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The Jewish Floridian ( 29 1946 )

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orld Zionist Congress May Split 11 .nsble you t0 understand the news ''a me "„. David Kleber. board of education, and Hershey Glantz, e8n t-of-arms. Ambers of the financial comwere made ; k SU)IM chairman; operation of the |.e & oard of instrucgbh* Rosenblo o,n. Mr. Sara ., I ct„no Benjamin 1 supervision of Rah... ^ bl rp< Herbert ji children will t | Ne wman, Mi ,P traditional manner. BeI tion and reconstruction of the 1.500.000 Jewish survivors of total war and Nazi persecution in Europe. A report on the achievements in the 1946 drive to raise $100,000,000 for the programs of the Joint Distribution committee, United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans will be presented to the National Executive committee of the United Jewish Appeal which n eets today. The National Conference, which will be attended by high government officials and by some of the n.ost distinguished Jewish leade:s from Europe and Palestine, will continue through Dec. 2, with sessions divided between the huge Convention hall here and the Ambassador hotel. The status of the displaced Jews in the American zone in Europe who have doubled in number from 100,000 a year ago today to 200,000 at the present time, will MIS. J •""" -7 r" f i ~ 200,000 at the present time, wi. appointed chairman of theifinance discusse d by U. S. Secretary committee which will make plans *„ „_..„. to raise funds for the project. ^JffSK 1 -^ Weiner PUBLISHER TO ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH LODGE Fred K. Shochet. editor and publisher of The Jewish Floridian. will address B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge at the weekly luncheon meeting. 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown Club restaurant. Seybold bldg. His topic will be "Good and Welfare." of War Robert P. Patterson and Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring, assistant Secretary of State for occupied areas, on behalf of the American government, and by three representatives of the displaced Jews themselves. The spokesman for the displaced Jews will be Leon Retter, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Liberated Jews of Germany; Dr. Boris Pliskin, head of the health department of the Central committee, and Sam(Continued on Paga 4) • J i J 1 I :j %  .< J •,) i I 4 .M u i j



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PAGE TWO +JeistnarMton V I ,• i • i Personally Speaking Mrs. Ida Optner will be! Havana yesterday to join his sponsor for the University of wife and her mother, Mrs WilMiami at its final football game! liam Solomon, who have been of the 1946 season this evening there since last weekend, in the Orange bowl. The Hur-| Taking her first trip by plane ricanes chose "Mom" Optner Susie Reese, infant daughter o for the honor unanimously Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reese, of Tuesday night. i Baldwin. Long Island, arrived Mrs. Oscar Argintar left this' yesterday with her parents and week for Tampa where she was brother. Peter They are visitjoined by her daughter. Ester, ing her grandparents. Mr. and for the Thanksgiving weekend. Mrs. Morris Joseph and greatThey are visiting Mr. Argintar s aunt. Mrs. Emma Friend. I lib brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ( Ocean dr. and Mrs. Max Argintar. Ester Harvey Relman. son of Mr. is a senior at Florida State Coland Mrs. William Relman, 1255 leqe for Women. IS. W. 19th ter., arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin yesterday for the Thanksgiving were first prize winners at the weekend. He is a law student rumba contest staged by Valdez at the University of Florida at and his partner at the Emma Gainesville. Lazarus dance Saturday at the Mr. and Mrs. Abraham GoodPresident Madison hotel. Miss man board the Queen Eliza\ Ethel Pont and Marty Goldberg beth today in New York en | placed second. Both couples route to the World Zionist Con-! raceived champagne as their gre.ss in Basle, Switzerland. r r V? S w .. T^ Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr and Mrs Abe Frankel Cohen 352g Pme Tree dl Mi will be hosts to their friends at Qmi BeQch/ Qre Mr Qnd Mrs a house warming from 3 to 7 Abmham Go]dman of New ; (i L2&1?%3£2 fa"?' p aren,s ;' Mrs C ohen have just returned from Newj Thanksgiving day served York after a five months' visit. \f? uhl ? P"P ose M [; n


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N0 VEMBER 29. 1946 frJemfefc fhrSdiar) PAGE THREE m NEXT WEEK BETH DAVID nts next week will •gl congregation in building fund cam, in the drive will be '.ti" when Rabbi James Kcinnati will be guest C M,. and Mrs. Louis wh „ W ill be hosts, have invitations to members '" .,, for the banquet iifTheld at the Victor Heiman is chairman ''.;.,..l gift c .mmittee. Kpacity at the dinner to 225 people, drive eventa next week gpecial gifts committee L 10: 30 a.m. Sunday in lff uv, at the Seybold Ld a parlor meeting at the f Harry Markowitz, geniian. 801 N. E. 74th st.. iv ever M Pand Mrs. Stanley C. My. hosts at a parlor meetening and Jacob chairman of the initial ... a dinner at cazar hotel Tuesday eveition of Beth I .Mil begin unsupervision of Ben Essen Lg the Dec. banquet. I"BOARD TO MEET Irish Social Service bureau j of directors will meet at liami Beach Jewish Center [day evening. Mrs. BenjaMeyers. president, antes. oris will be made by the Le, personnel and memlip committees. LUCIELLE BROWNING The name Footlight Favorites applies both to the music offered and to the personnel of this op-; eretta quartet. John Brownlee, Edward Kane, Lucielle Browning and Adelaide Abbot, the four art] ists appearing here at 8:30 p.m Monday at Miami Beach Senior High school have distinguished themselves in all fields of musical entertainment—grand opera, operetta, musical comedy, concert and radio. Their local concert will Inaugurate the Community Concert Series under the auspices of the YM & YWHA of Miami Beach. Leo Huberman is chairman of the series. John Brownlee. baritone, was born in Australia. His vocal career did not begin until he was graduated from college when Dame Nellie Melba heard him and JOHN BROWNLEE urged him to make singing his profession Now a star at the opolitan, the Chicago and San Francisco Opera companies,. he has sung leading roles in Covent Garden, the Pi Grand Opera. Teatro Municipal in Rio Ide Janiero and major opera houses throughout the world. A til %  %  t, he is equally at home in operetta. The lem r of the quartet. Kentucky-born Edward Kane, is a | former winner of the $5,000 Atwater Kent prize. While in college, he toured Europe as soloist 'with the glee club of Emory university and later studied music at Curtis institute in Philadelphia. | His opera engagements include I performances at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Ants and thi New York City Center Opera company. He broadcasts on many radio programs and usually spends his EDWARD KANE summers performing in operetta. Lucielle Browning, contralto of the Metropolitan association, comes from Durham, N. C. A prize pupil of the late Marcella Sembrich, Miss Browning sang on the air before she made her operatic debut with the Philadelphia Opera company. In 1936 she reached the finals of the "Metropolitan Auditions of the Air" and today she sings leading roles at that opera house. Adelaide Abbot, lyric coloratura soprano of Footlight Favorites, has a voice of phenomenal range: three octaves to G above high C. Born in Hartford, Conn., i she is a graduate of the Chicago Musical college and a former pupil of Nelli Gardini and Mary len. She began her career as understudy in the Chicago Opera company, then toured the country as prima donna with the French ADELAIDE ABBOT Opera company. From 1939-40 millions heard her as leading lady of the World's Fair spectacle "Railroads on Parade;" the next season a scholarship won her an engagement at the Berkshire Music festival. Appearances with the New York City Center Opera company followed, and since then she has concertibed extensively and broadcast over major networks. Marcel Frank, composer and arranger for the Footlight Favorites, was born in Vienna and came to America at the age of eight. A winner of the Geneva prize for composition, he later became a protege of the great composer, Felix Weingartner. All members of the Footlight Favorites have given of their time and talent to USO activities and the entertainment of servicemen. Seminar On Palestine Planned By Habonim Climaxing the month-long visit i of its Palestinian delegate. Ha\ bonim will hold a two-day semij nar this weekend. Sessions will begin at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Mannheimer school and will con-1 tinue all day Sunday at the Beach Y. A panel of five speakers will be present. Moshe Zamir, the organization's Palestine delegate, will discuss the Palestine labor movement (Histadrut) and the cooperative movement in Palestine. Other discussants will be Joshua Stadlin, who will speak on the Hebrew language in Palestine; A. P. Gannes. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, on Palestine in the historical light; Rabbi Leon Kronish. on the development of the idea of llagana: Rabbi Max Shapiro, on the political situation in Palestine. The seminar will conclude with a campfire at Baker's Haulover Sunday evening to which the public is invited. Arrangements for the seminar were made by Zamir, Mrs. Nat Breen and Marty Martell. Palestine Night Next For Pioneer Women "A Night in Palestine" will be [presented by the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine, club number two, 8:30 p.m. Sat. at the Beach Y. Taking its theme from life in the Holy Land, the program will include a dramatic sketch by members of Hubunim; songs by thi Silverman quartet, assisted by A. M. Dorff; a talk by A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; recitations y Manya Shubow, and a motion i picture en Palestine In charge of arrangements are IE. Dorff, M. Shubow, D. LiebI man, Lena Mintzes and Hadassah Ratn< r. Miami Y to Nominate. Hear Building Report Nomination of officers will be held by the Miami Y at the annual meeting Tuesday evening at the Y. Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces. A report on the Y's new building, which was started Tuesday, will be made. Election of officers will take place Jan. 8. Variety Art Party Planned By Chorus A "Variety Art Party" will be held by the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus 8:30 p.m. Sundaw Dec. 8, at the Beach Y. The memorial conceit previously planned has been cancelled. Soloists will entertain. The affair will be under the direction ,f Louis Powcsky, conductor of the chorus. B-D DAY! Is Approaching Opera Guild of Miami j je Irom the world's finest tomatoes. rare spices and fine vinegar ONT OP THI .VARIETIES.^ Byron Cirlin Becomes Bar Miteva At Temple Byron Cirlin. son of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin. will become Bai Mitzva during services at Temple Israel 8:15 p.m. this ev. A reception will be tendered by Dr. and Mrs. Cirlin after trie services. ... Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on "The Dream of Life during this evening's services. Regular Saturday morning I jhip services will begin tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Temple. 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PAGE FOUR Jenisiifkrldlar FRIDAY, !2yEMBER, ;.' j II r I Editorial KOSHER KITCHEN SUPPORTED (Continued from Page 1) they are nilly-wllly forced to yield leadership to the Jews of this country and Palestine, The United Stales now contains about half of the Jewish population of the world and We cue truly grateful for the favorable calls, letters and per sonal expressions that greeted The Jewish Floridian's appeal to Mt. Sinai hospital directors. In voicing its desire that a kosher kitchen be installed now j most of the wealth and political ... J n*. influence of world Jewry is in the Alton Road hospital and that plans for the proposed Mt. ( concentrafed nere Palestine Sinai institution likewise include these provisions. The Jewish Jewry, greatly increased in Floridian believes that it was expressing the sentiment of a! numbers, in prestige and fight, _, | ing capacity during the war majority of the rank and file of the community. The response yearg baltling or Jewish tur left no doubt. Some surprise was elicited that there should vival and Jewish statehood on the spot, is bound to be listened to and followed at the forthcoming Congress even more than it was seven years ago. Russian Jewry, second largest in the world, will not be represented at the Congress. There will be many parties with varying opinions on the question "f a final solution of the Palestine problem at the forthcoming Congress, which is expected to have a total of 375 delegates. The Socialist Labor groups, rcpThe national mobilization conference of the United Jewish resented by three parties of varyAppeal in Atlantic City from November 29 to December 2, %  '' <;-'^''-'' %  '-'s regarded, wen by those op• The to. UnUed Ie wish Appeal Conference in A.tamie CHy. & STSSJST^ ]ust a year ago, resulted in action on an unparalleled Scale, resentment and embitterment on The deliberations resulted in concrete steps to stem further part f Pal estine Jewry todecimation among the surviving Jewish victims of Nazi fury *" **** Brilish actions there, and to provide for basic subsistance aid to these helpless! demand^tha^Viuin^ """^ people. re-open the gates of Palestine for the harassed surviving Jews of Today on the eve of the second Atlantic City Conference. Europe, that the battle is only half won. New outbreaks of violent antiProhibiting the sale of land to Semitism in Eastern Europe have resulted in mass flights of persecuted Jews from Poland and other lands. The number of displaced Jews in Germany and Austria has more than doubled during the past year. The development of the Jewish homeland in Palestine must be pushed at an accelerated pace to nprmit tens of thousands of homeless Jewish people in^uropl to Zl £££ £ ^^ haven and a new life there. Increased imm.grauo^ of %  > Tlot thf "V !" !" rooted Jews to the United States and other countries must £ lltto"S £ ffZS&ft faCll a,ed ,h World Zionist leadership that These are major considerations by the delegates a. the dX.^T* ""*' *"* hot Jews in certain parts of Palestine—in short, that it annul the White Paper of 1939. On that sccre one does not need to be a prophet to say that there will hardly be any difference of to the determined and* united resolve of American Jewry fulfill a historic task in the coming year. Jewish leaders throughout the country who will gather in Atlantic City are aware of their solemn responsibility. Their decisions will be the key to realization of the fervent hopes for a life of dignity and security by hundreds of thousands of Jewish people overseas. Weizmann to Be Active In Zionist Congress LONDOrT (JTA)—Dr. Chaim V 'izmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, is determined to take an active part in the Zionist Congress Which is scheduled to open on Dec 9 in Basle. Switzerland. >t was learned here. He arrived in Lugano on Thursday from Zurich and will meet there with Moshe Shertok. head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, at the end of this month. a Jewish state created in a part of Palestine, comprising from 50 to 65 per cent of „s present area? Will the Congress ..-elect its present and long-time President. Dr. Cham, Weizmann. and a Boverning World Zionist Executive winch will back up Weizmann s policies? Win those who have preached moderation negotiations (Continued from Page 1) Mel Shlomovitch. chairman of the Frankfort regional committee. Both Retter and Pliskin are survivors of the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. Jan Masaryk. foreign minister of Czechoslovakia, and Henry Morgenthau. jr., former secretary of the treasury, will analyze the present-day exodus of the Jews from Europe, precipitated by : nti-Semitic outbreaks in Poland and a general deterioration of conditions in Hungary, Rui innia and elsewhere in Europe. and the potentialities of the Jewish homeland in Palestine as a haven for the homeless and destitute Jews of Europe. Among the distinguished Jewish leaders from abroad who will report on the needs of the Jewish communities in their countries will be Chief Rabbi Alexander Safran of Rumania, and Dr. Frigyes Goeroeg, chairman of the Jewish Relief committee of Hungary. A general overall report on conditions today in Europe will he presented by Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint distribution committee and of the Greater New York United Jewish Appeal, who made a special i trip to Europe to survey the Jewish situation in Europe. Dr. j Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of | the European Executive council of the J.D.C., will join with Mr. Warburg in outlining the needs in Europe. Among the speakers who will report on the progress made in resettling Europe's homeless Jews in Palestine and on the upbuildin;: needs of the Jewish homeland will be Judge Morris RothC-nbei'4 national co-chairman of the United Palestine Appeal and president of the Jewish National tund. Edwin Rosenberg, presiPlan Evening Review First evening event in the review series of the Miami Beach Women's division, American Jewish Congress, will be Dec. 12 when Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss Koestler's "Thieves In the Night." Husbands of subscribers will be special guests at the affair which will be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. dent of the United Service! New Americans, will disc*J role of America as a haven far! displaced and the adjusted the i efugees who are reachml United States. Other speakers will a Charles J. Rosenbloom. Vjk Rosenwald and Rabbi Jonaj Wise, national chairman 4 United Jewish Appeal,and! ky C. Myers, president rj. 1 II il of Jewish Federaticoi Welfare funds. The delegalal be welcomed to Atlantic City j I.'DTV Cassman, president oil Atlantic City Jewish Hi fund. DR. SILVER CONFEBSl WITH ERNEST BEVfflf NEW YORK (JTA)-Dr.J Hillel Silver, president ZOA, met with British Fa Secretary Ernest Berin lor I second time within a wetkj was reliably learned hen, Dr. Silver came from land et the invitation oi I conveyed to him by LordlW chapel. British Ambassador I the U. S. Lord Intel was the only other person | ent at both conferences took place in Berin'i wil :he Waldorf Astoria hotel. Dr. Silver has been unit able for comment on them ferences. but it is reliably | ported that the discussions i devoted to a clarification of I Palestine political situation i were conducted in a &* atmosphere. There was a I and frank exchange of between the Foreign Secrrt f.nd the Zionist leader. FLORIDA'S ONLY ANOLCJW with in the Bntjh government, represented n th, %  m K nn nd h S ; dht -<-ents n the Labor and General Zion£ E2S 1 U n ""'• '"• W1 the %  •'dership be handed over to thje #h0 k( Dr Abba ; %  s.Ke.. president of the American iOA| have criticized the WeizDR. ANDRON TO LEAD BEACH ZIONIST DRIVE Dr. David S. Andron. author and lecturer, will be chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist district's campaign to enroll 3.000 new members in December. Jack D. Burri*. president, announced thi week. Dr. Andron called for "complete mobilization in behalf of the homeless and stateless Jews of Europe who clamor for entrance into the Holy Land." Membership in the Beach district is now 1,300. Pub ,i.h.d ..very "%7lJ by The J'"' h FIO M r J^ 1*. F "fi Second Avenue. Miami jj Entered > •" d .; c 0 ," c e o< "4 4. 1930. at &SaTS**1 Fl... under the Act 1 The Jewish J\^'y", JfL the Jewish U"^S*3sl Weekly. M' mber ,',„ Art. fl gr.phic Aflency. Seven gfl Syndicate. vVorldw'd N ^ National Editorial A ,,,)C En gli.M;* c.n A..ociat.or o p AMO CII Newspapers. Florida r SUBSCRIPTION BATIi One Y.ar ;;. Two Years |i Six Months ">*> a-jSff Editor and f RITA E. Ggg^ NeW, 2 l 4l-4 Telephones 1 }*TZ OF nCE and LA* J 21 S. W. Second VOLUME 19 NUMBfl' ———-r— CTMT^I



