Co-chairmen of the affair
are Irwin Teich and Harry
Schneider. Walter Traurig is in
charge of the publicity. Tickets
Need Help In a Hurry?Call
M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
whit, and Colored Holp
Phon -bsi7 < t-rm
51 N. E. 6th Street
AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner
(tables Women To
Meet Monday
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will meet-
Monday, October 24, at 8 p.m. at
the center, 320 Palermo Ave.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will speak
on "United Nations and Inter-
faith." A plavlet, "Peace, Fellow-
ship and Religious Common-
quest," will be presented with
the following participating: the
Mesdames Edgar Miller, Herman
Rubin, Jack Edwards, Robert
Schwartz, Mike Baskin, Maurice
Finkelhor. William Glick, Lee
Elman, Sam Goodman, Peter
Glazer, Alvin Corenblum. A film,
"Picture in Your Mind," will also
be shown.
At the last meeting of the board
of directors of the organization
Mrs. William Glick and Mrs.
Jules Freedman were elected to
fill vacancies on the board.
The sisterhood is making plans
for barbecue supper and movie to
be held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Diamond, 1109 Malaga
Ave., Coral Gables, on Saturday.
November 5, at 7 p.m.
In charge of arrangements for
the affair are Mrs. Joseph Koven,
Mrs. Albert Crames and Mrs. Ted
Wayne, who are taking reserva-
tions. Assisting them are the
Mesdames Lee Tanner, Maurice
Corenblum, Sidney Richman, Nat
Winokur, Louis Perkel, Sam
Schulfand, Norman Krolick and
Miss Polly Bein.
South Beach Elementary
Mothers Hold Meeting
South Beach Elementary School
PTA invited mothers of kinder-
garten children to attend a break-
fast at the school cafeteria on
Thursday, October 20. at 9:30 a.m.
Purpose of this breakfast was to
discuss problems pertinent to this
grade level. Leading the discus-
sion was Miss Malvine Weiss,
principal, and the two kinder-
garten teachers, Mrs. Walter Lake
and Miss Jeanne Greathead.
Acting as hostesses were Mrs.
George Sugarman, PTA president,
Mrs. Harry Feldman, Mrs. Harry
Waldman, room mother chair-
men, and Mrs. Lester Prober, re-
freshments.
Barbara Chak
TVS President
Barbara Chak was elected
president of the TYS girl's club,
one of the teen-age groups of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, at a meeting last .Thursday
night.
Other new officers are Myrna
Sandier, vice president; Eileen
Schumer, recording secretary;
Barbara Schecter, treasurer;
Sandy Friedman, treasurer; Adri-
enne Bobrow, sergeant-at-arms.
Estelle Fleischman, the past
president, was unanimously elect-
ed junior advisor.
The group, which is made up
of high school girls, meets every
Thursday night, at the center,
450 S.W. 16th Ave.. at 8 p.m.
S.W. Civic League
Is Organized
An organization meeting of the
Southwest Civic League was held
recently at 2239 Coral Way.
Rabbi Murray Grauer of Con-
gregation Beth El offered the in-
vocation and Norman R. Lyons,
Miami attorney, outlined the pur-
pose and aims of the league. He
stated the league was non-politi-
cal and was being formed solely
to promote civic betterment in
the Southwest section of Miami in
conjunction with the improve-
ment program of the entire city.
Temporary officers elected were
Max Friedson, president; A.
Price, treasurer; Herman Breton
and Mrs. Lewis, secretaries.
A committee headed by Lyons
was appointed to draft a charter.
Serving with him are Leo Landis,
Mrs. Jack Price, Mrs. Sam Tend-
rich, Mrs. Sydney Stepkin and
Jack Schieff. Meetings will be
held each Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
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dents of the Southwest section
are invited to attend.
Board Meeting Slated
Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah held a board meeting
Thursday, October 20, at 8 p.m.
at Miss Phyllis Wilpon's house,
711 14th St., Miami Beach.
Next general meeting of Junior
Hadassah will be a desert and
coffee affair, on Thursday, Octo-
ber 27, at 8 p.m. at a place to be
designated.
High School For
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A High School for Jewish
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Elliot Field To
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When Elliot Field of Miami
Beach steps into the spotlight to
emcee the "Gator Growl," mam-
moth Homecoming pep rally, at
the University of Florida on Fri-
day night, he will be performing
Elliot Field
a chore which was undertaken
for many years by the amiable,
white-shocked Gov. Fuller War-
Iren.
