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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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WISH WEEKL
19-NUMBER 49
MIAMM^JLQRJD^RIDAY-DECEMBER 6 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
IA SETS $170,000,000 CAMPAIGN FOR 1947
[jsis Invite Dewey
To Address Local Rally
aiding tht opening of the World Zionist Congress in
/Switzerland, the Miami Beach Zionist district will stage a
Ljlly <* 8 P-m" Monday at the Miami Beach Senior High
11420 Drexel ave.
Thomas E. Dewey of New York, visiting Miami Beach in
cfion with the national governors' conference, has been
| to address the meeting. lack D. BurriB, president of the
, said yesterday.
ecial program is being planned for the session to which
xter Miami public is invited.
nzmann
Plea for Jewish State
ATLANTIC CITY (WNS)Moved by the impact of Jewish
j needs in Europe and Palestine and by reports that increasing
funds would be needed to succor and rehabilitate the Jewish
' survivors of Hitlerism, the national conference of the United
Jewish Appeal, in session here, unanimously approved a reso-
lution calling for a UJA quota of 3170,000,000 in 1947.
The resolution was introduced by former Secretary of the
Treasury Henry Morgenthau. The delegates were buoyed by a
report by Robert H. Nathan, prominent economist, that the
United States would experience a record prosperity wave in the
first six months of 1947 and that thtere was no evidence to sup-
pi it reports of the development* 7
BETH DAVID GETS
of a serious depression next year.
Prior to this announcement by
t!-o resolutions committee, head-
. (1 by Mr. Morgenthau, that it
had reached a decision to set
I S170.000.000 as the 1947 UJA goal,
the conference was stirred by an
address by Major General John H.
Hilldring, Assistant Secretary of
State.
Private Agencies Must Help
Declaring that neither the
United States Army nor the pro-
posed International Refugee Or-
ganization could be expected to
ain was greeted with applause.
Had the Anglo-American commit-
tee report on Palestine been
adopted and had President Tru-
man's request for the admission
of 100,000 homeless Jews to Pal-
estine been heeded, he said, "our
ships would now be shuttling
thousands of Jews to Palestine
to Palestine, not to Cyprus."
Hopes Congress Will Act
Secretary of War Robert R.
Patterson, in an address at the
Saturday evening session, told the
1,700 delegates that he favored
ON (JTA)Dr. Chaim Weizmann, in his keynote ad-
lio the World Zionist Congress next Monday, will tell the
government that it has the choice of either returning to
ndate or retiring from Palestine after establishing a Jew-
Ib in an adequate area.
prdina to close advisers of the head of the Zionist move-, "B-D DAY"-climactic point of
_fc ffruzmann, who is now resting in Lugano, Switzer-jthe Beth. David building .fund
lord working on the final draft of his address, will warn campaigncomes Sunday with
1 "1 that these two alternatives are the only possible solu-; about one-third of the S525.000
-**uons of the Palestine problem. Loai already secured by the in-
The Zionist Review, organ of [tial gifts division under the
inization couia De expecieu 10 = .- D ,
j j^i <,iA tn rvioot thp'the speedy admission into Pales-
need^^p^d wVin>e o'fiojooo displaced Jews and
Europe, General Hilldring warned the admission into the United
against building -false illusions Sates of a limited number of dis-
placed persons, as urged by Presi-
dent Truman. He said the "total
number of authorized immigrants
that effective assistance can be
given the DPs by the military
authorities and by international
fdmine Kill:
(Four Tommies
pALEM 1 JTA)A land-
nek blasted a military
Ive miles west of Jerusalem
led four British soldiers
Sixth Airborne division,
officially announced here.
ie. which was filled with
as electrically detonated.
' the attackers was cap-
Miile. rumors continue
P'lsh military headquarters
[Middle East will eventu-
I transferred to Palestine,
'a denial by government
fflicer Richard Stubbs. It
Mood that Field Marshal
r Mont8omery, in a talk
m offjcers at Sarafand on
>'. asked that the troops
|tte Jewish extremists in
* and on no account per-
r to Ieave the country.
RALEM (JTA)-The Pal-
L We announced this week
,Dersons are under arrest
a five-hour gun battle
jeart of Jerusalem be-
Jewish extremists and
' trops and police.
rte the l.erceness
' *h'ch was aimed at the
f' a in the center of the
framing lhe
there were only five
flts >d no deaths,
f 21, and
fn0SP lnc -
" name was given
lvr,*ere slightly wounded
U*s and a young Jew.
el < a bomb splinter. Two
^tables were hospital-
enng from blast shock.
the Zionist movement in Britain.
declares in its current issue that
it would be regrettable if the
Congress were to "fritter away"
its time discussing the Jewish
Agency's proposal for partition,
since the British government has
chairmanship of Jacob Sher.
Major event of the drive will
be the dinner Sunday evening at
which Rabbi James J. Heller,
former president of the United
Palestine Appeal, will be guest
speaker.
Rabbi Heller is flying
in from Cincinnati especially for
this occasion.
Louis Heiman, chairman of the
special g.fts division and his wife
ita execu- will be hosts at the dinner which
,-ering its execu v- hotel.
not accepted it as a basis for dis-
cussion.
The editorial suggests that the
Congress confirm its resolution
of 1937, empowering its execu- j wjjj '- at the Victor hotel,
tive to negotiate with the British j Temination of lhe campaign is
to ascertain the terms for the expected within the next ten
possible establishment of a Jew-!davs, sincc substantial special
ish state and to bring any pro- gifts are expected to be announced
posed scheme before a subsequent
Congress.
The London Economist, com-
menting on new reports that the
re-opening of the London con-
ference on Palestine has been
definitely postponed unt.l Janu-
that the postponc-
Sunday evening.
General solicitation will be
conducted under the leadership
,,f Ben Essen following the din-
ner. .
Funds collected in the drive
Will be used to erect a synagogue,
Talmud Torah and recreation fa-
cilities for Beth David at Co al
"disappointment last year," he
asserted, was the lack of progress
in finding permanent homes for
the displaced Jews. He said it
was not only the responsibility of
the United States "to care and
maintain the displaced persons"
on as high a standard as possible
but to find permanent homes for
them."
Referring to President Tru-
man's directive facilitating the
admission of displaced persons in-
to the United States, Mr. Hill-
dring expressed regret over the
fact that the results of the direc-
tive "had not been as large as
we would have liked." He added,
however, that progress in admis-
sions were being made through
"effective implementation of the
directive and the elimination of
obstacles "such as the lack of
consular and transportation fa-
cilities."
He said the resettlement of
could be made available for dis-
placed persons on a proportionate
basis," and expressed the hope
that Congress would act on Mr.
Truman's proposal.
Characterizing the immediate
entry of 100,000 Jewish DP's to
Palestine and the liberalization of
immigration to the United States,
as "projects that have thorough
merit and should be fulfilled." Mr.
Patterson termed the resettle-
ment issue a problem for all na-
tions and urged that the United
States take the lead in pressing
for the realization of large-scale
settlement through the United
Nations and its agency, the Inter-
national Refugee Organization.
Disclosing that there were 150,-
000 displaced Jews in the U.S.
zone in Germany and 30,000 in
the U.S. zone in Austria, the Sec-
retary of War called for generous
support of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. He emphasized the continu-
He sa d the resettlement f- ** .------------------- -
Jews and others was an interna- ed and increased requirements of
ary, asserts -----
ment is due to Anglo-American between 26th and 27
hopes that "by a miracle a sparK __
of willingness to compromise ma> _, _2gv g||
be kindled" at the Zionist < ( OIIHIIU tV
Hospital needs in Greater Miami
will be revealed during Mt.
Sinai Hospital Day.
which will mark
tional responsibility and as a
government we will continue to
insist upon this position regard-
less of the failure of others to re-
alize their responsibilities." This
evident reference to Great Brit-
the displaced persons in Europe
and focused the attention of the
conference on the requirements
of the agencies of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
(Continued on Page 4)
Observe Hospital Day Dec. 15
of the
government
five
Aliza
4-year-old
Center Prepares ";., MU-
Building Plans- &ft**- ~
the formal
Planning for the new building posed 250-bed institution.
which will house the Miami Beach
Jewish Center at Washington aye.
and 17th st. is nearing comple- inc nmw ; ^'^eater Miami
Results of the survey made by
nr Jacob J Golub. director of
the New York Hospital for Joint I
and 17th st. is wwi" r0f .Diseases for the Greater Miami
tion, Alfred Stone, chairman of Dm F tion. wiU be made
h-.rrhltafitural committee, an- Jewish eeaen ^ ai threc
PUD1 .. u hold simultane-
Kcnes'to be held simultane-
the 'architectural committee
nounced this week.
Charles Greco, of Boston, who
has designed a number of Amen- ou^ ^^ Joseph M
can synagogues, has beWork| On ^ ^^ RoSe ,
ing on the plans. Supei^wry P n of th. jr.nl at
architect here w'' .^ ^n fhe Royal Palm hotel, and Jack
Anis. Zurwelle-Whittaker will O**^ Jack Burris w.l
serve as consulting engineeis. rharae of the session at
J&SJK -*
the air-conditioning.
the Shei&orne -- --
Lewis wiU be chairman of the
meeting at the Alcazar Roof
Garden in Miami.
Mt Sinai Sabbath will be ob-
served in local houses of wor-
ship on Dec. 14.
It is expected that contribu-
tions pledged to the campaign up
to Dec. 15 will be announced at
the brunches.
A public statement on kashrus
at the proposed hospital will
probably be presented at the
brunches. (For additional state-
ments on the kashrus issue, see
page three.)
Golub's survey on hospital re-
quirements here is now being
studied by trustees of Mt. Sinai.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
dent of the trustees, presented
an advance copy of the study to
the Dade County Medical society
following his address at the so-
ciety's annual meeting Tuesday
night.
"The new Mt. Sinai hospital
represents a contribution by the
Jewish community of Greater
Miami, winter visitors and tem-
porary residents to the health and
welfare program of the entire
community," Meyer stated. "It
is intended to supplement the
existing hospital facilities and to
be operated as a non-sectarian
institution as to patients and
staff."
Meyer will be host to repre-
sentatives of the local press and
radio at noon Wednesday in the
Everglades hotel and will outline
the campaign plans.
On Sunday he will be inter-
viewed by Mrs. Jane Fisher on
her program over Station WGBS
at 12:45 p.m.
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Personally Speaking .
Awarded a fellowship to
study at the Yale university
Neuro-Psychiatric institute. Miss
Bernice Panetz is looking for-
ward to entering the Yale grad-
uate school in June. Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Panetz.
1540 S. W. Sixth St., she re-
cently returned from Florida
Southern college, Lakeland, and
is now teaching at Shenandoah
school .
Mrs. John Kronenfeld and
Mrs. Melvin Weinkle will en-
tertain at a luncheon in Jean's
Studio Inn Saturday for Miss
Miriam Shaff, bride-elect of
Milton Weinkle. Guests will
include Miss Shaff's bridal at-
tendants .
Mrs. Irving Cooperman and
son, Michael Lee, returned to
their home in Buffalo, N. Y.,
last week after spending a
month here with Mrs. Cooper-
man's parents, the Rev. and
Mrs. Joseph Malek, 1561 Lenox
ave. .
Miss Zelda Symans, senior
at the University of Georgia,
has been elected president of
the campus chapter of Hillel.
Secretary-treasurer of the East-
ern Hillel conferences, she is a
majorette with the university
band. Miss Symans is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
A. Symans, 1214 S. W. 13th st. I
F. E. Stern, winter visitor from
Baltimore. Md., is stopping at
1866 N. Bayshore dr., his usual [
"headquarters" Miss Elaine
Slepian left last night for Gaines-
ville where she will attend the
'Tall Frolics." She will return
to Miami Sunday Henry
For The Best
Hand Made
Chocolates
Created By The
House of
GIRARD
CANDIED FRUITS
By
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
(The Original)
RF.UF.MBRASCE CARDS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE PARCEL POST
FROM COAST TO COAST
10 & 12 S. L Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power &. Light Co.
Bulbin is back from a four-
week trip north .
Cantor Louis D. Feder of
Congregation Beth Jajcob is in
Brooklyn, N. Y., where he at-
tended the funeral of his father
who passed away Monday.
Cantor Feder will return to Mi-
! ami next week Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff returned Wednes-
day after a short visit to Jack-
sonville .
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rubin, 1890
S. W. 21st St., celebrated their
29th wedding anniversary on
Tuesday Charles R. Jacob-
son, executive director of B'nai
; B'rith Sholem lodge, will dis-
play 11 abstractions at the
jOpen Air exhibition which will
I be held from Dec. 9 to 15 at
Bayfront park .
Mrs. Sigmond Schaefler, 7710
Abbott ave., is convalescing at
home after her recent operation.
Melvin Altman, son of Mrs.
Mona Altman, 7710 Abbott
ave., celebrated his 31st birth-
day last Wednesday Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Rapee and fam-
ily have moved from their home
on Harding ave. and are now
living in their new home at 1191
Everglades concourse. They
are the son-in-law and daughter
of Mrs. Altman .
After vacationing in Cleve-
land, Ohio, Marvin Nashkin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nash-
kin, 7710 Abbott ave., returned
Tuesday .
Visiting Dr. and Mrs. Ran-
dolph Shevach, 3426 Prairie
ave., are Mrs. Shevach's brother
and his French bride, Capt. and
Mrs. Emanuel Ress. They re-
cently arrived from France
where Capt. Ress has been on
military duty. Dr. and Mrs.
Shevach returned last week
after a short visit to Chicago.
Gail Glickman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glick-
man, 1553 Meridian ave., cele-
brated her third birthday Tues-
day.
Miss Amy Adelson was hon-
ored at a welcome home party
Nov. 28 at the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Adelson, 811 Jefferson ave. Miss
Adelson returned after five and
one-half years of nursing train-
((CONTINUEO ON PACE 8)
Miss Richter Names
Attendants for Sunday
The marriage "f M>ss Shirley
Richter to Richard M. Bronncr
will take place 3 p.m. Sunday at
the Robert Richter hotel. The
' hiide-to-bc is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Richter. 4666 N.
Bay id., and Mr. Bronner is the
gori Of Mrs Marvin Bronner, 2661
Collins ave.
A reception for the couple will
precede the ceremony. Later a
dinner will be held at the hotel
. for members of the family.
Miss Richter will be attended
by two matrons of honor. Mrs.
Louis Snctman. the bridegroom's
i sister, and Mrs. Danny Richter.
sister-in-law to the bride. The
Misses Marjorie Berman and Ar-
line White will be the brides-
! maids.
Mr. Bronner's brothers. Robert
and Henry, will attend him.
Ushers will be Alvin and Danny
Richter, Al Givett and Louis Snet-
man.
The couple will return to Mi-
ami Beach after a honeymoon trip
to Havana and Vera Bera. Cuba.
2 EVENTS TO HONOR
MARSHALL PEPPER
Two affairs this weekend will
honor Marshall Alan Pepper,
whose Bar Mitzva will be cele-
brated at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation Saturday
morning.
His parents. Dr. and Mrs. Max
Pepper, will be hosts at kiddush
following the services tomorrow
at the synagogue. They will also
hold a reception for relatives and
friends at their home. 2101 S. W.
17th St.. from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High school,
Marshall is the grandson of A.
Pepper and of Mrs. M. Silber-
stein.
Miss Shier to be June Br
Parents Plan Receptm
One of the first prospective brides to reveal ni
wedding is Miss Edith Shier, who will be ma fl"
Applebaum on June 8 at Beth David congregation '
Miss Shier's engagement is announced bv h
and Mrs. Henry Shier, who will be hosts at a rT POt"
couple from 3 till 5 p.m. Sunday. Dec 22 at tll^l
S. W. 21st ter. No invitations are beina ^_T n0meJ
a< 'he tjJ
are being sent Fri
relatives will be welcomed.
Miss Shier and her fiance are both seniors
of Miami. Sunday school teachers
at Beth David and members of
the University Psychology club.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, the bride-elect at-
tended Western Reserve univers-
ity in Cleveland. A staff mem-
ber of the University Hurricane
and Ibis, student newspaper and
yearbook, she is a member of
Lead and Ink, honorary journal- ^^ ,***
ism fraternity, and an associate
member of Mu Beta Sigma, Mi-
am1 biological society. *^^^ /'
A drum majorette at the uni-
versity for the past three years,
she has done special service work
for the USO and Red Cross for
four years. She is advisor to
the ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls.
Son of Mrs. Marie Appelbaum,
1715 S. W. 23rd ter., Mr. Appel-
baum is a veteran of four years'
service with the Navy. He was
discharged with the rank of lieu-
tenant (jg) after serving in the
Pacific area for two years. A
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
high, he attended the University
of Florida for two years:
affiliated with the F cluB
Alligator newspaper, the Buj
and Economics college pap
the Intramural staff.
CIRCLE TO CELEBRATE
POET'S JUBILEE
Celebration of the 70th jubilee
-if Poet Abraham Raisin will be
held at 8 p.m. Sunday evening at
the Miami Y by the Workmen's
Circle Vladeck Branch 699 and
the Ladies' club. A program of
Raisin's songs and other writings
will be presented.
M. Gleberman. teacher for the
Workmen's Circle school, will be
the main speaker. Other partici-
pants will be Harry Rose, Harry
Greenberg and Mrs. Celia Teitle-
baum.
The public is invited.
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L ittCEMBEB 6. W_
Ltnai B'rith to
lin Sholem
Ltfnai BTith will enter-
il*n.embers of the or-
r T^cdav evening at
Krad'vhen members of
B,, Women's chapters
MlB skit, "Bigger
fcSTEirf by Miss
Ccanov.-ky. director of
Hrk for the fifth district,
Ks originally presented
L district BBG convention
ton the Program Tuesday
LjU be the P rformance of
her Morley's one act
East of Eden."
t on youth groups will be
by Miss Donna Feld-
ADAM AND EVE lOUOmiSSSSSS
PAGE THREE
program
will follow elec-
lofficers by Sholem lodge.
(Over is tHt- sole presiden-
odidate.
Mamches to Serve
David As Cantor
|Rev. Maurice Mamches will
I his activities with Beth
[Congregation at services
ip.m. this evening.
to of the Rev. Mamches as
of the cantorial and
departments of Beth
fwas announced this week.
rllmi served the
Maml .' -h commu-
more tnnn 10 years and
i affiliated with the con-
lory of music at the Uni-
y of Miami.
r.tly cantor of the Miami
Orthodox Congregation,
ds Cantor A. S. Fried-
lBeth David.
pice Home Group
Pledge Lunch
i of the pledge luncheon
; for March will concern
of thi' Dade chapter,
ions'. -'a Cardiac
at heir ng at 1:30
fafciscV ,: ihc Beach Y.
iertrude Lachs will preside.
[journal committee will re-
its activities. A social
|will follow the general
hip met ling to which the
!is invited.
fibers of the board of direc-
convene at 10:30 a.m.
|Y.
