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The Jewish Floridian ( November 22, 1946 )

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EsflV^BBIH telIWElliDipidliiaun ^-THE JEW I SHU N I T V E THE JEWISH WEE KL MIAMM8, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS BRITISH STAGE i. to Deport Refugees Emergency Visas % % % % %  W Q J T ,, A v v (JTA) BrUish LGTON (,TA)-Be,ween 1.700 and 1.900 stateless Tef^v twice^Ve^k, Slow^ r. ^nrt of them Jewish, have received notices of n the hii .,.. ,.r •. ,„,i., Soviet Delegates Seek Transfer of Mandate LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y. (JTA)—The demand by Soviet DeleHlINiji^"'' "" ; ""."" l"~j iei AVIV twice this week, followLAHL OUU^LOO, n. I. uw—iw vwwuuu j %  •< "*=*<* [a large part of them Jewish, have received notices of ing the blasl : a military g at e Nikolai Novikov that Britain transfer the Palestine mandate inn deportation from the Department of Justice. RM1-| truck by a land mine which to the United Nations Trusteeship council was echoed this week f United States from two to seven years, the refugees killed three policemen and an by the delegates of the Ukraine and Byelorussia at a session entered on emergency visas obtained through the :nv f ,T '' sergeant and injured 0 f the committee. Committee on Political Refugees, which President five The Ukrainian delegate, A. D. Voina, expressed "astonishM( nhl : shed lh n "'" s roamed the nu,in ment" that the British government, while submitting to the ._• .i. x Streets in the nie-davvn hntu-v .. •.... i, _, i_-_ „ 4l r. n 1. i Y Gets Approval lien procedure. This procedure required first aid and eight were would allow them to go to ri Sto re ?}***" R et L David Tells wen I with bullet holes, oein i^aviu ien> Canada and return under the M, „ llt 40 policen >| j. pi quota, thus regularizing theil| mer > :,n through the streets DulldlnS rlans qtnhis Reauests for visa exshoutin B "Jewish murderers" and Three buildings will be constatus. Hequests tor visa ex beaUng whomever they f 11U nd. strU cted bv Beth David congregatension have been filed. The turned Jewish-owned tj„ n n n Coral Way with funds %  — nun mi ouiui Way policy of the department, howaul l: 1>::iS even when there raised in its current $525,000 ever, has been not to grant the ^ extension but, c" several months hepn not to arant the v "'' p s ns in lhem Before building fund campaign, Sam Deen not to grant me th( y v ( ]c halu ( by militill y po Weissel cha irman of the planbut, over a period ot i, ( t thl v had i nva ded the fashnlng committee, stated this week, nonths, to send form ionable Promenade hotel and; A synagogue with a capacity of letters asking the recipients to smashed the bar. A man sitting 2300, a school building with more lions on Miami Y prop%  LFifth st. and 16th avc. within the next 10 liminary to construcI new community cen"• '" '" prepare to leave the country. in the loung eportedly shot.Ithan 40 classrooms and a social The refugees are said to have An inquiry has been launched and recreational building with an established themselves successint0 1,lllh auditorium seating 1500 are fully in various communities and Th< tension was heightened planned to be earning their way. and none when an officer was kiUed and Louis Heiman. cna.rman of the is considered likely to become a four other | I injured later special gifts division announced nnhlie rlnnv while trying to remove a mine that his division will hold a din i V.u TT c T Placed on the rails near Has el ncr Dec. 8 with Rabbi James Reached at the U. S. Immigra... ... „ ,, f C j nc j nna ti as guest |n the r.( v I uilding is pa-way : Mowing CPA 2,000 project. | ent by Earl ;?A tricl manager, : vision combded by Sam Seitlin, pre building contract to I Construction company I Ben Bssi n is president. s found the ground %  (or con •; uction after brings tii. week. g to go up will urination (jyinn and au*iih a large stage openiterrazo patio. Also illKill be four meeting Ihealt: i | ower and 1 y. office, stage M and a kitchen, building supernmittee are Dave Brown P. Henry Jacobson, S. B. Wgene W< i Leon Kap|Max R. Silver. Ain. A soldier was injured near Heller of Cincinnati as guest '£ e ln, .Rehovi>th when a mine derailed speaker <-Ulp. -., r> ,. „ ei„n.T (in armored train. Police, using; Slogan in the campaign of tion and Naturalization service in Philadelphia. Eugene M special assistant to Commissioner i(|nc s (rajned t0 jck up scents j which Harry Markowitz is chairUgo Carusi. said he did not know hQm fragments of mines were ma n is 'Give Until It Feels how the 1,700-1.900 figure had searching nearby settlements and Good.' been arrived at. He denied that lh] iv men m reported t0 havc there was anything unusual in been ., msU d deporting aliens who had overCondemning the new outbreaks, stayed their temporary visas. He )h( Haganan ra dio, "Voice that "every &f visions of the U.N. charter, Britain must place all its mandated territories, without exception, under United Nations trusteeship. Meanwhile. Arab efforts to prohibit the proposed International Refugee organization from resettling Jews in Palestine were defeated by the U.N. Social, Humanitarian and Cultural committee. The British government has no intention of giving up the Palestine mandate at this time, when the London talks on Palestine are still in progress, a BBC broadcast announced this week. The board of deputies of British Jews issued a statement expressing "distress" at the reports that the activities of the Palestine extremists are to be extended to England. At the same time, the statement regretted the sensationalism of these reports" emphasizing that they can foster anti-Jewish feelings. admitted, however, that during Is ,' Home In Direct Mail Appeal of Money Talks' for the last year, since transportation |.",'.^, ( '.' Jlfau The gap between had become available, deporta, !u y is h uv |lu i the terrorists and tion proceedings had been taken ]S a warn j ng to the Yishuv to 1 The organization which had against "certain types of eases" s| ( u|) liquidation of these enough confidence in people to which had been allowed to re, s( nd 5000 of them a one dol i ar main here during the war by exRoya Air Force Marshal Lord h d conv ictions proved tension of their temporary visas. T e dder, who was Gen. Eiscn-! '~ A number of them had been rehower's deputy at SHAEF, arthu week turned to the American zone in 1 V( ( at Lvdd;i anp<)1 t this week; At 2:30 a.m. last Thursday, Germany, he said. ,,„ an inspection tour of RAF 5.000 letters were sent out by a instal.aUons in Palestine. J onumttee_of_the Jewish Home (Cooperation of bed Religions pn today must become a F uiternational-mindedNDr. isiacl Goldstein, National president of the "fWnization, before an of 200 persons at a 'meeting held Tuesday Ptional hotel under the P'P "I the Miami RoU nd I. !" National Conference nsand J, H on hi? experiences pw>nB the international H 'i f *e National Con'CWtttians and Jews, FSlandI in July and Augr. f r Goldstein stressed V* organized religion in hr f, u 1 1 """Boodwill fo„,, a lh ; ''l inter-race Plan ioutherm Camp U. S. Aid on Palestloe Seen Southeastern Zionists are out to raise S175.000 to provide a Brandeis Youth camp m the Smokey Mountains and S93.000 for the ZOA expansion fund These projects were adopted during convent !" '^ !" ^ ~Va n noSed that pledge Ed J. Singer of Miami Beach, who is chairman of the camp project, totalling $79,000 were obtained during the conference. aDDrove d by delegates from A quota of 15.000 members for the region J-^ 9 P S Louisiana. Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee. South Carolina, Mississippi^ 2 Here Gel Region Post C nfidence in the American overni en as a bulwark againrt ,he British policy jn Palestine iced by Dr. Israel Goldfeed %  5J n>loited by fjdifferences Pwarned, -i, u t ^ definition is used, 'haters' among religion moans to k T I*'? :,nd religion £ca t "" S "Stives ^hated with a reDITKUWIU i ... u-'.uld n' sane was selected for a second term as ment u trust eeship which president. Mortimer May ol k d • Mce 0 f the Nashville was named honorary |will ^"^^ „, PM 4) president. Delegates Rap British Policy Support for the Yishuv and %  n of British foreign ignificd by delegates ..beast Zionist conveniiami Beach this week. ._.ions the delegates: Reaffirmed support of the Yishuv in its heroic struggle for a Jewish Palestine. Condemned British action, called for the opening of the doors to the Holy Land for Jewish refugees and an end to the illegal deportations to Cyprus. Commended the President of in the United States for favoring the 'l^f admission of 100,000 Jewish dis~. placed persons to Palestine and calling on the American government for its continued and vigorous support. for the Aged. Each envelope contained a one dollar bill attached to a card reading "If you need this money, please keep it if you think the Old Folks need it more than you do, wouldn't you please add to it and send it back to complete the Jewish Home for the Aged.' On Friday morning, $1,557 came in. By Tuesday noon, 1,500 people had sent back a total of $6,117. Still to be opened at that time were five hundred envelopes. Additional letters have come in daily. The whele thing started when an officer of the Home read the November issue of the Reader's Digest which suggested the project. He presented the plan to the building committee of the Home and offered to take a chance on underwriting the entire project. However, four others joined him in the financing. The project's founder stressed the fact that private funds were used. "We wouldn't have dared to use the institution's money," he stated. How did people react? An eye specialist volunteered his services for the old people living at the Home; a bed-ridden woman sent in $100 for a life membership by personal messenger; a secretary who saw one of the envelopes which had been sent to her employer volunteered her donation. Several contributions were accompanied by poems. One read: "When first we got your dollar deal, We thought the money wasn't real. (Continued on Pag* 4) • • •4 J



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PAGE TWO +Je*istn<*MifM Personally Speaking First anniversary of DBG chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, will be celebrated by members and their dates at a supper party in the home of the Misses Beryl and Muriel Axlrod, 1971 S. W. 18th ct., tomorrow night. Mrs. Morris Plant has returned from a five and one-half months' stay in the North during which she visited her children in New York and Baltimore Mrs. Moses Krieger of Miami Beach returned this week to Beverly Hills, Calif., where she spent most of the summer. Her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, is visiting her son who is Hyman, 3000 Royal Palm ave is spending a few days in Newij^^',,,,,.,, 714 15t h st Connee Rothenberg To Be Bride Wednesday Miss Connee Rothenberg, daughter of Mr. and Ml* J. Miami She is a student at the $£££ "will become the bride of Buddy J. Allen, talent agent, and ,on of Mr. and Mrs H Browarnik of Miami Beach, Wednesday evening in the Lord Tarleton hotel Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate A reception will follow. The bride-to-be will be attended by MiSS Beverly Sommers. maid of honor, and Mrs Bernard York. University of Michigan and a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority Mr. and Mrs. William Rubin and family have moved from their home on Palm Island and are now living at 4491 Prairie ave. Visiting her sister, Mrs. Ida Mrs. Sam Levy from Atlanta, Ga. She is also the sister of Mrs. George Greenberg, 2381 S. W. Seventh st. Burton Michaels, son of Mrs. attending UCLA after his disGertrude B. Michaels, 2171 S. charge from the service. Mrs. w. 22nd ter., returned home Goldberg, at the Sheridan Park Baer, matron of honor. Thelbrideapartments. Miami Beach, is groom's brother Moe Browarnik, .. c-..._ T i a !.. will serve as best man. Krieger's three other daughters are in California After spending a few days in Cuba, the couple will return to Miami Hoach and reside at the Clyde hotel. Miss Rothenberg was honored at a miscellaneous shower Wed. evening at the home of Dr Bernard Baer, 4410 N. Jefferson ave. Miami Beach. The party was given by the Misses |y Sommers and Marylin Cantor. BPW to Honor Prexy At Dinner Meeting Miss Frances Cooper, preside Tit (it the Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah, will be honored at a dinner meetinn 7:30 p.m. Monday at Pomerov's restaurant, 2010 Collins ave., Miami Beach. Miss Cooper has just returned from the national Hadassah convention in Boston. Mass., and will give a report of the sessions at this meeting. Group singing will be conducted by Miss Sylvia Levine. Members and their friends are invited to attend. Miss Pearl Gottesman. 1602 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. is taking reservations. last week after a five month visit to New York. He has reMi. and Mrs. Sam Resnick of sume d studies at the Miami New York city are visiting his Senior High school, brother-in-law and sister, Mr.' Mjss Ri(a Zare daughter of and Mrs. J.HSiegel, 2143 ^W. ^ and M rs. Harry Zaret, 1015 I ren e Steir Chooses SfT^'w^ifmJSS V^ St r r ne d "r 11 07 December for Wedding „, y ~ n W mamea nght after visiting her fiance, in Chicago Oct. 26, are spendBo y b LeW enauer. at homecomA weddin Dec M Bt *• ing their honeymoon at the,, eekend at t he University El Morocco hotel. Mrs. Trotky,' .V., _. _, of Wisconsin, the former Blossom Afremow, is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quadow of Miami. Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis has returned from Pittsburgh where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Rudolph, who are announcing the birth of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and their other daughter, Barbara Kowal, are making their home at 1228 Marseille dr.. Normandy Isle. Vacationing at the National hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Diamond and daughter, Linda. They are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Giller, 1220 Pennsylvania ave. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman, 1414 Alton rd., is their niece, Miss Vivian Polsky, of New York. Mrs. Sally Gainsboro, 609 16th st., conducted a 'one-man Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, Southgate apartments, 1410 Euclid ave., are the parents of a son, Arnold Milton, born Nov. 12 at Jackson Memorial hospitaL The Teigmans are former residents of Baltimore. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon J. Risikoff of Brooklyn are vacationcollege. ing at the Elliot Arms apartments, Miami Beach. Rabbi Risikoff is spiritual leader of Congregation Talmud Torah Tree of Life and an officer of the Jewish Ministers of America .. Mrs. Herman Gordon is spending a few weeks in New York. Miami Beach Jewish Center will unite Miss Irene Steir and Sidney Newman, whose engagement is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs Philip Steir. 531 15th St., Miami Beach. Mr. Newman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritz, 753 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. The bride-to-be attended Miami Beach Senior High school nd Charron-Williams Business Mr. Newman served overseas with the 102nd infantry division and took part in many major campaigns. A dinner at the Shelborne hotel will follow the ceremony. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate at the wedding. Masada Chooses Two For Convention Harvey Sootin and Saul Genet will represent the local Masada at the national convention of the Receives JNF Award Chavera Witner received a golden book certificate at the Jewish National Fund evening held by the Pioneer Women's organization, Club No. 2. Monday evening. Celia Ruben of Chicago made lh1, v -nin R „ t ^ T man far i,„. : RaWI for h members drive" brinainn in young men's Zionist organizationI the Presentation. Guest speaker ineniuerbnip anve, cringing in was David Stone, delegate to the over fin nan. !" Q !" k Q re ;„ „„<> t( > >e held in Washington. DC „ „.._ „.'_,. over 80 new members in one ,. ., ~ beginning next T hurst lav. month for the Jewish Consump-, Tlu tw „ W( .,.,. ,,,.,„.,, ;is Southeastern Zionist convention Manya Shubov read Sholem live Relief society. Mrs. Gain's-| T hursday"at a"me^tinTat which ^leichem and A. M. Dorff preboro is announcing the marriDr. Shlomo Bardin, director of sent f tho Sllv, rmiin quartet in age of her nephew, David the American Zionist Youth com' (Buddy) H. Rutkin of Hollywood, mission, was a surprise visitor. Calif., to Miss Betty Lou FrankN,xt Masada meeting will be lin, daughter of movie producer (£ ld "Thursday evening at the Sid Franklin. The wedding. Mh _^j was held last week in Holly. I wood and the bride was attended by Miss Jean Nagel, daughter of Conrad Nagel. selections. Next affair of the organization will be "A Night in Palestine." to be held at the Beach Y on Nov. 30. RABBI TO BROADCAST Rabbi Leon Kronish will pn a sermonette ovei FUN FEST AT Y Beach Y's weekly "Fun Fest" will be an afternoon of games at .. .. ~ J T ~ sermonette over statmn WKAT 3:30 pin. today for voung people Mr 'o??5? r p H rg ^G reen 8:15 am S u "day. Portions of the between the ages of 6 an?14 span, Z4 N. L. /5th st., are enmorning services will be sung by tertaining their brother-in-law Cantor Samuel Kelemer. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinkow of Atlanta, Ga. Miss Rita Hyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell years. A Thanksgiving party will be held next Friday. For The Best Ilaiitl Made Chocolates Created By The House o/ G1RARD CANDIED FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE PARCEL POST FROM COAST TO COAST 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power A. Light Co. DAVID ROSNER ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE REOPENING OF HIS VICTOR HOTEL On the Ocean at 12th Street — Miami Beach THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28th Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a Jewish clientele desuing the utmost in excellent Kosher cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under whose management the VICTOR HOTEL eniovs its splendid reputation. 100 ROOMS 100 BATHS ALL FACING THE OCEAN Victor Hotel Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open lo th. Public Enjoy A Real Treat By Making Advance Reservations PHONE 5-0041 Baltimoreans to Hear ADL Director Tuesday George J. Talianoff. Florida director of the Anti-Defamation league, will address members of the Baltimore Club of Florida at the Beach Y 8 p.m. Tuesday evening. His subject will be "Trends in Community Relations." Harry Gerson, president of the Baltimore club, announces that the program will include the showing of the movie "The House I Live In" starring Frank Sinatra. All former residents of Baltimore and their friends are cordially invited to attend the meeting. EDITOR TO SPEA5 FOR TEMPLE MEN'S CLUB "Press Relations" will be discussed by Arthur Griffiths, columnist and chief editorial writer for the Miami Herald, before the Temple Beth Sholom Men's club at 8:15 p.m. Monday. Moving pictures, including a film on fishing in Florida, will be shown. A report will be made by the nominations committee. Y MEETING DEC. 3 Annual election and membership meeting of the Miami Y will be held Dec. 3. Leon Kaplan, president, announced this week. Win. D. Singer, nomination committee chairman, will present a slate for the coming year. Watch For B-D DAY! man ,. hote Mi *mi BeadT5*J went „f the ,.„<, An o Th bride-to-be I "hools in Conner !?4 %  ndittte of th. ItaSS" in N '•* Vork. R ( .f„, -i Miami Beach, she &ia firm. ri The r„ llp l, pi an fn, % %  reside at Miami Beach. RABBI TO BREACH J PEOPLE OF THE:.,, "The People of the Bg#1 the topic Rabbi Colnan7i man^will discuss in honor oil ish Book Sabbath at Twnfc] rael 8:15 p.m. this evenmi Mrs. Herman Marks ail Max Marks will sp : 1 terh I n i eption which vjji low. 1! ti ses will be thel dames Bertha Lach.Hvir.ail Ian. R, I Engler Epstem Harry V. Simons. Center Members to I First general member meeting for the season will I held by the Miami Beach In ish Center congregation 7M day evening at the Center, cording to Samuel Friei president. A buffet supper | p.m. will precede the session and program. Dr. Murray M. Zinner ANNOUNCES THE OPEXli OF HIS OFFICE FOR PRACTICE OF GENERAL DENTISTRY AND ORAL SURGERY 817 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Telephone 58-3851 Good choice ior Thanksgiving dinner, and every meal throughout the year $8-50 32-Piece Service for Six Traditional, American "Blue Ridge" ware, with its hand-painted beauty permanently protected under the glaze brings bright and cheerful color to every meal! Platter, vegetable bowl, and six each: dinner plates, fruit dishes, bread and butter plates, cups, saucers. %, unf foe's MIAMI STdltK, CHINAWARK, FIFTH FIXM>R M AM *" *' '" onn 'i'i* M Twins ... one beloved, one bewitch ... and no one could tell them apart! OLIVIA DE HAVTLLAND LEW AYRES "Dark Mirror THOMAS with MITCHE^