Elliot, whose infectious smile
and deep mellow voice are as
well known to undergraduates as
their textbooks, graduated from
the university in February. While
a student there, he won national
I acclaim for his dramatic inter-
jpretation, masterminded varsity
land fraternity theatricals, dabbled
] in politics, worked on all campus
[publications and served as staff
I announcer on WRUF, Mutual net-
[work station in Gainesville.
"Insomnia Serenade," a once-
Iweekly midnight disc jockey show
[which Elliot conducted, was at
I the top of the Gainesville Hooper.
[Highbrows, lowbrows, lovers and
Igrinds all took time out to hear
I Elliot pull his funnies and spin
|his discs.
A native of Boston, Elliot ap-
peared on dramatic shows on Co-
lumbia Broadcasting system for
Three years prior to coming to
Florida.
Since graduation, the young an-
ouncer has been working on
cal radio stations, using his
ll-modulated pipes for every-
hing from selling brassieres and
mom salts to dedicating Eddie
vnold records to Great Aunt
and Cousin Mona.
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Erstling Enters Race
For School Trustee
Julius Erstling, Miami attorney,
this week announced his candi-
dacy for school trustee trom Dis-
trict 4 in the November 8 elec-
tion.
"Education is something I've
been interested in since my un-
dergraduate days," said Erstling
I was planning to go into teach-
ingEnglish literaturewhen I
was at the University of Florida "
However, after his discharge
from military service, Erstling
entered the University of Miami
Law School and set up practice
in February, 1948.
The young attorney, who came
to Miami with his parents from
Chicago in 1935, lives with his
family at 2117 S.W. 19th Terr.
Sorority Alumnae Will
Honor U-M Chapter
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association will honor the Uni-
versity of Miami Chapter and 17
new pledges at an annual found-
er s day luncheon on Saturday
October 22, at Betty's Restaurant
Mrs. Gwen Hendel, Mrs. Flor-
ence Lewis and Miss Clem Levy
are in charge of the affair. The
alumnae will present a skit.
The group was founded October
24, 1909, at Barnard College in
New York.
University of Miami pledges are
Margie Album, Ann Alpert, Joy
Berick, Gay Engle, Minette Gor-
don, Lorraine Jacobskind, Rhena
Jacobson, Jo Ann Kopman, Mi-
riam Kevlyn, Joan Lefkowitz,
Sue Manasse, Felicia Orovitz,
Dorothy Oshlag, Mary Ellen Rein-
hard, Lois Syman, Jaqueline
Taxman and Rita Wolf.
PAGE THIRTEEN
IWV Auxiliary Holds
Monthly Games Parties
The Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish
War Veterans Post No. 330 of
Miami Beach sponsors monthly
games parties for the veterans at
nut General Hospital, according
CO an announcement by Mrs
Jenny Gerrig, auxiliary president.
Hefreshments and entertainment
are provided at each of these
fetes.
Mrs. Lillian Bookman of the
auxiliary was instrumental in se-
curing two radios which were
recently donated to the hospital
by the group. In addition the
auxiliary contributed 50 bed
lamps and fitted recreation rooms
with eight pairs of drapes. Mrs.
busan Kout was in charge of the
latter project.
The auxiliary also contributed
funds for sending the child of a
veteran to the Herald Lend A
Hand Camp this summer.
Last Sunday evening the auxili-
ary, together with the Miami and
Norman Bruce Brown auxiliaries,
participated in exercises at which
the national auxiliary presented
a radio phonograph to Pratt Hos-
pital.
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at 10 a.m. Topic of discussion will
be "The Help Psychologists Can
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21.
lladassah to Hold
Membership Tea
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 421 S.W.
26th Road, will be hostess to new
members of the Miami Group of
Hadassah on Tuesday. October
25. at 1 p.m. This is the first in a
series of membership teas to be
held each month.
Mrs. Morris Skop will speak on
"The Jew in Art." and will ex-
hibit her painting of Henrietta
Szold. the founder of Hadassah.
Also scheduled is an all-Chopin
piano program by Katharine
Bclknap. concert pianist.
