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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOLUME 22NUMBER 44
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_________ MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
$1,004,448 Sousht MS" "" *
*' r Beth David Dinner
1950 Chest Campaign
Let's take care of our own!
is the battlecry of the army of
vnlun'i-ers who set out Tuesday
to drum up $1,004,448 for the
Community Chest.
According to James M. Legate,
campaign chairman, 'here will be
no luncheons, no frills in this
drive All energy will be con-
centrated on collecting enough
money in one month to enaole the
21 Red Feather agencies sup-
ported by ihe Chest "to take care
of our wn."
Formal report meetings will not
be held this year, LeGate said.
"All emphasis will be placed on
specific areas. We'll bend every
effort to get complete coverage
there, rather than attempt to
draw in workers from all over
the country for time-consuming
repjrt sessions."
The 1950 goal is $8,725 less than
last year; however, it is over
the million mark for the second
I time in Chest history. First time
I was last year.
An innovation in the 1950 ap-
I proach is the "checking out" of
all volunteers by a solicitor train-
ing committee before they visit
prospects. Mrs. Stanley Milledge
JWB Director Will
(Assist With Survey
Elias Picheny, assistant director
Lot program service of the Jewish
[Welfare Board, arrived in Miami
I Wednesday, to assist with the sur-
Ivey now being conducted by the
I committee on recreational serv-
ices of the Greater Miami Jewish
| Federation.
The (..unmittee, which is under
I the leadership of Carl Weinkle,
I is now surveying the leisure time
I needs and facilities in the Greater
Miami area and working out a
program to meet these needs. It
is a sub committee of the Com-
Imunity Planning Committee
Iwhich is headed by Stanley C.
|Myers.
The committee has been en-
Igaged in the preliminary aspects
Iof the survey during the past sev
leral weeks, according to Max C.
KJettinger, committee secretary.
Members include delegates
pom the Miami Beach YM-WHA,
Ithe Miami Jewish Community
ICenter, the synagogues and all
Iother organizations engaged in
[recreation work for youth and
ladults.
Picheny will make his head-
Iquarters at the Federation office.
1420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
and George Chertkof are chair-
men of the training committee.
Miami Beach, with a quota of
a quarter of a million dollars, is
conducting a separate drive with-
in the overall campaign. Heading
the Beach drive are Mayor Harold
Turk and Leonard L. Abess.
Turk announced that more than
500 workers began the job of
ringing doorbells after a meeting
Tuesday morning.
A special broadcast directed to-
ward Beach volunteers included
speeches by Sen. Claude Peppei
and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
Valliere Is New
Local Postmaster
Samuel R. Valliere, 34-year
veteran of the local post office,
took the oath as postmaster ol
Miami Tuesday afternoon before
several hundred of his co-work-
ers, who crowded the patio of
the main post office. He was
sworn in by Postal Inspector Syl-
vester Hettrick.
Valliere, who has been acting
postmaster here since Hugh P
Emerson resigned nearly a yeai
ago, was presented with a huge
special delivery card bearing al-
most a thousand signatures of his
employees. Presentation was
made by John J. Dowling, who
has served with the post office
for 21 years and is its oldest
special delivery messenger.
Over $30,000 was pledged for
the Congregation Beth David
building fund at an informal buf-
fet dinner Sunday night at the
new synagogue at S.W. 3rd Ave..
between 26th and 27th Roads.
The affair, which honored Rab-
bi and Mrs. Max Shapiro on the
occasion of his entering the
eighteenth year of service to the
congregation, was given by Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Heiman.
Myers, who served as toast
master, recounted the growth and
development of the synagogue
since the rabbi ascended the pul-
pit in 1939 until today. He urged
those present to make contribu-
tions in honor of the rabbi.
Following the appeal by Myers
and anotherequally fervent
from Jacob Sher. pledges totalling
more than $30 000 were imde.
Myers explained that this af-
fair was the first of a series of
informal assemblies to be given
during the next few weeks in
honor of the rabbi and his wife.
The series, he said, would cul-
minate in a gala Friday night
ceremony to follow the regular
services. At that time the entire
Beth David membership will be
given an opportunity to pay trib-
ute to the spiritual leader.
For this occasfon the new syna-
gogue was decorated with palms
and the banquet tables' were
banked with flowers. Preceding
dinner nors d'oeuvres and cock-
tails were served to guests and
dinner music was provided
throughout the evening.
Heatter Will Headline
Home For Aged Dinner
Gabriel Heatter, noted radio commentator, will be principal
speaker at the sixth anniversary dinner of the Jewish Home for
the Aged to be held Sunday, November 6, at 7 p.m. at the
Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Also slated to appear are the Lind
Brothers, who have been drawing the crowds at the Five
O'clock Club.
The dinner will mark the be-
ginning of "Honor the Old Folks
Week." Official proclamation by
Mayor Robert L. Floyd of Miami
dedicating the week to the aged
was read at a breakfast meeting
of the leaders in the Jewish Home
for the Aged fund-raising cam-
paign Sunday morning.
In making public the proclama-
tion, Judge Harold B. Spaet,
president of the home and chair-
man of the current building fund
campaign for $300,000, said it was
the first time any city in the
country "has set aside a whole
week in which to focus the at-
tention of the citizenry on the
plight of the aged in our midst."
Judge Spaet congratulated
Mayor Floyd upon being the first
mayor to isue such a proclama-
tion and predicted that "in future
years the observance of 'Honor
the Old Folks Week' will become
a national custom."
Part of Mayor Floyd's proclam-
ation, as read by Judge Spaet,
follows:
"WHEREAS, the Jewish Home
for the Aged is a Miami institu-
tion that is contributing sub-
stantially to the general welfare
Who Is George Armstrong?
of Miami and the metropolitan
Miami area, and .
"WHEREAS, it is now urgent
that a new Jewish Home for the
Aged be constructed to provide
accomodations for a minimum of
one hundred aged citizens, and ..
"WHEREAS, it is believed the
public-spirited citizens of Miami
and its metropolitan area will de-
sire to assist in a movement to
provide care for an important
segment of our aged population,
"NOW, THEREFORE, I, Robert
L. Floyd, mayor of the city of
Miami, realizing the g"owing
seriousness and our responsibility
for solution of our problem for
the care of the aged, do hereby
proclaim the week beginning
Sunday, November sixth, 1949 as
"HONOR THE OLD FOLKS
WEEK."
Judge Spaet said that invita-
tions to the sixth anniversary
dinner next Sunday night have
already been accepted by more
than 100 outstanding leaders of
the Jewish community. As the
seating capacity is limited to 180,
he urged that reservations be
made at once.
Myers, Singer.
Klass To Attend
Chicago Meet
I Stardey C. Myers, William D.
ISimjei. president of the Greater
IMiami Jcwi&n Federation, and
[Morris Klass, executive director
|ol Federation, will attend the Big
lutics Conference in Chicago Sat-
urday and Sunday, November 5
L d 6. The meet, sponsored by
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, of
Ijvnich Myers is president, is at-
f .ud by representatives of 30
or the largest Jewish communi-
ties in the country.
- Scheduled to speak at the con-
ference are Harold Glasser, di-
rector of the Institute of Over-
peas Studies, CJFWF; Berl Locker
"lairman of the executive of the
fcfewish Agency; and Moses
eavitt. executive director of the
point Distribution Committee.
L pose of the meet is to
Pjjilyze 1949 fund-raising fcun-
EJjp1*. to evolve sound princi-
pal5. ,'" tim'ng and organizing
|cap,tal fund drives and to de-
velop sound budgeting procedure,
imunities represented at the
Icotu
we
- expect to raise $150,-
W,000 in drives during 1950.
By GILBERT J. BALKIN
Director Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
The efforts, as widely reported
in the press, by Judge George W.
Armstrong. 83 year old Texas
millionaire, to endow Jefferson
Military College, a small Missis-
sippi institution, with fifty mil-
lion dollars to teach white su-
premacy and the "superiority of
the Anglo-Saxon and Latin
American races" call for the ex-
posure of the anti-Semitic and
hate-mongering background of
this individual. Who is George
W. Armstrong, who would intro-
duce Hitler's technique of using
educational institutions to spread
Nazi religious and racial doctrines
into the United States?
Armstrong's action has been
characterized by Justice Meier
Steinbrink of the New York Su-
preme Court, national chairman
of the Anti-Defamation League,
as "the fantastic scheme of a
warped old man to halt and turn
back the tide of progress in ed-
ucation."
George W. Armstrong has been
a long-time financial angel to the
organized peddlers of hate in the
South, such as Gerald L. K.
Smith. Smith, leader of the Chris-
tian Nationalist Party, has visited
Armstrong's estate near Natchez,
Miss., which is also located near
Jefferson Military College.
In 1945, Armstrong established
the Judge Armstrong Foundation,
incorporation in Texas. A. U. S.
Congressional investigation into
Fascism disclosed the founda-
tion's funds to be $14,000, of
which $12,000 was spent for the
publication of anti-Semitic
pamphlets.
One pamphlet, entitled "World
Empire," published in 1947 urged
deportation of Negroes and Jews,
and asked for the repeal of the
14th and 15th amendments to the
United States Constitution, so
that only "the nation's white
Americans may have a voice in
the government of America. In
this same pamphlet, Armstrong
wrote that Hitler did not seek
war, and that the Fuhrer was a
better man than "the Jews.
Roosevelt and Churchill."
In another pamphlet entitled,
"March of Bolshevism." Arm-
strong stated that Fascism and
Nazism are basically Christian.
In his latest pamphlet entitled.
"Zionist Wall Street," Armstrong
quotes at length from the fraud-
ulent "Protocols of the Elders of
Zion." with a few additions from
the obscene sheet of Julius
Streicher. Nazi propagandist. One
chapter in his pamphlet is headed.
"Is Harry Solomon Truman a
Communist?" The author's an-
swer is in the affirmative.
Armstrong's publications were
reprinted or cited by such pro-
fessional bigots as Arnold Leese.
notorious convicted British Fasc-
ist: Agnes Waters, perennial anti-
Semitic witness before Congres-
sional committees; Mrs. Lyrl Van
Hyning in her un-American
"Women's Voice;" and Conde Mc-
Ginley, publisher of the dis-
credited weekly. "Common
Sense."
In December. 1947. Texas news-
papers reported that Judge Arm-
strong had become associated
with Major General Van Horn
Moseley (ret.), of Atlanta, Ga.
A rabid anti-Semite and race-
baiter for many years, Moseley
is named as a member of the
board of Jefferson Military Col-
lege. Moseley was the army of-
ficer whose attack on the federal
government on the occasion ol
his retirement in 1938, was char-
acterized by the Secretary of War
as "flagrantly disloyal."
The May 15, 1939. issue of
"World Service," the official Nazi
propaganda publication, highly
praised "the well known Ameri-
can General Van Horn Moseley "
On June 1, 1939, Moseley ap-
peared before the Dies Commit-
tee of the House of Representa-
tives where he repeated his anti-
Jewish views. In February. 1940.
Moseley was quoted in the At-
lanta Journal, "We don't wanl
the nvb rule of democracy."
Homer Loomis, of the ill-fated
Columbians, is reported to have
consulted Moseley frequently
Since the war Moseley, who is
supported on a pension from thf
United States government, has
busied himself writing open let
ters to prominent individuals and
to editors of newspapers express-
ing his prejudiced viewpoint.
In December, 1947, Armstrong
also began a series of paid ad-
vertisements in Texas newspapers
urging Southern voters to aban-
don the Democratic and Republi-
can parties and to support Gov
ernor J. Strom Thurmond of
South Carolina for president. In
these advertisements, Armstrong
inserted openly anti-Semitic and
anti-Negro material. Armstrong'?
attempts to jump on the State's
Rights band-wagon were sharply
rebuked by Governor Thurmond,
who, in a letter published in the
Fort Worth Star Telegram on
October 31, 1948, stated:
"I have no option but cate-
gorically to repudiate the attempt
in the name of the party whose
candidate I am to appeal to re-
ligious and racial prejudices."
Available evidence makes it
difficult to estimate accurately
the actual extent of Armstrong's
wealth. As recently as 1947, com-
mercial credit reports revealed
that the Texas Steel Company, of
which Armstrong is board chair-
man, had a capital stock of $500,-
000, all of which was held by the
Armstrong family, and that Arm-
strong, nimself, was worth more
than three million dollars. It was
further reported that Armstrong
individually held 60 per cent of
the stock in the Texas Steel Com-
pany and, in addition, 40,000 acres
of land in Mississippi on which
two oil fields were located. At
the same time, it was noted that
he had personal liabilities to the
extent of $600,000.
In 1947, Armstrong's contribu-
tion to Gerald L. K. Smith, re-
ported by Smith to the Clerk of
the House of Representatives, was
$200, between January 1 and Oc-
tober 22, 1948, $500. According
to a more recent G. L. K. Smith
report to the clerk, Armstrong
lent Smith $500 during the period
January 1 to May 31, 1949.
This documented report on the
association of Armstrong with the
anti-democratic movement in our
nation should be made known to
the American people for their
recognition of such threat to the
freedom and democratic institu-
tions of our nation.
Israel Parties To
Hold Joint Meet
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Mapai and-
Mapam delegations which have
been conducting separate negotia-
tions on the eventual inclusion of
Mapam in the present coalition
government will hold a joint
meeting, it was reported recently.
The Palmach conference ended
here after 20,000 veterans of the
Palmach striking battalions par-
ticipated in a series of rallies and
parades. Despite an order issued
earlier by Brig. Yaacov Dori,
Army Chief of Staff. Palmach
veterans who are now serving in
Israel's armed forces took part
in the rallies. All of these, how-
ever, were out of uniform.
Former Palmach commander,
Itzhak Sadeh, who recently re-
signed his commission in the Is-
rael Army told the veterans that
the "Palmach will continue to,
serve the fatherland as it did in
the past. It is always ready to
defend the fatherland should an
emergency arise again," he added,
Use Koch Arrested By
German Authorities
MUNICH, (JTA)Use Koch,
notorious German war criminal
who has been charged with order-
ing inmates of the Buchenwald
death camp murdered in order
to use their tattooed skins for
lampshades, book covers and
other objects, was last week ar-
rested by Bavarian authorities as
she was freed at the Landsberg
women's prison where she com-
pleted a four-year term on va-
rious war crimes charges.
The notorious criminal was im-
mediately transported to another
prison at Aichach, near here,
where she will remain until she
is tried by the German authori-
ties on charges of crimes against
German nationals at the Nazi
camp. Her original sentence by
an American military court was
life imprisonment, but last year
it was reduced by Gen. Lucius D.
Clay, then American commander
in^ Germany, to a four-year term,
commutation of sentence
The
aroused public indignation in the
United States and led to a Sena-
torial investigation.
m
MHUHIH


PAGE TWO
fJenist fkridHar
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949
I'll Say...
Conqressman Smathers vs. Senator Pepper
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Political dopesfcrs are working overtime. They are
busy speculating whether George Smathers will op-
pose Claude Pepper in the 1950 primary. And since
our C i --man has neither affirmed nor denied
these rumors, we can only infer that he is weighing
the matter carefully.
Pvppcr's Place in .Yatioital Politics
Some of George's best friends do not understand
the urgency that could drive a 34-year-old Congress-
man to comes: the scat of one of the Senate's ablest.
CL.ude Pepper is in his prime. A highly gifted public
servant, he sways power and influence in Washing-
ton. Held in highest esteem by the liberal elements
in thi intry. he is als : the best known
Americans abroad, as I had occasion to learn two
years ago whil< traveling in Europe and Palestine.
Why this haste to defeat one of F.D.R.'> most trusted.
And what would such an elec-
tion net? Eith I e loss of a capable, popular
the still greater loss of the most
considerable pub'. :da's 384 years of
history. I don't know of an; ian who
presidential or vice"-
ssil ility.
His E
Wh Pepper? The grape-
vini ed to spend
to del Senator's veto, this
nld have grabbed off
the F.E.C R^ Th< this choice plum seems
sh tuld consider
-; : the present conservative
tend' : tension produced by the recent war. as
well threats I a [ ming war, the ultimate
progri uivi ralism Any align-
. P i.: : ther vested in-
terests $ will, in the end. prove dis-
the 1 tutun that i w
our young Congressman-if only he plays his cards
"in^the political obscurantisrn.of the f P &ng
Senator Pepper's liberalism shines forth like the
Shght in a dark cellar. An attempt to defeat him
will bring to the fore an issue that has plagued
American politics since Hamilton opposed Jefferson
-The issue between reactionary conservatism and
progressive liberalism. Will George Smathers suc-
cumb to the siren voices of the big mono UjterestS.
Will he desert the little people' Once in the an i-
Pepper camp, he will become, perhaps involuntarily,
a candidate for the Economic Royalists the DiXM-
crats the Red baiters, the Klu Kluxers the lynches
the anti-Semites, the hate mongers, the omaMUtl
of a liberal Democracy for a forward-looking, pro-
gressive citizenry.
Reaction vs. Liberalism
Such a campaign would attract nati nal attention:
just as the eves of the entire country are at pre
focused upon the senatorial race in New YorK.
People are listening to strange words from a Jo.in
Fo it could afford to pay stiff fees. This pro-Fascist
svmpathizer has the temerity to shout Commu
at Herbert Lehman, a Wall Street banker who was
four times governor of his state.
The anti-Pepper forces are no doubt watching the
New York contest with interest. Obviously they
sense an opportunitv to smear the Florida Senator
at the next election. The truth does not matter, as
every propagandist knows so well. The bigger the
lie. the better chance of its success, quoth Shickel-
uruber For Pepper's record is an open book. His
leadership in the New Deal, his sympathy for labor.
his hatred of racial and religious bigotry, his anti-
Ivnching sentiments, his opposition to war monger-
ing his strivings to reach an amicable settlement
with the Soviet Union, his militant liberalism can
be twisted and woven into a deceptive tissue 7f
campaign malarky so as to brand Sen Petmar
a high ranking Communist with a sp.> ja] u'Dchn
into the Kremlin. K "le
Smathers Future as a Congressman
Should George Smathers become a tool and spokes
man for that conglomeration of bigot:', privilege"
reaction, hatred and Bourbonism. his friends will ha
sorely disappointed. Young as he is. thev ask, whv
not remain a Representative? He need never fear
opposition in* his district. A distinguished iree, ,'
Congress could make him a leader in the Demo ratio
party, with the position of Speaker of ,e jn
his reach. But if George must run for the Senate
then why not wait two years and defeat tin Junior
Senator of Florida, the reactionary, anti- iborite
collaborator with the die hard Republicans and
Dixiecrats. the very Spessard L. Hollar, 1. wno
emerged from obscurity when he assisted the anti-
Semite Rivercomb of West Virginia to pilot the anti-
Jewish DP. Bill through the infamous 80th Congress,
Smathers at the Crossroads
When Smathers first appeared in our political
arena, he was hailed by the liberal and progressive
elements. Because every enlightened Dem rat was
disgusted with the Reactionary, anti-Roosev- It senti-
ments of the preceeding Congressman. ... drew
his support from the very forces now sniping at
Senator Pepper. In Congress, George Smather'j
record has been that of a middle of the roa liberal,
But he can hardly maintain that role in the camp
of intolerant, reactionary, anti-labor, ant:-; igres-
sive forces, welded together by their hatred : Sena-
tor Pepper. In the event George decides t enter
the next senatorial race, there will be no ( e for
the liberal voters but to go all out fo: Claude
Pepper.
Sholom Class Mothers To
Be Honored At Luncheon
.: :.' ; : t. presi-
S
elig is s PTA
nvitatioi n sent 1
hers 1
tend ncheoi t
n Friday. Ho\
ber 4 it 12 n n
ten-
triers 1
loyal ai I
nt nd for
d in i
hildren's ] rl 5 I 11
of PTA." x] I Mrs Mi
Thi fficers n lition to Mrs
M Gil-
bert c: L son. Nor-
i S. Kap-
lan. Ly n Pitt nd Bernard Hoff-
S. L. Schneider Speaks
S. Lawrence S South-
. nal ri tal
the J t Del
guest :er at i
eetii EM Lodgi
B'n i B'ril ; at Ham-
burg! Miami B
t of S
Sup] rtmg Dei
Lyons Head*
(able* Zionists
N rman R Lyons. Miami at-
I rney, was elected president of
C ral Gables District ZOA. at a I
ng held on Thursday. Octo-
27 al C ral Gables Com-
munity Center. Lyons, long ac-
tive in Jewish affairs, has served
of i of di-
rect rs of ZOA Coral Gables Dis-
n n rary member of
G eatei Miami Welfare League,
first | esideht of Southwest
Civic In md :s also heard
: .. '.' ..'.;. iV : radio sta-
. n WTTT as ni -' i n the
-h Hour.
ffice were
Osc< : st vice presi-
M is Simon, second vice
M Barken, third vice
Lest< r Toloif. treas-
Rose Simon, corre-
nding : tai ; Mrs. Polly
I rdin etai
B ected includ-
. M .. ice Skop. Mr. and
Mrs Meyer Fine. Mr. and Mrs
Sj : Sanders, Mrs. Oscar Lel-
. ...-: N Weidl erg.
the election of of:.
a program, which included an
address by Rabbi Skop. and com-
inity singing lead by Cantor
lek, was presented by
Harold G Shapiro.
Ilcach Sisterhood New Radio Program To
President Names Make Debu Nov. 13
Committee Heads
Sorman Lyons
\cw JWV Post
gaiiizcil Here
Orgi
RUTH GROSS AGENCY
Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-5341
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Dance Date Changed
Sam Kessler, chairman of the
dance committi
thi Miami Jewish C mi
has announced that the
date has been changed to
'.'.". Ines lay, November 23. at 8
A new Jewish War Veterans (
; st known as the Coral
les P st is :. ing organ-
ized, according to an announce-
ment by Mi ''. nd Murray
s non. The new p >st will be
open for membership to both
male and terans of
i War II.
Initial meet..-.- I group
be held a: thi C ral Gables
Jewish C mmunity Center on
Wednesday, Novembei 9. at 8
p.m. At that 1 vill be
collected and a charter applied
:' r All interested and eligible are
requested to att .
Chairmen of committees of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Sisterhood have been announced
by Mrs. Harry Rogers, president.
New committee heads Are; annl-
eraariea and birthdays, Mr*. William
s ;--M.an. concerts, sirs, tra C W:ii-
-->*, sirs. Alex Sussman; confirma-
tion, Mrs. ai Osheroff; education,
Mrs. Alfred Stone; federation repre-
sentative, Mrs, George Goldberg*;
flower fund, Mrs Irving Cypen, Mrs.
.,.- Hankoff: same ni|tbt, Mrs.
a*eymour Rubin, itifi lund, Bdra Ben-
jamin Kohn; ifi and book corner,
Mrs. Jack Burrls; house, Mrs Anna
Wolf, Mrs Nat Hankofi Mn Ben-
anfald; hospital ..., Mi .-
am J. Thorpe, Mrs. George
off; installation luncheon, Mra
Sam I- i li lland; Jewish education
native, Mra Fred Newman;
life membership. Mi** Joseph M. Rose;
ship, Mra barauel bipton.
Mrs. Clarence Cohn; Mother's t->u>
n. Mis. Herman R. M- h
lowlts; program, Mrs, Ben Zion Gins-
burg; uubUcIt) and printing, Mrs.
Bernard 8tern; refreshments, Mrs
Sigmuud Bchermer, Mis. Oscar Mam-
ber; social relations, .Mrs. Bam Wlesen,
Mrs Abraham Goodman; telephone,
Mr- William Peuer; Torah fund, -Mrs.
Fred.i Newman; television, Mrs. Aleut
visiting the sick, Mrs
David sen; ways and means, Mis
Ha;, ni'.n 1 Rubin.
Joseph Birnbaum. wh has been
associated with Yiddish theatres
in all the large cities of the coun-
try, will launch a new Ji wish
radio program on Sunday, No-
vember 13. from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
over station WMBM According
to Birnbaum. the program will
feature Jewish music, entertain-
ment and culture. S. Ashkenazy
will present the latest Jewish
news with comments on urrent
events.
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PAGE THREE
In the Interest of Good Government For All
of the People of Miami, We the Undersigned
Wholeheartedly Recommend the Election of
LOIIE
B&NDEL
TO THE
MIAMI CITY COMMISSION
A Vote For LOI 111 BANDEi. is in
Reality a Vote For Yourgeli as
City Commissioner
LOUIE IIAMHL was born in
Jacksonville, Florida. 43 years
ago.
Educated in Jacksonville public
schools, John B. Stetson Univers-
ity, University of Florida and
later received law degree at
Cumberland University.
Married to the former Priscilla
Bittner and they have one son,
Frank, age 31/*. They live at 1880
S. W. I5th Street.
A resident of Miami since 1926,
practicing law here since 1930,
and Associate Municipal Judge
(night court) since 1946.
Member Mahi Shrine, Elks, B'nai
It iii h- Beth David Congregation,
Florida Peace Officers Associa-
tion, Miami Police Benevolent
Association. American Judica-
ture Society. Florida and Bade
County Bar Associations and a
charter member of I lie 29crs, a
c*haritable fraternal organiza-
tion
Former Deputy Commissioner,
Florida Industrial Commission;
formerly was an original di-
rector of, and attorney for, the
Bade County Blood Bank and
still is an active leader in March
of Dimes campaigns.
During World War II served
overseas in U. S. Merchant Mar-
ine and was champion of the Al-
lied Masonic War Bond Drive. Is
member of (oast Ouard Tem-
porary Deserve.
EDDIE COLE
MAXWELL L. COLEMAN
DR. FRANK CORET
LEONARD G. EGERT
BEN ESSEN
MARX FABER
MARTIN FINKELSTEIN
BERNARD C. FULLER
LEON KAPLAN
VICTOR LEVINE
AL MEIDENBERG
BILL PALLOT
SIDNEY H. PALMER
DANIEL F. PARISER
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
MAX R. SILVER
FRANK E. SOLOMON
ARTHUR STERNBURG
MOIE J. L. TENDRICH
IRWIN WEINSTEIN
(Paid Political Adv. by Friends of Louie Bandel)
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EDITORIAL
FRIDAY, NQVEMBFR 4,
Israel
Israel's critical needs are no secret. But the
revelations made at the Washington conference
of the United Palestine Appeal placed the ritua
tion in a perspective from which there is DO
escape.
It was not a happy picture that was painted
at the conference. Judge Rothenberg's report of
the UPA deficit shocked even those who have
long been aware of the fact that the 1949 cam-
paign was lagging woefully behind that of the
preceding year. Nor was it pleasant to hear
Henry Morgenthau's stctemer.t that we have
only done fairly well zr.d that we haver.: begun
to match the sccrinces of the Jews c: Isr-r! -ve-
in terms of mere dollars.
The responsibility of American Jewry '.award
the tens upon tens of thousands of Jews who
found shelter in Israel after coping Hitler's
hand of death was sr:rec recently w-ith char-
acteristic frankness by President Chaim Wetz-
mar.r. when, on receiving a UJA delegation at
Rehovoth. he declared that the problem of ab-
sorbing an enormous immigration at this time
was insoluble "without continued help from
America through the UJA
J I CANT INTERFERE >
2VSHTH THE PUBLICATION
Parliament- OF DER STUERMER-)
The Cheat
The Dade County annual Community Che
campaign for funds is under way. The qon] T
the entire drive is SI.004,448. "
It is estimated that the total quota for the Com
munity Chest would be met if each year-areS
resident donated approximately S2. This is a s I
sum to contribute in order that the needy wju j^
aid; that character-building programs for yout!
will be carried on; that services to families and
children will be available. But because some e
not and do not give S2, well-to-do individuals, busi
ness firms and institutions will be solicited fo
much larger contributions.
Dade County is a rapidly-growing community
As the community prospers, so generally do tho
better-off residents, the business houses and in-
dustries. But along with that rapid growth qoes
an increase in general community problems
which can be met only by the agencies which
are members of the Community Chest.
It is up to the people of Dade County to mee:
these needs!
City Mast Correet
Sewage Problem
Handel Declare*
Miami will find itself in the
middle of a seri us epidemi
steps are not taken at once to cor-
rect the sewerage problem. L uie
Bandel. candidate for the city
cimn-.ssi. r.. said :.-. .-. puo!:. ad-
dress this week.
"A serious problem o nfi nts
our city government," Bandel de-
clared, "'and that is the letting of
a contract to competent and qual-
ified engineers for the immediate
start on our long delayed sewer
project."
Bandel. a municipal idge for
the past 10 years, feel ertain
that since the citizens of ''
approved the present b n .
about three years ago. they -v.:.
not hesitate to vote on any neces-
sary additional bonds to co.:
the job. if and when necessary.
"Your concern and mine right
now. however, is to get this work
started before we find ourselves
confronted with an epidemic."
Bandel said. "During this cam-
paign I am making no commit-
ments to any person, persons or
special interest groups, but I do
solemnly pledge to all of the 1
people of Miami that. I will in- '
troduce or second and actively
work for a resolution I king to
the immediate letting of this sew-
er contract."
Bandel, former deputy
rr.issioner t th< F :-..--
trial Commissi .-.. called :'.. the
encouragerr.en: >f industry to lo-
cate here. Ke stressed tr.e :'.
that since ?.-;.
an atom bomb there u if 1 ..-.
this country '- move to d
tral.ze r.-..- and x the -.-.
of a oat -.;.---,- ..i
be possible for a:
waste enure -:. 1
del -~-.z I z .y.i-r ;-.;-.. -
ment with n ocr :.:; -.
of a division of ..-.i..--. ;. -
tion. A department I ir .- .
effort to attract industries A = ..
types pi vided they i
a smoke or other .-...-.-
"Our climate and other r
attributes would be mutual'.;
beneficial to both the indu
involved, and -.- year-rounc
economy."
3andel said he under = : i
are now some 8.000 vacant resi-
dential units here, which has
caused a serious slacking off in
the building industry.
"Bringing these new plants to
Miami." Bandel continued, "would
fill these units, and would create
a demand for still more, thereby
stimulating a steady building pro-
gram over the years."
Art Weiner continues to make
headlines for the North Carolina
football team. Recently he
carried the ball over for touch-
downs twice on the receiving end
of forward passes. Southern ob-
servers claim there is no sense
to All-American football teams if
Weiner doesn't make the end
squad together with fabulous
Leon Hart of Notre Dame.
Samuel Abrash Dies At
69 In Paterson, N. J.
Samuel Abrash. 69. member of
the prominent Paterson, N. J-.
silk industi 5 :
I y. October 23 in New V
French Hospital. Interment
.n Temple Emanuel Cemetery.
Juncti n, N. J
Mr. Abrash who resided in
- in most of his lift suc-
cumbed to a he t itti :k. He was
the father of Mrs Joseph M.
Liptnn. w.fe ol the presidi nt
Dade Federal Savings and L:>an
'- .-. : Miami.
.: nically, Mr. Abrash. passed
jay his :. I
Abram D. Abrash of thi
inent Jewish family, in Paterson.
was t
eighth birthday.
Sir.;-, his el ment 16 yea
ago, Mr. A sn filing
tion He spent
h winU s daughter,
Mrs Lipt n, in Miami Beach, and
the rest of the year with anothei
tei '' D ris St im;. :i
of New Rochelle. N V.. ar. I
his son. Irving, in Paters r.
Mr. Abrash
famiiy to come to this country
from his nath
.tied in West K_:> ken in
1898 and after working in the silk
industry for two years
able to save e:
ing his id I th< 1
and sistei I inrti y. He
vas tl lest a 01
hi(
oth< :
family eni silk
in '''. si Hi ki n, N J
in 1902. thej I in Patei
Mr At iated in the
Ik busmes
Kraviu and latei th 1
ther
1 -. Abrash
- .-; C an : -. th Elgin Si
- plant .. Pate
.' and ..-. Fall I
It. Mr. Al
a-- .-.. ft Paterson t ve
.- FaJ :: A
r F g of Pater -
-". .'.'.' .-. and
". i '': .''. A .
int its in
life and \
; Of T< :..
ibeidt L
I a ;.: ;; 114. H
ions
Survsvinj -. fi
' ilitam f S .... ;. .
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Al Mi :;
an I Ben Abra i |:
and 10 grandchil .
Ivinj dd r. to
hL 98-year-old fan. three
brothers George and Louis
Paterson. .nd Alexander 1 : As-
toria, Long Island; tw
Mrs. Louis Levitan and Mr*. Max
Sukenick. both of Paterson. Mr.
Abrash'.- mother, Sarah L.
Abrash. died four years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Josseph M. L
have just returned to Miajni fol-
lowing services in Paterson.
Temple Women to
Meet Mondav
m
The n mthly meeting of the
Temple Isiael Sisterhood will be
held Monday, November 7. at the
temple. A social hour is sched-
uled for 1:30 p.m. with the busi-
ness meeting to begin at 8.
Everyone will be invited to in-
spect the library in preparation
for Jewish Book Month.
Representative of the Coml
munity Chest. George Nicholas.
will .-peak on the current drive.
Louis Schwartzman. new ex-
... secretary of Bureau of
Jewish Education, will discuss
"Jewish Education For a Well
Rounded Life."
A panel discussion of everyday
Fems of our Jewish children
/ill f 11 '. Taking part will be
Mrs M irris Skop. wife of the
rabbi of the Coral Gables Jewish
. Mrs Leon Kronish. wife
of the rabbi of Beth Sholom Con-
zi gati : Miami Beacn: and
Mrs Maurice Ranson. wife of
rabbi uf the Ft. Lauderdale
- tion.
Mrs I M. Weinstein will serve
as moderator and the audience
will oe- given an opportunity to
participate in the discussion.
.: Martha Lummus. society
editor of the Miami Daily News
i ill -peak on "The Art of Being
a Gracious Hostess."
Total U. S. casualties la the
Spanish-American War were 500
killed in battle and 2.000 o>ead
of disease.