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L NOVEMBER^J^ ^Jmlsljhrknar) PAGE THREE 5lsl Encampment L r t Wednesday c CITY, N. J-Over fcousai ^d member, of the g Veterans and its 1 Kliary are expected • „ %  organization^ 51st r ih ,. Thanksgiving weekend, Ll enci CENTER TO FETE GOODMANS BEFORE SAILING I Wednesday. F ntinn the Miami area Kbe Goldman, commantiFl rida department; T Klein commander of Harry Adams, comTot the Miami Beach post. „ Btf the speakers at the eonjfS be Col. Paul Grif: l commander of the K Legion; O. John Rogge, PJ on sedition and sub£ activities in the United w ho until recently was iistant to the attorney Ed-Juatici Meier Steinbrink, Lifcw York Supreme court, rial chairman of the B'rith Anti-Defamation FLORIDA HILLEL | SEEKS S1QQ,00fl Dude county's goal in a statewide Hillel building fund drive will be $30,000, Florida B'nai B'rith executives decided last weekend in Orlando. Lodges in the rest of the state will raise S70.000. Negotiations are being made in Tallahassee to purchase lots worth S3.500 as the site for a Hillel foundation at Florida State College for Women, it was announced. At Gainesville, lots valued at S5.000 have been purchased and a $3,000 building will be moved from Camp Blanding and opened temporary Hillel headquarters in Gainesville by next month. Establishment of a Hillel counMiami Hadassah Hears Convention Report Report of the national Hadassah convention will be given by Mrs. Moe Feingold when Miami Zionist women attend a board meeting at her home, 2323 S. W. 21st ave., at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Mrs. Feingold was a delegate to the convention held recently in Boston. Luncheon will be served after the meeting. LEGAL NOTICES Board to Make nor Luncheon Plans L„, ,-, •< Feb. 12 donor [hcon will be made by the L,,,, th. Greater Miami Jewtives Relief society ^ e home i i Mrs. L. Zissen, S. W. 22nd ave., at 8 p.m. hdav. fcelunchei n, to be held at the (, ... :ll aid the organiion's fund for local hospitals. Will::--Lcvine is chairman [the luncheon and Mrs. Lee k airman. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman of Miami Bgaeh will be honor guests at a farewell kiddush Saturday morning at Miami^ Beach Jewish Center. Mr. Goodman will be honored with Maftir. The public is invited to attend. A private reception will be held by the Center board from 2 till 4 p.m. at the Vanderbilt hotel. The Goodmans will leave Sunday to attend the. World Zionist I sellorship at Florida Southern Congress which opens Dec. 9 in Basle. Switzerland. They will emcollege in Lakeland was reported. bark for Europe from New York. Rabbi Sol Oster. spiritual leader A member of the Center board of directors, Mr. Goodman is! of thc Lakeland Jewish communational treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America. He will ni *' has A bee "P p '" n led c ,? un ~ u J i <... t .u i r• sellor. A Methodist college, be a delegate of the general Zionists. FlorkJa s „ uthern now nas 100 Mrs. Goodman is president of Miami Beach Hadassah. Jewish students enrolled. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad of Miami Beach, now en route to At he UniTers i t y oi Miami, Europe, will also attend the Congress. between 1.200 and 1.500 Jewish students are registered; al Tallahassee. 100 Jewish women and four Jewish men, and at Gainesville, between 200 and 300 Jewish men, th e executives were told. Allocations of $250 each were made for maintenance of TallaTown Lodge Sponsors Opera Performance An opera party to a performance of "La Boheme will be Wednesdav tor S amuel Konick, sponsored by Sholem lodge.B nai. 443 g w Thi| d sl who passt d Konick Services Were Held Wednesday B'rith, on Jan. 14. Marx FeinMake cold cuts taste away Tuesday. Rabbis Murray, berg announced Grauel und Simon Apri i officiWednesday. Funeral chapel. Burial hassee and Florida Southern ., \i„. n .nlnn Hillel from the state contingency ated at services at the Oouion' Five hundred tickets have Wwdl'awn park. been made Konick came here from New available to the j Have n. Conn.. 12 years ago where lodge and a nc was a mern ber and organizer percentage of |lf Keser Is ael Congregation. He the sales will [ eaves his wife, Mrs. Helen Kogo toward the j,^. ( W0 daughters. Mrs. Leo E'nai B'rith Hc ,| laust r an d Mrs. Ann Pastroff; one son. Harry, and four grandchildren. The executives also endorsed a resolution that the B'nai B'rith fifth district convention be held at Miami Beach in 1947. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DAUH COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 16986 Re: Instate of JOHN W. CHESHIRE, deceased. NOTICE OK INTENTION To MAKE APPLICATION 1'oK FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby riven that i have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge aa Executor "f the estate of JOHN W. CHESHIRE, del-eased; and that on the Ititli daj of December, 1946, will apply t" the Honorable W. !•". Blant County Judge of Dade County, for approval If said final report and for final discharge as executor of the estate of John w. Cheshire. This 10th day "f November. 1946. HUNDLEY II. CHESHIRE, As ESxecutor of the estate of ,lr,>,.. \v. Cheshire. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Kxeeutor. .I/22-L'li 12/6-18-20 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 13658 Re: Estate of ELMER J. I3LENIS, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL D1SCHARGE. NOTICE la hereby given that l have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator .>f the estate of ELMER J. BLENIS, de%  eased; and that on the Kith dajr ot December, 1946, win apply i" the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County JudRe of Hade Oounty, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the estate of Elmer J. Blenls, deceased. This 2"th day of November. 1916. WILLIAM 0EERY 11/22-29 12/6-13-20 Miss Perelman Honored with [67 hospital service program. FEINBERG The o p e r a which will be staged by the Miami Opera Guild, will feature Metropolitan stars' RJlsg Nina Perelman will be Frederick Jagel as Rudolfo and honored at a shower Saturday at Marita Farell as Mimi. A full the home of Miss Marg E. Solosymphony orchestra and chorus m an, 2445 Pine Tree dr. Miss will perform under the direction iVrelman's engagement to Donof Dr Arturo di Filippi. aid Taylor of Miami Beach was Feinberg the lodge's chairman! announced in Atlantic City last Guild for the past three seasons, %  — he sang a small part in "Faust" building fm $m $4 20 and last year. g 0 No advance in prices will be. %  • bc he]d a ho made for the Jan. 14 perform-1 !" e <* %  h hoo j audi ance. Tickets may be purchased Miami 8> at Feinberg's office in thc Con-^mmv Y Campers to See Themselves In Movies Miami Y campers will see movies "I themselves when they hold a reunion at 3:30 p.m. today at the Y. Cartoons will also be shown and refreshments will be served. All 1946" campers are invited. Watch For B-D DAY! PHONE 3-4627 DIAM OND | CAB Opera Guild of Miami presents "LA BOHEME," by Puccini January 1lth.l3th-14th.16th "BARBER OF SEVILLE," by Rossini With All Metropolitan Stars March 1st-3rd and 4th Tickets on Sale at j Co.dellia's, Amidon s. Burdine's. Miami Beach Radio Shop, and Opera Guild Office, 625 S. W. 29th Rd. Phone 3-5967. MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM—W. Flagler St. NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! NO QUANTITY! ;VAIITIH, 'Heinz Tomato Ketchup Made from the Grid's finest tomatoes, fare spices and fine vinegars. STRAND RE S T A U R A N T the Best Food Money Can Buy Air Conditioned Our Policy: To Serve Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.m. 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PAGE FOUR +Jelstrk>rid1an Editorial A KOSHER KITCHEN While repeated requests are being made for a definite commitment on whether the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital will have a kosher kitchen, trustees of the hospital are remaining officially silent. Although the hospital will be a non-sectarian institution, rabbis of the area and many others interested in the hospital feel that kashrus rules should be observed since they form a fundamental precept of the laws of Judaism from which emanates, among other principles, our understanding of doing for others. The Greater Miami Rabbinical association and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus both have gone on record as favoring a kosher kitchen for the hospital. However, no official action has been taken by the hospital trustees. On Sept. 9, the Vaad unanimously passed a resolution to request the hospital to observe the dietary laws 'in its experimental as well as in its permanent stage." Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky sent a letter to this effect to Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the hospital trustees. No answer was ever received by the rabbi. Rabbi Rackovsky had previously conferred with Meyer on the matter. Meyer indicated that there could be no kosher kitchen in the Alton Road hospital because that will be only a temporary institution, but that there miqht be one in the Mt. Sinai hospital. (The Mt. Sinai trustees will open the Alton Road hospital in January and operate it until the new hospital is built.) On Sept. 3, the Rabbinical association unanimously passed a resolution urging the officers of the hospital to include a kosher kitchen in Mt. Sinai. Included in the resolution was this statement: "It is felt that this will help in the recovery of patients for whom nonkosher food is a mental struggle." I). S. TO DEPORT MINT REFUGEES (Continued (rom Page 1) Asked about the destination of the "stateless" refugees, Culp s.ud that in the eyes of the department there is no such thing as a "staii less pei son," that they are deported t<> their country of birth or to the country in which i > last residt (I. If neithi r country will admit them, they cannot he deported, he explained. Russia, lie said, and all the Rusian-dominated and controlled countries in Central and Eastern Europe including Poland, EstonLithuania and Latvia—will not admit refugees. N'<> aliens have \n-vn deported to Poland since before the war. he added. Legislation which is in the process "f being drafted by various interested groups, for presentation at tin' next session of Con-. runs the gamut from a proposed study of the entire immigration process, to a chance in laws enabling use of unused quotas, such as the British and German, for example, for displaced persons. Another sal will be for a fixed bloc i visas outside the regular quota, to lie applied over an emergency period. The divergence in the Department of Justice attitude and Program Announced For Beach Y Concert Program for the fust concert I in the Beach Y's Community I Concert Series was announced this week. The Footlight Favor-| ites—Adelaide Abbot, sopran Lucielle Browning, contralto; Edward Kane, tenor, and John Brownlee, baritone—will be presented Monday evening, Dec. 2. Their selections will include: Quartet—Medlay from the "Merry Widow" Lohai Footllgbl Favorite* I'lin from "Rosalinda" Johann Btrauat Adelaide Abbot. Edward Kam .I"IIM llrou'iiles rin Blue Danube \\';iiiz .1,1, ,, J ," ll lll StIHII.-s Aili-lauliAhliot Quartet from "La vi.Parlslenne' Motllfht Fvorlte. f nbach Quartet from "Metric England" ,, u .. Edward Oorman Footlight Favorites Softly a in a Horning Sunrise fniiii "New Moon' 1 Rombers Edward Kane I.ii,.I—Wanting Tou from "New Moon" Romberg Ltuclelle Drowning, Edward Kane Madrigal und Quartet from "The Mikado" nilbart A Sullivan K'M.uigiit Favorltei .in.ii tet— Medli \ from "Deaert *>"" • Romberg Footlight Favorites rinWorld 1" Mine.. George Posford Lucielle Browning Duel Only A Rosa from "Tho Vagabond King" i •. .Iiilm Brownies 3uarti • Me lley from "One Touch "f Venus" Kurt Welll • %  • %  • %  night Favo-it-e Quartet—Medley from "Oklahsma Richard K I'IMIIIIKIII Favorites FRIDAY NpVEMj, as "more talk'. 1 ^ 8 **led ?hfi| B and Miami Hillel Members Plan Trip to Havana Pri ,Knt Truman's expressed A four-day vacation in Ha%  policy on admission of displaced v;ma is what University of Mills, is evident. If the refuami Hillel members are planning gees who have received deportaf or their December vacation. In-I ced to leave vited by the University of Ha' vana Hillel foundation, U. of M Arab s. Go!4 ThcRt. Rev M 7gan, Sunder of Bo TJ %  %  Miami Beach 7i-!. f ^ %  nai P ,eas *Father n. right ofZfl '" to Palest !,


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AY NOVE MBER 22, 1946 J^MPLE TO GIVE IESTINE REPORT TL.hand report on Ufa in \S 3 a lcct J l i re n JCW n if; in the middle ages will 1 £ht the second week of the ?'fdulf P !" gram of Jewish nation and culture sponsored fii Miami organizations. |£, Elsa Temple, recently ar%  f from the Holy Land, will fc a talk on her experiences L -,( a session to be held at C Monday at the Miami Y. p, st Biblical Spiritual and %  Lai Development" will be 7Sfc ,,f the lccture at thc tool for Jewish Women, Peninf Institute. 223 E. Flagler St, I) a m Tuesday. A discussion TL -Golden Age in Spain" I be included. A. P. Gannes [ be the speaker. jle Special Service Jiabbos Meborchim will be obL at Beth Tfilah at services • conducted by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 Saturday. tnging of Zmiros in the old Lsklic style is a feature of the Kay afternoon Shalos Sudos. Mowing the 7 a.m. services Ka class in Mishna is held. been Mincha and Maariv, He %  laws and customs are distil tipport the Red Feather agenGive to your Community SHARE HOME WITH JOUPLE. ALSO DOUBLE lOOM FOR RENT WITHOUT IlTCHEN PRIVILEGES. NICE ijRROUNDINGS. RENT REAENABLE. '.BLOCK FROM K.SLINE. TAKE BUS No. 16. %  79 N. W. Flagler Terrace Rabbi Mescholoff Opens 10th Season of Service Rabbi M wjl Inaugurate th. t. nl nual e nos of [at, I at 8:30 p.m. I I5 ,. tl Jacob syn. on "The Thankful I. This will mark I e t( nth of the ral %  piritual leader of i tion. Cantor Louis D. F< di r will lead the communal Ronald, son i : M ;.] %  William Tomber, % %  ^J^l^n


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PAGE SIX -Jewish Hcrldkin FRIDAY y • %  Card Party Slated By Kadimah Women K a d i m a h chapter, Pioneer Women's organization, will sponsor a mah jongg and card party Sunday evening in the ballroom of the Edward hotel, Miami Beach. Proceeds will go tt> the Moatzath Hapoaloth of Palestine for training and vocational guidance of immigrant women who require readjustment for their new life in Palestine. Tickets may lie obtained at the door. Mrs. William N. Berson and Mrs. Stevan Simon are cochairmen. Mrs. Albert H. Berson. president, announces that 25 new members joined the Englishspeaking and younger branch of the PWO at their membership soiree held in Beth David auditorium last Thursday evening to celebrate the 2lst anniversary of the founding of the national organization. The local chapter, organized two years ago by seven women, today has a membership of almost 100. KADIMAH WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS Officers of the Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women's organization, welcomed new members at a soiree held last Thursday. (Left to right) Mrs Fred Sandier, membership chairman; Mrs. Allan Chaikin and Mrs. Jerome Sern, new members; and Mrs. Harry Faber. honorary president. Harry Sirkin Heads Greater Miami Vaad Harry Sirkin was unanimously reelected president of the Great) r Miami Vaad Hakashrus at a recent meeting. Oilier officers are A M Bear and I. Langner. vice presidents: S. Lobel, treasurer; H. Sootin, secretary. Supervision of other institutions as well as butcher shops and markets is planned by the Vaad. Rabbi Rackovsky said. Represented at the meeting were Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Beth David, Miami Bi ach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom and Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, executive director of the Vaad. gave his annual report. Rabbi Lehrman Chooses Book Month Service %  D ust Off Your Bookshelves" in honor of National Jewish Book Month is the topic chosen by Rabbi Irving Lehrman for services at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. bi Lehrman will preach on the weekly portion of the law at the Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Junior congregation will meet at 10 a m. Harold Shapiro, chairman of the Southeastern Zionist regional convention, will be guest speaker at the AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast. 9 a.m. Sunday Boys and girls over 13 are invited. The Young Peoples league will mi e1 at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Denver Board to Hear I Report On Journal Final report on its souvenir journal will be made at a board meeting of the Greater Miami chapter, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. 11 a.m. Tuesday at the home of %  Benjamin Bloom, 40 S. W. rd. Funds received ject will be used cany-all station (based by the local chapter for the Denver home. Plans for a victory luncheon to be held in January will also be discussed at the meeting. Luncheon will be served to the board members by the Mesdames Gisella Newlander. Charles Burns. Joseph Rawlson. Alice Sul-e: man and Benjamin Hertz. Mrs. 30th from the proto pay for the wagon purCommunity Chest Gets 15% In First Week The Community Chest campaign, off to a slow start, reached rnly 15 per cent of its quota of $' %  '85,000 during the first week, but the pledges received represented a large increase over the previous year, according to General Chairman Jack Corbin. A card for card analysis showed gains up to 34 per cent in division standings on the basis of last year's giving, Corbin said. This shows that the success of the campaign is a question of maintaining the pace, he stated. If remaining pledges continue to show the same increases, the goal will be reached. The Women's division, with 30 per cent of their quota in hand, led all other soliciting groups. with Miami Beach contributing a large share of the total. Mrs Monte Selig, major for the Beach islands, led the division with 68 per cent of her quota raised. The section headed by Mrs. I. Teitch and Mrs. Josef N. Rosen KCCUred 35 new contributions in one area assigned to Mrs. J. Rosenberg. Mrs. Emma Friend, another captain in the section, passed her quota, soliciting all the prospects herself. NOVEMB Belarsky ER 2a, MRS. SIMONS NAMED Mrs. Harry V. Simons, vice president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, was elected to the board of directors of the southwestern region. National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, at the tristate convention held in Pensacola. W *h He brew Me I T heGreaterMia miJ T*f tUral ^miUoetM answer for the fniv %  I Sld,,, Bt lar %. ou,, basso, proved th„ c 7 nm ***£& h 1 ** the en^ r *Puve audi***, ( Belarsky was best L 0U8 y interpreting^?* j "an WMSHJI N'Bhf and Prokotfi 1 Country Is GrowinTftl ment „ ot the Hebraic JJ selections received u!" ovation. Contrast beJ plaintive, minor key ei of the traditional folk :


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MB^^Bi^MMfffTlftWlMBBWMpp^fBffHBTfTlM N nVEMBTO 2 2, 1946 ^J^lstfkridfgari PAGE SEVEN lurraytoStor a Lazarus Dance .. kin of boogie^TapP** at the ^OomlwiU head the fe 5S at the Presiitel. • room neadi'nai B Wison ho i'SSTSl enters. **A his rumba band and 1(1 from the Valdez The rumba conDINNER GUESTS AID BETH DAVID aldcz ''^'valuable prizes, is Irith 5 may be purchased at Z Clinton, Miami Beach, lhl Rosedale restaurant, w fifth St.. Miami. kedtostartat9p.nt.ttie Bi be held in the Palm I the hotel. [jollied. Rename (for War II Hero ..on of officers and renamIthc Freda Markowitz post, n/ ar Veterans, will take ,i 8 p.m. Monday at 1545 hird st. ...ending to Dr. Klein, commander. hce on transferring governfcsurance will be given by sentative of the Veterans' ration from the regional I in Atlanta. Uort on the post's part in flu M'ami Y's $200,000 n g fund campaign will be is to be named after t.j War II serviceman who |ih action. Klein said this Beth David's initial gifts division held its third dinner for the $525,000 building fund campaign at the Alcazar hotel last Thursday night under the sponsorship of Jacob Sher, chairman of the division. Sixty guests attended and heard Stanley C. Myers, Louis Heiman, Ben Essen and Rabbi Max Shapiro analyze the importance of the catnpaign. Hebrew Group Plans Thanksgiving Party Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will hold a Thanksgiving party at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Biscayne Temple, Hadassah Honors Wives MRS. SELIG AIDS DRIVE Of Professional Men Wives of professional men will be honored Tuesday afternoon at a tea in the home of Mrs Sam Blank, 600 E. DeLido dr.. Mrs. 120 N. W. 15th ave., with Rabbi! Joseph B. Pomeranco, Miami | Weinstein Plans evelt Tribute [tribute to the memory of ll:n Delano Roosevelt will iented by Mrs. I. M. Wein|at 1:30 pin. today at the IBeach Jewish Center when IBiews three books about I president for the Miami Women's division of the ican Jewish Congress. t books are "As He Saw It," tiot Roosevelt; "The RooseKnew," by Frances Per| and "Dinner At the White by Louis Adamic. k Leonard Kimball is chair' the Friday Review series i will present its second retoday. Eeaeh Hadassah membership chairman, announces. The next of the scries of teas will be held Dec. 3. at the home Simon April as guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff, assisted by Robert Townsend, will be in charge of entertainment which will include mah jongg' and card games. Leonard Feld-1 f Mrs. Louis Heiman, 423 E. man will act as master of cere-jRivo Alto dr., when wives of monies. j members of the Zionist OiganiMack Apfelbaum is chairman lotion of America and mothers of of the event, assisted by Mrs E j unior Hadassah and Business and A Moss. Members of the plan-; proft ssiona Womcn s division rung committee are the Mesdames ^ wi „ aU( nd Morris Rappaport. Morris OfsoMrs. Monte Selig has accept-^ ed the chairmanship of the women's section, special gifts division of the $2,500,000 campaign for the Mt. Sinai hospital. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the drive, announced this week. Mrs. Selig will serve with Max Orovilz, chairman of the special gifts division. Forum On Community Slated for Reception Representatives of four local women's organizations will participate in a program on "Community Unity" at the Thanksgiving reception to be held by the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress, 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Atlantis Roof Garden, 2655 Collins ave. Forum speakers will be Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of AJC; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, representing Miami Beach Hadassah; Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, president of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Nat L. Williams, president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub will be moderator. Jan Bart, baritone star of the Clover club show, will be presented by Mrs. Harry Goldstein, music chairman. Members and guests are invited. Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL COME IN AND ENJOY witz, Herbert Feldan, Benjamin Stone, Max Jacobskind, Nat Blumberg. Herman Sklansky, Harry Shear and Mack Hershel Glantz, Benjamin Soko| baum. lot, Benjamin Davis. Sam Blank. ApfelALPERT'S RESTAURANT No. 6 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Club Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinners and Specials SAME FINE FOODS—Our 14th Year—SAME MANAGEMENT pnber Group to Meet jtember hospitality committee |emple Israel Sisterhood will with Mrs Harold Spaet, man, at her home 5435 La dr., 2 p.m. this afternoon. for the month's activities 1 made. Grand Opening STRICTLY 1 V 2 MEAT MARKET 230 N. W. 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SBBHHHBMH PAGE EIGHT +Jewistincri(fton_ Temple Israel to Hold Father and Son Night Wednesday will be Father and Son Night at Temple Israel. Slogan of the Men's club celebration is 'bring your own son— or borrow one—or bring a friend." The program will feature Jack Rice and son, magicians: Mickey Mouse shorts and other cartoons, and community singing. A buffet supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. Henry Hirsch is chairman. The planning committee includes Jerome Cohen. Harry Diamond, Henry Wolff, and Sol C. Finn. There will be no admission charge. TWO NOMINATED Walter C. Kovner and George J. Bertman were nominated for presidency of lh e B'nai B'rilh, Miami Beach lodge 1591, at a meeting Tuesday night in the National hotel auditorium. I SPONSOR BREAKFAST IN HONOR OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marks. J504 Ponce de Leon blvd., will sponsor the weekly breakfast at Beth David auditorium at H:30 a.m. this Sunday in honor of the I Bar MitZVa of their son. Lawrence. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Morris Krasney. Nat Greenberg, Samuel Shouger and Lawrence Isimkin. chairman. Persons wish| mg to sponsor a breakfast m honor of a special occasion may contact Mrs Smikin at 13 Mon[tilla ave. Coral Gables. The breakfasts are a weekly feature sponsored by the ParentTeacher association for boys and I girls over 13 years. Watch For B-D DAY! ._ __ %  %  %  %  %  %  POLL LIFE READINGS | {NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS! PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take Bus to Door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 Report On Convention Mrs Joseph Brenner and Miss Gertrude Gurland will report on the national Mizrachi convention at a meeting of the Miami B< ach Mizrachi m n's and women's divisions 8 p.m. Saturday in Beth Jacob synagi gue. The two women were delegates to the convention held at Atlantic Cits Mrs Brenm r is honorary president of the local i ization. j DOUBLE ROOM FOR RENT Twin Beds I Walking Distance from Town Private Home. No Other Roomers Call 9-7139 ROOM FOR RENT GENTLEMEN ONLY Twin beds, private home, separate entrance. 8 blocks from center of town. S12 single, S18 double Phone 9-9410. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Accredited Training in Medicol Technology and Laboratory Technique. Day and Evening. Approved Under Gl Bill of Rlqhtt. For Catalog, Call or Write BUNCE SCHOOL OF LABORATORY TECHNIQUE Le Blond Bldg., Coral Gables, Pla. Phone 4-2612 | NOW OPEN Delayo's PHONE 58-9 130 ITALIAN and FRENCH CUISINE RESTAURANT 217 5TH ST. — MIAMI BEACH Famous For DELICIOUS FOOD, WINE and BEER VETERANS! HERE'S WHAT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR! AVIATION TRAINING AT GOVT EXPENSE UNDER G.I. BILL OF RIGHTS INSTRUCTION ALSO AVAILABLE TO PRIVATE STUDENTS ALL C.A.A. 