Adam and Eve will make their appearance at the meetina
*ol Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening at Temple
Israel when the B'nai B'rith Girls present Christopher Morley's
one-ad comedy, "East of Eden." Starred in the cast are (1. to r.)
Joyce Powell as Eve. Lorraine Kohlenberg as Cain, Terry Fish-
man as Adam and (seated) Myrna Levy as Cain's wife.
era Guild of Miami
Presents
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pir> IUh.l3th-14th'ieth
BER OF SEVILLE," by
Rossini
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UJA to Seek Local Aid
In Record 1947 Drive
Koestler's New Novel
Slated for Review
Arthur Koesiler's "Thieves
In the Night" will be discussed
by Mrs. I M. Wpin*;- Thurs-
Greater Miami will be the first
Jewish community to be ap-
oroaehed by the United Ji
Appeal following the announci -
nent of the S170.000.0nn goal forl in ,he book review series c. the
the 1947 UJA program for rescue, Miami Beach Women's division,
-elief and rehabilitation work inj
Europe and Palestine.
UJA representatives will pre-
sent a request for local funds at I
i meeting of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation budget com-1
mittee Monday evening. Herb
Scher, budget chairman, will
preside.
Monday's session may conclude'
the series of meetings at which r> c. ft,. !.. c:i_
the committee has been studying T See
requests of local, national and
overseas agencies
day at the first _/w,...3 vent
American Jewish Congress.
The affair, which will be held
at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will be attended by
husbands cf the subscribers as
special guests.
The Koestler book is a novel
describing present day Pales-
tine, particularly the Jewish
defense movement.
IN THE MAIL
November 27, 1946.
Mr. Morris Klass, Exec. Director,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
1002 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Mr. Klass:
I have read your communica-
tion concerning the Mt. Sinai
Hospital Sabbath.
Jewish law permits the eating
of non-kosher food only where
such food will save a human lite.
Since the majority of patients
who would come to the Mt. Sinai
hospital will not be in that classi-
fication I can in no way sanction
the supplying of non-kosher food
to patients in that hospital.
Until such time as the hospital
will definitely state that it will
be equipped to supply kosher
food to its patients, I cannot, ac-
cording to Jewish law, help in its
creation.
The first "quick fact" which
" "i note is that "The Mt. Sinai
hospital will be a non-sectarian
al hospital operating under
Jewish auspices." "Non-sectar-
ian" to me means that it will be
ready to serve people of all faiths
and sects. If it cannot supply
kosher food to the Orthodox Jew,
it is not adequately non-sectarian
from my point of view.
I do hope that the rumors to
!the effect that there will be a
kosher kitchen in the Mt. Sinai
i hospital are true and that such a
; kitchen will be set up in the Alton
[ Road hospital.
So soon as that becomes the
policy of the hospital, I shall be
eager to do everything within my
power to help its establishment.
Sincerely,
MOSES MESCHELOFF,
Rabbi,
cc to Jewish Floridian.
December 2, 1946.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Congregation Beth Jacob,
311 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach 39. Florida.
Dear Rabbi Mescheloff:
In reply to your communica-
tion of November 27th, I have
just been informed that the trus-
tees of Mt. Sinai hospital will be
prepared to come out with a
public statement regarding kosher
food at Mt. Sinai hospital on De-
cember 15th.
This statement will be pre-
sented by the president of the
board of trustees at the breakfast
meeting which will be held on
Miami Beach that morning. The
statement will govern the policies
of Mt. Sinai hospital and will be
of great interest to the commu-
nity.
Sincerely yours,
MORRIS KLASS,
Campaign Director,
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Surprise entertainment will be
featured at a meeting of the
Emanon club Wednesday evening
al the Miami Y, -----inq to
Martin Rothschild, TOgtVn
chairman.
The movie, "The House I Live
In." starring Frank Sinatra will
Recommendations of the budget ] be featured at the weekly Fur.
group for allocations will be sub- j Ft'st thls afterno.
mitted to the Federation board of Y at 3 P-". tr> -------- wl"
directors for final approval. bc shown.
____________________ Mrs. David Walterman will or-
_, :/.q a children's rhythm band.
Plans Two Sermons
"Have We Earned a New
Name?" will be Rabbi Moses j
Mescheloff's topic at the Beth
Jacob Friday night forum. 8:30 j
p.m. this evening.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
"Death of a Patriarch" at adult
services at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Bible class will be at 4 p.m.
with S. J. Freedman in charge.
Mincha at 5 p.m. will be followed
by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Meschel-
off will speak on the portion of
the week.
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UJA SETS S170 MILLIOHGUL
(Continued from Page 1) '
rW.fl low. Still in ItamA H' let). ,,i ,.:. .,
1.000.000 Jews Still in Need
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chair-
man of the European Executive
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Halperin.
320 W. 25th St., announce the
hirth of their dauqhter. Arline, | council of the Joint Distribution
- t i___MQ,r,^ committee, reported that over
Nov. 23 at the JackeoniMemo-Lmm Jcws in Europe were
rial hospital. .. November ^Htn j stjll complcteiy dependent on
will have a double meaninq fpr United Jewish Appeal funds for
Leon Maynard Feiner who was! basic essentials of life. In 1946.
born on Thanksqivinq day at he said, the JDC expended for
, ., ,____i_i u relief and rehabilitation and re-
Jackson Memorial hospitaL Me S(.ulpmcnt overscas more than
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- S58.000.000. adding that was "the
mond E. Feiner, 1608 Drexel largest sum ever provided in a
ave [single year for relief by a wholly
A dauohter Laura Eileen, voluntary agency dependent for
.. .. Du its support on voluntary giving."
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rob- _
A CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN JEWRY
American Jewry, spared only by distance and destiny from
the fate of its European brethren, faces a great and historic
challengethe rescue, rehabilitation and resettlement of the
1,500,000 Jews who escaped death and annihilation at the hands
of the would-be world masters.
A year ago, when the United Jewish Appeal embarked upon
its $100,000,000 campaign, the curtain of woe and pain had not
yet sufficiently lifted to give us a full view of the Jewish tragedy
in Europe. That the need was great we realized. That the tens
of thousands of survivors would look forward to our helping
handthat too was obvious. That the survivors would have to
be fed, clothed and housedthat too was clear. That the
physically and spiritually broken Jews in Europe would need
spiritual guidance and helpthat also was understood.
But who could have imaqined, even in the darkest of mo-
ments. that the plight of the survivors was of ^J^^\^^SSti^Sw.^ fu.Tre.S eU'beyX, STEB
as to elude evaluation? Who could have imagined even in, ^ Hyman jablon, 1680 Col- f 1946. full opportunity for emi-
moments of despair, that a world which almost bled to death in a ; ]jng aye Mr and Mrs. Loute gration and resettlement for those
struggle to preserve human dignity would turn deaf ears to the Zeientz, long-time residents of who wish to go to Palestine, the
very people whose destruction was to have symbolized Hitler's Miami, announce the birth of United States and other lands and
victory over the forces of decency? What prophet of doom and their qrandson, Allen William, full reconstructive aid for those
destruction could have predicted that the so-called civilized on Nov. 25. His parents are Mr. who will continue to dwell in
nations of the world would shut their doors and haven to the and Mrs. Saul Srole. Silver Europe 8 more democratic:.
, i .i o \in_ u v i .-^ m.cr. SDrinas, Ma. tries. He disclosed that in 1947,
survivors of the hand of death? Who could have foreseen, even ^nq^ ^^^ dauqhter of ,1h, jdc wou,d requjre $,? 000 .
in the greatest of wisdom, that more than a year alter tne Mj. Qnd Mrg Ted Bramson 620 000 more for expanded rehabilita-
cessation of hostilities tens of thousands of Jews would be Ian- s w 24th rd., was born Tues- tion operating among Jewish DP's
guishing in displaced persons camps, in indignity and shame? ; dav at St. Francis hospital. Bon- while they wait to begin "a new
Who could have foretold that a callous Britain would keep its nje has a brother and sister, life in Palestine ar '
iron fist on Palestine's gates while helpless victims of Hitlerism jjacquelyn and Franklin. Mr. Masaryk Cautions
To assure the real recovery of
ert Buslow. 10 N.E. 64th st Nov. ^^ distresscd Jews y hc
25 at St. Francis hospital. She (.,|lled for a program including
^ report said that u,
"'"'< Sl22.250.00o! W
lr> E"'"P" and oth' 1UH
wor}*the uniff yd
Peal estimated m Jl*H
and the United Serbia
Americans said it Wo,m
over $8,000,000 for ^ '
the Unite,! Sta ""
Other speakers included!
Strauss. Stanley c. Mj!
ami. president of the'r
Jewish Federations and
funds; Harold J. Gold!
Minneapolis; Edmund I
mann. of Washington- L
Levy, of .New York; ifauj
rice N. Eisendrath, of fV
and Charles J. RosentJ
Pittsburgh, one of three,
co-chairmen of the UJA.
Strictly Confidential!
By I'HISEAS J.
NOT INNOCENT
Many American Jew$ ,
unique positia
11 not so tn
day in the
crous wi re
protesting the
a leading collaborator wj]
Nazi hordes that massaa
in Palestine and other lands." milli(m of their brethren. J
; man controlled a pre3|
were clutching at its doors in despair? What wise man could land Mrs. A. Bacher. 11037 Alton, A warning against relying on "The
have foretold that the very people of Europe who fell victim to j ^d-J^""uncf J_^ ,i,|jj^ j governmental programs for help-
the surviving Jews
I nrandson, Leonard Norman
Garber. He is the son of Mr.
Rosenstock, Miami Mrs. Bacher
recently returned from Cali-
the hate preachings of the Hitlerites would turn their wrath upon
the very Jews against whom the poison arrow was directed?
But that, unfortunately, is the situation today.
And, what is more, it has grown increasingly clear that,
if the plight of the Jewish survivors is to be alleviated, help
must come from Jewish hands alone. It was probably this
that Jan Masaryk, Czechoslovak Foreign Minister, meant
when he cautioned at the UJA national conference, against
reliance on governmental programs for helping the surviv-
ing Jews of Europe.
The successful 1946 UJA drive has been called, and rightly,
one of the greatest achievements in the history of American \ at the Jackson Memorial hospi-
humanitarian endeavors. But that achievement can, and must. tal. Mrs. Kramer is the former
be surpassed by American Jewry if the Jewish survivors are to Rose Blank. Nancy Lee,
avert death and annihilation at the hands of hunger, famine, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
homelessness and despair.
That is the challenge that faces American Jewry today.
Miami Jewry in addition faces another challenqe. It has al-
ready committed itself to a number of causes. Many cam-
paigns are now in progress. The combined total exceeds ten
million dollars. As a community, we have accepted the re-
sponsibility for these undertakings. This money will have to be
raised.
was is-
movement for the i
tion of man.- dignity jj thel
ment for freeing the worM
mg the surviving
I sued by Jan Masaryk. Foreign the Jews." .. That st
and Mrs. Albert Garber of Call- Ministcr of Czechoslovakia.
Ad- peared in the Croatinn -n
forma. Mrs. Garber is the to- dreMmg onc of thc scssions Mr fc ,, M ^'lll
mer Elvsee Bacher of Miami MaMryk said ..tht. lack of dc_ ^ supreme headHI
Beach. The baby s qreat-qrand- dgion r l(, who js responsible foI. ,. ( J g*J H
oarents are Jbj^Mr.^B. |furth rellt, d wre it js to g?$ g j
come from adds a certain omi- capital, the man who cm
nousness to the human welfare this press was Aloviu, So1
forma where she spen several n,.(,ds ()f Europc for 1947." He
weeks visitinq her children. estimated "it will take more than
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kramer ., ye h,.forc we see dcfinite dav.
announce the birth of their |ight in this problcm and before the Ustashl against
1 ^?>1 &fi~Ta/SSlS ~% w<" sro wlcome flashes that in- pt.()ple are fully di
dicate we no longer need to de- 1 the American Jewish Ya
pond on private relief." issued by the American |
The closing down of UNRRA, 1 Committee.
. In February, 1942. Sf
became the apo.-toLc chap]
the Ustash army,.. Tr.ec
ham Nadler. 1734 S.W. 21st ter.,
was born Nov. 10. Louis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sperlinq,
507 12th st., Nov. 6. Jerilee,
dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. James
W. Goodman, 2601 S.W. 13th
st., Nov. 4. .
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Glassman, 833 Biscayne
st., Nov. 19. Roberta Carol,
The increased goal for UJA will without doubt necessitate | dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
he warned, made it mandatory
upon American Jewry to assume
greater obligations through the
United Jewish Appeal and its
three constituent organizations.
the Joint Distribution committee,
the United Palestine Appeal and
the United Service for New
Americans.
Report by National Chairman
THE ZIONIST FRONT
Those who expect Rabbi
H. Silver to fight for Dr.|
Weizmann at the
World Zionist Congress at|
Switzi rland, are due to I
appointed. Sliver will stj
ly support the policies oft
erable leader, but will
complete autonomy for t
William Rosenwald, national lst Oi ganization of Ameri
have to consider if it can afford to undertake
allocation for UJA above that of last year. Federation must
keep face with its contributors who were told that last year's
qiving would establish no precedent. It must likewise keep
! of Mr. and Mrs. Nat J. Ruder- '?" ETpe wn?"? ex'slent'ef
had been threatened by lack of
man, 1953 S.W. second st.. Nov.
18. .
Enid Lynne, dauqhter of Mr.
face with its responsibilities to other local causes- -this despite j and j^rg tsrae] Zuckerman 500
Free Palestine, is doing I
up job in converting mem|
Parliament to a
more
homes, by hunger and disease.
He called the successful 1946 Palestine policy...
drive "one of the greatest achieve-; City College (of Ne*
the unquestionable need for UJA's S170.000.000. Other commu- s!w.*56"th'ave', NovIb""*" No7- mcnts in the history of American memento
nities in the United States, with local capital needs already met,, man Michael, son of Mr. and humanitarian endeavors."
will have to realize that we have never failed our responsibility Mrs. Jacob Friedland, 1533 Henry Mentor and Isidor Coons,
to our brethren. Nor will we now. But they will also have to Pennsylvania ave., Nov! 15.
understand our limitations, needs and restricted potentialities.
Other cities will have to redouble their previous results to meet
these emergencies until such time as Greater Miami is in a Reception to Follow
position to outdo itself for worthy causes.
Beth David Service
POLICY AT LAST
In an exchange of letters this week it was revealed that a
statement of policy for Mt. Sinai hospital will be issued on Sun-
day, December 15th, designated as Mt. Sinai Day.
The correspondence, concerning the much discussed kosher
kitchen that is beinq urqed for both the Alton Road and Mt.
Sinai hospitals, was between Rabbi Mescheloff, of Beth Jacob
Congregation, and Morris Klass, executive director of the hos-
pital campaign. The letters are reprinted elsewhere in this
issue.
The statement of policy to be disclosed will include the plans
in this regard. If our unofficial but reliable sources of informa-
tion are correct, the policy will provide for the establishment of a
kosher kitchen in the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital buildinq. The
statement will also announce the inability to make room for
kashrus in the present Alton Road structure to be opened some-
time in January.
The old maxim, "where there's a will there's a way," surely
executive vice chairmen, re-
ported that of the 5,000,000 Jews
in the United States approxi-
mately 3,000,000 contributed to
the drive. During the current
year the JDC spent more than
$58,000,000 for its relief and re-
Rabbi Max Shapiro will dis- habitation efforts overseas; $52,-
cuss the topic 'Calling Names" at, 000.000 was spent by the agencies
this evening's services at 8:15 of*the United Jewish Appeal for
p.m. in Reth David. Immigration, Settlement and Up-
A reception in the auditorium building of the Jewish National
will follow with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Home and over $2,000,000 was
Weissel as hosts in memory of spent by the United Service for
Mis Wi isstl's mother. Mrs. S. M. New Americans for the adjust-
Goodman, t 0 r m < r Sisterhood
board member. The floral offer-
ing has also been donated in her
memory.
During the services Saturday
ment of refugees m the United
States.
A highlight of the conlerence
was the report that the 1946 cam-
paign exceeded the $100,000,000
at 8^30 a.m. Gerard Taylor, sun Kal and that it might reach as
f Mr. and Mis. Murray Taylor.
will become Bar Mitzva, Stu-
dent services will be at 1030 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Weisman
high as $110,000,000 before the
end of the year. Before the open-
ing of the conference, the Na-
tional Executive committee had
will be hosto at the Sunday morn- before it reports estimating the
ok Bar Mitzva Breakfast club total needs of the UJA for 1947
sponsored by the P.-T. A. I at more than $215,000,000. The
history include a picture
.lass Of 1889. ..That
lad in the back row is
M. Baruch. Lenard
stein, well known wrap
ductor. will score a ballet1
of "The Dybbuk." a classic|
sidic drama.
responsible citizens interested in accomplishing this justifiable
could hold true in this instance. With the initiative, ability request are willing to help, with funds and personal effort
and resources at the command of the hospital directorate there There is still time to rnn.y .w -i j 1_t. nf
would be a kosher kitchen in the Alton Road hospital if the a major seamen of tho ?**"** Dd 8entxmen? of
cTesire were present. It may mean a little more trouble b taBfc 2K Si Tir2LJ 2"E tiSfd
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aY, DECEMBERS- 1946
Kovner Heads
tth B'nai B'rith
r r Kovner was elected
*al nf the Miami Beach
Lresident
Ma*
Hind'hoteL Second man
^J^UkrkHan
, 7,9, f B'nai B'rith at a
' held Tuesday night at
hold that
office, he succeeds
Lree Bertman.
Iher new officers are Harry
Jernick- Godfrey Newman and
vl R ben, vice presidents;
W Shapiro, recording secre-
". Sol Goldstrom, financial
'retary: Daniel M. Broad, treas-
Jrtman was named monitor;
rv Day assistant monitor; Dr.
*oh B Pomerance, warden;
Alexander Libow, guardian;
U Abbott, Siegfried Geismar,
d Harold Turk, trustees for
,ee years: Emanuel Goldstrich,
stee for one year.
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Beach BBG Advisors
Io Fete Members
jr.ai B'rith Girls have a busy
Ireik coming up with two pre-
Ltations of their musical skit,
feigger and Better Groups," slat-
for Tuesday and Wednesday
failings. .,
On Wednesday evening they
I give the skit at the Beach Y
there advisors of Beach BBG
Chapters will < ntertain members
jd their mothers.
In charge of arrangements are
IJrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman, and
firs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Carl
Jusskind. Miss Miriam Miller,
|LssL:bby Arkin and Miss Betty
Weintraub, advisors to the
BBG. W.nx and Jems chapters.
Tuesday evening the BBG show
[nil be presented at the Miami
B'nai B'rith meeting at Temple
Israel.
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UN.VERS.TV STUDENTS ,O.N l^^^mG SERV1CE
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University oi Miami students of all faiths assembled at the Hillel house last week for a
Thanksgiving candlelight ceremony. Pictured are (seated, left to right) Edward Atkins. New-
man club; Sue Levinson. Hiilel foundation: Frank Smith, Baptist Student union; (standing) Lindy
Pessin. interfaith chairman for Hillel, and Dick Rogers, Canterbury club. Also participating.
but not shown, was Martha Dunn, YWCA representative.