A prize will be presented to
the "Woman of the Month." the
member who has brought in the
most paid up members this
month, and each successive tea
will honor a "Woman of the
Month." All women interested in
becoming new members are asked
to call Mrs. David Hess at 9-5756.
Allocations To National, Overseas
Agencies Up From 4 To 75 Percent
NFW YORK (JTA)-Central fund raisinq agencies of Amen-
can ShYcoRnfm(uni.ies increased .he, ?%**
and overseas agencies from four percen to 75 percent m the
last twenty years, while the proportion to ^W**
clined sharply during the same period from 8
according to a survey just com-
pleted by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
In actual 1948 dollar disbursc-
U-F Students To Discuss
Peekskill Affair Sunday
"The Peekskill Riots and Their
Effect on American Jewry" will
be the topic for discussion Sun-
day afternoon at an informal
round-table sponsored by the
Inter-collegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America at College Park.
Gainesville. Art Reich, a resident
of Peekskill. will give an eye-
witness report on the riot, and
a question and discussion period
will follow.
A weiner roast will follow the
discussion.
Last week a panel was held
on the topic "Israel in Interna-
tional Affairs." Dr. John Rey-
nolds of the political science de-
partment of the University of
Florida, led the discussion on
the topic. Dov Okounoff of Mi-
ami Beach was program chairman
for the affairs and Stanley Ham-
merman of Jacksonville was in
charge of singing and dancing.
ments. the overseas agencies re-
ceived more than 200 times the
amount allocated to them in 1!>29.
while local agencies received two
and one-third times the amount
allocated in 1929. the survey re-
vealed. These changes are related
to the formation of central com-
munitv welfare funds during the
1930's.' and the growing overseas
needs which began during those
years. .
Analvzing the trends in volume
'of five'fields of local service, the
C.J.F.W.F. survey also found that
there have been continuing in-
creases in volume of activity in
the expanding fields of homes for
the aged and Jewish general hos-
pitals. Service declines were
shown in family service and clinic
care. The report also noted that,
despite a decline in child care
services, a "sizeable increase" of
needs in this field is anticipated.
The survey cites two factors in
evaluating the twenty year
changes in financing by welfare
funds and federations:
1. By 1929. the organization of
federations of local agencies rais-
ing funds for local needs was well
established. In the period of the
1930's. the impetus towards uni-
fied and centralized fund raising
World Traveler To Speak
To Workmen's Circle
Dr. B. Osherovich. world trav-
eler and lecturer, will spend this
Saturday evening in Miami Beach
en route to Venezuela as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Duntov of 2008 N. Alton Road.
At the invitation of Workmen's
Circle Branch 692. Dr. Osherovich
has agreed to give a lecture at
their Lyceum about his travels
during the last two years in Aus-
tralia. New Zealand. India. Iran.
Israel. Egypt, as well as several
European countries. The lecture
will be in Yiddish.
An observer of Jewish life and
customs. Dr. Osherovich started
his travels in 1912 and has since
covered the entire globe. He has
not been heard here for four
years.
All who are interested may
come Saturday. October 22. at
3:30 p.m.. to 25 Washington Ave.
There will be no admission
charge.
Beth II Ladles To
Hold Fall llanee
Members of the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth El are busy
decorating the patio and the Dora
August Memorial Auditorium, 500
S.W. 17th Ave.. for their harvest
dance scheduled for Sunday. Oc-
tober 23. at 8:30 p.m.
Highlight of the evening's en-
tertainment will be a comedy skit
enacted by members of the con-
gregation. Prizes will be awarded
to winners of dance contests.
Guests will be seated cabaret
fashion, and food will be served
by uypsy-costumed hostesses. Eu-
gene Praeger and his gypsy band
will furnish music for dancing.
Contributions include dinner
prepared by members of the sis-
terhood under the supervision of
Chairmen Mrs. Max Rappaport
and Mrs. Sadie Schlussler. Those
planning to attend are requested
to make reservations by calling
the Beth El office at 9-3004.
to include non-local agencies
found exDression in the organiza-
tion of welfare funds. Survey
figures reflect only the support
offered by central agencies to af-
filiated non-local needs, and ex-
clude monies raised in communi-
ties during the early thirties by
many unaffiliated national and
overseas agencies. These gradual-
ly became the recipients of alloca-
tions from the central bodies as
they changed from independent
fund raising to affiliate with cen-
tralized fund drives. Thus, the
statistics do not reflect the ac-
tual net rise in national agency
income, but mirror in part the
change from independent to cen-
tral communal financing.