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Sidney lleifetz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morns Heifetz, will become Bai Mitzva during services at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Rabin Murray Grauer will address the young man. Joseph Malek will conduct the junior congregation at 9:30 a.m. at the Talmud Torah. Fred Ochs will be guest speaker. Hostesses for the junior services are Mrs. Emanuel Karger and Mrs. Fred Ochs. MISS FRANKEL MARKET TO SPONSOR JEWISH RADIO SHOW A new series of Jewish radio programs will be inaugurated 11:45 a.m. Sunday over Station WKAT. Sp insored by Matter's Kosher Market of Miami Beach, the 15minute show will open with an all-Jewish musical program. Future programs will consist of talks by local rabbis, skits and news of interest to local Jewry. Three to Represent Local Junior Hadassah Three delegate* will represent the Greater Miami unit of Junior Hadassah. at the 23rd annual convention of the young women's Zionist organization Nov. 27 to 30 in Atlantic City, N. J. The local delegates are Miss Natalie S. Frankel, president; Miss Hilda Schwartz, secretary, and Miss Lucille Yagoda, treasurer. Miss Frankel is vicepresident of the Southeastern region and a member of the national board. The convention will pay special attention to projects in Palestunwhich Junior Hadassah supports—the Children's Village (Meier Shfeyah), the Henrietta Szold school of nursing, the Youth Aliyah (immigration) movement for the rehabilitation of refugee youth and the Jewish National fund for the redemption of land in Palestine. Local membership drive of Junior Hadassah will climax with a Cinderella ball on December 28 at the Wofford hotel. The girl sponsoring the most new members will be named "Miss Membership." ROOM FOR RENT 1331 14th St., Miami Beach Large airy double room. Private bath and shower; sun deck; all home privileges; $1,500 for season, yearly if preferred. Call evenings. 6 to 9. 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W. 7th Aves ti7„j :. l artj|i "ii wil '•"^dramatiiedfaTh an •F^TtSa sel's boyhood m 7 3,St M Talmudic schoo ^ A studied with the P 0 i" h „ 8 M "•' and doming a ^uSr£ interpretations of Jew ls rjM IOUS and traditional life >? %  the vestries of N. •ous schools, lodges, g S s ^ h-.mes throughout America. I Schlussel's work came to J attention of M ax M Pc, h ."* .Ine.tnrofthoNewYorkHaN Art. about three years a 60 J? the; artist, unable to secure rWj nition. was working as a tZ "e offered Pochapin fifty ej to hang one of his paintings J the hope that a visitor to & gallery would purchase it nj Hall of Art director refJ Schlussel's J50.00, and hung 4,1 painting. Within an hour it W J sold for treble that sum. aJ Schlussel received his first retJ Ognition in America. Since that time, the Talmudic artist has received wide recog. nition; his paintings have teal reproduced for mass sale. flJ four canvases Pochapin will Q. hibit at the broadcast, however, are original oil paintings, aid their exhibition here will mark I the first time Schlussel's ork| has been shown in the South. MIAMI AJC TO SEE BROTHERHOOD SKIT A skit entitled "Brotherhood aj Action" will be presented at thn regular meeting of the Mian] Women's division. American Jew-j ish Congress. 1:30 p.m. Wednes-] day at Beth David auditorium. The program was arranged by] Mrs. Max Shapiro. Participant! will be Mrs. Albert Ladd. Ml Frank Kline, Mrs. Jack Schieff, Mrs. Ada Sher and Mrs. Shapiro. Refreshments will be sen* 1331 14th Street MIAMI BEACH Large, airy room, private bat* and .hower. Sun deck. B"'*home privileges. SEASONAL OR BY YEAR Please Call Evemngi POSSESSION AT ONCE! Owner leaving must sell lovelybedroom furnished home. Sola', Venetian blinds, extra nice %  closed yard. 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, s MEN SELECT JOSENTHAL I u F Koscnthal was K president of the Probus H P ?! and professional P*,.*. 5— L with him were Harry fand George Adler, v.ce Lr Morris Klass, secre%  ? nh M Lipton, treasr P 5. Singer'and Henry C;marshalls;Alv.nCas^nnard Wien. Jerome E. S, Hvman Kaplan and Shay'ne, board of goverused of approximately 50 fin who are boat enthusV7 organization has been ning veterans and confat servicemen on weekend fcec vears the club owned T on 'the tidal flats south Florida. When the SepJ ]945 hurricane destroyed Idings and docks, the orTn rebuilt its clubhouse 170-foot barges located eighth of a mile east of -ner site and about 12 luth southeast of Miami. WITH WOMEN TAL1ANOFF J. Talianoff. Florida di„ the Anti-Defamation Twill address the Miami lhapter of B'nai B'rith (when they hold a reguJingat 1:30 p.m. WednesFemple B<-ih Sholom. A kicture will be shown. |arold Turk, membership b of the chapter, is workl her committee on plans tmbership tea Dec. 4 at Hord hotel. Mrs. Alexpardson. program chairpresent Mrs. Lillian jcalist. and an original %  embers of the chapter. .1 i Club to Choose Girl Sunday Sweater Girl" will be day evening at the iDance to be sponsored panon club at the Miami (ding to Sam Kratish, The girl wearing the •water will be awarded I Sherwood LeVigne and ptra will provide music : for the club's annual Pall, to be held Dec. 15 Policemen's Benevolent hall, are on sale at I Y and at accommoda1 Saks Fifth Ave., Miami f ty Clubs Plan kith Program Protestant and Catholic the University of Mi"rticipate in a ThanksKrfaith program 7:30 fsday ; ,t the Hillel Ponce de Leon blvd., to Danny Kaplan, [>f Hillel. Ptives of Hillel founfCA, Canterbury club, T u b, Young Peoples "Pmmster club and the FWent union will take Mlehght pageant. A r e will also be shown. ;? m ls chairman of the a "n group which is %  "* Program. A social follow with Betty E" rr nan. Rabbi Albert supervise the meethSloble-Vigorou. P n o All Your P T ATE PROBLEMS EISENSTEIN l^ola Road BEACH tt 5-6479 Miami Bt.ch MIAMI HADASSAH MiT^SS" PAGE NINE JPFO To Sponsor Olgin Memorial Concert The Jewish People's Fraternal Order, Lodges 192 and 601 (English speaking branch), will commemorate the memory of M. Olgin, author, with a concert 8 p.m. Sunday evening in the Central Beach school auditorium, 1420 Washington ave., Miami Beach. The program will feature the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus rendering a series of new songs; recitations by Morris Carroll, and selections by Gerard Haft, first 'cellist with the University of Miami symphony orchestra. M. Holtman, familiar with Olgin and his works, will be guest speaker Forty-six new members have enrolled ship chairman (at left) reported following Shown with Mrs. Kotkin are Mrs. Joseph Carp, president, and" Mr* Frmklojne. publicity"ch.ilin the Miami Hadassah, Mrs. Tma Kotkin. membera membership tea Monday at lh e Miami Women's club. man. Circle Branch Plans Thanksgiving Dance Thanksgiving eve will be party night for the newly formed English-speaking branch 692Y of the Workmen's circle. On Wednesday night the group will hold a dance at the circle's lyceum, 2,"i Washington ave., with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Katz as hosts. Initiation charges and first quarter's dues will be waived for new members signing up now. Dinner Party to Fete Miss Freehling, Fiance A dinner party in honor of the approaching marriage of Miss Jeanne Lois Freehling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome E. Freehling, 1239 S. W. 19th ter.. to Myron J. Sternman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sternman of Fayette, Ala., will be held this evening at Victor's restaurant. Mrs. I. Freehling. grandmother of the bride-to-be, will be guest of honor in celebration of her 70th birthday. Miss Freehling and Mr. Sternman will be married Sunday. RABBI TO REVIEW NEW KOESTLER NOVEL Arthur Koestfer's "Thieves In the Night" will be reviewed by Rabbi Leon Kronish during late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. tonight at Temple Beth Sholom. The service will commemorate Jewish Book Sabbath. The new Koestler novel deals with the Jewish resistance movement in Palestine. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services with Mrs. Harry Cornblum, Mrs. Robert Nordin. Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs. Bert Whitman as hostesses. Sabbath services will be at 10:45 a.m. Saturday. MJOC Women Plan Party The Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold a card party at 8 p.m. Sunday aJ the Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. Third st. Hostesses will be Mrs. B. Meltzer, Mrs. Sadie Minivitz and Mrs. Pearl Raidman. BETH SHOLOM WOMEN SLATE THREE EVENTS Mrs. David Harris, 4456 Nautilus dr.. will be hostess at a membership tea for Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Friday afternoon, Dec. 6. A talent skit will be featured on the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. Irving Marcus, membership chairman, has announced a goal of 100 new members for the event. Members of the Sisterhood will model clothes at the amateur fashion show the organization is planning for Wednesday evening, Dec. 18. Also on the Sisterhood calendar is a concert by Alec Templeton on Jan. 9 with Mrs. Morris Morns as chairman. BARN DANCE NEXT FOR BEACH Y YOUTH Dec. 1 will be barn dance night for the Beach Y's Youth council, according to Bob Townsend, president, who will be in charge of the affair as well as the entertainment committee. Miss Leila Gross is chairman of the decorations committee which will convert the Y dance hall into a country barn atmosphere. Arnold Newman will be in charge of refreshments. Music will be provided by Stewart Pochapin's Tune TimSandor to Play Sunday Gyorgy Sandor, Hungarian-born pianist, will be presented by the University of Miami at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in Miami Senior High school. A specialist in the music of Rachmaninoff and Liszt, he will play three Chopin selections as well. EDWARD PASTROFF WINS TALENT CONTEST Fourteen year old Edward Pastroff received a $75 U. S. savings bond Saturday as first prize in the finals of the 16th series of "Crusader Kids" radio talent contest. A student at Miami Senior High school, Edward was selected for his playing of Lecuona's "Malaguena." CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best care for chronic tick, con. valescent and elderly people. mmm L.ira~ Beautiful Grounds.^ Watch For B-D DAY! Organization Mimeographing and Typewriting Service 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 22 58-2355 or 5-6798 oo0 )or A> wn ft ALITY 'I FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Inc. Phone 2-6141 1715 H. W. Wh Avenue BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 223 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR • LICENSED and INSURED • GUARANTEED Estimate. Che.rfu.iy Given Ask for U. S. 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PAGE TEN r %  • • %  %  %  i %  .1 << Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. f • ZIONIST TRENDS: American Zionist leaders who advocated a policy of abstaining from endorsing any of the political parties in the recent elections, now feel that this policy was justified With the victory of the Republican party. these leaders claim that it was a wise move on the part of the Zionist movement not to commit itself in favor of one party or another during the elections High sources in Washington indicate that although Secretary of State Byrnes is going to meet with British Foreign Secretary Bcvin on the Palestine question. President. Truman will continue to have direct control of this question. The over-all responsibility for the Palestine issue has not been switched to Byrnes, they reveal, emphasizing that Truman is determined to get action on his request to hare 100.000 displaced Jews admitted to Palesi ne immediately New suggestions are now being ESed in the tanks of American Zionists with regard to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress which opens next month in Switzerland One of these suggestions is that the executive of the Jewish Agency and the executive of the World Zionist nization function uncle: sepli nts The headquarters of the Jewish Agency, il is suggested, should be :n the Unii '.chile the I quarters of the World Zionist; Executive can remain in London! and in Palestine The executive of the Jewish Agency should be composed of not more than a dozen Zionists and non-Zionists, but leading American personalities would be invited to art as •experts" in the executive • Among those mentioned are Robert Nathan and Henry Morgen thau, jr. ... It is believed that they might become actively interested in this way in certain phases of the work of the Jewish Agency OVER THERE Believe it or not. about 10.000 children are expected to be born this year to Jews in the camps placed persons in Germany and Austria %  The numl i hnths is constantly increasing, and the number of expectant mothers is so large that one of the major worries of the JDC today is how to get diapers and layi ttes. Preparat ons fur the publication of '' < Talmud in Hebrew arr now I 0 made in Ger%  fy the a ous Jews in the camps Originally, the JDC wanted to pay the cosl %  ttcatton, but the Ami > oovemment insisted tliai all the project be covered by the U. S. Army as a gift to the Jews The JDC is now printing in Gem thousands of Hebrew, Yiddish anil Eug! order to meet r ; > eed of the schools in the camps The paper for these books is supplied by UNRRA Thouii Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Dr Carl N Herman. YWCA official the principal spcak.r at the Father-Son prosponsored by the Rotary club at Belle Glade Also on the pi, igi an wi : e Carl Roberts, Gi e Chasi YMCA seen I Among those' who took part in the Flagler Variety Show sponsored by the> city recreation department Tuesday night in Flagler park band shell was A. Levin who sang several selections. Other guests were Mrs Gertrude Moss, president of the B"nai a, and Mrs. Ann an, co-advisor to the Young Won • n'a organization. LFA Following a dinner In her honor. MiGi rtrude Carnovsky, director of B'nai B'rith Girls work in district five, was guest speaker at an informal meeting of the E'nai B'rith Girls, and Young Women recently at the home of Miss Marilyn Lee. 306 Valencia rd. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Misell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S Faville. Funersl Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. sands of prayer books are also being printed by the JDC to satisfy the needs of the rehgH)US dements among the displaced Jeus. Judge Simon Rifkind. speaking in New York about the necessity of establishing a medical school in Palestine, related the following which is characteristic of the ,-rpsent situation of the Jews in Germany "When I was adVisor on Jewish affairs to the AMG in Germany." he said. "I re eived a report that 1.003 students had been admitted to the Heidelberg Medical school, which had just reopened The extra e< caused me to be suspicious, and I had the matter investigated ... It turned out that the three were Jewish students who had been admitted after the American military authorities had discovered that in the first 1.000 students there was not a single Jew" • %  THIEVES IN THE NIGHT: A powerful picture of the tension in Palestine today is given by Arthur K o c s 11 e r in his -Thieves In The Night." pubby Macmillan ... It starts with a detailed account of how a group of young Jewish settlers overnight established a colony in a remote section of Palestine How they withstood Arab attacks How they converted an arid hill into a normal settlement %  And what price they paid for it in human lives and in hard labor Around this theme the author weaves a novel which presents strongly the Jewish claim on Palestine and the Jews' achievements there. COMMUNAL NOTES: The list of smaller Jewish communities employing professional executives for the first time' to help direct their central community organizations is swelling By now there are about 100 such communities, and thejr number continues to grow, judging from reporU of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare' Funds The question of whether thereis an} justification in maintaining Jewish hospitals and health services was discussed by representatives of Jewish Federations of some of the larger cities Dr. George Baher. president of the N. Y. Academy of Medicine and director of clinical research at Mt. Sinai hospital, pointed out that one-third of the Jewish patients in New York. Chicago and Philadelphia receive care in Jewish hospitals which have a nonsectarian admission policy. The justification of Jewish hospitals, he said, lies in the advancement of scientific medical care Also in the provision of I opportunities for the scientific development of Jewish physicians. This, he emphasized, can only be achieved by expanding opportunities for internships, residencies, full-time hospital staffs. clinic and laboratory research, and the development of medical specialists of outstanding calibre. The Jewish community, he argued, needs to develop the best possible opportunities for the further education of graduate medical students and practicing Jewish physicians. Obituaries LAVINE Funeral ervlce for Sum S l.aVine, Crime i.i mvnri of Dada I'hariniu'lpi*, wore held TIIPMIH)afternoon ,i Temple im-sei with Rabbis .I.I,. Kaplan ami c'olman A. Zwltman .Yfic-iatiiifr. The' liody *H plaoed in tin W'o..ellawri park mausoleum. Active pallbearri 1 n. II, n and Banford Kramer, Elmer Whaley, I >• Harold Kami. Dr. Morris Wan .n, I Charles I'antein I .i \" in.-, who died Saturdav nifht was a native of t'levelaml. whenI,. operated a chain of drug stores HI* brother, Arthur 8. LaWlne, co-owner with him of Dade I'harmae l.-M until they were told to Whai.n Drug (More*, p.. this year, op era ted the flrai [>adi %  tore In Coconul <;rove before Bam ame here in \VM. Sam I..i\'lne lived at 6301 I'lne Tree ,lr Miami Heae-h Surviving, besides the brother, are hli wife, Hrs llalvlns I" La Vine; i %  on, Sterling jr.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.iVln.-. all of Miami Beach, and three sisters. KONICK Samuel Kemlck, 74, of 1411 S W Third st.. died Tuesday. He came from N> w Have*. Conn., 11 real Surviving are his wife, MrHe Konlck; two daughtere, Mrs. Leo Hohaveer and Mrs Ann Paatrofr, both ,,i Miami, and as on, Bervtoea were held Wednesday al Gordon chapel. F0RD M ANpJta DEARBORN M v %  charge of the distrj |,i: 'he Ford Mot? "N manager. The rL Mi Ann ,s consisten?Sll s'biity and author,S tire efforts to the naW '" ,£" rd ^ Lncofi. southeastern regional salaJ lilts. ^M A native of Bancroft, UI fin joined the Ford 1925 at Omaha. SACKS Jules Backa, 46, sales manager for Southern Beveragea of Miami, elird Monda) in a hospital He came from Haltimore n yean ago, and lived at ;.:, Jefferson ave., Miami Bunrlvora Include his wife, Mrs Eva Sacks; a son, Stanley, both of Miami llearh; iwo brother and a alster. Masonic service* were conducted Wednesday in Riverside Memorial chapel SEIGEL Sate Belgel, M, %  ratlrad drug sundi %  de il< r, died last Tuesda) He live d al i'i-'i NW. Blxth ave and came t" Miami L'J years ago from H sfotnee, la. ll. was %  ISnd di gn e Mason, Surviving are a daughter, Mn Mary Schwartz, ami a Bon, Robert I. Kelgel. both of Miami. Iturini was In Woodlawn cemetei Support the Red Feati cies. Give Chest. to your C J*i ROTH • for Mm %  N %  • sere kail '' the fMlHrJBI %  • %  "> I) mtnkaj] So ;-; %  vein, h Mii;..ih was >' WotdirM B-D DM f \ 111 I t> / ^_Ti r uy n. L IU UIII r p710 5. W. 12th AV. MIAMI—i Lr.St\ 3-343LJ 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE OmCUliV KPKSOIT THE MJOHTV Of NOBTHEIH JEWISH FWEML 0aS In/ormofion Gladly funuW on Ktqunt SERVING MIAMI UKI* MIAMI Exclusively Jewish l IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MEMORIAL m. 5-7771 B1YEBS1DE AMBUUli SEflVKE \t% Wali9li A Miami fctff Funer*! Olrtct'ABC BI8ENBER0. 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RKIHB JEWISH BOOK MONTH U" U „_ Jewish Book Month, written by Max 0 i| 0 winO f.amW Miami Jewieh Book council, is the KfeswS o h n%h.. CTtfr10 RECEIVE HONORS ***iiw'f'**KStS J-i'. •' Miami Beach Senior High school's National Honor society has tapped 10 new members. Thev are Rhode Caidin, Dolores LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SIX RAY SPORTSWEAR MANU" N. 'XtffSSA th u ^LKf arc JWode Ca idini Ooloi ,, -N,.-^.;:;^^^ -^ d from Nov. 15 to Dec. 15 has been designated Sofcge^JorSS^lS'w ^WSTS^SSl % g e ffMoXby the Jewish Book Council^America, Dr. bel Puga'X^ b B £ „,el president Participating in the local council Lenore Somosi, Manuel Zaiac and ySK 5^5515 Gray* %  r ^ -..Tpnntions and the Bureau of lewwh Louise Raohael. f v' nil the congregations and the Bureau of Jewish Louise Raphael. he two Y s. execut i Ve director, A. P. Gannes, is its secre-' ~ otio" In hose execuu'o *—— %  — -— -— tinn with this national observance of the imfXSta Jewish life, today. Friday. Nov. 22. has been > ,b0 ? K -_uw. m celebrate Jewish Book Sabbath or LEGAL NOTICES ^ofbooks"^" citbrerteiewWIi Book Sabbath Red by ,n e r NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai indi i Igi • d di v ,hP rabbis to ceieoiute i"w -w^.^m w ,,,,, ....,, (le8lr ng lo cngng( „ .Tnleaot." They will stress on this occasion the fact ^fic,., that 01 r tn !n our identity as Am-ha-sefer or the vi Miami, c,. intends to j w e ought to r un oui L"of the book. Lil council is exceed• ti be of service to L"2SlSs ^d organizaKffexbibitlng Jewdesirous Members of these %  I I: ime I should like to Impress on thi %  !;:„,,','." %  members of the Greater Miami i i" 1 1 with the %  '.< k of %  f I ladi Co inty, %  ^,lrf"oc'"encouraged to f ^ks and the council fctfft facile for or! eS marks the golden ..I of the discovery of 100,000 e iv important manubf.896 by the late Prof. ,on Senator in the Gemlf the svnaqogue in Cairo, L id Will be celebrated ,l wish Book Month. OthIterary anniversaries occurIrinu this period are the Sersary of the death of I^Aleichem, whose splenime'Tho Old Country" to Z translation has recently published: the 30th ar.nirv ,,f the establishment ol Ewadruth Ivrith of America uation for the promotion of Hebrew language and literaThis p-riod marks also the anniversary of the birth of %  ham Reisen, Yiddish poet author: and the tercentenary birth of Gluckel of Hameln, m 17th century diarist. u national council's triial Jewish Book Annual this r ,is devoted especially to a vey of the literary products of u'abroad with emphasis on of the liberated nations, led also are articles on Jewbook-lore and Hebrew culKhievements in Palestine ,r own country. The countos also printed a beautiful tial poster by the famous artArthur Syzk NATII \N SCHREIBER, .%  • Owne community that the Bureau of: MAX it. SILVER, •_. .. • ,i r. Attorney for Applicant. Jewish Education in the Congress 11/22 29 12/6-13-211 building in Miami contains the IRVING BIRNBERG HARRY MILDNER. Partners. LESTER LASKY, Attorney for Applicants. 