GREENS TO BE HOSTS
IN HONOR OF SON
Mr. and Mrs. David Green, 310
78th st., will be hosts at a kiddush
Saturday morning following the
Bar Mit/.va of their son. Lester,
at Temple Beth Shnlom.
Lester's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Green, have come from
Passaic. N. J.. for the celebration.
A ninth grade student at Ida
Fisher school. Lester is a bicycle
enthusiast and for the past two
summers lias travelled through-
out the country with the youth
hostel program.
Starting from Meredith, N. H.,
last summer, he travelled by bike
to Montreal. Cape Cod, the White
Mountains for nine weeks with a
group of boys.
He is looking forward to a
similar bicycle trip this summer.
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for young man affiliated with
local Jewish organization.
KEN HART 3 5411
Soprano and Composer
To Present Program
Tickets for the second concert
to be sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Cultural commit-
tee this season went on sale this
week at the Miami and Miami
Beach Y's and the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Marguerite Kozenn. soprano, and
Julius Chajes. pianist composer,
will be presented by the com-
mittee Dec. 22 at the Miami Beach
Senior High school.
Miss Kozenn made her Ameri-
can debut as soloist with the New
York Philharmonic orchestra and
was selected to sing the title
role in the first American pre-
sentation of Dvorack's opera,
"Rusalka."
Director of music at the De-
troit Jewish Community center,
Chajes is professor of composi-
tion at the Institute of Musical
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birthday celebration in honor of
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A convention report will be
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president; Miss Hilda Schwartz,
recording secretary, and Lucille
Yagoda, treasurer, who attended
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Miss Arlene Rose, chairman of
the affair, is assisted by Rosalyn
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Program Announced
For Oysher Concert
Program for the concert of re-
ligious, classical and popular se-
lections which Moishe Oysher
will sing Dec. 15 was announced
this week by Jacob Schachter of
Miami Beach, who gave the fam-
ous cantor his first break in
radio.
Oysher. known as the "master
singer of his people,' will appear
at the Miami Beach Senior High
school just before going to Holly-
wood to make another motion
picture.
At his local concert Oysher will
be accompanied by Joseph
Schreibman, who formerly was
accompanist for Nolson Eddy and
other well-known singers. Sch-
reibman will play several of his
own selections.
Oysher's program will include
a new number Zol Noch Zein
Shabes; Haschi Weinu Gunee
Bletter, A Chasindel of Shabes,
Owe Urachamim, Tanchum, A
Pastichel a Troinur. Yubune Bais
Hamikdash, A Dudale Folks Lied.
Rachem Nu, Maranzen and re-
quest numbers*
A number of local organiza-
tions are cooperating in arrang-
ing the concert. Tickets may be
purchased at the Princess Ann
Hotel, 920 Coll; ix.., d Sher's
Jewelry store. tfZV Washington
ave.
AUGUST BROS fcw:
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BEACH MOBILIZES
FOR ZIONIST DRIVE
"Give Them Liberty or You
Give Them Death" is the slogan
by which the Miami Beach Zion-
ist district hopes to add 3.000 new
members in December to its pres-
ent membership of 3,000.
Dr. David S. Andron, chairman
of the drive, has appointed five
subchairmenS. A. Goodman, A.
L. Perper, Alex Van Straaten,
Harold Shapiro and Oscar C.
Lelchuckeach of whom will be
responsible for ten captains. Each
captain in turn will be responsi-
ble for the membership campaign
activities of 20 campaign workers.
During the month-long mem-
bership drive, the district is
sponsoring a radio program on
Station WKAT each Sunday
evening at 7:45 p.m. Jack D.
Burris. president, will be guest
speaker on the "Inside Pales-
tine" broadcast this Sunday.
Speakers and motion pictures
>n Palestine are being made
available for civic and religious
meetings during the month.
Weekly n port luncheons will
be i Id each Wednesday noon at
'he National hotel
Dr. Andron announced the ap-
pointment of the following team
aptains to serve under each sub-
chairman: Subchairman, S. A.
Goodman. Captains: Archie
Brick. Daniel Broad. Sam Good-
man, Bert Miller, Barney Spector,
E. Lesowoder, Louis Miller, Mor-
i is Newmark, William Feuer, Joe
Gardner.
Subchairman, A. L. Perper
Captains. Harold Turk, Jacob
Fishman, Martin Genet. Harry
Cornblum, living Frankel, Nat I
Hankoff, Dr. M. J. Gink. Sam
Lachman, Seymour Rubin, Ben
Hammerman. Ed Singer. Ed
Singerman.
Miss Cooper to Report
On Hadassah Parley-
Miss Frances Cooper, president
, f the Business and Professional
division of Hadassah, will give a
report on the 32nd annual Hadas-
sah convention at a meeting of
tha Miami Beach Senior Hadas-
sah 2 p.m. Monday at the Shel-
borne hotel. Miss Cooper, who
attended the recent convention in
Boston, will be introduced by
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, program
chairman.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, vice
president, will preside in the ab-
sence of Mrs. Abraham Goodman
who is attending the 22nd World
Zionist Congress in Basle, Swit-
zerland.
Committee reports will be giv-
en by Mrs. Joseph Lipton, chair-
man of the Jan. 5 dinner dance
for the Hadassah medical organ-
ization: Mis. Joseph Williamson,
on HMO activities: Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff, on the study group
pri gram, and Mrs. Alfred M.
Mamlet, on Zionist political activ-
ities.
The business meeting will be
preceded by a refreshment hour
at 1:30 p.m.
Final tea ir- a series of mem-
bership socials was held at the
home of Mrs. Louis Heiman Tues-
day afternoon instead of Monday
as previously stated.
Government Agent
To Speak for l**Z-
William Seltzer, of the Miami
office of the United States De-
partment of Commerce, will speak
before the Sholem lodge. B'nai
B'rith luncheon club at 12:15 p.m.
today at the Downtown club,
Seybold arcade. Bill Pallot, chair-
man, announces.
Seltzer will speak on the pro-
gram of the Department of Com-
Subchairman, Alex Van Straat- merce in S()Uth Florida with em-
en. Captains: George Bertman, Phas|f "n "Alds to Sma11 Busl"
Dr. Jess Cohen, Ernie Wolfe. Dr. nef?"
The address
Pomerance, Dr. Macofsky, David
Isen. Dr. L. Lytton, Charles Ben-
der, Leon Stoller, Arthur Singer.
Morris Gettleman.
Subchairman, Harold Shapiro
Captains: George J. Talianoff,
Andre Bialolenki. Max Green-
berg. Gus Trau, Isidore Goldberg,
Phil Salmon. Max Meisel, Nat
Klein. H. Shapiro. J. M. Rose
Subchairman, Oscar C. Lelchuk.
Captains: Ben Appel. Leonard
Barr. J. Ashkenazi. M. H. Frankel.
Harry Magid. Harry Platoff. Sam
Prosterman and Willie Mazo.
is one in a series
on current affairs and commu-
nity activities being sponsored
each Friday by the Sholem lodge
luncheon club.
HEINZ
Kosher and Parere
Baked
Beans
Spinoza Group to Hear
Review by Clarke
The Spinoza Forum for adult
fducaton will present Edward
Clarke who will review L. K.
Rosinger'a "Restless India" 3 p.m.
Saturday at the Forum, 11th St.
between Collins ave. and Ocean
dr.
A program of music and noetrv
has been arranged and Harrison
Bard will present original poems.
CENTER TO CELEBRATE
TWO BAR MITZVAS
Rabbi Irving Lehrman has
chosen "Answer the Roll Call"
as his topic for services at 8:15
p.m. tonight at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Cantor Abraham
Krushevski of New Orleans, as-
sisted by the choir, will chant
the services.
The Bar Mitzvas of Barton Gold-
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Goldberg, and Paul Byer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Byer, will
be observed Saturday morning.
Services will be held at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on
the weekly portion of the law.
JSSB SUPPORTS CHEST
A resolution to aid the Com-
munity Chest in completing its
$785,000 drive was passed by the
board of directors of the Jewish
i Social Service bureau Tuesday
j evening, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
. president, announced.
JSSB is one of 22 member
i agencies supported by the Com-
munity Chest.
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Workmen's Circle 692
To Honor Samuel Katz
A 65-year "jubilee" will be
given in honor of Samuel Katz,
treasurer of the Workmen's Circle
Branch 692, Sunday evening at
the organiza-
tion's lyceum,
25 Washington
ave.
The banquet,
which will be-
gin at 6:30 p.m.,
will be follow-
ed by a concert.
Mr. Katz is
serving his sec-
ond year as
treasurer. A
long time
member of the
Circle, he has
also been active in other commu-
nity organizations on behalf of
the Circle.
On the Circle's calendar for
Dec. 20 is a lecture by August
Classen, ex-assemblyman of New
York city and secretary of the
Social Democrats Federation.
The Circle's English-speaking
Branch 692-Y is now conducting
a membership drive.
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Aged Home Ded^l
Staled,or Dec^H
Plans for the oVr^
monies to be h.M h !!on J
for the Aged si 1 y "* **
Dec. 29, Were ^ y a,le^
of tht. ui^rttS
mittce last night at tt e c1
Haven hotel, aecordL** Sl3
Shapiro, director^TlS
Campaign workers ^1
contribution. reS**
the Homes wS^SL* *1
Communal leaders 0f rj
Miami and other piH
are be.ng invited to M
tion Which V..1I taker1^
patio ofthe Home Pceu|
Invitations and arkm, I
ments of contributio'^H
the building fund dnl de'
out to donors. Shap,^1
TEMPLE MEN fo~
A special program OH
Planned by the Templet
Men s club for the meeti *\
P-. Wednesday jTW
h.H. All members of t
and of ihe congregation 2
been .nvited to attend.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
speak this evening at the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center.
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DECEMBER 6, 1946
)AY
^ Y Ballot Lists
'Candidates
f'tn
,, the names were
S Tuesday night, II n
r""' the Miami Y had been
P Jit.. f'H four offlces and
fe^n board o! directors.
tard K.nl.n incumbent; E.
triad outgoing Plf'df"1 f
r. lodfif. B'nai B'nth, and
^odtan. Florid- depart-
IDt commando,- of the Jewish
If Veterans. .
LinaUd for vice president
Kirman of the board were
[ r Silver. Sam Seithn and
teen Fi r secretary, Sam
ifln. David Stuzin and Al Reis-
Lfor treasurer, Dave Brown,
,ne Weiss, David Stuzin and
hreeo!Ithe : ""Wing are to be
three-year board mem-
m-NatGans, Henry Jacobson,
L. Schwartz, George Rachlin,
KtAptf. J'"' Bermann, Philip
Ekow*z- Nal Blumberg, Joe
.is and Sam Seitlin.
Bixtv-foui- candidate! were
ninalcd for the 27 one-year
prd membersl ips.
Actions will he held Jan. 8.
Lipton Entertains
iIO Dance Committee
In. Joseph M. Lipton was re-
at a buffet lunch-
(attended by the committee
r.:ng the annual dinner dance
i held Jan. 5 at the Copa Ca-
i for the I enefit of the Sen-
Hadassah medical organiza-
icse present were the Mes-
A. Goodman, Alex Van
naten. David Sernaker, Joseph
Harrison. Mux Meisel, Philip
lirth, Samuel Lipton, S. A.
r Lelchuk, M. R.
:..-. Louis Heiman and Ed-
i Roth.
M. Lipton, Mrs.
1 Friedland and Mrs. Wil-
ton are taking reservations
MASADA VOTES BROAD
PROGRAM FOR 1947
Outdistanced only by the lone
Los Angeles delegate, foui Miami
Masada members covered the
longest mileage of the 200 dele-
gates to attend the 12th annual
Masada national convention at
Washington over Thanksgiving
Day weekend.
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PAGE SEVEN
HONORED BY AUXILIARY
The Miami delegation, headed
by Harvey Sootin. included Al
Curzon, Saul Genet and Abe
Weiss.
Convention delegates voted to
raise an expansion fund of $5.000!
for 1947, to issue the "Young Zion-
tat" magazine four tunes next
year in conjunction with Junior!
Hadassah. to help establ
B r a n d e i s leadership training '
camps in each of the six Zionist
districts.
Jewish National Fund will re- yiTa ik D ,
ceive $25,000 from Masada which itV*,1!"! l nght) WQS honored bY ** Miami
has adopted the project of plant- Beacn Womon s Auxiliary to the Jewish Home lor the Aged at
ing a memorial grove in Freedom' ,ne conclusion of the organization's summer book project re-
Forest as tribute to Jewish war cently. Shown with Mrs. Becker are Mrs. Sarah Greenberg,
dead of World War II. Mrs. Benjamin Feld, co-chairman of the project, and Mrs. Ben-
Masada Sabbath services were; iomin Appel. chairman. The S4.200 raised in the project will
conducted in Synag,,gues through- help finance construction of the addition to the Home.
out Washington with Abe Weiss
of Miami Beach chanting the
Musaph service at Congregation
Agudath Achim.
BTTO INSTALL
CAL CHAPTER
p:.a Omega chapter of Zeta
Tau. tenth national social
on the University of
N campus, will be formally
Wed tomorrow night at the
Isle hot.!. Miami Beach.
iwbert Sterner, past national
Undent, will present the char-
'toJanu> X. Kahn, president
[the local chapter, which is the
i active ZBT group.
[Members of the new chapter,
i per cer.t of them World War
[Werar.s, are Ronald Ager, Ed-
jhjtzman, Milton Mamber,
m Green, Martin Green-
Irving M. Ellis, Jr., Dick
*nbaurr, Fred Cornfield, Art
" and Richard Greenbaum.
pta Beta Tau, oldest and larg-
"< social coUege fraternity of
*Ish. students, has chapters
wghout the United States and
Ma.
Service Bureau Seeks
Room for Mother, Son
It's more than a month now
since The Jewish Floridian printed
a request from the Jewish Social
Service bureau for a room for a
woman and her 7-year-old son
who had been sleeping in bus
stations. And the woman is still
in need of inexpensive housing.
In reiterating the request of
Oct. 25, Charles Cohen, executive
director of JSSB. reported that
the woman has an inadequate
room which rents for $125 a
month.
The bureau, unable to under-
write so great an expense, is try-
ing to locate a reasonably priced
room with cooking privilege
the home of a private family.
JSSB will guarantee the financ-
ing.
The woman is skilled in hand-
Plan Chanuka Program
A Chanuka program featuring
its own glee club will be pre-
sented by the ALS chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls Sunday evening,
Dec. 15. Miss Marjorie Miller.
work and will go to work as soon J president announces. The pub-
as she can get her housing prob-
Guest Rabbi to Speak i Lecture, Films to Show
On Aged Home Program Story of Palestine
Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff, of
Brooklyn, will be guest speaker
Two films on Palestine, "They
Live Again" and 'Builders of a
d ,v even n^ \ RTW^J""" Natin'" wi hihli8ht tht' m0nth"
^y.ZVeTJ/{ thc JeWi8h Homc ly meeting of the Kadimah chap-
ly
ter.
ing
Pioneer
Women's
chap
organiza-
for the Aged.
wmt 5TT' P'anf'I tion, 8 p.m. Thursday at the Beth
Will accompany Mrs. Noness, who ,-,;,, .,,;,..;..~
will present several vocal selec-
tions. Max Azar will give reci-
tations.
The program is one of a scries
of entertainments presented for
residents and friends of the
Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Rifas will be
hosts in honor of the recent Bar-
Mitzva of their son, Earle V.
Rifas.
lem settled," Cohen stated, add-
ing that the youngster is away
at school during the day
would not be troublesome.
ic is invited.
At a recent meeting held at
the home of Miss Jo Ann Shier,
and I the girls heard a talk on hair
I styling by J. Baldi. winner of a
local hairdressers' contest.
David auditorium.
Miss Elsa Temple of Palestine
will speak on "PalestineProb-
lem and Promise."
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic since the program is part of a
series of films and lectures on
"The Contemporary Jewish
Scene" sponsored by a number of
Miami Jewish organizations.
Levitan to Describe
Origins of Modern Law
Abraham Levitan, of Miami
Beach, author and translator, will
lecture on the "Biblical Origins
it Modern Criminal Law" at the
Miami Y at 8 p.m. Monday.
His talk will conclude the
series of lectures at the Y which
were part of the program of Jew-
ish education and culture spon-
sored by a number of Miami or-
ganizations.
Mr. Levitan has been a mem-
ber of the New Jersey bar for
over 35 years.
A. P. Gannes, executive direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, will speak on "Trends in
Modern Jewish Life," 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the School for Jewish
Women, Peninsular Institute, 223
E. Flagler st. Final lecture at the
school will be Tuesday, Dec. 17.
PLAN LATKE PARTY
Sunday, Dec. 22, will be latke
night for the Sisterhood of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation. The organization, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. J. Sol-
inger and Mrs. E. Sands, will
sponsor a Chanuka latke card
party at the Talmud Torah that
evening. Proceeds will help
maintain the Sunday and Hebrew
schools.
Call 4-7485 for
SOLAR HEATER
HELP!
Repairs of All Kinds
Electrolysis Bushings I
Boosters Installed
Solar Water Service
DON S. COLEMAN
Dr. Stanley C. Wasman
VETERINARIAN
I bounces the Opening of
THE NEW
ami Beach Animal Hospital
l^lmdv Avnue
th St. and the Bay
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9:30-12 and 1-4:30
And by Appointment
Telephone 5-5283
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Over 21 Social Group
Schedules First Dance
First annual dance of the "Over
21" social group will be held 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Blackstone
hotel. Music will be furnished by
Michael Marvin and his orchestra.
Tickets may be obtained at the
door.
"Too young to belong to the
older set, but still too old to be-
long to the teen age set" is the
motto of the young men and
women who comprise the newly-
organized group. Meetings are
held the first and thud Thursday
of each month at the Beach Y.
Officers are Miss Norma Green,
president; Dan Becker, vice presi-
dent; Miss Dorothy Krupat, sec-
retary; Dave Rappaport, treas-
urer.
FURNISHED ROOM WANTED
By Single Gentleman
Employed at 36th St. Airport
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MRS. MALEK HEADS
CHESED SHEL EMES
Mrs. Joseph Malek was elec-
ted president of Chesed Shel
Ernes at the monthly meeting
held at Schaarei Zedek Talmud
Torah last week.
Other new officers are Mrs. W.
Clein, vice president; Mrs. S.
Stone, treasurer; Mrs. S. Geltner,
secretary, and Mrs. P. Rappaport
and Mrs. M. Kotkin, officiating
executives.
Chesed Shel Ernes is devoted
to benevolence and assistance to
the needy in the time of deaath.
Mrs. Malek said.
The new president has issued
a call for increased membership.