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L MnV EMBERJ29. 19*6 kCIL TO HONOR !" SEL IG MOTlDAY Mon ,e SeliC. newly elect ional board member of the U Council of Jewish Woml be honored at a recep_— T lin meeting to ksV'"J be held by the i£ Miami section, N.C.J.W., Wedr nesday after9 noon at Kaplan hall of Temple Israel. Mrs. Nat L. Williams and Mrs. Stanley C. r Myers, who [elegates to the recent 18th convention of Council, j„e a resume of the conferLons held in Dallas Tex^ Idenls of other Jewish I's organizations have been to attend to honor Mrs. L president of the Miami I Mrs Seli is Greater MiLirman of the SOS drive Ls for oversew survivors) (airman of the women's 1 special gifts division of f Sinai hospital drive. Spinoza Forum Opens Its Twelfth Season Twelfth season of the Spinoza Forum for adult education will open 3:30 p.m. Saturday with a lecture on "Is There a Future for the Jew in Europe?" by A. P Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The series of lectures and book reviews will be held at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th st between Collins ave. and I dr. Schedule of forums for December includes a review of L K Rosinger's "Restless India"' by Edward Clarke. Dec. 7; lecture on "The Philosophy of Judaism" by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Doc 11 review of Emery Reeves' "Anatomy of Peace," by Mr. Clarke Dec. 21; lecture on "The B.: Our Atomic Age." by Dr. Max Kaufman of Hollywood, Dec 28 Charles II. Lee lectures on astronomy and atomic energy each Tuesday evening at Dr Wolfson's home. Dr. Wolfson has announced the appointment of Chaim Reuben Rose as director of the forum. ^J^istnoirndllan PAGE FIVE bses Holiday Topic Price of Thanksgiving" is bic chosen by Rabbi Irving Ian for services at 8:15 p.m. It m the Miami Beach Jewnter. The cantor and choir Aant the services. V\ speaker at the AZABar Mitzva breakfast at 9 Sunday will be Gertrude fesky, director of girls' work | fifth district. B'nai B'ritb organization. Beautiful Miami 1'Medical Center ttlei for treatment! of acut* and convalescent casee lii equipped for car* of M and mental dlaordara, [and alcoholic hablta. Pay. aerapy, Hydrotharapy and inc. Shock therapy aciantlfloaiven. |P. L. DODGE. M. D. c :i Director and Praaldant N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phonea 20243—9-1042 | Open to Members of i County Medical Assn. Two December Events Interest Beach AJC Two major event.will be planned for December by the board of the Miami Beach Women's division, American Jewish Congress, at a meeting next Friday at the Vanderbilt hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, announces. As a Chanuka present b I %  general membership, the board will sponsor a breakfast Dec, 19, second day of the holiday. Guests will be asked to bring a new member as their return present. Mrs. Benjamin I. Serrant and Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe are cochairman of the event which will feature a national speaker and the Chanuka car.dlc-lighting ceremony. Mrs. John Soifer, 1030 J. son ave., and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, 735 Meridian ave., are taking reservations for the organization's dinner dance to be held Dec 22 at the Latin Quarter. Proceeds will aid the AJC's work in combatting racial and religious [discrimination in education, housing and employment. Herbert Bayard Swope, chairman of Tropical Park's board of directors, will arrive from N< w York to il p FOR RESFRVATIONS-9-1244 You Expect And Of Course You Are Entitled To Bones!. Reliable And Intelligent Handling Of Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS SEE %  S. Shapoff, Realtor 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. [ Coral Way Phones 48-2600-48-2609 DRINK PLENTY OF DELIVIM0 TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5 GALLON BOTTLL 85c 75c Plus Bottle Deposit* M PHONE 2-4128 VENETIAN BLINDS "A Product of Craftsmen" We are now prepared to offer prompt service on bhnds. both Sew and re-conditioned. Why not place your order loday? 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PAGE SIX +Jewl§t>flcrktlari FRIDAY, %  %  li %  i BEACH B'NAI B'RITH TO CAST BALLOTS Election of officers for the Beach B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday evening in the National hotel auditorium. Up for election are Walter C. Kovner, nominated for president; Martin Genet and Harry Zukernick, first vice president; David R. Isen, Godfrey Newman, A. L. Perper. Harold Zinn and Harry Zukernick, second vice president: David R. Isen. Godfrey Newman, A. L. Perper and Raphael K. Yunes. third vice president. Sam W. Shapiro, recording secretary; Saul Goldstrom. treasurer; Daniel M. Broad, financial secretary; George Bertnian. monitor: J. Harry Day. assistant monitor: Dr. Joseph B. Pomerance, warden: Dr. Alexander Libow. guardian: Jack Abbott, David Emmer. Siegfried Geismar. Sam Lachman and Harold Turk, trustee for 3 years; Emanuel Goldstneh and Siegfried Geismar, trustee for 2 years. GROSSMAN TO ATTEND NAJCW CONFERENCE Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y. will leave for New York Thursday to attend an executive meeting of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers. Grossman was recently elected to his third term as president 01 the Southern Association of Jewish Center Workers. While in the North, lie will visit a number of community centers to gather information on center facilities that will aid in planning for the new Miami Y building. To Preach on Witness Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will lecture on "The Heap of Witness" at the Beth Jacob Friday night forum. 8:30 p.m. this evening. Cantor Louis D. Feder will lead communal singing. "Jacob Hath Taken Away" will be the rabbi's topic at adult services, 8:30 a.m. Saturday Intermediate services, it 30 a.m.. and junior congregation at 10 a.m. Saturday will be followed by a kiddush for junior groups. Bible class will be at 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman in Charge. Mincha at 5 p.m. will be followed lalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the work. B-D DAY! Is Approaching Beach Women Raise $4,200 for Aged Home Approximately $4,200 I u 1" i' turned ovei to the Jewish Home for the Aged building fund by thi Miami Beach Women's auxiliary, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, presi announced this wick. The money was received from the sumn er book project of which Mrs. Benjamin Appe] was chairman and Mrs. Benjamin Fold. co-chairman, Dec 17 has been chosen as the date for the auxiliary's anniversary and installation luncheon meeting at the Wofford hotelMrs. Phillip Weinberg, 1239 Alton rd., is taking reservations. Dr. Kaplan Is Guest At Beth David Service Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will .peak on "Dream's Invincible Empire" during services at Beth David at 8:18 P•">• tnls evening. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. Ml and Mrs. Bernard Sterling have donated the floral offering. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axelrod will be holts at the Oneg Shabbat. Sabbath services will be at 8:30 a.m. and students" services at 1030 a.m. Saturday. The Sisterhood will be host at the Sunday morning breakfast club sponsored by the ParentTeacher association at 8:45 a.m. Sunday. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins & Wath. Avet. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 Young People Choose Martin Goldberg Martin Goldbtrg was elected president of the Young People's Li ague ,.t Miami Beach Jewish Center Monday. Other officers chosen were Selma Lewis, vice president; Norma Raskin, recording secretary; Eleanor Shulang, corres] i ding secretary; Gill Godly, membership secretary, and Gershon Miller, treasurer, Fi 1 lowing the business session, the Young Judea Leaders council ]•:>


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NOVEMBER 29, 1946 ^J^/slfhridiafi r^TAPTER SETS BERSHIP RECORD membership record of %  tiii' 1 We fhapt National Chilardiac Home, was estabg tatea Nov. 13 when 140 Umbers were loffnrd I'""' Jnembers vo honored at luntcered to advertising for the chapPAGE SEVEN DOCTORS PLAN CAMPAIGN STRATEGY nnual journal to raise funds ,c Howe. point.-I out that proper Zt Will aid the care and ,,.. „ f victims of rhoumatic 7 nd rheumatic heart d.s.. e i| a s make possible the nation of research work ,.„ concluded at the Home. Homi located in Miami, is fcctarian and receives only ^ rV contributions. ; C nt at the tea were Harry n t of the Home, [njon Dreyfus, member of lirectors. Mrs. GcrLachs. president of the wa s chairman. 5T AID COURSE Aid refr*shir course for rtors in Dade county began r ing at 507 N. E. fcructors who have taken the within the past three an eligible to take this Ing. Instructors who hold authorizations and who have aught a class during the year lake ; i(fresher training in order to receive 1947 bnzation. minimum length of the will be tm hours (2 hour I Gables Center Plans New Year's Eve Dance Servicemen from Pratt Hospital will be guests with their dates at a New Year's Eve dance to be given by the Coral Gables Jewish Center at the Coral Gables Women's club. Plans for the affair will be made at a meeting of the Center 8:15 p.m. Sunday at the Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd. Sidney Lewis is chairman of the dance committee. Herbert Cole will be master of ceremonies at the dance. Home hospitality for patients and personnel of the Pratt Army hospital is also being planned. cam J n^n\ PhYSi t an ,nr 0 n nn G r ,e c Mi8mi r ***** lcadin9 part in raisin 9 fund f Jh !" campaign for a S2 500.000 Mt. Sinai ho.pi.al. Sh.wn above are (left to right) Dr. Stanley Frehling. Wm. D. singer, cha.rman of the coordinated hospital and Federation campaign; Dr. Louis G. Lylton. chairman of the physicians' division, and D-. S. Charles Werblow. The doctors are having a series of dinner meetings at various home, to enlist iho cooperation of all Jewish medical men. BISCAYNE TO PRESENT SRO Sign Goes Down MIAMI SHORES TROPHY For Center Members Party for OES Irs. Marie Appelbaum, now spying her new home at | S W. 23 ter., will sponsor ames party to benefit the i committee of the grand pter, Florida Order of EasStar. 8 p.m. Tuesday. stations may be made i the hostess or Mrs. Lena slate welfare chairman. Opening its third major weekend of greyhound racing for the current 40-night meeting, th.' Biscayne Kennel club will present a stellar 10-race card tonight and the running of the sec ond major stakes event, the Mu-n> .Shoic? Trophy, Saturday nigh: Track leadership is now held by a slight margin by Gene Roller. the Arch DeGeer star. However, he is closely challenged by Sandy Roll, Snappy Sue, Hooker, Ready Hook, Pop's Pick, Much Liked and a number 01 other high speedsters. The nightly 10 races start at 8 p.m. nightly with the daily double on the first and third races. The feature race nightly IS the ninth with the co-feature being the final tenth over the maiathon Biscayne course. Because the "standing room only" sign prevented Miami Beach Jewish & nter members from participating in Friday evening services many times last year, the Center is reserving a special section for members, th'. lr families and guests at the front of the synagogue until 8 p.m. each Friday. Members, their families and guests accompanied by members will be admitted upon presentation of a membership card at a special entrance on 14th place (off Euclid ave.) designated for that purpose. Florida Editors Meet Miami Beach will be host this weekend to 200 editors of weekly newspapers at the annual convention of the Florida Press association. Erwin D. Canham, vice president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and managing editor of the Christian Science Monitor, will be principal speaker at a banquet at the St. Regis restaurant this evening. 6-D DAY! Approaching LEGAL NOTICES pTICK IS lll.KKHY GIVEN thnt uderaigned, desiring to engage In Itn ri. -iltlouH name of I DYKE Mi iTuKS, ;il 2976 N. W. lh Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intend to %  aid i with the Clerk II i.f Hade County, Ha. 0I.ARKN.-1-: .1 WAI.UACE SAMUEL l-'I.KSCH Co-owners. A.' JOFTE, %  1.1 Applicants. 1:' B-1J-JO-27 PT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai undei-sim,. .1. desiring tt> engage In [, %  1.1 %  fictitious nnine of fHIDA LTHOLHTERY SL'rn.Y |>I Miami, Florida, '"[' % %  ••: %  -• Hi.said name with '•ircult Court of County, 1" nrlda. HERBKR1 HOFFMAN -BETTY HOFFMAN RAW) II LEVIN, ippllcanta. Beth Jacob Women Plan Chanuka Concert Final plans for its Dec. 17 Chanuka concert will be made by Beth Jacob Sisterhood board members when they meet at the hone of Mrs. Jack Hirsch, 645 Lenox ave., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday for luncheon. A preview of motion pictures taken at the Sisterhood tea last monin will be shown. The general membership will see the film at a meeting Dec. 10. Three Games Open Y Basketball League With a score of 47 to 14, Club 8 ,.1 the Beach Y basketball leaguewon over the Royal Palms Sunday in thseries opi ner. t mar., with score of 22 points, was high point niar for Club The second game, Flamingos \s. Jesters, ended in a score of 13 to 23 in favcr of the Flamingos. High point man was Shyman who had a score of 21 points. Hardest fought game was the third when the Playboys won over the Comets, 47-41. Brooks of the Plajboys was high point man with IG points. BETH DAVID TO ELECT Beth Devid congregation will elect officers and a board of directors at the annual meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the synagogue. Harry Simons will preside. Louis Heiman has been nominated for the 1947 presidency. CIRCLE TO CELEBRATE POET'S 70th JUBILEE Seventieth jubilee of Poet Abraham Raisin will be celebrated by the Workmen's Circle Vladeck Branch 699 and the ladies' club with a program of Raisin's songs and other writings Sunday evening. Dec. 8, at the Miami Y. New officers of the Ladies' club, elected last Thursday at the hot e of Mrs. Morris Jacobs, are Mrs. Joseph Wolff, chairlady; Mis. Cirel Moss, vice chairlady; Mrs. Jacobs, financial secretary, md Mi. M Braunstein, recording secretary. 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 ALPERT'S RESTAURANT No. 6 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Club Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinners and Specials SAME FINE FOODS—Our 14th Year—SAME MANAGEMENT Miami for RltT CONVAL£SCta ~< CHROMIC CASH un-fyyPark alth Resort MHO KM tootUlC be the i membership tea Membership Tea A new member will admission to to be held by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, in the home of Mrs. David Harris. 3356 Nautilus dr., Miami Beach. A home talent skit will be presented. Mrs. Irving Maicus. membership chairman, is arranging the tea. Cantor to Be Guest At P.-T.A. Meeting Cantor Maurice Mamchcs will lead group singing at the meeting of the Beth David Parent-Teacha'soriation at 2 p.m. Monday at the Talmud Torah. The meeting, in honor of Jewish Book Month, will feature an informal get-together to enable members to meel Cantor Mamches. A board meeting will be held at 12 noon ar.d Mrs. Edward Safer, president of the P-TA. will v refreshments. FRICTLY 1 V 2 MEAT MARKET 230 N. W. FIFTH STREET KNOWN AS National Kosher Provision Co. NEW YORK QUALITY MEATS ONLY PHONE 3-4225 'SitMUi •• IO'-COL'VT • FL O*OA l^q Garment Mfgrs.. n anes Cleaners, Tailors Dressmakers! BUTTONS p RF F r AU Purpose. PRESSING ROOM SUPKni1£ NGERS PINS ^LES. SCISSORS. SHEARS Phone 2-5590 nOMDA SUPPLY CO. JSjy"gler Street ACCOUNTANCY TAXATION 3FSMST-v-D,c 3 DEC. 2 FUNDAMENTALS OF FEDERAL TAX COURSE ,, l/nrmat j 0 n PEDLAR INSmUTE PACE ACCOUNTANCY ^ „„, 223 EAST FLAGLER STREE READY NOW! IN ALL STANDARD SIZES Extra Quality SEIBERLING TIRES are waiting for you! Drop in Today! Dixie is happy to announce an adequate supply of those fine Seiberling Tires you've been waiting patiently for This is your opportunity to enjoy carefree motoring! Seiberling still takes time to build the BEST ... A tire worthy o) "The Name You Can Trust in Rubber." ^V^s^S*^ Five Convenient Neighborhood Stations DIXIE TIRE C? MIAMI MIAMI BEAtH SS27 K. SOaral AT*. 8539 N. 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fefeSfSEi PAGE EIGHT +Jewistrk>rkUan i i i ; u, I. %  li 1 If Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. MJOC to Inaugurate Good Neighbor Forums Beach Temple Sponsors Templeton Concert FRIDAY, BOOK WEEK: With Jewish Book Month being observed throughout the country, it seems fitting to devote this column to the latest developments in the field of Jewish book publishing. / As usual, the Jewish Publication society occupies first place in this field. The latest additions to its long record of valuable books is "The History of the Jews of Italy" by Cecil Roth, and "The Spirit Rcturneth," a novel by Sclma Stern depicting Jewish extermination and heroism in the 14th century. The first is a "must" for intelligent Jewish reader, since it is the first history of the Jewin Italy to be written in any language.". • The second is stimulating, since its undi rlyjng "Israel forever" philosophy inspires for the thinking Jew of today. Cecil Roth's book is a solid piece of work by a noted Jewish historian covering twenty centuries, through the fall i f Mussolini's regime. Selma Stern's volume also deals with Jewish history, but it is the history of anti-Jewish persecution and n sacres six hundred years ago in t: e eectii n s of Europe now km as Germany. It makes one doubly aware of the everlasting .strength of the Jewish spirit, and of the phenomenon of Jewish survival and preservation. • • • WELCOME VOLUMES: Jewish Book Month this yi..: marks the birth in the U. S. of another important Jewish publishing house, Schocken Books. The Schocken publishing firm is new in the United State.-, but not new in Europe and in Pales tine. In fact, it has a long international history It was started in pre-Nazi Germany by Salman Schocken, who devoted much of his time, capital and energy to publishing in German translations the gems of ancient and modern Hebrew literature, It was later transplanted to Palestine, where Schocken took an active interest in the United States under the pr< of Tl eodore Schocken, son of Salman Schoken. The first two volumes published by the firm are "In Time and Eeternity, a Jewish reader edited by the well-known scholar Nahum N. Glatzer, and "The Burning Light' by Bella Chagall. The first is an anthology of postbiblical Jewish literature, presenting to the English-speaking world more than 18 centuries of Jewish life and thought. The second is a book of recollections by the wife of Marc Chagall, the famous painter, presenting Jewish middle-class life in (V Russia. The book is richly illustrated by Marc Chagall, which adds even more Jewish atmosphere to the lyrical tone in which the authoress tells the story of her early youth. Both volumes, I am certain, will be well received by intelligent readers. DR. HERZL AND SPINOZA: Coinciding With Jewish Book Month, the Philosophical Library has published two books of special interest to Jews One is Josi t Patai's "Star Over Jordan which is the biography of Dr. Her/1, the father of political Zionism The other is Rudolf Kayser's "Spinoza," the biography of the great Jewish philosopher Born and raised in Budapest, the home town of Dr. Herzl, the author of "Stai Over :; %  • revi als more details of l> ii, rly life than other biographers who concentrated hiefly on his political activities The book is very timely hi \., A ol the great interest in Palestine which is developing both amol %  WS and non-Jews • connection with the struggle i stablishment of a Jewish % Into, firsl ed in modi i n by Dr. Herzl K book on Spinoza is an exhaustive study of the life ot the gn at Jewish philosopher, his way of thinking and the surn undings in which he lived The ban which the synagogue on Spinoza, his banishment from Al m which was n o: by the municipal council i| the city, his sufferings from persecution because of his philihy all this is vividly doscribed by the author, as are the influences that made Spinoza's aiea ot God clash with the Jewish religious idea But the author. of course, does not justify the anathema which the Jews in Amsterdam proclaimed against Spinoza He points out that Spin. 's faith was like that of his' esters' purest monotheism, and that no religious tradition was closer to him than Judaism. The book has a preface written by Prof. Albert Einstein which emphasizes the fact that although Spinoza lived 300 years before our time, the spiritual situation with which ho had to cope resembles our own The book brings Spinoza's personality nearer to our present generation and will be welcomed as ? substantial contribution to the literature on the great philosopher. THIS AND THAT: The Chicago public library marked Jewish Book Month by 'Publishing a special list of the best 100 books dealing with Jewish subjects in all fields of literature published in the last three 1 years The American Russian institute' utilized Jewish Book Month to launch an appeal for gifts of Jewish volume's in Yiddish foi its public library A Ji •. ish music month will be lu^ii next year from February 7 to March (i ... It will be (ailed the Jewish Music Festival More than 50 national organizations, members of the National Jewish Music council, sponsored by the Jewish Welfare board, will A -good neighbor" policy will bo inaugurated at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregatiem when Rabbi Murray Grauer commences his second season of Friday evcning forums at 8:30 p.m. this evening. "There an' many institutions in our midst whose activities are so vital that we are extending the arm <>f cooperation to them." Rabbi Grauer said. These forums will be dedicated to the' institutions and various speakers representing them will be guests on the MJOC pulpit. Closest neighbor <>f the synagogue is the' Miami YMHA and the first forum will be dedicated to it anel its building fund campaign. Maunee Grossman, executive director of the Y, will speak on "The Y and Its Place in the Community." The choir of Schaarei Zedek Talmud Toiah, directed by Joseph Malek. will lead the congregation in liturgical and Palestinian songs. During services tomorrow morning.. Arnold Bubson, son of Mr. and Mis. Harry Bobson, will become Bar Mitzva. Fred Ochs will address the Junior congregation which meets at 9:30 a.m. Marshall Pepper will discuss the' weekly portion of the law an.l Edward Zalis will report on local activities of the Tsofim group at the Bar Mitzva breaklast. 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. E Karger will be hostesses at the 1 iddush for the Junior congregation Saturday and Mrs. Ochs and Mrs Leo Rotenberg will be hostess at the breakfast Sunday. Alec Templeton, blind pianist, composer and humorist of concert and radio fame, will be presented Jan. 9 for the fourth consecutive season in Florida by the Ruth Brotman management. His appearance will be sponsored by the religious school of Temple Beth Sholom. A reception for Templeton will be held after the concert at the Hall of Art, Lincoln rd., for invited patrons only. Advance mail orders may be sent to Dr. A. Hampton, 708 Langford bldg. Reserved seats are prices at $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 plus tax. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Temple Beth Solom Sisterhood, and Mrs. Leon Ell, head of the Temple Parent-Teacher association, are in charge of arrangements. r nearby ?**L OPERATIC Q UABTtT JOHN BROWNLEE LUCElE it in promoting the festival throughout the country The Music council is now sponsoring a contest to encourage the writing of musical works of Jewish content reflective of the spirit of the Jewish people AUGUST BROS Ry^ Is the BEST' B-D DAY! Is Approaching MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Accredited Training la Medical Technology and Laboratory Technique, Day and Evening Approved Under ft I till of Rlghti. For Catalog. Call or Write BUNCE SCHOOL OF LABORATORY TECHNIQUE La Blond Bldg„ Coral Gables. Pla. Phone 4-2*12 FULL 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 NOW OPEN Delayo's PHONE 5 8-9130 ITALIAN and FRENCH CUISINE RESTAURANT 217 5TH ST. — MIAMI BEACH Famous For DELICIOUS FOOD. WINE and BEER TO CHOOSE PROJECT Alumnae of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority will choose a local service project when they meet at the home of Mrs. Joel Newman, 6011 51st st.. Miami Beach, Tuesday evening. M U Naomi Grossman and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub will bring in l'voiiimendations for the project. Mr.; Samuel Paetro will assist the hod rs. TO HOLD ELECTIONS Election of officers will be held by the Workmen's Circle Vladeck Branch 692 Wednesday evening at the lyceum. 25 Washington ave. The organization will honor its treasurer, Samuel Katz, on his 00th birthday with a banquet on Dec. f>. EDWARD KANE ADELAIDE ABBOT December 28th: IVA KITCHELl DANCE HOMORiSJanuary 25th: RAY LEV PIANIST February 27th: BIDU SAYAO LYRIC SOPRANO March 29th: JOSEPH FUCHS VIOLINIST All Events At MIAMI BEACH SENIOSl HIGH SCHOOL 1420 Drexel Avenue Subscription $1080 itai "Ox Tickets Available At Y. M. &W.HH 1 Lincoln Road TeleplwtSJ and MORRIS BROTHEBSI 1261 Washington Limited Number ol Se-nl icnptiom Available GRADE "A" PRODUCTS MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" PHONE 5-5537 POST TIME 8.-00 P. M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY • ADMISSION 254 DAILY DOUBLE 1st* 3* QUINIELAS EVERY RACE No mlnort Admittmd A Featuring A THRILLINGI SIZZLE Hoi Box Every NigM (E.cept Sunday"! 9th Race Over the S 16 Mile CourSee D.,,ly PaP^s'or ^ F/,|||lll Hid