Temple Isaiah
Hold* Meeting.
Board .\anted
C ngregati r. Temple Isaiah
its annual meeting Wednes-
night. Oct iber 26. At that
time committee reports for the
past were given and an ad-
livered by Rabbi
P M m -. .. .-ua! leader
of the congregation.
Julius J ; P rlmutter, presi-
dent of the congregation, gave a
n r of the events of the past
veai lich an election was
held to choose a board of di-
ffi < for 'he coin-
.:.. ;.-.... Elected were Julius
Jay Perlmutter, Alfred Kreisler.
:).- => cir K. ..-". :. J I; i.-en-
.,.'. Clara Mae Van Ness.
Ml .'-.r.ri Berry. Mrs J. B. Keys,
Ai :. n Siegfried Geis-
:. 11 rge Bertman. David
5h ipii A. J Har-
L- n G: .-srr.an. Herbert
liuttman, Abe Schonfeld. Jay
Ben Tupler, Dr. Maurice
1 Edward Lassman.
Gulfstream Park Gets
High Official Rating
idy known as a show-
:' the nation. Gulfstream
P -1 ir the D^He Countv ,ine
S. Highway No. 1 at" Hal-
le, Fla.. was given an of-
iting this summer as hav-
ing the finest racing strip of any
horse racing track along the east-
ern seaboard of the United States.
The infield lake has been en-
larged and scenically completed
during the past summer. Fill from
th-. lake has been used to bring
up to grade additional parking
areas for the club house grounds
which will greatly facilitate rusl
hour traffic from the park.
Hadassah Makes Urgent Appeal
For New Clothing For Israel
The eight groups which com-
prise the Greater Miami Chapter
of Hadassah are engaged at pres-
ent in a concerted effort r.s part
of the nation-wide "New Clothing
for Israel Drive." Though each
of the local groups, through its
Beach JWV Auxiliary
Receives Citations
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
Post No. 330 of Miami Beach re-
ceived two citations during the
national conclave held at the St
Moritz Hotel Miami Beach, re-
cently. One award was for over-
all reports of work done by the
group prepared by President* Mrs.
Jennie Gerrig and the other was
for post's hospital work.
Mis Gerrig. who attended all
sessions of the meet welcomed the
delegates here on behalf of the
Miami. Miami Beach and Holly-
wood auxiliaries.
Other delegates from the Beach
post were the Mesdames Sadie
Reiner, Esther Sokolow, Lillian
Bookman. Evelyn Storch, Evelyn
Aronson and Lee Gordon.
Jews In Sports
By HASKELL COHEN
The B'nai B'rith organization
is making good progress in form-
ing a sport writers group in New
iork City. Several of the city's
outstanding writers and athletes
including Al Schacht, Dollv
Stark. Max Kase, sports editor of
the Journal-American and others,
turned out for an opening round
of talk in Toots Shor's Restaurant
recently. I; was decided to keep
the movement in abeyance until
the World Series was completed.
ow that the annual classic has
been packed away in moth balls,
another meeting looms. It is ex-
tremely likely that several pro-
motions will be worked out once
the group starts functioning.

Sid Gillman. young head foot-
ball mentor of Cincinnati, was
injured seriously in an automo-
ble crash recently. Gillman was
accompanied by his assistant
coach who suffered a skull frac-
ture. Gillman ended up in the
hospital with broken left ribs

Sid Gordon, Giant third base-
man, will make a speaking tour
very shortly. Watch for him in
your city. After his return he
will probably join a fast growing
television chain that uses sports
celebrities for sales purposes.
Sids buddy. Coach Red Kress,
was released by the Giant man-
agement a day after the World
Series Red is the fellow who
corrected Sid's batting flaw last
year. In pitching, batting practice
every day Kress noticed that Sid
was standing too far from the
P ,,v. rdon co"ected his stance
in 1948 when Red brought it to
nis attention and after that Sid-
ney became a terror with the
calymore.
own chairman and mmittet, ii
working independently, the proj-
ect as a whole is being directed
and co-ordinated by Mrs. Abra-
ham Gold. who. as Palestine Sup-
plies chairman, was appointed^
head the campaign by the chap-
ter president. Mrs, M It r. Sirkm
"The New Clothing for Israel
Drive." Mrs Gold p ints out. has
a psychological motivation. The,
refugees who have been entering
Israel by the hundreds of thous-
ands since the establishment of
the state, she explained, have
lived for years in i per-
sons camps, and in most cases,
have forgotten, if the> ever knew.
what it means to wear unused
clothing. It is believed that the
effect of fresh, new utfiti will
prove of therapeutic value. Out-
fits are being asembled from the
garments contributed accordingio
size and include every detail o(
apparel from ha", t shoes. "A
fresh start, a new life in a new
land" is the keynote of the drive.
Volunteer workers and contrib-
utors are asked to call Mrs. Gold
at 48-4322 any day after 6:30 p.m.
Kabbi Lehrinan
Lunch Speaker
"Peace is Possible'" will be the
subject of an addrr by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, at the annual World Com-
munity Day Meeting being held
on Friday. November 4, at the
Miami Women's Club.
The event is sponsored oy the
National Conference of Chi is-
tians and Jews with the coopera-
tion of the Council of Church
Women, the National Council ol
Jewish Women and the Counci.
of Catholic Women.
Mrs. Glenn James, program
chairman, has announced a series
of forums and discussions w
the feature address by Raboi
Lehrman at the luncheon schea-
uled for noon on Friday. __
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STurshon named inairman ot neorew
Academy Anniversary Dinner On Dec. 11
CIVIC
Aaron Courshon. Miami Beach
leader, has been named
Irman of the second annual
gSS3 the Hebrew Academy to
f' held Sunday night, December
n l ihe Grossinger Pancoasl
Hnte'l Announcement of the
"en was made by Dr. DaV1d
S Andron. president of the aca-
^Courshon's selection as chair-
, nf the annual function was
K connection with his other civic
[n,k including membership in
B'nai' B'rith and the Beth Jacob
AOL Program To
Be Aired Nov 5
A mailman in a small town re-
bels when he finds that his in-
tolerant neighbors are trying to
destrov the store of a foreign-
born American they want to drive
from town in the drama "Blow
That Whistle," to be heard Sat-
urday, November 5, at 5 p.m. over
station WVCG, Coral Gables.
Participants in the fifteen-min-
ute liv< panel discussion to follow
immediately will be: George J.
Talianoff. Miami Beach attorney
and leader in human relations
activities, who will serve as mod-
erator: Chaplain James A. Bos-
ton, Veterans Administration
Hospital: Mrs. Delores Moran,
Cuban Tourist Commission; and
Dr. Seymour M. Blumcnthal, con-
sulting psychologist.
Everett Sloane, radio and screen
actor, is featured in "Blow That
Whistle," the latest episode in
the new series, "Lest We Forget
The American Dream," which
has music by Rosa Ria. It was di-
rected by Earle McGill and pro-
duced for radio by the Institute
for Democratic Education in co-
operation with the Anti-Defam-
ation League of B'nai B'rith.
North Shore Committee
Chairman Announced
The appointment of new com-
mittee hninnen by Mark Silver-
stein, president of North Shore
Lodee. has been announced this
week.
Newly appointed chairmen are:
Sam Weinfeld, Anti-Defamation
League: Mclvin Pazol, publicity:
Lester Lasky, B'nai B'rith youth
organization; A. J. (Stumpy)
Kaplan. B'nai B'rith Council; Leo
L Steinman, hospital and veter-
ans affairs: Melvin J. Richard.
legislature: Leo Solomon, tele-
phone; Sol T. Schwartz, sick and
visiting. Dr. Norman J. Russ, hos-
pitality: George S. Levinson, ini-
tiation: Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Hillel; and Leon A. Rapee, Amer-
icanism.
David Fenton, membership
chairman, has announced plans
for a membership smoker at the
Monte Carlo Hotel, Monaco Room,
Monday. November 14. A goal of
75 new members has been set for
North Shore Lodge by the B'nai
B'rith Council.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements is headed by Jack
Lawson who will be assisted by
Sam Solloway, Entertainment is
m charge of Sol Schwartz, as-
sisted by Leo Steinman. Refresh-
ment committee chairman is
Morris Roth who will be assisted
V A. J (Stumpy) Kaplan. The
reception committee includes Dr.
Gorman Russ. David J. Shiffman
and Sam Weinfeld. Publicity for
the annual smoker will be ar-
ranged by Louis Sherman and
Mlvin J. Richard, Miami Beach
ci-.v councilman. Invitations are
"Charge of Mark Silverstein
and registration chairman is Leon
Hapee with Dan Wolfson, assist-
ing.
An unusual feature of the
St"1' wi" be tne un commit-
tee headed by Leonard J. Tobin.
Cardiac Home Group
To Meet November 9
fwregulaI meeting of Dado
C$i Natinal Children's
th. w iIome' win bo neld at
nL Merbilt Hote1' on Wed-
frk November 9, at 1 p.m. Re-
ceHi,,Te.nu,S wiH be servl. Pre-
OTW the meeting. Mrs. B B.
Dr"" Pgram chairman, will
Mar hi r! interview with Miss
tor ann #?&' radi0 commenta-
p,0paild fashJ?n editor. A musical
OpELE" fOl|ow. Mrs. Ger-
side '-" P"--^ident, will pre-
Congregation He is also active
with the Miami Beach Elks Club
Normandy Isle Improvement
Ass'n, Miami Beach Business
Men's Ass'n. Miami Beach Hotel
Owners Ass'n, and is secretary of
the Florida State Apartment
House Ass'n.
Assisting Courshon with the ar-
rangements will be Isadore Gold-
berg. Matthew Silverstein. Jack
Satin, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Joseph
Cohen and Jack Burris.
The academy is conducted a6
a non-profit community service,
offering intensive Hebrew train-
ing, in addition to the regular
secular curriculum for children
from the first through seventh
giades.
Ft now has an enrollment of
175 youngsters including a special
kindergarten group.
Featuring an all-day program,
with special training in the arts,
music, drama and public expres-
sion, it is regarded as the mos;.
complete school of its type in
the South.
Launch Speaking
Course Nov. 11
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women. Miami Section, will
launch its current series of public
speakinu workshop classes on
Friday. November 11. at 1:30 p.m.
The course, consisting of six
classes, will be conducted by Mrs
Sydney L. Weintraub at the home
Of Mrs. Nat L. Williams, 114 2nd
Terr San Marino Island. Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Weintraub has prepared a
series which will include panel
discussions, committee reports,
radio broadcasting and im-
promptu speaking. Individual at-
tention will be given to charm,
voice, personality and dress. In
addition, the professional assist-
ance made available to particip-
ants at these classes will make
them comparable to a university
course, on a more intimate scale.
Enrollments are now being
taken by Mrs. Harry N. Sehiff.
phone 5-1906. until November 10.
The fee of $10 for the course of
six classes supports council's loan
scholarship funds.
v^enier I'lernrjeranip unit
To Give Progress Report
A progress report meeting of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
membership committee is planned
for Tuesday, November 8, at 8
p.m. at the Town and"Beach Club,
1 Lincoln Road.
Membership Campaign Chair-
man Ben Zion Ginsburg will as-
sign new prospect lists to the
committee and outline drive plans
for the coming month.
More than 40 men serving on
the committee will hear a de-
scription of awards to be made
to top membership workers in the
current drive. Books of current
IM-.M-li I.Oflgf Will
Present Sachar
Plans have been formulated by
the Miami Beach Lodge and
Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith",
to present Dr. Abram Leon
Sachar, first president of Brandeis
University, as their principal
speaker, Wednesday. December
14, at 8:15 p.m. at Miami Beach
Jewish Center, 17th St. and
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
ft is announced by David R. Isen.
president of the Miami Beach
Lodge.
Tickets at $1.25 each are for
sale at the B'nai B'rith Council
Jewish interest will be given to office. 330 Seybold Building, or
men enrolling five members or
more, and certificates will be pre-
sented to workers wno sign up
20 new members.
from any lodge member. Pro-
ceeds of the affair will go to the
Hillel Foundation Fund. Godfrey
K. Newman is chairman.
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Spaet Is Candidate
For School Trustee
Harold B. Spaet. prominent Mi-
ami Beach attorney and civic
leader, has announced his candi-
dacy for school trustee in the
November 8 election.
In making this announcement.
Spaet. who is a former associate
municipal court judge of Miami
Beach, said. "I have two youngs-
ters going to school and want
very much to see the best equip-
ped personnel employed by the
Dade County school systemper-
sonnel true to the American trad-
ition and the American way of
life, which at this time especially
is most important."
Spaet stated that he considered
the chief duties and responsibili-
ties of the office to be nominating
the best qualified persons for in-
structional staffs as well as otner
positions; consultation with par-
ents, teachers, nrincipals .nd
pup:ls regarding all matters per-
taining to welfare of the schools:
advising the county superintend-
ent and county board and making
recommendations on the general
welfare and needs of schools:
recommendation of tax rate for
the school program.
Active in civic work tor over
20 years, the 42 year old attorney
is president of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, a past president of
the Temple Israel, and vice presi-
dent of the Jewish Social Servi
Bureau. He has also served as
Harold B Spaet
sp :.- if the Children's Home
Society, director of the Miami
Beach Bar Association and a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the Gi Miami Ji
Federation.
Three trustees will be chosen
: r the office, which is non-
ied, on November 8. All reg-
istered Dade County voters may
take part in the election.
Al llirsrh Embarked On Boxing
Career Three Years Ago In If. V
Almost three years ag I
day. a rugged Jewish
New York's lower Eas: Side.
<: r.r.vi his first pair of b x ng
gloves to embark on what was
to be a brilliant career in the
squared circle. Since that e\ '-
lay :r. September. 1946. Al
: h has had 40 profess) nal
fights, winning 33 of then
via the KO. route. After cam-
paigning successfully in his home
state. Al decided to transplant
himself, mother and dad to this
land of sunshine and has taken
up permanent residence in Miami
Beach.
From the day of his first fight
in Mian::, his slugging style, his
boxing ability and his willing-
ness to give and take, made a hit
with the fans. The fans know-
that when the announcer says
"and in this corner, that popular
: weight Al Hirsch" and the
bell rings for the start of the
battle, they are in for a treat. He
has never let his fans down, even
in a losing battle. No one will
ever forget his two fights with
the older and more experienced
Sammy Secreet. where both glad-
iators stood toe to toe slugging
' away at one another until the
| final bell.
' Al has always given the fans a
Mrs. Bill Glick. pic-
tured here, has been
named chairman of
the women's division
of the Coral Gables
Jewish Community
Center S65.000 build-
ing fund drive by
Sam Silver, chair-
man of the cam-
paign. Assisting Sil-
ver with plans for
the drive are Sam
Weissel, Maurice
Corenblum, Sam
Schulefand. William
Pallot, .Meyer Baskin,
Herbert Gelernter.
Bill Glick, Joseph
Koen, Nat Winokui,
Lee Elman and Dr. I.
Berger.
Abdullah Opposes
Internatalization
Of Jerusalem
JERUSALEM. (JTA) King
Abdullah of Transjordan. who re-
cently completed a six-day tour
of non-Israel Palestinewhich he
refers to as -Western Jordan"
declared last week that he would
oppose internationalization of
Jerusalem, it was reported from
Amman
Speaking of Jerusalem and
Bethlehem, he said "there aie
some who advocate an interna-
tional regime for these cities, but
there are Arab cities and graves
of Christians and Moslems lie
scattered over them. We shall not
give up for we are unmistakably
linked with this land." the Trans-
jordan monarch asserted.
Transjordan has called off the
meeting of the special Israel-
Transjordan committee on Jeru-
salem which was expected this
week. Although no reason for the
postponement was given it is be-
lieved King Abdullah's recent re-
marks on Jerusalem are responsi-
ble for the move. The ultra-
Orthodox Neturei Karta members
who were arrested last week fol-
lowing clashes with Jerusalem
police over the holding of public
festivities in this city have been
released.
real show. In the past two years,
he has beaten such stellar per-
formers as Chuck Taylor. Frankie
Abrams. who just defeated the
highly touted Bobby Dykes:
Sammv Secreet. twice, and that
K.O. artist. Jimmy Herring.
In spite of a rigid training
schedule. Al has not forgotten
community obligations in his new-
home town, but has been a popu-
lar guv around the Miami Beach
YMHA. giving free boxing les-
sons to all the youngsters and
teaching them to live cleanly and
fight fairly in the good old Amer-
ican tradition. Ever mindful tnat
a healthy body and clean mind
makes for better Americans. Al
cautions his students to get plenty
of rest and not to drink or smoke.
This is a rule that he himself
abides oy. He is managed by
Lippie Briedbert. who also
handles another popular Jewish
gladiator. Hv Meltzer.
On November 10. Al will again
enter the ring at Dinner Key.
with Ross Virgo of Rochester as
his opponent. Ross, by virtue of
his recent decisioning of Tony
Pellone. has earned the coveted
N.B.B's 10th ranking welter-
weight rating. In his first appear-
ance in Miami two weeks ago,
Virgo beat the highly regarded
Charles Salas.
This will be another one of
promoters Mandell & DeTardo's
all-star attractions at the Dinner
Kev Auditorium.B.G.
Shown in a scene from Der Punmspieler." an uproariou,
comedy with ongs and music by N. Brodiky. are Hymie Jacobin
Miriam Kresayn and Zigmund Turkoff. The Yiddish film oZi
at the Plaxa Theatre on Tuesday. Norember 8, for a week's .
gagement._____________________
Mrs. Westin Entertains
Mrs. Irving Westin. chairman of
Hadassah Supplies. Miami Beach
Group of Hadassah, was hostess
at a luncheon meeting for her
committee on Tuesday, October
25, at 10 a.m. at her home, 1021
W. 46th St., Miami Beach.
The Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine has again asked Hadassah
to sponsor an emergency drive
for new clothing for the 70.000
immigrants who are in camps in
Israel.
Mrs. Westin's committee in-
cludes Co-chairman Mrs. Al
Osheroff and the Mesdames J.
Joseph, Leon Berg, H. Gordon,
L. Shafkin, M. Wolf and the ex-
ecutive board of the group in
formation on th;> ; ,
obtained by calling Mrs. Westin
estin.

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Heach Political
Unit Will Open
liuforoom Sunday
A young political organization,
the Democratic Laborers Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach, will cele-
l.i-ite the opening of its clubroom
the Blackstone Hotel, 8th St.
and Washington Ave., with an
oSen house all day Sunday, No-
vember 6. unt.U 2 am.
President Jack Marcus has an-
nounced that members of the as-
sociation will be present at all
hours to explain the aims and
', omplishments of the group
Refreshment! will be served
throughout the day and night.
according to its charter, grant-
,,l in June of this year, the as-
sociation has among its objects
"to Dromote and foster a wide
ieVel of interest in civic better-
ment and municipal affairs
;iinong permanent residents of
Miami Beach who are also en-
gaged in obtaining their economic
livelihood in and on Miami
Beach."
Besides Marcus, other officers
.,.-, W. Rabinowitz, vice presi-
dent: Joseph Reynolds, treasurer:
Ted Nelson, executive secretary,
and Michael Allen, sergeant-at-
... .ilS.
Book Review Scheduled
Golds Meyerson Club of the
Pu.neer Women will sponsor a
book review on Sunday, Novem-
ber 8, at 8:15 p.m. at Congrega-
tion Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will
discuss Chaim Weizmann's auto-
biography, "Trial and Error."
Vocal selections will b? pre-
ted by Sarah Ann Brameister,
a graduate of the University of
Miami and member of the Beth
David choir. Israel movies will
i be shown.
Admission is 50 cents and the
Dublic is invited.
Beach PTA Breakfast
South Beach Elementary School
PTA invited mothers of the sixth
ade children to attend a break-
fasl at the school cafeteria at
|i 30 a.m. on Thursday, October
2j Purpose of the breakfast was
to discuss problems pertinent to
this grade level. Leading the dis-
cussion was Miss Malvina Weiss,
principal, and the sixth grade
teachers, Mrs. Bleich, Herbert
Silver and Frank Needham.
Breakfast was served by the re-
fi eshment committee.
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk was first to greet Jackson
Holtz of Brookline. Massachusetts, on his election as national
commander of the Jewish Var Veterans at the Delano Hotel.
Workers Alliance Will
Meet Wednesday Eve
The Ben Gurion Branch of the
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance will hold its next meeting
on Wednesday, November 9, at
8:15 p.m. at Congregation Beth
El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Al-
fred Mamlet will be guest
speaker.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
ADVISES THE PUBLIC:
1. To buy meat ONLY where the sign of the G.M.V.H is DISPLAYED.
;ih tills is the only aaaurance that the stor.- la endorsed D) us.
2. To buy poultry ONLY with the ring Of the Q-M-V-H.. ."
assures you that the shochet Is under the constant supervision
<>f the rabbi.
Other Information in the field of Kashruth In this area may
Dc obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph B. Rackovsky, MS
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Phone 5-35*5.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pre.. H. SOOTIN S.
A. M. BEAR. Vice Prei. S l-OBEL. T
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Pti: 86-7331
MEMBER:
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Federal Home
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RESOUdCES OVER $15,000,000
I amain Chapter
To Sponsor Party
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will sponsor a card and
lawn party on Sunday. November
6, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Slotsky. 2185 S.W.
17th St.
Proceeds are earmarked for
Mizrachi's latest project the
group's 49th in Israela farm
school and home for 150 children
at Tel Arish. Israel.
Admission is one dollar and the
public is invited. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs.
Slotsky at 82-0912.
Fox Re-Named Editor Of
Normandy School Paper
Ivan Fox has been selected to
head the Normandy School news-
paper for the second successive
year. Issued weekly, the paper is
in its fourteenth year of publica-
tion and is distributed not only
to students but to alumni
throughout the country.
Other appointment are associ-
ate editor, Eddie Cooper; gram-
mar page editor. Ellen Ostroff;
feature writers. Jack Silverman,
Carol Elin: reporters, Betty Kap-
lan. Shirley Handelman. Bob
Kassman, Sonia Zacharia; dis-
tribution. Bob Ackerman, Bob
Packer.
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jwiaiutVon lu"nd>. Home for the Aged held at the Delano Hotel Tuesday-
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Bill Meyer United
The marriage of Miss Florence
Sissenwine. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hany I. Sissenwine, 2360
Alton Road. Miami Beach, to Bill
Meyer, son of the Louis Meyers.
301 N.W. 105th St.. was solemn-
ized by Rabbi Colman A Zwit-
man on Sunday. October 16. at
the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach.
The bride wore white mar-
quisette over white satin and
carried a bouquet of white carna-
tions. Her illusion veil was so-
cured by a tiara of orange blos-
soms? Mrs Leonard Holler, sister
of the bridegroom, was mat: on
of honor. Leonard Hellc. was
best man.
A reception and buffet dinner
at the hotel followed the cere-
mony.
The former Miss S:ssenwine is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
School. Mr. Meyer graduated
from the University of Mis
Following a wedding trip to
Narcoossee, Fla., the couple will
reside at 2120 S.W 1st St.
Marilyn B. Prank,
Marshal Faust Wed
Ardmorc J'hoto
'.
Bill ::.;
Mrs. Robert Z. Alpert
Bowen, Alpert
A high noon ceremony at the
home of Rabbi Colman A Zwit-
man united in marriage M;,s
Barbara Ann Bowen, daughter of
Mrs. Mildred Bowen ,,f Holly.
wood. Cal.. and Robert Zar.i Al-
pert, son of Mr and Mrs. ;.
Alpert of 3930 North Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach. The Z. it.
man home was decorated with
roses, gladioli and pom-]
the occasion.
The b.ide carried a trip white
orchid on a white bible trimmed
with streamers anc. orange blos-
soms. Mrs. Milton Kussbaui
ter of the bridegroom, was mat-
ron of honor. Fredelle Nussbaum
niece of the bridegroom
flower girl.
Milton Nussbaum was best
for his brother-in-law and
ing were Joel Sulzman.
Kahn. Robert Freedman. Robert
Merritt.
Mr. Alpert is a graduate I Mi-
ami Beach High School ai
tended the University of
A Navy veteran, ne is now as-
sociated with Kahn and Alpert,
Inc., in the insurance depa
The couple is now honi
ing in Hollywood. Cal.. w
reception in their honor : m-
ned for Sunday. November .]
and Mrs. Morris Alpert an ring
to Hollywood for the event.
Upon their return from the
West Coast, the newly wed 5 will
live at 2031 Meridian Av Mi-
ami Beach
ving l-coven
.. fathei re-
tion Miss
Marilvn Bettv F ightei
: Mr.- H Frank
I ':-. St.. M ar I th<
; ne Henrj Pell F an
Mars* Paul 1
n Oci
[ Irving '.. r in
ficiau 1 at thi '-
. Th( id gr m a nativi
New V I '
Mrs Jack J 1 Sigmt
Faust
The bridi
tress *
j>nes. Hi I m vei
: :-. .. : fashi : -
- Ik ai :"
.
Mrs St nlej A Fr nk th
bride's sister-in-
tron t honor in 1
with an Stanl
A. Frank -" nan
Th-. I ?.:.: : Ul<
gues bl..: silk iress
v ith -
bridi -. .
frorr N York for 1
chose a
bodice Shi led m i chid
Follow ing r... a n-
: ras held ir Man
Hotel Thi
Mis Mi Faust
is in i 5ir.es -
in-la
Jr. Hadassah Meets
Th< Miami Bea< h unit I J uni
Hadasi a gener;
Thu November 3. at 8 p m
at the Van ill H All
-ale of
bricks and
at thai
Prior to her marriage in New
York City's Essex House on
October 23. Mrs. Martin Rosen
was Miss Doris Brody, daughter
cf the Jacob Brodys of Norfolk.
Va- Mr. Rosen is the son of
Mrs. Sam T. Sapiro of Miami
Beach.
Pioneer Women
Will Sponsor
Linen Shower
In answer 1 rgei
t Israel foi linen nd
tes for tl
P. neei Clufc S One of M
pons
n S lay. Noven at i
prr longregat Knes th Is-
:-.:: Eui. Ave Mii
rding '' Hi
S tiir president
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add]
Hebrew Aeademv Women to Sponsor iNorma Thalblum
:{->loiiili Adult Kdueation Course Betrothal Fold
The first s minar of adult education sponsored by the Hebrew i
-X. [e, nen will be held Monday. November 7, at 1:30 p.m.
This seminar will offer many parents and friends of the He-
brew Aeademv. as well as other adults in the Greater Miami area.
an opportunity to further their education in a comprehensive course
of studies including conversational Hebrew, laws and customs in
the Jewish home, and Hebrew music. This series is scheduled for
the months I N vember, December and January and will be given
- iv :-. M. r.riav and Wednesday afternoons from 1:30 to 3
Under the supervision of Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney with the
ssistanc ther experienced instructors women of Greater Miami
a ill now be able to obtain the advantage of a planned, cultural
X: ited numbei of applications will be accepted during the
oext :' ailing the Hebrew Academy at 58-4641.
M: s. Alfred St ine, pres:dent of the Hebrew Academy Women.
:..is announced that the group's first social event of the season, will
be in the form of all games night. Monday. November 7. at 8 p.m.
at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. Mrs. Theresa Arnold Brand is chair-
man of the
A cultu n prepared for the year by Mrs.
5i lies of lectures will be given by various
fields of education, hygiene and child psychology.
i it itti nen serving with the president include:
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz and Mrs. Melvin Tannenbaum. membership:
ff. life membership: Mrs. J. L. Shawmut. scholar-
ship: Mrs. Jack Burns, hospitality: Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman. library:
Mrs Irving Firtel and Mrs. Irwin Makowsky, room mothers: Mrs
; Mrs Samuel Cohen, journal: Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
. man of the board.
Beth Sholom Opens High || School For Jewish Studies Plan l.iiiieheou
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Wom-
Sorma Thalblu'
Mr.
Beth S lom is school
ann I its new-
est ti nt the a.-
: r Jc .. ish studies
en's Chipter president. Mrs Sey-
mour Satin, has announced that
her chapter hopes to attain its
M ;- n n-agi
x quota of new members set by thn
Hi languagi n w National B'na: B r:th
np -- every Wednesday and ship Drive during a
. and Mrs. Bdwa
blum of 835 Jefferson Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, announce t:
ment of their daughter. Norma,
to Nat Shusterman of M ntreal,
Can; da
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High Scho and
attended the University : Mi-
ami. She is treasurer of the Ciara
Hirsh Landau Chapter of the
B'nai B'rith Young Women
Mr. Shusterman is a g:
of Sir George Williams C
in Montreal where he majo:
7:._ .i r.ir.r :: 7 :
In making the announcement.
.'.;.- Le r. J Eil. chairman of
lb :.: i the
fact that thi se Hebrew .-curses
: thei n Jev ish fc si y nd
. ms are be-
all to n-agi hi
the mr unity N special pre-
ites .: n< essary Credits
Member-
, in .viomieai "licit "^ .....
luncheon*! m commerce. He is president of
-; -i-
-
be
pi n a.
the latest Israel :
:
A a.:.--. "
ti
M i Seitlm s ol
thi nr a unit} I ittend t meet
s grave i erg ncy
_' I graduation
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COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES
Auspices of YM & WHA presents 1949-1950 program
Not. Dec.
28 Joseph Fuchs 27 Solomon
Jan.
30 Marko Rothmueller
Max.
20 Elena Nikolaidi
$'50 pl-. taxphone 5.S3-9. On Ml* t VM 4
M an. Beaen Rialc. "219 Lincoln rtotd. Conde".
Am^dona. Man-i and Cctl Oablta.
Feb.
27 Jose Lirr.on it Co.
Series jupaer pt,o-a
WM -Sit Bay R:ad.
224 Was- -gtcn Ave
Keaeh V To Hold
>i|iiir* llaiKM*
B YM-WHA
will si ; lanci
N vember 6. it
a: the Y, ling an an-
-. tin emer.l M n Sii kin
-::. Butt Paige and
his Red River Boys will play for
ng Enti rtaini ent n I
ents sad n ': fames aro en
. r.da
A. -.-.:-- -f Y s-rcia; -rr.-
'... .'. '.'. ae :ae first mi m-
oership event of the year ana is
pen tit Um a ibli T rketi ^;.
bw obtained it th t thi
do--
meeting at which all new mtm- [District Association of Bnai Br.in
Young Men. and past president
of Sir Herbert Samuel I
Chapter 8, Montreal.
The wedding will take place on
December 18 in Miami 3esch.
The couple will make the:
in Montreal.
Betrothal Revealed
Mr. and Mrs Eli M Bi< ,
West 46th St.. Miami Bea
nounce the engagemer.:
daughte-. Harriet M.. U) Jules
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs ">
Miller, Baltimore. Md.
The wedding will
Nov. 22 at the Belv.
in Baltimore.
bers will be guests of the officers
and board. The luncheon will be
held December 15 at the Atlantis
Hotel roof. It is planned to award
a grand prize to the member or
guest who brings in the most
n< members and everyone
br:ng:ng in five new members
will be the recipient of a special
.::t Mrs Sam A Goldstein is
membership chairman.
PI ns : r the luncheon progiam
will be discussed when the beard
t directors meet on Thursday,
N'ovember 10. at 1 p.m. at the
home of Mrs Harold Turk. 4312
R >al Palm.
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(Paris Scholarship)
RESUMES TENTH SEASON MIAMI BEACH
SINGING LESSONS
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(Specializing in Teen-Agers.1
CALL 58 0756 FOR APPOINTMENT
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ersonaTTySpeakTng
Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. Kline, 966 N.W. 4th St., announce
birth of a son, Stephen Michael, on October 26 at Jackson
It. rinl Hospital. The mother is the former Lily Alexander,
Ewer of Nathan Alexander^ 1756 N.W. 16th St. Paternal
.Hnarents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, 811 N.W. 13th St.
|OuW
Itheb
lOhio
launt,
|Mark +c *
|ha. f!town guests at the bris, which was held Wednesday, were
[the
[Ohi
' Donne1 and Mrs. Sam Chanin, all of Macon, Ga.
baby's great grandmother, Mrs. Ida Ngchman of Columbus.
Brio- his great aunt, Mrs. Joe Vogel, Delaware, Ohio; a great
it, Mrs. Eva Cahnin; a great uncle, B. Chanin; cousins, Mrs.
iucKie iNaaeTBecomes
Mrs. Harry Cygielman
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Glickman, 275 S.W. 4'3rd Ave., an-
ounce the birth of a son, David Edward, on October 28 at
ackson Memorial Hospital. The bris will be held today at the
home of the parents. Mrs. Glickman is the immediate past presi-
dent of 'he Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish
;ongiess. *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm Ave.,
ave returned here after visiting their children and grand-
hildren in Los Angeles and Chicaqo. While in those cities,
Prosterman, who have been active with the Jewish National
und here for many years, made an inspection tour of JNF
trices there.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Goldstein, 6337 S.W. 14th St., announce
e birth of a son, Mark Leonard, on October 21. Mrs. Goldstein
, the former Mona Pastroff, daughter of Mrs. Anne Pastroff.
aternal grandfather is Alex Goldstein.
^^ ^* "^
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 327 Jefierson Ave., Miami
ch, recently returned from New Orleans, where they attended
e wedding of their son. Dr. David Seitlin, to Miss Hilda
onkelowitz.
* *
Mrs. Philip Kachalsky, accompanied by her daughter,
lorence, arrived here from New York last week to spend a
onth's vacation with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
s Jack Brettholtz, 3470 S.W. 10th St.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal have returned to their home
244 W. Rivo Alto Dr. following a vacation spent in Monticello,
Y. Dr. Rosenthal has also reopened his office at 420 Lincoln
d.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, who have resided at the Adams
btel for the past six months, have moved to their apartment
318 21st St., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rubin of Fort Pierce announce the
th of a son, Michael Allen, at St. Mary's Hospital in West
lm Beach.