2. The increasing urgency for
the relief, rescue and rehabilita-
tion of Jews in Europe and Israel,
which absorbed the largest pro-
portion of additional amounts
raised by welfare funds. "The
cumulative pressures of 20 years
of depression, war, and postwar
changes, coupled with the rapidly
changing Jewish situation in
Europe and Israel, find federa-
tions and welfare funds increas-
ingly concerning themselves with
the combined problem of the de-
gree to which local services must
be adiusted to cope with current
needs, and the financial implica-
tions of such an adjustment," the
survey reported.
Reporting on the growth of
Jewish hospital services, the sur-
vey found that the total days'
care given by the hospitals had
risen by 46 percent during the
20-year period. It added that an
"evident necessity" exists for ex-
pansion of hospital facilities.
Combining figures for the 29 gen-
eral hospitals throughout the na-
tion, including those in New
York, Philadelphia and Chicago,
the report showed that in 1929
the total days' care was 1,981,-
584 Bv 1942. this figure had
reached a peak of 2,897.175. Fol-
lowing a slight decline during the
war years, the figure again ap-
proached the peak in 1948.
These figures, perhaps more
than any other statistics, under-
score the magnitude of the prob-
lem facing those charged with
responsibility for the administra-
tion of Jewish hospitals." the re-
port declared. "The evident ne-
cessity for expansion of existing
plants poses in addition a prob-
lem for the welfare funds and
federations, upon whose resources
the hospitals have been making
increasing demands."
In the field of child-care
agencies, the survey showed that
although there was a national de-
cline in the number of children
under care in agencies from the
peak year of 1937, the postwar
figures show a decided increase.
"The significance of these recent
increases must not be under-
estimated," the report warns. "It
is the ensuing years that the full
impact of the increase of the
birth rate will make itself felt;
and the current increases in the
number of children under the
care of these agencies is only
the beginning."
Regarding family services
agencies, the survey found that
the volume of service from 1931-
1948, "has fluctuated in accord-
ance with the nation's economy
and its social security set-up."
Despite recent increases, it adri
the volume has not reached'
high point of 1933. NatSLn?
the pattern saw a rise M lly'
1931 and 1933, then IteadvT1
cl.ne until 1939, followed L^"
jump in 1940. The succeeding a
cline has been arrested st he"
end of the war and the vim6
has once again turned upwardP
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t-Jewisli Florid fan
PAGE FIFTEEN
lii & V Women Will
khow ADL Films
13 Boundary Lines" and'Picture
v0ur Mind," two ADL films,
Cm be shown at the next meet-
I of the Business & Profession-
L Women of B'nai BTith Emm.
Uazarus Chapter, at the Nether-
rand Hotel. 1330 Ocean Dr., Mi-
lami Beach, on Tuesday even.ng,
loctober 25, at 8:30 p.m.
I These films depict cooperation
Lnong all groups towards build-
IE good human relations..
I -Boundary Lines" and "Picture
|in Your Mind," the latter a new
IPlease, are among the films and
Iflm strips in the library of the
forida"regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League 330
icvbold Bldg.. for showing before
all' groups and. organiations in
Lrida upon request.
Presentation will be followed
hv a discussion of the films led
fcv David H. Cohn, assistant di-
rector of the league's state office.
Berman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
In the memory of the late Ted
Berman. formerly of 750 86th St.,
Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemeterv. Mr. Berman was a
tiember of the Miami Beach
Civic League, the Masonic Order
fcid the Knights of Pythias of
New York. He is survived by his
Lidow. two daughters and a son
Relatives and friends are asked to
Lttend. _______
LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL
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EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
FROM 8 TO 9 P.M.
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
FROM 11 TO 11:55 A.M.
OVER STATION WWPB
1450 on the Dial
Directed and Announced by
SIMON SEIDEN
Sandier To Speak At
Shandloff Memorial
G. Sandier, executive secretary
of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order, who recently returned
from an extensive tour of Europe
and Israel, has accepted the in-
vitation of the Jewish Cultural
Center Corporation to serve as
guest speaker at the Nathan
Shandloff Memorial Sunday, Oc-
tober 23, at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Beach High School, 1420 Wash-
ington Ave.