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BBS r^ N OVEMBER_29. 1946 kwhti torrid fan B^K8EB^SR9I PAGE NINE n Chosen To t Miami Zionists n ,h president of the t* vI!.".-, commit*? of %  %  lirt.-cl president of (Copyright. 1946, Seven Art, F PLAIN TALK •FROM ALFRED SEGAL ionist district Roth, who is ,f the Florki [Miami Way nii;h ', K-SSKS War V1 Hvman Sootin. of the disWeinklc and he succeec Jerome • Cohen, vice presiFinkelstone, reEdward Levin, ttary, Isador usurer, and Nathan ncial secretary | the board of diRosen. Board bbis Jacob '. are &>' lu; George jjng secretary; LJjporiding Bgnt'i'tlman. Biairman is L l JEWISH MOTHER GOOSE. Dr. Moses Zalesky i is thi '".I mi over to his Jewish kip.de in our town, D director of our Bureau of Jew Education which has just this daily kind! rgarten. Dr. Zalesky wa that I might at least look favorably upon his klndergarti B body will Ret the ding a kinderI dont like to see iudices so I the I etter things rent life is the sense of among infants. I • 11) wl ite children play me in school. Moth. G Obituaries SEGALL Martin Segall, 76, of 1533 S. W. Seventh BI died last Thursday In a hospital after ;. short Illness. He here three yearn ;.K<> from New York and was ;i retired manufacturer ..r men's wear. Surviving are hie wife, Mrs. Rebecca Segall; %  '' class. Eight .1 th Thats the and were being kept 1. know how it is with kids' noses in the autumn-time. A very nice young ti Miss Selma Binder, was in cl I said: "Miss Binder, what I'm interested in is the j. h — q Ulte *"*** that God is the CHABUS Mayer Chabus, B3, .li.-.l :.t his home, 1564 Collins ave., lasl Thursday after i horl lllnesH. A retired tailor, he came hi re one year ;


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flan %  %  i ii i i < I OPA Attorney Returns To Private Practice Alfred Kreisler, former enforcement attorney for the South Florida OPA district, has returned to the private practice of law with offices at 818 Seybold bldg.. following his resignation from OPA. TEACHES TAX COURSE Book Council Announces, HOSITATD^ FIREWORKS TO END ORANGE BOWL FIESTA Terrence J. Thompson, former j Annual Book Contest special agent of the intelligence; Fireworks in the Atlantic ocean unit internal Revenue service, off Miami Beach will write a r „,,',. (1 states Treasury departblazing finish to Florida's 1!>4 Orange bowl festival on Jan. .'!. Fired from five 100-foot barges anchored off Miami Beach's Lummus park, the show will be watched by thousands from scats to be Kreisler was assistant prosecut-1 erected in the park and will last ing attorney of Wayne county, Q full 48 minutes. Mich., before! Scats arc on sale at the Miami becoming OPAlBeach Chamber of Commerce ofenforcement attorney in Detroit in 1945. In July of that year he assumed his duties 'ii the Miami fice. fices along with scats for giant Orange bowl parade Lincoln road. WRITES PAMPHLET the on KREISLER recognition in Washington as the most efficient of all enforcement offices in eight slates comprising the fourth OPA region. \ i raduate of Wayne un. itj law school in p, troit, Kreisler part in a number of (. i that produced nationwide inter"Chanukah: The Festival of of. j Lights.'" a pamphlet written by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Miami The Miami Beach, was recently published bj enforcement ditne Union of Orthodox Jewish visii n recently Congregations of America received special Copii btained from the Union al 305 Broadway, New Y 7, \. Y. Rabbi Mescheloff is celebrating his tenth j i piritual leader of Coi tion B< th Jacob. A six-volume set of Qraetz's History of Jews" is the prize that the adult winner of a local book review contest will receive, Abraham P. Gannes, secretary of the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami, announces. Residents of Greater Miami are eligible to enter their reviews of hooks with Jewish content written by a Jew or non-Jew. Deadment. has Joined the teaching staff of Peninsular institute, to conduct the f e d c r a I tax course. Engaged i n the practice of line for the contest is Dec. 22. public accounting a I) d tax work. ThompSecond prize in the adult division will be copies of Sholem Asch'a "East River" and Arthur 11 and Mr? n 820 ^t ££*** %  were | a rec fc Paign to | Mount hospit,! Louis c rj ton s chain i.n I %  •"> f /\sen riM mver ana fliinur : n .i v —— Hi son is affiliated Koestler's "Thieves In the Night" ttU,h Kr Citish Namon with Benjamin sholom Aloichem's "The Old Sweater C\ n N Wiener, certiCountry" will be awarded as third ., At T THOMPSO fied public accountant of Miami. Dade Effort Renewed To Revoke Klan Charter is to pel uade Attoi in y est while he was assistant prose,;,,„..,, ., Tll| „ WaUon cut,n 8 attorney. Th,. Detroit the Ku Klux KIa „. s sUte chartcr race ots labor conl %  and ... ,. a „,, s W( .„ k b Ih( grand jury investigations of corDade County Civil Rights counrapt city officials wen i | ci u ,„ „ lt> fi:M appea] faj ed I %  irles R, J %  :. Kenmth K i -:: %  resides at 3917 N. MeOka and Henning Heldt wer. apridian ave, and is active in B'nai pointed to di •'! another letter !. ith, Mian; Beach Zionist dispointing out to Watson what aci. : ind Temple Beth Sholom. tion other states have taken against the Klan and to study To Air Job Problems alternative action it Wats n re,. .. fuses t' i act, iiems i'i Jewish "> itl will be discussed by pTTRrwflQr Torre G ge J, Talianoff, Florida regrUnUflAat. IHfcfcb toi of the Anti-DcfaHonoring their president, Mi • he speak.it Al I m Goodman, membi s of a Dux club breakfast at 10:30 Miami Beach Hadassah are pura.m at tie Miami Y gym. cha i roup of 150 trees in public is united. Charles Pali tine. The "Mollie Goodman Zal president of the boys' orFon -:" will commemorate Mrs. Home to Acknowledge Campaign Gifts \ inowledgemenl of contributions made to the Jewish Home for the Aged in response to its direct mail campaign will be sent out when all donations are tabulated, Harold Shapiro, chairman of the drive, announced this week. Contributors will be invited to attend the dedication ceremonies for the new addition to the Home On Dee. 29, Pledge cards for the $75,000 campaign were distributed Wednesday night at a meeting attended by the Home executive committee and members of the Miami and Miami Beach Women's auxiliai prize. Prizes for youth division will be announced soon. Reviews should be limited to 750 words and should be typcj written or written legibly on 8 by 10 paper. Top sheet should include title and author of book and the name, age, address, and telephone number of the reviewer. Entries should be sent to the council in care of the Burau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress bldg, Judges are Dr. M. A. Lipkind. chairman, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Max Shapiro. Fred K. Shochet and Leonard Kimball. > two tickets to the F~ I ** Chanuka ball f 0 H tt M d an v S undayw 41 the Mian,, V. n ';' a nnuaI Chanuka t, 1 ^hwui feature,ru^a "'" %  Benevolent JT 'on hall. 2300 N W iS* Sunday, Dei 15. Tickets^ lU phased at the MSTJ Jeacc %  i„ti„n> %  ?,; Salmon Balls in Vegetable Sauce I ll-oi. can 'Condensed Vege• tarian Vegetable Soup 1 cup water 1 cup cooked or canned salmon Vi cup bread crumbs 3 eggs, beaten •j tablespoon 'Prepared Yellow Mustard '_• teaspoon 'Worcestershire Sauce %  teaspoon salt 2 cups cooked rice Combine soup and water. Cook until bubbling. Flake salmon finely Rabbi Joseph L Rackonrj 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 HEIMAN TO SPEAK I. iis Heiman, of Miami, member of the Florida Hlilel ( %  been invited to uistl< late Hillel capital fiu • al Scher Memorial hall, VUsi Palm Beach, il p.m. s for thi Wi | I lm Beach comu • A g al of $100,000 is being sought in Florida to finance Hillel buildings at the University 01 Gainesville and Florida State with fork. Add remaining ingrcr ome r710S.W.I2thAV.MIAMr-i LL 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME < WE OfPICUUiY B£W£S£MT TK MAJOMTY Of NMTKn JEWISH FUNOAL I0KS Information Clod I, Fuinahod on toqunf SERVING MIAMI BEACIW MIAMI Exclusively Jewish \-Z4 HOUR *MBIU40CtM**Cfi JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director ) MEMORIAL CHAPE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERV 123b WasOngton Are. Miami Bich TM08, M. BURHS. t*. Funrl Dir*eW ABE EI8ENBERC. Tniwrtr Jh Mtw fork: 76th St. and An-Ktwdim Aw. College for W omen. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. w. Mlzell, C. K. Simon. Lawrenc. S. Faville, Funeral Dir.ctor. 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. 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U7 NOVE M^ 29, 1946 ***!*!> fhrtdfoui SI CULTURE LIES III WICI ££= OR. M. A. Ufl& Mmmmtmm ^ the agricultural scti!,.„„.„ s A! % % %  I H eberman of Ph. I^^nent national leadl 1 weuar. fund movement tag In th s respect. \\ rman of the behind In lost, ;, oi the firs II'P Hrtu, l,.r... .1 Hl'Jtl 11 rnnf.... .. PAGE ELEVEN I [he Mcond in a sertes F.i'.. mi Nflfi"""' Jewish Kd on pfonthJ erature of a people is the rv through which ciru past and its present. -Wrts a decisive influence uiure. The eternal Jewish its sustenance and from the same literature, be the people of And this is overwhelmed us. But it is also i a certain degree of other Man is the creature of ,, which once spoken and ["modifies and shapes his | draws energy [ |ts creative Baim to he in the agricultural settleni( Regrettably, however, American Jewish lagging far CSE n" W n8 the 'otal be before the lmmig Appeal to be held on t.on will be gathered to its lathft •" St. Louis. Mo ers, those men and women who ni J .announced by Donald kept the torch of Jewish learni! Atlanta! Ga The tuture of tin' alive amongst us? Jewish culture of youth is at stake Jewish Book Month, therefore dedicates itself to rekindling the spark of Jewish culture the new generation. Its naamong 'ogan Ifor example the modern Wement lor the redempIpalestine lor our people. loven to be the only solu) the age-old tragedy of | homelessness. Prophets poke of it: sages, saints tovrs reiterated it from Ito century. It found its the liturgy as the very of the Geulah, the reof Israel. then in later years after ire of emancipation, the geulah had to be transpractical terms, who the new soul? Who t new burning aspiration few Jews and later numerable thousands? (re the writers, essayists fcersof the creative wt>rd, j Pinsker. Gordon, Ahad lerzl, Nordau and many ring and dead, nted word inspires the its heroic struggle. fction at present comthat of the returnees (Babylonian captivity of ftemiah has told ". with nnc of his hands lin the work, and with Ihand held a weapon." i bitter struggle there Kp in the continuation culture. Today we of Hebrew renaislaccomplished fact. pine there is an everdemand for books. ent years an average looks daily have been j there. Moreover, the (id reading of books is to a small group of ^s but includes a large 'population, especially chairman. :; A >"•' %  %  expected to by more than l.oS .munitiel I Stales in LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COfRT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,, ., No. 16888 %  l.''';-! a'""" '" JOHN u CHBSHnOB, N "ie!."l : '•','• INTENTION TO HAKE CHARGE ''""" ''' INAI IS NOTICE la hereby given that I have niea my final report and %  >. iitiri for LEGAL NOTICES 'fUKI is Buy and read Jewish books I'."" 1 ; 1 •' ph M Proskauer for pleasure and spiritual up%  American Jewlift." An Important function oi mmittee. With the theme Book Month is guidance selection of books. Thj does not arise where Hebri Yiddish books are concerned. Books in these languages by any of the following authors displays Jewish genius and love of our priceless heritage. The authors are Bialik, Tchernichowsky, Egnon, Burlo, Barash, Mendele Peretz, Sholem Aleichem, Yehoash and Leivick. However, in selecting hooks on Jewish themes written in English one should exercise (are. Approved lists may be obi from our own Bureau of J< Education. If a list is not available, such authors as Lewisohn, Steinberg or Lowenthal are suggested. tne On the • %  cor ting Anti-S. Ami n Pi mf !" .< %  to establish nation-v Participation in the work oi i ish committee and Anti-Defamation Teag^e'o'i w sir.v.:V'.' lx ,: <:f thi Clrcull County, P rldn EDWARD RCHIN1 JACK N. WEST KARRT niETZ, %  Applicants, congret s Blrtg. O-27 with the -1 Dad NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai %  tlendened, desiring to engage in ler the flctltloue name of OCEAN BUTE HOTEL at Ml Ocean Miami Beach, Florida. Intend Irter Raid name with the Clerk Clrcull Court of Dade Countv. JOSEPH W. OELFMAN RKS8IE OELFMAN SAMrt:i. RPBIN, Atori % %  fi r Applicants. 11/15-22-29 12/11-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ui di Blrlng to engage in huflness under the fictitious name of IJTTI.i: RIVER I,lQ|-(iR STORE, nt 1932 S 1: Second Avenue Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with th" Clerk of th


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PAGE TWELVE +j*^fk*4M*r>_ FRIDAY, ij I h % %  i • UJA Appeal Before Local Budget Group Representatives of the United Jewish Appeal will appear before the Greater Miami Jewish Federation budget committee to make application for a financial grant Dec. 9, according to Victor Garvey, Federation assistant in community planning. Work of the budget committee in reviewing applications of local and national organizations should be concluded by that time. Garvey said. The committee's recommendations will be brought up for consideration by the Federation board of directors in midDecember. Agencies will be notified of the committee's recommendations 10 days prior to the board meeting MARRIAGE TOPIC FOR MONDAY LECTURE "Religious and Historical Attitudes Toward Marriage and Divorce" will be discussed by Rabbi Murray Grauer at 8 p.m. Monday at the Miami Y. The rabbi's lecture is part of the Jewish education and culture program sponsored by a number of Miami organizations. The Haskalah movement will be outlined by A. P. Gannes in Tuesday morning's session of the School for Jewish Women to be held at the Peninsular institute. 223 E. Flagler st„ at 10:30 a.m. His speech will be entitled "The Dawn: The Period of Enlightenment." BOOK COUNCIL ISSUES QUESTIONNAIRE What ten books should every Jewish person read? That's the question which the Greater Miami Jewish Book council is asking in a questionnaire sent out to hundreds of local residents. Opinions will be tabulated and analyzed, A. P. Gannes. secretary of the council, announced. Beth Sholom Services "The Pilgrim Fathers, the Columbians and the 'Stranger' will be Rabbi Leon Kronish's sermon topic for service this evening at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom An Oneg Shabbat will follow with the Mesdames Levinson. Rebecca Hoffman. Abraham Schiff. Ben Seidler and M. Weiss as hostesses. Marybelle Norton, San Carlo Opera star, u-.ll sing the role ,,f Musette in the Miami Opera Guild's production oj "La Boheme." according to />-". Arturo di Filiipi, director of the Guild. The Jan. 14th performance mill be patron zed by Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, and a portion oj the proceeds will be dowoted to B'nai B'rith's hospital projects. 7".c>'.< ts may i>c obtained from Marx Feinberg, chairman, al the Congress bldg, 2,500 Refugees Expected In Next Few Months Approximately 2.500 refugees largest immigrant group since the war—are expected to arrive from Europe in the next few months. Victor Garvey, assistanl to munity planning for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, states that six ships will bring the dis1)1.ii ed persons t" the U S. ports in December and the early months of 1947. Arrival <>f refugees has been delayed by the maritime strike fur several months. Active participation in the refugee care program by Miami is doubtful due to housing difficulties. However, the Miami refmittee, composed of Federation, Jewish Social service bureau and the National Council of Jewish Women's service to the foreign born department, has offered to accept a quota of two refugee units (three persons) per month. The offer was made to United Service to New Americans. national agency for aid to refug< es. IN THE MAIL Rabbi Commends Stand On Hospital Kashrus To The F.ditor: I should like to express my nearty approval of your editorial ur ging a Kosher policy foi the Alton Road and Mt. S.na. hos•„ lals We are building a new fewish community in Miami. Why can't we build democratically and take into consideration the religious principles of all segments of the Jewish Ppulace. There is no ground to feel that there is opposition from the board ,,f trustees to the inclusion of Kosher facilities in Mt. Sinai hospital There is, however, a great need for an expression of policy with regard to this matter. There are many individuals who are overjoyed at the thought of a Jewish hospital in our community, but who would like to see the word "Jewish" defined by a regard for Jewish tradition. May I commend you for the service you have rendered Miami Jewry by giving public expression to what is being discussed in our homes and houses of worship. Respectfully yours, RABBI MURRAY GRAUER. ORTHODOX: CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington ave., Miami J ,„ ^ EGA TI0NBEu 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. $5,000 DOUBLES IN AGED HOME PROJECT To The Editor: After reading the November 22 issue of the Jewish Floridian in connection with the $1 Building Fund Campaign (of the Jewish Horn,for the Aged), I wish to take the opportunity to congratulate and thank you wholeheartedly for the way in which you have analyzed the entire project. I must confess that I was a little skeptical after the 5,000 $1 bills were mailed out, but after tie returns began to pour in it was evident that the success of this campaign was assured. I am happy to report to you that up to and including ThursMIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Truitworthy Real Ectat* Servlc* 606 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 6-BMS Rabbi Grauer on WKAT Rabbi Murray Grauer will be guest speaker on Station WKAT's weekly religious program at 8:15 a.m. Sunday. The rabbi will discuss "Unity." B-D DAY! Is Approaching WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Iri3'i tutional Equipment Llf* I mil ranee Etta tee Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Llf* In*. Co. #07 Blacayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9M1 Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment FOR LAYOUTS GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "8*ti*f*ctory Work by Experienced Man" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4MO0 / TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1113 S. W. 21st 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 135 N w. n, ird %  Max Shapi* Abraham Friedman "EACH JEWISH t M15 Euclid ave.Maa. Rubin Irving Le hrmjM Sloan, executive dim LIBERAL: TEMPLE BETH SHOLl Chase ave., Miami Be^j Leon Kronish, Canto I Kclemer. day, November 21st, we had approximately 2,700 envelope* returned with a total cash of $10,116. and about 2.300 envelopes are still outstanding. I would also like to mention that the latest returns contain larger amounts. I will be glad to give you an additional report before you go to press for the next issue. In view of the enormous success of this $1 campaign I feel that I no longer have to conceal my identity as being the sponsor of this project. We must also | mind that we have conta 5.000 people and 20.01 still talking about the 1 I want to thank you i your wonderful coopenta for the publicity that j given us in your pap time you desire to records of this project i available to you. Sincerely MAX ad 1100 Hth Street. Miami Beach, Fla. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
orld Zionist Congress May Split
11 .nsble you t0 understand the news _________, _