* M
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Davidson have returned to their home
Lake Worth after visiting Mrs. Davidson's parents, Mr. and
is. H. R. Geller in Harrison, N. Y.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert left this week to make their
me in Bangor, Maine. Mrs. Gelbert has been a member of
e Jewish Floridian staff.
-fc *
Mrs. A. M. Dorff of 972 S.W. 3rd St., recently underwent
gery at Alton Road Hospital and is now recuperating at
me.
* *
Dr. Joseph Feldman has returned to West Palm Beach to
actice following a refresher course in New York.
Il Plans Rally
The Beth David PTA will hold
a membership rally on Monday.
November 7. at 8 p.m. at the new
synagogue. S.W. 3rd Ave., be-
tween 26th and 27th Roads.
An open forum on "What Do
We Expect from Beth David?"
will highlight the meeting. Mrs.
Earnest Sussman will give the
keynote speech. Mrs. Edward
Safer and Frank Rose will lead
the discussion and Carol Washer
and Stanley Rose will express the
point of view of the children. Fol-
lowing discussion from the floor.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will give the
summation. Vocal selections will
he offered by Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
Mrs. Earnest Sussman, who is
in charge of arrangements, will
be assisted by Mrs. Max Shapiro
and Mrs. Alex Stiebel. Mrs. M.
Grant heads the refreshment
committee. Past presidents of the
PTA will receive.
*
Mrs. Harry Cygielman
After a wedding trip to Ha-
vana. Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cygielman aie living in Miami
Beach.
Mr. Cygielman und the former
Jackie Nadel exchanged vows De-
fore Rabbi Colman'A. Zwit nun
October 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Monte Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Nadel. 2541 S.W. 24th
St.. was given in marriage by
her father. She wore a white
satin gown with lace applique
around the neckline and on the
front of the skirt. Her full length
illusion veil extended from a cap
of satin. Valley lilies and orchids
formed the bridal bouquet.
Mrs. Milton Weinkle served as
matron of honor. The Misses
Elaine Warriner and Dolores Bass
were bridesmaids and Lynn Iris
Fcnster, cousin of the bride, was
The engagement of Miss
Shirley Lee Goldstein to Dave
Altschulei has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Goldstein, 1864 S.W. 24th
Terr. The wedding will take
place next June.
flower girl. Attendants were at-
tired in gold, mauve and green
satin and carried pompons in
contrasting shades.
Dr. Ralph Gebhart. Charleston.
S. C, was best man man for his
cousin, who is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eddy Cygielman. 4370 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach. Ushering
were Moses Zucker and Seymour
Rudich. also of Charleston.
At the reception which fol-
lowed the ceremony Miss Betty
Moses kept the guest book.
Uenter Women to
Hold Luncheon
A board meeting and member-
ship luncheon of the Sisterhood
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter will be held Monday^ No-
vember 7, at 10 a.m. in the
center dining room, it has been
announced by Mrs. Harry Rogers,
president.
A brief business meeting will
be held, at which time the sister-
hood will discuss the financial
support and building of the new
Hebrew school on the center's
ground at 17th St. and Washing-
ton Ave.
Board members have invited
prospects to this luncheon event
to be followed by a social after-
noon. Membership chairman.
Mrs. Samuel Lipton, and social
relations chairman, Mrs. Sam
Wiesen, are in charge of arrange-
ments.
Similar luncheons are being
planned during the coming month
as part of the current member-
ship campaign.
Teen Agers Organized
Boys and girls between the
ages of 13 and 18 are urged to
join the recently organized teen-
age group ol the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Cen-
ter, according to an announce-
ment by William Kneapler, cen-
ter president.
The organization meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30. Addi-
tional information may be ob-
tained by calling Miss Helen
Frank at 88-1066.
Now Accepting Reservations
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Pictured at the installation
uncheon of the sisterhood of
*e First Jewish Congregation
ft Coral Gables, held on Wed-
iefay. October 19, are (1. to r.)
Mrs. Ben Friedman, past presi-
P'nt; Mrs. Max Fishman, presi-
dent of Israelite Center Sister-
food; and Mrs. Arthur Borok,
resident. Mrs. Fishman in-
failed the officers.
ELECT Ernest C. 'Ernie' Allen on
FOR MIAMI City Commission HBl
MIAMI NEEDS LONG-RANGE PLANNING PRIMARY ELECTION NOV. 15. 1949 fP.ud Pol. Adv.) dSi
K Zo?/ 1 CeM\ating Out J5lh ^Innh-eUaii/ \ mff f
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.
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
or MIAMI
45 Northeast First Avenue
An Important Notice to Greater Miamians:
Recently, we announced that our 15th Anniversary "open
house" would end October 31st. But, so many, many re-
quests from our own family of more than 26,000 members,
asking us to extend it further, has actually surprised us. They
feel that our "open house" has done much in the promotion
of thrift, and that an extension would give many of their
friends the needed inducement to start them forming the
worth-while habit of saving for their important tomorrows.
We can't help but agree with our family. So, we are happy
to alter our plans accordingly .
Our 15th Anniversary "Open House"
Has Been Extended!
(The closing date will be announced later.)
Join Your Friends in the Dade Federal Family,
Open Your Savings Account Now!
WE HAVE A FREE VALUABLE GIFT
FOR NEW SAVINGS 'ACCOUNTS
OPENED WITH $10. OR MORE.
Your Dade Federal Savings Account is Federally
insured up to $5,000, and earns liberal dividends,
compounded semi-annually. We are open from
9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Mondays thru Fridays and from
9 A.M. to 12 Noon on Saturdays.
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d $24,000,000.00 Reserves Exceed $1,750,00000
jwlVliatTon luncheon of "th. Miami Beach Auli*rytc.the Jewi.h wi^mi Wo^Ma
Home for th* Aged held at the Delano Hotel Tu.aday. Hiyi-u-ia-fa
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Jacob Brandon, Mayor Turk To Speak
At Beach Lodge "Friendship Night"
A "Friendship Night" meeting
will be presented by the Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on
Wednesday. November 9. at the
Delano Hotel, it is announced by
David R. Isen. president.
Featured on the program will
be the Honorable Harold Turk,
mayor of the City of Miami
Beach, and Jacob Brandon, presi-
dent of Maimonides Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. Havana. Cuba.
Brandon, author and civic lead-
er, is one of the organizers of
the Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Havana. Following the
outbreak of serious incidents of
anti-Semitism in Cuba early this
year. Brandon took the lead .in
cooperation with the Anti-De-
famation League, in organizing
the public relations committee of
B'nai B'rith of Cuba which has
come to be recognized as the
central agency of the Cuban Jew-
ish community in building har-
monious relationships in the re-
public of Cuba. Brandon will dis-
cuss the B'nai B'rith program in
Cuba.
Brandon, born in Panama oi
American-born parents, saw the
birth of the Republic of Panar,
After his education in the United
States he settled in Cuba, when
he has identified himself with
Cuban educational and cultural
activities He was awarded the
Carlos J. Finlay medal for as-
sistance rendered I a group of
American and Cuban phy-\...:..-
in negotiations leading to I
tablishment of the Finlay In-
stitute of the Americas The
was personally presented
to Brandon by President Ful-
Batisti In H.. ana B<-
s d< s the Finlay med
received the Carl s Manuel d<
les award degret I Ca-
b tile i i tumai
." n b< hali
, i a] th usands : Gem an refu-
gees wh( : und as; Cul
ng th< Hith r hoi .....st This
.... ard as confei Presi-
Federico Lared 3: u th
th Cuban Em .--. W ng-
ton D C In 1945 Brandon be-
in* first nt .:
Maimc nides L dgi : B nai
B'rith
Mayor Turk n a< -
v in B nai B'rith 1
. s and is thi past
Miami, will discuss what Miami
Beach has done and plan-
in connection with creating good-
will and a stronger bond between
Cuba and the .United States
Among the many prominent
guests who have been invited is
Dr. Manuel Velasquez. Cuban
consul in Miami.
Godfrey K. Newman IS in
charge of the program and h
announced that the public is in-
vited.
Sliolt'iii Lotlgo To
Hoar Soul hern
AIM, Director
Dramatizati n ft!
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith for the prom I
of democi >up r< lati ns
will highlight thi n gular
ing 0f s: Ige. B'nai B nth.
Tuesday. N r 8. at 8:1
at Beth El Coi
W. 17th Av it has
nounced by J hn K
nl
This i nnual "ADL N ght will
. fjrst us --ire of
the status I irganized hate
its .:i th S uth by Alex-
M S uth-
ern :< gi nai >ffic I th Anti-
-. Leu gue in Atlanta
Prior t i assuming his p
. sition. Miller was direct
Campaign Strategists Planning the campaign of the Jewish Home for the Aged for $300 000
are the group of veteran campaigners shown above: Max Orovilz. co-chairman of advance aZ
Jacob Sher, co-chairman of special gifts; Harold B. Spaet. general chairman, and Harry BtrS,
co-chairman of special gifts._________________________________________________
Sfe em L ig< U B a
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Kadimah Hold*.
Si'im'iiar For
>OW >l'lllb*rs
A seminar for ers oi
:h Kadimah ... P
"'' men as held ''' ln
r. gh: at the h m< I Mi i L
J G Idman :-:;: S W ::-.-. Ave
Purpose : th e1 as 1
int the r
th< aims I th ganizat n an
to em
th< :
Included on the g up's
of experts were Mrs Albert Ber-
i n and Mrs Hai Id -3 S
past | ents Mrs Robert Mil-
ler, p | man Mrs
I Shkt lei s Mi -
Israel several times.
Sub;-. :> .-...-. .. .i
ntemp i arj scent in Israel th
hist ;:- and ideel.c;- | ...._ r-
ganizati n th< w rk I the M I -
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National Fund
WILL SHARE APT.
Lady with 4-room apt. wishes tc
share same with one or two ladies.
By year or season.
MRS. SARAH CHINMAN
1129 N.W. 3rd St.Apt 4
CALL 82-4968
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tosluiiK' llan?
Flagier-Granada Jewish
unity Center sponsored
nnual Halloween cos-
tumi at the Dora August
Memorial Hall 500 S.W. 17th
Ave. on Saturday evening. Octo-i
29
L-. R ithstein was chairman of,
On his committee '
Mi and Mrs Sam Kinch-
in r, Mr and Mrs. Sol Nisinoff.'
Mr and Mrs J iseph Masters and
Mrs Rothstein.
The gr up's Sabbath morning
y held at 3624 !
N W. 2nd St.. have been moved ;
to the home of Mr and Mrs.
ris Marks 4495 S.W. 2nd St.
Services will be conducted at 9
m every Saturday. .Anyone de- i
ng additional information is
-.tact Solomon Issen- |
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New Fish Delicacy
Produced By Mother's Co.
A n< >er delicacy, low in
calories and high in appetizing
r is Mother's Fish D'oeuvres.
a product of Mother's Food Pro-
- C Newark. N. J.
'.'. thi F.sh D'oeuvres are
kt ..--.- I.'. fish balls
thai me in v.......n -pa< ked jars
:..:.". --.-.e'.f storage
Tr. sy-to-open, easy-
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Each jar contains about 40
lU i'.-: balls made from an
'...-:..-. ned recipe that com-
-.ne'.y-chopped fresh lake
ggs and spices, cooked to a
firm yet delicate nsistemcy. In
ti n. each jar comes with a
th that lls in the re-
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Aronovitz Campaigns
For Quigg For City Post
Abe Aronovitz. Miami attorney,
in a radio address last week on
behalf of commission candidate
Chief Quigg. stated that many of
Quigg's most ardent supporters
were formerly on the opposite
side of the fence. According to
Aronovitz. the Chief has "fought
and worked for everyone's best
interestsrich and poor, white
and negro, irrespective of reli-
gion." Attorney Aronovitz also
stressed the fact that Quigg was
the sponsor of an ordinance to
banish the wearing of masks and
the burning of crosses in Miami.
Linen Shower Slated
Plans for a linen shower to be
held November 14 at Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob were discussed
Saturday night at a business
meeting of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Mizrachi Women, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Sarah Hochman, president.
Appointed chairman of the
shower committee was Mrs. Jos-
eph Brenner. Assisting her will
be the Mesdames Rebecca Pakula.
S. Weisman. S. Weinstein. Rose
Mazuer and G. Bogard. In charge
of refreshments will be Mrs. Ida
Friedman, who will be assisted
by Mrs. Rose Friedman.
the get-togethei ;
son and Ellen S n c,
of refreshments
The club, r: :. ,.po(
girls, is headed ttie Sinn
and meets i v ...jav 6
ning at the centi
' eve-
SAMUEL WEISSEL
Tri Beta To Install
The Tri Beta Council of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will hold a formal installation
party for four new members on
Sunday. November 6. at 7 p.m.. at
the home of Myra Gerson. 240
S.W. 15th Road.
To be installed are Eleanor
Janowitz, Sandra Bloom. Beverly
Shapiro and Marion Potampkin.
Lila Pearl and Sonia Caplin,
co-social chairmen, are planning
Pioneer Coi... -,-ir.K>-
man. property r.-. and well-
loved philantl says: "In
this day and agi iien the world
moves so rapidh FARR always
takes time for c.. nd leisurely
discussions of all vel problems
a splendid ti r."
FARR V .-.e'.Agni"
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Miamian Gets
Scholarship
i 0ctPi- J Rosenberg, son of Mr.
Jg%Z Ben Rosenberg. 3024
cw 6th St., has been awarded
?hV Norman Apell Memorial
Scholarship of the Carnegie In-
stitute of Technology.
The scholarship, given on the
*is 0f talent and ability, pro-
frsswnal standards and character,
was established in 1945 by friends
I* Sat Norman Apell, a Carnegie
drama student killed in France in
AURosenberg'also won the Gold-
bloom Memorial Award, given for
proficiency and development in
Hrama This was established in
memory of another Carnegie stu-
dent, killed in an airplane crash.
Jr. IIailassali
Gives Party
\ cocktail party was given
bv the Miami Beach unit of
junior Hadassah, Sunday, Octo-
ber 30, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the
,. of Mrs. A. Kogan, 3722
Roval Palm Ave., Miami Beach.
The party was given for the
Kj]l< who have sold $10 worth of
bricks in the group's drive to
raiso funds for the construction
of a building in Meier Shfeyah
Children's Orphan Village in Is-
The drive is still in process
and will continue until Novem-
ber ;>, when a dance will be given
at th>' Sorrento Hotel, closing the
campaign. The girl selling the
most bricks will receive an all-
exp'iise trip to Junior Hadassah's
national convention in Pittsburgh
the weekend of November 26.
The group held a dessert and
coffee, Thursday. October 27, at
8-45 p.m. in the Elbow room of
the Hamburger Hearth, 1549
Washington Ave., Miami Meach.
Mrs. Herbert Russcol spoke to
the group on present day Israel
and her trips to the resettlement
camps. Mrs. Russcol, who is visit-
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L Shawmut, 3176 Prairie Ave.,
Miami Beach, is a resident of Tel
Aviv Mrs. Russcol served in the
WAVES for two years and more
recently as a nurse in the Ha-
ganah.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
WITH
WIRT
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Are., Miami
Beach.
Friday evenine services at S:80,
Saturday morning at 'J a.m. and 111
the evening at 5: JO followed by Bhatos
Seudos. Dally services at s am.
Mlncha-Maarlv at 5:80 p.m. Kal>l>i
Jacob Amlron leads a class ill Minima
every evening at :,. Young Israel
iiii-inii. is from other branches are in-
vited to attend services and other
activities.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Late Friday evening service al 1:19
p.m. l.eon Bchlff and Cantor Maurice
Biamches will direct professional choir.
Kahhi Shapiro will discuss tli- sub-
ject: "A New Stateof Affairs." (Stan-
ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ham-
mersmith will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday at 9 a.m. Reception win
follow.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:1.1.
Rabbi Kronish will launch series of
four sermons On "Religion in Ameri-
can Life." His first topic will be
What Makes Jerusalem Holy to
Atnei lean's Three Faiths?"
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Services will lie held Friday evening
at ii:.10. Saturday morning at B:80.
Rabbi Mcseheloff will deliver the ser-
mon. His topic will be "Abraham's
Blessing." Cantor Peder will chant the
services. Mlncha at 5:30 followed by
Bhalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Daily school
from 3:3" to 6:30 Monday through
Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon on
Sunday.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday Service at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach. Sannlav
morning service at :> a.m. Rabbi will
preach on "The Weekly Portion of the
Law.'1 Daily services at s a.m. and
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Mofhay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct
services and deliver the sermon. His
topic will be "The Fear "f Old Age."
A r......plion will follow. Religious
school meets Sunday morning at 1".
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evenine service at S: 1.1.
In observance of 'Honor the Aged''
Week services will be dedicated to
the campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Home for the Aged. Judge
Harold It Spaet, immediate past pres-
ident of the Temple and president of
the Home for the Aged will speak on
"The Challenge Before Us." Bervices
Will be conducted by Rabid Zwitman,
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. Rabbi Malcolm M.
Sparer.
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Sundav morning services at '.'. Sunday
school registration now. open. Call
Irving Jacobs,,n at 19-7867,
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack- |
ovsky.
Frldav
eyening services at
Ml
The Miami Beach Beth Jacob
Yaail Hakashruth
presents to the Jewish community this revised and com-
plete list of kosher butcher shops and poultry markets
under our supervision. These are the only shops at present
being supervised by our Vaad Hakashruth. You may buy
' I any oi these with the utmost confidence.
Look For The Beth Jacob
Vaad Hakashruth Poster
Insist on the B. J. C. "Kosher Rings" on all poultry
Your guarantee of kashruth for the past ten years.
KOSHER POULTRY MARKETS
Guttman's Market, Gutlman and Lapot. 325 Collins Ave.
S & H Live Poultry Market. Elgison Bros.. 320 Collins Ave.
V/hite Rose Market, Berman Bros., 87 Washington Ave.
KOSHER BUTCHER SHOPS
Beach Food Center. Jack Pomeranii, 1421 Washington Ave.
Community Food Center. Deutch it Levenson. 451-453 41st St.
Crown Market. Herman Rakear. 1122 15th St.
Deutch Hotel & Rest. Meat & Poultry Supply. 951 Collins Ct.
Empire Market. Henry Wolder, 204 First St.
Guttman's Market. Nathan Slomkin. 325 Collins Ave.
Kahlenberg's Market. Sol Kahlenberg, 806 6th St.
Mel's Market, Sam Serlin. 704 Collins Ave.
Merlin's Market, Abe Rubin. 320 Collins Ave.
National Market, Diener Bros., 424 Collins Ave.
Normandy Market. Herman Goldberger, 1171 Everglade Cone.
Penn-Way Market. Sam Melnick. 1447 Drexel Ave.
Trachtenberg's Market. Rothstein & Winter, 1323 Washington
Ave. ,
Washington Food Center. Sam Deutch. 1051 Washington Ave.
Westchester Market. F. Woloder. 287 Collins Ave.
White Rose Market. Morris HeUer. 87 Washington Ave.
Whitman's Market. Pores & Whitman. 1325 Washington Ave.
For Kashruth information call: 5-1328
Rabbi M. Mescheloff. executive director
Saturday morning services at 8:30.
Rabbi will npeak on "Disharmony." Al
Haturdaj evening services the rabbi's
sermon topic will be "(ftrangers .ii
Home Mlncha ;.t 5:15 p.m. during
the wi k. s iturdaj at I p m,
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer,
Kabbala Rhabbos services FYldav
evening at 5:30. Saturday mornins al
9 a in Rabbi April win speak on "Our
Firm Resolution." Mlshnals i Ihhs al
4:30 p.m. followed by Mlncha and
Maarlv services Bar Mltsvah services
Sunday morning* at v::'i followed bv :
Bar Mitzvah breakfast. Sundav school
at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dalln 3:15 t..
4:15 p.m. Dally services at 7:30 a.m
and 6:80 p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho- !
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evenine services at 5:80,
Saturday morning at B:30. Mlncha at
5:13 followed 1>\ Sbalns Kudos. 8unda>
services at 8:80 a.m. Sunday school 1"
a.m. Dally religious school \ 10 to 8:30
Pally religious services 8 a.m. and
6 p.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.. j
Miami Beach.
Friday evening s,-i vices at .":'lft; I
Saturday morning at '.'. Mlncha at r,
p.m followed liy Bhalos Seudos. Dally
services al 7:80 am. and 5:50 p.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 916 Everglades
Concourse. Miami Beach (Aitz
Chaim Congregation).
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Saturday morning services at '. a.m.
United Jewish School. Main
Campus, University of Miami.
Classes at 10 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Hanson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:18.
Religious service to he followed by
congregational symposium. Rabbi nan-
son will deliver an address on ".More
Vital Even Than the Atomic Borne.'
Symposium on George Orwell's novel
'Nineteen Klghly-Four."
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue
Palermo near Le Jeune.
Friday evening services at 8:13.
Rabbi Skop will preach.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Rabbi Ever will give three sermons
iiiis Saturday- Theme for morning
service will be "The Biblical Sarah
ami the Modern Sarahs, Which Will
be dedicated to the new slate of
officers of the Ijidies Auxiliary. At
1:30 Itabbi will speak before Mlncha
on "Who Was the First Jewish Re-
former?" At Shalos Buedos Rabbi Ever
will apeak on "What Is Judaism?
Mlncha wili follow. Dally class, s in
session from 3:30 P.m. Monday
through Thursday, in a.m. Sunday
till noon. Plans are being formulated
to hold regular Sunday morning
breakfasts for the children under
auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 145 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at !' 1"'-
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Earl) Kridav services 5:89 p.m. Sat-
urday morning at 9:30 a.m. I*"
Friday services at 8:15. Rabbi Hontt
will speak on "If 1 Forget I ho-. rerusalem" in honor of Balfour Sab-
bath Day. sponsored by the Browarc
Zionist District. ....
Northside Jewish Center, 6600
Biscayne Blvd.
Important meeting at Harvey Seeds
Post American Legion, 6...... Biscayne
Mlvd Thursday, November 3rd at 8:30
o.m. ah Jewish families interested in
Jewish education for their children
and a synagogue for 'hfmselvea are
bulled Please bring fri-nds. RAbbl
Skop, of Coral Gables, and Mr.
Schwartsman, Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation will speak._________
BZB Entertains
BZB Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls was host to 20 new girls
at a "get-acquainted" pot luck
supper at the home of Sallye
Weinberg on Tuesday. October
18 All guests wore name tags in
the form of Stars of David.
The chapter's charity project
for the vear is the Cerebral Palsy
Association and members have
been assisting with the associa-
tion's current fund-raising drive.
The group is publishing a paper
called the Busy Bee. which comes
out once per month. Co-editors
are Lyn Weinberg and Bette
Fiedler. .
Future plans include a full ath-
letic program, a variety show, a
weekend meet and a show to be
presented before the Business and
Professional Women of B'nai
B'rith.
Al Weiner. versatile violinist of Greater Miami, and Barry
Mack and Porter Thomas, entertained executives of Food Fair
and a large crowd of Miami Beach people at a recent prevue of the
Miami Beach Food Fair Store. Weiner was called upon to render
a performance from Brahms to Bee Bop.
B'nai B'rith Units Reach Third Of
Quota In National Membership Drive
First report meeting of the
1949 B'nai B'rith membership
drive was held Thursday eve-
ning, October 27. at the B'nai
B'rith Council offices. Fourteen
lodges and women's chapters re-
ported a total gain of 425 mem-
bers. This represents approxi-
mately one-third of the goal of
1500 new members for the South
Florida area. The drive, which
is the first in the 106 years of
B'nai B'rith activity, commenced
on October 13 and will terminate
on December 4.
The North Shore '.'.'omen's
Chapter headed by Mrs. Malcolm
First, membership chairman,
showed ;he highest proportionate
gain with pn increase of 70 mem-
bers. Other drive leaders are
David Fenton. who is chairman
of the North Shore Men's Lodge
membership drive; Miss Miriam
Goldstein, Emma Lazarus Chap-
ter; Sidney King, Tropical Lodge;
Leonard Spiegel, Coral Gables
Lodge and Mrs. Nathan Strauss,
Sholem Lodge Women's /Chapter.
George J. Talianoff. general
chairman of the membership
campaign in South Florida an-
nounced that the members en-
rolled during this drive will be
guests of the Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. at a rally to be held
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on December 8 when Dr.
Abram L. Sachar. president of
Brandeis University, will be the
guest speaker.
1 Paul Weitzman Heads
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Paul Weitzman, Miami Beach
attorney, was appointed recently
by Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Turk to be chairman of the newly
established Beach housing au-
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Attend lladassah
Meet In Frisco
Mrs. Murry Grossman
Mrs. Murry Grossman, vie*
president. Southeastern
Hadassah. is flying to San Fran-
cisco to attend the 35th annual
convention of Hadassah as the
official delegate of the South -
n .... m, compris ng I
states of Florida. Georgia and
South Carolina
Hadassah has 46 chapters in
the Southeastern region with a
membership of 5.000. There are
eight groups in the Greater Mi-
ami area wit! --"'IP of
2.000
Representing I cal gi u]
the meet will be Mrs M
Alp..::, prt-si.-ier.'.. iLnr.o Scnesch
Group, M a B h Mi M s< -
S< ni -.:. G u]
Miss Lillii nan. presidi nt,
Miami Bea l B & P Gr< up; Miss
R >salvn Kl : | : lent M
B & P Gr
Participating in I prog an
i ill bt Aubrej Ebai Is el's
represent iti\ I tl L'n u i Na-
I '.: -
ministi f Israel G n
Chestc. B les of Connect
E Cant r of Hoi I: U. S
Sei tor BrU n McMah n
C nm
.' Gr ttend tl
: t g nal presidents ting
.... meetings
nvention
fron Novemb
13 .. conference
To Upon Monday. Novesnfoer 14
The Institute of Jewish Studies will open on Mo"^. November
14. offering classes for adults in Jewish studies. OaJ J^".,^
nl Hebrew, those advanced in text material "?" ,npliuir
:hh=;1|53sssss
American
community
i,ve books of
:In the light of modern Brcheological discoveries^!
semester will also include a stud) of Palestine in modem times
Reg stration for all courses will be held at Congregation Beth
El. 500 aW 7th Ave. at 7 p.m. on N venjber 14. The re will be no
fees except (1 regisl ation Adults are also urged to register b>
phoning the bureau 9-0489 or by returning registration blanks which
aVe being mailed I .all Je 'W-Lf^^E* of
tables Lodrfe Hill
Hear Halkin
Gilbert J. Balkin. director.
Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League, and
Ben Essen, founder oi the "Yid-
dish Night" program of Sholem
Lodge, will be principal speakers
at a membership smoker to be
given by the Coral Gables Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. on Sunday. Novem-
ber 6. at the Howard Johnson's
Restaurant at 3727 S.W. 8th St..
Miami, it has been announced by
Jerome R Adelman. president.
Subject of Balkin's address will
be "How the Anti-Defamation
League Builds Democracy."
Outstanding community service
project of the Coral Gables Lodge
and Women's Chapter since their
organizition has been the spon-
sorship of entertainment pro-
grams for the patients at the
Pratt Veterans Hospital at Coral
Gables. The group also cooper-
ates with the Florida office of the
Anti-Defamation League in
broadcasting the "Lest We For-
getThe American Dream" pro-
gram over stationWVCG
Beach Lenler
Balfour Day Friday
Annual Zionist Sabbath honor-
; mg Balfour Day will be held >t
| the Miami Beach Jewish Center
I on Friday, November 4, at ....
p.m. u
Rabbi Irving Lehrman win
preach on the subject Israel and
the American Jew." Grwtm.
j will be extended by Alfred S !"?
'president. Miami Beach Zioii!;
District, and Mrs. Milton S.rkin
i president. Miami Chapter of Ha
dassah, "'
Farewell Party
A surprise farewell party was
given by Mr. and .Mrs. Phillm
) Venet at their home. 2110 SW
1 14th Terr., on Tuesday night in
honor of her parents. Mr. and
I Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert who left
I this week for Bang,:. Maine
where they will make their home
A buffet supper was served to
the 25 guests present.
Jewish"Education. Jewish'Community Center (formerly YMHA).
Congregation Beth El and Beth David Congregation._____________
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Obituaries
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Cardiac Home
i.roup To Give
Membership Tea
The annual membership tea I
: Mian Chi pU t I th< Na-
ti ::. : Children's Cardiac Home
Id at the Mclvin Cohen
Hall at thi
on Tuesday. N -
:.H r 8. at i :30
p m
Rita S p h n .
m b e :' ship
man. has
:.:. unced that
tours of tru-
ll me will be
conducted for
both old and
new members
and urges tha.t
th se who
Rita Spnhu ish to take ad-
vantag) t this pr. rt unit)
'. ith the w rk being lone then
.. .
H ghlight : th tti n n will
fash n -.. v. ith C r net
Lothes from
y's Anj ne interested in
ng ; is aski I I
. tt( r.d.
I 'rolling Runs
For Off iee Of
school Trustee
Wirt Seeks Post
A former captain in the Mer-
chant Marino and now operator
of a local Atlantic service station.
Jack Wirt. candidate for city
commissioner, is an active civic
worker. A member of the Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce
and a Mason. Mr. Wirt is past
commodore of the Miami Yacht
Club and was also chairman of
the 1948 Biscayne Bay Regetta.
The candidate has lived in Miami
for thirty years.
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ly beautiful five acre estate, with
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Julius H. Erstling. 31 year old
Miami attornev. who recently an-
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: Florida, having received his
bachelor of arts degree and his
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L'nivtrsity :
After service with the Army
Air Forces overseas, he returned
Mia and entered the law
University of Mi-
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at tht !'. -. if Florida.
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lour City iomminnioner
HE K.\OWS THE PROBLEMS
OF THE WORKING MAN
LEONARD K. THOMSON has a record of business achievement
equalled by few men. Orphaned at the age of 13. the native
born Wisconsin boy. worked his way. step by step, to the
position he now holdsthat of one of the leading hotel execu-
tives in America. He was the first South Floridian ever elected
president of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce. He is
known throughout the nation for his sound business judgment
and fair dealings with all who have been associated with him-
He stands on his record as Mayor and City Commissioner tor
S-j years during and immediately following World War II.
Miami Needs LEONARD K. THOMSON
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949
* Jewish fhridfiaun
PAGE THIRTEEN

Tempi** Launches
Ailuli Education
Program Nov. Hi
Temple Beth Sholom will
launch a full-scale program of
adult Jewish education, under the
auspices of its adult education
committee, beginning Wednesday
evening. November 16, *in the
temple- For a period of six weeks
each Wednesday evening will be
divided into two periods. From 8
t0 9 p.m. three Hebrew courses
will be offered by members of
the religious school faculty.
Prayer book Hebrew will be
taught by Principal Sydney J.
Grcenberg; elementary conversa-
tional Hebrew, by Mrs. Rose
Marder; advanced conversational
Hebrew, by Andrew Kornreich.
Prom 9 to 10 a forum on "Why
Liberal Judaism?" will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion. Other series in this pro-
gram are planned for January,
February and March.
Members of the temple's adult
education committee are: Mrs.
Shepard Broad, Mrs. Joseph
Shawmut, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. .
Bertram Waller, Mrs. George Sut- '
cliffe, Samuel Segal, Jr., Mrs.
William Loeb, Mrs. William I
Masur. Mrs. Neal Kars, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mr. and Mrs. I
Frank Steinberg, Mr. and Mrs. I
Joseph Pardo, Mrs. Norman
Babel. Mrs. H. S. Kaplan, Mr. and
Mis. Louis E. Goldman, Melvin
Richards, Burnett Roth. Repre- I
senting temple youth are Shalomo
Shawmut, Charlotte Glyck and
Marilyn Goodman.
Further information may be
obtained by calling the temple
office at 5-6710.
Youth Advisers
To Hold Course
For Trainees
To meet the urgent demand foi
advisers to lead various B'nai
B'rith youth groups includ.ng the
AZA. BBG and BBYW, the ad-
visers' council of the B'nai B'rith
will conduct a brief training
course, consisting of two classes
to begin on Thursday, November
10, at 8 p.m. at a meeting place
to be announced.
"Guiding the young people of
the B'nai B'rith family should be
considered one of the most im-
portant phases of B'nai B'rith
work because they will be the
B'nai B'rith workers of tomor-
row.' Miss Selma Lewis. B'nai
B'ntl. youth director, said.
"These young people need en-
couragement and leadership it
they are to continue their ac-
tivities," she declared.
Msss Lewis said that all B'nai
B'rith groupsboth men's and
women'shave been asked to
lend their support by making an-
nouncements about the course at
their meetings. She urged them
to make an all-out effort 10 meet
the need.
Wellington organized the first
military police in the British
army according to the Encyclo-
paedia Britannica.
Elected lo the national board
of the National Council of Jew-
ish women at the organiza-
tion's six-day triennial con-
vention in Baltimore last week
was Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
Mrs. Myers is immediate past
president of the Miami section j
of the council and a former
president of the Southeastern
region of the group. Mrs. Irving I
M. Engel of New York City was
named president of the organ-
ization, which represents more j
than 85.000 women.
Commission Candidate
Has Varied Experience
Rcgina L. McLinden, who i
is running for the office of city
commissioner in the November
lb election, has been a resident of
Miami for the past ten years,
coming here from Hartford, Conn.
She attended New Rochelle Col-
lege for Women and Yonkers
Business College and studied pia-
no at the New York German
Conservatory of Music. She has
served as court stenographer,
taught piano, worked for a thea-
trical booking agency, prior to
entering the business field.
Mrs. McLenden. the only woman
candidate in the race, also oper-
ated a chain of drug stores in
Connecticut, was president of
Lormac Corporation and managed
several factories in the North.
Since her husband's death nine
years ago, she has been in the
real estate business.