1 log t !oi gresfl Bldg. U/13-22-28 12/6-13 best Jewish library in this area Its comprehensive collections numbering over 2.000 volumes in Hebrew, English and Yiddish are available for circulation to oui residents. These volumes individually and collectively include the whole panorama of Jewish knowledge. Especially represented arc the publications of the Jewish Publication Society of America; Behrman House; the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Bloch Publishing company and the Hebrew Publishing company. No people in the world's history in comparable numbers has contributed so much to every branch of human knowledge, religious and secular. Their productions in art. science, literature, philosophy and religion are enormous. The local council is sponsoring its second annual book review contest. Three awards in the following classes will be made: Pre-college. college and adult. The prizes in each group will be some outstanding book or set of books. The council has also prepared a mimeographed list of some 100 recommended books for purchase. The list includes books for adults and children and is obtainable through your own organization, congregation or the Bureau. We are generally regarded as the people of the book and we should make every effort to live up to it. Buy and read Jewish books for yourself and your children so that we may continue to carry on the tradition that we are the people of "the intellectual life." NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage it: Under in.flptll In nn n f at .Met, Florida, Intenda to NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ler the fictitious name of COLLINS FISH MARKET, at 604 (•"lliii-; Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AL RENNERT HARRY EDELMAN SOLOMON BRAUNSTEIN Partners. HERM W \1. BERK, Attorni y for Applicants. M 13-22-29 12 8-13 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOI'THKRN HARDWARE & PAINT SUPPLY, at 733 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Oourt of Dade County, Florida. SAM GREENSPAN MILTON SACHS THEODORE J. SAKOW1TZ. 918 Seybold Bldg. Attorney for Applicants. 10/25 11/1-8-15-22 • 1 11 der ih %  fir 11 I'LAYDIUM BOWLING LANES, 737 s W. 8th Btrei t. Con Gal Florida, Intends lo i istei said name with the Clerk 'if nm circuit Court %  1 lade County, Florida, F.STILL 1: SPARKS. MYERS, HEIM \N ft K VPLAN, Attorni vfoi Applicant. 10/25 11/1-8-1S-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S H lURT IN AND FOR DADE I'OUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. In Re 1: iPHIE RAB1NOWITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEYrN. also known as SOPHIE MEVRISl 'N, di 1 1 used NOTICE OF PROBATE THE BTATE OP FIJORIDA: To All Persons Interested In tlie %  •. Said Decedent v.ai are hereby notified 'lint a K-rlttei h • purporting i" be the last will and testament of said decedent has been admitted to pro%  in said Co irt, You are hen by .o m iv. B n 'i • 'l within M\ calendar months from the date "f the first hj % %  • in appear ni Courl and show cause, If any vou can, why the action of said Courl In admitting said will to probate ,, ltd ni I land inn yoked. (Countv Courl Seall YT, v m. ANTON. Countv Judge. > %  JENNIE L. BLANTON Clerk. GEORGE rHERTKOP. Attorney. II 15-22-29 tS/ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1:1:1.1, PAINTING AND DECORATING CO., at 2f,n ponede Leon Blvd., Coral Oablei Fla., intend to register ime with the ci.-rk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Elorlda. IRVING i:i:i 1ST EN FELD 1: \I:.NI:TT HI.' 'Nr JOSEPH BARDELLA SAM SILVER Attorney f'>r Bell Painting and Decorating Co. 11/8-15-22-29 12 6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS. M 2019 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. ROBERT KNOBEL. Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ill ihe fictitious name of IDA GRINDING COMPANY, at "ni S W. Fourth Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk ''f the Circuit Court of Dade Oounty, Florida, .1 vkPRANK ISAM" FR VNK M.I.VN CHAYKIN M p.i-R'r OPPENHEIM VON ZAMFT & VON 7.AMFT. Mi. 11 %  !. %  %  •. f..r Applicants 272 W. Flagler St. 11 '8-15-22-29 12/8 NOTICE IS HEREBY nivEN that the underslBTied, desiring to engage in ,,.,. t he fictitious njm-nf MRCRAFT IN'N, at 4127 N. W. 36th St.. Miami. Fla.. intends to '••' Kald name with the Clerk of the cir cult Court "f Dad.C 5£ n ^& c Florl a ISAAC JOFFE. Utornev for Applicant. |1 '8-15-22-29 12/6 IN THE COUNTY JUDQB'B COURT IN AND FOR DADE COL.MY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18384 In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ. also known us SOPHIE MEYERSON, also known us oOl HIEMEYP.ISoN, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, arc hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of Sophie Rablnowltx, also known as Sophie Meyerson also known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade Oounty, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. Countv 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 ana presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. ... Date, November 12. A.D. 1946. GEORGECHERTKOF As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Sophie Rabinowltz, also known as Sophie Meyerson, also known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased. HEOIUIE CHERTKOF. Attorney for Estate. 11/15-22-29 12/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nai VN BLUE HOTEL, at SS4 Ocean Drive Miami Reach. Florida. Intend llBf r sai.l name with the I lerk ,,r the Circuit court of Dade County, ''""'''".TOSEPH W. OELFMAN RESSIE OELFMAN SAMUEL RUBIN, Atorney for Applicants. 11/15-22-29 12/8-U NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In h„,|nVs ""der the fictitious name of STREAM APPAREL. It ,.K,-.. siii't, Miami. Fla. %  Intend to register said name with the Clerk ,,; the Circuit Court of Dade County. Pl0rU 1 HAROLD S. MEYERS AL ROEMER BURNETT ROTH. Utornev for Applicants. ii J5-22-29 1-/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In S&A BIVER 1 "UQUW yj T N E Second Avenue Miami. mi 'intends to register said name rttS thei Clerk of thS Circuit Court of I ,.„!,. county, Florida. BAMUEi S..AI,ni.I.ATI. npr ittornev for Applicant. II '15-22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that ,h. i, • rslgned, desiring to engage In • %  he fictitious "?";'"' •HERNWINIJOJ **Ji iv,COMPANY, at 314 N. W. -no o... Miami. Fla.. Intends toi f rtlor said name with the Clerk: of the C •'• SYvRRYKAHN Sole Owner. II r,-;2-C9 12/8-18 LEONARD A. LEVINI, Pre. WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT ... our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 17055 Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED. N'MTICEOF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISOH A Ftn 1'Z NOTICE IB hereby given that 1 have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix or the estate of DAVID K. REED, deceaaed; and that on the 23rd day of December, 1946, will apply to the lion W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of snld final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of David K. Reed, deceased. This 18th day of November. 1946. ESTHER K. REED. Executrix of the Estate of David K. Reed, deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attornev for Executrix. 11/22-29 12/6-13 %  voTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ptorlaa HARRY FRIEDMAN H/l-8-15-22-29 VOTICF IS HEREBY CIVEN that I^IC. TVCOB SAMET ROSE 11. SAMET MYERS HEIMAN ft KAPLAN. M AttorneVB for Sellers. 11/1-8-15-22 5-5844 VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ^ A RI Y M ami Beach. Florida. i.Uend MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 10/25 11 '1-8-15-22 ^ IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18346. In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPPER. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims Against Slid Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou, may have against the estate of ANNIE PEPPER, 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 nr demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to M sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date. October 28. A.D. 1946. ABRAHAM PEPPER. As Executor of the UlMJW and Testament of ANNIE PEPPER, Deceased. MAN R. SILVER. Attorney for Executor. 11/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that ?2 r.l -• 'I desiring to engage In r,nesVu^^^dUi^ name of U 'Vc'cl w\" P Mlaiid.' FioHda incountv. Flnl 1 ''i! u .T.Y BCHATZ. Sola Owner. "V,o.r;. v"ro, Z 'Applicant. ,f pad. C0 ? R vha 0 scHWAM LCUIS AUGUST IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN rROBATE. In Re: Estateof LEONA THERESA SKINNER, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITUns To All Crcill ors and All Persons Haring Claims Against Raid Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands 'which >ou. or C1I\RLES L. POLAND A vl^r;^NATHERE^ SKINNER, deceased. n? l o?.; vr£...i.....'.<'-m U/1-S-15-W I %  i %  y I \\ri • r : i I i •iipi



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(Copyright, 1*44, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate) PLAIN TALK FROM ALFRED SEGAL. MR. HILLEL'S WILL Mr. Hillel, the occasional conductor of this column, has come to one of those weeks when he is tired of the affairs of the Hillel Widget corporation, and would rather write this column. Nowadays, he says, what with the great scarcity, widgets practically sell themselves; so the Hillel Widget corporation can very well do without him in the time it takes him to write this column. (Widgets, he frankly says, are too high in price but there's reckoning coming when widgets finally get so high-priced that people can't buy them.) Indeed, the current affluent prosperity in the widet business has made it possible for Mr. Hillel to think of other things than widgets. Mr. Hillel has been thinking of death, not in any psychopathic way but with the realism of a man looking at the final fact of life. Particularly, he has been considering what, after his death, shall be done with the wealth he has accumulated in the widget business. That is the subject of his column today and I give it here as Mr. Hillel has written it: MY WILL The other week our factory turned out its 10 millionth widget and there was quite a celebration Proskauer Aids Med School In Palestine have a good time v with, it. Recent-p ly he married a Hollywood girl: she is the fourth wife he has had. \ He has enjoyed widg't.-. But here I found myself at the very peak of my career (the 10 milliontth widget) thinking of my death and how to dispose of my wealth creditably when the; time came. ENDOWS PROPHET I took pencil in hand and began to sketch my will on a block! of memorandum sheets. Shortly I found my thoughts about my last will and testament getting mixed up with the fact that I ami a Jew. In what way, I asked, can I best express myself as a Jew in my will? After pondering a couple of minutes I wrote as follows: •$100,000 for the encouragement and maintenance of a Jewish prophi t,' I figure that ai the current rate of interest—about 2' in £100.000—there would be just about enough—S2.000—to keep a prophet per year. For a long time I have been painfully aware of the total lack of Jewish prophets, despite the good salaries our pulpits pay. So I have., come reluctantly to, the conclusion that maybe big salaries are no good for prophets. I am mindful that the prophets Elijah and Isaiah. Micah and Melachi worked without salary Judge Joseph M. Protkauer, president of the American Jewish committee, will be the iuet of honor at a dinner in New York, Tuesday, Not. 26, at the Riti Carlton Hotel "in behalf of the furtherance of the $4,000,000 buildini campaign of the Hebrew University ana Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem." 'L'tr^Ii, !£ K* '^ land, if I remember correctly.' Elf! and beer to all the help and we had a band and I made a speech, waving the 10 millionth widget. I was very proud of the way the Hillel corporation had produced all these widgets. We had begun with one widget a day and now a widget was practically rolling out of the machine each minute. To the approving shouts of all the workers, I announced a newgoal: 'One hundred million widgets before another year rolls around.' But when I got baok to my private office, I said to myself, 'So what Hillel? What if you do make a million widgets in the next year and increase your wealth ten times' What are you going to do with all that money when you are dead?' You see, that's the trouble with a man like me who is addicted to writing a column even occasionally. He is always looking at his affairs from a columnar angle. There's my chief competitor, Hercules Abernathy of the Ajex Widget corp. He's never disturbed philosophically on account of his wealth and so manages to Watch For B-D DAY! jah had to depend on ravens to feed him. Maybe, I thought, having to depend upon a congregation for a salary discourages authentic prophets, and what would Isaiah himself have amounted to if, in order to keep his income, he had to measure his words to the ideas! of the K.K. Temple Anshe Geborim. So I have decided to endow a prophet in my will I don't believe that prophets should be allowed to starve and the $2,000 a year should just take care of one, comfortably but not richly. He'li have sufficient to eat, a clean bed to sleep in and $30 suits to wear. That's about enough. My will shall say: "This endowment shall go to the person who can persuade Israel in I the United Stales to follow him out of its lazy indifference; who can teach many Jews to feel about Judaism as many Christians feel about Christianity which they regard as the perfect way of life; who can cause Jews to understand that being Jewish is not a matter of fighting anti-Semites but has to do with the dignity of a man who knows the long way of his history and is not frightened by dogs barking along the road; who can teach every Jew to know that as a Jew he is under double obligation of exemplary behavior—to himself and to his people. This is my idea of a Jewish prophet worthy to be endowed with my $2,000 a year. He need not be an ordained rabbi. He will MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service SOB Lincoln Rd. Ph.: S-SBei WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Life Insurance Estatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Ufa lm. Co. •07 Blacayne Bldo. Ph. S-1414 or 4-tMI Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware SiWerwar, Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furnjture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERV.CE FOR LAYOUTS GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your root rapalrad now: you will aava on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5M0 TOP son. 44)335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No She lls or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD SoU and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21sl Terrace ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach N TRULY NOLEN, Preside*! ORTHODOX: CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rev. Maurice Mamches. REFORM: TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. CONSERVATIVE: CONGREGATION^ A a b b ; M ax ^'S Abraham Fried man fEACH JEWISH c 1415 Euclid ave., Mia ? t Sln, executive &* LIBERAL: TEMP LE BETHS Chase ave., Mi ami B, a A Leon Kromsh, Camors, Kelemer. have to drop whatever else more gainful he is doing in order to apply himself fully to the function of being a prophet in Israel, on a salary just about enough to keep him fed and decently clothed. GOOD INVESTMENT I must confess that I am not entirely unselfish in establishing this endowment for the encouragement and support of one Jewish piochet. You may have already guessed that as a widget n;u>ufa< t.fer I have felt quite frustrated in the real purposes ^living. I want to ^ death significantly' tabl.sh.ng Jewish ^. my will. I| People, at my ( uneral >: There goe, Hillel. AU We he made w.d ? ets hut L end h* d.ed ..veil m h:s credit He gave £3 Jewish propntt." And even if my immm to produce even one proptJl Will serve at least to calhttJ tion to the great lack of 3 prophets; so .twill he a JJI vestment, in any event. HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. E. 6th St Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Informals Visiting Cards Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WORK CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accounts EACH account is insured safe to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of $15,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. %  '/to*. 1111 Lincoln Rood fc Block East of Altos CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President


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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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November 22, 1946

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
EsflV^BBIH
telIWElliDipidliiaun
^-THE JEW I SHUN I T V E
THE JEWISH WEE KL
MIAMM8, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
BRITISH STAGE
i. to Deport Refugees
Emergency Visas
W Q J T ,, A v v (JTA)_BrUish
LgTON (,TA)-Be,ween 1.700 and 1.900 stateless Tef^v twice^Ve^k, Slow-
^__r. ^nrt of them Jewish, have received notices of ,n- the hii .,.. ,.r ,,i.,......
Soviet Delegates Seek
Transfer of Mandate
LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y. (JTA)The demand by Soviet Dele-
HlINiji^"'' "" ------;-----.""."" l"~j ------------ iei aviv twice this week, follow- lahl ouu^loo, n. i. uwiw vwwuuu j *< "*=*<*
[a large part of them Jewish, have received notices of ing the blasl : a military gate Nikolai Novikov that Britain transfer the Palestine mandate
inn deportation from the Department of Justice. Rm1-|truck by a land mine which to the United Nations Trusteeship council was echoed this week
f United States from two to seven years, the refugees killed three policemen and an by the delegates of the Ukraine and Byelorussia at a session
entered on emergency visas obtained through the :nv f",T'' sergeant and injured 0f the committee.
Committee on Political Refugees, which President five The Ukrainian delegate, A. D. Voina, expressed "astonish-
M(nhl:shed lh' n"'",s roamed the nu,in ment" that the British government, while submitting to the
. ._ .i. x Streets in the nie-davvn hntu-v .. .... i, _, .____,____i_-_ ____________4l_____r.n
'
1.
i Y Gets
Approval
lien procedure. This procedure required first aid and eight were
would allow them to go to ri ,Sto.re. ?}***" RetL David Tells
' wen I with bullet holes, oein i^aviu ien>
Canada and return under the m, llt 40 police- n >| j. pi
quota, thus regularizing theil|mer> :,n through the streets DulldlnS rlans
qtnhis Reauests for visa ex- shoutinB "Jewish murderers" and Three buildings will be con-
status. Hequests tor visa ex beaUng whomever they f11Und. strUcted bv Beth David congrega-
tension have been filed. The turned Jewish-owned tjn nn Coral Way with funds
nun mi ouiui Way
policy of the department, how- aul"l:"1>::iS even when there raised in its current $525,000
ever, has been not to grant the ^
extension but, c"
several months
hepn not to arant the v"'' p"s"ns in lhem" Before building fund campaign, Sam
Deen not to grant me th(,y v.(,]c, halu.(, by militill.y po. Weissel chairman of the plan-
but, over a period ot i,(.t. thl,v had invaded the fash- nlng committee, stated this week,
nonths, to send form ionable Promenade hotel and; A synagogue with a capacity of
letters asking the recipients to smashed the bar. A man sitting 2300, a school building with more
lions on Miami Y prop-
LFifth st. and 16th avc.
within the next 10
liminary to construc-
I new community cen-
" '" '" prepare to leave the country. in the loung eportedly shot.Ithan 40 classrooms and a social
The refugees are said to have An inquiry has been launched and recreational building with an
established themselves success- int0 1,lllh auditorium seating 1500 are
fully in various communities and Th< tension was heightened planned
to be earning their way. and none when an officer was kiUed and Louis Heiman. cna.rman of the
is considered likely to become a four other | I injured later special gifts division announced
nnhlie rlnnv while trying to remove a mine that his division will hold a din-
i V.u tt c t Placed on the rails near Has el ncr Dec. 8 with Rabbi James
Reached at the U. S. Immigra- ... ... ,, f Cjncjnnati as guest
|n the r.( v I uilding is
pa-way : Mowing CPA
2,000 project.
| ent by Earl
;?A tricl manager,
: vision com-
bded by Sam Seitlin,
pre building contract to
I Construction company
I Ben Bssi n is president.
s found the ground
(or con ; uction after
brings tii. week.
g to go up will
urination (jyinn and au-
*iih a large stage open-
iterrazo patio. Also ill-
Kill be four meeting
Ihealt: i | ower and
1 y. office, stage
M and a kitchen,
building super-
nmittee are Dave Brown
P. Henry Jacobson, S. B.
Wgene W< i Leon Kap-
|Max R. Silver.
Ain. A soldier was injured near Heller of Cincinnati as guest
'e,ln,.Rehovi>th when a mine derailed speaker
<-Ulp. _............. .....-., r> ,........ ein.T
(in armored train. Police, using; Slogan in the campaign of
tion and Naturalization service in
Philadelphia. Eugene M
special assistant to Commissioner i(|nc,s (rajned t0 jck up scents j which Harry Markowitz is chair-
Ugo Carusi. said he did not know hQm fragments of mines, were man is 'Give Until It Feels
how the 1,700-1.900 figure had searching nearby settlements and Good.'
been arrived at. He denied that lh].iv men m reported t0 havc' ---------------------------------------------
there was anything unusual in been .,msU.d. .
deporting aliens who had over- Condemning the new outbreaks,
stayed their temporary visas. He )h(, Haganan radio, "Voice
that "every
? visions of the U.N. charter, Brit-
ain must place all its mandated
territories, without exception,
under United Nations trustee-
ship.
Meanwhile. Arab efforts to pro-
hibit the proposed International
Refugee organization from re-
settling Jews in Palestine were
defeated by the U.N. Social, Hu-
manitarian and Cultural com-
mittee.
The British government has no
intention of giving up the Pales-
tine mandate at this time, when
the London talks on Palestine are
still in progress, a BBC broadcast
announced this week.
The board of deputies of Brit-
ish Jews issued a statement ex-
pressing "distress" at the reports
that the activities of the Pales-
tine extremists are to be extend-
ed to England. At the same time,
the statement regretted the sen-
sationalism of these reports" em-
phasizing that they can foster
anti-Jewish feelings.
admitted, however, that during Is,'
Home
In Direct Mail Appeal
of Money Talks' for
the last year, since transportation |.",'.^,('.' Jlfau The gap between
had become available, deporta- ,!u, yishuv .|lui the terrorists and
tion proceedings had been taken ]S a warnjng to the Yishuv to1 The organization which had
against "certain types of eases" s|, ( u|) liquidation of these enough confidence in people to
which had been allowed to re- s(,nd 5000 of them a one doliar
main here during the war by ex- Roya, Air Force Marshal Lord h d convictions proved
tension of their temporary visas. Tedder, who was Gen. Eiscn-! '~
A number of them had been re- hower's deputy at SHAEF, ar- thu week-
turned to the American zone in ,1V(.(, at Lvdd;i anp<)1t this week; At 2:30 a.m. last Thursday,
Germany, he said. ,, an inspection tour of RAF 5.000 letters were sent out by a
instal.aUons in Palestine. _Jonumttee_of_the Jewish Home
(Cooperation of
bed Religions
pn today must become a
F uiternational-minded-
NDr. isiacl Goldstein,
National president of the
"fWnization, before an
of 200 persons at a
'meeting held Tuesday
Ptional hotel under the
P'P "I the Miami RoUnd
I. National Conference
nsand J,
H on hi?
experiences
pw>nB the international
H 'if, *e National Con-
'CWtttians and Jews,
FSlandI in July and Aug-
r.f r- Goldstein stressed
V* organized religion in
hr f, u1'1"""- Boodwill
fo,,a'lh ;''l inter-race
Plan ioutherm Camp
U. S. Aid on Palestloe Seen
Southeastern Zionists are out to raise S175.000 to provide a Brandeis Youth camp m the
Smokey Mountains and S93.000 for the ZOA expansion fund
These projects were adopted during convent'^^~VannoSed that pledge
Ed J. Singer of Miami Beach, who is chairman of the camp project,
totalling $79,000 were obtained during the conference. aDDroved by delegates from
A quota of 15.000 members for the region J-^9 PS Louisiana.
Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee. South Carolina, Mississippi^
2 Here Gel
Region Post
C nfidence in the American
overni en as a bulwark againrt
,he British policy jn Palestine
iced by Dr. Israel Gold-
feed

5J n>loited by
fj- differences
Pwarned, -i,ut
^ definition
is used,
'haters'
among
religion
' moans to
k T I*'? :,nd religion
ca t ""S" "Stives
, ^hated with a re-
ditkuwiu i ... u-'.uld n' sane
was selected for a second term as ment u trusteeship which
president. Mortimer May ol k d Mce 0f the
Nashville was named honorary |will ^"^^ PM. 4)
president.
Delegates Rap
British Policy
Support for the Yishuv and
n of British foreign
ignificd by delegates
..beast Zionist conven-
iiami Beach this week.
._.ions the delegates:
Reaffirmed support of the
Yishuv in its heroic struggle for
a Jewish Palestine.
Condemned British action, call-
ed for the opening of the doors
to the Holy Land for Jewish
refugees and an end to the il-
legal deportations to Cyprus.
Commended the President of
in the United States for favoring the
'l^f admission of 100,000 Jewish dis-
~. placed persons to Palestine and
calling on the American govern-
ment for its continued and vigor-
ous support.
for the Aged. Each envelope
contained a one dollar bill at-
tached to a card reading "If you
need this money, please keep it
. if you think the Old Folks
need it more than you do, wouldn't
you please add to it and send it
back to complete the Jewish
Home for the Aged.'
On Friday morning, $1,557
came in. By Tuesday noon,
1,500 people had sent back a
total of $6,117. Still to be
opened at that time were five
hundred envelopes. Additional
letters have come in daily.
The whele thing started when
an officer of the Home read the
November issue of the Reader's
Digest which suggested the pro-
ject. He presented the plan to
the building committee of the
Home and offered to take a
chance on underwriting the en-
tire project. However, four oth-
ers joined him in the financing.
The project's founder stressed
the fact that private funds were
used.
"We wouldn't have dared to
use the institution's money," he
stated.
How did people react? An
eye specialist volunteered his
services for the old people living
at the Home; a bed-ridden woman
sent in $100 for a life member-
ship by personal messenger; a
secretary who saw one of the
envelopes which had been sent to
her employer volunteered her
donation.
Several contributions were ac-
companied by poems. One read:
"When first we got your dollar
deal,
We thought the money wasn't
real.
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Personally Speaking
First anniversary of DBG
chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, will
be celebrated by members and
their dates at a supper party
in the home of the Misses Beryl
and Muriel Axlrod, 1971 S. W.
18th ct., tomorrow night.
Mrs. Morris Plant has returned
from a five and one-half months'
stay in the North during which
she visited her children in New
York and Baltimore Mrs.
Moses Krieger of Miami Beach
returned this week to Bev-
erly Hills, Calif., where she
spent most of the summer. Her
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger
Fink, is visiting her son who is
Hyman, 3000 Royal Palm ave
is spending a few days in Newij^^',,,,,.,, 714 15th st
Connee Rothenberg To
Be Bride Wednesday
Miss Connee Rothenberg,
daughter of Mr. and Ml* J. "
Miami
She is a student at the $"will become the bride of
Buddy J. Allen, talent agent, and
,on of Mr. and Mrs H Browar-
nik of Miami Beach, Wednesday
evening in the Lord Tarleton
hotel Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate A reception will follow.
The bride-to-be will be attend-
ed by MiSS Beverly Sommers.
maid of honor, and Mrs Bernard
York.
University of Michigan and a
member of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Rubin and family have
moved from their home on
Palm Island and are now liv-
ing at 4491 Prairie ave.
Visiting her sister, Mrs. Ida
Mrs. Sam Levy from Atlanta,
Ga. She is also the sister of
Mrs. George Greenberg, 2381
S. W. Seventh st.
Burton Michaels, son of Mrs.
attending UCLA after his dis- Gertrude B. Michaels, 2171 S.
charge from the service. Mrs. w. 22nd ter., returned home
Goldberg, at the Sheridan Park Baer, matron of honor. Thelbride-
apartments. Miami Beach, is groom's brother Moe Browarnik,
.. c-..._ t___ i___a!.. will serve as best man. _
Krieger's three other daughters
are in California .
After spending a few days in
Cuba, the couple will return to
Miami Hoach and reside at the
Clyde hotel.
Miss Rothenberg was honored
at a miscellaneous shower Wed-
. evening at the home of
Dr Bernard Baer, 4410 N. Jeffer-
son ave. Miami Beach. The
party was given by the Misses
|y Sommers and Marylin
Cantor.
BPW to Honor Prexy
At Dinner Meeting
Miss Frances Cooper, preside Tit
(it the Business and Professional
Women's division of Hadassah,
will be honored at a dinner meet-
inn 7:30 p.m. Monday at Pomer-
ov's restaurant, 2010 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Cooper has just returned
from the national Hadassah con-
vention in Boston. Mass., and will
give a report of the sessions at
this meeting.
Group singing will be conduct-
ed by Miss Sylvia Levine. Mem-
bers and their friends are invited
to attend. Miss Pearl Gottesman.
1602 Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
is taking reservations.
last week after a five month
visit to New York. He has re-
Mi. and Mrs. Sam Resnick of sumed studies at the Miami
New York city are visiting his Senior High school,
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.' Mjss Ri(a Zare, daughter of
and Mrs. J.HSiegel, 2143 ^W. ^ and Mrs. Harry Zaret, 1015 Irene Steir Chooses
SfT^'w^ifmJSS V^ St' rrne,d "r11"07 December for Wedding
. y' ~ nW mamea nght after visiting her fiance, *
in Chicago Oct. 26, are spend- Boyb LeWenauer. at homecom- A weddin Dec" M Bt *
ing their honeymoon at the,, eekend at'the University
El Morocco hotel. Mrs. Trotky,' .V.,
, _. _, of Wisconsin,
the former Blossom Afremow,
is the niece of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Fine and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Quadow of Miami.
Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis has re-
turned from Pittsburgh where
she visited her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
J. Rudolph, who are announc-
ing the birth of a son. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis and their other
daughter, Barbara Kowal, are
making their home at 1228
Marseille dr.. Normandy Isle.
Vacationing at the National
hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Diamond and daughter, Linda.
They are cousins of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Giller, 1220
Pennsylvania ave. Visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman,
1414 Alton rd., is their niece,
Miss Vivian Polsky, of New
York.
Mrs. Sally Gainsboro, 609
16th st., conducted a 'one-man
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman,
Southgate apartments, 1410
Euclid ave., are the parents of
a son, Arnold Milton, born Nov.
12 at Jackson Memorial hos-
pitaL The Teigmans are former
residents of Baltimore.
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon J. Risi-
koff of Brooklyn are vacation- college.
ing at the Elliot Arms apart-
ments, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Risikoff is spiritual leader of
Congregation Talmud Torah
Tree of Life and an officer of
the Jewish Ministers of Amer-
ica .. Mrs. Herman Gordon
is spending a few weeks in New
York.
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
unite Miss Irene Steir and Sid-
ney Newman, whose engagement
is announced by her parents. Mr.
and Mrs Philip Steir. 531 15th
St., Miami Beach. Mr. Newman
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Fritz, 753 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach.
The bride-to-be attended Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school
nd Charron-Williams Business
Mr. Newman served overseas
with the 102nd infantry division
and took part in many major
campaigns.
A dinner at the Shelborne ho-
tel will follow the ceremony.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate at the wedding.
Masada Chooses Two
For Convention
Harvey Sootin and Saul Genet
will represent the local Masada
at the national convention of the
Receives JNF Award
Chavera Witner received a
golden book certificate at the
Jewish National Fund evening
held by the Pioneer Women's or-
ganization, Club No. 2. Monday
evening.
Celia Ruben of Chicago made
, lh1, 'v-ninR t ^ T
man far i,. : RaWI
for h
members drive" brinainn in young men's Zionist organizationIthe Presentation. Guest speaker
ineniuerbnip anve, cringing in was David Stone, delegate to the
over fin nan. QkQre ; <> t(> >e held in Washington. DC .....,........._ .'_,.
over 80 new members in one ,
_ ,. ., ~ beginning next T hurst lav.
month for the Jewish Consump-, Tlu, tw W(.,.,. ,,,.,.,, ,;is,
Southeastern Zionist convention
Manya Shubov read Sholem
live Relief society. Mrs. Gain's-|Thursday"at a"me^tinTat which ^leichem and A. M. Dorff pre-
boro is announcing the marri- Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of sentf ,tho, Sllv,'rmiin quartet in
age of her nephew, David the American Zionist Youth com- '
(Buddy) H. Rutkin of Hollywood, mission, was a surprise visitor.
Calif., to Miss Betty Lou Frank- N,xt Masada meeting will be
lin, daughter of movie producer (ld "Thursday evening at the
Sid Franklin. The wedding. Mh _^j__________________
was held last week in Holly. I
wood and the bride was attend-
ed by Miss Jean Nagel, daugh-
ter of Conrad Nagel.
selections.
Next affair of the organization
will be "A Night in Palestine."
to be held at the Beach Y on
Nov. 30.
RABBI TO BROADCAST
Rabbi Leon Kronish will pn
a sermonette ovei
FUN FEST AT Y
Beach Y's weekly "Fun Fest"
will be an afternoon of games at
.. .. ~J T ~ sermonette over statmn WKAT 3:30 pin. today for voung people
Mr'o??5?rp Hrg^-Green" 8:15 am-Su"day. Portions of the between the ages of 6 an?14
span, Z4 N. L. /5th st., are en- morning services will be sung by
tertaining their brother-in-law Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Zinkow of Atlanta, Ga.
. Miss Rita Hyman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
years. A Thanksgiving party will
be held next Friday.
For The Best
Ilaiitl Made
Chocolates
Created By The
House o/
G1RARD
CANDIED FRUITS
By
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
(The Original)
REMEMBRANCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE PARCEL POST
FROM COAST TO COAST
10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power A. Light Co.
DAVID ROSNER
ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE
REOPENING OF HIS
VICTOR HOTEL
On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28th
Spacious ultra-modern appointments presented in an
atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a Jew-
ish clientele desuing the utmost in excellent Kosher
cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under
whose management the VICTOR HOTEL eniovs its
splendid reputation.
100 ROOMS 100 BATHS ALL FACING THE OCEAN
Victor Hotel Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open lo th. Public
Enjoy A Real Treat By Making Advance Reservations
PHONE 5-0041
Baltimoreans to Hear
ADL Director Tuesday
George J. Talianoff. Florida di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
league, will address members of
the Baltimore Club of Florida at
the Beach Y 8 p.m. Tuesday eve-
ning. His subject will be "Trends
in Community Relations."
Harry Gerson, president of the
Baltimore club, announces that
the program will include the
showing of the movie "The House
I Live In" starring Frank Sinatra.
All former residents of Balti-
more and their friends are cordi-
ally invited to attend the meet-
ing.
EDITOR TO SPEA5 FOR
TEMPLE MEN'S CLUB
"Press Relations" will be dis-
cussed by Arthur Griffiths, col-
umnist and chief editorial writer
for the Miami Herald, before the
Temple Beth Sholom Men's club
at 8:15 p.m. Monday.
Moving pictures, including a
film on fishing in Florida, will be
shown.
A report will be made by the
nominations committee.
Y MEETING DEC. 3
Annual election and member-
ship meeting of the Miami Y will
be held Dec. 3. Leon Kaplan,
president, announced this week.
Win. D. Singer, nomination com-
mittee chairman, will present a
slate for the coming year.
Watch For
B-D DAY!
man ,.
hote' Mi*mi BeadT5*J
went f the ,.<, Ano
,Th" bride-to-be I
"hools in Conner !?4
ndittte of th. ItaSS"
in N'* Vork. R(.f, -i
Miami Beach, she &ia
firm. ri
The rllpl, pian ,
fn,
reside at Miami Beach.
rabbi to Breach J
PEOPLE OF THE:.,,
"The People of the Bg#1
the topic Rabbi Colnan7i
man^will discuss in honor oil
ish Book Sabbath at Twnfc]
rael 8:15 p.m. this evenmi
Mrs. Herman Marks ail
Max Marks will sp : 1
terh.....I n i eption which vjji
low. 1! ti ses will be thel
dames Bertha Lach.Hvir.ail
Ian. R, I Engler Epstem
Harry V. Simons.
Center Members to I
First general member
meeting for the season will I
held by the Miami Beach In
ish Center congregation 7m
day evening at the Center,
cording to Samuel Friei
president. A buffet supper |
p.m. will precede the
session and program.
Dr. Murray M. Zinner
ANNOUNCES THE OPEXli
OF HIS OFFICE FOR '
PRACTICE OF
GENERAL DENTISTRY
AND
ORAL SURGERY
817 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Telephone 58-3851
Good choice ior
Thanksgiving dinner,
and every meal
throughout the year
$8-50
32-Piece Service for Six
Traditional, American
"Blue Ridge" ware, with
its hand-painted beauty
permanently protected un-
der the glaze brings
bright and cheerful color
to every meal! Platter,
vegetable bowl, and six
each: dinner plates, fruit
dishes, bread and butter
plates, cups, saucers.
%,
unf foe's
MIAMI STdltK, CHINAWARK,
FIFTH FIXM>R
M AM *" *' '"
onn 'i'i* M
*
Twins ... one be-
loved, one bewitch
... and no one could
tell them apart!
OLIVIA
DE HAVTLLAND
LEW AYRES
"Dark
Mirror
,
THOMAS
with
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PAGE THREE
5lsl Encampment
Lrt Wednesday
c CITY, N. J-Over
fcousai
^d member, of the
g Veterans and its
1 Kliary are expected
organization^ 51st
rih,. Thanksgiving weekend,
Ll enci
CENTER TO FETE GOODMANS BEFORE SAILING
I Wednesday.
F ntinn the Miami area
Kbe Goldman, comman-
ti- Flrida department;
T Klein commander of
Harry Adams, com-
Tot the Miami Beach post.
Btf the speakers at the eon-
jfS be Col. Paul Grif-
: l commander of the
K Legion; O. John Rogge,
PJ on sedition and sub-
activities in the United
who until recently was
iistant to the attorney
Ed-Juatici Meier Steinbrink,
Lifcw York Supreme court,
rial chairman of the
B'rith Anti-Defamation
FLORIDA HILLEL |
SEEKS S1QQ,00fl
Dude county's goal in a state-
wide Hillel building fund drive
will be $30,000, Florida B'nai
B'rith executives decided last
weekend in Orlando. Lodges in
the rest of the state will raise
S70.000.
Negotiations are being made in
Tallahassee to purchase lots
worth S3.500 as the site for a
Hillel foundation at Florida State
College for Women, it was an-
nounced.
At Gainesville, lots valued at
S5.000 have been purchased and
a $3,000 building will be moved
from Camp Blanding and opened
temporary Hillel headquarters
in Gainesville by next month.
Establishment of a Hillel coun-
Miami Hadassah Hears
Convention Report
Report of the national Hadas-
sah convention will be given by
Mrs. Moe Feingold when Miami
Zionist women attend a board
meeting at her home, 2323 S. W.
21st ave., at 10:30 a.m. Monday.
Mrs. Feingold was a delegate to
the convention held recently in
Boston.
Luncheon will be served after
the meeting.
LEGAL NOTICES
_ Board to Make
nor Luncheon Plans
L, ,-, < Feb. 12 donor
[hcon will be made by the
L,,,, th. Greater Miami Jew-
tives Relief society
^e home i i Mrs. L. Zissen,
S. W. 22nd ave., at 8 p.m.
hdav.
fcelunchei n, to be held at the
(, ... :ll aid the organi-
ion's fund for local hospitals.
_ Will::--- Lcvine is chairman
[the luncheon and Mrs. Lee
k airman.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Good-
man of Miami Bgaeh will be
honor guests at a farewell kid-
dush Saturday morning at Miami^
Beach Jewish Center. Mr. Goodman will be honored with Maftir.
The public is invited to attend.
A private reception will be held by the Center board from 2
till 4 p.m. at the Vanderbilt hotel.
The Goodmans will leave Sunday to attend the. World Zionist I sellorship at Florida Southern
Congress which opens Dec. 9 in Basle. Switzerland. They will em- college in Lakeland was reported.
bark for Europe from New York. Rabbi Sol Oster. spiritual leader
A member of the Center board of directors, Mr. Goodman is!of thc Lakeland Jewish commu-
national treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America. He will ni*' has Abee" "Pp'"n,led c,?un~
u j i <... t .u i r- sellor. A Methodist college,
be a delegate of the general Zionists. FlorkJa suthern now nas 100
Mrs. Goodman is president of Miami Beach Hadassah. Jewish students enrolled.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad of Miami Beach, now en route to At ,he UniTersity oi Miami,
Europe, will also attend the Congress. between 1.200 and 1.500 Jew-
ish students are registered; al
Tallahassee. 100 Jewish women
and four Jewish men, and at
Gainesville, between 200 and
300 Jewish men, the executives
were told.
Allocations of $250 each were
made for maintenance of Talla-
Town Lodge Sponsors
Opera Performance
An opera party to a perform-
ance of "La Boheme will be Wednesdav tor Samuel Konick,
sponsored by Sholem lodge.B nai. ,443 g w Thi|.d sl who passt.d
Konick Services Were
Held Wednesday
B'rith, on Jan. 14. Marx Fein-
Make
cold cuts
taste
away Tuesday. Rabbis Murray,
berg announced Grauel. und Simon Aprii offici-
Wednesday.
Funeral chapel. Burial
hassee and Florida Southern
., \i. n .nlnn Hillel from the state contingency
ated at services at the Oouion'
Five hundred
tickets have Wwdl'awn park.
been made Konick came here from New
available to the j Haven. Conn.. 12 years ago where
lodge and a nc, was a mernber and organizer
percentage of |lf Keser Is,ael Congregation. He
the sales will [eaves his wife, Mrs. Helen Ko-
go toward the j,^. (W0 daughters. Mrs. Leo
E'nai B'rith Hc,|laust.r and Mrs. Ann Pastroff;
one son. Harry, and four grand-
children.
The executives also endorsed a
resolution that the B'nai B'rith
fifth district convention be held
at Miami Beach in 1947.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DAUH COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 16986
Re: Instate of JOHN W. CHESHIRE,
deceased.
NOTICE OK INTENTION To MAKE
APPLICATION 1'oK FINAL DIS-
CHARGE
NOTICE la hereby riven that i have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge aa Executor "f the
estate of JOHN W. CHESHIRE, de-
l-eased; and that on the Ititli daj of
December, 1946, will apply t" the
Honorable W. !". Blant..... County
Judge of Dade County, for approval
If said final report and for final dis-
charge as executor of the estate of
John w. Cheshire.
This 10th day "f November. 1946.
HUNDLEY II. CHESHIRE,
As ESxecutor of the estate
of ,lr,>,.. \v. Cheshire.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Kxeeutor.
.I/22-L'li 12/6-18-20
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 13658
Re: Estate of ELMER J. I3LENIS,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL D1S-
CHARGE.
NOTICE la hereby given that l have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator .>f
the estate of ELMER J. BLENIS, de-
eased; and that on the Kith dajr ot
December, 1946, win apply i" the
Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
JudRe of Hade Oounty, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Elmer J. Blenls, de-
ceased.
This 2"th day of November. 1916.
WILLIAM 0EERY
11/22-29 12/6-13-20
Miss Perelman Honored
with
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hospital service
program.
FEINBERG The o p e r a ,
which will be
staged by the Miami Opera Guild,
will feature Metropolitan stars' RJlsg Nina Perelman will be
Frederick Jagel as Rudolfo and honored at a shower Saturday at
Marita Farell as Mimi. A full the home of Miss Marg E. Solo-
symphony orchestra and chorus man, 2445 Pine Tree dr. Miss
will perform under the direction iVrelman's engagement to Don-
of Dr Arturo di Filippi. aid Taylor of Miami Beach was
Feinberg the lodge's chairman! announced in Atlantic City last
Guild for the past three seasons,_______,----------------------------
he sang a small part in "Faust" building fm. $m $4 20 and
last year. g0
No advance in prices will be. bc he]d a, ,ho
made for the Jan. 14 perform-1 e <* h hooj audi.
ance. Tickets may be purchased Miami 8>
at Feinberg's office in thc Con-^mmv
Y Campers to See
Themselves In Movies
Miami Y campers will see mov-
ies "I themselves when they hold
a reunion at 3:30 p.m. today at
the Y.
Cartoons will also be shown
and refreshments will be served.
All 1946" campers are invited.
Watch For
B-D DAY!