Bv PHILIP RUBIN
E-cond World Zionist Congress is
1 one
of the most fateful periods in
and its decisions may mark a
history ana ll *"**"*" -----* ------ **
- int in the history of political Zionism.
r Presses though always burdened with
V oroblems. were marked by a degree of
f v They Were gatherings of the chosen
\ latives of millions of Jews throughout the
B"d their significance generally went be-
the specific purpose for which they were
(he twenty-first World Zionist Congress
viZat ? GueneVQ in 1939' the clouds of war
we e already hovering over Europe and the Hit-
ente sword was hanging dangerously over the
threats of millions of Europe's Jews. Though that
Congress was marked by profound statesman-
ship and realization of the impending tragedy,
u^u u"?iagine' even 'm ,heir darkest moments,
mat the Hitlerite plague would decimate 6,000,000
Oi our people.
But that is the appalling fact facing the
twenty-second World Zionist Congress. It is
important to note that this is the first World
Zionist Congress to be held in seven years.
Congresses are usually held every two years,
but it was impossible to convene one during
the war years.
On Partition Issue
Last year, though, there was an international
gathering in London of the Zionist Actions com-
mittee, chosen by the previous Congress. This
body, however, could not speak as authoritatively
for the entire world Zionist movement as the
Congress itself, whose delegates are chosen by
the rank and file of the Zionist movement, as a
matter of fact by all Jews who pay the shekel.
Next, it is important to realize that whereas up
to seven years ago European Jewry played a
dominant part at the Zionist Congresses, at this
one the Jewries of only two countries that are out-
side Europe will predominatethe United States
and Palestine. The Jews of Europe have been so
reduced in numbers and so impoverished that
________(Continued on Page 4)______
lli^viislbJEIlipipidliiQUP
THT JEWISH UNITY I
THE JEW ISH WE
EJMF19 NUMBER 48
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
I Aviv Official Sees
War Possibility
IVI
.BUSALEM (JTA)Terror-
fin Palestine may bring the
Jtry h) the brink of civil war,
pi Perisen, the vice-mayor
li Aviv, warned this week at
feting of the city's municipal
He attacked the Jewish
YV Renames Post
War II Hero
It Brown is new commander
le Jewish War Veterans post
th now bears the name of his
(Radioman 3 c Norman Bruce
Ln, who died while serving
Okinawa
rown was i lected Monday eve-
j when the Freda Markowitz
1174 of Miami voted to change
name to honor the World War
nero who was formerly its
ma,
|ormal dedication of the name,
~ iBruee Brown post, awaits
Jroval of the national execu-
committee which will re-
pe the resolution at the na-
pal JWV convention now con-
1 at Atlantic City, N. J.
graduate uf Miami Senior
lh school, Norman Bruce
fcwn was a member of Torpedo
Jiadron Nine and had a record
|425 hours in the air when he
"lied during a bombing at-
inew Navy medal will be pre-
?led posthumously at the dedi-
lion ceremonies. Dr. Maurice
Pin, immediate past command-
lot the post, announced.
*rving with the new corn-
er will be Sidney Needle-
a, first vice commander; Perry
TO junior vice commander;
Klein, judge advocate; Morti-
Ck n rank' lnrt'e~year trustee;
Burd, two-year trustee.
extremists for attempting "to im-
pose their will" on the Jewish
community.
The Jewish Agency also assail-
ed extremist activities, while the
Haganah warned that it will be
compelled to take "practical
steps" even it" it must resort to
arms, should the extremists con-
tinue to carry out assassinations
such as the killing of Moshe Ben
Zezale), Jewish detective, who
was shot dead in Tel Aviv on
Tuesday.
An Agency spokesman told a
press conference that it had taken
measures to put a halt to terror-
ist activity, but declined to state
what these measures were. He
pointed out, however, that the
root ot all the trouble in Pales-
tine was the administration of the
country.
Moshe Shertok, Agency politi-
cal chief, addressing a service-
men's meeting in Tel Aviv, said
that the Jewish community must
resist the attempt which is be-
ing made to represent it as
ing the blood of innocent nun
HC also called for the immigration
of 200.000 displaced Jews and a
Jewish state with a Jewish army.
TO BE POSTPONED
LONDON (JTA)The Pales-
tine conference, which is sched-
uled to resume on Dec 16, is
likely to be postponed until Janu-
ary, it is reported here.
The report states that Prof.
Selig Brodetsky. president of the
Hoard of Deputies of British
Jews, suggested a postponement
to Colonial Secretary Arthur
Creech-Jones last Tuesday. It
I adds that many Jewish leaders
are anxious that the conference
1 not be resumed until after con-
clusion of the World Zionist Con-
. which will probably end
in the last week of December.
It is also pointed out that an-
other reason for postponement is
the fact that many of the British
and Arab delegates are in New
York attending the United Na-
tions Assembly, and it is unlikely
t) | | thej can be back in England
by Dec. 16.
A spokesman for the Colonial
office denied categorically this
week ihat the British government
had offered the Jewish Agency
a partition scheme which the
A .ncy accepted. _______
UJA Meets to Chart
1947 Aid for Jewry
ATLANTIC CTY, N. J.More than 1,200 representatives of
Jewish communities in every section of the United States gath-
ered here for the official opening today of the extraordinary
National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs and Palestine, which will study the problems
and needs of European Jewry and draw up a program of recon-
struction and resettlement action in Europe, Palestine and the
United States in 1947 that will have far-reaching significance for
the future of the Jews.
One of the most important decisions to be reached at the
?Atlantic City conference will be
the determination of the 1947
Council
Hard of
to Aid
Hearing
Miami Hebrew School Buys Lot
In Southwest, Begins Classes
Ss-.tsrtirrrMJS
activities was announced this muining.
week by the Miami Hebrew u ;| boal.d 0f directors meeting
School and Junior Congregation. jn lhc home of Sam
The southeast corner of S. W. R bloonli 1936 S. 16th St.,
11th st. and 12th ave. was bought .^ heada wcre chosen,
by the organization following ne- M,.s Edward L. Becker.
|0ME GETS $15,696
1 NOVEL CAMPAIGN
[Returns on th* Jewish Horn*
f" the Aged direct mail cam-
m stood at $15,696 from
" People Tuesday morning.
* Greenberg. originator of
! Project, revealed.
1Te ,housand $1 bills were
* by the Home two
"* ago with an appeal for
lo^b"!ions to complete the
IS* "ta the MaiL" page 12.
Mrs. Milton -... _;-/.
congregation. Mrs. Minna Ross. J"*
Plans for the erection of a hey GlanU, telephone, Mis
building on the property are go- K,,,be|., sick; Mis. Nat
S forward rapidly. A. M. Drew- gg^ d M,, Max Jacob -
ich president, announced. L, d refreshments; Sam Kostoit.
Meanwhue. the congregation Rations; Herbert Feldanhos-
will Suet tuition-free classes s uul registration;
in Heb.ew education for chii-
d,en at the Riverside Eleinenar
school. 221 S. W. 12th ave;
4 to 6:30 p.m. Monday througn
Friday. ,., ,1.,
Arrangements r-
through the coope
Dade county boa... M^^sSoktt Nat
^novr the supervision of Rabbi gJ?BSjJ *
Boy"approaching Bar ^SSS^Hi Jaeobskind and .
will be coached individu liy.1 f .)ton Weiner.
Sabbath services
Education of pre-school chil-
dren who are hard of hearing is
being undertaken by the Miami
section. Nation..! Council of Jew-
ish Women, as 0 local serv.ee
p: jject.
Council will help finance and
expand the Alexander Graham
Bell Oral fechoo! which teaches
children between the ages of
three and five years to lip read,
I to use whatever residual hearing
they may have and to speak evoU
though they may never have
heard their own voices.
Twenty-one children have been
attending classes sponsored by
the Miami Society for the Hard
of Hearing which will continue
to supervise the school with
Council.
Representing Council on the
governing board will be Miy
Nathaniel Levin. Mrs. Stanley U
Myers, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine
jand Mrs. Nat L. Williams, presi-
dent Four members of the So-
ciety for the Hard of Hearing
will also serve on the board.
Lockheed hall, city-owned
property at N. W. 18th st. and
Eighth ave., has been secured for
the school.
Non-sectarian, the school re-
quires highly trained teachers
and special equipment.
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis has been
quota of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. The action of the delegates
will indicate the measure of re-
sponsibility which American Jews
will be prepared to assume in the
coming year for the rehabilita-
Representing Greater Miami
will be Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Jacob Sher, Irving
Frankel, Sam Blank. Wm. D.
Singer, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
William Glick. Joseph R. Stein
and Herbert Scher.
anu '.ft'"-------- .
Reiner building and Pa>''ame"-
. David Kleber. board of
education, and Hershey Glantz,
e8nt-of-arms.
Ambers of the financial com-
were made ; k SU)IM, chairman;
operation of the |.e & _
oard of instruc- gbh* Rosenbloo,n. Mr. Sara
., I ctno Benjamin 1
supervision of Rah... ^ bl,rp< Herbert
ji children will t | Newman, Mi
,p traditional manner. BeI
tion and reconstruction of the
1.500.000 Jewish survivors of total
war and Nazi persecution in Eu-
rope. A report on the achieve-
ments in the 1946 drive to raise
$100,000,000 for the programs of
the Joint Distribution committee,
United Palestine Appeal and the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans will be presented to the
National Executive committee of
the United Jewish Appeal which
n eets today.
The National Conference, which
will be attended by high govern-
ment officials and by some of the
n.ost distinguished Jewish lead-
e:s from Europe and Palestine,
will continue through Dec. 2, with
sessions divided between the huge
Convention hall here and the Am-
bassador hotel.
The status of the displaced Jews
in the American zone in Europe
who have doubled in number
from 100,000 a year ago today to
200,000 at the present time, will
mis. j""" -7r"fi~ 200,000 at the present time, wi.
appointed chairman of theifinance discussed by U. S. Secretary
committee which will make plans _...
to raise funds for the project.
^JffSK1-^ Weiner-
PUBLISHER TO ADDRESS
B'NAI B'RITH LODGE
Fred K. Shochet. editor and
publisher of The Jewish Florid-
ian. will address B'nai B'rith
Sholem lodge at the weekly
luncheon meeting. 12:15 p.m.
today in the Downtown Club
restaurant. Seybold bldg. His
topic will be "Good and Wel-
fare."
of War Robert P. Patterson and
Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring, as-
sistant Secretary of State for oc-
cupied areas, on behalf of the
American government, and by
three representatives of the dis-
placed Jews themselves.
The spokesman for the dis-
placed Jews will be Leon Retter,
general secretary of the Central
Committee of the Liberated Jews
of Germany; Dr. Boris Pliskin,
head of the health department of
the Central committee, and Sam-
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Mrs. Ida Optner will be! Havana yesterday to join his
sponsor for the University of wife and her mother, Mrs Wil-
Miami at its final football game! liam Solomon, who have been
of the 1946 season this evening there since last weekend,
in the Orange bowl. The Hur-| Taking her first trip by plane
ricanes chose "Mom" Optner Susie Reese, infant daughter o
for the honor unanimously Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reese, of
Tuesday night. i Baldwin. Long Island, arrived
Mrs. Oscar Argintar left this' yesterday with her parents and
week for Tampa where she was brother. Peter They are visit-
joined by her daughter. Ester, ing her grandparents. Mr. and
for the Thanksgiving weekend. Mrs. Morris Joseph and great-
They are visiting Mr. Argintar s! aunt. Mrs. Emma Friend. I lib
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ( Ocean dr.
and Mrs. Max Argintar. Ester Harvey Relman. son of Mr.
is a senior at Florida State Col- and Mrs. William Relman, 1255
leqe for Women. IS. W. 19th ter., arrived home
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin yesterday for the Thanksgiving
were first prize winners at the weekend. He is a law student
rumba contest staged by Valdez at the University of Florida at
and his partner at the Emma Gainesville.
Lazarus dance Saturday at the Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Good-
President Madison hotel. Miss man board the Queen Eliza- \
Ethel Pont and Marty Goldberg beth today in New York en |
placed second. Both couples route to the World Zionist Con-!
raceived champagne as their gre.ss in Basle, Switzerland.
r'rV?S' w .. t^ Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mr and Mrs Abe Frankel Cohen 352g Pme Tree dl Mi.
will be hosts to their friends at Qmi BeQch/ Qre Mr Qnd Mrs ,
a house warming from 3 to 7 Abmham Go]dman_ of New;
(i l2&1?%32 fa"?'paren,s;' Mrs'Cohen,
have just returned from Newj Thanksgiving day served
York after a five months' visit. \f?uhl? P"Pose M[; n Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bobson.!*?8- BLen B1- "0 S W. 30th
1520 S. W. Fifth st.. will hold a rd- who celebrated their 16th |
reception Sunday afternoon in redding anmversary yester-,
honor of their son, Arnold, who ^"
will become Bar Mitzva during' Returning with Miss Frances
services at the Miami Jewish Cooper last week was her cou-
Crthc dox Congregation tomor- shi, Irving Streidelman, of
row morning. Brooklyn. N. Y. Miss Cooper.
Miss Janice Sherry will ar- President of Business and Pro-
rive from Chicago Monday to Sessional Women's division of
spend the winter with her par-. Hadassah, was a delegate to
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherry the Hadassah national conven-
. Eugene Charles Heiman ,10n m Boston.
has been pledged to Tau Ep-1 Miss Charlotte Ann Frank,
silon Phi fraternity at the Uni- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
versity of North Carolina injris B. Frank, 1031 West ave.,
Chupel Hill. A freshman stu- will piny the lead in the play
dent, he is the son of Mr. and "Accent on Youth" which opens'
Mrs. Louis Heiman. His father I Wednesday at the University
Alabama To Be Home
Of Myron Stermans
Miss Jeanne Lola Freehling and
Myron .1 Sterman were united In
marriage in a ceremony perform-
ed Sunday by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman In the Shelborne hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
,nd Mrs, Jerome E. Freehling.
1239 S W 19th ter. Mr. Sterman
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Sterman of Fayette, Ala.
The bridegroom's stater, Gloria.
attended the bride, and his two
brothers, Milton and Allen, served
,s best man and usher.
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
ind Mrs. I. Freehling, the bride's
grandparents; Mrs. Julius Q. Wil-
son and Mrs. I. Woolfe. her aunts;
Mr. and Mrs Alex Sterman. the
bridegroom's parents, and his
nint. Miss S. Sterman.
The bride attended the Univers-
ity of Alabama where she was a
member of the Sigma Delta Tau
sorority.
Mr. Sterman. a former student
ol the University of Alabama, re-
cently was discharged from the
\rmy air corps after serving four
years.
After a honeymoon in New
^oik the couple will make their
home in Fayette.
Massachusetts Couple
Wedded In Miami
Honeymooning in Cuba after a
marriage ceremony performed by
Rabbi Murray Grauer Sunday,
arc Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Ellins.
The ceremony took plrne in the
home of the bridegroom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ellins, 1901
S. W. 16th st.
The bride, the former Corrine
Rosenblatt, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosenblatt
of Bo.--ton. She was a correspon-
dent for the Russian relief dur-
ing the war. Mr. Ellins is a chem-
ist for General Electric in Pitts-
field. Mass., where the couple will
resi le upon their return.
also a member of TEP.
Judge Harold Spaet flew to
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family. Room, board and small
salary. Write Mrs. Cashman,
845 S. W. 13th Ct.. or telephone
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of unusual beauty
Her home is her hobby?
Then she's wishing for
Christmas gift lamps to
light her home with love-
liness lamps from Bur-
dine's beautiful collection'
She'll believe in Santa
Claus if her gift comes
from Burdine's!
BED LAMP, fluorescent
lighting. Aqua or sand
color........................each $7.98
COLONIAL LAMP, of clear
glass. Scenic shade, each $15
LENOX TABLE LAMP, in-
direct lighting ...each $29.95
MODEBN TABLE LAMP.
of crackle finish pottery
each $23.75
BOUDOIR LAMPS, dainty
plazed pottery, with shades
pair $14.95
of Micmi. Miss Frank is a
junior at the university where
she is majoring in dramatics.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer of
Hibiscus Isle and Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Gordon of Nautilus dr.,
flew to Mexico and Guatemala
for a 10-day holiday Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Liebling. of j
San Marino Isle, are spending
several days in Cuba Mr.
and Mrs. David Bass of North
Bay rd., will hold open house
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Orovitz and Miss Shirley
Richter and her fiance, Richard
Bronner, Sunday afternoon. i
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
SHECHTER-KAHN
Miss Marcella Joan Shechter
has chosen Jan. 6 for her mar-
riage tn Max Lewis Kahn of
Spartansburg, S. C. Their en-
gag( ment is announced by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip J.
Shechter, 727 Jefferson ave. Mr.
Kahn is the son of Mrs. Raye
Kahn of Philadelphia, Pa. The
ceremony will take place in the
Alcazar hotel.
The bride-to-be, a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, is a
sophomore at tht. University of
Miami where she is studying
music. Mr. Kahn attended schools
in New York and Philadelphia
and is a veteran of three years'
service in the coast artillery.
Temple Plans Brunch
An informal membership get-
together in the form of a brunch
will be held et 10:15 a.m. Sunday
at Frances K. Powell restaurant.
761 41st st., by Tempi. Beth
anolom.
urdme's
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Suits. Dreuea or Sportswear
Write KAY
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Texas Girl Engaged
To Leonard Covan
The engagement of Miss Sydell
Feldman to Leonard L. Covan.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Covan. 2318 S. W. 20th st.. is an-
nounced by her mother. Mrs. Lil-
lian Feldman, of Corpus Christi,
Texas. The couple plan to be
married early next summer.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Texas where she
was a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority. Mr. Covan was
recently discharged from the
Navy and is now attending the
University of Miami. He is a
member of the Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity.
After a short visit to Miami,
Miss Feldman and her father.
Dave Feldman, Falfurrias, Texas,
returned to Texas Monday.
Miss Browns fc
'"" will be uT"*1!
5 MndHar"i ISO
J*''1'1" Murray cl *%
*ecSm2,^f
will follow at th Ar*
bride-elec*, J^-A
20,h ave. i8?!*!
8on Mr. and V^'M
"ft, MUW
A native (,f p,- v "M
" school in Pit W
recenUvb
f"'l:; ,;" NavyaterSL
(',u; ^CN hr J
wcdd'B are Mr. J^J*]
Brown. Mr. and Mr; uSJ
Mr. and Mr, j^M
eph I'Mnakmv, MrsBfrf
thv St;'fford ar.d daiZl
ren, ol Milwaukee '
Th* coupl* plans lotfcL
,,"""li lour through Flail
w'H live in Milwaukee" J
months before returauvj
ami.
Mark Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. H. Furman. 359
Meridian ave., celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary by
holding open house last Sunday
afternoon. Fourteen-year resi-
dents of Miami, they were mar-
ried Nov. 15, 1896, in New York.
Their son, Joseph, resides with
them. Another* son, two daugh-
ters and five grandchildren live
in New York.
August bp'o&i
is the fli Iff
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Hold Holiday Party
A Thanksgiving party will be
held at 3:30 p.m. today at the
Beach Y's weekly "Fun Fest" for
all young people between the
ages of 6 and 14, Boys and girls
will participate in games and a
grab bag.