Mrs. McLinden has three chil-
dren, Dorothy, who is now, Mrs
Jamer L. Garrison; Hugh
(Mickey), who is a sports writer
on the Evening Independent ot
St. Petersburg, and Helene,
a junior at Gesu High School,
Skop, Schwartzman
Speak To Northsiders
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Lou
Schwartzman were principal
speakers at a meeting of the
Northside Jewish Center held at
the American Legion Hall. 6600
Biscavne Blvd.. on Thursday, No-
vember 3. at 8:30 p.m.
Vivian Cirlin,
Herman Grayson
Speak Vows
Miss Vivian Cirlin and Herman
Grayson exchanged nuptial vows
Sunday in the presence of im-
mediate families and a few close
friends. The early afternoon cere-
mony took place at the home of
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. who
officiated at the service". A re-
ception at the Robert Richter Ho-
tel followed.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, 1745
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Mr.
Grayson's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Goldberg, 1940 Mar-
seilles Dr., Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore cream
colored heevy satin. The neckline*-
and the sleeves, which wer f
gathered at the elbow, were out- |
lined in Venetian lace and the
full skirt ended in a long court
train Her fingertip length veil
of French illusion fell from a seea
pearl coronet. The bride carried
a bouquet of white orchids and
carnations.
Miss Babette Cirlin, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor in a
light blue taffeta gown. Miss
Ruth Bernice Goldberg, sister of
the bridegroom, was attired in
pink chiffon.
Leslie Rome was best man and
Byron Cirlin, brother of the
bride was usher.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Cirlin wore blue chiffon.
The bridegroom's mother chose
white tulle and black Chantilly
lace. Both wore orchids.
The newlyweds are making a
tour of Florida for their honey-
moon and will reside at 2140
Biarritz Dr., Normandy Isle,
upon their return.
Mr. Grayson received his bache-
lor and law degrees at the Uni-
versity of Miami where he be-
longed to Phi Epsilon Pi Fia-
tei nity. He is a member of the
Florida, Dade County and Miami
Beach Bar Associations and also
belongs to Miami Beach Civic
League, American Legion Post
85 and is a charter member of
the Air Force Association.
Mr Grayson served four
years in the Air Force and OSS
His bride attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and was grad-
uated from the University of
Illinois where she was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
She also did graduate work at
the University of Wisconsin.
Pittsburgh Club To Swim
Members of the Gieater Miami
Pittsburgh Club have been in-
vited by Nat Hankoff of the
Monte Carlo Hotel to swim in the
hotel pool and attend a water
show on Monday. November 7, at
8:30 p.m., according to an an-
nouncement by Leonard L. Kim-
oail. president. All members of
the club are invited to be present.
Mrs. Herman Grayson
III! I nits To Hear
llr S. llluinenthal
Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal,
consulting psychologist, will be
the featured speaker at the reg-
ular meeting of the Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon club
on Friday, November 4. at 12:15
p.m. at the Downtowner Restaur-
ant, Seybold Building, Miami, it
has been announced by William
L. Pallot. luncheon club chair-
man.
A former professor of psycho-
logy and consulting psychologist
at the University of Miami. Dr.
Blumenthal has been a practicing
psychologist for the past sixteen
years. He will discuss "The Psy-
cholgist Looks at Marriage and
Divorce" and relate his actual ex-
periences in the adjustment of
marital problems at the Domestic-
Relations Court of New York
City.
Members and guests of the Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
luncheon club will hear Dr.
Blumenthal discuss the under-
standing and treatment of mental
and emotional problems of both
children and adults, at their
meeting Tuesday, November 8, at
the Hamburger Hearth Restaur-
ant, 1475 Washington Avc. Mi-
ami Beach, it has been announced
by Jack Gold, luncheon club
chairman.
A short talk by George J.
Talianoff, general membership
chairman of B'nai B'rith, will be
another feature of the meeting.
David R. Isen, president of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, will preside
and the public is invited.
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NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
iMsln-Ns HiiiliT tho fl.titlmis name nl
Capitol Sewing Machine at 131 w. "
iiu Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to
register snicl name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Hade County.
K""i,Ul- ALBERT IUVEBA
JOSEPH C. ROS-OH
Partners
11/4-11-18-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
',. undesigned, desiring t.. engage In
mil-s under the fictitious name of
Kilty Men.- Shop at 25o Wee Plaf-
Street. .Miami. Florida, Intends
realstei said name with the < lerk
th" Circuit Court of Dade County.
",;' B. ABONOPF
Sole Owner
11. 4-11 -IS___________
Shown her. (1. to r.) are Mi.i Clara Cold.nb.rgMr*. Jack
Udell, and Mr.. Fred Jon... who de arrangernents for the
installation luncheon of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to he Jewish
Hi\~.. i__.i_. ..... _i_- T->.i.nn Hntel Tuesaay.
installation luncheon of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to th
Hm for th. Aged h.ld t th. D.Uno Hot.l Tu.m.y.
,N TBPEDC?RC^.TPUc'o,i}STTOFNTHB
FOR DADE COUNTY, hUlRIDA.
N CHANCERY, No. 2814.
BELLA MOSKOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs.
Vm'lS MOSKOWITZ. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FrXlRIDA:
TO: LOUIS MOSKOWITZ
2137 Vyse Avenue
Bronx, New York
You are herein- required to file
vour appearance to Plaintiff's Bill Ol
ComplSnt tor Diverge to the above-
styled cause '>n pr before the I 08J
of li.M-eml.er. 194i otherwise the al-
legations < said Bill will be taken
hh confessed by you. ...
DATED al Miami. Florida, this i
,iv of November, ifl49.
"a> E II I.KATHERMAN.
ClerK of Circuit Court
""-'"" ('""" mv"\i. C. FBiaE,
Deputy Clerh
SAM SILVER
Solicitor fur Plaintiff
170:1 Con-resB Building
Miami. Florida
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Barbara June Block
Betrothal Revealed
Barbara June Block
Tho approaching marriage of
Miss Barbara June Block to Rich-
ard L. Cole, son of the Albert
Coles. 505 West 47th St., Miami
Beach, has been announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
I. Block, Chicago, 111.
The ceremony will take place
on November 23 in the Drake
Hotel in Chicago. Mrs. Dick Stern,
sister of the. bridegroom, will
serve as matron of honor, and
Stanley Gaines will be best man.
Following a wedding trip to
South America, the couple will
reside in Chicago, where Mr. Cole
is vice president of the Cole
Products Corporation.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Miami. Mr. Cole is
a graduate of the University of
Michigan.
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IF YOU DON'T WANT A
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Here is a 2-bedroom duplex, com-
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landscapped lot 150' deep. 2 blocks
from a synagogue, 2 bus lines,
shopping, close in to town. This
duplex is priced to sell. If interest-
ed come to 1134 N.W. 9th Street.
Then
We also have a 15 unit CBS apt.
bldg. beautifully furnished in the
heart of town Always rented and
believe it or notthis bldg will
pay itself out in 5 years.
RAY Z1EGLER
Broker
1208 N.W. 2nd St.
Phone 3-3713
Owner Insists
Here is a gold mine for anyone
wanting a dry cleaning plant and
laundry. Doing a terrific business.
Before you buy, owner insists that
you spend a week or two with
them and see for yourself the
business done. The plant is fully
equipped and has living quarters.
Price is ridiculously low
For further information call
ray ziegler
Broker
1208 N.W. 2nd St.
Phone 3-3713
Let's All Get Out
and Support
ELLENBURG
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TO SERVE. OUR
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ELECT
J. B. ELLENBURG
YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER
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*Jeistfk>ridliar)
Sororitv To Aid
Haven S<*liool
The Alpha Epsilon Phi Alum-
nae Ah ciation has selected the
Haven School tor mentally handi-
capped children, now under con-
struction in Kendall. Fla.. as its
first community charity project.
The association is sponsoring a
dance at the Versailles Hotel.
3425 Collins Ave. Miami Beach.
Sundav evening. Nov. t>. from 9
to 1 p.m. with all proceed! i
to the school. Contributions arc
SI.20 per person. Tickets may be
purchased at the door or by call-
ing Mrs. Jess Sp.rer. chairman.
a: 83-4521.
Mrs. Soirer and her co-cnair-
raan, Miss Henrietl Goldman, an-
r.j>uru-e ::...: --"* ''---
probably go toward buying badly
needed laundry equipment.
The school, which is tx in built
and furnished Mitirely through
contributi ns is a private non-
pro: : inst tut r and* trw onl>
n : it* I I '" ~: '
Bridge Winners Named,
Tournament Is Slated
Mr and ''. Herb* I Wilensky
ad Mrs R slyn H nd Mrs
Micke' R wen ihe winning
-- n ( st and s nd places
tiveh at the Miami Jewish
C rnrnunity C ntt Duplicate
Brid'ge T ieni M nday. Oe-
---
Mrs Sidney --
chairman nn ur : "
play-off touri m< ni I i ali first
ind second pi -' :' '' '"
held ..i the 150 S.W. li th
Ave n Now r 2 All past
n\ ;U r. : play.
Next res session will
m '. N vt 14 at p.i
All players 1 Mrs
: s s t
gins exact
.---. jcti ns t
- :,:.
Rice Plumps For Youth
Recreation Facilities
The prevention of juvenile de-
liquency through the provision of
adequate vouth recreation facili-
ties is among the projects which
will be sponsored by Jack Rice
if elected to the city commission
Together with a definite plan to
enforce clearance at all vacant
lots within the city limits, candi-
date Rice ..:>.' favors a survey ol
the city to determine fire hazara
p nts. In an open letter to Mi-
amians Mr. Rice stated. Every
-'uld have pro-
tection from the ever-present fire
,e. including our harbor.
W (.louses and th cioi-
lars worth I ts that
annually."
Mrs. Greenfield Fetes
Temple Grandmothers
v Charles Gr< enfield en-
ters of the Temple
Grandmothers Club on
.. October 28- at 4100 Pine
Tree Di Miami Beach This was
croup's first ail.....* the
n
A-- st ng the st< ss w n
n< s Herl ert U. I
nan Stella Hantn i :' Bul-
n L nis Zeientz and Isaac
Levin ,,
G.. -i- "
H Ki | an rarj crand-
... ^er wh has recuperated
illness, and the gi
it th i Mrs
- Mrs Stern and
:iara Hyman
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949
Palsy Children Feted
Mr. and Mrs J. Siegel
IH
the cS
:iaticn .: .
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S ns U .-.. Aux in
! tails. S
- fro: Scott:*
Stai
Ballet Class Added
Th Miami Jewish C mn anitj
Centei th rrr
. t lass t i .....-
iren fi rr th< thi ugh
St meet 1 -
> 2:15 1 Registi ati n began
Tui nd the class is open t
both mi s and n n-m<
nter
Th nstrucl Ost-

:.-.- luding a
ginning lass and an
ed class for On
evening at 7:30 he
.'- nodern dan
ss and :. .. in the process
ganizing teen-ag< lass in
may cal)
th nu: : details
Thi ratui t thi
. as rmerly used as the
int foi th< ters
Thirteen-year-o'd Bernard Harrison, of 2263 f-W. 21st St not
lackingTn "eckles himself, and desiring to help ^g******
feh."Red" Lake to the Miami city commission, has been working
with the aid of his 12-year-old friend. Barbara Smith at his own
John Red' Lake." ^____________________________
Miss Simon Makes High Stephens Elected
Set In Bowling Session
Temple PTA Marks
Third Birthday
A third anni%-ersa: y partv nf
the PTA of Temple Both Sholom
was held on Tuesdav evenine
November 1, in the Temple patio
Rabbi Morris Skop of the Coral
Gables Jewish Centei was the
; speaker. His subject, Arc You
i the Right Kind of a Jewish
'Parent?" was enthu.-ias; cally re
;ceived by the 200 paients'and
their friends wh'. attended the
I function. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman
: was hostess at the ial which
I followed the rabbi's talk She was
.assisted by the Mi ::..., Max
Diener. Eugene W( Leonard
Rusnak. Benjam.n Mandell, Wil-
: liam Masur. Lyon Pitt, Saul
I Cohen. Lyman Tu .:. George
i Sutcliffe. and Aaron Tubin. Mrs.
Alfred M. Mamlet. president of
j the PTA. presided at the meeting.
Polish Refugee Teaches
Boxing To Center Youth
Each Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock a group of b xing en-
1 thusiasts in their upper teens and
early twenties meet at :he Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
! gymnasium. 450 S.W 18th Ave.,
for training ses-: calis-
thenics, rope skip;, ns. ind spar-
ring under the -:on of
Jack Ossatonov.
Ossatonov. forty-.-a. uld. did
his competitive boxing in War-
saw. Poland, and ;- prisoner
in various concent tion camps
including Auschwitz and Buchen-
wald. Without the c mmand of
the English langu&j'-. Ossatonov
I demonstrates to the lasses, and
is assisted by the rentei athletn
staff.
Miss N'ataleah Simon made
high set with a total pin ball of
286 at the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center's Women's Bowl-
ng League session on Wednes-
day evening. October 19. Mrs
Edna Atkins made high game
with 110.
Tl league meets weekly at
the Rt : r. Bowling Center at
. and there are openings
al of the twelve teams
: r women who are interested.
'Madame Queen'" team is in
first place, with Mrs. Irene Wise
captaining. In second place are
the 'Super Dupers." Mrs. Thelma
Silbert's team, and in third place
are the 'Kinks." led by Mrs. Rose
Mackauf.
Ralph Stephens has
named executive vice president
of the Greater Miami Restaurant
Association. He succeeds Roger
Herndon. who has become field
director for the Florida Restaur-
ant Association.
The new vice president has
been identified with the general
food industry for the past 35
vears and has been a resident of
this area since 1924. From 1935
to 1940. he operated his own food
brokerage office. Since that time
he has directed food operation of
a number of leading Miami rest-
aurants.
been School Children Invited
To Center "Fun-Fests"
All public scho '. children are
invited to attend the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center's weekly
Friday afternoon Fur.-Fest" at
3:45 p.m.. at the center, 450 S.W.
16th Ave.. according Maurice
A surprise prograrr .= planned
for November 4 an vies have
been arranged for S vember 11.
For the future. a pup-
pet show, the ballet, Circus."
and a smokeless Indian oax.pfire
are scheduled. There is no ad-
mission.
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LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Condi tioned
THY
STAHL'S
FOR THE PUfBST
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At the l.tnrv.st Prirvs
1360 S.W. 8th Street
Through the efforts of the Lake Worth Hebrew Benero'.ent
Association and the Women's Auxiliary, a Jewish community
house in Lake Worth may become a reality during the coming
winter season. Tne building driye was formally opened at a meet-
ing held October 10. wren Mrs. Sam Aronberg. then president of
the auxiliary, presented Julius Kali, president of the parent or-
ganization with a check for SI.000. Leading the building drive are
1. to r. Carl F. Altman. chairman of ways and means: Mrs. Harriet
Michael, public relations: Julius Katx. Mrs. Sam Aronberg and
Harry Winkler. chairman of building and planning.
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*Jenisli thridSar)
PAGE FIFTEEN
jr. Hadassah To
Sponsor Dancp
rlhe Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
, '"h wiU sponsor a costume ball
Ed November 12, at 8:30
?' at ihe Beth El patio, 500
&W I'll' Ave.
Scheduled to appear on the pro-
0,am are Rita Ross and Ela.ne
Sachs who will present several
0 -eitv numbers; Florence Lov-
meer' vocalist; and Alvin
SchwarU. impersonator
Proceeds from the affair will
,eo toward the maintenance of
Lk an eleven year old orphan
Im Meier Shfcyah village in Is-
' 1 whom the unit adopted.
Miriam Scheinberg, dance
Irfiairman, has announced that the
I member who sells one hundred
I j0]lars worth of tickets or more
I jll receive a free round trip
ticket tu the Junior Hadassah na-
tional conclave in Pittsburgh dur-
ing the Th.mksgiving weekend.
Assisting Miss Scheinberg with
I arrangements are Joyce Arono-
Ivilz refreshments: Lee Silver-
man and Edith Feldman, enter-
tainment: Mickey Einhorn,
I tickets__________
Miami's First Need Is
I Industry, Wolfarth Says
Job security and increased bus-
iness opportunities were set forth
|bv city commission candidate
William I Bill) Wolfarth this week
las "Miami's greatest needs to-
Iday."
Sure, we need sewers and
Lidewalks," Wolfarth said, "and
|l aim in start work on them as
Isoon as I am electedbut my
Imam goal as city commissioner
will be to attract desirable in-
Idustry and bring more payrolls
|to Miami.
This program must be under-
taken immediately," Wolfarth de-
le!,red. "tu provide economic se-
Icurity Miami's rapidly grow-
ling population."
Wolfarth who has served as
Idiiectnr of the Miami Jaycees,
the Executives Association, and
(the Great! r Miami Aviation As-
jBociatiun. has been a leader in
She fight tu ouild a Pan-Ameri-
tan Trade Mart in Miami to win
pack from New Orleans the
Latin-Ann-: ican trSde supremacy
Which he says "should rightly
Wong to Miami."
The owner of Cushman's Bak-
ng Co. (not affiliated with the
Northern Cushman's), Wolfarth is
llso campa.;;ning for "more busi-
bess-like handling of the city's
linances tu lighten the people's
|ax burden"' and "more effective
ong rangi city planning to help
Miami become one of the world's
greatest, most prosperous cities."
He and his wife Mary have
lour children. They live at 2100
W. 23rd St.
TYS Club Will Install
Leaders At Party Sunday
Newly elected officers of the
TYS Club of the Miami Jewish
Community Center will be in-
stalled at a party for all members
and their mothers on November
6. at 8 p.m.. at the home of Ei.'een
Schumer. 2326 S.W. 24th Ave.
Miss Tobie Jacobskind ,the
club's advisor, will install Bar-
bara Chak, the new president, <
who, in turn, will install her I
officers.
Estelle Fleischman, past presi-
dent, is in charge of the affair,
and her committee members are
Eileen Schumer and Bobbie
Schecter. entertainment. and
Myrna Wasserman and Ruth
Dixon, refreshments.
Friedson Named
League President
Max Friedson has been elected
president of the Southwest Civic
League.
Other officers elected were
Norman R. Lyons, first vice presi-
dent; Jack Price, second vice
president: Mrs. Sidney Stepkin,
third vice president; Abraham
Price, treasurer; Lillian Smulson,
recording secretary; Ethel Lewis,
corresponding secretary; and Leo
Landis, financial secretary.
Appointed to serve as members
of the board of directors were:
Jack E. Schieff, Nathan Trauman,
Sidney Stepkin, Joe K. Cohen,
Arthur Deutsch, Sol Nissonoff,
Daniel Sonorof, Mrs. A. A. Hay-
den, Ed Moore, Moe Tendrich
and Ethel Schieff.
Ardmore Photo
Shown above are Stella Grey and her father. Burton Grey,
who have leading roles in the Temple Beth Sholom production of
"Stage Door," famous Broadway play by George Kaufman and
Edna Ferber, which will be presented on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, November 7. 8 and 9. at the Miami Beach High School
Auditorium. Mrs. Alan Herron, chairman of the Beth Sholm
Sisterhood's drama group, announces that all proceeds from the
play will go to the temple religious school, which is the sister-
hood's major responsibility. Tickets may be secured from Mrs.
Norman Babel. 5-5292.
FOR SALE
De Luxe Guest House
326 N. E. 21st St.
wly decorated and completely
uipped15 Bedrooms8 Baths
le living quarters for owner.
Immediate Possession
Film Highlights
Hollywood Youth
Unit Meeting
The motion picture, "Steps to
Safety." highlighted the meeting
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization. Hollywood Chapter, on
Thursday evening. October 27, at
the Jewish Community Center.
The movie was presented by Sgt.
I Ted Donath, Hollywood traffic
officer, and Patrolman George
Reichgott of the Safety Educa-
tion Branch, Florida Highway
Patrol, and was followed by a
question and answer period.
Morton Reiss, program chair-
man, announced that in observ-
ance of Jewish Book Month, Rab-
bi Jacob Honig of the Jewish
Community Center would Review
a book written by a prominent
Jewish author at the November
10th meeting of the group. The
public is invited to attend.
Meetings of the youth organiza-
tion are held each Thursday eve-
ning. Young men and women be-
tween the ages of 16 and 25 are
eligible for membership.
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With Board if Desired
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POSITION WANTED
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Mrs. Lefcourt Entertains
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 421 S.W.
28th Road, was hostess to new
members of the Miami Group of
Hadassah last week in the first
of a series of membership teas to
be held each month. Mrs. Morris
Skop spoke on "The Jew in Art"
and exhibited her painting of
Henrietta Szold. founder of Ha-
dassah. Katharine Belknap, con-
cert pianist, rendered piano se-
lections by Chopin.
Assisting Mrs. Lefcourt, were
Mrs. David Hess, membership
chairman, and her co-chairman,
Mrs. George Buch.
Opportunity
liable Man with Restaurant
PPenence to operate same for
Widow. References.
0- Box 3224, Miami 20
Theatre Party Slated
A theatre party has been sched-
uled by Tropical Lodge, Bnai
B'rith. for Saturday, November
5. it has been announced by A.
Budd Cutler, president. Alvin
Budner. program chairman, has
arranged for the lodge to attend
the University of Miami Ring
Theatre's production of In tne
Garden."
IF
You want to establish a profitable and dignified busi-
ness with a small investment.
thorough knowledge of your Jewish com-
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You have
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You are interested in building a
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istributorship to market "")
The Israel Music Fo
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Israeli recordings thru organirati'nr
a proven dlrect-to-consumer pro.i.-
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ISRAEL MUSIC FOUNDATION
Shapiro Named President
Of Fraternity Alumni
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach
attorney, has been elected presi-
dent of the Miami Alumni Club
of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Frat-
ernity.
Organized in Miami in 1946 as
an advisory body to the chapter
at the University of Miami, the
alumni club has members repre- I
senting colleges from all parts of I
the United States.
Other officers elected include:
vice president, Charles R. Jacob-
son: secretary. Herbert Goldfield: j
exchequer, Morton Bernstein;
sentinel, Martin Finkelstein; his-
torian, Franklin Nankin.
Goldfield, Bernstein and Finkel-
stein are all past master of the
Lambda Deuteron Chapter of
A.E. Pi at the University of Mi-
ami.
Melvin Finn, appointed by the
supreme board as Southern re-
gional chairman for one year, at-
tends the monthly meetings of
the Miami alumni group.
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
Letters To The Editor
i
Apologist
To the Editor:
I have just read Harry Simon-
hnffs article on Sholom Asch and
J sates, novel, the book "Mary"
In a way, Harry joins the
ranks of apologists for the writ-
es of the Christian literary
Is bv Sholom Asch. From the
?ime Sholom Asch has written
The Nazarene," which at that
time became a sensational "best
Liler" and in a monetary way
very profitable, the Jewish artist,
Sholom Asch, as we know him
bv his outstanding Yiddish liter-
ary works, passed out from the
Yiddish literary picture. He real-
ized immediately that it is more
profitable to write on the subject
of Christianity than remain as
an obscure writer in the Yiddish
literary field. And his persistence
to write in a tone of veneration
for Jesus Christ created a head-
ache for his friends who always
came to his rescue, insisting that
at heart he is a "loyal Jew," and
that as an artist he has a right of
free expression.
But this, his latest novel called
"Mary" really clarifies his status
in the Jewish fold. Just take a
look at the Saturday Review of
Literature. The picture of Sholom
Asch is adorned with the pic-
ture of Mary and the child Jesus.
Then follows a sort of introduc-
tion and auto-biography of
Sholom Asch and his remark,
"that as a youth, he has always
admired Jesus Christ." His
novels have taken on the aspect
of propaganda for the Christian
cause, and the damage done to the
Jewish cause is more enormous
than the petty missionary work
I by an average "meshumed."
Sincerely.
HY SOOTIN.
Thank Yon
I To Ihe Editor
|The Jewish Floridian:
I am writing this letter to ex-
I press my enthusiasm for the
splendid performance of the first
concert of the newly organized
Miami Beach Philharmonic or-
chestra, and to say thank you to
Oliver Washburn, director, and to
each member of the group for a
splendid evening of great spirit-
ual joy and pleasure.
Considering the limited number
in the orchestra the all-Tchaikow-
sky program, and especially the
string group, was enjoyed not
only by myself, but judging from
the enthusiastic applause from
the audience, it was a successful
beginning (regretful that there
were so many vacant chairs).
A praiseworthy thank you to
the Miami Beach city fathers and
all individuals who helped this
new-born baby into being, which
has already shown so much vigor
and vitality in its first step. The
sponsors should be very proud of
this cultural project, which will
bring praise and admiration from
all lovers of fine music.
I visualize in the very near
future, a larger orchestra in our
new city auditorium with an all-
Tchaikowsky or any of the great
works of our classic masters. Just
the thought of it makes me proud
to say I am living and raising a
family in the city of Miami
Beach, and that we not only have
our own baseball and football
clubs, also at last our own fine
orchestra.
Again thank you.
MEYER TEIGMAN.
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A Challenge
In 1918, when I was rabbi in
Cincinnati, Ohio, I preached a
sermon which was published in
three Jewish papers, on the sub-
ject: "A High and Holy Appeal
to the Conscience of the Ameri-
can Jew."
I am now writing "A Challenge
to the American Jew. Especially
to the Reform Jews of the United
States."
Reform Judaism has done
everything to make Judaism a
dynamic forcenot a static exist-
ence. We have with philosophic
insight recovered many of the
ceremonies that were discarded
and given them new life. We must
do one more thingkeep the
Sabbath holy.
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We have been taunted that Re-
form Judaism has specialized in
the commandments "not to do"
and has forgotten or abrogated
the commandments "to do."
The Sabbath is the greatest
human institution which the
Jews have given to the world, but
we have become negligent in its
observance. The Sabbath is more
sound in its psychology than even
those Jews who observe it realize.
Consciousness means change.
The hypnotist who makes his sub-
ject look or think of one thing
only has his subject hypnotized.
If we had gone on doing seven
days in the week the same thing
we would be utterly uncon-
scious of the dignity of human
personality. A Sabbath, holy unto
the Lord, makes possible for man
to appreciate that he is man,
created in the image of God. By
giving the world our Sabbath we
have made human beings con-
scious that they are human
beings, children of God.
A generation ago there was
some thought of transferring the
Sabbath from Saturday to the
Sunday. We might then have
transferred the sanctity of the
Sabbath from one day to an-
other. Today the sanctity of the
Sabbath is lost and we have noth-
ing to transfer. The only thing
we can and must do, as an ex-
ample to the rest of the world, is
to keep the Sabbath and invest
it with the sanctity it once had.
We must do this, as Reform
Jews, for Reform Judaism has
preserved the dynamic power of
religion in its adjustment con-
stantly to the knowledge and the
needs of the day. The world needs
an example of the sanctification
of life. The Reform Jew has it in
his power to bring that blessing
to mankind by keeping sacred the
Sabbath.
We have lost the Sabbath out
of respect for business. Let's lose
some of our business in honor of
the Sabbath. But we will not lose
any business. My faith in the
average human being leads me
to believe that the average hu-
man being, seeing the respect of
the Jew for his religion, will wait
until the Jew opens his business
on Saturday evening out of re-
spect for Jewish loyalty to the
spiritual essence of life.
I challenge Reform Jews to
close their businesses on Satur-
day.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN.
In relation to livestock prices,
the prices for milk and its prod-
ucts in 1948 were the lowest on
record.
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met Thursday, November 3,
at 916 Everglades Concourse, Mi-
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nouncement by Mrs. Samuel
Donin, sisterhood president.
Pictured above is Adele Max-
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The Teigmans are former resi-
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ppinAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1949
Mrs. 1'isenstein
>aiii't President
Itvarh Auxiliary
Mrs Esther Eisenstein was un-
animously elected president of
the Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid
Ave Miami Beach, at the last
general meeting in the synagogue
social hall.
Other officers elected mere
Mrs. Eva Leopold, honorary pres-
ident: Mrs. Ida Finestone and
Mrs. Rose Schneider, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Anna Newmark,
treasurer; Mrs. Ethel Ruth Ever,
recording secretary.
Members of tne group's sun-
shine committee are Mrs. Esther
Garbcr. Mrs. Ceil Greenberg,
Mrs. Frances Ullian. Mrs. Ever
is in charge of programs and Mrs.
Minnie Mendelson is assisting her.
Members of the board of di-
rectors include the Mesdames
Lena Selevan, Ida Hurwitz, Min-
nie Mendelson, Fannie Gelfand,
Rose Asther, Dora Waldman,
Molhe Wittner, Pearl Gratz, Lena
Wolk, F. Enkers, Anne Ferdinand
and J. Brown.
Pioneer Women Plan
Dinner, Linen Shower
Pioneer Women's Club No. One
of Miami Beach will sponsor a
dinner and linen shower Sun-
day, November 13, at 8 p.m. at
Congregation Kneseth Israel, 1415
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Movies will be shown and en-
tertainment will be provided.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKX that
ilu> ini'lt'i sinned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NT-.\KT SHOE REPAIRING at num-
ber 126 N.E. First Street, In the City
of Miami. Florida, Intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida.
CARL 8CHHV1TZ
EUGENE ARONOVITZ
10 28 11 4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE roi'XTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Edit I>ADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23021
In Re: ESTATE OF
MACRICH DICKLER.
Deceased,
T" All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claimi or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims anil demands which you, or
lithi-i <'f you, mav have against the
MtatS of MAURICE DICKLER, dc-
"is.l, late of Miami, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file tin same in his office in the
founty Courthouse In Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
rront the date of the first publication
Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to bo sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
l'c lulled. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act,
Date i'.tober 28, A.D. 1949.
CECILIA DICKI.ER.
As Administratrix of the Estate of
MAURICE DICKI.ER, Deceased.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Administratrix
11 4-11-18-25
JWV Auxiliaries Hold
Halloween Fete At Pratt
A Halloween carnival was held
for patients at Pratt General Hos-
pital, Coral Gables, on Thursday
evening, October 27, by the Jew-
ish War Veterans auxiliaries of
Miami, Miami Beach and Holly-
wood. J
Traditional Halloween refresh-
ments and decorations added to
the festive spirit.
Mrs Obbie Rosenthal of Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post No 175
was chairman of the affair
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PAGE NINETEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
N0TICE .V.NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Dhfde.CC-rk ,"f SSL?** 0*1
Dade County, Florida
WILLIAM KODROFF.
c..,.,., Sole Owner.
5AMS ,> RAND, Attorney
SI.' .''vii'1'1 Uulldin,,
Miami, Florida
11/4-11-18-2.*. 12/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
..NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
'UAHr,niVir.,',!"'.'r ""' fictitious name of
CARRIBEAN NOVELTIES at 573
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
Florida, intendi, to register said name
... the A u'lk "f lhp Circuit Court
of Dade County Florida
ALFRED HEILBERG
1678 Washington Ave.
______ Miami Beach, Florida
OEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Alfred Hiilberg
11/4-22-18-2:.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
V27897.TY- ~ ,N' CHANCERY, No.
HELEN HEALT, Plaintiff, vs.
THOMAS C. HEAI.V, Defendant.
TO: THOMAS C. MEALY.
213 Cypress Avenue,
Bronx. New York
You arc hereby notified that a bill
for divorce has been filed against you
In the above entitled eause, anil you
are required to file therein your ap-
pearance or answer on or before the
2.1 day of November, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 21 day of October. 1949.
E. B. DEATHER.MAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPI.AN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/28 11/4-11-18
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.
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The GOVERNOR
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MIAMI BEACH
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NYLON TENT minimises labor and greatly reduces
Prices in Monroe, Dade. Broward and Palm Beach
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOT,CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
... DISCHARGE
na&SHSSl "IXiES COURT,
21999 COUNTY- FLORIDA. No!
RE: ESTATE OF
fc.LIZAUK'1'H UAJNA,
_ Deceased.
fii2PTIC^.'" hereby Riven that I have
Pin,i "ft i'al report aml Pet'"on for
final IUscharge as Administrator of
lee '}te f ELIZABETH RA.INA.
deceased; and that on the 30th day
?L ?Tmbe^ 1949' wl" "PP'V to
p..Ho"b'e W. F. BLANTON,
county Judge of Dade Countv. Fior-
ina for approval of Mid final report
?"'', '"/I""1 <"">"'liarge as Admlnls-
!>,,. !he Estate of ELIZABETH
RAJ.NA. deceased.
This 25th day of October, 1949.
., ALFRED RAJNA,
ft??!j?lS&tS,r "f ,hc Estato of
blrTbtoneH RAJNAl Deccased
Attorney for Administrator
10/28 11/4-11-18
N0TIaCdEo.,F, INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
... -,.. DISCHARGE
RIP^?ITf^JPA-N0- "*
HENRY W. SCHMIDT,
Deceased.
NOTICE l:i hereby given thai 1 have
nied my final report and petition for
unal Discharge ai Administratrix of
the estate of Henry W. Schmidt, .....
ceased; and that on the :ioth day "f
November, 1949, will apply to the
Honorable W. F Wanton. County
JuclRe of Dade Countv, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix .if
Iho Estate of Henry W. Schmidt, de-
ceased.
This 24th day of October, 1949.
MARY M SCHMIDT,
Administratrix of the Est. of
,., .."''"'V W, Schmidt, decease.I.
EI.RY STONE
Attorney for Administratrix
Hl/21 11'4-U-lX
ORDER. FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
127936.
HARRIETT OHUHCHILL RAYMOND.
PlalnUff, vs. WILLIAM E. FERGU-
SON, Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM E. FERGUSON
address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance to the BUI of
Complaint for Anulment filed against
you hy HARRIETT CHURCHILL.
RAYMOND, on or before the 26 day of
November, A.D. 1949, otherwise the
allegations of said Hill will be taken
as confessed by vou.
Dated this 24 day of October, A.D.
1949.