PHONE 3-4627
DIAMOND |
CAB
Opera Guild of Miami
presents
"LA BOHEME," by Puccini
January 1lth.l3th-14th.16th
"BARBER OF SEVILLE," by
Rossini
With All Metropolitan Stars
March 1st-3rd and 4th
Tickets on Sale at
j Co.dellia's, Amidon s. Burdine's.
Miami Beach Radio Shop, and
Opera Guild Office, 625 S. W.
29th Rd. Phone 3-5967.
MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUMW. Flagler St.
NEW CARS!
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the Best Food Money Can Buy
Air Conditioned !
Our Policy: To Serve
Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.m. Beach
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THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
EMANUEL GORDON
thpir sincere thanks and appreci-
Wish to express thensin ^ ^ so yery
ation to the many many tren ^ q{
kind and thoughtful to them
bereavement.
MRS. ADELIA GORDON
HARRY GORDON
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IKK GORDON
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Editorial
A KOSHER KITCHEN
While repeated requests are being made for a definite
commitment on whether the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital will
have a kosher kitchen, trustees of the hospital are remaining
officially silent.
Although the hospital will be a non-sectarian institution,
rabbis of the area and many others interested in the hospital
feel that kashrus rules should be observed since they form a
fundamental precept of the laws of Judaism from which ema-
nates, among other principles, our understanding of doing for
others.
The Greater Miami Rabbinical association and the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashrus both have gone on record as favoring
a kosher kitchen for the hospital.
However, no official action has been taken by the hospital
trustees.
On Sept. 9, the Vaad unanimously passed a resolution to
request the hospital to observe the dietary laws 'in its experi-
mental as well as in its permanent stage." Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky sent a letter to this effect to Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
president of the hospital trustees. No answer was ever received
by the rabbi.
Rabbi Rackovsky had previously conferred with Meyer on
the matter. Meyer indicated that there could be no kosher
kitchen in the Alton Road hospital because that will be only a
temporary institution, but that there miqht be one in the Mt.
Sinai hospital. (The Mt. Sinai trustees will open the Alton Road
hospital in January and operate it until the new hospital is built.)
On Sept. 3, the Rabbinical association unanimously passed
a resolution urging the officers of the hospital to include a kosher
kitchen in Mt. Sinai.
Included in the resolution was this statement: "It is felt
that this will help in the recovery of patients for whom non-
kosher food is a mental struggle."
I). S. TO DEPORT
MINT REFUGEES
(Continued (rom Page 1)
Asked about the destination of
the "stateless" refugees, Culp
s.ud that in the eyes of the de-
partment there is no such thing
as a "staii less pei son," that they
are deported t<> their country of
birth or to the country in which
i > last residt (I. If neithi r coun-
try will admit them, they can-
not he deported, he explained.
Russia, lie said, and all the Rus-
ian-dominated and controlled
countries in Central and Eastern
Europe including Poland, Eston-
Lithuania and Latviawill not
admit refugees. N'<> aliens have
\n-vn deported to Poland since be-
fore the war. he added.
Legislation which is in the pro-
cess "f being drafted by various
interested groups, for presenta-
tion at tin' next session of Con-
-. runs the gamut from a
proposed study of the entire im-
migration process, to a chance in
laws enabling
use of unused quotas, such as the
British and German, for example,
for displaced persons. Another
sal will be for a fixed bloc
i visas outside the regular quota,
to lie applied over an emergency
period.
The divergence in the Depart-
ment of Justice attitude and
Program Announced
For Beach Y Concert
Program for the fust concert I
in the Beach Y's Community I
Concert Series was announced
this week. The Footlight Favor-|
itesAdelaide Abbot, sopran
Lucielle Browning, contralto; Ed-
ward Kane, tenor, and John
Brownlee, baritonewill be pre-
sented Monday evening, Dec. 2.
Their selections will include:
QuartetMedlay from the
"Merry Widow" ............Lohai
Footllgbl Favorite*
I'lin from "Rosalinda" Johann Btrauat
Adelaide Abbot. Edward Kam
.I"Iim llrou'iiles
rin Blue Danube \\';iiiz
.1,1, ,,J,"ll"lll StIHII.-s
Aili-lauli- Ahliot
Quartet from "La vi.- Parlslenne'
Motllfht Fvorlte.f"nbach
Quartet from "Metric England"
,, u .. Edward Oorman
Footlight Favorites
Softly a in a Horning Sunrise
fniiii "New Moon'1.......Rombers
Edward Kane
I.ii,.IWanting Tou from
"New Moon"..............Romberg
Ltuclelle Drowning, Edward Kane
Madrigal und Quartet from "The
Mikado".........nilbart A Sullivan
K'M.uigiit Favorltei
.in.ii tetMedli \ from "Deaert
*>"" ....................Romberg
Footlight Favorites
rin- World 1" Mine.. George Posford
Lucielle Browning
Duel Only A Rosa from "Tho
Vagabond King"............ i .
.Iiilm Brownies
3uarti Me lley from "One
Touch "f Venus" ..... Kurt Welll
night Favo-it-e
QuartetMedley from "Oklahsma
Richard K
I'imiIIIkIiI Favorites
FRIDAY
NpVEMj,
as "more talk'.1^8"
**led ?hfi| B
and
Miami Hillel Members
Plan Trip to Havana
Pri ,Knt Truman's expressed A four-day vacation in Ha-
policy on admission of displaced v;ma is what University of Mi-
lls, is evident. If the refu- ami Hillel members are planning
gees who have received deporta- for their December vacation. In-I
ced to leave vited by the University of Ha-
' vana Hillel foundation, U. of M
Arabs. Go!4
ThcRt. Rev M 7-
gan, Sunder of Bo tJ
' Miami Beach 7i-!.
f ^ nai
P,eas*- Father n.
' right ofZfl
'" to Palest
!, :. conventionlfcS
,:' I "-^ ing Palestine into "a
paradise from a desert"
the country, many of
become displaced persons, and re-
tained to the DP centers in Ger-
many and Austria which the
President has tried to depopulate.
Meyer answered the rabbis on Sept. 18 with a letter declar-
ing that not enough hospital trustees had returned from vaca-
tions to take the matter up. He promised that the question of
kashrus would be considered when the full board was available.
(Yesterday, it was indicated that official action may be taken
within, the next ten days.)
Money Talks for Home
In Direct Mail Appeal
(Continued from Page 1)
We thank you for a trust in us
And know the campaign won't
be a bust."
Some called it "nerve appeal."
"unprofi ssional," "u n ethi cal,"
"insulting," "highway robbery,"
ind labelled the Home's backers
as un "unworthy sponsorship"
which should be immediately
cized the Ji
voring the plan.
Bui he made an i
for tolerance of the task]
viewpoint.
"We are not chlusjgs, |
authority of the Jewish)
members. Their love |
Jewish people and coi
to the Zionist ideal is __
great as ours." he staledTi
ing that the Agency |
to favor partition to on
an impasse in the i
estine situation.
American Zionists oppi
tition en the grounds
movement has the right tol
away it., claims and thanJ
strategy to put the i
quest n record at the:
negotiati ins, he stated.
Three fronts remain in I
ish battle fur survival. Dr.(
A program of supervised ath- stein emphasized: Yisl n I
students will go to Cuba by boat
Dec. 22.
Arranged for their visit is a
reception at the palace, a tour of
the University and the city and
a dance at the Hillel house. Rab-
bi Albert Michels, director of the
Miami Hillel, is making arrange-
ments for the trip.
Photography, Athletics
On Miami Y Agenda
The Rabbinical association later appointed Rabbis Jacob H.
Kaplan, Moses Mescheloff and Murray Grauer to appear before I ousted.
the hospital trustees with a repetition of their request The' There were heated opinions on
committee has no. been granted an audience by the trustees. about1he%tJn?. "" """ PM8iVe
Hospital officials say that at the moment they are necessarily The originator of the project
concerned with raising funds and finding a site for the hospital
as well as conferring with architects and taking care of other
preliminary details.
Despite the lack of an official polling, there seems to be
every indication that the trustees are in favor of providing1
kosher food for patients of Mt. Sinai who desire it. Possibility
for a kosher kitchen at Alton Road hospital seems dubious
because of that institution's temporary status.
The Jewish Floridian supports the view that dietary laws
should be observed at Mt. Sinai hospital, if only for those
patients who request it. There should be a similar provision
for Alton Road hospital.
The men who undertake to build a Jewish hospital, even if
it is to be operated on a non-sectarian basis, should be pre-
pared to accept the responsibility of observing traditional dietary
restrictions. There are sufficient responsible people who are!
willing to come forward and assume the task of instituting al
kosher kitchen, as there have been others who have assumed
the burdens of other hospital functions.
estimates that a large sum will
be netted when all the return*
are tallied. He thinks the
Home will gain at least 2,000
members from this project.
"We didn't mean to insult or
en barrass anyone," he said. "We
wanted to get the good will of the
public ami to acquaint the peo-
ple with the purpose of the Home.
We don't hold anything against
tl e pi "pie who didn't return the
dollars," I e added.
Th< stunt was a preliminary to
! e H me'i $75,000 drive winch
Dec. h. Dedication of the
new addition to the Home
scheduled for Dee 29,
i
* Jewlsti ihrkHom
FLORIDA'S ONLY ANGLO-JEWISH
WEEKLY
letics and a course in photographs
\ere announced this week by
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Miami Y.
Manuel Lubel is in charge of
the afternoon and evening ath-
letic program. He is arranging
intramural basketball and volly-
ball leagues.
Herb Geltner is instructor of
the photography course which
meets at 4 p.m. Wednesdays.
Red Cross Announces
Home Nursing Course
Miss Beatrice Leland, director
of nursing activities of Dadc
county chapter, American Red
Cross, is organizing classes for
instruction in Red Cross home
nursing. "The Care of the Sick
in the Home" includes six lessons
of two hours each.
Especially designed to teach
lay people what to do when sick-
ness occurs in the home. Red
Cross Home Nursing aims to de- I listing
and American assistance.
Lay; ..: Jewish resist!
P tine, he declared
"Hagana will protect the i
eve.y Jew to enter Palestmel
to kei p his weapons."
He tei :.:ed the
immigration" in Palestine!
The Jews in Palestine I
have the inferiority
Jews in America hare. I
I. M. Weinstein of Atlanta, t
described his trip to M
at the Zionist convention I
quet Monday evening.
The urge for exhibitimi
that we have here is W|
Palestine, he said.
velop and improve skill in the government i
ing "the highest legality
morality. It is our indict
against the injustice of the I
datory power." ,
Amei ican Jewry's finafiuj
sustain e .a bringing Jew*'
estine and political help mj
.., aid of the Amens
is the third front,I
Published every Friday since 1927
by The Jewish Floridian at 21 S. W.
second Avenue. Miami 18, Florida.
,!*d "iond.cl.iit matter
4, 1930. at the Post Office of
Fla.. under the Act of
The
July
Miami.
March 3. 1879.
Jewish Floridian has abiorbed
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Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele.
new hOSDlta 2'''hic Agency. Seven Arts Future
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Ration whi endorses and "^^^d\J7^Xt^^
There is little doubt that the hospital trustees will ultimately
signify their approval of a kosher kitchen for the new hospital.
They could not consistently decide otherwise. The hospital is N.tfo'n.i'fedftoH,
tr\n rlncolir ;nl^,l.,nn,l ...;.U r_ J___:_ i !?.'ln Association
finances the maintenance of kashrus in the community.
A precedent for kashrus should be established at the Alton
Road hospital and carried through in Mt. Sinai hospital.
An immediate clarification on kashrus is due the Greater
Miami Jewish public if the trustees wish to deserve the confi-
dence of that public. The policy of the hospital's sponsors, in
regard to kashrus and other important matters that will affect
the reputation of the institution should be revealed now. It is
not too premature to lay the groundwork for good public
relations.
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_tnday. November 22, 1946
CHESHVAN 28. 5707
care of the sick in the home.
These courses are a public service
of the American Red Cross and
are available to community
groups through the resources of
the Dade county chapter without
cost
Groups interested in forming
classes or individuals desiring to
join a group may call Miss Le-
land at Red Cross headquarters
Registration is now being taken
for a class to be held at the Mi-
ami Beach YM & WIIA Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons be-
tween 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. Those
desiring to enroll with this group
may telephone the Y. The class
will open Tuesday, Dec. 3rd. with
Miss Angelina Rourke, R.N., as
instructor.
said. i
Britain shall have neitW
peace nor h..nor tilUJJ
done I- the people of raw
he asserted. M
More than 800 people
the dinner which was
i n ,i hotel.
LEYDEN TO SPEAK
Charles
:'-l
Leyden, red'
Miami Dail) *'
League Starts Sunday
The Miami Beach Y Basketball
league will begin its series Sun-
day at the Beach Y.
Alabt
editor nl tlu -
will address Sholem M*
B'rith.at 12:15 P"*J*
Downtown club. SeyboWJJ
Leyden ha. v^%\
15 years and prior toCfl0
Miami was a judge ffl
for five years.
To FomrSc^utTrooP
Beach Y. for s*to w*
ages of 10 and


AY NOVEMBER 22, 1946
J^MPLE TO GIVE
Iestine report
TL.hand report on Ufa in
\S 3 a lcctJlire n JCWn
if; in the middle ages will
1 ht the second week of the
?'fdulf Pgram of Jewish
nation and culture sponsored
fii Miami organizations.
|, Elsa Temple, recently ar-
f from the Holy Land, will
fc a talk on her experiences
L -,( a session to be held at
C Monday at the Miami Y.
p,st Biblical Spiritual and
Lai Development" will be
7Sfc ,,f the lccture at thc
tool for Jewish Women, Penin-
f Institute. 223 E. Flagler St,
I) a m Tuesday. A discussion
TL -Golden Age in Spain"
I be included. A. P. Gannes
[ be the speaker.
jle Special Service
Jiabbos Meborchim will be ob-
L at Beth Tfilah at services
conducted by Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky 8:30 a.m. and 4:30
. Saturday.
tnging of Zmiros in the old
Lsklic style is a feature of the
Kay afternoon Shalos Sudos.
Mowing the 7 a.m. services
K- a class in Mishna is held.
been Mincha and Maariv, He-
laws and customs are dis-
til
tipport the Red Feather agen-
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Rabbi Mescholoff Opens
10th Season of Service
Rabbi M wjl,
Inaugurate th. t. nl nual e
nos of [at, I
at 8:30 p.m. I I5,.tl
Jacob syn.
on "The Thankful I.
This will mark I e t( nth
of the ral piritual
leader of i
tion.
Cantor Louis D. F< di r will lead
the communal
Ronald, son i : M ;.]
William Tomber,
^J^l^n PAGE FIVE
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Open to Members of
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Mitzva at Saturday m
services at 8:30 a I
cheloff will addi the boy on
the subject "A Father's B
ing."
Intermediati will be
at 9 a.m. and junii
at 10 a.m. S A kiddush
of refresh]
after oth i Mrs. Irwin
Makovsky .
mittee.
Mincha, at 5 p.m. v..
lowed by S. ... at which
Rabbi Mescheloff will .-peak or.
the portion of tl e w< ek.
Beach Vets Hold Party
A card party will be held by
the Beach Vetei
organization, 8:30 p m, Sun I
the New Yorl Al Bud-
ner announces.
Local Jewry to Convene
For Holiday Service
Grater Miami Jewry will meet
;l a.rn. rhursday in the Miami
'7: Congregation to
hold a united Thanksgiving ser-
vice under the direction of the
'' Miami Rabbinical associ-
I speaker will be Dr.
H Kaplan, chairman of the
association.
obi Murray Grauer will make
the address of welcome. The In-
vocation will be read by Rabbi
Shapiro. Rabbis Moses
M( Cheloff and David Haab will
Present scriptural readings and
us Colman A. Zwitman, Leon
1 '' and Max Kaufman will
direct responsive readings.
' ;"' Maurice Mamches will
sing liturgical selections and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will eon-
elude the program with the
benediction.
The public is invited.
D Phi E To Honor "
Initiates At Formal
New initiates of Omega chapter.
i Phi Epsilon, will be hon-
1 i at a formal dinner dance
Saturday evening, Nov. 30. at the
Belmar hotel, according to .Miss
Carol Tannen, president of the
University of Miami sorority.
They are the Misses Jeanne
Fleischman, Barbara Bronstein,
Charlotte Kotkin, Roslyn Rabin.
Rita Weiss, Rita Margole, Sonia
Bicker and Irene Jacobs.
Over 500 people attended thc
II house held by the sorority
Saturday evening at thc Lear
school.
Education Is the Topic
At Beth David Service
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak
on "Education Will Lead the
Way" at services, 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Beth David.
In honor of National Jewish
Book Month, the rabbi will dis-
cuss the subject, "Some of My
Best Friends Are .!" at 8:15
p.m. tonight. Flowers were do-
nated by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aug-
ust in honor of their wedding an-
niversary.
An Oneg Shabbat, honoring the
Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer, of Jack-
sonville, on their 50th wedding
anniversary will be held by their
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Rose.
An adult group will meet with
Rabbi Shapiro at 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day to discuss Jewish observ-
ances.
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B-D DAY!
Kapell to Play Sunday
William Kapell, young concert
pianist, will be heard over the
CBS network (WQAM) at 3 p.m.
Sunday as soloist with the New
York Philharmonic Sypmhony
orchestra.
Nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son of Miami Beach, Kapell will
play the "Piano Concerto" by
Aran Katchaturian, young Soviet-
Armenian composer.
Kapell will be guest soloist with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony orchestra Jan. 19 and 20.
He will feature the Tchaikowsky
"Piano Concerto in D Minor."
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Card Party Slated
By Kadimah Women
K a d i m a h chapter, Pioneer
Women's organization, will spon-
sor a mah jongg and card party
Sunday evening in the ballroom
of the Edward hotel, Miami
Beach. Proceeds will go tt> the
Moatzath Hapoaloth of Palestine
for training and vocational guid-
ance of immigrant women who
require readjustment for their
new life in Palestine.
Tickets may lie obtained at the
door. Mrs. William N. Berson
and Mrs. Stevan Simon are co-
chairmen.
Mrs. Albert H. Berson. presi-
dent, announces that 25 new
members joined the English-
speaking and younger branch of
the PWO at their membership
soiree held in Beth David audi-
torium last Thursday evening to
celebrate the 2lst anniversary of
the founding of the national or-
ganization.
The local chapter, organized
two years ago by seven women,
today has a membership of al-
most 100.
KADIMAH WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS
Officers of the Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion, welcomed new members at a soiree held last Thursday.
(Left to right) Mrs Fred Sandier, membership chairman; Mrs.
Allan Chaikin and Mrs. Jerome Sern, new members; and Mrs.
Harry Faber. honorary president.
Harry Sirkin Heads
Greater Miami Vaad
Harry Sirkin was unanimously
reelected president of the Great) r
Miami Vaad Hakashrus at a re-
cent meeting.
Oilier officers are A M Bear
and I. Langner. vice presidents:
S. Lobel, treasurer; H. Sootin,
secretary.
Supervision of other institu-
tions as well as butcher shops and
markets is planned by the Vaad.
Rabbi Rackovsky said.
Represented at the meeting
were Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, Beth David, Miami
Bi ach Jewish Center, Temple
Beth Sholom and Beth Tfilah.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
executive director of the Vaad.
gave his annual report.
Rabbi Lehrman Chooses
Book Month Service
Dust Off Your Bookshelves"
in honor of National Jewish Book
Month is the topic chosen by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman for services
at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
bi Lehrman will preach on
the weekly portion of the law
at the Saturday morning ser-
vices at 9 a.m. Junior congrega-
tion will meet at 10 a m.
Harold Shapiro, chairman of
the Southeastern Zionist regional
convention, will be guest speaker
at the AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva
breakfast. 9 a.m. Sunday Boys
and girls over 13 are invited.
The Young Peoples league will
mi e1 at 8:30 p.m. Monday.
Denver Board to Hear
I
Report On Journal
Final report on its souvenir
journal will be made at a board
meeting of the Greater Miami
chapter, National Home for Jew-
ish Children at Denver. 11 a.m.
Tuesday at the home of
Benjamin Bloom, 40 S. W.
rd.
Funds received
ject will be used
cany-all station
(based by the local chapter for
the Denver home.
Plans for a victory luncheon
to be held in January will also
be discussed at the meeting.
Luncheon will be served to the
board members by the Mesdames
Gisella Newlander. Charles
Burns. Joseph Rawlson. Alice
Sul-e: man and Benjamin Hertz.
Mrs.
30th
from the pro-
to pay for the
wagon pur-
Community Chest Gets
15% In First Week
The Community Chest cam-
paign, off to a slow start, reached
rnly 15 per cent of its quota of
$''85,000 during the first week,
but the pledges received repre-
sented a large increase over the
previous year, according to Gen-
eral Chairman Jack Corbin.
A card for card analysis show-
ed gains up to 34 per cent in di-
vision standings on the basis of
last year's giving, Corbin said.
This shows that the success of
the campaign is a question of
maintaining the pace, he stated.
If remaining pledges continue to
show the same increases, the goal
will be reached.
The Women's division, with 30
per cent of their quota in hand,
led all other soliciting groups.
with Miami Beach contributing a
large share of the total. Mrs
Monte Selig, major for the Beach
islands, led the division with 68
per cent of her quota raised.
The section headed by Mrs. I.
Teitch and Mrs. Josef N. Rosen
KCCUred 35 new contributions in
one area assigned to Mrs. J. Ros-
enberg. Mrs. Emma Friend, an-
other captain in the section,
passed her quota, soliciting all the
prospects herself.
novemb
Belarsky
ER 2a,
MRS. SIMONS NAMED
Mrs. Harry V. Simons, vice
president of Temple Israel Sis-
terhood, was elected to the board
of directors of the southwestern
region. National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, at the tri-
state convention held in Pensa-
cola.