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1946
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m NEXT WEEK
BETH DAVID
nts next week will
gl congregation in
building
fund cam-
, in the drive will be
'.ti" when Rabbi James
Kcinnati will be guest
"Cm,. and Mrs. Louis
wh Will be hosts, have
invitations to members
" '" .,, for the banquet
iifTheld at the Victor
, Heiman is chairman
''.;.,..l gift c .mmittee.
Kpacity at the dinner
! to 225 people,
drive eventa next week
gpecial gifts committee
L 10:30 a.m. Sunday in
,lffuv, at the Seybold
Ld a parlor meeting at the
,f Harry Markowitz, gen-
iian. 801 N. E. 74th st..
iv ever M
Pand Mrs. Stanley C. My-
. hosts at a parlor meet-
ening and Jacob
chairman of the initial
... a dinner at
cazar hotel Tuesday eve-
ition of Beth
I .Mil begin un-
supervision of Ben Essen
Lg the Dec. banquet.
i"board to meet
Irish Social Service bureau
j of directors will meet at
liami Beach Jewish Center
[day evening. Mrs. Benja-
Meyers. president, an-
tes.
oris will be made by the
Le, personnel and mem-
lip committees.
LUCIELLE BROWNING
The name Footlight Favorites
applies both to the music offered
and to the personnel of this op-;
eretta quartet. John Brownlee,
Edward Kane, Lucielle Browning
and Adelaide Abbot, the four art- ]
ists appearing here at 8:30 p.m
Monday at Miami Beach Senior
High school have distinguished
themselves in all fields of musical
entertainmentgrand opera, op-
eretta, musical comedy, concert
and radio.
Their local concert will Inaugu-
rate the Community Concert Ser-
ies under the auspices of the YM
& YWHA of Miami Beach. Leo
Huberman is chairman of the
series.
John Brownlee. baritone, was
born in Australia. His vocal
career did not begin until he was
graduated from college when
Dame Nellie Melba heard him and
JOHN BROWNLEE
urged him to make singing his
profession Now a star at the
opolitan, the Chicago and
San Francisco Opera companies,.
he has sung leading roles in
Covent Garden, the Pi Grand
Opera. Teatro Municipal in Rio
Ide Janiero and major opera
houses throughout the world. A
til t, he is equally at
home in operetta.
The lem r of the quartet. Ken-
tucky-born Edward Kane, is a
| former winner of the $5,000 At-
water Kent prize. While in col-
lege, he toured Europe as soloist
'with the glee club of Emory uni-
versity and later studied music at
Curtis institute in Philadelphia.
| His opera engagements include
I performances at the Teatro Colon
in Buenos Ants and thi New
York City Center Opera company.
He broadcasts on many radio pro-
grams and usually spends his
EDWARD KANE
summers performing in operetta.
Lucielle Browning, contralto of
the Metropolitan association,
comes from Durham, N. C. A
prize pupil of the late Marcella
Sembrich, Miss Browning sang on
the air before she made her op-
eratic debut with the Philadelphia
Opera company. In 1936 she
reached the finals of the "Metro-
politan Auditions of the Air" and
today she sings leading roles at
that opera house.
Adelaide Abbot, lyric colora-
tura soprano of Footlight Favor-
ites, has a voice of phenomenal
range: three octaves to G above
high C. Born in Hartford, Conn.,
i she is a graduate of the Chicago
Musical college and a former pu-
pil of Nelli Gardini and Mary
len. She began her career as
understudy in the Chicago Opera
company, then toured the country
as prima donna with the French
ADELAIDE ABBOT
Opera company. From 1939-40
millions heard her as leading lady
of the World's Fair spectacle
"Railroads on Parade;" the next
season a scholarship won her an
engagement at the Berkshire
Music festival. Appearances with
the New York City Center Opera
company followed, and since then
she has concertibed extensively
and broadcast over major net-
works.
Marcel Frank, composer and
arranger for the Footlight Favor-
ites, was born in Vienna and came
to America at the age of eight.
A winner of the Geneva prize for
composition, he later became a
protege of the great composer,
Felix Weingartner.
All members of the Footlight
Favorites have given of their
time and talent to USO activities
and the entertainment of service-
men.
Seminar On Palestine
Planned By Habonim
Climaxing the month-long visit i
of its Palestinian delegate. Ha- \
bonim will hold a two-day semi- j
nar this weekend. Sessions will
begin at 3 p.m. Saturday at the
Mannheimer school and will con-1
tinue all day Sunday at the!
Beach Y.
A panel of five speakers will
be present. Moshe Zamir, the
organization's Palestine delegate,
will discuss the Palestine labor
movement (Histadrut) and the
cooperative movement in Pales-
tine.
Other discussants will be
Joshua Stadlin, who will speak on
the Hebrew language in Pales-
tine; A. P. Gannes. director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, on
Palestine in the historical light;
Rabbi Leon Kronish. on the de-
velopment of the idea of llagana:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, on the po-
litical situation in Palestine.
The seminar will conclude with
a campfire at Baker's Haulover
Sunday evening to which the
public is invited.
Arrangements for the seminar
were made by Zamir, Mrs. Nat
Breen and Marty Martell.
Palestine Night Next
For Pioneer Women
"A Night in Palestine" will be
[presented by the Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization for Palestine,
club number two, 8:30 p.m. Sat-
. at the Beach Y.
Taking its theme from life in
the Holy Land, the program will
include a dramatic sketch by
members of Hubunim; songs by
thi Silverman quartet, assisted
by A. M. Dorff; a talk by A. P.
Gannes, director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education; recitations
! y Manya Shubow, and a motion i
picture en Palestine
In charge of arrangements are
IE. Dorff, M. Shubow, D. Lieb-
I man, Lena Mintzes and Hadassah
! Ratn< r.
Miami Y to Nominate.
Hear Building Report
Nomination of officers will
be held by the Miami Y at the
annual meeting Tuesday eve-
ning at the Y. Maurice Gross-
man, executive director, an-
nounces.
A report on the Y's new
building, which was started
Tuesday, will be made.
Election of officers will take
place Jan. 8.
Variety Art Party
Planned By Chorus
A "Variety Art Party" will be
held by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Folk Chorus 8:30 p.m. Sun-
daw Dec. 8, at the Beach Y. The
memorial conceit previously
planned has been cancelled.
Soloists will entertain. The af-
fair will be under the direction
,f Louis Powcsky, conductor of
the chorus.
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
Opera Guild of Miami j
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Byron Cirlin Becomes
Bar Miteva At Temple
Byron Cirlin. son of Dr. and
Mrs. M. B. Cirlin. will become Bai
Mitzva during services at Tem-
ple Israel 8:15 p.m. this ev.
A reception will be tendered by
Dr. and Mrs. Cirlin after trie
services. ...
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
preach on "The Dream of Life
during this evening's services.
Regular Saturday morning I
jhip services will begin tomorrow
at 11 a.m. in the Temple.
Presents
"LA BOHEME," by Puccini
January 11th-l3th.l4th.16th
"BARBER OF SEVILLE," by
Rossini
With All Metropolitan Stars
March 1st-3rd and 4th
Tickets on Sale at
Co.dellia's, Amidon s, Burdine'i,
M.ami Beach Radio Shop, and
Opera Guild Office. 625 S. W.
?Qth Rd. -Phone 3-5967.
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KOSHER KITCHEN SUPPORTED
(Continued from Page 1)
they are nilly-wllly forced to
yield leadership to the Jews of
this country and Palestine,
The United Stales now con-
tains about half of the Jewish
population of the world and
We cue truly grateful for the favorable calls, letters and per
sonal expressions that greeted The Jewish Floridian's appeal
to Mt. Sinai hospital directors.
In voicing its desire that a kosher kitchen be installed now j most of the wealth and political
_ ... j n*. influence of world Jewry is
in the Alton Road hospital and that plans for the proposed Mt. ( concentrafed nere Palestine
Sinai institution likewise include these provisions. The Jewish Jewry, greatly increased in
Floridian believes that it was expressing the sentiment of a! numbers, in prestige and fight-
, _, | ing capacity during the war
majority of the rank and file of the community. The response yearg baltling ,or Jewish tur.
left no doubt. Some surprise was elicited that there should vival and Jewish statehood on
the spot, is bound to be listened
to and followed at the forth-
coming Congress even more
than it was seven years ago.
Russian Jewry, second largest
in the world, will not be repre-
sented at the Congress.
There will be many parties with
varying opinions on the question
"f a final solution of the Pales-
tine problem at the forthcoming
Congress, which is expected to
have a total of 375 delegates.
The Socialist Labor groups, rcp-
The national mobilization conference of the United Jewish resented by three parties of vary-
Appeal in Atlantic City from November 29 to December 2, '' <;-'^''-'' '-' *T ,,,,,, Achduth Avodah and Hashomer
called to map a worldwide relief and reconstruction program Hazair), will have the largest
even be a guestion on this issue.
A number of organizations, we are told, are planninq resolu-
tions recording their support for a kosher kitchen in the hospitals.
Crystallization of this sentiment will help activate the Mt. Sinai
directors to a guick decision. That decision must favor the
instituting of kosher kitchens.
ON THE EVE OF GREAT DECISIONS
mann leadership as soft and ap-
peasing and have called for a
more militant stand toward Great
Britain?
Obviously, the question of
partition is closely linked to
that of the future make-up of
the world Zionist leadership.
If the Weismann adherents
should win a majority at the
Congress, it is probable that no
resolution opposing partition
will be adopted. However,
there is a bare possibility that
while no resolution against
partition will be pressed, the
present leadership may be re-
pudiated.
A recent dispatch from Jeru-
salem predicts, on the basis of the
completed world-wide elections
i if delegates to the Congress, that
the present World Zionist Execu-
tive will be retained by the Con-
gress. However, to be absolutely
certain of the outcome we shall
American Zionis2* *"
''^"^"l.v those ofthe^
'^ersh.p. white a^M
"" may be followed! 3
^"-f-motheSjl
Finally, let itbenoM
Congress is being ffiff
same nty, Basle L "'
hrst Zionist Congress 7
Present Congress < J
Quit- a few older deleLwi
attended that f,rst g"4
!n,frn'',l,,;nal Zioms^3
half century ago and **|
tha7hs,T t"nemal recolleil
that historic meeting-(wl
Seven Arts Feature Synd3
for 1947, will be a milestone in determining the future of the
Jews of Europe and Palestine.
Over 1,400 leaders, representing virtually every Jewish
community in America will assemble to review the farflunq
UJi MEETS TO CHART 1847
representationabout 150at the
Congress, though they will not
have an over-all majority, unless
they can pick up some voting
strength from among the Gen-
eral Zionists, who will be the
rescue and relief activities conducted in 1946 through the second strongest group with fl
S100,000.000 United Jewish Appeal. delegation of 115, or from among
xu ... the religious Mizrachi, who will
The significance of this momentous conference has been h(, lh(. third strongest group with
underscored by the outstanding array of internationally known a representation of (iO delegates,
speakers who will address the sessions. Tne extremist Revisionists, who
for many years have been at log-
Moved by the spirit of dedication which has characterized gerheads with the Labor groups,
the unigue achievements in this year's campaign, the dele- Wll! b<' represented by a delega-
gates will act on the up-to-the-minute reports to draw up a lI'V^^^J!^
comprehensive program for 1947 to rebuild Jewish life through of German-Jewish immigrants to
large-scale relief and rehabilitation measures in Europe, up-: Pal,-Stmt'- will have only five
building and resettlement projects in the Jewish homeland in iKKStnt?"" *'" alS ^
Palestine, and expanded services to newcomers reaching this. Wh,le the" Revisionists will be
country. the fourth largest group at the
Tens of thousands of Jews have been saved in 1946 through SSST^S^ S^ZSl
the activities of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United elections, running ahead of the
Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans G*neral Zionists and the Miz-1
the three constituent agencies of the S100.000.000 United Jewfahl outoumWb^e Sree 5S2
Appeal. However, the past year has been marked also by the mentioned Labor groups. The
emergence of new perils to the continued existence and restora- K''V1M,""S,S conducted a very in-'
tion of the 1.400.000 Jewish survivors. As a result international tense camPaln for Congress dele-
attention is riveted on this important conference which must S^d'n^hel^ht^iand -
blueprint a definite plan for the restoration of Jewish life overseas. >s regarded, wen by those op-
The to. UnUed Iewish Appeal Conference in A.tamie CHy. & STSSJST^
]ust a year ago, resulted in action on an unparalleled Scale, resentment and embitterment on
The deliberations resulted in concrete steps to stem further part "f Palestine Jewry to-
decimation among the surviving Jewish victims of Nazi fury *" **** Brilish actions there,
and to provide for basic subsistance aid to these helpless! demand^tha^Viuin^ """^
people.
re-open
the gates of Palestine for the
harassed surviving Jews of
Today on the eve of the second Atlantic City Conference. Europe, that
the battle is only half won. New outbreaks of violent anti- Prohibiting the sale of land to
Semitism in Eastern Europe have resulted in mass flights of
persecuted Jews from Poland and other lands. The number of
displaced Jews in Germany and Austria has more than doubled
during the past year. The development of the Jewish homeland
in Palestine must be pushed at an accelerated pace to nprmit
tens of thousands of homeless Jewish people in^uropl to Zl ^^
haven and a new life there. Increased imm.grauo^ of > Tlot thf "V"
rooted Jews to the United States and other countries must lltto"S ffZS&ft
faCll"a,ed- ,h" World Zionist leadership that
These are major considerations by the delegates a. the dX.^T* ""*' *"* hot
Jews in certain parts of Pales-
tinein short, that it annul the
White Paper of 1939. On that
sccre one does not need to be
a prophet to say that there will
hardly be any difference of
to
the determined and* united resolve of American Jewry
fulfill a historic task in the coming year. Jewish leaders
throughout the country who will gather in Atlantic City are
aware of their solemn responsibility. Their decisions will be
the key to realization of the fervent hopes for a life of dignity
and security by hundreds of thousands of Jewish people
overseas.
Weizmann to Be Active
In Zionist Congress
LONDOrT (JTA)Dr. Chaim
V 'izmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, is
determined to take an active
part in the Zionist Congress
Which is scheduled to open on
Dec 9 in Basle. Switzerland.
>t was learned here. He ar-
rived in Lugano on Thursday
from Zurich and will meet
there with Moshe Shertok.
head of the political depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency,
at the end of this month.
a Jewish state
* created in a part of Pales-
tine, comprising from 50 to 65
per cent of s present area?
Will the Congress ..-elect its
present and long-time President.
Dr. Cham, Weizmann. and a
Boverning World Zionist Execu-
tive winch will back up Weiz-
mann s policies? Win those who
have preached moderation
negotiations
(Continued from Page 1)
Mel Shlomovitch. chairman of the
Frankfort regional committee.
Both Retter and Pliskin are sur-
vivors of the Battle of the War-
saw Ghetto.
Jan Masaryk. foreign minister
of Czechoslovakia, and Henry
Morgenthau. jr., former secre-
tary of the treasury, will analyze
the present-day exodus of the
Jews from Europe, precipitated
by : nti-Semitic outbreaks in Po-
land and a general deterioration
of conditions in Hungary, Ru-
i innia and elsewhere in Europe.
and the potentialities of the Jew-
ish homeland in Palestine as a
haven for the homeless and desti-
tute Jews of Europe.
Among the distinguished Jew-
ish leaders from abroad who will
report on the needs of the Jew-
ish communities in their countries
will be Chief Rabbi Alexander
Safran of Rumania, and Dr.
Frigyes Goeroeg, chairman of the
Jewish Relief committee of Hun-
gary.
A general overall report on
conditions today in Europe will
he presented by Edward M. M.
Warburg, chairman of the Joint
distribution committee and of the
Greater New York United Jew-
ish Appeal, who made a special i
trip to Europe to survey the Jew-
ish situation in Europe. Dr. j
Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of |
the European Executive council
of the J.D.C., will join with Mr.
Warburg in outlining the needs
in Europe.
Among the speakers who will
report on the progress made in
resettling Europe's homeless Jews
in Palestine and on the upbuild-
in;: needs of the Jewish home-
land will be Judge Morris Roth-
C-nbei'4 national co-chairman of
the United Palestine Appeal and
president of the Jewish National
tund. Edwin Rosenberg, presi-
Plan Evening Review
First evening event in the re-
view series of the Miami Beach
Women's division, American Jew-
ish Congress, will be Dec. 12 when
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss
Koestler's "Thieves In the Night."
Husbands of subscribers will
be special guests at the affair
which will be held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
dent of the United Service!
New Americans, will disc*J
role of America as a haven far!
displaced and the adjusted
the i efugees who are reachml
United States.
Other speakers will a
Charles J. Rosenbloom. Vjk
Rosenwald and Rabbi Jonaj
Wise, national chairman 4
United Jewish Appeal,and!
ky C. Myers, president rj.
1 II il of Jewish Federaticoi
Welfare funds. The delegalal
be welcomed to Atlantic City j
I.'dtv Cassman, president oil
Atlantic City Jewish Hi
fund.
DR. SILVER CONFEBSl
WITH ERNEST BEVfflf
NEW YORK (JTA)-Dr.J
Hillel Silver, president
ZOA, met with British Fa
Secretary Ernest Berin lor I
second time within a wetkj
was reliably learned hen,
Dr. Silver came from
land et the invitation oi I
conveyed to him by LordlW
chapel. British Ambassador I
the U. S. Lord Intel
was the only other person |
ent at both conferences
took place in Berin'i wil
:he Waldorf Astoria hotel.
Dr. Silver has been unit
able for comment on them
ferences. but it is reliably |
ported that the discussions i
devoted to a clarification of I
Palestine political situation i
were conducted in a &*
atmosphere. There was a I
and frank exchange of
between the Foreign Secrrt
f.nd the Zionist leader.
FLORIDA'S ONLY ANOLCJW
with
in
the
Bntjh government, represented
n th, mKnn "nd h'S ;'dht-<-ents
n the Labor and General Zion-
E2S1' U'n ""' '" W1" the
'dership be handed over to
thje #h0 k(. Dr Abba ;
s.Ke.. president of the American
iOA| have criticized the Weiz-
DR. ANDRON TO LEAD
BEACH ZIONIST DRIVE
Dr. David S. Andron. author
and lecturer, will be chairman
of the Miami Beach Zionist
district's campaign to enroll
3.000 new members in Decem-
ber. Jack D. Burri*. president,
announced thi week.
Dr. Andron called for "com-
plete mobilization in behalf of
the homeless and stateless Jews
of Europe who clamor for en-
trance into the Holy Land."
Membership in the Beach dis-
trict is now 1,300.
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by The J'"'h.FIOMr J^ 1*. F"fi
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L MnVEMBERJ29. 19*6
kCIL TO HONOR
SELIG MOTlDAY
Mon,e SeliC. newly elect
ional board member of the
U Council of Jewish Wom-
l be honored at a recep-
_t lin meeting to
ksV'"J be held by the
i Miami section,
N.C.J.W., Wed-
r nesday after-
9 noon at Kaplan
hall of Temple
Israel.
Mrs. Nat L.
Williams and
Mrs. Stanley C.
r Myers, who
[elegates to the recent 18th
convention of Council,
je a resume of the confer-
Lons held in Dallas Tex^
Idenls of other Jewish
I's organizations have been
to attend to honor Mrs.
L president of the Miami
I Mrs Seli is Greater Mi-
Lirman of the SOS drive
Ls for oversew survivors)
(airman of the women's
1 special gifts division of
f Sinai hospital drive.
Spinoza Forum Opens
Its Twelfth Season
Twelfth season of the Spinoza
Forum for adult education will
open 3:30 p.m. Saturday with a
lecture on "Is There a Future for
the Jew in Europe?" by A. P
Gannes, director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
The series of lectures and book
reviews will be held at the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th st
between Collins ave. and I
dr.
Schedule of forums for Decem-
ber includes a review of L K
Rosinger's "Restless India"' by
Edward Clarke. Dec. 7; lecture
on "The Philosophy of Judaism"
by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Doc 11
review of Emery Reeves' "Ana-
tomy of Peace," by Mr. Clarke
Dec. 21; lecture on "The B.:
Our Atomic Age." by Dr. Max
Kaufman of Hollywood, Dec 28
Charles II. Lee lectures on
astronomy and atomic energy
each Tuesday evening at Dr
Wolfson's home.
Dr. Wolfson has announced the
appointment of Chaim Reuben
Rose as director of the forum.
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PAGE FIVE
bses Holiday Topic
. Price of Thanksgiving" is
bic chosen by Rabbi Irving
Ian for services at 8:15 p.m.
It m the Miami Beach Jew-
nter. The cantor and choir
Aant the services.
V\ speaker at the AZA-
Bar Mitzva breakfast at 9
Sunday will be Gertrude
fesky, director of girls' work
| fifth district. B'nai B'ritb
organization.
Beautiful Miami
1'Medical Center
ttlei for treatment! of acut*
and convalescent casee
lii equipped for car* of
M and mental dlaordara,
[and alcoholic hablta. Pay.
aerapy, Hydrotharapy and
inc.Shock therapy aciantlflo-
aiven.
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Two December Events
Interest Beach AJC
Two major event.- will be plan-
ned for December by the board
of the Miami Beach Women's di-
vision, American Jewish Con-
gress, at a meeting next Friday
at the Vanderbilt hotel. Mrs. Louis
Glasser, president, announces.
As a Chanuka present b I
general membership, the board
will sponsor a breakfast Dec, 19,
second day of the holiday. Guests
will be asked to bring a new
member as their return present.
Mrs. Benjamin I. Serrant and
Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe are co-
chairman of the event which will
feature a national speaker and
the Chanuka car.dlc-lighting cere-
mony.
Mrs. John Soifer, 1030 J.
son ave., and Mrs. Morris Rabino-
witz, 735 Meridian ave., are tak-
ing reservations for the organiza-
tion's dinner dance to be held
Dec 22 at the Latin Quarter. Pro-
ceeds will aid the AJC's work
in combatting racial and religious
[discrimination in education, hous-
ing and employment.
Herbert Bayard Swope, chair-
man of Tropical Park's board of
directors, will arrive from N< w
York to il p property prior to opening of 40
day winter meeting on Monday.
GANNES TO ADDRESS
MJOC SISTERHOOD
"The Book and the Language"
is the topic A. P. Gannes. director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will discuss Wednesday al
the meeting ol the Sisterhood of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Col
gation at the Talmud Torah.
Mr. Gannes will be introduced
by Mrs. Murray Grauer, cultural
chairman of the Sisterhood.
Beach Hadassah Holds
Last of Memfcer Teas
Wives of Zionist members,
mothers of members of Junior
Hadassah and Masada, members
of the Business and Professional
division and their friends will be
honored at a membership tea to
be given 2 p.m. Monday by the
Miami Beach Hadassah.
The affair, which will be at the
home of Mrs. Louis Heiman, 423
K. Rivo Alto dr., is the last in
the series of events designed to
attrat 2000 new members before
Jan. 1.
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Rose Goodman, Mrs. Ed-
ward Frecdman, Mrs. Rose Fien
and Mrs. Frances Stevenn. The
mi mbership committee will act as
hostesses.
Music, Original Skit
To Highlight Tea
A musical program by Mrs.
Lillian Kraff, vocalist, and an
original skit by members will
highlight the membership ~a of
the Miami Beach chapter, Bnai
B'rith Women, 1:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Wofford hotel.
Participating in the skit will be
the Mesdames Tillie Rosenthal, B.
Mazor, H. Kaufman. A. Liebow,
I. Becker, D. Eisen, G. Talianoff,
I. Frankel, S. Satin, J. Rosenberg,
S. Goldstrich and A. Richarson.
Mrs. Richardson will be in
charge of the program. Aiding in
arrangements for the affair is
Mrs. Harold Turk membership
chairman.
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
Thanksgiving Service
Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak
about "Things We Are Thankful
For" at services 8 p.m. this eve-
ning at the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center.
A Thanksgiving "Fun and Fro-
lic Night" was held by the Ladies
auxiliary of the Center Wednes-
day evening.
Oysher Tickets on Sale
Tickets for the concert to be
given by Moishe Oysher. famous
r, Dec. 15, went on sale this
week. They may be purchased
at the Princess Anne hotel, 920
Washington ave.; Sher's Jewelry
Store. 927 Washington ave.. and
Silver and Sons in downtown
Miami.
To Hold Latke Party
Mrs. Pearl Raidman is planning
her annual latke party for the
Pioneer Women's organization for
Palestine Club No. 1. Dec. 29. The
club will meet Tuesday evening
at the Beach Y to discuss the
party.
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BEACH B'NAI B'RITH
TO CAST BALLOTS
Election of officers for the
Beach B'nai B'rith will be held
Tuesday evening in the National
hotel auditorium.
Up for election are Walter C.
Kovner, nominated for president;
Martin Genet and Harry Zuker-
nick, first vice president; David
R. Isen, Godfrey Newman, A. L.
Perper. Harold Zinn and Harry
Zukernick, second vice president:
David R. Isen. Godfrey Newman,
A. L. Perper and Raphael K.
Yunes. third vice president.
Sam W. Shapiro, recording sec-
retary; Saul Goldstrom. treasurer;
Daniel M. Broad, financial secre-
tary; George Bertnian. monitor:
J. Harry Day. assistant monitor:
Dr. Joseph B. Pomerance, war-
den: Dr. Alexander Libow. guar-
dian: Jack Abbott, David Emmer.
Siegfried Geismar. Sam Lachman
and Harold Turk, trustee for 3
years; Emanuel Goldstneh and
Siegfried Geismar, trustee for 2
years.
GROSSMAN TO ATTEND
NAJCW CONFERENCE
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Miami Y. will
leave for New York Thursday to
attend an executive meeting of
the National Association of Jew-
ish Center Workers.
Grossman was recently elected
to his third term as president 01
the Southern Association of Jew-
ish Center Workers.
While in the North, lie will
visit a number of community
centers to gather information on
center facilities that will aid in
planning for the new Miami Y
building.
To Preach on Witness
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
lecture on "The Heap of Witness"
at the Beth Jacob Friday night
forum. 8:30 p.m. this evening.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will lead
communal singing.
"Jacob Hath Taken Away" will
be the rabbi's topic at adult ser-
vices, 8:30 a.m. Saturday
Intermediate services, it 30 a.m..
and junior congregation at 10
a.m. Saturday will be followed by
a kiddush for junior groups.
Bible class will be at 4 p.m.
with S. J. Freedman in Charge.
Mincha at 5 p.m. will be followed
lalos Sudos. Rabbi Meschel-
off will speak on the portion of
the work.
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
Beach Women Raise
$4,200 for Aged Home
Approximately $4,200 I u 1" i'
turned ovei to the Jewish Home
for the Aged building fund by thi
Miami Beach Women's auxiliary,
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, presi
announced this wick.
The money was received from
the sumn er book project of which
Mrs. Benjamin Appe] was chair-
man and Mrs. Benjamin Fold.
co-chairman,
Dec 17 has been chosen as the
date for the auxiliary's annivers-
ary and installation luncheon
meeting at the Wofford hotel-
Mrs. Phillip Weinberg, 1239 Al-
ton rd., is taking reservations.
Dr. Kaplan Is Guest
At Beth David Service
Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
.peak on "Dream's Invincible
Empire" during services at Beth
David at 8:18 P"> tnls evening.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Abraham Friedman will officiate.
Ml and Mrs. Bernard Sterling
have donated the floral offering.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axelrod will be
holts at the Oneg Shabbat.
Sabbath services will be at 8:30
a.m. and students" services at
1030 a.m. Saturday.
The Sisterhood will be host at
the Sunday morning breakfast
club sponsored by the Parent-
Teacher association at 8:45 a.m.
Sunday.
S. J. FREEDMAN
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214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins & Wath. Avet.
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Synagogues and Private Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-1017
Young People Choose
Martin Goldberg
Martin Goldbtrg was elected
president of the Young People's
Li ague ,.t Miami Beach Jewish
Center Monday. Other officers
chosen were Selma Lewis, vice
president; Norma Raskin, record-
ing secretary; Eleanor Shulang,
corres] i ding secretary; Gill
Godly, membership secretary,
and Gershon Miller, treasurer,
Fi 1 lowing the business session,
the Young Judea Leaders council
]:> ian songs and dances.
Plans for a formal dance to be
held late in January were dis-
cussed.
A Thanksgiving hop Wednes-
day at the Center closed the PYL
membership drive of the League.
Three Events Listed
For Ft. Lauderdale
Special Thanksgiving services,
a donor affair and a B'nai B'rith
meeting are on the agenda of
Temple Fmanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale,
this week.
Rabbi David Raab will speak
ion "The Spirit of Thanksgiving"
al li p.m. this evening in com-
; immolation of Thanksgiving.
The rabbi will review Gwe-
slyn Graham's "Earth and High
1 haven" 8 p.m. Sunday evening
at the donor event planned by
the B'nai B'rith auxiliary. Hos-
tesses will be Mrs. Paul Epstein
and Mrs. Dan Pintow.
"Tht ABC of Zionism" will be
Ral bi Raab's subject at a rom-
i bined meeting of B'nai B'rith men
and women 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
A discussion period and refresh-
ment hour will follow.
The three events will be held
at the Temple.
LUNCHEON SPEAKER
Miss Elsa Temple, recently ar-
rived from Palestine, spoke on
life in the Holy Land before the
Miami Beach Zionist district
luncheon club Wednesday. The
luncheons are held weekly at the
National hotel.
Reports on Convention
Mrs. Moe Feingold, Youth
Aliyah chairman and delegate to
the national Hadassah convention
in Boston, submitted a compre-
hensive report of the convention
to board members of the Miami
group of Hadassah when she en-
tertained them at her home, 2323
iS. W. 21st st.. Monday. Mrs.
Fannie Feingold assisted the host-
at luncheon.
Mrs. David Sernaker. Hadassah
Medical organization chairman,
announced that a benefit dinner
dance will be held jointly with
the Miami Beach group on Jan.
5 at the Copa Cabana club.
Plans for a new bulletin were
made and Mrs. Benjamin Lcvitan
volunteered to be editor.
Next meeting of the Miami
group is scheduled for Dec. 16
at Beth David auditorium.
Campus Band to Play
For Beach Y Dance
Featuring the University of
Miami band, Carl Warner's Col-
eg Kings, the Beach Y Youth
Council will present a barn dance
Sunday evening at the Y.
Bob Thompson, president, is in
charge of the affair and Miss Lila
Gross is chairman of the decora-
tion committee.
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TONIGHT!
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^J^/slfhridiafi
r^TAPTER SETS
BERSHIP RECORD
membership record of
tiii'1'
We fhapt
National Chil-
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PAGE SEVEN
DOCTORS PLAN CAMPAIGN STRATEGY
nnual journal to raise funds
,c Howe.
point.-I out that proper
Zt Will aid the care and
,,.. f victims of rhoumatic
7nd rheumatic heart d.s-
.. ei| as make possible the
nation of research work
,. concluded at the Home.
Homi, located in Miami, is
fcctarian and receives only
^rV contributions.
;Cnt at the tea were Harry
nt of the Home,
[njon Dreyfus, member of
lirectors. Mrs. Gcr-
Lachs. president of the
was chairman.
5T AID COURSE
Aid refr*shir course for
rtors in Dade county began
r ing at 507 N. E.
fcructors who have taken the
within the past three
an eligible to take this
Ing. Instructors who hold
authorizations and who have
aught a class during the year
lake ;, i(fresher training
in order to receive 1947
bnzation.
minimum length of the
will be tm hours (2 hour
I Gables Center Plans
New Year's Eve Dance
Servicemen from Pratt Hospi-
tal will be guests with their dates
at a New Year's Eve dance to be
given by the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center at the Coral Gables
Women's club.
Plans for the affair will be
made at a meeting of the Center
8:15 p.m. Sunday at the Hillel
house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd.
Sidney Lewis is chairman of the
dance committee. Herbert Cole
will be master of ceremonies at
the dance.
Home hospitality for patients
and personnel of the Pratt Army
hospital is also being planned.
camJn^n\PhYSitan,nr0nnnGr,ec Mi8mi 'r ***** lcadin9 part in raisin9 fund f' Jh *
campaign for a S2 500.000 Mt. Sinai ho.pi.al. Sh.wn above are (left to right) Dr. Stanley Frehling.
Wm. D. singer, cha.rman of the coordinated hospital and Federation campaign; Dr. Louis G. Lyl-
ton. chairman of the physicians' division, and D-. S. Charles Werblow. The doctors are having a
series of dinner meetings at various home, to enlist iho cooperation of all Jewish medical men.
BISCAYNE TO PRESENT SRO Sign Goes Down
MIAMI SHORES TROPHY For Center Members
Party for OES
Irs. Marie Appelbaum, now
spying her new home at
| S W. 23 ter., will sponsor
ames party to benefit the
i committee of the grand
pter, Florida Order of Eas-
Star. 8 p.m. Tuesday.
stations may be made
i the hostess or Mrs. Lena
slate welfare chairman.
Opening its third major week-
end of greyhound racing for the
current 40-night meeting, th.'
Biscayne Kennel club will pre-
sent a stellar 10-race card tonight
and the running of the sec ond
major stakes event, the Mu-n>
.Shoic? Trophy, Saturday nigh:
Track leadership is now held
by a slight margin by Gene Roller.
the Arch DeGeer star. However,
he is closely challenged by Sandy
Roll, Snappy Sue, Hooker, Ready
Hook, Pop's Pick, Much Liked
and a number 01 other high speed-
sters.
The nightly 10 races start at
8 p.m. nightly with the daily
double on the first and third
races. The feature race nightly
IS the ninth with the co-feature'
being the final tenth over the
maiathon Biscayne course.
Because the "standing room
only" sign prevented Miami
Beach Jewish & nter members
from participating in Friday
evening services many times
last year, the Center is reserv-
ing a special section for mem-
bers, th'. lr families and guests
at the front of the synagogue
until 8 p.m. each Friday.
Members, their families and
guests accompanied by mem-
bers will be admitted upon
presentation of a membership
card at a special entrance on
14th place (off Euclid ave.)
designated for that purpose.
Florida Editors Meet
Miami Beach will be host this
weekend to 200 editors of weekly
newspapers at the annual con-
vention of the Florida Press as-
sociation.
Erwin D. Canham, vice presi-
dent of the American Society of
Newspaper Editors and managing
editor of the Christian Science
Monitor, will be principal speaker
at a banquet at the St. Regis
restaurant this evening.
6-D DAY!
Approaching
LEGAL NOTICES
pTICK IS lll.KKHY GIVEN thnt
uderaigned, desiring to engage In
Itn ri.-iltlouH name of
I DYKE Mi iTuKS, ;il 2976 N. W.
lh Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intend to
aid i with the Clerk
II i.f Hade County,
Ha.
0I.ARKN.-1-: .1 WAI.UACE
SAMUEL l-'I.KSCH
Co-owners.
A.' JOFTE,
1.1 Applicants.
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PT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undei-sim,. .1. desiring tt> engage In
[, 1.1 fictitious nnine of
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|>I Miami, Florida,
'"[' : Hi.- said name with
'ircult Court of
County, 1" nrlda.
HERBKR1 HOFFMAN
-BETTY HOFFMAN
RAW) II LEVIN,
ippllcanta.
Beth Jacob Women Plan
Chanuka Concert
Final plans for its Dec. 17
Chanuka concert will be made
by Beth Jacob Sisterhood board
members when they meet at the
hone of Mrs. Jack Hirsch, 645
Lenox ave., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday
for luncheon.
A preview of motion pictures
taken at the Sisterhood tea last
monin will be shown. The gen-
eral membership will see the
film at a meeting Dec. 10.
Three Games Open
Y Basketball League
With a score of 47 to 14, Club 8
,.1 the Beach Y basketball league-
won over the Royal Palms Sun-
day in th- series opi ner. t
mar., with score of 22 points,
was high point niar for Club .
The second game, Flamingos
\s. Jesters, ended in a score of
13 to 23 in favcr of the Flamingos.
High point man was Shyman who
had a score of 21 points.
Hardest fought game was the
third when the Playboys won
over the Comets, 47-41. Brooks
of the Plajboys was high point
man with IG points.
BETH DAVID TO ELECT
Beth Devid congregation will
elect officers and a board of
directors at the annual meet-
ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue. Harry Simons will
preside. Louis Heiman has
been nominated for the 1947
presidency.
CIRCLE TO CELEBRATE
POET'S 70th JUBILEE
Seventieth jubilee of Poet Ab-
raham Raisin will be celebrated
by the Workmen's Circle Vladeck
Branch 699 and the ladies' club
with a program of Raisin's songs
and other writings Sunday eve-
ning. Dec. 8, at the Miami Y.
New officers of the Ladies'
club, elected last Thursday at the
hot e of Mrs. Morris Jacobs, are
Mrs. Joseph Wolff, chairlady;
Mis. Cirel Moss, vice chairlady;
Mrs. Jacobs, financial secretary,
md Mi. M Braunstein, record-
ing secretary.
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A new member will
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to be held by the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom at 2 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 6, in the home of
Mrs. David Harris. 3356 Nautilus
dr., Miami Beach.
A home talent skit will be pre-
sented. Mrs. Irving Maicus.
membership chairman, is arrang-
ing the tea.
Cantor to Be Guest
At P.-T.A. Meeting
Cantor Maurice Mamchcs will
lead group singing at the meeting
of the Beth David Parent-Teach-
a'soriation at 2 p.m. Monday at
the Talmud Torah. The meeting,
in honor of Jewish Book Month,
will feature an informal get-to-
gether to enable members to meel
Cantor Mamches.
A board meeting will be held
at 12 noon ar.d Mrs. Edward
Safer, president of the P-TA. will
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Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
MJOC to Inaugurate
Good Neighbor Forums
Beach Temple Sponsors
Templeton Concert
FRIDAY,
BOOK WEEK:
With Jewish Book Month be-
ing observed throughout the
country, it seems fitting to de-
vote this column to the latest
developments in the field of Jew-
ish book publishing. / As usual,
the Jewish Publication society oc-
cupies first place in this field. .
The latest additions to its long
record of valuable books is "The
History of the Jews of Italy" by
Cecil Roth, and "The Spirit Rc-
turneth," a novel by Sclma Stern
depicting Jewish extermination
and heroism in the 14th century.
. The first is a "must" for
intelligent Jewish reader, since
it is the first history of the Jew-
in Italy to be written in any lan-
guage.". The second is stimulat-
ing, since its undi rlyjng "Israel
forever" philosophy inspires
for the thinking Jew of today. .
Cecil Roth's book is a solid
piece of work by a noted Jewish
historian covering twenty cent-
uries, through the fall i f Musso-
lini's regime. Selma Stern's
volume also deals with Jewish
history, but it is the history of
anti-Jewish persecution and n
sacres six hundred years ago in
t: e eectii n s of Europe now km
as Germany. It makes one dou-
bly aware of the everlasting
.strength of the Jewish spirit, and
of the phenomenon of Jewish sur-
vival and preservation. .