The memorial program, which
is sponsored by the Jewish Cul-
tural Center, will include selec-
tions by the Jewish Folk Chorus
under the direction of Ben Yo-
men.
Sandier will discuss the eco-
nomic, social and cultural de-
velopment of Jewish people in
Europe and the State of Israel.
'Students Day' At
I \ Art Exhibit
Set For Saturday
Dr. James T. Wilson, superin-
tendent of schools for Dade Coun-
ty, has designated Saturday,
October 22, as "Student's Day" at
the United Nations International
Art Exhibit at the Columbus Ho-
tel in Miami.
According to Charles R. Jacob-
son, general chairman of the art
show, students will be admitted
free of charge between the hours
of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. in order
to see, for the first time in Miami,
some of the country's most valu-
able oil paintings by outstanding
United Nations artists.
"Students should be encouraged
to attend this colorful project,"
Dr. Wilson stated in a memoran-
dum to all of Dade County's
school system. Purpose of the
show being held here in observ-
ance of United Nations week is
to stimulate interest on the part
of Dade County youth and adults
in the customs and traditions of
our United Nations neighbors.
The exhibition will be shown
through Sunday, October 23, and
is sponsored jointly by the Uni-
versity of Miami, the United Na-
tions Cooperative Council of
Dade County and the Conference
of Jewish Women's Clubs.
Children's Home Board
Will Meet Tuesday
Board meeting of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver will be held at the Royal
Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach on Tuesday, Octo-
ber 25, at 11:30 a.m. Brunch will
be served.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Sol Goldstrom, Rose Steinhauser,
Martin Strelitz, Herbert Elisburg,
Morris Union and Harry Zeil-
inger.
Linda Brands, inc.
Exclusive Distributors of the Famous
KOSHER
ZION
Delicatessen Products
Suggest for your health, for your satis-
faction demand "KOSHER ZION"
Products, under the supervision of
Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made
with the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
Attention Storekeepers:
LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St. Miami,
have on hand a complete line of Kosher Zion
Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal
and prompt attention.
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100 Young Zionists
Will Attend Meet
Approximately 100 young Zion-
ists in the state of Florida are
expected to attend the third an-
nual Florida young Zionist con-
clave which will take place in
Tampa the weekend of October
22-23.
Announcement of plans for the
annual event were made by the
Junior Hadassah and Masada
chapters of Tampa who are co-
sponsoring the conclave. Miss
Fannie Boker is president of the
Junior Hadassah unit and Bill
Schwartzman is head of the Mas-
ada group. General chairman is
Mrs. Mimi Weiss who is assisted
by Miss Rosalie Abramovitz of
Tampa, regional president of
Southern Junior Hadassah. Wil-
liam Jacob of Orlando, a vice
president of the Southeastern
Masada region, is also assisting
with plans for the weekend.
Features of the program will
include a luncheon and banquet,
an Oneg Shabbat, a barbecue, a
dance, discussion groups, semi-
nars and business sessions. A
combination social and educa-
tional program has been outlined
for all Junior Hadassah, Masada,
Intercollegiate Zionist Federation
of America members, and Senior
Young Judaeans and their leaders
who attend the conclave.
Expected in Tampa for the an-
nual event is Herman M. Popkin
of Atlanta, youth director of the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, who begins his Florida tour
at the University of Florida in
Gainesville on Thursday, October
20, and St. Petersburg on Friday,
October 21. Other cities to be
Board Will Meet
The executive board of the
South Beach Elementary School
PTA will meet on Friday, October
21, at 9:30 a.m. Plans for the
forthcoming general meeting will
be discussed and completed.
Abbott Gardens School
Parents Will Meet
The parents and teachers of
the Abbott Gardens Private
School, 7705 Abbott Ave., Miami
Beach, will meet on the grounds
of the school on Friday, October
21, at 8 p.m. to form a PTA for
the school year.
Speaker of the evening will be
Harold Malamud, director of the
school and child psycholgist,
whose subject will be "The Use of
'Bad Language' by Children."
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Louis G. Lytton, William Lehr-
man, Jack Kirchik and Morry
Morris.
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"PERSONALIZED SERVICE"
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cmd
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1949
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