E. U. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By P. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
S19 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
10/28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Men's Quality Shop at 255 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
if the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
B. ARONoFF
Sole Owner
10/28 11/4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TENDRICH's ROOMING HOUSE,
Perrine, Dade County, Florida. In-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ISADORE TENDRICH
SAM TENDRICH
MOIE J. L. TENDRICH
Attorney at Law
606 Biscayne BIdg.
Miami. Florida
10/21-28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Cv's Delicatessen at 5820 S. W. 1th
Street. West Miami, Flotilla, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ...
SIMON RODIN
Sole Owner
10/21-28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL HARDWARE COMPANY
at 1611-1621 N.W. 36th Street, Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ^^^__
IRVING GREENBERG
FANNIE (FAYE) TUPI.ER
OERSHON S. MILLER
Attorney for
General Harwarc Company
10/21-28 11/4-11__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huslnest under the fictitious name of
Phillip's Men's & Boys' Wear at 120
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
PHILIP BROWN
Sole Owner
10/21-28 11/4-11______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Robin Hotel at 929 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dado County, Florida.
HARRY GOLD
10/21-28 U/4-U-W
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
127564.
THEODOR ROSEBURY, Plaintiff, vs.
LILY ROSEHURY, Defendant
TO: LILY ROSEHURY
173 West 7Sth Street
New York 24. N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
you by THEODOR ROSEBURY, on or
before the 7th day of November,
1949. otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated this 5th day of October, A.D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
10/7-14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KAYE & MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPH-
ERS at 404 16th Street, Miami Reach.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD PAUL KAYE
DAVID MOLDAN
OERSHON S. MILLER
Attorney for KATE & MOLDAN,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23098.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes
known as SAM AUGUST, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, some-
times known as SAM AUGUST, 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
a fines.i id, or same will bo barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date October 10th, A.D. 1949
HILMA ROSE AUGUST.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, some-
times known as SAM AUGUST,
Deccased.
MAX It, SILVER
Attorney for Administratrix
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GLAMOUR BEAUTY SALON at 2193
N. w. 36th Street, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of D.nie County. Florida.
WILDA P. SEGARS
BARBARA H. HoLMAN
Partners
10/28 11/4-11-1S-2.".
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
127708.
LENA GOLDKRAND. Plaintiff, vs.
HARRY GOLDKRAND, Defendant.
TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND,
73 Tremont Street,
Boston, Massachusetts
YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to
Ihe Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed
in this cause, on or before the 14
day of November, 1949: otherwise the
allegations thereof will be taken as
confessed against you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla,
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND Rill DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No
127635.
SAMUEL WEISER, Plaintiff, vs. IDA
C. WEISER. Defendant.
TO: IDA C. WEISER
16 Ridge Street
Tuckahoe. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit for divorce has been Instituted
against you, and you aro hereby re-
quired to file therein your appearance
or answer on or before November 7,
1949, otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 7 day of October, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In- nuclei signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Capital Sewing Machine at 232 N. W.
2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court' of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY ERAHIN
JOSEPH C. ROSCH
Partners
10/H-21-28 U/
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAURY'S MEN'S WEAR at 161 S. K.
First Street, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAURY GORVINE,
Sole Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
10,14-21-28 11/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23088.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH BRAUNSTEIN,
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, may have against tho
estate of SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, de-
ceased, late of Miami, 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 claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date October 6, A.D. 1949.
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN,
As Administrator of the Estate of
SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator.
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious 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
Attorney
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiriner to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOME BAKERY at 2328 N.W. 7th
Street, Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of tho
circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT L. SKELLY
MORRIS A RIPKIND
FRANK HURERT
ELRY STONE
Atturney for Home Bakery
lulu Congress Building
Miami. Florida
10/28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23152.
In Re: ESTATE OF
PRATT B. HOSSACK,
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. may have against the
state of I'ratt ii. nossACK, de-
ceased, late of DADE Countv, Mor-
Ida, 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 claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of tho 1933 Frobato
Act.
Date Oct. 24, A.D. 1949.
LUCY C. HESSION.
As Executrix of tho Estate of
Pratt B. Hossack, Deceased.
MARION BROOKS
Attorney for Executrix
10/28 li/4-11-18
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
127634.
JORNA SIMBERG, Plaintiff, vs. OTTO
SIMBERG. Defendant.
TO: OTTO SIMBERG
AUoway Garage
Alloway, New Je-rsev
YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
filed in this cause, on or before the
7 day of November, 1949; otherwise
the allegations thereof will be taken
as confessed against you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tlfe fictitious name of
RAH RAH EAT SHOPPE at 272S
Ponce de Leon Boulevard, C-inl
Gables, Florida, Intends to rrglsttr
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count'. Florida.
JACK KERTES. bole Owner
MAN R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
10/14-21-28 1174-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Roberta's Beauty Salon at 1754 S.W.
Third Avenue, Miami, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ROBERTA LEE THOMAS
10/14-21-28 11/4-11
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 ids*.
Blakey Heads Red
Cross Campaign
B H:ram Blakey will serve as
chairman of the 1950 fund-rais-
ing campaign of the Dade County
Chapter. American Red Cross.
Commander Charles A. Mills,
chapter chairman, announced last
week.
Blakey. a vice president of Bur-
dine's. is well known for his ac-
tive interest ;n civic and fraternal
affairs here for many years. He
is illustrious potentate of the
Mahi Shrine Temple, and has held
many other high offices in
Masonrv. He is president of the
Coral Gables Century Club and a
past president of the Miami K.-
wanas Club.
Although the actual fund cam-
paign does not start until March
of 1950. the new chairman says
he will start working on his plans
and organization immediately, so
that when campaign time comes,
it will go off as quickly and
smoothly as possible.
Dr. Singer Speaks
At \.M' Institute
Dr. Kurt Singer, noted author,
lecturer and WMIE radio com-
mentator, was the guest speak-
er at the fourth and final leader-
ship institute sponsored by
the American Jewish Congress
chapters in Greater Miami. Sing-
er discussed "World Peace Plans
and Possibilities" at the Beach
Y on Tuesday, November 1.
This lecture-forum concerned
itself with international hap-
penings on the atomic front and
their impact on the North At-
lantic Pact, the Marshall Plan,
the Import-Export Bank, the
non-governmental agencies of the
United Nations, the Human
Rights Bill, the role of the State
of Israel in international affairs
and the significance of the World
Jewish Congress and its influ-
ence in the U.N.
Discussants at this institute-
were Mrs. Leonard Glickman,
Mrs. Robert S. Levin, Mrs. Louis
Makovsky and Mrs. Herbert Sher.
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psychology and consulting psy-
chologist at the University of Mi-
ami to enter private practice as
consulting psychologist with of-
fices at 310-1 i Calumet Building.
For the past 26 years. Dr.
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nosis and treatment of emotional,
social educational pi\c vocational
adjustment problems of both
children and adults. He has been
associated with outstanding
schools, hospitals and clinics, in-
cluding New York City's Bellevue
Hospital, school system, family
and children's courts.
He is one of the three accredit-
ed specialists in psychology in the
state of Florida, having been
awarded the diplomate in Clinical
Psychology by the American
Board of Examiners in Profes-
sional Psychology on the basis of
exceptional qualifications and
professional competence.
Dr. Blumenthal received his ed-
ucation at City College of New
York. Cornell. University of
Pennsylvania and New York L'n-
ity. From the latter universi-
ty, he received the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy.
In addition to diagnostic and
counseling services in parent-
child relationships, personal, ed-
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Schwartzman. director of the Bu-
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The program, which includ-
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PAGE TWO fJenist fkridHar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949 I'll Say... Conqressman Smathers vs. Senator Pepper By HARRY SIMONHOFF Political dopesfcrs are working overtime. They are busy speculating whether George Smathers will oppose Claude Pepper in the 1950 primary. And since our C i --man has neither affirmed nor denied these rumors, we can only infer that he is weighing the matter carefully. Pvppc r 's Place in .Yatioital Politics Some of George's best friends do not understand the urgency that could drive a 34-year-old Congressman to comes: the scat of one of the Senate's ablest. CL.ude Pepper is in his prime. A highly gifted public servant, he sways power and influence in Washington. Held in highest esteem by the liberal elements in thi intry. he is als : the best known Americans abroad, as I had occasion to learn two years ago whil< traveling in Europe and Palestine. Why this haste to defeat one of F.D.R.'> most trusted. And what would such an election net? Eith I e loss of a capable, popular the still greater loss of the most considerable pub'. :da's 384 years of history. I don't know of an; ian who presidential or vice"ssil ility. His E Wh • Pepper? The grapevini ed to spend to del Senator's veto, this nld have grabbed off the F.E.C R^ Th< this choice plum seems %  sh tuld consider • %  -; • : the present conservative tend' : tension produced by the recent war. as well threats I a [ ming war, the ultimate progri uivi ralism Any align. P i.: : ther vested interests $ will, in the end. prove disthe 1 • • tutun that i w our young Congressman-if only he plays his cards "in^the political obscurantisrn.of the f P &ng Senator Pepper's liberalism shines forth like the Shght in a dark cellar. An attempt to defeat him will bring to the fore an issue that has plagued American politics since Hamilton opposed Jefferson -The issue between reactionary conservatism and progressive liberalism. Will George Smathers succumb to the siren voices of the big mono UjterestS. Will he desert the little people' Once in the an iPepper camp, he will become, perhaps involuntarily, a candidate for the Economic Royalists the DiXMcrats the Red baiters, the Klu Kluxers the lynches the anti-Semites, the hate mongers, the omaMUtl of a liberal Democracy for a forward-looking, progressive citizenry. Reaction vs. Liberalism Such a campaign would attract nati nal attention: just as the eves of the entire country are at pre focused upon the senatorial race in New YorK. People are listening to strange words from a Jo.in Fo j a ] u'Dchn into the Kremlin. K le Smathers Future as a Congressman Should George Smathers become a tool and spokes man for that conglomeration of bigot:', privilege" reaction, hatred and Bourbonism. his friends will ha sorely disappointed. Young as he is. thev ask, whv not remain a Representative? He need never fear opposition in* his district. A distinguished i ree ,' Congress could make him a leader in the Demo ratio party, with the position of Speaker of • e jn his reach. But if George must run for the Senate then why not wait two years and defeat tin Junior Senator of Florida, the reactionary, antiiborite collaborator with the die hard Republicans and Dixiecrats. the very Spessard L. Hollar, 1. wno emerged from obscurity when he assisted the antiSemite Rivercomb of West Virginia to pilot the antiJewish DP. Bill through the infamous 80th Congress, Smathers at the Crossroads When Smathers first appeared in our political arena, he was hailed by the liberal and progressive elements. Because every enlightened Dem rat was disgusted with the Reactionary, anti-RoosevIt sentiments of the preceeding Congressman. ... drew his support from the very forces now sniping at Senator Pepper. In Congress, George Smather'j record has been that of a middle of the roa liberal, But he can hardly maintain that role in the camp of intolerant, reactionary, anti-labor, ant:-; igressive forces, welded together by their hatred : Senator Pepper. In the event George decides t enter the next senatorial race, there will be no ( e for the liberal voters but to go all out fo: Claude Pepper. Sholom Class Mothers To Be Honored At Luncheon .: :.' ; : %  t. presiS •• elig is s PTA • nvitatioi n sent 1 %  %  hers 1 tend ncheoi t n Friday. Ho\ ber 4 it 12 n n tentriers 1 loyal ai I •• • nt nd for D in i hildren's ] rl 5 I 11 of PTA." %  x] I Mrs Mi Thi fficers n lition to Mrs M • Gilbert c : L son. Nori S. Kaplan. Ly n Pitt nd Bernard HoffS. L. Schneider Speaks S. Lawrence S South. nal ri tal • the J t Del guest :er at i eetii EM Lodgi B'n i B'ril ; at Hamburg! Miami B t of S Sup] rtmg Dei Lyons Head* ( %  able* Zionists N rman R Lyons. Miami atI rney, was elected president of C ral Gables District ZOA. at a I ng held on Thursday. Octo27 al C ral Gables Community Center. Lyons, long active in Jewish affairs, has served of i of direct rs of ZOA Coral Gables Disn n rary member of G eatei Miami Welfare League, first • | esideht of Southwest Civic In md :s also heard : .. '.' • ..'.;. iV : radio sta•. n WTTT as ni -' i n the -h Hour. ffice were Osc< : % %  st vice presiM is Simon, second vice M Barken, third vice Lest< r Toloif. treasRose Simon, corrending %  : • tai ; Mrs. Polly I rdin -• etai B ected includ. M .. ice Skop. Mr. and Mrs Meyer Fine. Mr. and Mrs Sj : • Sanders, Mrs. Oscar Lel. ...-: N Weidl erg. the election of of:. a program, which included an address by Rabbi Skop. and cominity singing lead by Cantor lek, was presented by Harold G Shapiro. Ilcach Sisterhood New Radio Program To President Names Make Debu Nov. 13 Committee Heads Sorman Lyons \cw JWV Post gaiiizcil Here Orgi RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-5341 420 LINCOLN ROAD Dance Date Changed Sam Kessler, chairman of the %  dance committi thi Miami Jewish C mi has announced that the • date has been changed to '.'.". Ines lay, November 23. at 8 A new Jewish War Veterans ( ; st •' known as the Coral les P st is :. %  ing organized, according to an announcement by Mi '•'. nd Murray s non. The new p >st will be open for membership to both male and • terans of i War II. Initial meet.. .I • group be held a: thi C ral Gables Jewish C mmunity Center on Wednesday, Novembei 9. at 8 p.m. At that 1 vill be collected and a charter applied :' r All interested and eligible are requested to att Chairmen of committees of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood have been announced by Mrs. Harry Rogers, president. New committee heads Are; annleraariea and birthdays, Mr*. William s ;--M. an. concerts, sirs, tra C W:ii-•->*, sirs. Alex Sussman; confirmation, Mrs. AI Osheroff; education, Mrs. Alfred Stone; federation representative, Mrs, George Goldberg*; flower fund, Mrs Irving Cypen, Mrs. .,.Hankoff: same ni|tbt, Mrs. a*eymour Rubin, itifi lund, Bdra Benjamin Kohn; ifi and book corner, Mrs. Jack Burrls; house, Mrs Anna Wolf, Mrs Nat Hankofi Mn Benanfald; hospital •..., Mi .am J. Thorpe, Mrs. George off; installation luncheon, Mra Sam Ii li lland; Jewish education native, Mra Fred Newman; life membership. Mi** Joseph M. Rose; ship, Mra barauel bipton. Mrs. Clarence Cohn; Mother's t->u> • %  n. Mis. Herman R. Mh lowlts; program, Mrs, Ben Zion Ginsburg; uubUcIt) and printing, Mrs. Bernard 8tern; refreshments, Mrs Sigmuud Bchermer, Mis. Oscar Mamber; social relations, .Mrs. Bam Wlesen, Mrs Abraham Goodman; telephone, MrWilliam Peuer; Torah fund, -Mrs. Fred.i Newman; television, Mrs. Aleut visiting the sick, Mrs David sen; ways and means, Mis Ha;, ni'.n 1 Rubin. Joseph Birnbaum. wh has been associated with Yiddish theatres in all the large cities of the country, will launch a new Ji wish radio program on Sunday, November 13. from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. over station WMBM According to Birnbaum. the program will feature Jewish music, entertainment and culture. S. Ashkenazy will present the latest Jewish news with comments on urrent events. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY '' %  Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beatitii and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. 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ppinAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1949 Mrs. 1'isenstein >aiii't President Itvarh Auxiliary Mrs Esther Eisenstein was unanimously elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave Miami Beach, at the last general meeting in the synagogue social hall. Other officers elected mere Mrs. Eva Leopold, honorary president: Mrs. Ida Finestone and Mrs. Rose Schneider, vice presidents; Mrs. Anna Newmark, treasurer; Mrs. Ethel Ruth Ever, recording secretary. Members of tne group's sunshine committee are Mrs. Esther Garbcr. Mrs. Ceil Greenberg, Mrs. Frances Ullian. Mrs. Ever is in charge of programs and Mrs. Minnie Mendelson is assisting her. Members of the board of directors include the Mesdames Lena Selevan, Ida Hurwitz, Minnie Mendelson, Fannie Gelfand, Rose Asther, Dora Waldman, Molhe Wittner, Pearl Gratz, Lena Wolk, F. Enkers, Anne Ferdinand and J. Brown. Pioneer Women Plan Dinner, Linen Shower Pioneer Women's Club No. One of Miami Beach will sponsor a dinner and linen shower Sunday, November 13, at 8 p.m. at Congregation Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Movies will be shown and entertainment will be provided. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKX that ilu> ini'lt'i sinned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NT-.\KT SHOE REPAIRING at number 126 N.E. First Street, In the City of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. CARL 8CHHV1TZ EUGENE ARONOVITZ 10 28 11 4-11-18-25 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE roi'XTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND Edit I>ADK COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23021 In Re: ESTATE OF MACRICH DICKLER. Deceased, T" All Creditors and All Persons Having Claimi or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims anil demands which you, or lithi-i <'f you, mav have against the MtatS of MAURICE DICKLER, dc"is.l, late of Miami, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file tin same in his office in the founty Courthouse In Dade Countv. Florida, within eight calendar months rront the date of the first publication Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to bo sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will l'c lulled. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act, Date i '.tober 28, A.D. 1949. CECILIA DICKI.ER. As Administratrix of the Estate of MAURICE DICKI.ER, Deceased. BEN ESSEN Attorney for Administratrix 11 4-11-18-25 JWV Auxiliaries Hold Halloween Fete At Pratt A Halloween carnival was held for patients at Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables, on Thursday evening, October 27, by the Jewish War Veterans auxiliaries of Miami, Miami Beach and Hollywood. J Traditional Halloween refreshments and decorations added to the festive spirit. Mrs Obbie Rosenthal of Norman Bruce Brown Post No 175 was chairman of the affair Z4Q!fflJ]t*Jr1bil PAGE NINETEEN LEGAL NOTICE N0TICE .V. NDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW D h fde. C Crk ," f SSL?** 0*1 !" Dade County, Florida WILLIAM KODROFF. c..,.,., Sole Owner. 5A M S '•• • ,•>• RAND, Attorney SI.' •.''• v ii' 1 1 Uulldin,, Miami, Florida 11/4-11-18-2.*. 12/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ..NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In '• U A H r, n iV i r.,' !"'.' r ""' fictitious name of CARRIBEAN NOVELTIES at 573 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach Florida, intendi, to register said name ... the A u lk f lhp Circuit Court of Dade County Florida ALFRED HEILBERG 1678 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Florida OEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Alfred Hiilberg 11/4-22-18-2:. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE V27897. TY ~ ,N CHANCE RY, No. HELEN HEALT, Plaintiff, vs. THOMAS C. HEAI.V, Defendant. TO: THOMAS C. MEALY. 213 Cypress Avenue, Bronx. New York You arc hereby notified that a bill for divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled eause, anil you are required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before the 2.1 day of November, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 21 day of October. 1949. E. B. DEATHER.MAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPI.AN Attorneys for Plaintiff 10/28 11/4-11-18 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. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH DR Y WOOD TERMITES Now being completely eradicated (and carrying a 5 year guarantee) through the use oi NYLON TENTS stretched over and completely enclosing the entire infested building in which a deadly gas is released. The NYLON TENT minimises labor and greatly reduces Prices in Monroe, Dade. Broward and Palm Beach Counties. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING Co. 1742 Alton Road. Miami Beach Pk 5*3*** LEGAL NOTICE NOT, CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL ... „ DISCHARGE na&SHSSl "IXiES COURT, 21999 COUNTY FLORIDA. No! RE: ESTATE OF fc.LIZAUK'1'H UAJNA, Deceased. fii2P TIC ^.'" hereb y Riven that I have Pin,i "ft i' al report aml Pet'"on for final IUscharge as Administrator of lee '} te f ELIZABETH RA.INA. deceased; and that on the 30th day ?L ?T mbe ^ 1949 wl "PP'V to P !" .. Ho !" b 'e W. F. BLANTON, county Judge of Dade Countv. Fiorina for approval of Mid final report ?"'', '"/I"" 1 <"">"'liarge as Admlnls!>,,•£. he Estate of ELIZABETH RAJ.NA. deceased. This 25th day of October, 1949. ., ALFRED RAJNA, ft??!j? l S& t S, r f ,hc Estato of BLRTBTONE H RAJNAl Deccased Attorney for Administrator 10/28 11/4-11-18 N0TI A C D E O., F INT ENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL ... -„„,.. DISCHARGE <£?-'VM.!V iPDOE-H COURT, DADE R IP^?I T f^JP A N0 "* HENRY W. SCHMIDT, Deceased. NOTICE l:i hereby given thai 1 have nied my final report and petition for unal Discharge ai Administratrix of the estate of Henry W. Schmidt, ceased; and that on the :ioth day "f November, 1949, will apply to the Honorable W. F Wanton. County JuclRe of Dade Countv, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix .if Iho Estate of Henry W. Schmidt, deceased. This 24th day of October, 1949. MARY M SCHMIDT, Administratrix of the Est. of ,., .."'•'"'V W, Schmidt, decease.I. EI.RY STONE Attorney for Administratrix Hl/21 11'4-U-lX ORDER. FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 127936. HARRIETT OHUHCHILL RAYMOND. PlalnUff, vs. WILLIAM E. FERGUSON, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM E. FERGUSON address unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance to the BUI of Complaint for Anulment filed against you hy HARRIETT CHURCHILL. RAYMOND, on or before the 26 day of November, A.D. 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Hill will be taken as confessed by vou. Dated this 24 day of October, A.D. 1949. E. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By P. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff S19 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 10/28 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Men's Quality Shop at 255 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk • if the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. B. ARONoFF Sole Owner 10/28 11/4-11-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TENDRICH's ROOMING HOUSE, Perrine, Dade County, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISADORE TENDRICH SAM TENDRICH MOIE J. L. TENDRICH Attorney at Law 606 Biscayne BIdg. Miami. Florida 10/21-28 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Cv's Delicatessen at 5820 S. W. 1th Street. West Miami, Flotilla, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ... SIMON RODIN Sole Owner 10/21-28 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GENERAL HARDWARE COMPANY at 1611-1621 N.W. 36th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ^^^ IRVING GREENBERG FANNIE (FAYE) TUPI.ER OERSHON S. MILLER Attorney for General Harwarc Company 10/21-28 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In huslnest under the fictitious name of Phillip's Men's & Boys' Wear at 120 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida PHILIP BROWN Sole Owner 10/21-28 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Robin Hotel at 929 N.E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. HARRY GOLD 10/21-28 U/4-U-W LEGAL NOTICE ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 127564. THEODOR ROSEBURY, Plaintiff, vs. LILY ROSEHURY, Defendant TO: LILY ROSEHURY 173 West 7Sth Street New York 24. N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against you by THEODOR ROSEBURY, on or before the 7th day of November, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 5th day of October, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 10/7-14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KAYE & MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPHERS at 404 16th Street, Miami Reach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD PAUL KAYE DAVID MOLDAN OERSHON S. MILLER Attorney for KATE & MOLDAN, PHOTOGRAPHERS 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23098. In Re: ESTATE OF SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes known as SAM AUGUST, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes known as SAM AUGUST, 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 a fines.i id, or same will bo barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date October 10th, A.D. 1949 HILMA ROSE AUGUST. As Administratrix of the Estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, sometimes known as SAM AUGUST, Deccased. MAX It, SILVER Attorney for Administratrix 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GLAMOUR BEAUTY SALON at 2193 N. w. 36th Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of D.nie County. Florida. WILDA P. SEGARS BARBARA H. HoLMAN Partners 10/28 11/4-11-1S-2.". NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 127708. LENA GOLDKRAND. Plaintiff, vs. HARRY GOLDKRAND, Defendant. TO: HARRY GOLDKRAND, 73 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to Ihe Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed in this cause, on or before the 14 day of November, 1949: otherwise the allegations thereof will be taken as confessed against you. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla, 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Rill DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No 127635. SAMUEL WEISER, Plaintiff, vs. IDA C. WEISER. Defendant. TO: IDA C. WEISER 16 Ridge Street Tuckahoe. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been Instituted against you, and you aro hereby required to file therein your appearance or answer on or before November 7, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 7 day of October, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Innuclei signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Capital Sewing Machine at 232 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court' of Dade County, Florida. HENRY ERAHIN JOSEPH C. ROSCH Partners 10/H-21-28 U/ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAURY'S MEN'S WEAR at 161 S. K. First Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURY GORVINE, Sole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 10,14-21-28 11/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23088. In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, 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, may have against tho estate of SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, deceased, late of Miami, 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 6, A.D. 1949. MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN, As Administrator of the Estate of SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator. 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious 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 Attorney 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiriner to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOME BAKERY at 2328 N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of tho circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROBERT L. SKELLY MORRIS A RIPKIND FRANK HURERT ELRY STONE Atturney for Home Bakery lulu Congress Building Miami. Florida 10/28 11/4-11-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23152. In Re: ESTATE OF PRATT B. HOSSACK, 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. may have against the • state of I'RATT ii. nossACK, deceased, late of DADE Countv, MorIda, 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 tho 1933 Frobato Act. Date Oct. 24, A.D. 1949. LUCY C. HESSION. As Executrix of tho Estate of Pratt B. Hossack, Deceased. MARION BROOKS Attorney for Executrix 10/28 li/4-11-18 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 127634. JORNA SIMBERG, Plaintiff, vs. OTTO SIMBERG. Defendant. TO: OTTO SIMBERG AUoway Garage Alloway, New Je-rsev YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed in this cause, on or before the 7 day of November, 1949; otherwise the allegations thereof will be taken as confessed against you. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 10/14-21-28 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tlfe fictitious name of RAH RAH EAT SHOPPE at 272S Ponce de Leon Boulevard, C-inl Gables, Florida, Intends to rrglsttr said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count'. Florida. JACK KERTES. bole Owner MAN R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 10/14-21-28 1174-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Roberta's Beauty Salon at 1754 S.W. Third Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorROBERTA LEE THOMAS 10/14-21-28 11/4-11 Wt 1 1 1 • 1 J 1 II t i <> t •I. r, i ;• ii *5Atik i J?yri**L£ r %  v-' sUH I : i i *. !, -'i i ^r'"^ ? ^if i *^^5jr %  IIHi^sH