WELCOME VOLUMES:
Jewish Book Month this yi..:
marks the birth in the U. S. of
another important Jewish pub-
lishing house, Schocken Books. .
The Schocken publishing firm is
new in the United State.-, but
not new in Europe and in Pales
tine. In fact, it has a long in-
ternational history It was
started in pre-Nazi Germany by
Salman Schocken, who devoted
much of his time, capital and en-
ergy to publishing in German
translations the gems of ancient
and modern Hebrew literature, .
It was later transplanted to Pales-
tine, where Schocken took an ac-
tive interest in the United States
under the pr< of Tl eodore
Schocken, son of Salman Schok-
en. .
The first two volumes publish-
ed by the firm are "In Time and
Eeternity, a Jewish reader edited
by the well-known scholar Na-
hum N. Glatzer, and "The Burn-
ing Light' by Bella Chagall. .
The first is an anthology of post-
biblical Jewish literature, pre-
senting to the English-speaking
world more than 18 centuries of
Jewish life and thought. The
second is a book of recollections
by the wife of Marc Chagall, the
famous painter, presenting Jew-
ish middle-class life in (V
Russia. The book is richly il-
lustrated by Marc Chagall, which
adds even more Jewish atmos-
phere to the lyrical tone in which
the authoress tells the story of her
early youth. Both volumes, I
am certain, will be well received
by intelligent readers. .
DR. HERZL AND SPINOZA:
Coinciding With Jewish Book
Month, the Philosophical Library
has published two books of spe-
cial interest to Jews One is
Josi t Patai's "Star Over Jordan
which is the biography of Dr.
Her/1, the father of political Zion-
ism The other is Rudolf
Kayser's "Spinoza," the biogra-
phy of the great Jewish philoso-
pher Born and raised in
Budapest, the home town of Dr.
Herzl, the author of "Stai Over
:; revi als more details of
l> ii, rly life than other
biographers who concentrated
, hiefly on his political activities
. The book is very timely hi
\., a ol the great interest in
Palestine which is developing
both amol WS and non-Jews
connection with the struggle
i stablishment of a Jewish
?Into, firsl ed in modi i n
by Dr. Herzl .
K book on Spinoza
is an exhaustive study of the life
ot the gn at Jewish philosopher,
his way of thinking and the sur-
n undings in which he lived .
The ban which the synagogue
on Spinoza, his banish-
ment from Al m which was
n o: by the municipal council
i| the city, his sufferings from
persecution because of his phil-
ihy all this is vividly do-
scribed by the author, as are the
influences that made Spinoza's
aiea ot God clash with the Jewish
religious idea But the author.
of course, does not justify the
anathema which the Jews in Am-
sterdam proclaimed against Spin-
oza He points out that Spin-
. 's faith was like that of his'
esters' purest monotheism,
and that no religious tradition
was closer to him than Judaism.
The book has a preface writ-
ten by Prof. Albert Einstein
which emphasizes the fact that
although Spinoza lived 300
years before our time, the
spiritual situation with which
ho had to cope resembles our
own The book brings Spin-
oza's personality nearer to our
present generation and will be
welcomed as ? substantial con-
tribution to the literature on
the great philosopher.
THIS AND THAT:
The Chicago public library
marked Jewish Book Month by
'Publishing a special list of the
best 100 books dealing with Jew-
ish subjects in all fields of litera-
ture published in the last three1
years The American Russian
institute' utilized Jewish Book
Month to launch an appeal for
gifts of Jewish volume's in Yid-
dish foi its public library .
A Ji ish music month will be
lu^ii next year from February 7
to March (i ... It will be (ailed
the Jewish Music Festival .
More than 50 national organiza-
tions, members of the National
Jewish Music council, sponsored
by the Jewish Welfare board, will
A -good neighbor" policy will
bo inaugurated at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregatiem when
Rabbi Murray Grauer commences
his second season of Friday evc-
ning forums at 8:30 p.m. this
evening.
"There an' many institutions in
our midst whose activities are so
vital that we are extending the
arm <>f cooperation to them."
Rabbi Grauer said.
These forums will be dedicated
to the' institutions and various
speakers representing them will
be guests on the MJOC pulpit.
Closest neighbor <>f the syna-
gogue is the' Miami YMHA and
the first forum will be dedicated
to it anel its building fund cam-
paign. Maunee Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Y, will
speak on "The Y and Its Place
in the Community."
The choir of Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Toiah, directed by Joseph
Malek. will lead the congregation
in liturgical and Palestinian
songs.
During services tomorrow
morning.. Arnold Bubson, son of
Mr. and Mis. Harry Bobson, will
become Bar Mitzva. Fred Ochs
will address the Junior congre-
gation which meets at 9:30 a.m.
Marshall Pepper will discuss
the' weekly portion of the law
an.l Edward Zalis will report on
local activities of the Tsofim
group at the Bar Mitzva break-
last. 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. E
Karger will be hostesses at the
1 iddush for the Junior congrega-
tion Saturday and Mrs. Ochs and
Mrs Leo Rotenberg will be host-
ess at the breakfast Sunday.
Alec Templeton, blind pianist,
composer and humorist of con-
cert and radio fame, will be pre-
sented Jan. 9 for the fourth con-
secutive season in Florida by the
Ruth Brotman management. His
appearance will be sponsored by
the religious school of Temple
Beth Sholom.
A reception for Templeton will
be held after the concert at the
Hall of Art, Lincoln rd., for in-
vited patrons only.
Advance mail orders may be
sent to Dr. A. Hampton, 708
Langford bldg. Reserved seats
are prices at $2, $2.50, $3 and
$3.50 plus tax.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, presi-
dent of the Temple Beth Solom
Sisterhood, and Mrs. Leon Ell,
head of the Temple Parent-Teach-
er association, are in charge of
arrangements.
r nearby ?**L
OPERATIC QUABTtT
JOHN
BROWNLEE
LUCElE
it in promoting the festival
throughout the country The
Music council is now sponsoring
a contest to encourage the writ-
ing of musical works of Jewish
content reflective of the spirit of
the Jewish people
AUGUST BROS Ry^
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DELICIOUS FOOD. WINE and BEER
TO CHOOSE PROJECT
Alumnae of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority will choose a local ser-
vice project when they meet at
the home of Mrs. Joel Newman,
6011 51st st.. Miami Beach, Tues-
day evening.
M U Naomi Grossman and Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub will bring
in l'voiiimendations for the pro-
ject.
Mr.; Samuel Paetro will assist
the hod rs.
TO HOLD ELECTIONS
Election of officers will be held
by the Workmen's Circle Vladeck
Branch 692 Wednesday evening
at the lyceum. 25 Washington ave.
The organization will honor its
treasurer, Samuel Katz, on his
00th birthday with a banquet on
Dec. f>.
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1946
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n Chosen To
t Miami Zionists
n ,h president of the
t* vI!.".-, commit*? of
** lirt.-cl president of
(Copyright. 1946, Seven Art, F
PLAIN TALK
FROM ALFRED SEGAL______
ionist district
Roth, who is
,f the Flor-
ki
[Miami
Way nii;h'- ,
K-SSKS War V-
1 Hvman Sootin.
of the dis-
Weinklc and
he succeec
Jerome
Cohen, vice presi-
Finkelstone, re-
Edward Levin,
ttary, Isador
usurer, and Nathan
ncial secretary
, | the board of di-
Rosen. Board
bbis Jacob '.
are
&>'
lu; George
jjng secretary;
LJjporiding
Bgnt'i'-
tlman.
Biairman
is Ll"
JEWISH MOTHER GOOSE.
Dr. Moses Zalesky
i
is thi
'".I mi
over to his Jewish kip.de
in our town, D
director of our Bureau of Jew
Education which has just
this daily kind! rgarten.
Dr. Zalesky wa that I
might at least look favorably up-
on his klndergarti
B body will Ret the
ding a kinder-
I dont like to see
iudices so
' I the I etter things
rent life is the sense of
among infants. I
11) wl ite children play
me in school.
Moth. G
Obituaries
SEGALL
Martin Segall, 76, of 1533 S. W.
Seventh bI died last Thursday In a
hospital after ;. short Illness. He
here three yearn ;.k<> from New
York and was ;i retired manufacturer
..r men's wear. Surviving are hie
wife, Mrs. Rebecca Segall; ter, Mrs. E, M. Roth, and three sons,
in- i.. m.. Jack and Harvey Segall,
all of Miami. The body was sent to
Ni w York by Palmer Funeral homo.