WOMEN REAFFIRM COMMUNITY UNITY
DOLIVA-BRIELOFF
The engagement of Miss Korine
Marilyn Doliva to Pvt. Seymour
Brieloff was announced at a gar-
den party buffet supper held re-
cently at the home of Miss Doli-
va's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hodis. 2276
S.W. 21st ter.
Miss Doliva, a graduate of Mi-
ami High and now a student at
the University of Miami, is the
daughter of Mr. ;md Mrs. George
Doliva, 1712 N. Bayshore dr.
Pvt. Brieloff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Brieloff, 1242 Dre.xel
ave., attended City College of
New York and the University of
Miami and was pledged to Tau
Epsilon Phi. He is now station*
at Camp Kilmer, N.J.
Ardmore photo
Representatives ol iour local women's organizations reaf-
firmed the spirit ol "community unity" when they participated
in a forum on that theme at the Thanksgiving reception given
by the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish
Congress. Pictured at the reception, which was held at the
Atlantis Root Garden, are Mrs. Harold Turk, vice president of
the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff. past president of Hadassah; Mrs. Nat L. Williams,
president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish
Women, and Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Beach AJC
Women.
Book Review and Style
Show on JCRS Agenda
A book review program and a
fashion show are among the De-
cember activities of the Greater
Miami Jewish Consumptives Re-
lief society, Mrs. Rose Levey,
president, announced this week.
Edward Clarke of the Uni-
versity of Miami faculty will re-
view "Justice for My People" at
the society's meeting 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Trotsky's Dining
Room in the Edward hotel. 953
Collins ave.
Mai Marshall will present a
fashion show at the tea planned
for Thursday afternoon, Dec. 19,
at the home of Mrs. Michael Hol-
lander, 1061 N. Venetian dr.
Laura Banion models will ex-
hibit the costumes.
Mrs. Lee Gainsboro and Mrs.
Maury Poncher. who have been
active in many of the fund rais-
ing ventures of the organization,
are in charge <>f arrangements
for the fashion show to which
the public will be invited.
Plans for the JCRS donor
luncheon, to be held at the Beach-
comber Feb. 12, are now in
progress.
i^^AJ^ECEMBER fi
Beckwitts Announce
Daughter's Betrothal
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt,
221 S. W. 11 St., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Beat
rice, to Harry H. Engel, son of
Mrs. Max Engel. Charleston, S.C.
The wedding will take place Dec.
22 at Temple Israel. Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman and Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan will officiate.
After an extended honeymoon
trip, the couple will make their
home in Phil.. Li I] ia, l'a.
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
ing in New York. She intends
to complete her studies at the
University of Miami.
Taking time off from studies
at the University of Florida.
Elmer Oliphant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant. 1769 N.
W. Sixth st., spent last week-
end at home. A freshman at
the university, he is majoring in
accounting and law.
Home on a brief furlough from
Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, for
Thanksgiving was Oscar Boon-
shoft, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Boonshoft, 1004 Michigan ave.
He is serving with the govern-
ment as a consulting engineer.
. Jordan Bittel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Bittel, 3010 Al- \
ton rd., joined Thanksgiving
vacationers here last week, j
Bittel is a student at the Uni- i
versity of Florida at Gaines-'
ville.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bergman, 725
W. 49th St., has received word
that her son-in-law, Robert
Doscher, of Suffern, N. Y., has
been elected surrogate judge of
Rockland county, N. Y. The
Doschers celebrated their first
wedding anniversary Sunday.
500 BRAVE SQUALL TO
HEAR FINE CONCERT
The Fool
group of four well known vocal-
ists, initiated thi Con munity
Concert Si ries with a w< II round-
ed program Moi day ( vei ing, The
if cultural programs un-
der th( the VM and
W11A of Miami Beach rec<
b : i eak ii attendan
squally wi th< pre vented i v
eral hundn I et 1 Idei fron
beii
A group ol I sub-
eard Ado-
it, Edward Kane, I.u-
cielle Browning and John B
lee mbine their tali nts in a
program of popular and light
operatic selections. The variety ol
ided .-nl ..
and quart 1 pn .- ntatii ins.
audii nee de-
mand* I nu from
tl e ai' o wound up theii
< Venn:.
glory .'. rendil n ol "Mi a-
dowlan
Rabbi Kronish Chooses
Pearl Harbor Sermon
"The Fifth Anniversary of
Pearl Harbor (Yabrzelt of Iso-
lationism)" will be Rabbi Leon
Kronish's sermon topic at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom this evening.
I., ter Green, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Green, will become
Par Mitzva during services at
10:45 a.m. Saturday.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
under the musical portions at
both services.
Weeklv get-acquainted brunch
for the Temple membership will
be at Hi a.m. Sunday at the Pran-
ces K. Powell restaurant, 525
41st st.
Y League Continues
Miami Beach Y basketball
league opened its second week
Sunday with the Flamingos beat-
ing thi i ets by a close sc< ire
if 20 tn 29
The second game, Royal Palm
vs Jesters ended in a score of
32 to 2ii with Truffa leading the
Jesters to victory.
Club 8 won over Play buys in
the thud game by a score of 42
to 33. To date, Club 8 has been
undefeated.
Gershwin Program Set
G Gershwin is the com-
poser in be honored on this
week's radio program to be spon-
ny Matter's Kosher market,
11:45 a m. Sunday over Station
WKAT.
Selections to be played are
Fascinating Rhythm," "Maybe,"
aceable You" and a medley
of favorite Gershwin tunes.
Each week a famous Jewish
composer will be honored.
Mrs. Raidman Names
Assistants for Party
Chairmen for the Pioneer Wom-
en's organization latke party were
named this week by Mrs. Pearl
Raidman. who will be hostess at
the Dec. 29th affair.
Her assistants will be Mrs. A.
M. Bear. Mrs. Anna Block and
Mrs. Sadie K. Mincvich.
The party, which will be given
by club number one. will be held
at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud
Torah.
The club will celebrate the
45th anniversary of the Jewish
National Fund with a program
Jan. 5. Mrs. J. Stadlin is chair-
man of arrangements.
Gables Center Adop,
Servicemen's Project
Newest project of the rv i
bles Jewish CmL.&gjj
evening mack bar at ik ^
General hospital. WJ Je g
Sunday evening at a mJ^'S
bythe^-oupa.HitS^
Mrs. I. Gerstenfeld i, i, '->
of the committee USSF
following religiou, servici ^
ducted by Rabbi Albe Mi^
Assisting the chairmi^
Mesdames Sidney Block nJl
Klein. A Edgar" Mil?,N
Rubin, Miltor. Rubin S
Lewis, Henry Carver LeT?
mg I.L.KusSner,BertSrS
Gertrude Abramovitz Jl
Abramovitz and Joseph bJ
have donated funds for this w
ect which is part of the ,2
servicemen program whir
Center is taking over follow
the close of the local Jew* 3
fare boardUSO office.
Jewish personnel and pati
at the hospital are being invit,
to dinners at the home of m
bers as part of the program
Plans for the New Year's eJ
Jamboree were announced
Sidney Lewis, chairman of u,
buffet supper and dance wind
will be held at the Coral Gabl
Woman's club. Herbert Cole
be master of ceremonies. PatiaJ
and personnel from the hoi
will be guests.
Guest speaker at the meetiq
Sunday was Dr. Andrew W. Gott
schall, Florid;, director of tl
National Conference of Christiai
and Jews, who emphasized ft-
need for more education to cow
bat inter-racial frictions.
Sam Silver, president of ihel
Center, was elected to represent!
the organization on the board offl
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed4
eration.
VARIETY ART PARTY
Under the direction of Louis
Powesky, the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Polk Chorus will stage a
"Variety Ait Show" at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday evening at the Beach Y.
Zuni Maude, puppeteer, will be
featured in the program of en-
tei tainment.
Admission will be 50 cents.
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Newly organized alumnae chap-
ter of Siuma Delta Tau will hold
a meeting at (1 p.m. Wednesday
evening at the home of Miss Lela
Glassborg. 1225 Lenox ave., to
make plans for relief work and
discuss the possibilities of send-
ing clothing and food to the
European countries.
Members of the Sigma Delta
Tau. visiting in this area, may
contact Mrs Mabel Waller if
they plan to attend the meeting.
Sisterhood to See
Selves In Technicolor
Technicolor moving pictwi
will be shown at the regutol
meeting of Beth Jacob Sistc-j
hood 8 p.m. Tuesday at the I
auditorium. Mrs. Jack Hired),
president, announces. The pit* I
tures will be of the member-'
ship tea held recently in the]
home of Rabbi Moses M-
cheloff. A program of enter-
tainment has bean arranged.
Final plans for the Dec. 17
Chanuka concert which will
feature Jan Bart will be dis-
cussed.
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,C CHANGES RELIEF
Vy. to AID SOS
L- Louis Gtasser, member of
t-telinistrative committee of
rrican Jewish Congress an-
feTthat the M.ami Beach
Cln's division is now cooper-
fc with the local SOS (sup-
r*(or overseas survivors) col-
EL of which Mrs. Monte Se-
, is chairman. Instead of send-
i bundles of clothing to the
fir warehouse in New York, the
fen is joining the local SOS
fort.
,airman of the AJC collec-
. is Mrs Alexander Kogan.
hothes will be picked up by Mrs.
I j. Orbin, 49 Lenox ave.
IaJC. which pioneered in send-
L relief shipments to destitute
Ere abroad during the war, is
Spending certain administrative
GJses of this activity, Rabbi
Lng Miller, chairman of the
Ifcutive committee, announced
: week.
Imminent dissolution of UNRRA
greatly increase the re-
jcsibilities of private relief ag-
ties, it was pointed out. Con-
Us has shipped abroad clothing
Uued at over two and one-half
pion dollars, food valued at
|W,977 and medications worth
J36.257 in the past few years.
|Since several agencies operat-
dclusively in the field of
Kef have established packaging
id processii k machinery in the
sited States, the AJC relief po-
ly was altered, Mrs. Glasser
ted. This action was taken in
per to enable the AJC to dc-
f its resources to political and
Btural rehabilitation of world
kry.
UNIVERSITY STUDENT
REVEALS BETROTHAL
The engagement v. Sonia
Margoha and Le
I of Mr. and Ml G Mandell
"3035 N.W. 26tl |
by her parents, Mr and Mr !i.-
ry MaiKoli.s 1824 s. W. Hit. ,,
Mr. Mand.-ll was ,-,.,, nt'.v
chared from the Army
serving three and
He attend* d '.'.' ge j'n
New York.
Prior to her entrai to the
University of ?,:
now a studei.t, Miss Margolis at-
tended the Univer Illinois
and was graduated from Miami
High school.
The wedding dat< not yet
been set.
BONIM TO MEET
Behearsal the Habonim
ltir 7 p.m. Sunday at the Beach
ill precede the weekly meet-
|of the organization.
Uss Miriam Feit was recently
chairman of the group,
e Zamir, Palestine dele-
f Habonim, returned to
p York Tuesday after spend-
a month here helping the
hi Habor.in-.
Mrs. Weinstein to Give
Review In Hollywood
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein of Miami
will review Leland Stowe'i
"While Time Remains" for the
Ladies' auxiliary of the Holly-
wood Jewish Community C< ntei
Wednesday afternoon,
This is the first in a series of
reviews which Mrs. Weinstein
will give for tht auxiliary.
PAGE NINE
TO PREACH ON NAMES
"Do You Like' Your Name," a
sermon on tin significance of
names, will be delivered by Rab-
bi David Raab at Temple Emanu-
El, Ft. Lauderdale, at 8 p.m.
this evening.
Rabbi Raab will be guest
speaker over r tion WKAT
8:15 a.m. Sunday. He will speak
on "In God We Trust."
PASS BAR EXAMS
Among the 37 mi n who passed
the October examinations for ad-
mission to the Florida bar were
Leo Sheiner. Miami, and Arthur
D. Frlshman, Leonard Kalish.
Marvin I.. Kimmel. Mark Silver-
stein. Philip Schiff, Jacob
Schultz, Herbert S. S u piro and
Albert II. Sapper.-U :n, Miami
Beach.
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MJOC Dedicates Forum
To Home for Aged
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation's "good neighbor" pol-
icy continues with the dedication
of this evening's forum to the
. Jewish Home for the Aged. Ser-
vices begin at 8:30 p.m.
j Harold Shapiro, chairman of
the Home's building drive, will
be guest speaker. He will be
introduced by Rabbi Murray
, Grauer.
The choir of the Talmud Torah.
directed by Joseph Malck, will
lead the congregation in Hebrew
melodies.
The Bar Mitzva of Marshall
Pepper, son of Dr. and Mrs. Max
i'1 per, will be observed during
services tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock.
G. Gross will discuss the week-
ly portion of the law for the
junior congregation which meets
at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Tal-
mud Torah.
"Love of Zion" is the topic
Miss Josephine Berman will
speak on at the Bar Mitzva
breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baer will act
1947. He was recently invited by as hosts at the breakfast, assisted
Prof. A. Demolon, president of by Mrs. Leo Rotcnberg and Mrs.
the' French Soil Science society. Fred Ochs. Hostesses for the
Dr. Drosdol b pn ident oi Junior congregation will be Mrs.
Floridian to Attend
Soil Parley In France
Dr. Matthew Drosdoff of the
U. S. Tung Research laboratory,
located on the University of Flor-
da ampus, will participate in a
French Mediterranean iils con-
ferenci i be I Id in Monpellier,
Marseille's and Algiers in May
Temple Israel Women
To Conduct Service
Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein,
president of the Temple Israel
Sisterhood, will deliver a sermon
at 8:15 p.m. this evening at the
Temple when the Sisterhood con-
ducts the Friday night services.
Participants in Sisterhood Sab-
bath Night will be Mrs. Harry V.
Simon, first vice president, and
Mrs. Harry Boyell, second vice
president.
A reception will follow with
officers and board members serv-
ing as hostesses, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Harold B. Spaet,
hospitality chairman for Decem-
ber.
Mrs. Simon, membership chair-
man, announces 45 new members
have joined the Sisterhood, mak-
ing a total of 415 members.
Members of the youth commit-
tee are planning a Chanuka party
for the entire Sunday school on
Dec. 15. This will highlight the
program planned by the commit-
tee to bring the various Sunday
school classes together socially.
the Gainesville' lodge of B'nai
B'rith, Florida State Hillel chair-
man of B'nai B'rith and acting
director of the B'n.,i B'rith Hil-
lel foundation at the University
of Florida.
Sixty scientists from various
countries in I W rid have been
invited to attend. In addition to
Dr. Drosdoff whose specialty is
"minor elements in soil-plant re-
lationships," among those invited
are Dr. W. C. Lowdermilk, au-
thority on irrigation and drain-
age problems and author of the
book, "Palestine Land of Prom-
ise", Dr. S. A. Wuksmun, dis-
coverer of streptomycin, and Dr.
J. S. Joffe of the New Jersey
department of soils.
The conference is to provide
opportunity for U. S. soil scien-
tists to exchange ideas with
those from other countries and
to help the French government in
solving its agricultural problems
in the Mediterranean region.
E. R. Kai ger and Mrs. Fred Ochs.
Mrs. Dobrin to Talk
On Political Zionism
Mrs. Max Dobrin has chosen
"Political Zionism" as the topic
for her address before the Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
division of Hadassah, 8:30 a.m.
Monday at the Beach Y.
A program of entertainment
has been arranged and will fea-
ture Miss Bosha Tepper, dancer.
Refreshments will follow.
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Three Dance Contests
Set for Holiday Ball
Jitterbug, rhumba and waltz
contests will be featured at the,
Emanon Chanuka ball, Sunday
evening. Dec. 15, to be held at!
Miami Policemen Benevolent as-,
?ociation hall, 2300 N. W. 14th st.
Cash awards will be given to the
winners of each contest, accord-
ing to Nat Etkins, social chair-
man.
Sam Kratish, president of the
club, announces that tickets are
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S W Fifth St., and at the accom-
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Beach.
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SOS Workers Prepare
New Relief Shipment
SOS workers were busy this
week preparing the bundles of
clothing, food and medical sup-
plies collected in South Florida
for overseas shipment.
Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chair-
man of the drive for supplies for
overseas survivors, reported that
donations are still vitally needed
to alleviate the suffering of fellow-
Jews in Europe.
Contributions may be taken to
the Miami SOS depot at 142 N.E.
12th st. Mrs. Marlin Copenhagen,
motor corps chairman, will ar-
range for pick up service. Her
telephone number is 9-7579.
Included in the shipment now
being prepared is a substantial
amount of relief supplies collect-
ed by the Hollywood Jewish com-
munity as well as material gath-
ered in Miami and Miami Beach.
ORANGE BOWL QUEEN
AEPhi Alums Sponsor
Ring Theatre Shows
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
association members will make
plans for the two performances
of the Ring Theatre they will
sponsor Dec. 17 and 18 when they
meet at the Wofford hotel Satur-
day afternoon. Mrs. Howard
Hirsch will be hostess.
Miss Laurie Gartner, chairman
of the special luncheon to be held
at the Sea Isle Dec. 28, will ap-
point her assistants for the affair.
Reservations may be made with
her at 4912 Pine Tree dr.
Miss Gartner was recently ap-
pointed province director of the
sorority's southern region. Prior
to her graduation in Jur.e from
the University of Miami, she was
scribe and activity chairman of
the Alpha Eta chapter. Last sum-
mer she represented the local
alumnae association at th<- na-
tional convention in California.
Recently returned from the
University of South Carolina
where she assisted the Alpha Pi
chapter in rushing. Miss Gartner
will leave soon to aid the Vander-
bilt university chapter.
Mrs. Harold Stone has succeed-
ed Miss Gartner as scribe of tht
alumnae association.
face Facts
Oranges Will be king and
Mary Brice will be queen Dec.
24-Jan. 4 at Miami far Florida's
annual Orange Bowl festival.
The Orange Bowl queen, a
co-ed at Stetson university, is
seen here against a background
of golden Florida fruit.
District Leaders Aid
Convention Planning
Officers of the fifth district of
B'nai B'rith will arrive hero in
January to confer with local
members on plans for the district
convention to be held at Miami
.vach in May, 1947.
Julius Fisher, secretary of the
district, and Ed Rosenbloom.
treasurer, are expected at that
time.
A convention committee con-
sisting of representatives of the
men's and women's lodges of Mi-
ami and Miami Beach will meet
with the Metropolitan B'nai
B'rith in about a week to start
plans for the parley.
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NEW YORK. Sunday will
mark the beginning of Jewish
Book Week, climaxing the ob-
u : vance of Jewish Book Month
in hundreds of communities
throughout the United States
and Canada, it has been an-
nounced by Dr. Solomon Grazel,
president of the Jewish Book
Council of America, which is
sponsored by the national Jew-
ish Welfare Board (JWB).
The Greater Miami Jewish
Book council is sponsoring n
book review contest to stimu-
late local interest in Jewish
books. Deadline for entries is
Dec. 22. Details may be obtain-
ed from the Bureau of Jewish
Education in the Congress bldg.
Current novels of Jewish in-
terest and other reading mate-
rial may be purchased or bor-
rowed from the Bureau which
maintains the largest Jewish
library in the area.