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r-mnav NOVEMBER 4, 1949 *Jkwist> floriafiaun PAGE SEVENTEEN Letters To The Editor •i Apologist To the Editor: I have just read Harry Simonhnffs article on Sholom Asch and J sates, novel, the book "Mary" In a way, Harry joins the ranks of apologists for the writes of the Christian literary Is bv Sholom Asch. From the ?ime Sholom Asch has written The Nazarene," which at that time became a sensational "best Liler" and in a monetary way very profitable, the Jewish artist, Sholom Asch, as we know him bv his outstanding Yiddish literary works, passed out from the Yiddish literary picture. He realized immediately that it is more profitable to write on the subject of Christianity than remain as an obscure writer in the Yiddish literary field. And his persistence to write in a tone of veneration for Jesus Christ created a headache for his friends who always came to his rescue, insisting that at heart he is a "loyal Jew," and that as an artist he has a right of free expression. But this, his latest novel called "Mary" really clarifies his status in the Jewish fold. Just take a look at the Saturday Review of Literature. The picture of Sholom Asch is adorned with the picture of Mary and the child Jesus. Then follows a sort of introduction and auto-biography of Sholom Asch and his remark, "that as a youth, he has always admired Jesus Christ—." His novels have taken on the aspect of propaganda for the Christian cause, and the damage done to the Jewish cause is more enormous than the petty missionary work I by an average "meshumed." Sincerely. HY SOOTIN. Thank Yon I To Ihe Editor |The Jewish Floridian: I am writing this letter to exI press my enthusiasm for the splendid performance of the first concert of the newly organized Miami Beach Philharmonic orchestra, and to say thank you to Oliver Washburn, director, and to each member of the group for a splendid evening of great spiritual joy and pleasure. Considering the limited number in the orchestra the all-Tchaikowsky program, and especially the string group, was enjoyed not only by myself, but judging from the enthusiastic applause from the audience, it was a successful beginning (regretful that there were so many vacant chairs). A praiseworthy thank you to the Miami Beach city fathers and all individuals who helped this new-born baby into being, which has already shown so much vigor and vitality in its first step. The sponsors should be very proud of this cultural project, which will bring praise and admiration from all lovers of fine music. I visualize in the very near future, a larger orchestra in our new city auditorium with an allTchaikowsky or any of the great works of our classic masters. Just the thought of it makes me proud to say I am living and raising a family in the city of Miami Beach, and that we not only have our own baseball and football clubs, also at last our own fine orchestra. Again thank you. MEYER TEIGMAN. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YOHK OR VICINITY.. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipmenti WITHERS VAN LINES 11000 N.E.1* At* Ph.3-2667 A Challenge In 1918, when I was rabbi in Cincinnati, Ohio, I preached a sermon which was published in three Jewish papers, on the subject: "A High and Holy Appeal to the Conscience of the American Jew." I am now writing "A Challenge to the American Jew. Especially to the Reform Jews of the United States." Reform Judaism has done everything to make Judaism a dynamic force—not a static existence. We have with philosophic insight recovered many of the ceremonies that were discarded and given them new life. We must do one more thing—keep the Sabbath holy. A HOME AWAY FROM HOME 24 Hr. Expert Nunlng Care Beautiful Grounds, Well Located Dietary Laws Strictly Observed. $50.00 per week DR. SHOULSON'S (D.D.) 1681 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 58-0112 Moving to Bigger and Better Facilities on the Beach in October We have been taunted that Reform Judaism has specialized in the commandments "not to do" and has forgotten or abrogated the commandments "to do." The Sabbath is the greatest human institution which the Jews have given to the world, but we have become negligent in its observance. The Sabbath is more sound in its psychology than even those Jews who observe it realize. Consciousness means change. The hypnotist who makes his subject look or think of one thing only has his subject hypnotized. If we had gone on doing seven days in the week the same thing we would be utterly unconscious of the dignity of human personality. A Sabbath, holy unto the Lord, makes possible for man to appreciate that he is man, created in the image of God. By giving the world our Sabbath we have made human beings conscious that they are human beings, children of God. A generation ago there was some thought of transferring the Sabbath from Saturday to the Sunday. We might then have transferred the sanctity of the Sabbath from one day to another. Today the sanctity of the Sabbath is lost and we have nothing to transfer. The only thing we can and must do, as an example to the rest of the world, is to keep the Sabbath and invest it with the sanctity it once had. We must do this, as Reform Jews, for Reform Judaism has preserved the dynamic power of religion in its adjustment constantly to the knowledge and the needs of the day. The world needs an example of the sanctification of life. The Reform Jew has it in his power to bring that blessing to mankind by keeping sacred the Sabbath. We have lost the Sabbath out of respect for business. Let's lose some of our business in honor of the Sabbath. But we will not lose any business. My faith in the average human being leads me to believe that the average human being, seeing the respect of the Jew for his religion, will wait until the Jew opens his business on Saturday evening out of respect for Jewish loyalty to the spiritual essence of life. I challenge Reform Jews to close their businesses on Saturday. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. In relation to livestock prices, the prices for milk and its products in 1948 were the lowest on record. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Man" 414 •. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-MSO MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Stora Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. 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Second Ave. We Have Not Moved—And Are Not Associated With Any Other Concern Drive In For Sales & Service Auto Locks & Keys Speedometers and Windshield Wipers & Washers Safety Sheet & Plate Auto Glass Plastic & Fulton Sun Visors Replacement Rubber For Your Leaking Doors, Trunks We Guarantee Our Work. Open every day from 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Ph. 9-3144 J. A. Nilon J. P. Nilon "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverbs SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families. ****** GORDON 710 S.W. lh Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1430 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director HAVE YOU HEARD— W "Roger's Rendezvous" MMU ON vova • %  • -** MIDNIGHT TO 3 AYEM Versatile Roger Krupp brings you music flavored with the Krupp personality to produce an extremely enjoyable three hours. 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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jeistfk>ridliar) Sororitv To Aid Haven S<*liool The Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae AH ciation has selected the Haven School tor mentally handicapped children, now under construction in Kendall. Fla.. as its first community charity project. The association is sponsoring a dance at the Versailles Hotel. 3425 Collins Ave. Miami Beach. Sundav evening. Nov. t>. from 9 to 1 p.m. with all proceed! i to the school. Contributions arc SI.20 per person. Tickets may be purchased at the door or by calling Mrs. Jess Sp.rer. chairman. a: 83-4521. Mrs. Soirer and her co-cnairraan, Miss Henrietl Goldman, anr.j>uru-e ::...: --"•* '•'•--probably go toward buying badly needed laundry equipment. The school, which is tx in built and furnished Mitirely through contributi ns is a private nonpro: : inst tut r and* trw onl> n : it* %  I I '" %  ~ : %  %  • Bridge Winners Named, Tournament Is Slated Mr and %  '. Herb* I Wilensky ad Mrs R slyn H nd Mrs Micke' R wen ihe winning • -n ( st and s nd places tiveh at the Miami Jewish C rnrnunity C ntt Duplicate Brid'ge T ieni M nday. Oe--Mrs Sidney -chairman nn ur : play-off touri m< ni I i ali first ind second pi %  -' : • • %  '•' %  '" %  held ..i the 150 S.W. li th Ave n Now r 2 All past n\ ;U r. : play. Next res session will m •'. N vt 14 at p.i All players 1 Mrs : s s t gins exact .---. jcti ns t :, %  :. Rice Plumps For Youth Recreation Facilities The prevention of juvenile deliquency through the provision of adequate vouth recreation facilities is among the projects which will be sponsored by Jack Rice if elected to the city commission Together with a definite plan to enforce clearance at all vacant lots within the city limits, candidate Rice ..:>.' favors a survey ol the city to determine fire hazara p nts. In an open letter to Miamians Mr. Rice stated. Every %  uld have protection from the ever-present fire ,e. including our harbor. W (.louses and th cioilars worth I ts that annually." Mrs. Greenfield Fetes Temple Grandmothers v Charles Gr< enfield enters of the Temple Grandmothers Club on .. October 28at 4100 Pine Tree Di Miami Beach This was croup's first ail the %  • n A-st ng the st< ss w n n< s Herl ert U. I nan Stella Hantn i : %  Buln L nis Zeientz and Isaac Levin ,, G.. -i' %  %  •"• H Ki | an rarj crand... ^er wh has recuperated illness, and the gi it th i • Mrs Mrs Stern and :iara Hyman FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949 Palsy Children Feted Mr. and Mrs J. Siegel IH • the cS • :iaticn .: 51 :-" %  • S ns U .-.. Aux in tails. S fro: Scott:* Stai Ballet Class Added Th Miami Jewish C mn anitj Centei th rrr t lass t i iren fi rr th< -• %  thi ugh St meet 1 %  > 2:15 1 Registi ati n began Tui • nd the class is open t both mi s and n n-m< nter Th nstrucl Ost• % %  :.-.luding a ginning lass and an ed class for On evening at 7:30 he • %  .'nodern dan ss an d :. .. in the process ganizing teen-ag< lass in %  may cal) th %  nu: : details Thi ratui t thi as rmerly used as the int foi th< ters Thirteen-year-o'd Bernard Harrison, of 2263 f-W. 21st St not lackingTn "eckles himself, and desiring to help ^g****** feh."Red" Lake to the Miami city commission, has been working with the aid of his 12-year-old friend. Barbara Smith at his own John Red' Lake." ^ Miss Simon Makes High Stephens Elected Set In Bowling Session Temple PTA Marks Third Birthday A third anni%-ersa: y partv nf the PTA of Temple Both Sholom was held on Tuesdav evenine November 1, in the Temple patio Rabbi Morris Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish Centei was the ; speaker. His subject, Arc You i the Right Kind of a Jewish 'Parent?" was enthu.-ias; cally re ; c eived by the 200 paients'and • their friends wh'. attended the I function. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman : was hostess at the ial which I followed the rabbi's talk She was .assisted by the Mi %  ::..., M ax Diener. Eugene W( • Leonard Rusnak. Benjam.n Mandell, Wil: liam Masur. Lyon Pitt, Saul I Cohen. Lyman Tu .:. George i Sutcliffe. and Aaron Tubin. Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet. president of j the PTA. presided at the meeting. Polish Refugee Teaches Boxing To Center Youth Each Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock a group of b xing en1 thusiasts in their upper teens and early twenties meet at :he Miami Jewish Community Center gymnasium. 450 S.W 18th Ave., for training ses-: calisthenics, rope skip;, ns. ind sparring under the -:on of Jack Ossatonov. Ossatonov. forty-.a uld. did his competitive boxing in Warsaw. Poland, and ;prisoner in various concent tion camps including Auschwitz and Buchenwald. Without the c mmand of the English langu&j'-. Ossatonov I demonstrates to the lasses, and is assisted by the rentei athletn staff. Miss N'ataleah Simon made high set with a total pin ball of 286 at the Miami Jewish Community Center's Women's Bowlng League session on Wednesday evening. October 19. Mrs Edna Atkins made high game with 110. Tl league meets weekly at the Rt : r. Bowling Center at and there are openings al of the twelve teams : r women who are interested. 'Madame Queen'" team is in first place, with Mrs. Irene Wise captaining. In second place are the 'Super Dupers." Mrs. Thelma Silbert's team, and in third place are the 'Kinks." led by Mrs. Rose Mackauf. Ralph Stephens has named executive vice president of the Greater Miami Restaurant Association. He succeeds Roger Herndon. who has become field director for the Florida Restaurant Association. The new vice president has been identified with the general food industry for the past 35 vears and has been a resident of this area since 1924. From 1935 to 1940. he operated his own food brokerage office. Since that time he has directed food operation of a number of leading Miami restaurants. been School Children Invited To Center "Fun-Fests" All public scho '. children are invited to attend the Miami Jewish Community Center's weekly Friday afternoon Fur.-Fest" at 3:45 p.m.. at the center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. according Maurice A surprise prograrr .= planned for November 4 an vies have been arranged for S vember 11. For the future. a puppet show, the ballet, Circus." and a smokeless Indian oax.pfire are scheduled. There is no admission. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Condi tioned THY STAHL'S FOR THE PUfBST MEATS IX TOWX At the l.tnrv.st Prirvs 1360 S.W. 8th Street Through the efforts of the Lake Worth Hebrew Benero'.ent Association and the Women's Auxiliary, a Jewish community house in Lake Worth may become a reality during the coming winter season. Tne building driye was formally opened at a meeting held October 10. wren Mrs. Sam Aronberg. then president of the auxiliary, presented Julius Kali, president of the parent organization with a check for SI.000. Leading the building drive are 1. to r. Carl F. Altman. chairman of ways and means: Mrs. Harriet Michael, public relations: Julius Katx. Mrs. Sam Aronberg and Harry Winkler. chairman of building and planning. AS LOW AS AH INTllUT MORTGAGE LOAMS HENRY *. WOLFF CO. 1.%  i„., ?-3435 ELECT I. B. SAULS candidate of all the people: a hard-working man FOR YOUR City Commissioner Miami resident and businessman of Allapattah for 29 yean. FOR SMALL BUSINESS AND LABOR PULL LEVER 20A (T*s:* Pol 11 Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE-WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP .*.'..% %  > All Siithcrn Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET Tl ICC FOR EVERY ULA3J PUEPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Fumituw Topa, Beveled Mirron and RaeilTWing Our Spec* 1 I. & (. Glass and Mirror Worts 136S.W.8thSL ,HK?uS MORRIS ORL1S **>U1S oE IV 11 WAIE UP EVERY MORNING Wake Upand Live 7:30 10:00 A.M. Morning PereonolW 'lock th Clock." "Clancy Woathewman." "GtapeTin. Gu" and STAN BURNS wS %  Y OUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MUSIC AA —, ; -c-. • *: : : *Hoar



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Attend lladassah Meet In Frisco Mrs. Murry Grossman Mrs. Murry Grossman, vie* president. Southeastern Hadassah. is flying to San Francisco to attend the 35th annual convention of Hadassah as the official delegate of the South n .... m, compris ng I states of Florida. Georgia and South Carolina Hadassah has 46 chapters in the Southeastern region with a membership of 5.000. There are eight groups in the Greater Miami area wit! --"'IP of 2.000 Representing I cal gi u] the meet will be Mrs M Alp..::, prt-si.-ier.'.. iLnr.o Scnesch Group, M a B h Mi M s< S< ni -.:. G u] Miss Lillii nan. presidi nt, Miami Bea l B & P Gr< up; Miss R >salvn Kl : | : %  lent M B & P Gr Participating in I prog an %  i ill bt Aubrej Ebai Is el's represent iti\ I tl L'n u i NaI '.: ministi f Israel G % %  • n Chestc. B les of Connect E Cant r of Hoi I: U. S Sei tor BrU n McMah n C nm %  .' Gr -• ttend tl : t g nal presidents ting .... meetings %  nvention • %  • • fron Novemb 13 .. %  conference To Upon Monday. Novesnfoer 14 The Institute of Jewish Studies will open on Mo"^. November 14. offering classes for adults in Jewish studies. OaJ J^".,^ nl Hebrew, those advanced in text material "?"•£ npliuir :HH=;1| 53 SSSSS American community i,ve books of :In the light of modern Brcheological discoveries^£• %  £! semester will also include a stud) of Palestine in modem times Reg stration for all courses will be held at Congregation Beth El. 500 aW 7th Ave. at 7 p.m. on N venjber 14. The re will be no fees except (1 regisl ation Adults are also urged to register b> phoning the bureau 9-0489 or by returning registration blanks which aVe being mailed I .all Je 'W-Lf^^E* of tables Lodrfe Hill Hear Halkin Gilbert J. Balkin. director. Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, and Ben Essen, founder oi the "Yiddish Night" program of Sholem Lodge, will be principal speakers at a membership smoker to be given by the Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Sunday. November 6. at the Howard Johnson's Restaurant at 3727 S.W. 8th St.. Miami, it has been announced by Jerome R Adelman. president. Subject of Balkin's address will be "How the Anti-Defamation League Builds Democracy." Outstanding community service project of the Coral Gables Lodge and Women's Chapter since their organizition has been the sponsorship of entertainment programs for the patients at the Pratt Veterans Hospital at Coral Gables. The group also cooperates with the Florida office of the Anti-Defamation League in broadcasting the "Lest We Forget—The American Dream" program over stationWVCG Beach Lenler Balfour Day Friday Annual Zionist Sabbath honor; mg Balfour Day will be held >t | the Miami Beach Jewish Center I on Friday, November 4, at .... p.m. u Rabbi Irving Lehrman win preach on the subject Israel and the American Jew." Grwtm. j will be extended by Alfred S !"„? 'president. Miami Beach Zioii!; District, and Mrs. Milton S.rkin i president. Miami Chapter of Ha dassah, "' Farewell Party A surprise farewell party was given by Mr. and .Mrs. Phillm ) Venet at their home. 2110 SW 1 14th Terr., on Tuesday night in honor of her parents. Mr. and I Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert who left I this week for Bang,:. Maine where they will make their home A buffet supper was served to the 25 guests present. Jewish"Education. Jewish'Community Center (formerly YMHA). Congregation Beth El and Beth David Congregation. Obituaries ROTH SOL s •• %  • % %  %  • If K • f \. %  ...... Cardiac Home i.roup To Give Membership Tea The annual membership tea • I •: Mian Chi pU t I th< Nati ::. : Children's Cardiac Home Id at the Mclvin Cohen Hall at thi on Tuesday. N :.H r 8. at i :30 p m Rita S p h n m b e :' ship man. has :.:. unced that tours of trull me will be conducted for both old and new members and urges tha.t th se who Rita Spnhu ish to take advantag) t this pr. rt unit) %  '. ith the w rk being lone then .. H ghlight : th tti n n will fash n -.. v. % %  ith C r net Lothes from y's Anj ne interested in %  ng • ; • is aski I I tt( r.d. I 'rolling Runs For Off iee Of school Trustee Wirt Seeks Post A former captain in the Merchant Marino and now operator of a local Atlantic service station. Jack Wirt. candidate for city commissioner, is an active civic worker. A member of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce and a Mason. Mr. Wirt is past commodore of the Miami Yacht Club and was also chairman of the 1948 Biscayne Bay Regetta. The candidate has lived in Miami for thirty years. YES. WE HAVE DONE IT! The Famous Shoulson Home hit now moved to its new ana elegant, ly beautiful five acre estate, with its modern appointments CARE — AS LS'wAL — 24 HOUR NURSING SERVICE Dr. Shoulson's Health Institute 1389 N. W. 7th Street Miami, Fla. X NOTICE &f &f Cargo Shipments (A package or a shipload) for &f &f &f &f &f CUBAN and HAITIAN PORTS are now accepted for the M V Nevera sailing Nov. 10 from Pier 3, Miami. III*'. Julius H. Erstling. 31 year old Miami attornev. who recently an% &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f n Minced his candidacy for trustee : the local school board, received his education in the state : Florida, having received his bachelor of arts degree and his : arts degrees from the L'nivtrsity : %  After service with the Army Air Forces overseas, he returned Mia and entered the law University of Mihe was ..warded his LL B deg Durii ..ndergraduate work at tht !' %  -.• • if Florida. Eistling levoted manv hours of rk to the field of educaAltl --.. .-. v a practicing itt ntinually it in educati nal ropment. He is intensely interested in Z: :..-: ;. ilth ".:'. V..tThi candidate lives with his • id v.'. children at 2117 3 w 19th Tei X STARBOARB LINE. + "The &f % 845 Biscayne Blvd. Cable "Starline" Phone 9-7683 J &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f < BONDED SufaewtAHca* TERMITE CONTROL BONDED GUARANTEE by Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co. ORKIN GUARANTEES DRYW00D TERMITE CONTROL EASY TERMS! c P •. 3 YEARS PAY! INSPECTION m ESTIMATES :I-I8I8 509 N. E. 13lh St. MIAMI Company Owned — Company Operated 53529 MIAMI BEACH Souths Oldest. Largest Exterminators OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Reach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 LEONARD K. THOMSON lour City iomminnioner HE K.\OWS THE PROBLEMS OF THE WORKING MAN LEONARD K. THOMSON has a record of business achievement equalled by few men. Orphaned at the age of 13. the native born Wisconsin boy. worked his way. step by step, to the position he now holds—that of one of the leading hotel executives in America. He was the first South Floridian ever elected president of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce. He is known throughout the nation for his sound business judgment and fair dealings with all who have been associated with himHe stands on his record as Mayor and City Commissioner tor S-j years during and immediately following World War II. Miami Needs LEONARD K. THOMSON (paid political advertising bv friends) squad together with fabulous'killed :n rjatttr and 2.W) t*ead!wnnr! wsM greatly Leon Hart of Notre Dame. of disease. hour traff.c from facilitate rusr the park. —•* !! % % %  • M HIIUl calymore. „,,. K] %  --^A^Klb'^



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Bill Meyer United The marriage of Miss Florence Sissenwine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hany I. Sissenwine, 2360 Alton Road. Miami Beach, to Bill Meyer, son of the Louis Meyers. 301 N.W. 105th St.. was solemnized by Rabbi Colman A Zwitman on Sunday. October 16. at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach. The bride wore white marquisette over white satin and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Her illusion veil was socured by a tiara of orange blossoms? Mrs Leonard Holler, sister of the bridegroom, was mat: on of honor. Leonard Hellc. was best man. A reception and buffet dinner at the hotel followed the ceremony. The former Miss S:ssenwine is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. Mr. Meyer graduated from the University of Mis Following a wedding trip to Narcoossee, Fla., the couple will reside at 2120 S.W 1st St. Marilyn B. Prank, Marshal Faust Wed Ardmorc J'hoto '. Bill : %  :.;• Mrs. Robert Z. Alpert Bowen, Alpert A high noon ceremony at the home of Rabbi Colman A Zwitman united in marriage M ; s Barbara Ann Bowen, daughter of Mrs. Mildred Bowen ,,f Holly. wood. Cal.. and Robert Zar.i Alpert, son of Mr and Mrs. ;. % %  Alpert of 3930 North Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. The Z. it. man home was decorated with roses, gladioli and pom-] the occasion. The b.ide carried a trip white orchid on a white bible trimmed with streamers anc. orange blossoms. Mrs. Milton Kussbaui ter of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Fredelle Nussbaum niece of the bridegroom flower girl. Milton Nussbaum was best for his brother-in-law and ing were Joel Sulzman. Kahn. Robert Freedman. Robert Merritt. Mr. Alpert is a graduate I Miami Beach High School ai tended the University of A Navy veteran, ne is now associated with Kahn and Alpert, Inc., in the insurance depa The couple is now honi ing in Hollywood. Cal.. w reception in their honor :• mned for Sunday. November .] and Mrs. Morris Alpert an ring to Hollywood for the event. Upon their return from the West Coast, the newly wed 5 will live at 2031 Meridian Av Miami Beach ving l-coven .. • fathei retion Miss Marilvn Bettv F ightei : Mr.H Frank I '•:-. St.. M ar I th< ; ne Henrj Pell F an Mars* Paul 1 n Oci [ Irving '.. %  r in ficiau 1 at thi %  • '•. Th( id gr m a nativi New V I Mrs Jack J 1 Sigmt Faust The bridi tress j>nes. Hi I m vei : :-. .. • : fashi : -• Ik ai : %  Mrs St nlej A Fr nk th bride's sister-intron t honor in 1 with an Stanl A. Frank -" nan Th-. I ?.:.: : Ul< gues bl..•: silk iress v ith %  • -• %  ••bridi -. %  frorr N York for 1 chose a bodice Shi led m i chid Follow ing • r... a n: • ras held ir Man Hotel Thi Mis Mi Faust is in i 5ir.es • .• in-la Jr. Hadassah Meets Th< Miami Bea< h unit I J uni Hadasi a gener; Thu November 3. at 8 p m at the Van ill H All -ale of bricks and at thai Prior to her marriage in New York City's Essex House on October 23. Mrs. Martin Rosen was Miss Doris Brody, daughter cf the Jacob Brodys of Norfolk. VaMr. Rosen is the son of Mrs. Sam T. Sapiro of Miami Beach. Pioneer Women Will Sponsor Linen Shower In answer 1 rgei t Israel foi linen nd tes for tl P. neei Clufc S • One of M pons • n S %  • lay. Noven at i prr • longregat Knes th Is:-.: : Eui Ave Mii rding '•' %  Hi S tiir president Max S %  '. • add] Hebrew Aeademv Women to Sponsor iNorma Thalblum :{->loiiili Adult Kdueation Course Betrothal Fold The first s minar of adult education sponsored by the Hebrew i -X. [ e nen will be held Monday. November 7, at 1:30 p.m. This seminar will offer many parents and friends of the Hebrew Aeademv. as well as other adults in the Greater Miami area. an opportunity to further their education in a comprehensive course of studies including conversational Hebrew, laws and customs in the Jewish home, and Hebrew music. This series is scheduled for the months I N vember, December and January and will be given iv :-. M. r.riav and Wednesday afternoons from 1:30 to 3 Under the supervision of Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney with the ssi s tanc ther experienced instructors women of Greater Miami A ill now be able to obtain the advantage of a planned, cultural X: ited numbei of applications will be accepted during the oext :'• ailing the Hebrew Academy at 58-4641. M: s. Alfred St ine, pres:dent of the Hebrew Academy Women. :..is announced that the group's first social event of the season, will be in the form of all games night. Monday. November 7. at 8 p.m. at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. Mrs. Theresa Arnold Brand is chairman of the A cultu n prepared for the year by Mrs. 5i lies of lectures will be given by various fields of education, hygiene and child psychology. i it itti nen serving with the president include: Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz and Mrs. Melvin Tannenbaum. membership: ff. life membership: Mrs. J. L. Shawmut. scholarship: Mrs. Jack Burns, hospitality: Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman. library: Mrs Irving Firtel and Mrs. Irwin Makowsky, room mothers: Mrs ; Mrs Samuel Cohen, journal: Mrs. Irving Lehrman. man of the board. Beth Sholom Opens High ||i|iiir* llaiKM* B YM-WHA will si ; lanci N vember 6. it a: the Y, ling an an-. tin emer.l M n Sii kin • -::.• Butt Paige and his Red River Boys will play for ng Enti rtaini ent n I ents sad n ••':• fames aro en • r.da A. -.-.: %  -. -f• Y s-rcia; %  rr.'...• .'. '.'. ae :ae first mi moership event of the year ana is pen tit UM a ibli T rketi —^;. bw obtained it th t thi do-meeting at which all new mtm[District Association of Bnai Br.in Young Men. and past president of Sir Herbert Samuel I Chapter 8, Montreal. The wedding will take place on December 18 in Miami 3esch. The couple will make the: in Montreal. Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs Eli M Bi< West 46th St.. Miami Bea nounce the engagemer.: daughte-. Harriet M.. U) Jules Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs "> Miller, Baltimore. Md. The wedding will Nov. 22 at the Belv. in Baltimore. bers will be guests of the officers and board. The luncheon will be held December 15 at the Atlantis Hotel roof. It is planned to award a grand prize to the member or guest who brings in the most n< members and everyone br:ng:ng in five new members will be the recipient of a special .::t Mrs Sam A Goldstein is membership chairman. PI ns : r the luncheon progiam will be discussed when the beard •t directors meet on Thursday, N'ovember 10. at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs Harold Turk. 4312 R >al Palm. riac* RUTH BROTMAN — MUSIC LAUREATE (Paris Scholarship) RESUMES TENTH SEASON — MIAMI BEACH SINGING LESSONS and VOICE PLACEMENT (Specializing in Teen-Agers. 1 CALL 58 0756 FOR APPOINTMENT squad together with fabulous i killed in battle and 2.000 cfceadl which will greatly facilitate rusl Leon Hart of Notre Dame. 'of disease. hour traffic from the park. .< calymore. itriioi wnii ine %  r^,uM. W vf';tM•''' 1 CHASHVAN 12. 571U



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ersonaTTySpeakTng Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. Kline, 966 N.W. 4th St., announce birth of a son, Stephen Michael, on October 26 at Jackson It. „„rinl Hospital. The mother is the former Lily Alexander, Ewer of Nathan Alexander^ 1756 N.W. 16th St. Paternal .Hnarents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, 811 N.W. 13th St. |OuW Itheb lOhio launt, |Mark +c |h a „f!town guests at the bris, which was held Wednesday, were [the [Ohi Donne 1 and Mrs. Sam Chanin, all of Macon, Ga. baby's great grandmother, Mrs. Ida Ngchman of Columbus. Briohis great aunt, Mrs. Joe Vogel, Delaware, Ohio; a great it, Mrs. Eva Cahnin; a great uncle, B. Chanin; cousins, Mrs. iucKie iNaaeTBecomes Mrs. Harry Cygielman Mr and Mrs. Leonard Glickman, 275 S.W. 4'3rd Ave., anounce the birth of a son, David Edward, on October 28 at ackson Memorial Hospital. The bris will be held today at the home of the parents. Mrs. Glickman is the immediate past president of 'he Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish ;ongiess. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm Ave., ave returned here after visiting their children and grandhildren in Los Angeles and Chicaqo. While in those cities, Prosterman, who have been active with the Jewish National und here for many years, made an inspection tour of JNF trices there. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Goldstein, 6337 S.W. 14th St., announce e birth of a son, Mark Leonard, on October 21. Mrs. Goldstein the former Mona Pastroff, daughter of Mrs. Anne Pastroff. aternal grandfather is Alex Goldstein. ^^ ^* "^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 327 Jefierson Ave., Miami ch, recently returned from New Orleans, where they attended e wedding of their son. Dr. David Seitlin, to Miss Hilda onkelowitz. %  Mrs. Philip Kachalsky, accompanied by her daughter, lorence, arrived here from New York last week to spend a onth's vacation with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and s Jack Brettholtz, 3470 S.W. 10th St. %  Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal have returned to their home 244 W. Rivo Alto Dr. following a vacation spent in Monticello, Y. Dr. Rosenthal has also reopened his office at 420 Lincoln d. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, who have resided at the Adams btel for the past six months, have moved to their apartment 318 21st St., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rubin of Fort Pierce announce the th of a son, Michael Allen, at St. Mary's Hospital in West lm Beach. M Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Davidson have returned to their home Lake Worth after visiting Mrs. Davidson's parents, Mr. and is. H. R. Geller in Harrison, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert left this week to make their me in Bangor, Maine. Mrs. Gelbert has been a member of e Jewish Floridian staff. -fc Mrs. A. M. Dorff of 972 S.W. 3rd St., recently underwent gery at Alton Road Hospital and is now recuperating at me. Dr. Joseph Feldman has returned to West Palm Beach to actice following a refresher course in New York. Il


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Miamian Gets Scholarship i 0 ctPiJ Rosenberg, son of Mr. Jg%Z Ben Rosenberg. 3024 cw 6th St., has been awarded ?hV Norman Apell Memorial Scholarship of the Carnegie Institute of Technology. The scholarship, given on the is 0 f talent and ability, profrsswnal standards and character, was established in 1945 by friends I* Sat Norman Apell, a Carnegie drama student killed in France in AU Rosenberg'also won the Goldbloom Memorial Award, given for proficiency and development in Hrama This was established in memory of another Carnegie student, kil led in an airplane crash. Jr. IIailassali Gives Party \ cocktail party was given bv the Miami Beach unit of junior Hadassah, Sunday, October 30, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the £,„„. of Mrs. A. Kogan, 3722 Roval Palm Ave., Miami Beach. The party was given for the K j]l< who have sold $10 worth of bricks in the group's drive to ra iso funds for the construction of a building in Meier Shfeyah Children's Orphan Village in IsThe drive is still in process and will continue until November ;>, when a dance will be given at th>' Sorrento Hotel, closing the campaign. The girl selling the most bricks will receive an allexp'iise trip to Junior Hadassah's national convention in Pittsburgh the weekend of November 26. The group held a dessert and coffee, Thursday. October 27, at 8-45 p.m. in the Elbow room of the Hamburger Hearth, 1549 Washington Ave., Miami Meach. Mrs. Herbert Russcol spoke to the group on present day Israel and her trips to the resettlement camps. Mrs. Russcol, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Shawmut, 3176 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, is a resident of Tel Aviv Mrs. Russcol served in the WAVES for two years and more recently as a nurse in the Haganah. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY WITH WIRT (Paid Pol. Adv.) Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Are., Miami Beach. Friday evenine services at S:80, Saturday morning at 'J a.m. and 111 the evening at 5: JO followed by Bhatos Seudos. Dally services at s am. Mlncha-Maarlv at 5:80 p.m. Kal>l>i Jacob Amlron leads a class ill Minima every evening at :,. Young Israel iiii-inii. is from other branches are invited to attend services and other activities. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening service al 1:19 p.m. l.eon Bchlff and Cantor Maurice Biamches will direct professional choir. Kahhi Shapiro will discuss tli•subject: "A New State—of Affairs." (Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hammersmith will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday at 9 a.m. Reception win follow. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:1.1. Rabbi Kronish will launch series of four sermons On "Religion in American Life." His first topic will be ••What Makes Jerusalem Holy to Atnei lean's Three Faiths?" Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Services will lie held Friday evening at ii:.10. Saturday morning at B:80. Rabbi Mcseheloff will deliver the sermon. His topic will be "Abraham's Blessing." Cantor Peder will chant the services. Mlncha at 5:30 followed by Bhalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Daily school from 3:3" to 6:30 Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Late Friday Service at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach. Sannlav morning service at :> a.m. Rabbi will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law.' 1 Daily services at s a.m. and Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi Mofhay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will conduct services and deliver the sermon. His topic will be "The Fear "f Old Age." A r plion will follow. Religious school meets Sunday morning at 1". Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath evenine service at S: 1.1. In observance of •'Honor the Aged'' Week services will be dedicated to the campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged. Judge Harold It Spaet, immediate past president of the Temple and president of the Home for the Aged will speak on "The Challenge Before Us." Bervices Will be conducted by Rabid Zwitman, North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway. Rabbi Malcolm M. Sparer. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Sundav morning services at '.'. Sunday school registration now. open. Call Irving Jacobs,,n at 19-7867, Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack| ovsky. Frldav eyening services at %  Ml The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Yaail Hakashruth presents to the Jewish community this revised and complete list of kosher butcher shops and poultry markets under our supervision. These are the only shops at present being supervised by our Vaad Hakashruth. You may buy I any oi these with the utmost confidence. Look For The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Poster Insist on the B. J. C. "Kosher Rings" on all poultry Your guarantee of kashruth for the past ten years. KOSHER POULTRY MARKETS Guttman's Market, Gutlman and Lapot. 325 Collins Ave. S & H Live Poultry Market. Elgison Bros.. 320 Collins Ave. V/hite Rose Market, Berman Bros., 87 Washington Ave. KOSHER BUTCHER SHOPS Beach Food Center. Jack Pomeranii, 1421 Washington Ave. Community Food Center. Deutch it Levenson. 451-453 41st St. Crown Market. Herman Rakear. 1122 15th St. Deutch Hotel & Rest. Meat & Poultry Supply. 951 Collins Ct. Empire Market. Henry Wolder, 204 First St. Guttman's Market. Nathan Slomkin. 325 Collins Ave. Kahlenberg's Market. Sol Kahlenberg, 806 6th St. Mel's Market, Sam Serlin. 704 Collins Ave. Merlin's Market, Abe Rubin. 320 Collins Ave. National Market, Diener Bros., 424 Collins Ave. Normandy Market. Herman Goldberger, 1171 Everglade Cone. Penn-Way Market. Sam Melnick. 1447 Drexel Ave. Trachtenberg's Market. Rothstein & Winter, 1323 Washington Ave. Washington Food Center. Sam Deutch. 1051 Washington Ave. Westchester Market. F. Woloder. 287 Collins Ave. White Rose Market. Morris HeUer. 87 Washington Ave. Whitman's Market. Pores & Whitman. 1325 Washington Ave. For Kashruth information call: 5-1328 Rabbi M. Mescheloff. executive director Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi will npeak on "Disharmony." Al Haturdaj evening services the rabbi's sermon topic will be "(ftrangers .ii Home Mlncha ;.t 5:15 p.m. during the wi • k. s iturdaj at I p m, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer, Kabbala Rhabbos services FYldav evening at 5:30. Saturday mornins al 9 a in Rabbi April win speak on "Our Firm Resolution." Mlshnals i IHHS al 4:30 p.m. followed by Mlncha and Maarlv services Bar Mltsvah services Sunday morning* at v::'i followed bv :• Bar Mitzvah breakfast. Sundav school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dalln 3:15 t.. 4:15 p.m. Dally services at 7:30 a.m and 6:80 p.m. Congregation Beth El (Ortho! dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evenine services at 5:80, Saturday morning at B:30. Mlncha at 5:13 followed 1>\ Sbalns Kudos. 8unda> services at 8:80 a.m. Sunday school 1" a.m. Dally religious school \ 10 to 8:30 Pally religious services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.. j Miami Beach. Friday evening s,-i vices at .":'lft; I Saturday morning at '.'. Mlncha at r, p.m followed liy Bhalos Seudos. Dally services al 7:80 am. and 5:50 p.m. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 916 Everglades Concourse. Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Saturday morning services at '. a.m. United Jewish School. Main Campus, University of Miami. Classes at 10 a.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:18. Religious service to he followed by congregational symposium. Rabbi nanson will deliver an address on ".More Vital Even Than the Atomic Borne.' Symposium on George Orwell's novel •'Nineteen Klghly-Four." Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue Palermo near Le Jeune. Friday evening services at 8:13. Rabbi Skop will preach. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Rabbi Ever will give three sermons iiiis SaturdayTheme for morning service will be "The Biblical Sarah ami the Modern Sarahs, Which Will be dedicated to the new slate of officers of the Ijidies Auxiliary. At 1:30 Itabbi will speak before Mlncha on "Who Was the First Jewish Reformer?" At Shalos Buedos Rabbi Ever will apeak on "What Is Judaism? Mlncha wili follow. Dally class, s in session from 3:30 P.m. Monday through Thursday, in a.m. Sunday till noon. Plans are being formulated to hold regular Sunday morning breakfasts for the children under auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 145 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at !' • 1 'Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Milton Freedman. Earl) Kridav services 5:89 p.m. Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. I*" Friday services at 8:15. Rabbi Hontt will speak on "If 1 Forget I ho-. %  I : 3-0754 installation luncheon of the Miami Beech Auxiliary to the Jwi ,, „ irtn _Hom. for the Aged held at the Delano Hotel Tuesday. IL I WVH vwmmiJJiVl>lcr\ (Paid Pol. Adv.)