Oh,
in your old
jJTllw Shapiro^ColmaniA.
. and Murray Grauer, and
Oscar Argin-
fttman
IV ,,Ess.Ab-
Morris Klass, Louis
Max Orovitz, E. Al-
lurii'e
,n Kaplan
rtSot^Dr." Max Pepper
ik Bom! I S- Shapoff, Fred
Shochel. Hany Simonhoff,
. d Singer, Hyman Sootin,
stSussman, Joel Zalis, Harry
Menstein and Bernard Sterling.
lihbbi Shapiro presided over
1 .lection. Guest speaker was
Berkowitz of Birmingham,
president of the Southeast-
Zioni ion.
TheMiami district has launched
c;i.., : 1.000 new mem-
rs and will concentrate on en-
tiling veterans.
".....* .....-lfcOMI Mill..', HI IHIS---------------------
column, I have been oppo ed to l""': than lo
Jewish parochial ., child a flag of spe-
what you want to call i
So one morning recently 1 went G?,0D APPRACH
there. The kindergarten is in the vise you wen all
former stone-front i the Jewish kindergarten,
our town. There were 14 kid i 1,kH the
Dr. Zalesky's kindi i
morning. It wa n't I l" > ''
class. Eight .1 th Thats the
and were being kept 1.
know how it is with kids' noses
in the autumn-time.
A very nice young ti
Miss Selma Binder, was in cl
I said: "Miss Binder, what I'm
interested in is the j. h q-Ulte *"*** that God is the
CHABUS
Mayer Chabus, B3, .li.-.l :.t his home,
1564 Collins ave., lasl Thursday after
i horl lllnesH. A retired tailor, he
came hi re one year ; lyn. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Bertha
Cutler, of Brooklyn. The body was
Ben I to New york city by Riverside
Memorial .'Impel.
way
taught
W i given milk the
i the blessing for the
abun lance tl al God gives. (A lot
in Israel have
WIDER
Bol .i Wider, 64, died last Wednes-
rl ij al his home, 11 n i icean dr., after
a Bhort Illness, He came here two
and one half years ago. Surviving
are his wife, Mrs. May Wider, and
two sons. Arthur and Stanley, of
Miami Beach. Services were held
ij in Riverside Memorial chapel
followed by burial in -Mount NeDO
tei y.
con" harter
tent of the Jewish kmdergari
(I should explain that these kids, j
by the choice of their parents,
were in this kindergarten in
member of the Jewish
Tl e 11 ildren had been
n ligious words of
kfulness even for an ice
SMITH
Abraham Smith. 58, .li.-.l last Wed-
nesda) al his horn.-. 252 N. W. Second
st., following a long illness. He came
to Miami two years ago from New
fork and owned the Bavoy hotel here.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Fannie
Smith-, a son, Alexander, and a ilauirn-
i, r Mrs. Pauline Rothbart, all of
Miami. The body was Bent to New
York by Gordon Funeral home.
RELATIVES SEEK TWO
BELIEVED IN FLORIDA
The National Desertion bureau
is seeking information concern-
ing Richard Kuss and Martin
Rhinehardt.
Kuss, aged 16, is 5 ft. 5 in. tall,
weighs 194 pounds, has brown hair
and eyes and a mastoid scar be-
hind his right ear. Information
as to his whereabouts is being
sought by his mother and grand-
mother, Mrs. Florence Kuss and
Mrs. Sarah Diamond. Mrs. Dia-
mond, with whom the boy made
his home, lives in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and has not heard from him since
Sept. 24th.
Information is being sought
about Rhinehardt on behalf of
his wife, Mildred, who has not
heard from him since, July, 1941.
Born in Russia in 1903. he worked
as a salesman and draftsman.
He is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, weighs 165 .
pounds, has dark brown hair and
hazel-grey eyes.
It is believed that these persons
are in Florida. Anyone knowing
of their whereabouts is requested
to communicate with the Nation-
al Desertion bureau, 67 West 47th
st., New York city.
. knew
of in the public schoo kindergar- M ,, ,,..
ten on the next streel i)(.
The little hoy- wore white and
blue skull caps (the Zionist col-
ors). Their names were Fuddle,
Lary and the like. The girls were j
Barbara, Anita, Marcia. What I
nimble,
quick,
Hurry and
dlesl
Polish it fast
bright.
polish
and
another
Jack be
(he cii-
polish it
eer Wholesalers Elect
fcank At Convention
Isam Blank, president of Na-
jonal Brands, Inc., was elected
the vice presidency of the
lational Beer Wholesalers associ-
ion of which he was formerly
| director, at the organization's
tnual convention in Chicago.
lyj it of the board of
c_ proposed Mt. Sinai
nital, i. is active in the cam-
:: c a (2,500,000 build-
[fund. He is a past president
the Greater Miami Jewish
deration.
YETS Get Advice
Dn Securing Homes
J Vetei e advised to ap-
Uy for apartment! by registered
pail bv Allen Simmons, secre-
f of the veterans housing com-
miiuv. when he spoke before the
tobert Richter post of AMVETS
icently.
Receipts of registered letters
(nailed to owners of FHA homes
intended for veterans should be
pled with the housing committee
'h:ch in turn will contact the
OPA for action, he said.
A savings bond is being offer-
led by the AMVETS for the per-
Ison bringing in the most new
|mcmbers by Dec. 2.
|BARI JOINS KIWANIS
nrst real estate man to be
lasked to join the local Kiwanis
F e past 15 years is Philip Bari
[of Miami Beach.
I. Bari, who served with the army
intelligence during the war, is
IMjutant of the Robert Richter
Post, AMVETS. He was intro-
|flu'd into Kiwanis by Leo
lAdeeb.
|WEINKLE~NAMED
Carl Weinkle of Miami Beach
pas elected Southeast regional
"'rector of the Super-Market In-
lv T at ,hl' "'nth annual con-
||^ion held recently in Chicago.
mean to say is that there weren'tIMake it shine for Friday night.
any Old Testament names among Congratulations on this teach-
them, like Abraham, Isaac, Ja- ing, Mother Goose. This is the
cob, Rebecca, Rachel and Esther, religious loveliness of being Jew-
Miss Binder had them recite a ish, not any flan waving, not an
Jewish Mother Goose rhyme they
had just learned:
One, two, 1 am a Jew:
I love my degel (flag) oj
while and blue.
Three, /our and what's more,
We have a Mazuzah on our
door.
At this I found myself quarrel-
ing with sweet, old Mother
Goose. Dear Mother Goose, I
mused, is this a way of social
education for the infant mind'.'
In all your times before all the
children of the world were the
same to you. But here its "'One,
two I am a Jew.'
SOMETHING SPECIAL
If I were as young as blonde
Marcia I might get the idea that
being a Jew made me somebody
special and extra. I wasnt like
other people. I was somebody dif-
ferent and special. I was a Jew.
Is this good for Marcia?
Lets think this out, dear Moth-
er Goose. Isnt that the trouble
in the world: Too many people
singing separately 'i am a Cath-
olic,' "I am a Protestant," "I am a
Jugoslav" or "I am a Bulgarian,"
as if the human race were like a
vault in a bank with every mem-
ber keeping his treasures in his
own small compartment.
Yes, Mother Goose. You should
have them sing rather:
One, lwo, I am you.
Thats the idea of brotherhood:
I am you because I, as your
brother, am involved in your lite
and you in mine. I am not sepa-
rate 'from you because I am a
Jew and I dont carry a Jewisl
flag of my own.
education for separate national-
ism or racism. This was the daz-
zling beauty of candles burning
on Friday night and of the Sab-
bath bride sitting luminous at
the table. This was the fullness
of Judaism in the beaut of its
religious connotation.
(I hope that Marcia. when she
grows up. will remember rather
the candlesticks than the white
and blue flag of a separate na-
tionhood.)
Miss Binder asked the class
I what they do on the Sabbath.
Barbara replied she goes to schul
with her little brother. Marcia
said her people always went to
her Grandma Geldnagcns for
Friday supper. They were always
together on Friday evenings.
NO SOCIAL
Well, Mother Goose, it seems
Barbara and Marcia already have
the essential beauty of being
Jewish and please dont mar it by
putting in their hands the dcgal
of white and blue to wave. I hope
that Dr. Zalesky wont go on to
complete a parochial school. It
would make no social good to
keep children separate from the
common life through eight
grades.
I know there are Jewish paro-
chial schools in some American
cities New York, Chicago
What can be the product save
the ghettoized boys and girls
brought up to feel that they are
separate and specialpeople of
a nation within a nationnarrow
people who can never feel for
sure that they are a part of the
American life.
They are brought up separate-
ly and all their days they will
ft el separatecitizens of another
kind of life. They are being edu-
cated toward the separateness
which our enemies would impose
upon. Why should we voluntarily
put ourselves in the status in
which Hitler tried to put us: A
nation within nations and to be
treated as separate.
A separate kindergarten is
enough and I hope Dr. Zalesky
will carry it no farther. We don't
want to raise up a lot of Jewish
strangers to American life.
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
And B But* It's
FLORIDA
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HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Product!"
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TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 M. W. 82nd StTMt
CATON NURSING
HOME
1389 N.W. 71h St. Ph. 3-7301
Best care for chronic sick, con-
valescent and elderly people.
^.bLarge Beautiful Grounds^
Organization
Mimeographing and
Typewriting Service
600 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Room 22
58-2355 or 5-6798
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
. Ask for U. S.
. Government Inspection
Sound-StableVIcjoroua
Aention to All Your
REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-6479
III". ExPerl*nc In Building
"""ruction on Mf.ml Be.ch
Product*
Distributed by 0
FLORIDA PROVISION CO
Phone 2-6U1
1725 N. W. 7tb Arena.
Inc.
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PHONE 3 6924
PAINTING
AND
Decorating
INTERIOR and
EXTERIOR
LICENSED and
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GUARANTEED
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Phone 2-6141
1 1721 N. W. 7h Avenue
MIAMI
You never know when one or more
of these common ailments may
come along and interfere with your
work or pleasure. So be wisehave
a plentiful supply of Alka-Seltzer
on hand for the quick relief it offers.
Just drop an Alka-Seltzer tablet
or two in a glass of water, let it
fin, then drink it. No shaking,
no stirring, no trouble at all. At
all drug stores.
When Your Tablets Get Down to 4
That's the Time to Buy Some MORE