Jy GEORGE J. TAUASOFF
Honda Regional Director,
Anti-Defamation League
Now it can be told! One of the
knotty problems that concerned
de* jates to the American Dental
iation convention held in
Miami last month was the matter
,,, admission qualifications to
,,,,,. colleges. A significant
number of the delegates came to
Miami loaded for bear, so out-
raged were they at the 1945 re-
port of their council on dental
education which recommended
qu itas. .
' It is to be recalled that in Feb-
ruary, 1945. New York Supreme
Court Justice Meier Steinbrink.
now the national chairman of the
Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith. made public a confidential
report sent by Dr. Harlan H.
Homer, secretary of the council,
to Columbia university and New
Yoik university, urging racial
and religious quotas on admission.
The infamous Homer report
suggested correction of certain
I "racial imbalances" through
the establishment of a numerus
clausiswhich is just a fancy
way of fostering the Hitlerian
I and un-American quota sys-
tem.
Sharp criticism articulated at
the Miami convention by many
ADA members resulted in forth-
right action, made public last
week. The council on dental
education, through its new chair-
man. Dr. J. Ben Robinson, dean
of the University of Maryland
dental college, has sent a letter
l.i tin dean of every dental school
in the country stating its un-
equivocal opposition to the estab-
, lishment of quotas. The letter
not only completely repudiates
and disavows the Horner report,
but also makes a point to enunci-
ate in unmistakable terms the
fundamental American principle
that all persons have the inherent
right to educational opportunity
irrespective of background, race
or religion.
Dr. Robinson's letter makes it
I clear that the statement of policy
applied to any report or com-
munication, confidential or other-
wise, that might "be interpreted
I by a dean or his faculty as pro-
1 posed to limit the inherent right
or circumscribing the proper
opportunities of any student or
(prospective student."

ORTHODOX:
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Cantor Louis D. Feder. BETH
TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 938
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.
CONSERVATIVE:
CONGREGATION BETH DAVr
135 N. W. Third ave. i
Rabbi Max Shapiro,' rj,
Abraham Friedman '
BEACH JEWISH CE
1415 Euclid ave, Miami U
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Sai
Sloan, executive director.
LIBERAL:
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M, J
Chase ave Miami Beach;']
Leon Kronish, Cantor '
Kelemer.
"Former statements issued by
the council have been interpreted
to mean that it favors the estab-
lishment of quotas that would
limit the opportunities of certain
groups of our people because of
creeds or ethnic origins," the let-
ter says. "The council wishes to
disavow unequivocally the exist-
ence of any such thought or in-
tention in the publication of any
of its announcements."
ADL's national chairman laud-
ed the "excellent statement" is-
sued by the council and has wired
congratulations to them "and their
1 reaffirmation of the basic human
\ rights of educational opportunity
for all."
Dr. Robinson deserves high
; high praise for his speedy action
! in immediately repudiating the
\ Horner report upon his accession
to the chairmanship of the coun-
' cil on dental education. Much
credit should be given, too, to the
, indignant delegates to the con-
vention who resolved not to give
up until their association had un-
equivocally renounced the un-
principled Horner report.
BESSARABIAN JEWS
SOUGHT BY MIAMIAnI
Former residents of
bia are being sought bv Mm,.
Malmud, 463 S.W. 28th'rd,\iJ
is cooperating m the national i
fort of the Bessarabian Fede
tion of American Jews to
their countrymen overseas.
The Federate n is preparing 1
annual journal which will aid!
sarabiar.s to locate relatives,
friends in America. Miamii
who wish I I listed in the L
may contact Mr. Malir.ud beta
Dec. 15.
Pei cms will be listed withtbd
American nami and the nan
by which ti.. y were known
Hi ssarabia.
I'i oceed I m the journal\.
finance hos] itals ar.d relief
Bessarabia, Bessarabian Jewij
orphan homes in France andi
for Bessaral lan Jews immigril
in Roumania and Palestine.
Affiliates of the BessaratS
Federation are organized in A
gentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombi
.Uruguay. Trinidad, Palestine!
Fiance, as wi H as in major An
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PAGE ELEVEN
(Thi
Flondia" on
the third of a series of articles written
the occasion of Jewish Book Month.)
f< i
The Je,Sh
BY ANDRE BIALOLENKI
II has always been ielt by the lew that conduct is bettei
inn riiual, and that morality pays. This is implicit in all \h*
edions of the Torah. It also implies a knowledge and r.
miversal laws. The Haskalah movement in Russia was a
iieslation of this animated love for law as recorded In th-
is of the wise, ior Hebrew literature in the 18th and 19th
expressed a humanistic and humanitarian spirit thai
wide knowledge and great learning could encomcass.
L a world that denied the Jew much, one thing it could not
him was the satisfaction .of his thirst for knowledge
jjce democracy, was
and while the
toy
fcarnmg
great leveli
made all men equal, the
jm that was to be derived
J|eaminKi>l: intellectual ascendency.
D,e Jews, minority that they
havt, concentrated them-
Ives into a nucleus of learning
Lever they gathered, while
world's activities engulfed
n like an encircling proto-
m. And from this nucleus
tee forth the intellectual con-
Ibutions to be absorbed by the
mass
. Biigious learning gave the Jew
identity, secular, education
e him his universality, and
ion-ledge ga\e him his freed' m
Iwsoever his person might be
in bondage. The book car-
I him to the upper air of lib-
itum howsoever humanity
jg.it keep him a Prometheus
End. His mind could soar with
angels though the vultures
;at his liver.
Jew knew he could be
in purse and person, but
| intelligence he remained his
master The key to his
;dom could be found on every
keof his texts Books live for-
r. and in them, so could the
ROR OF LIFE
arning for the Jew has been
religion and Halahkah, for
^reas religion for the Jewish
has been a way of be-
(rag, Halahkah. a system of
' and ethics, has been a way
[living. And both have invari-
been dominated by the sum
of his knowledge, his con-
tent adherence to learning.
ktlovsky, the Jewish philoso-
k. maintained that the clue to
pish genius must be sought in
! nerve-ami -brain structure of
(Jewish peuple.
literature is the mirror of life,
i literature in particular
reflects Yiddish ideology and ;,
pirations. Yiddish wi itinu is n.
tionalistic and progressive, illu-
minating Jewish distinctness
while reaffirming the
fellowship of mankind, '
Socrates who voiced the
that the difference an
was but a veneer and that if one
were to scratch beneath the
superficialities, we would come
to the underlying knowledj
the identity of men. The \
ity of this the children of the
book seem always to have km
What is the knowledge but the
realization and reaffirmation of
the truth? And for the Jew, it
is in truth that he shall find
justice. How else can truth be
preserved for the annals of his-
tory unless it be recorded and
constantly reviewed?
Throughout the course of
centuries, the Jew has been
framed for every lie and every
shameless chicanery that man
could invent, for the lie is as
old as man himself; and yet,
though the lie has battered him,
the truth has been his strength.
Whereas the lie. however, may
be found at ease by any fool who
seeks use of the tool, the futh
must be sought and studied to be
revealed. Where the empires of
the world built arms for defense.
the Jew built his fortifications in
his mind and sought to ward off
his enemies with his philosophy
his insight, his learning, his
books. He read, he wrote, he
quoted, and he believed in the
eventual triumph of truth and in
himself.
By Judaism, wrote Adolph Oko.
we mean the total harvest of
thinking, feeling, living which
Israel has reaped from its earliest |
history to the present time. One
need not learn to be born a Jew.
but one must learn to live like
one. It requires a reaffirmation
Mrs. Kugelman Weds
Doctor In New York
Th" m.-.muw of Mrs. Ruth
' 1 Kugelman ?nd Dr. Herbert
''"Hack took place on Thursday
'V '' Temple Emanuel in
;"vy The bride, widow
i Kugelman and daughter
"..he late Mr. and Mrs. Max D.
Philadelphia and Miami
' by he. daughters
.-' es J.u.c and C nstance
rvugi In -m.
Pollack served as volun-
' r with the Red Cress and USO
' '' during the i
,D I is an alumnus of
college and as-
:>an and chief of the
nttabolH clinic at Mt, Sinai hos-
'" Vork. II,. was re-
ently as a colonel from
"my medical corps with
serv : hief medical
nt for the European
he has lectured on the
; ",l/' Of r itriti n as found
among recovered allied military
and civilian prisoners in Europe.
Dr. Pollack has written a book
and many articles on nutrition
and diabetes.
The couple Will reside at 1120
Park ave New York city.
i what lias always been meant
by God, foi the- idea of Ehad is
ntwined with the myriad threads
if the learning of Israel's pro-
phets and sages. To be a Jew-
means to know the messianic
ope. To be a Jew means to
know. The spirit of the Jew is
ethical and speculative. It is a
hunger for knowledge and truth,
without which the world will
suffer and the Jew will d:e.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I A ME COUNTT, FLORIDA
No. 161)86
Re: Estate or john w. Cheshire,
deceased,
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE
CHAno"mTWN KOK FLN'Ar' DIS-
NOTICIS Is hereby given thnt I have
riled my rinaj report and petition for
final Mischance as Executor of the
' ef JOHN W. CHESHIRE, de-
< i ea: and thnt on the IRth daj of
''"ember, 1948, will apply to the
Honorable W. P. Hlnnton, Countv
judge of Undo County, for approval
r *nld final report and for final dls-
"-7* M executor of the estate of
lohn W. Cheshire.
Thla min day of November. 1946
HUNDLEY II CHB8HTRB,
As Executor of the estate
t.v r. ",' J"nn w Cheshire.
HA3I R. SILVER,
Attorney for Executor.
12/8-13-20
. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HERMAN B VALET, at ISM S. W,
th Street, Mh,ml, Kin.. Intend to
-r said name with the Clerk of
the ( Ircult court of Made County,
HERMAN KALER
..... ELINOR KALER
sam sn.vint.
Atti j i v for Applicants.
llnr. Congress Hidg.
11/29 12 J-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tht- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NEW ERA HYDROPONICS, at 3191
S W. 17th Street, Miami, Pin.. In-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EM WARD SCHINI
JACK N. WEST
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants,
Congress Hide.
11'29 12-6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OCEAN BLUE HOTEL at 334 Ocenn
Drive. Miami Rench, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
f the circuit Court of Dade County.
I ,1,
JOSEPH W. GELFMAN
BESSIE OELFMAN
BAMUE1 RUBIN,
Atorney for Applicants.
!-29 12/fi-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo em
b islness under the flctli loua nan
CRAV1B RESTAURANT, at 1624-21
Alton Road, Miami 11, a h, Fin I -
lend register *ald na tne with he
i llt-rii of the Circuit Court i,f Dade
County, Florida
MORRIS CRAVIS,
ETHEL CRAVIS.
Co-Owni i *
SAMUEL RUBIN,
Attorney for Applicants
20-27 3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
indei gned, desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
LITTLE RIVER LIQUOR STORE, at
7932 N. K Second Avenue Miami,
i-.:i utends to register wild name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I'ounty, Florida.
SAMUEL SILVERRLATT.
Owner.
SAM SILVER,
Ml met for Applicant.
U '13-22-29 12/8-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engugi In
buxlni the fictitious name i '
ROSE RAINBOW KOSHER RE8TAU-
R INT, al r, '" O Ulna Avi Miami
Fla Inti i d to registi r Bald
with the Clerk < the Circuit
Ciunty, Flw Ida.
ROSE KOSHER
RESTAURANT, INC.,
a Floi
SAM KHE.MISH, l'
SAMUEL GOTTFRIED, See
MILT' IN FRIED.M IN
Attorne; I Vppl '
12, 6-13-21 -21 : 3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CALVERT CLEANERS, at 6109 N. W.
\vc, Miami, Fla,, Intends to
r said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NATHAN SCHREIBER.
Sole Owner.
MAN P. SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
1! 25 29 I! f.-13-20
LEONARD A. LEVINE, Pres.
IRVING BLASBERG, Treos.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the underrlened. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HIM STREAM APPAREL, at 87 N.
E First Street. Miami, Fla.. Intend
10 register said name with the Clerk
ol ih" Circuit Court of Dade County,
HAROLD S METERS
AL ROEMER
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Applicants.
11 8-15-22-29 12/6
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 13658
Re: Estate of ELMER J. BLENIS.
deceased. .. ._.,
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CI I VRGE. ......
N( ITICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Flnal Discharge as Administrator of
the estate ol ELMER .1. BLENIS, do-
. a Bed; and that on the 11th day of
December, 146, will apply to the
Honorable \V. P. Blanton. County
Judge of Made County. Florida, for
ipproval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Elmer J. Blenla, de-
Thls' 20th day of N'overrlver. 1916.
WILLIAM GEERY
Administrator.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attornev for Administrator.
11/22-29 12/6-13-20
IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR MADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 1SS4
In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINO-
WITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEY-
ERBON. nlso known as SOPHIE
MEYRISOX. deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FI/>RIDA:
To All Pei-sons Interested In tne
Ftate of S'nld Decedent:
You are hereby notified that a
written Instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament of said
,l,,,.,|.nt has been admitted to pro-
bate In said Court. You are hereby
com m a n d e d within six calendar
month" from the date of the first
.Plication of this notice to appear
n said Court and show cause if any
VOVI COT, Why the action of said Court
In'admitting said will to probate
should not stand unrevoked.
(Coutv^C*urt^n
County Judge.
By JENNIE U RLANTONclerk.
GEORGE CHERTKOP,
Attorney.
11/15-22-29 12/6
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEAN-
ING COMPANY, at 344 N. W. 2nd
Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florldn.
HARRY KAHN
Sole Owner.
11/1.-.-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BUN RAY BPORTSWEAR MANU-
FACTURING COMPANY, at 2163 N.
W. Seventh Avenue, Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
Uounty, Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERG
HARRY MILDNER.
Partners.
LESTER LA SKY,
Attorney for Applicants.
1105 Congress Bldg.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COLIJNS FISH MARKET, at 604
Collins Avenue Mlnml Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
AL RENNERT
HARRY EDELMAN
SOLOMON BRAUNSTEIN
Partners.
HERMAN M. BERK,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business nnder the fictitious name of
BELL PAINTING AND DECORAT-
ING CO.. at 2613 Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables. Fla.. Intend to register
said nnme with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
IRVING GERSTENFELD
BARNETT BI/)OM
JOSEPH SARDEIi,A
SAM SILVER
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 8. W. Fourth Are.. Miami. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Qounty, Florida.
JACK FRANK
ISAAC FRANK
ALLAN CHAYKIN
ALBERT OPPEN7IEIM
VON ZAMFT & VON ZAMFT.
Attorneys for Applicants
272 W. Flagler St.
11/8-15-22-29 12/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AIRCRAFT INN, at 4427 N. W. 86th
S't.. Miami, Fla., Intends to register
said nnme with the Clerk of tfie Cir-
cuit Court of Dnde County. Florida.
NABER, INC.
ISAAC JOPFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
11/8-15-22-29 12/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at
2049 N. Mlnml An. 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
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 18384
In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINO-
W1TZ, also known as SOPHIE MEY-
ERSO.N. also known as SOI'HIE
MEYR1SON. deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may hnve against the
estate of Sophie Rablnowltz, also
known as Sophie Meyerson also
known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased,
late of Miami Beach, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
county Judge of Dade County, arid
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. Sndil clnlms or demands to
contain tho legnl address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 pf the
1933 Probate Act.
Date, November 12, A.D. 1946.
GEORGE CMERTKOP
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Sophie Rablnowltz,
nlso known as Sophie Meyerson,
also known as Sophie Meyrlson,
deceased.
GEORGE OHERTKOF,
Attorney for Estate.
11/15-22-29 12/6
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 17055
Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED,
decensod. __
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHARGE. .. ,
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed mv final report and petition
for Final Dlsrhnrge as Executrix of
the estate of DAVID K. REED, de-
ceased: and that on the 23rd day pf
December, 1946, will apply to the
Hon. W. P. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for ap-
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of David K. Reed, deceased.
This 18th day of November. 1946.
ESTHER K. REED.
Executrix of the Estate Of
David K. Reed, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executrix.
11/22-29 12/6-18 ->
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PAGE TWELVE
* Jewish flcriJiairl
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"Between You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
DIPLOMATIC NOTES:
Very few people know that
British Foreign Secretary Bevin
absented himself from the meet-
ing of the "Big Three" Foreign
Ministers one day last week to
see President Truman to discuss
the Palestine issue. Bevin also
met with Judge Proskauor, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, and had a lengthy
discussion with him on Palestine
. Zionist leaders, including Dav-
id Ben Gurion, wore aware of
the Bevin-Proskauer meeting
since the leader of the American
Jewish committee revealed to
them in advance that such a
meeting was to take place. .
It can now be revealed that
during his talks with Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, the British For-
eign secretary was especially
anxious to impress upon the
American Zionist leader the
importance of Jewish parti-
cipation in the London confer-
ence on Palestine which is to
be resumed after the World
Zionist Congress .
It can also In' revealed that Bin
Gurion indicated to Bevin
through a third person that if he
wanted to meet with him, he
would have to see him by a cer-
tain date Ben Gurion left New
York for Europe wit:.nit seeing
Bevin. .
In all tlie meetings between
Bevin and Jewish leaders in New
York, David Dubinsky, pri
of the International Ladies Gar
ment Workers Union, played a
very important role. The sched-
uled talks >n Palestine between
Bevin and Secretary of State
anxiously watching the outcome
Byrnes arc now taking place in
Now York and Jewish leaders are
of these talks .
In the meantime, Zionist
leaders learned that Byrnes is
not too friendly to the Jewish
position. He is stated to
have indicated in private talks
that it would be best for the
displaced Jews if they were re-
patriated to their native lands.
. A more friendly view is held
by Dean Acheson. under-Secre-
tary of State, but his influence
with regard to the Palestine is-
sue has now been greatly re-
duced. .

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
American Jewish Conference'
leaders are seriously discussing
the fate of the Conference. .
S. me Of these leaders are of the
opinion that the Conference can
bi come a p. rman< nt over-all rep-
resentative body of American
Jewry wltl lit interfering with
tie Jewish agencies conducting
relief activit i ovi ra as or civic
protective work within the Unit-
ed States. Some are oven flirt-
ing with the idea of inviting the
American Jewish Committee to
rejoin the ranks of the Ami rican
Jewi.-h Conference. Th< am-
bition of these leaders is to see
the C< Mi rence e only cen-
tral body speaking and acting on
behalf of American Jewry on
matters concerning Jews in this
country and abroad. .
As to agencies such as the Joint
Distribution Committee, tin Anti-
Defamation I.c ague a:.(I otl i rs
active on the "domestic scene,"
these li aders are discussing the
possibility of bringing the above
agencies into the orbit of the
American Ji wish Conference in
an indirect way The pi' ;
is to have the Jewish relief and
left at agent it s submit regular
reports about their activities to
the C< nference and receive guid-
ance from the Conference in the
form of advice aimed at elimin-
ating duplication and strengthen*
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sentatives of the- interested agen-
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In fact, it is suggested thai
there be three separate com-
missions, one to deal with do-
mestic problems, another with
overseas problems and a third
with Palestine problems. .