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949 Jewish fhridfiaun PAGE THIRTEEN Tempi** Launches Ailuli Education Program Nov. Hi Temple Beth Sholom will launch a full-scale program of adult Jewish education, under the auspices of its adult education committee, beginning Wednesday evening. November 16, *in the templeFor a period of six weeks each Wednesday evening will be divided into two periods. From 8 t 0 9 p.m. three Hebrew courses will be offered by members of the religious school faculty. Prayer book Hebrew will be taught by Principal Sydney J. Grcenberg; elementary conversational Hebrew, by Mrs. Rose Marder; advanced conversational Hebrew, by Andrew Kornreich. Prom 9 to 10 a forum on "Why Liberal Judaism?" will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. Other series in this program are planned for January, February and March. Members of the temple's adult education committee are: Mrs. Shepard Broad, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Waller, Mrs. George Sut' cliffe, Samuel Segal, Jr., Mrs. William Loeb, Mrs. William I Masur. Mrs. Neal Kars, Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mr. and Mrs. I Frank Steinberg, Mr. and Mrs. I Joseph Pardo, Mrs. Norman Babel. Mrs. H. S. Kaplan, Mr. and Mis. Louis E. Goldman, Melvin Richards, Burnett Roth. RepreI senting temple youth are Shalomo Shawmut, Charlotte Glyck and Marilyn Goodman. Further information may be obtained by calling the temple office at 5-6710. Youth Advisers To Hold Course For Trainees To meet the urgent demand foi advisers to lead various B'nai B'rith youth groups includ.ng the AZA. BBG and BBYW, the advisers' council of the B'nai B'rith will conduct a brief training course, consisting of two classes to begin on Thursday, November 10, at 8 p.m. at a meeting place to be announced. "Guiding the young people of the B'nai B'rith family should be considered one of the most important phases of B'nai B'rith work because they will be the B'nai B'rith workers of tomorrow.' Miss Selma Lewis. B'nai B'ntl. youth director, said. "These young people need encouragement and leadership it they are to continue their activities," she declared. Msss Lewis said that all B'nai B'rith groups—both men's and women's—have been asked to lend their support by making announcements about the course at their meetings. She urged them to make an all-out effort 10 meet the need. Wellington organized the first military police in the British army according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Elected lo the national board of the National Council of Jewish women at the organization's six-day triennial convention in Baltimore last week was Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Myers is immediate past president of the Miami section j of the council and a former president of the Southeastern region of the group. Mrs. Irving I M. Engel of New York City was named president of the organization, which represents more j than 85.000 women. Commission Candidate Has Varied Experience Rcgina L. McLinden, who i is running for the office of city commissioner in the November lb election, has been a resident of Miami for the past ten years, coming here from Hartford, Conn. She attended New Rochelle College for Women and Yonkers Business College and studied piano at the New York German Conservatory of Music. She has served as court stenographer, taught piano, worked for a theatrical booking agency, prior to entering the business field. Mrs. McLenden. the only woman candidate in the race, also operated a chain of drug stores in Connecticut, was president of Lormac Corporation and managed several factories in the North. Since her husband's death nine years ago, she has been in the real estate business. Mrs. McLinden has three children, Dorothy, who is now, Mrs Jamer L. Garrison; Hugh (Mickey), who is a sports writer on the Evening Independent ot St. Petersburg, and Helene, a junior at Gesu High School, Skop, Schwartzman Speak To Northsiders Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Lou Schwartzman were principal speakers at a meeting of the Northside Jewish Center held at the American Legion Hall. 6600 Biscavne Blvd.. on Thursday, November 3. at 8:30 p.m. Vivian Cirlin, Herman Grayson Speak Vows Miss Vivian Cirlin and Herman Grayson exchanged nuptial vows Sunday in the presence of immediate families and a few close friends. The early afternoon ceremony took place at the home of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. who officiated at the service". A reception at the Robert Richter Hotel followed. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, 1745 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Grayson's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldberg, 1940 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore cream colored heevy satin. The neckline*and the sleeves, which wer f gathered at the elbow, were out| lined in Venetian lace and the full skirt ended in a long court train Her fingertip length veil of French illusion fell from a seea pearl coronet. The bride carried a bouquet of white orchids and carnations. Miss Babette Cirlin, sister of the bride, was maid of honor in a light blue taffeta gown. Miss Ruth Bernice Goldberg, sister of the bridegroom, was attired in pink chiffon. Leslie Rome was best man and Byron Cirlin, brother of the bride was usher. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Cirlin wore blue chiffon. The bridegroom's mother chose white tulle and black Chantilly lace. Both wore orchids. The newlyweds are making a tour of Florida for their honeymoon and will reside at 2140 Biarritz Dr., Normandy Isle, upon their return. Mr. Grayson received his bachelor and law degrees at the University of Miami where he belonged to Phi Epsilon Pi Fiatei nity. He is a member of the Florida, Dade County and Miami Beach Bar Associations and also belongs to Miami Beach Civic League, American Legion Post 85 and is a charter member of the Air Force Association. Mr Grayson served four years in the Air Force and OSS His bride attended the University of Miami and was graduated from the University of Illinois where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. She also did graduate work at the University of Wisconsin. Pittsburgh Club To Swim Members of the Gieater Miami Pittsburgh Club have been invited by Nat Hankoff of the Monte Carlo Hotel to swim in the hotel pool and attend a water show on Monday. November 7, at 8:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Leonard L. Kimoail. president. All members of the club are invited to be present. Mrs. Herman Grayson III! I nits To Hear llr S. llluinenthal Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, consulting psychologist, will be the featured speaker at the regular meeting of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon club on Friday, November 4. at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Building, Miami, it has been announced by William L. Pallot. luncheon club chairman. A former professor of psychology and consulting psychologist at the University of Miami. Dr. Blumenthal has been a practicing psychologist for the past sixteen years. He will discuss "The Psycholgist Looks at Marriage and Divorce" and relate his actual experiences in the adjustment of marital problems at the DomesticRelations Court of New York City. Members and guests of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon club will hear Dr. Blumenthal discuss the understanding and treatment of mental and emotional problems of both children and adults, at their meeting Tuesday, November 8, at the Hamburger Hearth Restaurant, 1475 Washington Avc. Miami Beach, it has been announced by Jack Gold, luncheon club chairman. A short talk by George J. Talianoff, general membership chairman of B'nai B'rith, will be another feature of the meeting. David R. Isen, president of Miami Beach Lodge, will preside and the public is invited. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in iMsln-Ns HiiiliT tho fl.titlmis name nl Capitol Sewing Machine at 131 w. IIU Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register snicl name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Hade County. K "" i,Ul ALBERT IUVEBA JOSEPH C. ROS-OH Partners 11/4-11-18-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ',. undesigned, desiring t.. engage In MIL s under the fictitious name of %  Kilty Men.Shop at 25o Wee Plaf• Street. .Miami. Florida, Intends realstei said name with the < lerk th" Circuit Court of Dade County. ,; B. ABONOPF Sole Owner 11. 4-11 -IS Shown her. (1. to r.) are Mi.i Clara Cold.nb.rgMr*. Jack Udell, and Mr.. Fred Jon... who !" de arrangernents for the installation luncheon of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to he Jewish Hi\~.. i i_. ..... _i_T->.i. nn Hntel Tuesaay. installation luncheon of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to th H m for th. Aged h.ld t th. D.Uno Hot.l Tu.m.y. N TB P E D C?RC^.T PU c'o i}ST T OF N THB FOR DADE COUNTY, hUlRIDA. N CHANCERY, No. 2814. BELLA MOSKOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs. Vm'lS MOSKOWITZ. Defendant. THE STATE OF FrXlRIDA: TO: LOUIS MOSKOWITZ 2137 Vyse Avenue Bronx, New York You are hereinrequired to file vour appearance to Plaintiff's Bill Ol ComplSnt tor Diverge to the abovestyled cause '>n pr before the I 08J of li.M-eml.er. 194i otherwise the allegations • %  < said Bill will be taken HH confessed by you. ... „ DATED al Miami. Florida, this i ,iv of November, ifl49. a> E II I.KATHERMAN. ClerK of Circuit Court "•"-'"" ( '""" MV"\I. C. FBiaE, Deputy Clerh SAM SILVER Solicitor fur Plaintiff 170:1 Con-resB Building Miami. Florida U/t-11-M-M Our New ELECTRIC PLUCKER Provides Rapid Service to our Customers when purchasing KOSHER-KILLED POULTRY from GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-7808 Barbara June Block Betrothal Revealed Barbara June Block Tho approaching marriage of Miss Barbara June Block to Richard L. Cole, son of the Albert Coles. 505 West 47th St., Miami Beach, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I. Block, Chicago, 111. The ceremony will take place on November 23 in the Drake Hotel in Chicago. Mrs. Dick Stern, sister of the. bridegroom, will serve as matron of honor, and Stanley Gaines will be best man. Following a wedding trip to South America, the couple will reside in Chicago, where Mr. Cole is vice president of the Cole Products Corporation. The bride-elect attended the University of Miami. Mr. Cole is a graduate of the University of Michigan. Don't Look At This IF YOU DON'T WANT A GOOD BUY! Here is a 2-bedroom duplex, completely furnished, on a beautifully landscapped lot 150' deep. 2 blocks from a synagogue, 2 bus lines, shopping, close in to town. This duplex is priced to sell. If interested come to 1134 N.W. 9th Street. Then We also have a 15 unit CBS apt. bldg. beautifully furnished in the heart of town Always rented and — believe it or not—this bldg will pay itself out in 5 years. RAY Z1EGLER Broker 1208 N.W. 2nd St. Phone 3-3713 Owner Insists Here is a gold mine for anyone wanting a dry cleaning plant and laundry. Doing a terrific business. Before you buy, owner insists that you spend a week or two with them and see for yourself the business done. The plant is fully equipped and has living quarters. Price is ridiculously low For further information call RAY ZIEGLER Broker 1208 N.W. 2nd St. Phone 3-3713 Let's All Get Out and Support ELLENBURG THE MAN BEST QUALIFIED TO SERVE. OUR LOCAL NEEDS ELECT J. B. 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pinAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1949 *Jenisli thridSar) PAGE FIFTEEN jr. Hadassah To Sponsor Dancp rlhe Miami Unit of Junior Ha, '" h w iU sponsor a costume ball Ed November 12, at 8:30 ?' at ihe Beth El patio, 500 &W I'll' Ave. Scheduled to appear on the pro0 ,am are Rita Ross and Ela.ne Sachs who will present several „ 0 -eitv numbers; Florence Lovmeer' vocalist; and Alvin SchwarU. impersonator Proceeds from the affair will e o toward the maintenance of Lk an eleven year old orphan IM Meier Shfcyah village in Is' 1 whom the unit adopted. Miriam Scheinberg, dance Irfiairman, has announced that the I member who sells one hundred I j 0 ]lars worth of tickets or more I jll receive a free round trip ticket tu the Junior Hadassah national conclave in Pittsburgh during the Th.mksgiving weekend. Assisting Miss Scheinberg with I arrangements are Joyce AronoIvilz refreshments: Lee Silverman and Edith Feldman, entertainment: Mickey Einhorn, I tickets Miami's First Need Is I Industry, Wolfarth Says Job security and increased business opportunities were set forth |bv city commission candidate %  William I Bill) Wolfarth this week las "Miami's greatest needs toIday." •Sure, we need sewers and Lidewalks," Wolfarth said, "—and |l aim in start work on them as Isoon as I am elected—but my Imam goal as city commissioner %  will be to attract desirable inIdustry and bring more payrolls |to Miami. •This program must be undertaken immediately," Wolfarth dele!,red. "tu provide economic seIcurity Miami's rapidly growling population." Wolfarth who has served as Idiiectnr of the Miami Jaycees, %  the Executives Association, and (the Great! r Miami Aviation AsjBociatiun. has been a leader in She fight tu ouild a Pan-Ameritan Trade Mart in Miami to win pack from New Orleans the Latin-Ann-: ican trSde supremacy Which he says "should rightly Wong to Miami." The owner of Cushman's Bakng Co. (not affiliated with the Northern Cushman's), Wolfarth is llso campa.;;ning for "more busibess-like handling of the city's linances tu lighten the people's |ax burden"' and "more effective ong rangi city planning to help Miami become one of the world's greatest, most prosperous cities." He and his wife Mary have lour children. They live at 2100 W. 23rd St. TYS Club Will Install Leaders At Party Sunday Newly elected officers of the TYS Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will be installed at a party for all members and their mothers on November 6. at 8 p.m.. at the home of Ei.'een Schumer. 2326 S.W. 24th Ave. Miss Tobie Jacobskind ,the club's advisor, will install Barbara Chak, the new president, < who, in turn, will install her I officers. Estelle Fleischman, past president, is in charge of the affair, and her committee members are Eileen Schumer and Bobbie Schecter. entertainment. and Myrna Wasserman and Ruth Dixon, refreshments. Friedson Named League President Max Friedson has been elected president of the Southwest Civic League. Other officers elected were Norman R. Lyons, first vice president; Jack Price, second vice president: Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, third vice president; Abraham Price, treasurer; Lillian Smulson, recording secretary; Ethel Lewis, corresponding secretary; and Leo Landis, financial secretary. Appointed to serve as members of the board of directors were: Jack E. Schieff, Nathan Trauman, Sidney Stepkin, Joe K. Cohen, Arthur Deutsch, Sol Nissonoff, Daniel Sonorof, Mrs. A. A. Hayden, Ed Moore, Moe Tendrich and Ethel Schieff. —Ardmore Photo Shown above are Stella Grey and her father. Burton Grey, who have leading roles in the Temple Beth Sholom production of "Stage Door," famous Broadway play by George Kaufman and Edna Ferber, which will be presented on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 7. 8 and 9. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Mrs. Alan Herron, chairman of the Beth Sholm Sisterhood's drama group, announces that all proceeds from the play will go to the temple religious school, which is the sisterhood's major responsibility. Tickets may be secured from Mrs. Norman Babel. 5-5292. FOR SALE De Luxe Guest House 326 N. E. 21st St. wly decorated and completely uipped—15 Bedrooms—8 Baths le living quarters for owner. Immediate Possession Film Highlights Hollywood Youth Unit Meeting The motion picture, "Steps to Safety." highlighted the meeting of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Hollywood Chapter, on Thursday evening. October 27, at the Jewish Community Center. The movie was presented by Sgt. I Ted Donath, Hollywood traffic officer, and Patrolman George Reichgott of the Safety Education Branch, Florida Highway Patrol, and was followed by a question and answer period. Morton Reiss, program chairman, announced that in observance of Jewish Book Month, Rabbi Jacob Honig of the Jewish Community Center would Review a book written by a prominent Jewish author at the November 10th meeting of the group. The public is invited to attend. Meetings of the youth organization are held each Thursday evening. Young men and women between the ages of 16 and 25 are eligible for membership. CAN ACCOMMODATE 4 TO 6 GENTLEMEN In Two Large Rooms With Board if Desired Call 3-7115 '52 N. W. 33rd Street POSITION WANTED pbned Lady Seeks Position as fompamon. Best European Background. Sleep Out. WRITE E. E. Box 2973, Miami 18 Mrs. Lefcourt Entertains Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, 421 S.W. 28th Road, was hostess to new members of the Miami Group of Hadassah last week in the first of a series of membership teas to be held each month. Mrs. Morris Skop spoke on "The Jew in Art" and exhibited her painting of Henrietta Szold. founder of Hadassah. Katharine Belknap, concert pianist, rendered piano selections by Chopin. Assisting Mrs. Lefcourt, were Mrs. David Hess, membership chairman, and her co-chairman, Mrs. George Buch. Opportunity liable Man with Restaurant PPenence to operate same for Widow. References. 0Box 3224, Miami 20 Theatre Party Slated A theatre party has been scheduled by Tropical Lodge, Bnai B'rith. for Saturday, November 5. it has been announced by A. Budd Cutler, president. Alvin Budner. program chairman, has arranged for the lodge to attend the University of Miami Ring Theatre's production of In tne Garden." IF You want to establish a profitable and dignified business with a small investment. thorough knowledge of your Jewish comTHEN You have munity. 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Pi at the University of Miami. Melvin Finn, appointed by the supreme board as Southern regional chairman for one year, attends the monthly meetings of the Miami alumni group. cord dealers an i your a-tv MUSIC 11 West 42nd Street, New York 18, N. Y. Dr.chas.RHYON OPTOMETRIST Announces the Opening of His New Office at 58 MIRACLE MILE • EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 WED. 9:30 to 1:00 TELEPHONE 4-4953 Leonard A. Levine HALL FOR RENT ON MIAMI BEACH EDUCATIONAL LYCEUM 25 Washinnton Ave Miami Beach Available for all functions WKDDIN'US, MEETINGS. LECTURES, BAR MITZVAHS, Accommodates B00 people Air cooled Banquet facilities Seating ISO Modern kitchen and catering service FOR INFORMATION CALL J POLLACK, 5-3166 BROS L J r HOTEL OWNERS .... 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ihd^wiisltUEIliOipidliiaun VOLUME 22—NUMBER 44 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS $1,004,448 Sousht MS" "£" *' r Beth David Dinner 1950 Chest Campaign ••Let's take care of our own! is the battlecry of the army of vnlun'i-ers who set out Tuesday to drum up $1,004,448 for the Community Chest. According to James M. Legate, campaign chairman, 'here will be no luncheons, no frills in this drive All energy will be concentrated on collecting enough money in one month to enaole the 21 Red Feather agencies supported by ihe Chest "to take care of our wn." Formal report meetings will not be held this year, LeGate said. "All emphasis will be placed on specific areas. We'll bend every effort to get complete coverage there, rather than attempt to draw in workers from all over the country for time-consuming repjrt sessions." The 1950 goal is $8,725 less than last year; however, it is over the million mark for the second I time in Chest history. First time I was last year. An innovation in the 1950 apI proach is the "checking out" of all volunteers by a solicitor training committee before they visit prospects. Mrs. Stanley Milledge JWB Director Will (Assist With Survey Elias Picheny, assistant director Lot program service of the Jewish [Welfare Board, arrived in Miami I Wednesday, to assist with the surIvey now being conducted by the I committee on recreational services of the Greater Miami Jewish | Federation. The (..unmittee, which is under I the leadership of Carl Weinkle, I is now surveying the leisure time I needs and facilities in the Greater Miami area and working out a program to meet these needs. It is a sub committee of the ComImunity Planning Committee Iwhich is headed by Stanley C. |Myers. The committee has been enIgaged in the preliminary aspects Iof the survey during the past sev leral weeks, according to Max C. KJettinger, committee secretary. Members include delegates pom the Miami Beach YM-WHA, Ithe Miami Jewish Community ICenter, the synagogues and all Iother organizations engaged in [recreation work for youth and ladults. Picheny will make his headIquarters at the Federation office. 1420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. and George Chertkof are chairmen of the training committee. Miami Beach, with a quota of a quarter of a million dollars, is conducting a separate drive within the overall campaign. Heading the Beach drive are Mayor Harold Turk and Leonard L. Abess. Turk announced that more than 500 workers began the job of ringing doorbells after a meeting Tuesday morning. A special broadcast directed toward Beach volunteers included speeches by Sen. Claude Peppei and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Valliere Is New Local Postmaster Samuel R. Valliere, 34-year veteran of the local post office, took the oath as postmaster ol Miami Tuesday afternoon before several hundred of his co-workers, who crowded the patio of the main post office. He was sworn in by Postal Inspector Sylvester Hettrick. Valliere, who has been acting postmaster here since Hugh P Emerson resigned nearly a yeai ago, was presented with a huge special delivery card bearing almost a thousand signatures of his employees. Presentation was made by John J. Dowling, who has served with the post office for 21 years and is its oldest special delivery messenger. Over $30,000 was pledged for the Congregation Beth David building fund at an informal buffet dinner Sunday night at the new synagogue at S.W. 3rd Ave.. between 26th and 27th Roads. The affair, which honored Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro on the occasion of his entering the eighteenth year of service to the congregation, was given by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman. Myers, who served as toast master, recounted the growth and development of the synagogue since the rabbi ascended the pulpit in 1939 until today. He urged those present to make contributions in honor of the rabbi. Following the appeal by Myers and another—equally fervent— from Jacob Sher. pledges totalling more than $30 000 were imde. Myers explained that this affair was the first of a series of informal assemblies to be given during the next few weeks in honor of the rabbi and his wife. The series, he said, would culminate in a gala Friday night ceremony to follow the regular services. At that time the entire Beth David membership will be given an opportunity to pay tribute to the spiritual leader. For this occasfon the new synagogue was decorated with palms and the banquet tables' were banked with flowers. Preceding dinner nors d'oeuvres and cocktails were served to guests and dinner music was provided throughout the evening. Heatter Will Headline Home For Aged Dinner Gabriel Heatter, noted radio commentator, will be principal speaker at the sixth anniversary dinner of the Jewish Home for the Aged to be held Sunday, November 6, at 7 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Also slated to appear are the Lind Brothers, who have been drawing the crowds at the Five O'clock Club. The dinner will mark the beginning of "Honor the Old Folks Week." Official proclamation by Mayor Robert L. Floyd of Miami dedicating the week to the aged was read at a breakfast meeting of the leaders in the Jewish Home for the Aged fund-raising campaign Sunday morning. In making public the proclamation, Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home and chairman of the current building fund campaign for $300,000, said it was the first time any city in the country "has set aside a whole week in which to focus the attention of the citizenry on the plight of the aged in our midst." Judge Spaet congratulated Mayor Floyd upon being the first mayor to isue such a proclamation and predicted that "in future years the observance of 'Honor the Old Folks Week' will become a national custom." Part of Mayor Floyd's proclamation, as read by Judge Spaet, follows: "WHEREAS, the Jewish Home for the Aged is a Miami institution that is contributing substantially to the general welfare Who Is George Armstrong? of Miami and the metropolitan Miami area, and "WHEREAS, it is now urgent that a new Jewish Home for the Aged be constructed to provide accomodations for a minimum of one hundred aged citizens, and .. "WHEREAS, it is believed the public-spirited citizens of Miami and its metropolitan area will desire to assist in a movement to provide care for an important segment of our aged population, "NOW, THEREFORE, I, Robert L. Floyd, mayor of the city of Miami, realizing the g"owing seriousness and our responsibility for solution of our problem for the care of the aged, do hereby proclaim the week beginning Sunday, November sixth, 1949 as "HONOR THE OLD FOLKS WEEK." Judge Spaet said that invitations to the sixth anniversary dinner next Sunday night have already been accepted by more than 100 outstanding leaders of the Jewish community. As the seating capacity is limited to 180, he urged that reservations be made at once. Myers, Singer. Klass To Attend Chicago Meet I Stardey C. Myers, William D. ISimjei. president of the Greater IMiami Jcwi&n Federation, and [Morris Klass, executive director |ol Federation, will attend the Big lutics Conference in Chicago Saturday and Sunday, November 5 L d 6. The meet, sponsored by Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, of Ijvnich Myers is president, is atf .u d by representatives of 30 or the largest Jewish communities in the country. Scheduled to speak at the conference are Harold Glasser, director of the Institute of Overpeas Studies, CJFWF; Berl Locker %  "lairman of the executive of the fcfewish Agency; and Moses eavitt. executive director of the point Distribution Committee. L„ pose of the meet is to Pjjilyze 1949 fund-raising fcunEJjp 1 *. to evolve sound principal 5 ,'" tim n g and organizing |cap,tal fund drives and to develop sound budgeting procedure, imunities represented at the Icotu we expect to raise $150,W,000 in drives during 1950. By GILBERT J. BALKIN Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League The efforts, as widely reported in the press, by Judge George W. Armstrong. 83 year old Texas millionaire, to endow Jefferson Military College, a small Mississippi institution, with fifty million dollars to teach white supremacy and the "superiority of the Anglo-Saxon and Latin American races" call for the exposure of the anti-Semitic and hate-mongering background of this individual. Who is George W. Armstrong, who would introduce Hitler's technique of using educational institutions to spread Nazi religious and racial doctrines into the United States? Armstrong's action has been characterized by Justice Meier Steinbrink of the New York Supreme Court, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, as "the fantastic scheme of a warped old man to halt and turn back the tide of progress in education." George W. Armstrong has been a long-time financial angel to the organized peddlers of hate in the South, such as Gerald L. K. Smith. Smith, leader of the Christian Nationalist Party, has visited Armstrong's estate near Natchez, Miss., which is also located near Jefferson Military College. In 1945, Armstrong established the Judge Armstrong Foundation, incorporation in Texas. A. U. S. Congressional investigation into Fascism disclosed the foundation's funds to be $14,000, of which $12,000 was spent for the publication of anti-Semitic pamphlets. One pamphlet, entitled "World Empire," published in 1947 urged deportation of Negroes and Jews, and asked for the repeal of the 14th and 15th amendments to the United States Constitution, so that only "the nation's white Americans may have a voice in the government of America. In this same pamphlet, Armstrong wrote that Hitler did not seek war, and that the Fuhrer was a better man than "the Jews. Roosevelt and Churchill." In another pamphlet entitled, "March of Bolshevism." Armstrong stated that Fascism and Nazism are basically Christian. In his latest pamphlet entitled. "Zionist Wall Street," Armstrong quotes at length from the fraudulent "Protocols of the Elders of Zion." with a few additions from the obscene sheet of Julius Streicher. Nazi propagandist. One chapter in his pamphlet is headed. "Is Harry Solomon Truman a Communist?" The author's answer is in the affirmative. Armstrong's publications were reprinted or cited by such professional bigots as Arnold Leese. notorious convicted British Fascist: Agnes Waters, perennial antiSemitic witness before Congressional committees; Mrs. Lyrl Van Hyning in her un-American "Women's Voice;" and Conde McGinley, publisher of the discredited weekly. "Common Sense." In December. 1947. Texas newspapers reported that Judge Armstrong had become associated with Major General Van Horn Moseley (ret.), of Atlanta, Ga. A rabid anti-Semite and racebaiter for many years, Moseley is named as a member of the board of Jefferson Military College. Moseley was the army officer whose attack on the federal government on the occasion ol his retirement in 1938, was characterized by the Secretary of War as "flagrantly disloyal." The May 15, 1939. issue of "World Service," the official Nazi propaganda publication, highly praised "the well known American General Van Horn Moseley On June 1, 1939, Moseley appeared before the Dies Committee of the House of Representatives where he repeated his antiJewish views. In February. 1940. Moseley was quoted in the Atlanta Journal, "We don't wanl the nvb rule of democracy." Homer Loomis, of the ill-fated Columbians, is reported to have consulted Moseley frequently Since the war Moseley, who is supported on a pension from thf United States government, has busied himself writing open let ters to prominent individuals and to editors of newspapers expressing his prejudiced viewpoint. In December, 1947, Armstrong also began a series of paid advertisements in Texas newspapers urging Southern voters to abandon the Democratic and Republican parties and to support Gov ernor J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina for president. In these advertisements, Armstrong inserted openly anti-Semitic and anti-Negro material. Armstrong'? attempts to jump on the State's Rights band-wagon were sharply rebuked by Governor Thurmond, who, in a letter published in the Fort Worth Star Telegram on October 31, 1948, stated: "I have no option but categorically to repudiate the attempt in the name of the party whose candidate I am to appeal to religious and racial prejudices." Available evidence makes it difficult to estimate accurately the actual extent of Armstrong's wealth. As recently as 1947, commercial credit reports revealed that the Texas Steel Company, of which Armstrong is board chairman, had a capital stock of $500,000, all of which was held by the Armstrong family, and that Armstrong, nimself, was worth more than three million dollars. It was further reported that Armstrong individually held 60 per cent of the stock in the Texas Steel Company and, in addition, 40,000 acres of land in Mississippi on which two oil fields were located. At the same time, it was noted that he had personal liabilities to the extent of $600,000. In 1947, Armstrong's contribution to Gerald L. K. Smith, reported by Smith to the Clerk of the House of Representatives, was $200, between January 1 and October 22, 1948, $500. According to a more recent G. L. K. Smith report to the clerk, Armstrong lent Smith $500 during the period January 1 to May 31, 1949. This documented report on the association of Armstrong with the anti-democratic movement in our nation should be made known to the American people for their recognition of such threat to the freedom and democratic institutions of our nation. Israel Parties To Hold Joint Meet TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Mapai andMapam delegations which have been conducting separate negotiations on the eventual inclusion of Mapam in the present coalition government will hold a joint meeting, it was reported recently. The Palmach conference ended here after 20,000 veterans of the Palmach striking battalions participated in a series of rallies and parades. Despite an order issued earlier by Brig. Yaacov Dori, Army Chief of Staff. Palmach veterans who are now serving in Israel's armed forces took part in the rallies. All of these, however, were out of uniform. Former Palmach commander, Itzhak Sadeh, who recently resigned his commission in the Israel Army told the veterans that the "Palmach will continue to, serve the fatherland as it did in the past. It is always ready to defend the fatherland should an emergency arise again," he added, Use Koch Arrested By German Authorities MUNICH, (JTA)—Use Koch, notorious German war criminal who has been charged with ordering inmates of the Buchenwald death camp murdered in order to use their tattooed skins for lampshades, book covers and other objects, was last week arrested by Bavarian authorities as she was freed at the Landsberg women's prison where she completed a four-year term on various war crimes charges. The notorious criminal was immediately transported to another prison at Aichach, near here, where she will remain until she is tried by the German authorities on charges of crimes against German nationals at the Nazi camp. Her original sentence by an American military court was life imprisonment, but last year it was reduced by Gen. Lucius D. Clay, then American commander in^ Germany, to a four-year term, commutation of sentence The aroused public indignation in the United States and led to a Senatorial investigation. m MHUHIH