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OPA Attorney Returns
To Private Practice
Alfred Kreisler, former en-
forcement attorney for the South
Florida OPA district, has re-
turned to the private practice of
law with offices at 818 Seybold
bldg.. following his resignation
from OPA.
TEACHES TAX COURSE Book Council Announces, HosiTaTd^
FIREWORKS TO END
ORANGE BOWL FIESTA Terrence J. Thompson, former j Annual Book Contest
! special agent of the intelligence;
Fireworks in the Atlantic ocean unit internal Revenue service,
off Miami Beach will write a r,,',.(1 states Treasury depart-
blazing finish to Florida's 1!>4
Orange bowl festival on Jan. .'!.
Fired from five 100-foot barges
anchored off Miami Beach's Lum-
mus park, the show will be watch-
ed by thousands from scats to be
Kreisler was assistant prosecut-1 erected in the park and will last
ing attorney of Wayne county, q full 48 minutes.
Mich., before! Scats arc on sale at the Miami
becoming OPAlBeach Chamber of Commerce of-
enforcement at-
torney in De-
troit in 1945.
In July of that
year he assum-
ed his duties 'ii
the Miami
fice.
fices along with scats for
giant Orange bowl parade
Lincoln road.
WRITES PAMPHLET
the
on
kreisler recognition in
Washington as the most efficient
of all enforcement offices in eight
slates comprising the fourth OPA
region.
\ i raduate of Wayne un.
itj law school in p, troit, Kreisler
. part in a number of (. i
that produced nationwide inter-
"Chanukah: The Festival of
of. j Lights.'" a pamphlet written by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Miami
The Miami Beach, was recently published bj
enforcement di- tne Union of Orthodox Jewish
visii n recently Congregations of America
received special Copii btained from
the Union al 305 Broadway, New
Y 7, \. Y.
Rabbi Mescheloff is celebrating
his tenth j i piritual leader
of Coi tion B< th Jacob.
A six-volume set of Qraetz's
History of Jews" is the prize
that the adult winner of a local
book review contest will receive,
Abraham P. Gannes, secretary of
the Jewish Book Council of
Greater Miami, announces.
Residents of Greater Miami are
eligible to enter their reviews of
hooks with Jewish content writ-
ten by a Jew or non-Jew. Dead-
ment. has Join-
ed the teaching
staff of Penin-
sular institute,
to conduct the
f e d c r a I tax
course.
Engaged i n
the practice of line for the contest is Dec. 22.
public account-
ing a I) d tax
work. Thomp-
Second prize in the adult divi-
sion will be copies of Sholem
Asch'a "East River" and Arthur
11 and Mr? n
820 ^t ***
were |
a rec fc
Paign to |
Mount
hospit,!
Louis c rj
ton's chain
i.n
I "">.........f /\sen riM mver ana fliinur : n .i v '
Hi son is affiliated Koestler's "Thieves In the Night" ttU,h KrCitish Namon
with Benjamin sholom Aloichem's "The Old Sweater C\ n ,
N Wiener, certi- Country" will be awarded as third ., At T
THOMPSO
fied public accountant of Miami.
Dade Effort Renewed
To Revoke Klan Charter
is to pel uade Attoi in y
est while he was assistant prose- ,;,,..,, ., Tll| WaUon ,
cut,n8 attorney. Th,. Detroit the Ku Klux KIa.s sUte chartcr
race "ots- labor conl and ... ,.a ,,s W(.k b Ih(.
grand jury investigations of cor- Dade County Civil Rights coun-
rapt city officials wen i | ci, u lt> fi:M appea] faj,ed
I irles R, J :. Kenmth
K i -:- : resides at 3917 N. Me- Oka and Henning Heldt wer. ap-
ridian ave, and is active in B'nai pointed to di '! another letter
!. ith, Mian; Beach Zionist dis- pointing out to Watson what ac-
i. : ind Temple Beth Sholom. tion other states have taken
------------------------------- against the Klan and to study
To Air Job Problems alternative action it Wats n re-
,. .. fuses t' i act,
iiems i'i Jew-
ish "> itl will be discussed by pTTRrwflQr Torre
G ge J, Talianoff, Florida reg- rUnUflAat. IHfcfcb
toi of the Anti-Dcfa- Honoring their president, Mi
he speak- .it Al I m Goodman, membi s of
a Dux club breakfast at 10:30 Miami Beach Hadassah are pur-
a.m at tie Miami Y gym. cha i roup of 150 trees in
public is united. Charles Pali tine. The "Mollie Goodman
Zal president of the boys' or- Fon -:" will commemorate Mrs.
Home to Acknowledge
Campaign Gifts
\ inowledgemenl of contribu-
tions made to the Jewish Home
for the Aged in response to its
direct mail campaign will be sent
out when all donations are tabu-
lated, Harold Shapiro, chairman
of the drive, announced this week.
Contributors will be invited to
attend the dedication ceremonies
for the new addition to the Home
On Dee. 29,
Pledge cards for the $75,000
campaign were distributed Wed-
nesday night at a meeting attend-
ed by the Home executive com-
mittee and members of the Mi-
ami and Miami Beach Women's
auxiliai
prize. Prizes for youth division
will be announced soon.
Reviews should be limited to
750 words and should be typc-
j written or written legibly on 8
by 10 paper. Top sheet should in-
clude title and author of book and
the name, age, address, and tele-
phone number of the reviewer.
Entries should be sent to the
council in care of the Burau of
Jewish Education, 318 Congress
bldg,
Judges are Dr. M. A. Lipkind.
chairman, and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, Mrs. Max Shapiro. Fred K.
Shochet and Leonard Kimball.
> two tickets to the F~ I
** Chanuka ball f0 H
ttMdanvSundayw41
the Mian,, V. '
'n';' a,nnuaI Chanuka t, 1
^hwui feature,ru^a
"'"' Benevolent JT
'on hall. 2300 N W iS*
Sunday, Dei 15. Tickets^lU
phased at the mSTJ
Jeacc itin Fifth Av. : ,iBeadl^
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
n, annoum i I
No admission charge will be ist Congress. Mrs. Max Meisel,
4444 Post ave., is tree chairman.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
LFA
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
Here's a Tasty Dish for
Either a Meat or Dairy Meal!
The famous Gilbert and Sullivan
gave the world the song "A police-
Goodman's trip to the World Zion- man's lot is not a happy one." Were
they alive today, Gilbert and Sulli-
van might write another song, "A
housewue'a lot is not a happy one."
Not with shortages of food, prici s
sky-high and appetites as sharp as
ever.
To meet this situation, the Heinz
Home Institute presents the r.
below as its contribution to the
harrasscd housewife. Here is
something new, easy to pn |
and especially convenient, becau
it will do for cither a meat or
dairy meal. ..-^, .*>>?,;
Salmon Balls in Vegetable Sauce
I ll-oi. can 'Condensed Vege-
tarian Vegetable Soup .
1 cup water
1 cup cooked or canned salmon
Vi cup bread crumbs
3 eggs, beaten
j tablespoon 'Prepared Yellow
Mustard
'_ teaspoon 'Worcestershire
Sauce ,
' teaspoon salt
2 cups cooked rice
Combine soup and water. Cook
until bubbling. Flake salmon finely
Rabbi Joseph L Rackonrj
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
HEIMAN TO SPEAK
I. iis Heiman, of Miami, mem-
ber of the Florida Hlilel (
been invited to uis-
tl< late Hillel capital fiu
al Scher Memorial hall,
VUsi Palm Beach, il p.m. s
for thi Wi | I lm Beach com-
u .
A g al of $100,000 is being
sought in Florida to finance Hil-
lel buildings at the University
01 Gainesville and Florida State with fork. Add remaining ingrc-
rome
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"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 Wesl Palm Beach, Flo.
dients except rice to the salmon
and shape into bnlls. Place salmon
balls into diluted soup, then sim-
mer, covered, for 10 minutes or
until salmon is heated through.
Serve two salmon balls per serv-
ing in center of mound of fluffy
rice. Pour remaining sauce over
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too malL Over 50 years in business.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
Your Complex Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Aye. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
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Mount Sinai Memorial Park
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U7 NOVEM^ 29, 1946
***!*!> fhrtdfoui
SI CULTURE LIES III WICI =
OR. M. A. Ufl&Mmmmtmm ^ the agricultural scti!,..s A! I H eberman of Ph.
I^^nent national leadl
1 weuar. fund movement
tag In th s respect. \\ rman of the
behind In lost, ;, oi the firs
II'P Hrtu, l,.r... .1 Hl'Jtl 11 rnnf....____ ..
PAGE ELEVEN
I [he Mcond in a sertes
F.i'.. mi Nflfi"""' Jewish
Kd on
pfonthJ
erature of a people is the
rv through which cir-
u past and its present.
-Wrts a decisive influence
uiure. The eternal Jewish
its sustenance and
from the same
literature,
be the people of
And this is overwhelm-
ed us. But it is also
ia certain degree of other
Man is the creature of
,, which once spoken and
["modifies and shapes his
| draws
energy
[ |ts creative
Baim to
he
in the agricultural settleni(
Regrettably, however,
American Jewish
lagging
far
CSE n"W 'n8 the 'otal
be before the lmmig Appeal to be held on
t.on will be gathered to its lath- ft St. Louis. Mo
ers, those men and women who ni j .announced by Donald
kept the torch of Jewish learni! Atlanta! Ga
The tuture of
tin'
alive amongst us?
Jewish culture of
youth is at stake
Jewish Book Month, therefore
dedicates itself to rekindling the
spark of Jewish culture
the new generation. Its
na-
among
'ogan
Ifor example the modern
Wement lor the redemp-
Ipalestine lor our people.
loven to be the only solu-
) the age-old tragedy of
| homelessness. Prophets
poke of it: sages, saints
tovrs reiterated it from
Ito century. It found its
the liturgy as the very
of the Geulah, the re-
of Israel.
then in later years after
ire of emancipation, the
geulah had to be trans-
practical terms, who
the new soul? Who
t new burning aspiration
few Jews and later
numerable thousands?
(re the writers, essayists
fcersof the creative wt>rd,
j Pinsker. Gordon, Ahad
lerzl, Nordau and many
ring and dead,
nted word inspires the
its heroic struggle.
fction at present com-
that of the returnees
(Babylonian captivity of
ftemiah has told ". .
! with nnc of his hands
lin the work, and with
Ihand held a weapon."
i bitter struggle there
Kp in the continuation
culture. Today we
of Hebrew renais-
laccomplished fact.
pine there is an ever-
demand for books.
ent years an average
looks daily have been
j there. Moreover, the
(id reading of books is
to a small group of
^s but includes a large
'population, especially
chairman.
:;'A >"' expected to
' by more than l.oS
.munitiel
I Stales in
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COfRT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
,, ., No. 16888
l.''';-! a'""" '" JOHN u' CHBSHnOB,
N"ie!."l:. '',' INTENTION TO HAKE
CHARGE ''""" '''INAI' "IS-
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
niea my final report and >. iitiri for
LEGAL NOTICES
'fUKI
is Buy and read Jewish books I'.""1; ","1 ph M Proskauer
for pleasure and spiritual up- American Jew-
lift." An Important function oi mmittee. With the theme
Book Month is guidance
selection of books. Thj
does not arise where Hebri
Yiddish books are concerned.
Books in these languages by any
of the following authors displays
Jewish genius and love of our
priceless heritage. The authors
are Bialik, Tchernichowsky, Eg-
non, Burlo, Barash, Mendele
Peretz, Sholem Aleichem, Ye-
hoash and Leivick.
However, in selecting hooks on
Jewish themes written in Eng-
lish one should exercise (are.
Approved lists may be obi
from our own Bureau of J<
Education. If a list is not avail-
able, such authors as Lewisohn,
Steinberg or Lowenthal are sug-
gested.
tne
On the
cor
ting Anti-S.
Ami n Pi mf
.< to establish nation-v
Participation in the work oi i
ish committee and
Anti-Defamation Teag^e'o'i w sir.v.:V'.'lx",:,<: nan
the
B'nai B'rith, whose
mm are linanced and
.. petition for
nai Discharge as Executor <( the
'"", "I "'UN W. CHESHIRE, .1-
"i -""I that on the I nth day of
"""'"' ,, will a.....y **
1 We, W. P. Blanton.
C tunty, for
il rinal n porl and fi
lohn W Ch. hire
TIiIm:'.!'! I1'1 "' November, 1946,
Ml NDLEY II CHESHIRE,
Jtecutor of u. estate
WAX R. aVvER W< ''""S"1"-
to tin
I '.unity
approval
final dls-
Bstate of
th
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
toned, siring to engage In
!7: 'he fli tloux n...... of
[JKRM VN H \.\I.KT. nt 1390 S W
I. Ml,...... Fla.. i,,,,,,,, -
Id nami
1
with th,.
Of Drill.
Cleric of
County,
HERMAN K.W.Kit
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN RAY SPORTSWEAR MANU-
FACTURING COMPANY, at 2163 N.
W. Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
(Jounty, Florida.
IRVING RIRNBERO
HARKY MILDNER.
LESTER LASKY. ''^"^
Attorney for Applicants.
111)5 Congress Hldg.
11/15-21-29 12/G-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COLLINS PISH MARKET, at 604
Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A I, RENNERT
HARRY KIlKI.MAN
SOLOMON RIIAI'NSTEIN
HERMAN M. BERK. Partner"-
Attorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
Beach Women to Fete
Hillelites On Chanuka
Annual B'nai B'rith Hillel
Chanuka celebration Wednesday
evening, Dec. 18. will be spon-
sored this year by B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami Beach under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Ida
Optner and Mrs. Jack August
The event, which will be held
at the Hillel house, 3306 P
de Leon blvd.. will be limited to
Hillel students and inti I
B'nai B'rith groups, due to the
overcrowded building conditions.
Hillel students will portray the
Chanuka story in a presentation
aided by the Hillel choir. A so-
cial evening will follow with spe-
cial Chanuka refreshments served
by the B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs
Tillie Rosenthal is president of
the Beach Women's group.
" Soldiers stationed at Pratt Gen-
eral hospital will be welcomed at
the party.
Denver Home Group
To Discuss Luncheon
Mrs. Irving H. Miller, ,, ,
dent of the Greater Miami chap-
ter National Home for Jewish
1 nildren at Denver, will
discussion of the
1 ' 1 .
1 -.' 12 i
fo

Applicants,
Bidg.
NOTICE is
li
HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ins to engage In
the fictitious name of
NEW l.l: \ HYDROPONICS, ,, 349]
- W. 17th Street. Miami, Fla., In-
presi-
Jewish
"pen a
organization's
program for this year at 1:30 p.m
Tuesday, Dec. 3. at the home of
Mrs. A. David Rayvis, 1324 S W
18th st.
Plans for the Victory luncheon
to be held in January will be
explained and discussed. The
financial report on the souvenir
journal will also be given.
Refreshments will be served
after the business meeting.
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
name
< 'out t
nd to n
Clerk i>f thi Clrcull
County, P rldn
EDWARD RCHIN1
JACK N. WEST
KARRT niETZ,
Applicants,
congret s Blrtg.
O-27
with the
-1 Dad
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tlendened, desiring to engage in
' ler the flctltloue name of
OCEAN BUTE HOTEL at Ml Ocean
Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
Irter Raid name with the Clerk
Clrcull Court of Dade Countv.
JOSEPH W. OELFMAN
RKS8IE OELFMAN
SAMrt:i. RPBIN,
Atori fi r Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/11-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ui di Blrlng to engage in
huflness under the fictitious name of
IJTTI.i: RIVER I,lQ|-(iR STORE, nt
1932 S 1: Second Avenue Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with th" Clerk of th<- Circuit Court of
PI01 Ida.
SAMUEL SII.VI.-RRLATT.
Owner.
SAM SILVER,
Attomev for Applicant,
I 11 15-22-29 12 '6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BELL PAINTING AND DECORAT-
ING CO., at 2C13 Ponce de Leon Blvd..
Coral Oahies. Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida,
IRVING GERSTENFELD
RARNETT BI^OOM
SAM s'^VEr" S^RDEIJ'A
Attorney for 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
FLORIDA GRINDING COMPANY, at
201 S. W. Fourth Ave., Miami. Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
Oounty. Florida.
JACK FRANK
ISAAC FRANK
ALLAN CHAYKIN
ALBERT oppENTIEIM
VON ZAMFT & VON ZAMFT.
Attorneys for Applicants
2T2 W. Flagler St.
ll/S-15-22-29 12/6
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
11 di rslgi ed, d siring I ei "ise in
the flcl name of
THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEAN-
ING COMPANY, at "ll N. W. 2nd
t, Miami, Fla., Intends to reu-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
HARRY KAHN
Owner.
29 1! '6-13
WARD A. LEVINE, Pres.
IRVING BLASBERG, Treas.
WITH DIGNITY
ANLTHESPECT
. our competent staff
is ready to relieve you
of all the details in your
hour of bereavement.
Ambulance Service
5-5844
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign I, desiring to engage In
business tin :. the fictitious name of
CALVERT CLEANERS, a) *: 1 n-i x. \v.
22nd Ave., Miami, I'll Intends to
register Id n ime with the Clerk of
thi Cln till Conn of Dad.' 1'.unity.
Florida.
NATII \\ SCHRETBER,
Sole owner.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attot foi Applicant.
11/22-29 12/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigi ed, desiring to encapc in
buslm bs under the fi'-titlous name of
OULFSTREAM APPAREL, at 37 N.
E. First Street, Miami. Fla.. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Iiade County,
Florida.
HAROLD S. MEYERS
At, ROEMER
BURNETT ROTH,
Atti ney !: Applicants.
ll/S-15-22-29 12/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WRCRAFT INN. at 4427 N. W. 36th
St.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida,
NABER, INC.
ISAAC .TOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
ll/S-15-22-29 12/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HAY SHORE HOTEL, at 552 N E.
61st St., Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY FRIEDMAN
11/1-8-15-22-29
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at
2049 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
P50 ALTON ROAD
M,AMI B1ACH
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IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COIT.T
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No
R. !: ite of ELMER J. BLENIS,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
rll \RGE.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
filed m\ final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
tati oi ELMER J. BLENIS, do-
.as.il: and thai on the 16th day of
! i,. mber, 1916, will apply t" the
Ho rable W. F. Blanton, County
fudge "f Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and tor
final discharge ns Administrator of
the estate of Elmer J. Blenls, dc-
0th flay 'if November. 1946.
WILLIAM GEERY
Administrator.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
I j .... 2s 12. 6-13-20
IV Till: COUNTY JUDGE'S rorRT
IN \NR FOR dade COUNTY,
KI.oKlDA. IN PROBATE.
No. I'3S4
In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINO-
W1TZ, also known as SOPHIE mia -^
ERSON. also known as SOPHIE
MEYRISI IN. dei ensed.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
r,, aii Peisons Inten sod in the
Estate of Said Decedent:
you are hi rehy notified that a
written Inslrumenl purporting to be
t). last will 011.1 testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
Late In said Court
, o m in a n il c d
months from
publication "f
in said C
vou can.
You are hereby
within six calendar
the date of the first
this notice to appear
nil and show cause. If any
why the action of said Court
1 admitting said will to probate
nhould not stand unrevoked.
"'"" wrF'"BLANVnN.
Countv Judge.
By JENNIE L. PLANTON
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney.
11/15-22-29 12/6
Clerk.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 183S4
In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINO-
W 1TZ, also known as SOPHIE MEY-
ERSON, also known as SOI'HIE
MEYRisoN. deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have agiflnst the
estate of Sophie Rabinowlts, also
known as Sophie Meyerson also
known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased,
late of Miami Reach, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. \V. F. Blanton,
county Judge of Dade County, ana
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
presented ns aforesaid, or same
lie barred. See Section 120 of
RI33 Probate Act.
Date, November 12, A.D. 1946.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
As Executor of the Last Will
Testament of Sophie Rablnowltz,
also known as Sophie Meyerson,
also known as Sophie Meyrlson,
deceased.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Estate.
ll/i:i-22-29 12/6
and
will
the
and
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 1705S
Ite: Estate of DAVID K. REED,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHARGE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of DAVID K. REED, de-
ceased: and that on the 23rd day of
December, 1946. will apply to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for ap-
proval of said final report and for
rinal discharge as Executrix of the
estate of David K. Reed, deceased.
This ISth day of November. 1946.
ESTHER K. REED.
Executrix of the Estate of
David K. Reed, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executrix.
11/22-29 12/6-13
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UJA Appeal Before
Local Budget Group
Representatives of the United
Jewish Appeal will appear be-
fore the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation budget committee to
make application for a financial
grant Dec. 9, according to Victor
Garvey, Federation assistant in
community planning.
Work of the budget committee
in reviewing applications of local
and national organizations should
be concluded by that time. Gar-
vey said. The committee's rec-
ommendations will be brought up
for consideration by the Federa-
tion board of directors in mid-
December.
Agencies will be notified of the
committee's recommendations 10
days prior to the board meeting
MARRIAGE TOPIC FOR
MONDAY LECTURE
"Religious and Historical At-
titudes Toward Marriage and
Divorce" will be discussed by
Rabbi Murray Grauer at 8 p.m.
Monday at the Miami Y.
The rabbi's lecture is part of
the Jewish education and culture
program sponsored by a number
of Miami organizations.
The Haskalah movement will
be outlined by A. P. Gannes in
Tuesday morning's session of the
School for Jewish Women to be
held at the Peninsular institute.
223 E. Flagler st at 10:30 a.m.
His speech will be entitled "The
Dawn: The Period of Enlighten-
ment."
BOOK COUNCIL
ISSUES QUESTIONNAIRE
What ten books should every
Jewish person read? That's the
question which the Greater Miami
Jewish Book council is asking in
a questionnaire sent out to hun-
dreds of local residents.
Opinions will be tabulated and
analyzed, A. P. Gannes. secre-
tary of the council, announced.
Beth Sholom Services
"The Pilgrim Fathers, the Col-
umbians and the 'Stranger' will
be Rabbi Leon Kronish's sermon
topic for service this evening at
8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
with the Mesdames Levinson. Re-
becca Hoffman. Abraham Schiff.
Ben Seidler and M. Weiss as
hostesses.
Marybelle Norton, San Carlo
Opera star, u-.ll sing the role
,,f Musette in the Miami Opera
Guild's production oj "La Bo-
heme." according to />-". Arturo
di Filiipi, director of the Guild.
The Jan. 14th performance mill
be patron zed by Sholem lodge,
B'nai B'rith, and a portion oj
the proceeds will be dowoted
to B'nai B'rith's hospital pro-
jects. 7".c>'.< ts may i>c obtained
from Marx Feinberg, chairman,
al the Congress bldg,
2,500 Refugees Expected
In Next Few Months
Approximately 2.500 refugees
largest immigrant group since the
warare expected to arrive from
Europe in the next few months.
Victor Garvey, assistanl to
munity planning for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, states
that six ships will bring the dis-
1)1.ii ed persons t" the U S. ports
in December and the early months
of 1947.
Arrival <>f refugees has been
delayed by the maritime strike
fur several months.
Active participation in the ref-
ugee care program by Miami is
doubtful due to housing diffi-
culties. However, the Miami ref-
mittee, composed of Fed-
eration, Jewish Social service bu-
reau and the National Council
of Jewish Women's service to the
foreign born department, has of-
fered to accept a quota of two
refugee units (three persons) per
month. The offer was made to
United Service to New Americans.
national agency for aid to refu-
g< es.
IN THE MAIL
Rabbi Commends Stand
On Hospital Kashrus
To The F.ditor:
I should like to express my
nearty approval of your editorial
urging a Kosher policy foi the
Alton Road and Mt. S.na. hos-
lals We are building a new
fewish community in Miami.
Why can't we build democratic-
ally and take into consideration
the religious principles of all seg-
ments of the Jewish Ppulace.
There is no ground to feel that
there is opposition from the board
,,f trustees to the inclusion of
Kosher facilities in Mt. Sinai hos-
pital There is, however, a great
need for an expression of policy
with regard to this matter.
There are many individuals
who are overjoyed at the
thought of a Jewish hospital
in our community, but who
would like to see the word
"Jewish" defined by a regard
for Jewish tradition.
May I commend you for the
service you have rendered Miami
Jewry by giving public expres-
sion to what is being discussed
in our homes and houses of wor-
ship.
Respectfully yours,
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER.

ORTHODOX: CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington ave., Miami J ^EGATI0NBEu
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 Mur-
ray Grauer, Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
REFORM:
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
st., Miami; Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
$5,000 DOUBLES IN
AGED HOME PROJECT
To The Editor:
After reading the November 22
issue of the Jewish Floridian in
connection with the $1 Building
Fund Campaign (of the Jewish
Horn,- for the Aged), I wish to
take the opportunity to congratu-
late and thank you wholeheart-
edly for the way in which you
have analyzed the entire project.
I must confess that I was a
little skeptical after the 5,000 $1
bills were mailed out, but after
tie returns began to pour in it
was evident that the success of
this campaign was assured.
I am happy to report to you
that up to and including Thurs-
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Truitworthy Real Ectat* Servlc*
606 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 6-BMS
Rabbi Grauer on WKAT
Rabbi Murray Grauer will be
guest speaker on Station WKAT's
weekly religious program at 8:15
a.m. Sunday. The rabbi will dis-
cuss "Unity."
B-D DAY!
Is Approaching
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132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741
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Llf* I mil ranee Etta tee
Authoritatively Programmed
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Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9M1
Complete Line
Glassware Chinaware Silverware
Steam TablesCoffee UrnsRanges
FryersBake OvensHot Plates
FurnitureFloor Coverings
Misc. Equipment
FOR LAYOUTS
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will aave on a new roof later
"8*ti*f*ctory Work by
Experienced Man"
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/
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GRADE A PULVERIZED
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and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
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Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1113 S. W. 21st Terrace
ECONOMY
EXTERMINATORS
WE SPECIALIZE IN
TERMITE
CONTROL
5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection
GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER
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135 N' w. n,ird
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Rubin Irving LehrmjM
Sloan, executive dim
LIBERAL:
TEMPLE BETH SHOLl
Chase ave., Miami Be^j
Leon Kronish, Canto I
Kclemer.
day, November 21st, we had
approximately 2,700 envelope*
returned with a total cash of
$10,116. and about 2.300 en-
velopes are still outstanding. I
would also like to mention that
the latest returns contain larger
amounts.
I will be glad to give you an
additional report before you go
to press for the next issue. In
view of the enormous success of
this $1 campaign I feel that I no
longer have to conceal my iden-
tity as being the sponsor of this
project. We must also |
mind that we have conta
5.000 people and 20.01
still talking about the 1
I want to thank you i
your wonderful coopenta
for the publicity that j
given us in your pap
time you desire to
records of this project i
available to you.
Sincerely
max ad
1100 Hth Street.
Miami Beach, Fla.
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122 N. E. 6th St Ph. 3-5174
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Distinctive Monogrammed
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Informals Visiting Cart
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EACH account is insured sale to SMIOO1* |
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HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total i
$15,000 and be fully insured.
CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts vestments for Trust Funds as well as.Fun*
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FUNDS invested on or before thej10M
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