This project. I learn, is not
backed by all leaders of the
Conference and is still in em-
bryonic form However, it
has the backing of those who
insist that the Conference must
cease to be a temporary war-
time body now that the war
is over .
UNDERGROUND REPORT:
Anyone who wants a concrete
picture of the trials and tribula-
tions of the displaced Jews in
Europe who are laboriously mak-
ing their way to Palestine as
"visaless" immigrants. should
re ad "Underground to Palestine"
by I. V Stone, well-known Amer-
ican journalist, just published by
Boni & Geer. Stone was the
first American newspaperman to
make' the '"underground" trip to
Palestine from the Polish fron-
tier. He became one of the
"displaced Jews" and endured all
that the displaced Jews are now
going through in Europe before
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pe an eer.tors for passage on an
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voyage are an impressive piece of
contemporary Jewish history. .
At the same time, they read like
a good adventure novel. .
MUSICAL NOTES:
Jews outside of New York may
I ave an opportunity one of these
days to hear the Vinaver Chorus,
which has been acclaimed by
critics in New York as "an or-
i I estra Jewish chorus of 40 mixed voices
i tablished in this country by
Chemjo Vinaver. who immigrated
i during the war from Berlin,
where he was considered one of
Europe's foremost choral con-
ductors. The program of the
chorus ranges from 16th century
eh. ral masters to works of con-
te mporary composers. The se-
lections comprise every mood
from the deep reverential beauty
e>f early synagogue music to the
tic fervor of Hassidic songs
and modem Palestinian songs. .
When I was in Germany as a JTA
rresp nd< nt during the Nazi re-
gime, his chorus was the only
bright spot in the life of the Jews
there, since non-Jewish concerts
were practically closed to them. .
S. J. FREEDMAN
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6. 1946
DECEMBER
f^te Director
Edress ABC Meeting
"annual meeting of the
'1-tbapu-r. American
^bers will hear W.
fcfKor. manager of the
ETarea, ARC. with
S m AtIanta' ^
"ihe postwar job of the
'Across. The meeting
m d.t. Tuesday in the
t room of the McAllister
hon formerly executive
id the Dad.- county chap-
t service overseas during
fc in Africa, Italy and
Inhere he supervised dis-
L of Red Cross supplies
Civilian populations of sev-
y^c War ravaged coun-
n several shipments were
L produced by the worn-
Lde County.
L E. Mangels, chapter
In. will preside. Reports
work this past year of the
fcpter will be given and
tied annual report will be
Ltd. The meeting is open
[persons in Dade County
Ltributed SI or more to
1 Cross this year. Names
. board members to be
Jwill be presented by the
|an of the nominating com-
Tc. Gordon Anderson.
[to Cuba, Party
llel Calendar
intir.gent o: University of
Hillel students will fly to
.w 21 for a three day visit.
I Bnil be entertained by the
jroup at the University of
Hillel members will be
JlaChanuka party Dec. 18
i Miami Beach chapter of
B'rith Women at the Hil-
K. A student program, in-
I the kindling of the lights,
ging and a performance
JBernal Light radio script,
Uaccabce ," will be fea-
Miami Zionists Seek
1.000 New Members
One thousand new members
w the goal for the Miami Zion-
IS1 s membership campaign, ac-
cording io Burnett Roth, presi-
dent.
The group wili contact organ-
alions in this district in order
to bring them the importance
of increasing relief to the Jews
ot Europe, he said.
Jerome Weinkle has been
chosen membership chairman.
PAGE THIRTEEN
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Harry Siraus is president of
the Gables Racing ai
which holds forth ai
Tropical Park, where the long
winter Florida racing season of
120 days was inaugurated on
Monday. The Baltimorean has
just put his okay on the plant
after a brief inspection tour.
Hillel Plans Services
Weekly religious services at the
Hillel house, 3306 Ponce do Leo:;
blvd., for University of Miami
students and visitors will begin
this evening, Marilyn Socoloff,
religious chairman, announced
this week.
The service will be conducted
by a different University sorority
or fraternity each week. Musical
selections will be included.
DANCE CANCELLED
Cancellation of the dinner
dance scheduled for Dec. 4 by
B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge was
announced this week by Charles
R. Jacobson, executive secretary.
Money for tickets previously
purchased has been refunded, he
said.
Two Events Highlight
Month for Sisterhood
Men bers of Temple Beth Sho-
eing for-
I to a busy month with two
ted for D>
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luncheon which Mrs. David
Harris will give at the Cadillac
hotel 1 Prict of admission
will be a new member brought
I y ai ol I mi i ations
must be in i and may
be :: ade by calling Miss Amdur
at the' Tt mple office.
Mrs, living Marcus, member-
man, is in charge of ar-
rangements, assisted by Mrs. Ed-
ward Mencher, Mrs. Maurice
i. m, Mrs. George Talianoff
and Mrs. Harold Turk. A comedy
-kit presented by members of the
; Sisterhood will entertain the
I group following luncheon.
Next event on the Sisterhood
dar for this month is a
home-talent fashion show sched-
uled for the evening Dec. 18 at
the Temple. This show will be a
culmination of the summer book
project, Mi mbers of the organiza-
tion will model clothes from
Eleanor's and fur fashions from
Alexander's Furs.
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and
Mrs. Edward L. Cowen are writ-
ing the script for the fashion
show The public is invited.
BEACH GIRL WEDS
IN NEW YORK CITY
Miss Ethel Geringer became
the bride of Henry S. Levinson,
son cf Mr. and Mrs. Selig J. Lev-
inson, New York, in a ceremony
at Temple Zion, New York, Nov.
27. The bride is a daughter of
Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 N. Michi-
gan ave., Mami Beach.
Mrs. David Sheketoff, New
in, Conn., formerly of Miami
Bi ach, attended the bride. The
bridegroom's brother, Irving,
I as best man.
Guests who went North to at-
tend the wedding were the
bride's mother and brother, Irv-
ing: Mr. and Mrs. David Mermer,
brother and sister-in-law of the
bride, all of Miami Beach, and
aide's brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gerin-
r, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Levinson attended City
College of New York and was
employed in Miami by the War
department. A graduate of New
York university, Mr. Levinson
erved as a radar officer in the
A; my air forces and was re-
cently stationed in Tokyo.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Astoria, L.I., after a hon-
eymoon in Atlantic City.
University Concerts to
Star Miss Antoine
Josephine Antoine, American
! coloratura soprano of the Metro-
politan Opera, will appear as
soloist with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony orchestra, con-
ducted by Modesto Alloo, Sunday
at 4:30 p.m. and Monday at 8:30
p.m. in the Miami Senior High
School auditorium.
In six years Miss Antoine rose
from classroom to the role of
; prima donna in the greatest opera
| house in the world. She was dis-
, covered by Maestro Artur Bodan-
Brownie Troop Invests
Nine New Members
Nine girls became members of
the newly formed Brownie Troop
151 at investiture services held at
the home of Mrs. Sidney Lef-
fourt, 111 S. W. 30th rd., last
Wednesday.
They are Roberta Berman, Joy
Davidson, Carol Hertz, Barbara
Lefcourt, Barbara Safer, Ruth
Schlansky, Susan Schemer, Judy
Sterling and Carlye Stone.
The troop is sponsored by the
Miami Service league whose
scouting chairman is Mrs. Bernie
Sterling. Leaders of the troop are
Mrs. Milton Stone, Mrs. Lefcourt,
Mrs. Milton Sacks and Mrs. Har-
ry Hertz, all of whom have com-
pleted a leadership training
course.
Future activities of the troop
will be a wiener roast at the end
of this month and a father and
daughter Valentine's Day party
in February. Milton Stone, Sid-
ney Lefcourt, Milton Sacks and
Bernie Sterling will assist the
girls at their December event.
Meetings are held at the Lef-
court home from 4 to 5 p.m. Wed-
nesdays. The girls take turns at
being hostess and historian each
week.
Training to become Brownies
are Gail Apner, Barbara Cohen,
Linda Herman, Susan Wieder,
Carol Lee Greenberg and Helen
Kessler.
Membership is open to girls
between the ages of 7 and 9.
sky, auditioned by Gatti-Casazza,
signed to a contract by the late
Herbert Witherspoon and pre-
sented at the Metropolitan by the
present general manager, Edward
Johnson.
She has sung every season at
the Metropolitan Opera since her
debut, and has never been cast in
a secondary role. In eight years
she has sung more than 800 per-
formances in opera, concert and
radio.
WE MARCHED ON
D-DAY
FOR VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY!
WE MARCH ON
B-D DAY
FOR VICTORY FOR
BETH DAVID!
Sunday, Dec. 8th
IS
LOYAL MEMBERS OF BETH DAVID
WILL BUILD A NEW SYNAGOGUE
AND TALMUD TORAH AT CORAL
WAY BETWEEN 26th and 27th ROADS

WE SHALL REMEMBER
Beth David Day
As A Milestone In Building Of A
Greater Beth David!
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Charm Forum to Air
Women's Civic Activity
"Should Women be Active In
Civic Affairs?" will be the topic
to bo discussed by the public
speaking class of the National
Council of Jewish Women's
B'NAI B'RITH TAKES
CENSUS OF STUDENTS
WASHINGTON. D. C. The '
B'nai B'rith Vocational Service
bureau has begun its decennial
census of Jewish college students.
Questionnaires have been sent to,
all institutions of higher educa- charm forum.
tion in the United States and Second in the forum series will
Canada. B'nai B'rith Hillel units I be held today at 1:30 p m. at Tern-
are collaborating at the 142 col-! pie Beth Sholom. Mrs. Sydney L
leges and universities where Weintraub will conduct the.class.
there are Hillel Foundations or A class in make-up and a lee-
Counselorships. lure on "How to Conduct Your-
The census seeks information sell at Public Meetings" will be
on control, location, size and type given by Miss F Lenore of I
of student body of each of about Coral Gables charm school.
1.500 institutions. Data are re-1 Tickets for the forum may be
quested on total registration and obtained from Mrs. Edward L.
Jewish enrollment by sex. as well rjowen, 533 47th st. Proceeds aid
as for veterans, evening and grad- th(, council scholarship fund.
HERBERT GETS MEDAL
Harry. Herbert, representative
Of the national Jewish Welfare
board in the China-Burma-India
theatre, has been awarded the
medal of freedom, second highest
award for war service conferred
on civilians by the President
uato students, and arts and
sciences registrants. The ques-
tionnaire also provides for data
on total and Jewish enrollments
in each of 31 fields of study.
The 1935 study showed that
ol
schi ols enrol], d 90 ]>' rcent
the Jewish students.
Jews r< presented ~>< percent of
r e studi t in dentistry, 25 per-
cent in law. 22 percent i" phai in-
Jewish students represent ill per acy, IT percent in commerce, 18
cent of American college students, per cenl in medicine, 14 per cent
While there was one college stu- in social work, 11 per cent in
dent to every 110 persons in the veterinary medicine, 7 per cent in
American population, American engineering, 3 per cent in educa-
Jewry had one college student to tion, 2.5 p cent in agriculture,
every 42 Eight percent of the l 6 per cent in military science
I
Herbert for a time was station-
ed in Miami as I'SO-JWB reg-
ional supervisor for the Southeast
area.
In the CB1 theater Herbert as-
sisted in the organization of re-
ligious services and home.hospi-
tality for Jewish Gis along the
I.edo road.
Early in 1946 he went to
Shanghai to organize programs
for GIs and refugees.
The Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu El and the Broward coun-
ty chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
recently collected 800 cans of food
for the SOS (supplies for over-
seas survivors) drive. The two
organizations sponsored a card
party at which time admission
was six cans of food per person.
Chairmen of the drive were Mrs.
Sidney Norman for B'nai B'rith
and Mrs. E. Weinstein for the Sis-
terhood. Both organizations are
now collecting clothing to be sent
overseas.
-ved. Mrs. ^
at,
man ,,f the event h
2" Vm"w- Mrs.
Mrs. 0, Siegcl.
ne
Ft.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Nathan Schocoff has recovered
from an illness of several we< ks
that kept him bedriddt n. II. and
Morns Sheir are acting Gabbaim
f( r T< mple Beth El.
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1148 was
host to members and friends at
a] Sunday evening at Scl er
hall. Frank U. Bayer is pres
Stanley Met/, has returned to
I is home after more than three
years Army service. He is th<
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz,
212 S. Sapodilla ave., and brother
of Mrs. Maurice Crystal. He was
stationed at Yokahama.
Mrs. J. Israel is home
CI od Samaritan hospital.
from
Mm.' ei .- i if AZA fl iciated at
Ten : Bel El last Fi: lay night.
Thos,- taking part included Sey-
mour Nash. Maivm Greene and lenville, N.Y., has purchased a
Sammy Smith. The regular can-
tor. Jack Kapni r, Led the singing.
Tonight, Rabbi M. Greenstein
will review a book a part of
Jewish Book Wei k.
Mrs. Louis Trachtenberg, El-
has pun
large dwelling in Palm Beach.
Arthur SI i ir, I i m< i ly of Wor-
cester, Mass, has pui ed a
homi hen d ha beei joined by
his family. Mr. Sheir is t .
of Mr. and Mrs M u ri Sheir,
Flamingo dr.
Mrs. Louise Sirkin Burns and
daughter, Bonnie, left Monday
for their home in Los Anu< les,
afti : a visit with Mrs. Burns' par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snkin.
534*4 dementis st. Mr. Burn- is
a in other of comedian ;
Burns.
LFA
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
Dr. Laurence Levit >n spoke on
Emotional Security in Children"
before a recent meeting of Tem-
ple Beth El Sisterhood.
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late H. Gold
took place Sunday with Rabbi M.
Greenstein officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Simons arriv-
Southeast Communities
Praised By Heller
"Southeastern communities arc
d( veloping and strengthening
their local Jewish communal or-
ganizations and successfully
n eeting both the challenge of
inils overseas and need for
services at home," declared Isaac
S. Heller, president of the south-
easti rn region, Council of Jewish
Fi lerations and Welfare Funds,
in releasing the semi-annual re-
port of regional activities and
Set Vli es.
Heller added, "our regional
council is playing a vital role in
servii g Jewish communal organ-
izations in the southeast. More
ai il more, communities wish to
i their problems and they
are developing a unique commu-
nity-minded approach to the se-
rious questions which face us in
tl e local and national scene.
Tin re is growing awareniss of
strei gth in association."
The report prepared by Syd-
ney Jacobs, regional director,
notes that campaigns this year
have fully demonstrated the es-
sential soundness of local com-
munal ( rganizations and their
ability to meet the challenge of
unprecedented needs. With the
majority of these campaigns over
the ti p, the communities are con-
centrating on further organiza-
tional advances and the building
of solid local programs. Jacobs
comment! d, 'The communal or-
ganizations are clearly as.-uming
responsibility for planning the
social, educational aand cultural
services toward an enrichment of
Jewish community life."
The Ci uncil of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds is an
At a dinner in Fort Lauder-
dale Nov. 24, the Pompano Jew-
ish Circle installed their officers
for the current year. Taking the
oath of office before the 25 guests
\v< re Mrs. A. Hirschman, presi-
dent; Dave Goldberg, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Florence David, sec-
retary, and Mrs. Frances Gold-
berg, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Tarler were honor guests, with
Mr. Tarler serving as the guest
speaker and Mrs. Tarler giving
the oath of office to the appoin-
tees.
The Broward county chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will spon-
sor a Chanuka card party Thurs-
day at the Maxwell Arcade club-
rooms. Among the events on the
program will be a skit presented
by pupils of the Temple Sunday
school. Those participating will
:""'" ^ughteTA
rreeman v, ,"*
Nathan BriS ofl?
man attended the ,
Mexico where 'tl
Spanish. Mr.^Brtf?
"' Temple unfoStJ
member of the MarL'
J|oned i the Pacjfi ^
Freeman lsthtsjster on
thur Pitezlc and Sol Fn
Among visitors in Foul
derdale are Mrs. A Fu-w
daught. r, Mrs. Dorothy
New Yuiknty.Theyi
Mr and Mrs. JuliusEpJJ
Epstein was form.rlv
Mrs. Abe Markowib
returned from Jacksonvill
she visited her son-in-U
daughter Mr. and %
Wolf... n.
W^WYt!lV
Rabbi Joseph E. Ra
1520 S. W. 5th!
Phone 2-7439
rome
Lib. 344JLJ
'YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
ed recently from Roxbury, Ma lat,on "f 2,'~ member Feder-
They are staving at 414Vi Eighth ;,tl"ns- Welfare Funds and Jew-
it. Isn Community Councils. Stanley
M IZELL-S I M O N
MORTUARY
N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Directors
413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach. Fla.
ley
C. Myers of Miami is the national
president.
southwesu in regional offices are
located at 411 Bienville st., New
< >i leans.
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
/vOGUST BROS fcv7
la f Hi- xr kt>
la the BEST
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Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the
Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro
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AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
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Merchandise
Washington Ava. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
pnrel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
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m MAxmn of mint*
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Information Gladly fumulmd en fte^ueif
SERVINC MIAMI BEACH-* MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
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Funeral Director
MEMORIAL CHAP?
5-777!
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SERVICE
123b Waslington An.
Miami Beich
TH08. M. BURHS. JR-
Funeral Director
ABE EISENBERC. Trein*'
0
|a Mew fork:
76th St. and Ao.derd*m Aw
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympia Building Phone w720
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIHED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GHOUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth ^cb^
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Sbei
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922jrjr^
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
|W|IIH ,
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PHONE 9-2664
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, l0 BANKERS
long
and short of Flor-
rtate possess** a
K developed resources
ish. d products
"^ Palm Beach
(CopyriBht. 1946, Sever
""A^ Future Syndicate, --------
PL4/iV TALK
FROM ALFRED SEGAL-
PAGE FIFTEEN
Lyention
K'-$70 000.000 Goes Beg-
fled tavitation to prospec
t to s 0 consider Florid.
r fnr their money, ap-
rfte special convention
tf the Investment Deal-
12 Lad te written by Mc-
[tSfpresidentofFl*.
iT&Lighl company.
E |, a profitable market
RJdustrial .^.agricul-
^ducts, Smith points out.
$.000,000 *''" l"ca'de/
Klivestock and allied m-
alone. Among other
he cites y 'da'a yearly
kior. of ST5.ono.000 in lum-
A elated material, much of
,f;, ..u. stfe for
LL This leads naturally
Tpossibilities of furniture
' 1 and pap< r mills within
He,
, the natii n's richest con-
gionof phosphate rock lo
E. Florida and a $2,000,000
He processing plant going
puiellas county, Smith adds
fccomfor':; li room for ad-
U phospl processors.
fee, the stall offers bright
Ids in many other fields,
jthe manufacture of starch
[sweet potatoes, the manu-
of building materials
almetto roots, the process-
jcitrus, and the processing
|ber, rangn g from tannage
[manufacturing.
the it. ms on which
lis "lon^ a high degree
iking effii -y enjoyed by
ttuig peo| li Human effici-
m manufat Hiring has be-
I _.. important and
Tefficiency, Smith reminds
vestment bankers, is con-
pfcy the way men feel. He
suits out tl at living condi-
|ind working conditions in
1 are excellent on a year-
| bast;, as < infracted with
I health hazards in other
I of the nation.