W *h Hebrew Me, I
, TheGreaterMiamiJT*f
tUral ^miUoetM
answer for the fniv I
, Sld,,,' Bt'lar%. ou,,
basso, proved th c 7
nm* ***&
h"1 ** the en^
r*Puve audi***, (
Belarsky was best L
0U8y interpreting^?* j
"an WmSHJI
N'Bhf and Prokotfi 1
Country Is GrowinTftl
mentot the Hebraic JJ
selections received u-
ovation. Contrast beJ
plaintive, minor key ei
of the traditional folk
: in the more modem Jo
lections, such as "The r
S program.
'1 is gratifying that i
of Belarsky's calibre reJ
loyal to the artofhispal
uses his talent to expnjl
own Jewish music as well A
music f other peoples Too]
talented Jews are quick toe
! into the anonymity of i
musicREG
MJOC NAMES TWO
David Singer and W.lliaaJ
were named Gaboim i
ami Jewish Orthodox I
i tion Chevra Kedisha
day.
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Reb. Kelemer Returns
Reb. Bcrelc Kelemer has re-
turned from Detroit where he
officiated at services during the
High Holidays and Sueeos.
Reb. Kelemer is shochet of the r
poultry department at the West-
chest, r market, 2:J7 Collins ave.,
where he is again serving the
public under the supervision of
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
rus. according to Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky, director of the i
Vaad
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lurraytoStor
,a Lazarus Dance
. ..kin of boogie-
^TapP** at the
^OomlwiU head the
fe 5S at the Presi-
itel.
room nead-
i'nai B
Wison ho
i'SSTSl enters.
**A his rumba band and
1(1 from the Valdez
The rumba con-
DINNER GUESTS AID BETH DAVID
aldcz
''^'valuable prizes, is
Irith
5 may be purchased at
Z Clinton, Miami Beach,
. lhl. Rosedale restaurant,
w fifth St.. Miami.
kedtostartat9p.nt.ttie
Bi be held in the Palm
I the hotel.
[jollied. Rename
(for War II Hero
..on of officers and renam-
Ithc Freda Markowitz post,
n/ar Veterans, will take
,i 8 p.m. Monday at 1545
hird st. ...ending to Dr.
Klein, commander.
hce on transferring govern-
fcsurance will be given by
sentative of the Veterans'
ration from the regional
I in Atlanta.
Uort on the post's part in
flu M'ami Y's $200,000
ng fund campaign will be
is to be named after
t.j War II serviceman who
|ih action. Klein said this
Beth David's initial gifts division held its third dinner for the $525,000 building fund campaign at
the Alcazar hotel last Thursday night under the sponsorship of Jacob Sher, chairman of the division.
Sixty guests attended and heard Stanley C. Myers, Louis Heiman, Ben Essen and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro analyze the importance of the catnpaign.
Hebrew Group Plans
Thanksgiving Party
Miami Hebrew School and Ju-
nior Congregation will hold a
Thanksgiving party at 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Biscayne Temple,
Hadassah Honors Wives MRS. SELIG AIDS DRIVE
Of Professional Men
Wives of professional men will
be honored Tuesday afternoon at
a tea in the home of Mrs Sam
Blank, 600 E. DeLido dr.. Mrs.
120 N. W. 15th ave., with Rabbi! Joseph B. Pomeranco, Miami
| Weinstein Plans
evelt Tribute
[tribute to the memory of
ll:n Delano Roosevelt will
iented by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
|at 1:30 pin. today at the
IBeach Jewish Center when
IBiews three books about
I president for the Miami
. Women's division of the
ican Jewish Congress.
t books are "As He Saw It,"
tiot Roosevelt; "The Roose-
Knew," by Frances Per-
| and "Dinner At the White
by Louis Adamic.
k Leonard Kimball is chair-
' the Friday Review series
i will present its second re-
today.
Eeaeh Hadassah membership
chairman, announces.
The next of the scries of teas
will be held Dec. 3. at the home
Simon April as guest speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff, as-
sisted by Robert Townsend, will
be in charge of entertainment
which will include mah jongg'
and card games. Leonard Feld-1 f Mrs. Louis Heiman, 423 E.
man will act as master of cere-jRivo Alto dr., when wives of
monies. j members of the Zionist Oigani-
Mack Apfelbaum is chairman lotion of America and mothers of
of the event, assisted by Mrs E j unior Hadassah and Business and
A Moss. Members of the plan-; proft.ssiona, Womcn-s division
rung committee are the Mesdames ^ wi aU(,nd
Morris Rappaport. Morris Ofso-
Mrs. Monte Selig has accept-^
ed the chairmanship of the
women's section, special gifts
division of the $2,500,000 cam-
paign for the Mt. Sinai hospital.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chair-
man of the drive, announced
this week.
Mrs. Selig will serve with
Max Orovilz, chairman of the
special gifts division.
Forum On Community
Slated for Reception
Representatives of four local
women's organizations will par-
ticipate in a program on "Com-
munity Unity" at the Thanks-
giving reception to be held by the
Miami Beach Women's division
of the American Jewish Congress,
1:30 p.m. Monday at the Atlantis
Roof Garden, 2655 Collins ave.
Forum speakers will be Mrs.
Louis Glasser, president of AJC;
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, repre-
senting Miami Beach Hadassah;
Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, president
of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Women, and Mrs. Nat L. Williams,
president of the Miami section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
will be moderator.
Jan Bart, baritone star of the
Clover club show, will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Harry Goldstein,
music chairman.
Members and guests are in-
vited.
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SAME FINE FOODSOur 14th YearSAME MANAGEMENT
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|emple Israel Sisterhood will
with Mrs Harold Spaet,
man, at her home 5435 La
dr., 2 p.m. this afternoon.
for the month's activities
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Temple Israel to Hold
Father and Son Night
Wednesday will be Father and
Son Night at Temple Israel.
Slogan of the Men's club cele-
bration is 'bring your own son
or borrow oneor bring a friend."
The program will feature Jack
Rice and son, magicians: Mickey
Mouse shorts and other cartoons,
and community singing. A buf-
fet supper will be served at 6:30
p.m.
Henry Hirsch is chairman. The
planning committee includes Je-
rome Cohen. Harry Diamond,
Henry Wolff, and Sol C. Finn.
There will be no admission
charge.
TWO NOMINATED
Walter C. Kovner and George
J. Bertman were nominated for
presidency of lhe B'nai B'rilh,
Miami Beach lodge 1591, at a
meeting Tuesday night in the
National hotel auditorium.
I SPONSOR BREAKFAST
IN HONOR OF SON
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marks.
J504 Ponce de Leon blvd., will
sponsor the weekly breakfast at
Beth David auditorium at H:30
a.m. this Sunday in honor of the
I Bar MitZVa of their son. Law-
rence.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Morris Krasney. Nat Greenberg,
Samuel Shouger and Lawrence
Isimkin. chairman. Persons wish-
| mg to sponsor a breakfast m
honor of a special occasion may
contact Mrs Smikin at 13 Mon-
[tilla ave. Coral Gables.
The breakfasts are a weekly
feature sponsored by the Parent-
Teacher association for boys and
I girls over 13 years.
Watch For
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Report On Convention
Mrs Joseph Brenner and Miss
Gertrude Gurland will report on
the national Mizrachi convention
at a meeting of the Miami B< ach
Mizrachi m n's and women's divi-
sions 8 p.m. Saturday in Beth
Jacob synagi gue.
The two women were delegates
to the convention held at Atlan-
tic Cits Mrs Brenm r is honor-
ary president of the local i
ization.
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Mark City Birthday
At Special Assembly
Commemorating the 50th an-
niversary of the City <>f Miami.
Rabbi Murray Orauer will hold
a special assembly of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
religious schools at 11 a.m. this
Sunday. He will speak on "The
Development of Our City."
Preceding the assembly, a Bar
i breakfast will be con-
ducted at 830 a.m. by the Rev.
,. Mamches. The program
will consist of prayer and train-
ing in the use of Phylacteries.
Arthur Pepper will discuss the
portion of the week and Alan
Altschuler will report on the
southeast Zionist convention.
H stesses will be Mr. Fred Ochs
and Mrs. Leo Rottenberg.
Sidney lleifetz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morns Heifetz, will become
Bai Mitzva during services at 9
a.m. Saturday in the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation. Rab-
in Murray Grauer will address
the young man.
Joseph Malek will conduct the
junior congregation at 9:30 a.m.
at the Talmud Torah. Fred Ochs
will be guest speaker. Hostesses
for the junior services are Mrs.
Emanuel Karger and Mrs. Fred
Ochs.
MISS FRANKEL
MARKET TO SPONSOR
JEWISH RADIO SHOW
A new series of Jewish radio
programs will be inaugurated
11:45 a.m. Sunday over Station
WKAT.
Sp insored by Matter's Kosher
Market of Miami Beach, the 15-
minute show will open with an
all-Jewish musical program. Fu-
ture programs will consist of
talks by local rabbis, skits and
news of interest to local Jewry.
Three to Represent
Local Junior Hadassah
Three delegate* will represent
the Greater Miami unit of Junior
Hadassah. at the 23rd annual
convention of the young women's
Zionist organi-
zation Nov. 27
to 30 in Atlan-
tic City, N. J.
The local
delegates are
Miss Natalie
S. Frankel,
president; Miss
Hilda Schwartz,
secretary, and
Miss Lucille
Yagoda, treas-
urer. Miss
Frankel is vice-
president of the Southeastern
region and a member of the na-
tional board.
The convention will pay spe-
cial attention to projects in Pales-
tun- which Junior Hadassah sup-
portsthe Children's Village
(Meier Shfeyah), the Henrietta
Szold school of nursing, the
Youth Aliyah (immigration)
movement for the rehabilitation
of refugee youth and the Jewish
National fund for the redemption
of land in Palestine.
Local membership drive of Ju-
nior Hadassah will climax with
a Cinderella ball on December 28
at the Wofford hotel. The girl
sponsoring the most new mem-
bers will be named "Miss Mem-
bership."
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sel's boyhood m 73,StM
Talmudic schoo ^ A
studied with the P0i"h8,M
"' and doming a ^uSr
interpretations of Jewls rjM
ious and traditional life >?
the vestries of N.
ous schools, lodges, gSs^
h-.mes throughout America. I
Schlussel's work came to J
attention of Max M Pc,h."*
.Ine.tnrofthoNewYorkHaN
Art. about three years a60 J?
the; artist, unable to secure rWj
nition. was working as a tZ
"e offered Pochapin fifty ej
to hang one of his paintings J
the hope that a visitor to &
gallery would purchase it nj
Hall of Art director refJ
Schlussel's J50.00, and hung 4,1
painting. Within an hour it WJ
sold for treble that sum. aJ
Schlussel received his first ret- J
Ognition in America.
Since that time, the Talmudic
artist has received wide recog.
nition; his paintings have teal
reproduced for mass sale. flJ
four canvases Pochapin will q.
hibit at the broadcast, however,
are original oil paintings, aid
their exhibition here will mark I
the first time Schlussel's ork|
has been shown in the South.
MIAMI AJC TO SEE
BROTHERHOOD SKIT
A skit entitled "Brotherhood aj
Action" will be presented at thn
regular meeting of the Mian]
Women's division. American Jew-j
ish Congress. 1:30 p.m. Wednes-]
day at Beth David auditorium.
The program was arranged by]
Mrs. Max Shapiro. Participant!
will be Mrs. Albert Ladd. Ml
Frank Kline, Mrs. Jack Schieff,
Mrs. Ada Sher and Mrs. Shapiro.
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, s MEN SELECT
JOSENTHAL
I u F Koscnthal was
K president of the Probus
HP ?! and professional
P*,.*. 5
L with him were Harry
fand George Adler, v.ce
Lr Morris Klass, secre-
? nh M Lipton, treas-
rP5. Singer'and Henry
C;marshalls;Alv.nCas-
^nnard Wien. Jerome E.
S, Hvman Kaplan and
, Shay'ne, board of gover-
used of approximately 50
fin who are boat enthus-
V7 organization has been
ning veterans and con-
fat servicemen on weekend
fcec vears the club owned
T on 'the tidal flats south
Florida. When the Sep-
J ]945 hurricane destroyed
Idings and docks, the or-
Tn rebuilt its clubhouse
170-foot barges located
, eighth of a mile east of
-ner site and about 12
luth southeast of Miami.
WITH WOMEN
TAL1ANOFF
. J. Talianoff. Florida di-
the Anti-Defamation
Twill address the Miami
lhapter of B'nai B'rith
(when they hold a regu-
Jingat 1:30 p.m. Wednes-
Femple B<-ih Sholom. A
kicture will be shown.
|arold Turk, membership
b of the chapter, is work-
l her committee on plans
tmbership tea Dec. 4 at
Hord hotel. Mrs. Alex-
pardson. program chair-
present Mrs. Lillian
jcalist. and an original
embers of the chapter.
.1
i Club to Choose
Girl Sunday
Sweater Girl" will be
day evening at the
iDance to be sponsored
panon club at the Miami
(ding to Sam Kratish,
The girl wearing the
water will be awarded
I Sherwood LeVigne and
ptra will provide music
: for the club's annual
Pall, to be held Dec. 15
Policemen's Benevolent
hall, are on sale at
I Y and at accommoda-
1 Saks Fifth Ave., Miami
f ty Clubs Plan
kith Program
Protestant and Catholic
' the University of Mi-
"rticipate in a Thanks-
Krfaith program 7:30
fsday ;,t the Hillel
' Ponce de Leon blvd.,
to Danny Kaplan,
[>f Hillel.
Ptives of Hillel foun-
fCA, Canterbury club,
Tub, Young Peoples
"Pmmster club and the
FWent union will take
Mlehght pageant. A
re will also be shown.
;?m ls chairman of the
"a"n group which is
"* Program. A social
follow with Betty
E"rrnan. Rabbi Albert
supervise the meet-
hSloble-Vigorou.
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MIAMI HADASSAH MiT^SS"
PAGE NINE
JPFO To Sponsor
Olgin Memorial Concert
The Jewish People's Fraternal
Order, Lodges 192 and 601 (Eng-
lish speaking branch), will com-
memorate the memory of M. Ol-
gin, author, with a concert 8 p.m.
Sunday evening in the Central
Beach school auditorium, 1420
Washington ave., Miami Beach.
The program will feature the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus rendering a series of new
songs; recitations by Morris Car-
roll, and selections by Gerard
Haft, first 'cellist with the Uni-
versity of Miami symphony or-
chestra. M. Holtman, familiar
with Olgin and his works, will be
guest speaker
Forty-six new members have enrolled
ship chairman (at left) reported following
Shown with Mrs. Kotkin are Mrs. Joseph Carp, president, and" Mr* Frmklojne. publicity"ch.il-
in the Miami Hadassah, Mrs. Tma Kotkin. member-
a membership tea Monday at lhe Miami Women's club.
man.
Circle Branch Plans
Thanksgiving Dance
Thanksgiving eve will be par-
ty night for the newly formed
English-speaking branch 692Y of
the Workmen's circle. On Wed-
nesday night the group will hold
a dance at the circle's lyceum, 2,"i
Washington ave., with Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Katz as hosts.
Initiation charges and first
quarter's dues will be waived for
new members signing up now.
Dinner Party to Fete
Miss Freehling, Fiance
A dinner party in honor of the
approaching marriage of Miss
Jeanne Lois Freehling, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome E. Freeh-
ling, 1239 S. W. 19th ter.. to My-
ron J. Sternman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Sternman of Fayette,
Ala., will be held this evening
at Victor's restaurant.
Mrs. I. Freehling. grandmother
of the bride-to-be, will be guest
of honor in celebration of her
70th birthday. Miss Freehling and
Mr. Sternman will be married
Sunday.
RABBI TO REVIEW
NEW KOESTLER NOVEL
Arthur Koestfer's "Thieves In
the Night" will be reviewed by
Rabbi Leon Kronish during late
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m.
tonight at Temple Beth Sholom.
The service will commemorate
Jewish Book Sabbath.
The new Koestler novel deals
with the Jewish resistance move-
ment in Palestine.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the services with Mrs. Harry
Cornblum, Mrs. Robert Nordin.
Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs. Bert
Whitman as hostesses.
Sabbath services will be at
10:45 a.m. Saturday.
MJOC Women Plan Party
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will hold a card party at
8 p.m. Sunday aJ the Talmud
Torah. 1545 S. W. Third st.
Hostesses will be Mrs. B.
Meltzer, Mrs. Sadie Minivitz
and Mrs. Pearl Raidman.
BETH SHOLOM WOMEN
SLATE THREE EVENTS
Mrs. David Harris, 4456 Nau-
tilus dr.. will be hostess at a
membership tea for Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood Friday after-
noon, Dec. 6. A talent skit will
be featured on the afternoon's
entertainment. Mrs. Irving Mar-
cus, membership chairman, has
announced a goal of 100 new
members for the event.
Members of the Sisterhood will
model clothes at the amateur
fashion show the organization is
planning for Wednesday evening,
Dec. 18.
Also on the Sisterhood calendar
is a concert by Alec Templeton
on Jan. 9 with Mrs. Morris Mor-
ns as chairman.
BARN DANCE NEXT
FOR BEACH Y YOUTH
Dec. 1 will be barn dance night
for the Beach Y's Youth council,
according to Bob Townsend, presi-
dent, who will be in charge of
the affair as well as the enter-
tainment committee.
Miss Leila Gross is chairman
of the decorations committee
which will convert the Y dance
hall into a country barn atmos-
phere. Arnold Newman will be
in charge of refreshments.
Music will be provided by
Stewart Pochapin's Tune Tim-
Sandor to Play Sunday
Gyorgy Sandor, Hungarian-born
pianist, will be presented by the
University of Miami at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday in Miami Senior High
school. A specialist in the music
of Rachmaninoff and Liszt, he
will play three Chopin selections
as well.
EDWARD PASTROFF
WINS TALENT CONTEST
Fourteen year old Edward
Pastroff received a $75 U. S. sav-
ings bond Saturday as first prize
in the finals of the 16th series
of "Crusader Kids" radio talent
contest.
A student at Miami Senior High
school, Edward was selected for
his playing of Lecuona's "Mala-
guena."
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
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ZIONIST TRENDS:
American Zionist leaders who
advocated a policy of abstaining
from endorsing any of the po-
litical parties in the recent elec-
tions, now feel that this policy
was justified With the vic-
tory of the Republican party.
these leaders claim that it was a
wise move on the part of the
Zionist movement not to commit
itself in favor of one party or
another during the elections .
High sources in Washington
indicate that although Secre-
tary of State Byrnes is going
to meet with British Foreign
Secretary Bcvin on the Pales-
tine question. President. Tru-
man will continue to have di-
rect control of this question.
The over-all responsibility for
the Palestine issue has not been
switched to Byrnes, they re-
veal, emphasizing that Truman
is determined to get action on
his request to hare 100.000 dis-
placed Jews admitted to Pales-
i ne immediately
New suggestions are now being
ESed in the tanks of Ameri-
can Zionists with regard to the
forthcoming World Zionist Con-
gress which opens next month in
Switzerland One of these
suggestions is that the executive
of the Jewish Agency and the
executive of the World Zionist
nization function uncle: sep-
li nts The head-
quarters of the Jewish Agency,
il is suggested, should be :n the
Unii '.chile the I
quarters of the World Zionist;
Executive can remain in London!
and in Palestine The execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency should
be composed of not more than a
dozen Zionists and non-Zionists,
but leading American personali-
ties would be invited to art as
experts" in the executive
Among those mentioned are Rob-
ert Nathan and Henry Morgen
thau, jr. ... It is believed that
they might become actively in-
terested in this way in certain
phases of the work of the Jewish
Agency .
OVER THERE
Believe it or not. about 10.000
children are expected to be born
this year to Jews in the camps
placed persons in Germany
and Austria The numl i
hnths is constantly increasing,
and the number of expectant
mothers is so large that one of
the major worries of the JDC to-
day is how to get diapers and
layi ttes.
Preparat ons fur the publica-
tion of '' < Talmud in Hebrew
arr now I 0 made in Ger-
fy the
a ous Jews in the camps .
Originally, the JDC wanted to
pay the cosl ttcatton,
but the Ami > oov-
emment insisted tliai all the
project be cov-
ered by the U. S. Army as a
gift to the Jews The JDC
is now printing in Gem
thousands of Hebrew, Yiddish
anil Eug! order
to meet r;.> eed of the
schools in the camps The
paper for these books is sup-
plied by UNRRA Thou-
ii
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Dr Carl N Herman. YWCA
official the principal
spcak.r at the Father-Son pro-
sponsored by the Rotary
club at Belle Glade Also on the
pi, igi an wi : e Carl Roberts,
Gi e Chasi YMCA
seen I
Among those' who took part in
the Flagler Variety Show spon-
sored by the> city recreation de-
partment Tuesday night in Flag-
ler park band shell was A. Levin
who sang several selections.
Other guests were Mrs Gert-
rude Moss, president of the B"nai
a, and Mrs. Ann
an, co-advisor to the Young
Won n'a organization.
LFA
Following a dinner In her hon-
or. Mi- Gi rtrude Carnovsky, di-
rector of B'nai B'rith Girls work
in district five, was guest speaker
at an informal meeting of the
E'nai B'rith Girls, and Young
Women recently at the home of
Miss Marilyn Lee. 306 Valencia
rd.
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413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach. Fla.
sands of prayer books are also
being printed by the JDC to
satisfy the needs of the rehg-
H)US dements among the dis-
placed Jeus.
Judge Simon Rifkind. speaking
in New York about the necessity
of establishing a medical school
in Palestine, related the follow-
ing which is characteristic of the
,-rpsent situation of the Jews in
Germany "When I was ad-
Visor on Jewish affairs to the
AMG in Germany." he said. "I
re eived a report that 1.003 stu-
dents had been admitted to the
Heidelberg Medical school, which
had just reopened The extra
e< caused me to be suspicious,
and I had the matter investi-
gated ... It turned out that the
three were Jewish students who
had been admitted after the
American military authorities had
discovered that in the first 1.000
students there was not a single
Jew"
THIEVES IN THE NIGHT:
A powerful picture of the ten-
sion in Palestine today is given
by Arthur K o c s 11 e r in his
-Thieves In The Night." pub-
by Macmillan ... It starts
with a detailed account of how a
group of young Jewish settlers
overnight established a colony in
a remote section of Palestine .