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Heach Political Unit Will Open liuforoom Sunday A young political organization, the Democratic Laborers Association of Miami Beach, will celel.i-ite the opening of its clubroom „ the Blackstone Hotel, 8th St. and Washington Ave., with an oSen house all day Sunday, November 6. unt.U 2 am. President Jack Marcus has announced that members of the association will be present at all hours to explain the aims and ', omplishments of the group Refreshment! will be served throughout the day and night. according to its charter, grant,,l in June of this year, the association has among its objects "to Dromote and foster a wide i eV el of interest in civic betterment and municipal affairs ;iinong permanent residents of Miami Beach who are also engaged in obtaining their economic livelihood in and on Miami Beach." Besides Marcus, other officers .,.-, %  W. Rabinowitz, vice president: Joseph Reynolds, treasurer: Ted Nelson, executive secretary, and Michael Allen, sergeant-at... .ilS. Book Review Scheduled Golds Meyerson Club of the Pu.neer Women will sponsor a book review on Sunday, November 8, at 8:15 p.m. at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will discuss Chaim Weizmann's autobiography, "Trial and Error." Vocal selections will b? preted by Sarah Ann Brameister, a graduate of the University of Miami and member of the Beth David choir. Israel movies will i be shown. Admission is 50 cents and the Dublic is invited. Beach PTA Breakfast South Beach Elementary School PTA invited mothers of the sixth ade children to attend a breakfasl at the school cafeteria at |i 30 a.m. on Thursday, October 2j Purpose of the breakfast was to discuss problems pertinent to this grade level. Leading the discussion was Miss Malvina Weiss, principal, and the sixth grade teachers, Mrs. Bleich, Herbert Silver and Frank Needham. Breakfast was served by the refi eshment committee. Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk was first to greet Jackson Holtz of Brookline. Massachusetts, on his election as national commander of the Jewish Var Veterans at the Delano Hotel. Workers Alliance Will Meet Wednesday Eve The Ben Gurion Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, November 9, at 8:15 p.m. at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Alfred Mamlet will be guest speaker. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ADVISES THE PUBLIC: 1. To buy meat ONLY where the sign of the G.M.V.H is DISPLAYED. ;IH tills is the only aaaurance that the stor.la endorsed D) us. 2. To buy poultry ONLY with the ring Of the Q-M-V-H.. ." %  assures you that the shochet Is under the constant supervision <>f the rabbi. Other Information in the field of Kashruth In this area may Dc obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph B. Rackovsky, MS Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Phone 5-35*5. HARRY SIRKIN. Pre.. H. SOOTIN S. A. M. BEAR. Vice Prei. S l-OBEL. T (lliose federal Savings m AND LOAN ASSOCIATION B^f NORTH BEACH OFFICE 7435 Collins Ave. Pti: 86-7331 MEMBER: C L, ClfMINTS, frs.ldenl Fed#ro ^.^ and Loon Inturonc* Corp. MAIN OFFICE 1100 Lincoln Road Fit: 58-7411 Federal Home loon Bank System RESOUdCES OVER $15,000,000 I amain Chapter To Sponsor Party Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women will sponsor a card and lawn party on Sunday. November 6, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Slotsky. 2185 S.W. 17th St. Proceeds are earmarked for Mizrachi's latest project — the group's 49th in Israel—a farm school and home for 150 children at Tel Arish. Israel. Admission is one dollar and the public is invited. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Slotsky at 82-0912. Fox Re-Named Editor Of Normandy School Paper Ivan Fox has been selected to head the Normandy School newspaper for the second successive year. Issued weekly, the paper is in its fourteenth year of publication and is distributed not only to students but to alumni throughout the country. Other appointment are associate editor, Eddie Cooper; grammar page editor. Ellen Ostroff; feature writers. Jack Silverman, Carol Elin: reporters, Betty Kaplan. Shirley Handelman. Bob Kassman, Sonia Zacharia; distribution. Bob Ackerman, Bob Packer. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpel Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING The Season For Parties Is Her CONSULT AN EXPERT G Inc. .ontinental Caterers, Kosher Caterers WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS (Hors d'oeuvres Smorgasbord) PARTIES AT HOME. TEMPLE OR IN LEADING HOTELS Official Caterers Miami Beach Jewish Center Under Complete Supervision of GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH FIRESTONE and SONNTAG 516 Washington Avenue Phone 5-6617 8 •t ] Jil" JAMES A. DUNN Candidate for Election to the MIAMI CITY COMMISSION "Qualified by Experience" A Lawyer, a Former Municipal Judge and Served as City Commissioner for Seven and One-half Years Primary. November 15. 1949 General Election, Nov. 22. 1949 (Paid Pol. Adv.) A Gift Subscription 1 •+ 111 If you hove a dote with Mr. Stork we'll send you a FREE gift subscription te "BABY TALK" magazine the famous, national monthly dedicated to Mothers and Babies. Each issue of "BABY TALK" contains helpful, pre-natal advice and valuable up-to-date information for young mothers. You'll find the authoritative, interesting articles, special features and lovely baby pictures a never-ending source of value and interest both before and after your baby arrives. 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Jacob Brandon, Mayor Turk To Speak At Beach Lodge "Friendship Night" A "Friendship Night" meeting will be presented by the Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Wednesday. November 9. at the Delano Hotel, it is announced by David R. Isen. president. Featured on the program will be the Honorable Harold Turk, mayor of the City of Miami Beach, and Jacob Brandon, president of Maimonides Lodge. B'nai B'rith. Havana. Cuba. Brandon, author and civic leader, is one of the organizers of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Havana. Following the outbreak of serious incidents of anti-Semitism in Cuba early this year. Brandon took the lead .in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League, in organizing the public relations committee of B'nai B'rith of Cuba which has come to be recognized as the central agency of the Cuban Jewish community in building harmonious relationships in the republic of Cuba. Brandon will discuss the B'nai B'rith program in Cuba. Brandon, born in Panama oi American-born parents, saw the birth of the Republic of Panar, After his education in the United States he settled in Cuba, when he has identified himself with Cuban educational and cultural activities He was awarded the Carlos J. Finlay medal for assistance rendered I a group of American and Cuban phy-\. .•.:..in negotiations leading to I tablishment of the Finlay Institute of the Americas The was personally presented to Brandon by President FulBatisti In H.. %  • ana Bup r< lati ns will highlight thi n gular ing 0 f s: Ige. B'nai B nth. Tuesday. N r 8. at 8:1 at Beth El Coi W. 17th Av it has nounced by J hn K • nl This i nnual "ADL N ght will fjrst us --ire of the status I irganized hate its .:i th S uth by AlexM S uthern :< gi nai >ffic I th Anti• %  -. Leu gue in Atlanta Prior t i assuming his p sition. Miller was direct Campaign Strategists— Planning the campaign of the Jewish Home for the Aged for $300 000 are the group of veteran campaigners shown above: Max Orovilz. co-chairman of advance aZ Jacob Sher, co-chairman of special gifts; Harold B. Spaet. general chairman, and Harry BtrS, co-chairman of special gifts. Sfe em L ig< U B a : : th C .."" ( J '•' Kadimah Hold*. Si'im'iiar For >OW >l'lllb*rs A seminar for ers oi :h Kadimah ... P %  % %  men % %  as held %  %  %  ln r. gh: at the h m< I Mi i L J G Idman ::;: S W : : -.-. Ave Purpose : th e1 as 1 int the r th< aims I th ganizat n an to em th< : Included on the g up's of experts were Mrs Albert Beri n and Mrs Hai Id -3 S past | ents Mrs Robert Miller, p | man Mrs I Shkt lei s Mi Israel several times. Sub;-. :> .-...-. .•••. .i %  ntemp i arj scent in Israel th hist ;:and ideel.c;| •...._ rganizati n th< w rk I the M I .-..: H..w '.= !;••. .-..".:: ::-.•: .' National Fund WILL SHARE APT. Lady with 4-room apt. wishes tc share same with one or two ladies. By year or season. MRS. SARAH CHINMAN 1129 N.W. 3rd St.—Apt 4 CALL 82-4968 : • -" ffice of i gue [n recognition :.:.-. Chris%  %  eni : .%  Hill S zin articles ; Ing with hu 5. particu I ferenet •. • s %  H Stop V :• ti • it Ir V ..:..: .... :. rec to: F i. 11 I %  Ant Leag: will time 1 ...::_:.:." igh ..' : f Flori nett R th My E council Ant.-DeL .. :' Lodg ...:•:. : : %  %  : HI emrs of th the n I H< ben L Blu %  '. • %  public B inv ria^lor-laranada I nil Sponsors tosluiiK' llan? Flagier-Granada Jewish unity Center sponsored nnual Halloween costumi at the Dora August Memorial Hall 500 S.W. 17th Ave. on Saturday evening. Octoi 29 L-. R ithstein was chairman of, On his committee Mi and Mrs Sam Kinchin r, Mr and Mrs. Sol Nisinoff.' Mr and Mrs J iseph Masters and Mrs Rothstein. The gr up's Sabbath morning y held at 3624 N W. 2nd St.. have been moved ; to the home of Mr and Mrs. ris Marks 4495 S.W. 2nd St. Services will be conducted at 9 m every Saturday. .Anyone dei ng additional information is -.tact Solomon Issen| I New Fish Delicacy Produced By Mother's Co. A n< >er delicacy, low in calories and high in appetizing •r is Mother's Fish D'oeuvres. a product of Mother's Food ProC Newark. N. J. '.'. thi F.sh D'oeuvres are kt ..--.I .'. %  • fish balls thai me in v n -pa< ked jars :..:.". %  --.-.e'.f storage Tr. sy-to-open, easy•.. (place Stei iseal caps. Each jar contains about 40 lU i'.-: balls made from an '...-:..-•. ned recipe that com-.ne'.y-chopped fresh lake ggs and spices, cooked to a firm yet delicate nsistemcy. In ti n. each jar comes with a th that lls in the re._•:..". : '.'a flavorful aspic L cal iisti ibut r is H:-Grade %  Aronovitz Campaigns For Quigg For City Post Abe Aronovitz. Miami attorney, in a radio address last week on behalf of commission candidate Chief Quigg. stated that many of Quigg's most ardent supporters were formerly on the opposite side of the fence. According to Aronovitz. the Chief has "fought and worked for everyone's best interests—rich and poor, white and negro, irrespective of religion." Attorney Aronovitz also stressed the fact that Quigg was the sponsor of an ordinance to banish the wearing of masks and the burning of crosses in Miami. Linen Shower Slated Plans for a linen shower to be held November 14 at Congregation Beth Jacob were discussed Saturday night at a business meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Women, according to an announcement by Mrs. Sarah Hochman, president. Appointed chairman of the shower committee was Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Assisting her will be the Mesdames Rebecca Pakula. S. Weisman. S. Weinstein. Rose Mazuer and G. Bogard. In charge of refreshments will be Mrs. Ida Friedman, who will be assisted by Mrs. Rose Friedman. the get-togethei ; son and Ellen S n c of refreshments The club, r: :. ,. po( girls, is headed ttie Sinn and meets i v ...j av 6 ning at the centi eveSAMUEL WEISSEL Tri Beta To Install The Tri Beta Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center, will hold a formal installation party for four new members on Sunday. November 6. at 7 p.m.. at the home of Myra Gerson. 240 S.W. 15th Road. To be installed are Eleanor Janowitz, Sandra Bloom. Beverly Shapiro and Marion Potampkin. Lila Pearl and Sonia Caplin, co-social chairmen, are planning Pioneer Coi... -,-ir.K>man. property r.-. and wellloved philantl says: "In this day and agi iien the world moves so rapidh FARR always takes time for c.. %  • nd leisurely discussions of all vel problems —a splendid ti r." FARR V .-. % %  e'.Agni" Life Insurance Estate. Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Vd-::. uLit* In*. Co. •07 E :a.-e Bldg. Ph. 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PAGE FOUR +Jmi A FkrkJian EDITORIAL FRIDAY, NQVE MBFR 4, Israel Israel's critical needs are no secret. But the revelations made at the Washington conference of the United Palestine Appeal placed the ritua tion in a perspective from which there is DO escape. It was not a happy picture that was painted at the conference. Judge Rothenberg's report of the UPA deficit shocked even those who have long been aware of the fact that the 1949 campaign was lagging woefully behind that of the preceding year. Nor was it pleasant to hear Henry Morgenthau's stctemer.t that we have only done fairly well zr.d that we haver.: begun to match the sccrinces of the Jews c: Isr-r! -vein terms of mere dollars. The responsibility of American Jewry '.award the tens upon tens of thousands of Jews who found shelter in Israel after —co p ing Hitler's hand of death was sr:rec recently w-ith characteristic frankness by President Chaim Wetzmar.r. when, on receiving a UJA delegation at Rehovoth. he declared that the problem of absorbing an enormous immigration at this time was insoluble "without continued help from America through the UJA J I CANT INTERFERE > 2VSHTH THE PUBLICATION PARLIAMENTOF DER STUERMER-) The Cheat The Dade County annual Community Che campaign for funds is under way. The qon] T the entire drive is SI.004,448. It is estimated that the total quota for the Com munity Chest would be met if each year-areS resident donated approximately S2. This is a s I sum to contribute in order that the needy WJU j^ aid; that character-building programs for yout will be carried on; that services to families and children will be available. But because some e not and do not give S2, well-to-do individuals, busi ness firms and institutions will be solicited fo much larger contributions. Dade County is a rapidly-growing community As the community prospers, so generally do tho better-off residents, the business houses and industries. But along with that rapid growth qoes an increase in general community problems which can be met only by the agencies which are members of the Community Chest. It is up to the people of Dade County to mee: these needs! City Mast Correet Sewage Problem Handel Declare* Miami will find itself in the middle of a seri us epidemi steps are not taken at once to correct the sewerage problem. L uie Bandel. candidate for the city cimn-.ssi. r.. said :.-. .-. puo!:. address this week. "A serious problem o nfi nts our city government," Bandel declared, "'and that is the letting of a contract to competent and qualified engineers for the immediate start on our long delayed sewer project." Bandel. a municipal idge for the past 10 years, feel ertain that since the citizens of %  approved the present b n about three years ago. they -v.:. not hesitate to vote on any necessary additional bonds to co.: the job. if and when necessary. "Your concern and mine right now. however, is to get this work started before we find ourselves confronted with an epidemic." Bandel said. "During this campaign I am making no commitments to any person, persons or special interest groups, but I do solemnly pledge to all of the 1 people of Miami that. I will in' troduce or second and actively work for a resolution I king to the immediate letting of this sewer contract." Bandel, former deputy rr.issioner t th< F :-•..-trial Commissi .-.. called :'.. the encouragerr.en: >f industry to locate here. Ke stressed tr.e :'. that since ?.-£;. an atom bomb there u if 1 ..-. this country 'move to d tral.ze r.-..%  %  and x the • -.-•. of a oat -.;.••-%  ,..i be possible for a: waste enure -:. 1 del -~-.z I z .y.i-r %  •;-.;-.. ment with n ocr :.:; -. of a division of ..-. i .--.• ;. tion. A department I ir .. effort to attract industries A = .. types pi vided they i %  %  %  a smoke or other .-...-."Our climate and other r attributes would be mutual'.; beneficial to both the indu involved, and -.year-rounc economy." 3andel said he under = : i • %  • are now some 8.000 vacant residential units here, which has caused a serious slacking off in the building industry. "Bringing these new plants to Miami." Bandel continued, "would fill these units, and would create a demand for still more, thereby stimulating a steady building program over the years." Art Weiner continues to make headlines for the North Carolina football team. Recently he carried the ball over for touchdowns twice on the receiving end of forward passes. Southern observers claim there is no sense to All-American football teams if Weiner doesn't make the end squad together with fabulous Leon Hart of Notre Dame. Samuel Abrash Dies At 69 In Paterson, N. J. Samuel Abrash. 69. member of the prominent Paterson, N. J-. silk industi 5 : I y. October 23 in New V French Hospital. Interment .n Temple Emanuel Cemetery. Juncti n, N. J Mr. Abrash who resided in in most of his lift succumbed to a he t itti :k. He was the father of Mrs Joseph M. Liptnn. w.fe ol the presidi nt Dade Federal Savings and L:>an %  '•%  .-. : Miami. .: nically, Mr. Abrash. passed jay his :. I Abram D. Abrash of thi inent Jewish family, in Paterson. was t eighth birthday. Sir.;-, his el ment 16 yea ago, Mr. A sn filing tion He spent h winU s • daughter, Mrs Lipt n, in Miami Beach, and the rest of the year with anothei tei '•' D ris St im;. :i of New Rochelle. N V.. ar. I his son. Irving, in Paters r. Mr. Abrash • famiiy to come to this country from his nath •.tied in West K_:> ken in 1898 and after working in the silk industry for two years able to save e: ing his id I th< 1 • and sistei I inrti y. He vas tl %  lest a 01 %  %  hi( oth< : family eni silk in '•'•'. si Hi ki n, N J in 1902. thej I in Patei Mr At iated in the Ik busmes Kraviu and latei th 1 ther 1 -•. Abrash .-; C an : -. th Elgin Si • plant .. Pate .' and ..-. Fall I It. Mr. Al a-.-.. ft Paterson t ve .FaJ : %  : A %  r F g of Pater -". .'.'.' .-. and ". i % % %  : .' %  '. A int %  its in life and \ ; • Of T< :.. ibeidt L I A ;.: ;; 114. H ions Survsvinj -. %  fi •'• ilitam f S .... ;. : 1 1 Al Mi : ; an I Ben Abra i |: and 10 grandchil %  • Ivinj dd r. to hL 98-year-old fan. three brothers George and Louis Paterson. .nd Alexander 1 : Astoria, Long Island; tw Mrs. Louis Levitan and Mr*. Max Sukenick. both of Paterson. Mr. Abrash'.mother, Sarah L. Abrash. died four years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Josseph M. L have just returned to Miajni following services in Paterson. Temple Women to Meet Mondav m The n mthly meeting of the Temple Isiael Sisterhood will be held Monday, November 7. at the temple. A social hour is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. with the business meeting to begin at 8. Everyone will be invited to inspect the library in preparation for Jewish Book Month. Representative of the Coml munity Chest. George Nicholas. will .-peak on the current drive. Louis Schwartzman. new ex... secretary of Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss "Jewish Education For a Well Rounded Life." A panel discussion of everyday Fems of our Jewish children /ill f 11 %  % %  Taking part will be Mrs M irris Skop. wife of the rabbi of the Coral Gables Jewish Mrs Leon Kronish. wife of the rabbi of Beth Sholom Conzi gati : Miami Beacn: and Mrs Maurice Ranson. wife of rabbi uf the Ft. Lauderdale tion. Mrs I M. Weinstein will serve as moderator and the audience will oegiven an opportunity to participate in the discussion. .: Martha Lummus. society editor of the Miami Daily News i ill -peak on "The Art of Being a Gracious Hostess." Total U. S. casualties la the Spanish-American War were 500 killed in battle and 2.000 o>ead of disease. Temple Isaiah Hold* Meeting. Board .\anted C ngregati r. Temple Isaiah its annual meeting Wednesnight. Oct iber 26. At that time committee reports for the past were given and an adlivered by Rabbi P M m -. .. .•-ua! leader of the congregation. Julius J ; %  P rlmutter, president of the congregation, gave a n r • of the events of the past veai lich an election was held to choose a board of diffi %  < %  for 'he coin.:.. ;.-.... Elected were Julius Jay Perlmutter, Alfred Kreisler. :).=•> %  • cir K. ..-". :. J • %  I; i.-en. .'. Clara Mae Van Ness. Ml .'-.r.ri Berry. Mrs J. B. Keys, Ai :. n Siegfried Geis•:. 11 rge Bertman. David 5h ipii A. J HarLn G: .-srr.an. Herbert liuttman, Abe Schonfeld. Jay Ben Tupler, Dr. Maurice 1 Edward Lassman. Gulfstream Park Gets High Official Rating idy known as a show:' the nation. Gulfstream P -1 ir the D^He Countv ,ine S. Highway No. 1 at" Halle, Fla.. was given an ofiting this summer as having the finest racing strip of any horse racing track along the eastern seaboard of the United States. The infield lake has been enlarged and scenically completed during the past summer. Fill from th-. lake has been used to bring up to grade additional parking areas for the club house grounds which will greatly facilitate rusl hour traffic from the park. Hadassah Makes Urgent Appeal For New Clothing For Israel The eight groups which comprise the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah are engaged at present in a concerted effort r.s part of the nation-wide "New Clothing for Israel Drive." Though each of the local groups, through its Beach JWV Auxiliary Receives Citations Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Post No. 330 of Miami Beach received two citations during the national conclave held at the St Moritz Hotel Miami Beach, recently. One award was for overall reports of work done by the group prepared by President* Mrs. Jennie Gerrig and the other was for post's hospital work. Mis Gerrig. who attended all sessions of the meet welcomed the delegates here on behalf of the Miami. Miami Beach and Hollywood auxiliaries. Other delegates from the Beach post were the Mesdames Sadie Reiner, Esther Sokolow, Lillian Bookman. Evelyn Storch, Evelyn Aronson and Lee Gordon. Jews In Sports By HASKELL COHEN The B'nai B'rith organization is making good progress in forming a sport writers group in New iork City. Several of the city's outstanding writers and athletes including Al Schacht, Dollv Stark. Max Kase, sports editor of the Journal-American and others, turned out for an opening round of talk in Toots Shor's Restaurant recently. I; was decided to keep the movement in abeyance until the World Series was completed. £ow that the annual classic has been packed away in moth balls, another meeting looms. It is extremely likely that several promotions will be worked out once the group starts functioning. • • • Sid Gillman. young head football mentor of Cincinnati, was injured seriously in an automoble crash recently. Gillman was accompanied by his assistant coach who suffered a skull fracture. Gillman ended up in the hospital with broken left ribs • • • Sid Gordon, Giant third baseman, will make a speaking tour very shortly. Watch for him in your city. After his return he will probably join a fast growing television chain that uses sports celebrities for sales purposes. Sids buddy. Coach Red Kress, was released by the Giant management a day after the World Series Red is the fellow who corrected Sid's batting flaw last year. In pitching, batting practice every day Kress noticed that Sid was standing too far from the P ,,v.„ rdon c o"ected his stance in 1948 when Red brought it to nis attention and after that Sidney became a terror with the calymore. own chairman and mmittet, ii working independently, the project as a whole is being directed and co-ordinated by Mrs. Abraham Gold. who. as Palestine Supplies chairman, was appointed^ head the campaign by the chapter president. Mrs, M It r. Sirkm "The New Clothing for Israel Drive." Mrs Gold p ints out. has a psychological motivation. The, refugees who have been entering Israel by the hundreds of thousands since the establishment of the state, she explained, have lived for years in i persons camps, and in most cases, have forgotten, if the> ever knew. what it means to wear unused clothing. It is believed that the effect of fresh, new utfiti will prove of therapeutic value. Outfits are being asembled from the garments contributed accordingio size and include every detail o( apparel from ha", t shoes. "A fresh start, a new life in a new land" is the keynote of the drive. Volunteer workers and contributors are asked to call Mrs. Gold at 48-4322 any day after 6:30 p.m. Kabbi Lehrinan Lunch Speaker "Peace is Possible'" will be the subject of an addrr— by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, at the annual World Community Day Meeting being held on Friday. November 4, at the Miami Women's Club. The event is sponsored oy the National Conference of Chi istians and Jews with the cooperation of the Council of Church Women, the National Council ol Jewish Women and the Counci. of Catholic Women. Mrs. Glenn James, program chairman, has announced a series of forums and discussions w the feature address by Raboi Lehrman at the luncheon scheauled for noon on Friday. %  __ +Jmist fkridian Published every Fr day S '"%." E by The Jewi.h Floridian at "•• • S.xth Street. M.am, 'B. ^'J',, tered as second-class matter Jur 1930. at the Post Offce of MMgJ Fla.. under the Act of March 3. !" The Jewish Flond:an has NJJ the Jewish Unity and the •"", Weekly. Member of the >'!!',„ ejraphic Agency. Seven Arts Syndicate. Worldwrde News Serv National Editorial Association. can Association of W*iffi Newspaper*. Florida PressAssocis


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PAGE TWENTY > tgwlst fhridiar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 ids*. Blakey Heads Red Cross Campaign B H:ram Blakey will serve as chairman of the 1950 fund-raising campaign of the Dade County Chapter. American Red Cross. Commander Charles A. Mills, chapter chairman, announced last week. Blakey. a vice president of Burdine's. is well known for his active interest ;n civic and fraternal affairs here for many years. He is illustrious potentate of the Mahi Shrine Temple, and has held many other high offices in Masonrv. He is president of the Coral Gables Century Club and a past president of the Miami K.wanas Club. Although the actual fund campaign does not start until March of 1950. the new chairman says he will start working on his plans and organization immediately, so that when campaign time comes, it will go off as quickly and smoothly as possible. Dr. Singer Speaks At \.M' Institute Dr. Kurt Singer, noted author, lecturer and WMIE radio commentator, was the guest speaker at the fourth and final leadership institute sponsored by the American Jewish Congress chapters in Greater Miami. Singer discussed "World Peace Plans and Possibilities" at the Beach Y on Tuesday, November 1. This lecture-forum concerned itself with international happenings on the atomic front and their impact on the North Atlantic Pact, the Marshall Plan, the Import-Export Bank, the non-governmental agencies of the United Nations, the Human Rights Bill, the role of the State of Israel in international affairs and the significance of the World Jewish Congress and its influence in the U.N. Discussants at this institutewere Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Mrs. Robert S. Levin, Mrs. Louis Makovsky and Mrs. Herbert Sher. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S K Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC Appliances UlalpttU FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way I'-M Professor Resigns. Enters Private Practice Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal recently resigned as professor of psychology and consulting psychologist at the University of Miami to enter private practice as consulting psychologist with offices at 310-1 i Calumet Building. For the past 26 years. Dr. Blumenthal has been actively engaged professionally in the diagnosis and treatment of emotional, social educational PI\C vocational adjustment problems of both children and adults. He has been associated with outstanding schools, hospitals and clinics, including New York City's Bellevue Hospital, school system, family and children's courts. He is one of the three accredited specialists in psychology in the state of Florida, having been awarded the diplomate in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology on the basis of exceptional qualifications and professional competence. Dr. Blumenthal received his education at City College of New York. Cornell. University of Pennsylvania and New York L'nity. From the latter university, he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. In addition to diagnostic and counseling services in parentchild relationships, personal, educational and vocational adjustment, Dr. Blumenthal will offer diagnostic and remedial instruction in reading and speech problems. These services are designed to help both children and adults. Dr. Seymour Blumenthal S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Privala Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C'-,EC "DW Telephone 5-9017 'FIGHT ous TENSION? hliUm rVersina tenets to relax nervous tensiasv te permit refreshing sleep. It has helped feoutuds. War not glvs k • chance to help you? Try Miles NERVINE srteo eerveus teosloa make* you Jump/, cranky, alMpUs*, er gtret you utrroui headache. Your druggist has MJJaa Nervine — liquid and effervescent tablet*. Try them. 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Spaet Is Candidate For School Trustee Harold B. Spaet. prominent Miami Beach attorney and civic leader, has announced his candidacy for school trustee in the November 8 election. In making this announcement. Spaet. who is a former associate municipal court judge of Miami Beach, said. "I have two youngsters going to school and want very much to see the best equipped personnel employed by the Dade County school system—personnel true to the American tradition and the American way of life, which at this time especially is most important." Spaet stated that he considered the chief duties and responsibilities of the office to be nominating the best qualified persons for instructional staffs as well as otner positions; consultation with parents, teachers, nrincipals .nd pup:ls regarding all matters pertaining to welfare of the schools: advising the county superintendent and county board and making recommendations on the general welfare and needs of schools: recommendation of tax rate for the school program. Active in civic work tor over 20 years, the 42 year old attorney is president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, a past president of the Temple Israel, and vice president of the Jewish Social Servi Bureau. He has also served as Harold B Spaet sp :.. if the Children's Home Society, director of the Miami Beach Bar Association and a member of the executive committee of the Gi Miami Ji Federation. Three trustees will be chosen : r the office, which is nonied, on November 8. All registered Dade County voters may take part in the election. Al llirsrh Embarked On Boxing Career Three Years Ago In If. V Almost three years ag I day. a rugged Jewish New York's lower Eas: Side. <•: r.r.vi his first pair of b x ng gloves to embark on what was to be a brilliant career in the squared circle. Since that e\ 'lay :r. September. 1946. Al •: h has had 40 profess) nal fights, winning 33 of then via the KO. route. After campaigning successfully in his home state. Al decided to transplant himself, mother and dad to this land of sunshine and has taken up permanent residence in Miami Beach. From the day of his first fight in Mian::, his slugging style, his boxing ability and his willingness to give and take, made a hit with the fans. The fans knowthat when the announcer says "and in this corner, that popular : weight Al Hirsch" and the bell rings for the start of the battle, they are in for a treat. He has never let his fans down, even in a losing battle. No one will ever forget his two fights with the older and more experienced Sammy Secreet. where both gladiators stood toe to toe slugging away at one another until the | final bell. Al has always given the fans a Mrs. Bill Glick. pictured here, has been named chairman of the women's division of the Coral Gables Jewish Community Center S65.000 building fund drive by Sam Silver, chairman of the campaign. Assisting Silver with plans for the drive are Sam Weissel, Maurice Corenblum, Sam Schulefand. William Pallot, .Meyer Baskin, Herbert Gelernter. Bill Glick, Joseph Koen, Nat Winokui, Lee Elman and Dr. I. Berger. Abdullah Opposes Internatalization Of Jerusalem JERUSALEM. (JTA) — King Abdullah of Transjordan. who recently completed a six-day tour of non-Israel Palestine—which he refers to as -Western Jordan"— declared last week that he would oppose internationalization of Jerusalem, it was reported from Amman Speaking of Jerusalem and Bethlehem, he said "there aie some who advocate an international regime for these cities, but there are Arab cities and graves of Christians and Moslems lie scattered over them. We shall not give up for we are unmistakably linked with this land." the Transjordan monarch asserted. Transjordan has called off the meeting of the special IsraelTransjordan committee on Jerusalem which was expected this week. Although no reason for the postponement was given it is believed King Abdullah's recent remarks on Jerusalem are responsible for the move. The ultraOrthodox Neturei Karta members who were arrested last week following clashes with Jerusalem police over the holding of public festivities in this city have been released. real show. In the past two years, he has beaten such stellar performers as Chuck Taylor. Frankie Abrams. who just defeated the highly touted Bobby Dykes: Sammv Secreet. twice, and that K.O. artist. Jimmy Herring. In spite of a rigid training schedule. Al has not forgotten community obligations in his newhome town, but has been a popular guv around the Miami Beach YMHA. giving free boxing lessons to all the youngsters and teaching them to live cleanly and fight fairly in the good old American tradition. Ever mindful tnat a healthy body and clean mind makes for better Americans. Al cautions his students to get plenty of rest and not to drink or smoke. This is a rule that he himself abides oy. He is managed by Lippie Briedbert. who also handles another popular Jewish gladiator. Hv Meltzer. On November 10. Al will again enter the ring at Dinner Key. with Ross Virgo of Rochester as his opponent. Ross, by virtue of his recent decisioning of Tony Pellone. has earned the coveted N.B.B's 10th ranking welterweight rating. In his first appearance in Miami two weeks ago, Virgo beat the highly regarded Charles Salas. This will be another one of promoters Mandell & DeTardo's all-star attractions at the Dinner Kev Auditorium.—B.G. Shown in a scene from Der Punmspieler." an uproariou, comedy with ongs and music by N. Brodiky. are Hymie Jacobin Miriam Kresayn and Zigmund Turkoff. The Yiddish film oZi at the Plaxa Theatre on Tuesday. Norember 8, for a week's „. gagement. Mrs. Westin Entertains Mrs. Irving Westin. chairman of Hadassah Supplies. Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, was hostess at a luncheon meeting for her committee on Tuesday, October 25, at 10 a.m. at her home, 1021 W. 46th St., Miami Beach. The Jewish Agency for Palestine has again asked Hadassah to sponsor an emergency drive for new clothing for the 70.000 immigrants who are in camps in Israel. Mrs. Westin's committee includes Co-chairman Mrs. Al Osheroff and the Mesdames J. Joseph, Leon Berg, H. Gordon, L. Shafkin, M. Wolf and the executive board of the group in formation on th;> ; obtained by calling M rs Westin estin. KREPLiCH/ H0R0WITZ-MARGARETEN condensed KOSHER CAMMED CHICKEN L The finest chicken meot f H-/^ *£A/ folded into lo,efs of tempting noodte dough ... in delicious golden chicken soup. the taste telU jou K s food UN torn* Ml too tt KM*W / Also enjoy the other HOROWTTZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS with MATZOH BALLS • NOODLES • RICE • CLEAR and all of the delicious KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN PRODUCTS—save you time. work, money! Distribute by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Fla. 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STurshon named inairman OT neorew Academy Anniversary Dinner On Dec. 11 CIVIC Aaron Courshon. Miami Beach leader, has been named Irman of the second annual gSS3 the Hebrew Academy to f' held Sunday night, December n l ihe Grossinger Pancoasl Hnte'l Announcement of the e n was made by Dr. Da V1 d S Andron. president of the aca^Courshon's selection as chair,„ n f the annual function was K connection with his other civic [ %  n,k including membership in B'nai' B'rith and the Beth Jacob AOL Program To Be Aired Nov 5 A mailman in a small town rebels when he finds that his intolerant neighbors are trying to destrov the store of a foreignborn American they want to drive from town in the drama "Blow That Whistle," to be heard Saturday, November 5, at 5 p.m. over station WVCG, Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteen-minute liv< panel discussion to follow immediately will be: George J. Talianoff. Miami Beach attorney and leader in human relations activities, who will serve as moderator: Chaplain James A. Boston, Veterans Administration Hospital: Mrs. Delores Moran, Cuban Tourist Commission; and Dr. Seymour M. Blumcnthal, consulting psychologist. Everett Sloane, radio and screen actor, is featured in "Blow That Whistle," the latest episode in the new series, "Lest We Forget —The American Dream," which has music by Rosa Ria. It was directed by Earle McGill and produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. North Shore Committee Chairman Announced The appointment of new committee hninnen by Mark Silverstein, president of North Shore Lodee. has been announced this week. Newly appointed chairmen are: Sam Weinfeld, Anti-Defamation League: Mclvin Pazol, publicity: Lester Lasky, B'nai B'rith youth organization; A. J. (Stumpy) Kaplan. B'nai B'rith Council; Leo L Steinman, hospital and veterans affairs: Melvin J. Richard. legislature: Leo Solomon, telephone; Sol T. Schwartz, sick and visiting. Dr. Norman J. Russ, hospitality: George S. Levinson, initiation: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Hillel; and Leon A. Rapee, Americanism. David Fenton, membership chairman, has announced plans for a membership smoker at the Monte Carlo Hotel, Monaco Room, Monday. November 14. A goal of 75 new members has been set for North Shore Lodge by the B'nai B'rith Council. The committee in charge of arrangements is headed by Jack Lawson who will be assisted by Sam Solloway, Entertainment is m charge of Sol Schwartz, assisted by Leo Steinman. Refreshment committee chairman is Morris Roth who will be assisted V A. J (Stumpy) Kaplan. The reception committee includes Dr. Gorman Russ. David J. Shiffman and Sam Weinfeld. Publicity for the annual smoker will be arranged by Louis Sherman and •Mlvin J. Richard, Miami Beach ci-.v councilman. Invitations are "Charge of Mark Silverstein and registration chairman is Leon Hapee with Dan Wolfson, assisting. An unusual feature of the ST" 1 wi be tn e un committee headed by Leonard J. Tobin. Cardiac Home Group To Meet November 9 fw regula I meeting of Dado C$i Nati nal Children's th. w i Iome win bo neld at nL M erbilt Hote1 on Wedfrk Nove mber 9, at 1 p.m. ReceHi,,T e n u ,S wiH be serv l. PreOTW the meeting. Mrs. B B. Dr "" „ P !" gram chairman, will Mar hi r! inter view with Miss tor ann #?&•' radi0 commentap, 0 p aild fash J?n editor. A musical OpELE" f Ol|ow. Mrs. Gerside '-" %  P"--^ident, will preCongregation He is also active with the Miami Beach Elks Club Normandy Isle Improvement Ass'n, Miami Beach Business Men's Ass'n. Miami Beach Hotel Owners Ass'n, and is secretary of the Florida State Apartment House Ass'n. Assisting Courshon with the arrangements will be Isadore Goldberg. Matthew Silverstein. Jack Satin, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Joseph Cohen and Jack Burris. The academy is conducted a6 a non-profit community service, offering intensive Hebrew training, in addition to the regular secular curriculum for children from the first through seventh giades. Ft now has an enrollment of 175 youngsters including a special kindergarten group. Featuring an all-day program, with special training in the arts, music, drama and public expression, it is regarded as the mos;. complete school of its type in the South. Launch Speaking Course Nov. 11 The National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, will launch its current series of public speakinu workshop classes on Friday. November 11. at 1:30 p.m. The course, consisting of six classes, will be conducted by Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub at the home Of Mrs. Nat L. Williams, 114 2nd Terr San Marino Island. Miami Beach. Mrs. Weintraub has prepared a series which will include panel discussions, committee reports, radio broadcasting and impromptu speaking. Individual attention will be given to charm, voice, personality and dress. In addition, the professional assistance made available to participants at these classes will make them comparable to a university course, on a more intimate scale. Enrollments are now being taken by Mrs. Harry N. Sehiff. phone 5-1906. until November 10. The fee of $10 for the course of six classes supports council's loan scholarship funds. v^enier I'lernrjeranip unit To Give Progress Report A progress report meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center membership committee is planned for Tuesday, November 8, at 8 p.m. at the Town and"Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road. Membership Campaign Chairman Ben Zion Ginsburg will assign new prospect lists to the committee and outline drive plans for the coming month. More than 40 men serving on the committee will hear a description of awards to be made to top membership workers in the current drive. Books of current IM-.M-li I.Oflgf Will Present Sachar Plans have been formulated by the Miami Beach Lodge and Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith", to present Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, first president of Brandeis University, as their principal speaker, Wednesday. December 14, at 8:15 p.m. at Miami Beach Jewish Center, 17th St. and Washington Ave., Miami Beach, ft is announced by David R. Isen. president of the Miami Beach Lodge. Tickets at $1.25 each are for sale at the B'nai B'rith Council Jewish interest will be given to office. 330 Seybold Building, or men enrolling five members or more, and certificates will be presented to workers wno sign up 20 new members. from any lodge member. Proceeds of the affair will go to the Hillel Foundation Fund. Godfrey K. Newman is chairman. OWN' YOUR OWN HOME Two blocks from Lincoln Road—Two Bedroom Apt. Practically new. Completely furnished. Four Unit Apt. Bldg. Can be purchased with as little as $4,000 cash. Balance just like rent. 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ITUDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1949 fJewisti h\ridijn PAGE THREE In the Interest of Good Government For All of the People of Miami, We the Undersigned Wholeheartedly Recommend the Election of LOIIE B&NDEL TO THE MIAMI CITY COMMISSION A Vote For LOI 111 BANDEi. is in Reality a Vote For Yourgeli as City Commissioner LOUIE II AMHL was born in Jacksonville, Florida. 43 years ago. Educated in Jacksonville public schools, John B. Stetson University, University of Florida and later received law degree at Cumberland University. Married to the former Priscilla Bittner and they have one son, Frank, age 3 1 /*. They live at 1880 S. W. I5th Street. A resident of Miami since 1926, practicing law here since 1930, and Associate Municipal Judge (night court) since 1946. Member Mahi Shrine, Elks, B'nai It iii hBeth David Congregation, Florida Peace Officers Association, Miami Police Benevolent Association. American Judicature Society. Florida and Bade County Bar Associations and a charter member of I lie 29crs, a c*haritable fraternal organization Former Deputy Commissioner, Florida Industrial Commission; formerly was an original director of, and attorney for, the Bade County Blood Bank and still is an active leader in March of Dimes campaigns. During World War II served overseas in U. S. Merchant Marine and was champion of the Allied Masonic War Bond Drive. Is member of (oast Ouard Temporary Deserve. EDDIE COLE MAXWELL L. COLEMAN DR. FRANK CORET LEONARD G. EGERT BEN ESSEN MARX FABER MARTIN FINKELSTEIN BERNARD C. FULLER LEON KAPLAN VICTOR LEVINE AL MEIDENBERG BILL PALLOT SIDNEY H. PALMER DANIEL F. PARISER THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ MAX R. SILVER FRANK E. SOLOMON ARTHUR STERNBURG MOIE J. L. TENDRICH IRWIN WEINSTEIN (Paid Political Adv. by Friends of Louie Bandel) }} }} i • \ \ \ i i } \\ \) J }