REBECCA'S EGGS
Wr^lTrK bee1 buing a' Q Ph0t0^Phic por-rai. of Re
becca. don t know that her nemo really is Rebecca, bu I qive
her that name because i. has the sound o. music ou" d
CHANUKA NEARS
Chanuka. Jhe festival of
lights, will begin Tuesday eve-
I ning, Dec. 17, and continue
! through Dec. 25.
times.
P^V1 flnfgS be'ter 'hon Be,,y Iwe or Shirley Anne
uch are the kind of names girls y
. 1'le UK
asay on girls names,
though. 1 has much more to do
lemons. I just can't make ml toi to Pale I
sure, but I say they shall be egg thinj
Whether they arc oral ges, rig, or
lemons or eggs they are R< I 1 Hel Jet ;
ca's toil and so what's the diff<
ence whether they are oral
lemons or eggs.
I can fall in love with Rebecca; Lovely, sn il 1 !! As I
at sight. She's.a fine-looking hu- look at her fulfill-
man being strong, intelligent and ment ol thi Zi I idi in its
handsome besides, Sh(. is the kind
of young girl gentlemen d
of marrying some day, 1
myself know nothing of thai I
have been inveterately man
long time.
But enough of this phild
ing. It's about time to tell how I
came across Rebecca. She came to
1 Council Seeks'
Immigration
jamin E Bronston, Preai-
|of the Southern Florida
p of the American Council
naism has made public a
at submitted to President
' S. Truman at a White
meeting Nov. 26 with
K J. Rosenwald, national
Wt of the American Coun-
r Judaism, and Sidney Wal-
|ecutive con mittee mem-
council representatives dis-
I with the President the
m of the displaced Jews of
\ the Palestine problem
Wrican help to the dis-
f all faiths. The Council
P"*n requested that the
'States adopt "as a mat-
' Nicy" all of the recom-
r0"s of tl,. Anglo-Ameri-
>omm.tt,( of inquiry and
l hfceralue American im-
ps laws to help resetle
"Ki Persoi.s of all faiths.
[wganizatum of Americans
Ph faith devoted to secur
Tal nghts and responsibil-
P J T1 opposes the establish-
P a Jewish state and the
r"*er.t of Jewish national-
me in the mails. I opei
brown envelope I find on my
desk, I pull out a brochure that
it contains, I start to turn the
pages and there on the first page
is Rebecca smiling at me.
The title on thi sim-
ply is "Histadrut." Yes, I've
heard of Histadrut. It's thi nan e
of the labor group in Palestine
the General Fedi rati I Ji
Workers in Pale-tineand this
brochure was published to cell
brate the 25th anniversary of His-
tadrut.
Rebecca is the symbol of all
the noble toil that has gone in-
to Palestine. She is all that I
hare cherished in Palestine:
This gorgeous human specimen
that Palestine has produced.
this harvest of the work of her
hands. She has never made a
speech, never has aspired to
lake over the government of
Palestine, never has tossed a
bomb for the idea of Jewish
nationhood.
d^table-Vigorou
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ESTATE PROBLEMS
^OEISENSTEIN
"EALTOR
39 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
phone 5-6479
UC"" >" Mi,m| B,.eh
purer form; er v k the
fulfill] cal prom-
. ;. la i mey.
Her "' : i to y in 1
litics, not
by conti tical de-
mands that tint;.
SI mumental with
The Histadrul |
Rebec token, a
pn du< t of its doing ii
Yes, it has established 50 industi ial
coopei al ying close to
1,500 v orkers. It v iting
150 industrial factories and work-
shops in agricultural collective
settlements. In these 1,200 |
sons were employed. Two I
sand wi rki:.- were en ployi
35 ther ned bj His-
iti ms, 11.-'.' Irul
itives In Id l11*) per cent
passenger and HO pei cei t of all
1 transi I in Palestim
The traffic was 1 1 nti rrupted
during tl e war.
Under Histadrut jurisdiction
there are 24 cooperative sav-
ings and loan associations with
a membership of 28.000. with
savings of ten million dollars,
with capital and reserve of
S750.000.
Thu ves help thi
i e
nts a garden, pun
JEWISH HOLIDAY KITS
READY FOR CHANUKA
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bcrman,
owners of The Judy Company,
nators of Judy Puzzle In-
107 Third Avenue North,
Minneapolis, Minn., have intro-
a line of Jewish holiday
itions which will be on the
t in time for Chanuka.
T kits are called "David's
r Joyous Holidays," a name in-
thi !! mai s' son, Dav-
id, and will include a large var-
if dec rations for every fes-
lewi.-h occasion.
Nationally known designers
manufacturers of education-
al toys for children, the Bcrmans
directed a large share of
new line to youngsters," in-
1 luding stained glass windows
1 wall plaques, meno-
: nd many others that require
issors or paste. The holiday
'.' ranges from a single
package containing a variety of
paste-up toys and decorations to
dual centerpieces, placques,
sdk screened stained glass win-
wall decorations, etc.
The holiday kits will be manu-
factured under the name Happy's
Inc. and will be produced to cov-
: every major Jewish festival
throughout the year.
Obituaries
STEIN
Mrs. Pantile M. Stein, o. nf 2249
S, W. 2Sth st., died Saturday, sito
had maintained a home I" -Miami t~>
years and lived part ol the time in
Baal Liverpool, Ohio. Burvlvora in-
clude a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Gard-
ner, Philadelphia; a son, Ralph Bteln,
1...S Angeles; a Bister and two broth-
ers. Shi' was the widow Of JaCOD
Bteln, The body was sent to Hast
Liverpool for services and burial by
the Gordon Funeral home,
P-TA TO HOLD PARTY
Annual bingo and card party
of the Parent-Teachers associa-
tion of South Beach Elementary
school will be held at 8 p.m. Mon-
day in the school building. Re-
freshments will be served.
The executive committee in
charge of the affair consists of
Mrs. Irving Matlin, president, and
the Mesdames Murray Lazarus,
Sol Savader, Edward Quartin, J.
C. Strickland, Rose Zoller, Irwin
Hinkes, John Gross, Maurice
Bloom, Joseph Block.
SjOUST BROS Rv/
' is the nr.srf
I WANT MY MILK
Rebecca's conquest of Pales ,
tine has been made by the joyous
toil of the barnyard: To -
a living for herself and I
munity by raising egg-giving
chickens; to feel the pride
achievement in her work SI
added something to the richi
Palestine. She can feel Ziomsn
enough in this.
A ZIONIST STATESMAN
Yes, Rebecca is the supren e
Zionist, a Zionist stati
among the many politicians, inl-
and her work are the concept ol
Zionism held by many of us pnoi
to the recent years' when inept
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estine. This concept had nothii
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Looking retrospectively at the chp.in of events involving
the Jews in Europe during the past seven years, we won-
der as to the kind of atomic power needed to shake world
public opinion out of its apathy.
The story of the greatest massacre in human his-
torythe planned annihilation of 6,000,000 defenseless
and innocent Jews in the Nazi gas chamberwas re-
ceived by the world almost as if it was nothing more
than a horror story, to be read and forgotten. What it
meant in terms of millions of families destroyed, mil*
lions of orphans, millions of broken, lonely men and
women whose very life had lost all meaning, was passed
over as "someone else's trouble."
Following V-E day, a few hundred thousand Jews,'
miraculously spared from the fate of their loved ones,1
were herded into gloomy camps to await a proper solution
of their problem by the powerful victors who had fought
a war for the principles of freedom and human rights.
Yet, even today, a year and a half after the end of that
war, no action has yet been taken. No vision is there to
eustain them, no powerful expression of governmental
support upon which they can pin their hopes.
Gradually there began a movement among those for-
saken people. A few thousand of them succeeded in drag-
ging themselves to Mediterranean ports where they
boarded half-rotted vessels bound for the shores of the
Promised Land.
Here the third tragedy took place. The unauthorized
pilgrims were declared "illegal immigrants." The fact
many of them were women and children (435 out of the
835 on the ship "Haesrim Ushlosha ') and many of them
bore tatooed numbers of death camps, received but pass-
ing mention here and there. They were forced onto war-
ships for deportation to still another concentration camp
on Cyprus. The unfortunates fought against tear gas,
water hoses and armed troops. A number attempted to
swim ashore. Their misery was indescribable. The world
read the accounts and turned to the next page of its news-
paper.
All through this amazing and shocking page of his-
tory, world public opinion remained unmoved, and seem-
ingly, ready to accept any argument or consideration
which might justify inaction. "Therefore, the govern*
ments in whose hands lay the solution of this problem
felt free to pursue a policy of delays and postpone-
ment.
In democratic countries like Great Britain and the
United States, where public opinion is considered an im-.
portant factor in the determination of policy, the respon-
sibility for the present situaion falls squarely upon the
public.
The time has corns to put an end to this tragedy, and
effect an immediate and just solution of the Palestine
problem. Every enlightened reader knows that this so-
called "Jewish Problem" is rightfully considered a Chris-
tian responsibility, for the very fact its solution lies in the
hands of Christian governments.
The time calls for courageous and thorough-goin>r deci-
sions, carried out without hesitancy, so that the pitiful
Jewish survivors in Europe may go to their internationally-
assured homeland, Palestine, and live there as free citi-
zens of a better world.
Thank God there are some new lawmakers elected to
Congress. Perhaps they will have the courage to do what
their predecessors lacked the courage to do. The time for
more words has passed. Enough useless words have al-
ready been spoken on this subject to have bridged every
obstacle remaining in the paths of the world's most un-
fortunate. The Jews I know are ready and willing to pay
all necessary costs of obtaining the required lands and
transportation for these men-and-wome i-without-a-coun-
try.
But their money and their voices are not enough. It is
your voice and mine Christian America that will stir
complacent world to action.
Are you going to let a peaceful sleep be yours before
you send telegrams to every representative and en
ator in Washington? If you do, by your very inaction
you are jeopardizing the freedom which today, we W
o richly enjoy. ACT NOW
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i. u PAGE EIGHT PJewltti fhridteti I | ii ii u f %  %  t II % %  %  i • MRS. MALEK HEADS CHESED SHEL EMES Mrs. Joseph Malek was elected president of Chesed Shel Ernes at the monthly meeting held at Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah last week. Other new officers are Mrs. W. Clein, vice president; Mrs. S. Stone, treasurer; Mrs. S. Geltner, secretary, and Mrs. P. Rappaport and Mrs. M. Kotkin, officiating executives. Chesed Shel Ernes is devoted to benevolence and assistance to the needy in the time of deaath. Mrs. Malek said. The new president has issued a call for increased membership. WOMEN REAFFIRM COMMUNITY UNITY DOLIVA-BRIELOFF The engagement of Miss Korine Marilyn Doliva to Pvt. Seymour Brieloff was announced at a garden party buffet supper held recently at the home of Miss Doliva's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hodis. 2276 S.W. 21st ter. Miss Doliva, a graduate of Miami High and now a student at the University of Miami, is the daughter of Mr. ;md Mrs. George Doliva, 1712 N. Bayshore dr. Pvt. Brieloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brieloff, 1242 Dre.xel ave., attended City College of New York and the University of Miami and was pledged to Tau Epsilon Phi. He is now station* at Camp Kilmer, N.J. Ardmore photo Representatives ol iour local women's organizations reaffirmed the spirit ol "community unity" when they participated in a forum on that theme at the Thanksgiving reception given by the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress. Pictured at the reception, which was held at the Atlantis Root Garden, are Mrs. Harold Turk, vice president of the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. past president of Hadassah; Mrs. Nat L. Williams, president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Beach AJC Women. Book Review and Style Show on JCRS Agenda A book review program and a fashion show are among the December activities of the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives Relief society, Mrs. Rose Levey, president, announced this week. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami faculty will review "Justice for My People" at the society's meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at Trotsky's Dining Room in the Edward hotel. 953 Collins ave. Mai Marshall will present a fashion show at the tea planned for Thursday afternoon, Dec. 19, at the home of Mrs. Michael Hollander, 1061 N. Venetian dr. Laura Banion models will exhibit the costumes. Mrs. Lee Gainsboro and Mrs. Maury Poncher. who have been active in many of the fund raising ventures of the organization, are in charge <>f arrangements for the fashion show to which the public will be invited. Plans for the JCRS donor luncheon, to be held at the Beachcomber Feb. 12, are now in progress. i^^AJ^ECEMBER fi Beckwitts Announce Daughter's Betrothal Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, 221 S. W. 11 St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Beat rice, to Harry H. Engel, son of Mrs. Max Engel. Charleston, S.C. The wedding will take place Dec. 22 at Temple Israel. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate. After an extended honeymoon trip, the couple will make their home in Phil.. Li I] ia, l'a. PERSONALLY SPEAKING (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) ing in New York. She intends to complete her studies at the University of Miami. Taking time off from studies at the University of Florida. Elmer Oliphant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant. 1769 N. W. Sixth st., spent last weekend at home. A freshman at the university, he is majoring in accounting and law. Home on a brief furlough from Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, for Thanksgiving was Oscar Boonshoft, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Boonshoft, 1004 Michigan ave. He is serving with the government as a consulting engineer. Jordan Bittel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bittel, 3010 Al\ ton rd., joined Thanksgiving vacationers here last week, j Bittel is a student at the Unii versity of Florida at Gaines-' ville. Mrs. Elizabeth Bergman, 725 W. 49th St., has received word that her son-in-law, Robert Doscher, of Suffern, N. Y., has been elected surrogate judge of Rockland county, N. Y. The Doschers celebrated their first wedding anniversary Sunday. 500 BRAVE SQUALL TO HEAR FINE CONCERT The Fool group of four well known vocalists, initiated thi Con munity Concert Si ries with a w< II rounded program Moi day ( vei ing, The • if cultural programs under th( the VM and W11A of Miami Beach rec< b : i eak ii attendan squally wi th< pre vented i v eral hundn I et 1 Idei fron beii A group ol I subeard Adoit, Edward Kane, I.ucielle Browning and John B lee mbine their tali nts in a program of popular and light operatic selections. The variety ol ided .-nl .. and quart 1 pn .%  ntatii ins. audii nee demand* I nu • from tl e ai' o wound up theii < Venn:. glory .'. rendil n ol "Mi adowlan Rabbi Kronish Chooses Pearl Harbor Sermon "The Fifth Anniversary of Pearl Harbor (Yabrzelt of Isolationism)" will be Rabbi Leon Kronish's sermon topic at Temple Beth Sholom this evening. I., ter Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Green, will become Par Mitzva during services at 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will under the musical portions at both services. Weeklv get-acquainted brunch for the Temple membership will be at Hi a.m. Sunday at the Prances K. Powell restaurant, 525 41st st. Y League Continues Miami Beach Y basketball league opened its second week Sunday with the Flamingos beating thi i ets by a close sc< ire %  if 20 tn 29 The second game, Royal Palm vs Jesters ended in a score of 32 to 2ii with Truffa leading the Jesters to victory. Club 8 won over Play buys in the thud game by a score of 42 to 33. To date, Club 8 has been undefeated. Gershwin Program Set G Gershwin is the composer in be honored on this week's radio program to be sponny Matter's Kosher market, 11:45 a m. Sunday over Station WKAT. Selections to be played are Fascinating Rhythm," "Maybe," aceable You" and a medley of favorite Gershwin tunes. Each week a famous Jewish composer will be honored. Mrs. Raidman Names Assistants for Party Chairmen for the Pioneer Women's organization latke party were named this week by Mrs. Pearl Raidman. who will be hostess at the Dec. 29th affair. Her assistants will be Mrs. A. M. Bear. Mrs. Anna Block and Mrs. Sadie K. Mincvich. The party, which will be given by club number one. will be held at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah. The club will celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund with a program Jan. 5. Mrs. J. Stadlin is chairman of arrangements. Gables Center Adop, Servicemen's Project Newest project of the rv i bles Jewish CmL.&gjj evening mack bar at IK ^ General hospital. W J J e g Sunday evening at a mJ^'S bythe^-oupa.HitS^ Mrs. I. Gerstenfeld i, „i, %  '->• of the committee USSF following relig iou servici ^ ducted by Rabbi Albe Mi^ Assisting the chairmi^ Mesdames Sidney Block nJl Klein. A Edgar" Mil?,N Rubin, Miltor. Rubin S Lewis, Henry Carver LeT? mg I.L.Kus S ner,BertS r S Gertrude Abramovitz Jl Abramovitz and Joseph BJ have donated funds for this w ect which is part of the ,2 servicemen program whir Center is taking over follow the close of the local Jew* 3 fare board—USO office. Jewish personnel and pati !" at the hospital are being invit, to dinners at th e home of m bers as part of the program Plans for the New Year's EJ Jamboree were announced Sidney Lewis, chairman of u, buffet supper and dance wind will be held at the Coral Gabl Woman's club. Herbert Cole be master of ceremonies. PatiaJ and personnel from the hoi will be guests. Guest speaker at the meetiq Sunday was Dr. Andrew W. Gott schall, Florid;, director of tl National Conference of Christiai and Jews, who emphasized ftneed for more education to cow bat inter-racial frictions. Sam Silver, president of ihel Center, was elected to represent! the organization on the board offl the Greater Miami Jewish Fed4 eration. VARIETY ART PARTY Under the direction of Louis Powesky, the Greater Miami Jewish Polk Chorus will stage a "Variety Ait Show" at 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening at the Beach Y. Zuni Maude, puppeteer, will be featured in the program of entei tainment. Admission will be 50 cents. r 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 FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES, NUMBERS & FACTS PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky dayi and numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take Bus to Door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 SDT Alumnae to Plan Overseas Relief Work Newly organized alumnae chapter of Siuma Delta Tau will hold a meeting at (1 p.m. Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Lela Glassborg. 1225 Lenox ave., to make plans for relief work and discuss the possibilities of sending clothing and food to the European countries. Members of the Sigma Delta Tau. visiting in this area, may contact Mrs Mabel Waller if they plan to attend the meeting. Sisterhood to See Selves In Technicolor Technicolor moving pictwi will be shown at the regutol meeting of Beth Jacob Sistc-j hood 8 p.m. Tuesday at the I auditorium. Mrs. Jack Hired), president, announces. The pit* I tures will be of the member-' ship tea held recently in the] home of Rabbi Moses Mcheloff. A program of entertainment has bean arranged. Final plans for the Dec. 17 Chanuka concert which will feature Jan Bart will be discussed. 10 IACES NiaHTU *AKY DOW" ,rt r t OO.N..LA5 t^jf From Mfi From i"""'" EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION ROUTES d 2nd St. •" Miami Transit buiiti leave corner of N. E'•'*"•„; Stanley Tou !" 15 minute.. starting at 6:S0 p.m. From MUml %  %  "V „, g p.m. J" First but leaves at 7 p.m. and at 20-minute '"'%""'! and 0fiWftj5 following; terminals: 14th St. and Collins Aye., r o = %  >• leave 0*, 71st St. and Collins Ave. Sportsman Bus rw ce A ",S parking tot.'^ Service Station, 7th St. and Collins Ave.. anaI %  %  d ive nwin St. and Coll.n. Ave.. at 7:05. 7:25 and ?:*> P--"or or ,„ to H" B.scayne Blvd. to 79th St.. left to N. E. zn ? s St.. or N. W. 7th Ave. and N. E. 2nd Ave. to 11