How they withstood Arab
attacks How they converted
an arid hill into a normal set-
tlement And what price they
paid for it in human lives and in
hard labor Around this theme
the author weaves a novel which
presents strongly the Jewish
claim on Palestine and the Jews'
achievements there.
COMMUNAL NOTES:
The list of smaller Jewish com-
munities employing professional
executives for the first time' to
help direct their central commu-
nity organizations is swelling .
By now there are about 100 such
! communities, and thejr number
continues to grow, judging from
reporU of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare' Funds
The question of whether there-
is an} justification in maintaining
Jewish hospitals and health ser-
vices was discussed by represen-
tatives of Jewish Federations of
some of the larger cities Dr.
George Baher. president of the
N. Y. Academy of Medicine and
director of clinical research at
Mt. Sinai hospital, pointed out
that one-third of the Jewish pa-
tients in New York. Chicago and
Philadelphia receive care in Jew-
ish hospitals which have a non-
sectarian admission policy.
The justification of Jewish hos-
pitals, he said, lies in the ad-
vancement of scientific medical
care Also in the provision of
I opportunities for the scientific de-
velopment of Jewish physicians.
. This, he emphasized, can only
be achieved by expanding oppor-
tunities for internships, residen-
cies, full-time hospital staffs.
clinic and laboratory research,
and the development of medical
specialists of outstanding calibre.
. The Jewish community, he
argued, needs to develop the best
possible opportunities for the
further education of graduate
medical students and practicing
Jewish physicians.
Obituaries
LAVINE
Funeral ervlce for Sum S l.a-
Vine, Crime i.i mvnri of Dada I'har-
iniu'lpi*, wore held TiipmIh)- afternoon
,i Temple im-sei with Rabbis .i.i,-
. Kaplan ami c'olman A. Zwltman
.Yfic-iatiiifr. The' liody *H plaoed in
tin W'o..ellawri park mausoleum.
Active pallbearri 1 n. II,n and
Banford Kramer, Elmer Whaley, I >
Harold Kami. Dr. Morris Wan .n, I
Charles I'antein
I .i \" in.-, who died Saturdav nifht
was a native of t'levelaml. when- I,.
operated a chain of drug stores HI*
brother, Arthur 8. LaWlne, co-owner
with him of Dade I'harmae l.-M until
they were told to Whai.n Drug (More*,
p.. this year, operated the flrai [>adi
tore In Coconul <;rove before Bam
, ame here in \vm.
Sam I..i\'lne lived at 6301 I'lne Tree
,lr Miami Heae-h
Surviving, besides the brother, are
hli wife, Hrs llalvlns I" La Vine; i
on, Sterling jr.; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. I.iVln.-. all of Miami Beach,
and three sisters.
KONICK
Samuel Kemlck, 74, of 1411 S W
Third st.. died Tuesday. He came
from N> w Have*. Conn., 11 real
Surviving are his wife, Mr- He
Konlck; two daughtere, Mrs. Leo
Hohaveer and Mrs Ann Paatrofr, both
,,i Miami, and as on, Bervtoea were
held Wednesday al Gordon chapel.
F0RDMANpJta
DEARBORN M v
charge of the distrj
|,i:- 'he Ford Mot? "N
manager. The rLMi
Ann ,s consisten?Sll
s'biity and author,S
tire efforts to the naW
'" ,"rd ^ Lncofi.
southeastern regional salaJ
lilts. ^M
A native of Bancroft, UI
fin joined the Ford '
1925 at Omaha.
SACKS
Jules Backa, 46, sales manager for
Southern Beveragea of Miami, elird
Monda) in a hospital He came from
Haltimore n yean ago, and lived at
;.:, Jefferson ave., Miami
Bunrlvora Include his wife, Mrs Eva
Sacks; a son, Stanley, both of Miami
llearh; iwo brother and a alster. Ma-
sonic service* were conducted Wed-
nesday in Riverside Memorial chapel
SEIGEL
Sate Belgel, M, ratlrad drug sun-
di de il< r, died last Tuesda) He
live d al i'i-'i N- W. Blxth ave and
came t" Miami l'j years ago from
H sfotnee, la.
ll. was ISnd di gn e Mason,
Surviving are a daughter, Mn
Mary Schwartz, ami a Bon, Robert I.
Kelgel. both of Miami.
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RkiHB JEWISH BOOK MONTH
U"U Jewish Book Month, written by Max
,0i|0winO f.amW Miami Jewieh Book council, is the
KfeswS ohn%h.. CTtfr-
10 RECEIVE HONORS
***iiw'f'**KStS J-i'. '
Miami Beach Senior High
school's National Honor society
has tapped 10 new members.
Thev are Rhode Caidin, Dolores
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SIX RAY SPORTSWEAR MANU-
" N.
'XtffSSA th" 'u^L- Kf arc JWode Caidini Ooloi,, -n,.-^.;:;^^^ -^
* d from Nov. 15 to Dec. 15 has been designated Sofcge^JorSS^lS'w ^WSTS^SSl % g
'effMoXby the Jewish Book Council^America, Dr. bel Puga'X^.....'
b B ,el president Participating in the local council Lenore Somosi, Manuel Zaiac and ySK 5^5515
Gray* r__^-..Tpnntions and the Bureau of lewwh Louise Raohael.
fv' nil the congregations and the Bureau of Jewish Louise Raphael.
he two Y s. executiVe director, A. P. Gannes, is its secre-' ~
otio"
In
hose execuu'o *----- -- ---------- -------
" tinn with this national observance of the im-
fXSta Jewish life, today. Friday. Nov. 22. has been
>,b0?K -_uw. m celebrate Jewish Book Sabbath or
LEGAL NOTICES
^ofbooks"^" citbrerteiewWIi Book Sabbath
Red by ,n,e r
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
indi i Igi d di
v ,hP rabbis to ceieoiute i"w -w- ^.^m w ,,,,, ,....,, (le8lr,ng lo cngng(
.Tnleaot." They will stress on this occasion the fact ^fic,., .
that '01, r_tn!n our identity as Am-ha-sefer or the vi Miami, c,. intends to
jwe ought to r un oui
L"of the book.
Lil council is exceed-
ti be of service to
L"2SlSs ^d organiza-
Kffexbibitlng Jew-
desirous
Members of these
.I I: ime
I should like to Impress on thi !;:,,','." "'
members of the Greater Miami i
i"11.
with the '.< k of
f I ladi Co inty,
^,lrf"oc'"encouraged to
f ^ks and the council
fctfft facile for or-
!*eS marks the golden
..I of the discovery of 100,000
!e iv important manu-
bf.896 by the late Prof.
,on Senator in the Gem-
lf the svnaqogue in Cairo,
L id Will be celebrated
,l' wish Book Month. Oth-
Iterary anniversaries occur-
Irinu this period are the
Sersary of the death of
I^Aleichem, whose splen-
ime'Tho Old Country" to
Z translation has recently
published: the 30th ar.ni-
rv ,,f the establishment ol
Ewadruth Ivrith of America
uation for the promotion of
Hebrew language and litera-
This p-riod marks also the
anniversary of the birth of
ham Reisen, Yiddish poet
author: and the tercentenary
birth of Gluckel of Hameln,
m 17th century diarist.
u national council's tri-
ial Jewish Book Annual this
r,is devoted especially to a
vey of the literary products of
u'abroad with emphasis on
of the liberated nations,
led also are articles on Jew-
book-lore and Hebrew cul-
Khievements in Palestine
,r own country. The coun-
tos also printed a beautiful
tial poster by the famous art-
Arthur Syzk
NATII \N SCHREIBER,
.- Owne
community that the Bureau of: max it. SILVER,
. _. .. ,i r. Attorney for Applicant.
Jewish Education in the Congress 11/22 29 12/6-13-211
building in Miami contains the
IRVING BIRNBERG
HARRY MILDNER.
Partners.
LESTER LASKY,
Attorney for Applicants.
1 log t !oi gresfl Bldg.
U/13-22-28 12/6-13
best Jewish library in this area
Its comprehensive collections
numbering over 2.000 volumes in
Hebrew, English and Yiddish are
available for circulation to oui
residents. These volumes indi-
vidually and collectively include
the whole panorama of Jewish
knowledge. Especially represent-
ed arc the publications of the
Jewish Publication Society of
America; Behrman House; the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations; Bloch Publishing
company and the Hebrew Pub-
lishing company.
No people in the world's his-
tory in comparable numbers has
contributed so much to every
branch of human knowledge, re-
ligious and secular. Their pro-
ductions in art. science, litera-
ture, philosophy and religion are
enormous.
The local council is sponsoring
its second annual book review
contest. Three awards in the
following classes will be made:
Pre-college. college and adult.
The prizes in each group will be
some outstanding book or set of
books.
The council has also prepared
a mimeographed list of some 100
recommended books for pur-
chase. The list includes books for
adults and children and is ob-
tainable through your own or-
ganization, congregation or the
Bureau.
We are generally regarded as
the people of the book and we
should make every effort to live
up to it. Buy and read Jewish
books for yourself and your chil-
dren so that we may continue to
carry on the tradition that we
are the people of "the intellectual
life."
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage it:
Under in.- flptll In nn n f
at
. .Met,
Florida, Intenda to
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
ler the fictitious name of
COLLINS FISH MARKET, at 604
("lliii-; Avenue Miami Beach, Fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AL RENNERT
HARRY EDELMAN
SOLOMON BRAUNSTEIN
Partners.
HERM W \1. BERK,
Attorni y for Applicants.
M 13-22-29 12 8-13
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOI'THKRN HARDWARE & PAINT
SUPPLY, at 733 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Oourt of Dade County, Florida.
SAM GREENSPAN
MILTON SACHS
THEODORE J. SAKOW1TZ.
918 Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants.
10/25 11/1-8-15-22
1 11 der ih fir 11
I'LAYDIUM BOWLING LANES,
737 s W. 8th Btrei t. Con Gal
Florida, Intends lo i istei said name
with the Clerk 'if nm circuit Court
1 lade County, Florida,
F.STILL 1: SPARKS.
MYERS, HEIM \N ft K VPLAN,
Attorni v- foi Applicant.
10/25 11/1-8-1S-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S H lURT
IN AND FOR DADE I'OUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No.
In Re 1: iPHIE RAB1NO-
WITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEY-
rN. also known as SOPHIE
MEVRISl 'N, di 1 1 used
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE BTATE OP FIjORIDA:
To All Persons Interested In tlie
Said Decedent
v.ai are hereby notified 'lint a
K-rlttei h purporting i" be
the last will and testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
- in said Co irt, You are hen by
.- o m iv. b n 'i 'l within m\ calendar
months from the date "f the first
hj in appear
ni Courl and show cause, If any
vou can, why the action of said Courl
In admitting said will to probate
,, ltd ni I land inn yoked.
(Countv Courl Seall
YT, v m.anton.
Countv Judge.
> JENNIE L. BLANTON
Clerk.
GEORGE rHERTKOP.
Attorney.
II 15-22-29 tS/
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1:1:1.1, PAINTING AND DECORAT-
ING CO., at 2f,n pone- de Leon Blvd.,
Coral Oablei Fla., intend to register
ime with the ci.-rk of the Cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County, Elorlda.
IRVING i:i:i 1ST EN FELD
1: \i:.ni:tt hi.' 'Nr
JOSEPH BARDELLA
SAM SILVER
Attorney f'>r Bell Painting
and Decorating Co.
11/8-15-22-29 12 6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS. M
2019 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida. ________
ROBERT KNOBEL.
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ill ihe fictitious name of
IDA GRINDING COMPANY, at
"ni S W. Fourth Ave.. Miami. Fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk ''f the Circuit Court of Dade
Oounty, Florida,
.1 vk- PRANK
ISAM" FR VNK
M.I.VN CHAYKIN
M p.i-R'r OPPENHEIM
VON ZAMFT & VON 7.AMFT.
Mi. 11 !. f..r Applicants
272 W. Flagler St.
11 '8-15-22-29 12/8
NOTICE IS HEREBY nivEN that
the underslBTied, desiring to engage in
,,.,. the fictitious njm-nf
MRCRAFT IN'N, at 4127 N. W. 36th
St.. Miami. Fla.. intends to ''
Kald name with the Clerk of the cir
cult Court "f Dad.- C5n^&cFlorl"a"
ISAAC JOFFE.
Utornev for Applicant.
|1 '8-15-22-29 12/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDQB'B COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COL.MY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 18384
In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINO-
WITZ. also known us SOPHIE MEY-
ERSON, also known us oOl hie-
MEYP.ISoN, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate: .
You, and each of you, arc hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Sophie Rablnowltx, also
known as Sophie Meyerson also
known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased,
late of Miami Beach, Dade Oounty,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
Countv 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 ana
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act. ...
Date, November 12. A.D. 1946.
GEORGECHERTKOF
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Sophie Rabinowltz,
also known as Sophie Meyerson,
also known as Sophie Meyrlson,
deceased.
HEOIUIE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Estate.
11/15-22-29 12/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nai
VN BLUE HOTEL, at SS4 Ocean
Drive Miami Reach. Florida. Intend
llBf r sai.l name with the I lerk
,,r the Circuit court of Dade County,
''""'''".TOSEPH W. OELFMAN
RESSIE OELFMAN
SAMUEL RUBIN,
Atorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/8-U
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
h,|nVs ""der the fictitious name of
STREAM APPAREL. It
,.- K,-.. siii't, Miami. Fla. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
,,; the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Pl0rU"1" HAROLD S. MEYERS
AL ROEMER
BURNETT ROTH.
Utornev for Applicants.
ii J5-22-29 1-/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
S&A BIVER1 "UQUW
yjTN E Second Avenue Miami.
mi 'intends to register said name
rttS thei Clerk of thS Circuit Court of
I ,.!,. county, Florida.
BAMUEi S..AI,ni.I.ATI.npr
ittornev for Applicant.
II '15-22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
,h. i, rslgned, desiring to engage In
- he fictitious "?";'"'
HERNWINIJOJ **Ji
iv,- COMPANY, at 314 N. W. -no
o... Miami. Fla.. Intends toifr-
tlor said name with the Clerk: of the
C '.....SYvRRYKAHN
Sole Owner.
II r,-;2-C9 12/8-18
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IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 17055
Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED.
n'mtiCEOF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
OH A Ftn 1'Z
NOTICE IB hereby given that 1
have filed mv final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix or
the estate of DAVID K. REED, de-
ceaaed; and that on the 23rd day of
December, 1946, will apply to the
lion W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for ap-
proval of snld final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of David K. Reed, deceased.
This 18th day of November. 1946.
ESTHER K. REED.
Executrix of the Estate of
David K. Reed, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attornev for Executrix.
11/22-29 12/6-13
voTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ptorlaa' HARRY FRIEDMAN
H/l-8-15-22-29 _____
VOTICF IS HEREBY CIVEN that
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ROSE 11. SAMET
MYERS HEIMAN ft KAPLAN.
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11/1-8-15-22
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^A,RI'YM ami Beach. Florida. i.Uend
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
10/25 11 '1-8-15-22 ^__________
IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 18346. ___
In Re: Estate of ANNIE PEPPER.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims Against Slid Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of ANNIE PEPPER, 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
nr demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to M
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will he barred. See Section
120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date. October 28. A.D. 1946.
ABRAHAM PEPPER.
As Executor of the UlMJW
and Testament of ANNIE
PEPPER, Deceased.
MAN R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executor.
11/1-8-15-22
" NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
, ?2 r.l 'I desiring to engage In
r,nesVu^^^dUi^ name of
U'Vc'cl w\"P Mlaiid.' FioHda in-
countv. Flnl'1''i!u.T.Y BCHATZ.
Sola Owner.
"V,o.r;.,v"ro,Z'Applicant.
,f pad.
C0?Rvha0scHWAM
LCUIS AUGUST
IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN rROBATE.
In Re: Estateof LEONA THERESA
SKINNER, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITUns
To All Crcill ors and All Persons
Haring Claims Against Raid Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands'which >ou. or
C1I\RLES L. POLAND
Avl^r;^NATHERE^
SKINNER, deceased.
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(Copyright, 1*44, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate)
PLAIN TALK
FROM ALFRED SEGAL.
MR. HILLEL'S WILL
Mr. Hillel, the occasional con-
ductor of this column, has come
to one of those weeks when he is
tired of the affairs of the Hillel
Widget corporation, and would
rather write this column.
Nowadays, he says, what with
the great scarcity, widgets prac-
tically sell themselves; so the
Hillel Widget corporation can
very well do without him in the
time it takes him to write this
column.
(Widgets, he frankly says, are
too high in price but there's reck-
oning coming when widgets fin-
ally get so high-priced that peo-
ple can't buy them.)
Indeed, the current affluent
prosperity in the widet business
has made it possible for Mr. Hil-
lel to think of other things than
widgets. Mr. Hillel has been
thinking of death, not in any psy-
chopathic way but with the real-
ism of a man looking at the final
fact of life.
Particularly, he has been con-
sidering what, after his death,
shall be done with the wealth he
has accumulated in the widget
business. That is the subject of
his column today and I give it
here as Mr. Hillel has written it:
MY WILL
The other week our factory
turned out its 10 millionth widget
and there was quite a celebration
Proskauer Aids Med
School In Palestine
have a good timevwith, it. Recent-p
ly he married a Hollywood girl:
she is the fourth wife he has had. \
He has enjoyed widg't.-.
But here I found myself at the
very peak of my career (the 10
milliontth widget) thinking of
my death and how to dispose of
my wealth creditably when the;
time came.
ENDOWS PROPHET
I took pencil in hand and be-
gan to sketch my will on a block!
of memorandum sheets. Shortly
I found my thoughts about my
last will and testament getting
mixed up with the fact that I ami
a Jew. In what way, I asked, can
I best express myself as a Jew in
my will? After pondering a cou-
ple of minutes I wrote as follows:
$100,000 for the encouragement
and maintenance of a Jewish
prophi t,'
I figure that ai the current
rate of interestabout 2' in
100.000there would be just
about enoughS2.000to keep
a prophet per year. For a long
time I have been painfully
aware of the total lack of Jew-
ish prophets, despite the good
salaries our pulpits pay.
So I have., come reluctantly to,
the conclusion that maybe big
salaries are no good for prophets.
I am mindful that the prophets
Elijah and Isaiah. Micah and
Melachi worked without salary
Judge Joseph M. Protkauer, president
of the American Jewish committee,
will be the iuet of honor at a dinner
in New York, Tuesday, Not. 26, at the
Riti Carlton Hotel "in behalf of the
furtherance of the $4,000,000 buildini
campaign of the Hebrew University ana
Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem."
'L'tr^Ii, K* '^ land, if I remember correctly.' Elf!
and beer to all the help and we
had a band and I made a speech,
waving the 10 millionth widget.
I was very proud of the way
the Hillel corporation had pro-
duced all these widgets. We had
begun with one widget a day and
now a widget was practically
rolling out of the machine each
minute.
To the approving shouts of all
the workers, I announced a new-
goal: 'One hundred million widg-
ets before another year rolls
around.'
But when I got baok to my pri-
vate office, I said to myself, 'So
what Hillel? What if you do make
a million widgets in the next
year and increase your wealth
ten times' What are you going to
do with all that money when you
are dead?'
You see, that's the trouble with
a man like me who is addicted to
writing a column even occasion-
ally. He is always looking at his
affairs from a columnar angle.
There's my chief competitor, Her-
cules Abernathy of the Ajex
Widget corp. He's never disturb-
ed philosophically on account of
his wealth and so
manages to
Watch For
B-D DAY!
jah had to depend on ravens to
feed him.
Maybe, I thought, having to
depend upon a congregation for
a salary discourages authentic
prophets, and what would Isaiah
himself have amounted to if, in
order to keep his income, he had
to measure his words to the ideas!
of the K.K. Temple Anshe Ge-
borim.
So I have decided to endow a
prophet in my will I don't be-
lieve that prophets should be al-
lowed to starve and the $2,000 a
year should just take care of one,
comfortably but not richly. He'li
have sufficient to eat, a clean bed
to sleep in and $30 suits to wear.
That's about enough.
My will shall say: "This
endowment shall go to the per-
son who can persuade Israel in I
the United Stales to follow him '
out of its lazy indifference; who
can teach many Jews to feel
about Judaism as many Chris-
tians feel about Christianity
which they regard as the per-
fect way of life; who can cause
Jews to understand that being
Jewish is not a matter of fight-
ing anti-Semites but has to do
with the dignity of a man who
knows the long way of his
history and is not frightened
by dogs barking along the road;
who can teach every Jew to
know that as a Jew he is under
double obligation of exemplary
behaviorto himself and to his
people.
This is my idea of a Jewish
prophet worthy to be endowed
with my $2,000 a year. He need
not be an ordained rabbi. He will
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of being a prophet in Israel, on a
salary just about enough to keep
him fed and decently clothed.
GOOD INVESTMENT
I must confess that I am not
entirely unselfish in establishing
this endowment for the encour-
agement and support of one Jew-
ish piochet. You may have al-
ready guessed that as a widget
n;u>ufa< t.fer I have felt quite
frustrated in the real purposes
^living. I want to ^
death significantly'
tabl.sh.ng Jewish ^.
my will. "I|
People, at my (uneral
>: There goe, Hillel. AU
We he made w.d?ets hut L
end h* d.ed ..veil m
h:s credit He gave 3
Jewish propntt."
And even if my immm
to produce even one proptJl
Will serve at least to calhttJ
tion to the great lack of 3
prophets; so .twill he a JJI
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