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L ittCEMBEB 6. W_ Ltnai B'rith to lin Sholem Ltfnai BTith will enter£il*n .embers of the orr„ T^cdav evening at Krad'vhen members of %  B ,, „ Women's chapters MlB skit, "Bigger fcSTEirf by Miss Ccanov.-ky. director of Hrk for the fifth district, Ks originally presented L district BBG convention ton the Program Tuesday LjU be the P rformance of her Morley's one act ••East of Eden." t on youth groups will be by Miss Donna FeldADAM AND EVE lOUOmiSSSSSS PAGE THREE program will follow eleclofficers by Sholem lodge. (Over is tHtsole presidenodidate. Mamches to Serve David As Cantor |Rev. Maurice Mamches will I his activities with Beth [Congregation at services ip.m. this evening. to of the Rev. Mamches as of the cantorial and departments of Beth fwas announced this week. rllmi •• served the Maml .' -h commumore tnnn 10 years and i affiliated with the conlory of music at the Uniy of Miami. r.tly cantor of the Miami Orthodox Congregation, ds Cantor A. S. FriedlBeth David. pice Home Group Pledge Lunch i of the pledge luncheon ; for March will concern of thi' Dade chapter, ions'. -'a Cardiac at heir • ng at 1:30 fafciscV ,•: ihc Beach Y. iertrude Lachs will preside. [journal committee will reits activities. A social |will follow the general hip met ling to which the !is invited. fibers of the board of direcconvene at 10:30 a.m. |Y. Adam and Eve will make their appearance at the meetina *ol Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening at Temple Israel when the B'nai B'rith Girls present Christopher Morley's one-ad comedy, "East of Eden." Starred in the cast are (1. to r.) Joyce Powell as Eve. Lorraine Kohlenberg as Cain, Terry Fishman as Adam and (seated) Myrna Levy as Cain's wife. era Guild of Miami Presents BOHEME." by Puccini pir> IUh.l3th-14th'ieth BER OF SEVILLE," by Rossini I !" *M Metropolitan Stan |"'ch 1st.3rd and 4th T,ck e< on Sale at C"'o S An >' 1 — E |a2 • %  K=l MR %  i [ 30^| "FTLJ "IT%  "* % % % %  %  £ ^ • noti i 9 Room 'B^ to 1 'ublicHB wffl HER CUISINE h '••' r*r UJA to Seek Local Aid In Record 1947 Drive Koestler's New Novel Slated for Review Arthur Koesiler's "Thieves In the Night" will be discussed by Mrs. I M. Wpin* ; T hursGreater Miami will be the first Jewish community to be aporoaehed by the United Ji Appeal following the announci •nent of the S170.000.0nn goal forl in ,he book review series c. the the 1947 UJA program for rescue, Mia mi Beach Women's division, %  -elief and rehabilitation work inj Europe and Palestine. UJA representatives will present a request for local funds at I i meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation budget com-1 mittee Monday evening. Herb Scher, budget chairman, will preside. Monday's session may conclude' the series of meetings at which r> c. ft,. % %  %  .. c:i_ the committee has been studying T See requests of local, national and overseas agencies day at the first _/ w ,... 3 vent American Jewish Congress. The affair, which will be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be attended by husbands cf the subscribers as special guests. The Koestler book is a novel describing present day Palestine, particularly the Jewish defense movement. IN THE MAIL November 27, 1946. Mr. Morris Klass, Exec. Director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 1002 Congress Building, Miami, Florida. Dear Mr. Klass: I have read your communication concerning the Mt. Sinai Hospital Sabbath. Jewish law permits the eating of non-kosher food only where such food will save a human lite. Since the majority of patients who would come to the Mt. Sinai hospital will not be in that classification I can in no way sanction the supplying of non-kosher food to patients in that hospital. Until such time as the hospital will definitely state that it will be equipped to supply kosher food to its patients, I cannot, according to Jewish law, help in its creation. The first "quick fact" which "i note is that "The Mt. Sinai hospital will be a non-sectarian al hospital operating under Jewish auspices." "Non-sectarian" to me means that it will be ready to serve people of all faiths and sects. If it cannot supply kosher food to the Orthodox Jew, it is not adequately non-sectarian from my point of view. I do hope that the rumors to !the effect that there will be a kosher kitchen in the Mt. Sinai i hospital are true and that such a ; kitchen will be set up in the Alton [ Road hospital. So soon as that becomes the policy of the hospital, I shall be eager to do everything within my power to help its establishment. Sincerely, MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi, cc to Jewish Floridian. December 2, 1946. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Congregation Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 39. Florida. Dear Rabbi Mescheloff: In reply to your communication of November 27th, I have just been informed that the trustees of Mt. Sinai hospital will be prepared to come out with a public statement regarding kosher food at Mt. Sinai hospital on December 15th. This statement will be presented by the president of the board of trustees at the breakfast meeting which will be held on Miami Beach that morning. The statement will govern the policies of Mt. Sinai hospital and will be of great interest to the community. Sincerely yours, MORRIS KLASS, Campaign Director, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Surprise entertainment will be featured at a meeting of the Emanon club Wednesday evening al the Miami Y, inq to Martin Rothschild, TOgtVn chairman. The movie, "The House I Live In." starring Frank Sinatra will Recommendations of the budget ] be featured at the weekly Fur. group for allocations will be subj Ft st thls afterno. mitted to the Federation board of Y at 3 P-". tr > • — wl directors for final approval. b c shown. Mrs. David Walterman will or_, :/.Q a children's rhythm band. Plans Two Sermons "Have We Earned a New Name?" will be Rabbi Moses j Mescheloff's topic at the Beth Jacob Friday night forum. 8:30 j p.m. this evening. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Death of a Patriarch" at adult services at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Bible class will be at 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman in charge. Mincha at 5 p.m. will be followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Cowen's Gift BOOK KEEPER-STENOGRAPHER Young. Refined Lady Seeking Employment. Hotel or Oltice. 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"^""*n iiimiiTilnBBWBf rffllfflPfliltiil di ft -l lU 'T' 1 ^^ Lgf, DECEMBER 6, 1946 ,C CHANGES RELIEF VY. TO AID SOS LLouis Gtasser, member of t-telinistrative committee of rrican Jewish Congress anfeTthat the M.ami Beach Cln's division is now cooperfc with the local SOS (supr* (or overseas survivors) colEL of which Mrs. Monte Se, is chairman. Instead of sendi bundles of clothing to the fir warehouse in New York, the fen is joining the local SOS fort. „ ,airman of the AJC collec. „ is Mrs Alexander Kogan. hothes will be picked up by Mrs. I j. Orbin, 49 Lenox ave. IAJC. which pioneered in sendL relief shipments to destitute Ere abroad during the war, is Spending certain administrative GJses of this activity, Rabbi Lng Miller, chairman of the Ifcutive committee, announced : week. Imminent dissolution of UNRRA greatly increase the re•jcsibilities of private relief agties, it was pointed out. ConUs has shipped abroad clothing Uued at over two and one-half pion dollars, food valued at |W,977 and medications worth J36.257 in the past few years. |Since several agencies operatdclusively in the field of Kef have established packaging id processii K machinery in the sited States, the AJC relief poly was altered, Mrs. Glasser %  ted. This action was taken in per to enable the AJC to dcf its resources to political and Btural rehabilitation of world kry. UNIVERSITY STUDENT REVEALS BETROTHAL The engagement v. Sonia %  Margoha and Le • I of Mr. and Ml G Mandell "3035 N.W. 26tl | by her parents, Mr and Mr !i.„ry MaiKoli.s 1824 s. W. Hit. •,, Mr. Mand.-ll was ,-,.,, nt'.v chared from the Army serving three and He attend* d '.'.' ge j' n New York. Prior to her entrai to the University of ?,: now a studei.t, Miss Margolis attended the Univer Illinois and was graduated from Miami High school. The wedding dat< not yet been set. BONIM TO MEET Behearsal the Habonim ltir 7 p.m. Sunday at the Beach %  ill precede the weekly meet|of the organization. Uss Miriam Feit was recently chairman of the group, e Zamir, Palestine delef Habonim, returned to p York Tuesday after spenda month here helping the hi Habor.in-. Mrs. Weinstein to Give Review In Hollywood Mrs. I. M. Weinstein of Miami will review Leland Stowe'i "While Time Remains" for the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community C< ntei Wednesday afternoon, This is the first in a series of reviews which Mrs. Weinstein will give for th t auxiliary. PAGE NINE TO PREACH ON NAMES "Do You Like' Your Name," a sermon on tin significance of names, will be delivered by Rabbi David Raab at Temple EmanuEl, Ft. Lauderdale, at 8 p.m. this evening. Rabbi Raab will be guest speaker over r tion WKAT 8:15 a.m. Sunday. He will speak on "In God We Trust." PASS BAR EXAMS Among the 37 mi n who passed the October examinations for admission to the Florida bar were Leo Sheiner. Miami, and Arthur D. Frlshman, Leonard Kalish. Marvin I.. Kimmel. Mark Silverstein. Philip Schiff, Jacob Schultz, Herbert S. S u piro and Albert II. Sapper.-U :n, Miami Beach. FOR KOSHER QUALITY MEALS VISIT PARAMOUNT "^T RESTAURANT Daily -4-9 P.M. Saturday—11-1:30 P.M. for Friday Evening and Saturday Noon by Reservations Only Kashmir, ,md Shaboth Observed Under the Strict Supervision of HERSKOVITS and GLAZER In Harrison Hotel — Koldair Cooled n sale at the Miami Y, 1567 S W Fifth St., and at the accommodation desk. Saks Fifth Avenue, 701 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach. STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Washington Ave. at 13th Street Air Conditioned Miami Beach KEVLIN HOTEL Collins Ave. at 13th St. MIAMI BEACH Our Kosher Dining Room It Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From^to 8 P.NL DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED PHONE 5-7688 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real I****^ JOB Lincoln RdListen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT NOW AVAILABLE HANUKKAH KITS AND DECORATIONS Have you been looking for Holiday Holiday materials for "• *K Brown-ups, for synagogues, for_ all centerpieces, plaques, silk s een Id "stained glass" windows, wall dec% %  „„ V In a specially prepared ca" logue you iillfinS graphic pre.SSToS the entire 1 ne w.th comS^BSSWHS. zzs*~s*~ NmeAddressGty "" PIM indie"* nsme of owani istion or iVnuo.u. if Uttmmt one -Zone-Suit• fl : *! >



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PAGE FOURTEEEN t-JelsHkrkllar FRIDAY y i? •• • i %  %  %  i %  I : ^CEMBEH Charm Forum to Air Women's Civic Activity "Should Women be Active In Civic Affairs?" will be the topic to bo discussed by the public speaking class of the National Council of Jewish Women's B'NAI B'RITH TAKES CENSUS OF STUDENTS WASHINGTON. D. C. — The B'nai B'rith Vocational Service bureau has begun its decennial census of Jewish college students. Questionnaires have been sent to, all institutions of higher educacharm forum. tion in the United States and Second in the forum series will Canada. B'nai B'rith Hillel units I be held today at 1:30 p m. at Ternare collaborating at the 142 col-! pie Beth Sholom. Mrs. Sydney L leges and universities where Weintraub will conduct the.class. there are Hillel Foundations or A class in make-up and a leeCounselorships. lure on "How to Conduct YourThe census seeks information sell at Public Meetings" will be on control, location, size and type given by Miss F Lenore of I of student body of each of about Coral Gables charm school. 1.500 institutions. Data are re-1 Tickets for the forum may be quested on total registration and obtained from Mrs. Edward L. Jewish enrollment by sex. as well rjowen, 533 47th st. Proceeds aid as for veterans, evening and gradth( council scholarship fund. HERBERT GETS MEDAL Harry. Herbert, representative Of the national Jewish Welfare board in the China-Burma-India theatre, has been awarded the medal of freedom, second highest award for war service conferred on civilians by the President uato students, and arts and sciences registrants. The questionnaire also provides for data on total and Jewish enrollments in each of 31 fields of study. The 1935 study showed that ol schi ols enrol], d 90 ]>' rcent the Jewish students. Jews r< presented ~>< percent of r e studi • t in dentistry, 25 percent in law. 22 percent i" phai inJewish students represent ill per acy, IT percent in commerce, 18 cent of American college students, per cenl in medicine, 14 per cent While there was one college stuin social work, 11 per cent in dent to every 110 persons in the veterinary medicine, 7 per cent in American population, American engineering, 3 per cent in educaJewry had one college student to tion, 2.5 p cent in agriculture, every 42 Eight percent of the l 6 per cent in military science I Herbert for a time was stationed in Miami as I'SO-JWB regional supervisor for the Southeast area. In the CB1 theater Herbert assisted in the organization of religious services and home.hospitality for Jewish Gis along the I.edo road. Early in 1946 he went to Shanghai to organize programs for GIs and refugees. The Sisterhood of Temple Emanu El and the Broward county chapter of B'nai B'rith Women recently collected 800 cans of food for the SOS (supplies for overseas survivors) drive. The two organizations sponsored a card party at which time admission was six cans of food per person. Chairmen of the drive were Mrs. Sidney Norman for B'nai B'rith and Mrs. E. Weinstein for the Sisterhood. Both organizations are now collecting clothing to be sent overseas. -ved. Mrs. ^ at, man ,,f the event H n spoke on Emotional Security in Children" before a recent meeting of Temple Beth El Sisterhood. Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late H. Gold took place Sunday with Rabbi M. Greenstein officiating. Mr. and Mrs. S. Simons arrivSoutheast Communities Praised By Heller "Southeastern communities arc d( veloping and strengthening their local Jewish communal organizations and successfully n eeting both the challenge of inils overseas and need for services at home," declared Isaac S. Heller, president of the southeasti rn region, Council of Jewish Fi lerations and Welfare Funds, in releasing the semi-annual report of regional activities and Set Vli es. Heller added, "our regional council is playing a vital role in servii g Jewish communal organizations in the southeast. More ai il more, communities wish to i their problems and they are developing a unique community-minded approach to the serious questions which face us in tl e local and national scene. Tin re is growing awareniss of strei gth in association." The report prepared by Sydney Jacobs, regional director, notes that campaigns this year have fully demonstrated the essential soundness of local communal ( rganizations and their ability to meet the challenge of unprecedented needs. With the majority of these campaigns over the ti p, the communities are concentrating on further organizational advances and the building of solid local programs. Jacobs comment! d, 'The communal organizations are clearly as.-uming responsibility for planning the social, educational aand cultural services toward an enrichment of Jewish community life." The Ci uncil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is an At a dinner in Fort Lauderdale Nov. 24, the Pompano Jewish Circle installed their officers for the current year. Taking the oath of office before the 25 guests \v< re Mrs. A. Hirschman, president; Dave Goldberg, vice president; Mrs. Florence David, secretary, and Mrs. Frances Goldberg, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tarler were honor guests, with Mr. Tarler serving as the guest speaker and Mrs. Tarler giving the oath of office to the appointees. The Broward county chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor a Chanuka card party Thursday at the Maxwell Arcade clubrooms. Among the events on the program will be a skit presented by pupils of the Temple Sunday school. Those participating will £:""'" %  ^ughteTA rreeman v, ,"* Nathan BriS ofl? man attended the •„, Mexico where 'tl Spanish. Mr.^Brtf? "' Temple unfoStJ member of the MarL' J|oned i„ the P acjfi ^ Freeman lsthtsj ster on thur Pitezlc and Sol Fn Among visitors in Foul derdale are Mrs. A Fu-w daught. r, Mrs. Dorothy New Yuiknty.Theyi Mr and Mrs. JuliusEpJJ Epstein was form.rlv £ Mrs. Abe Markowib returned from Jacksonvill she visited her son-in-U daughter Mr. and % Wolf... n. W^WYt!lV Rabbi Joseph E. Ra 1520 S. W. 5th! Phone 2-7439 rome LIB. 344JLJ 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" ed recently from Roxbury, Ma lat,on f 2, '~ member FederThey are staving at 414Vi Eighth ;,tl ns Welfare Funds and Jewit. Isn Community Councils. Stanley M IZELL-S I M O N MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. ley C. Myers of Miami is the national president. southwesu in regional offices are located at 411 Bienville st., New < >i leans. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. /vOGUST BROS fcv7 la f Hixr KT> la the BEST SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro (I ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ava. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Appnrel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami ^ WE OfFWAUK KPS£IIT m MAxmn of mint* JEWISH FlMRAl MNES Information Gladly fumulmd en fte^ueif SERVINC MIAMI BEACH-* MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MEMORIAL CHAP? 5-777! RIVERSIDE A M BULANCI SERVICE 123b Waslington An. Miami Beich TH08. M. BURHS. JRFuneral Director ABE EISENBERC. Trein*' 0 |a Mew fork: 76th St. and Ao.derd*m Aw MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building P hone w720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIHED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GHOUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth ^ c b ^ Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Sbei For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922jrjr^ *! %  C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. %  |W|II H %  PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHONE 9-2664 *— SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" cLfJ E. E. CARTER. Funeral Director "A Friend in Need" **s<%>S% %S t < S^e<) i IM ^ IW I^^WW^MWI X X i



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, l0 BANKERS long a nd short of Florrtate possess** a K developed resources ish. d products "^ Palm Beach (Copyri B ht. 1946, Sever "••"A^ Future Syndicate, PL4/iV TALK • FROM ALFRED SEGALPAGE FIFTEEN Lyention K'-$70 000.000 Goes Begf led tavitation to prospec t to s 0 consider Florid. r fnr their money, aprfte special convention tf the Investment Deal12 Lad te written by Mc[tSfpresidentofFl*. iT&Lighl company. E |, a profitable market RJdustrial .^.agricul^ducts, Smith points out. $.000,000 *' %  %  %  l" ca d e / Klivestock and allied m alone. Among other he cites y 'da'a yearly kior. of ST5.ono.000 in lumA elated material, much of f ;„, ..u. %  %  stfe for LL This leads naturally Tpossibilities of furniture 1 and pap< r mills within He, the natii n's richest congionof phosphate rock lo E. Florida and a $2,000,000 He processing plant going %  puiellas county, Smith adds fccomfor':; li room for adU phospl '• processors. fee, the stall offers bright Ids in many other fields, jthe manufacture of starch [sweet potatoes, the manuof building materials almetto roots, the processjcitrus, and the processing |ber, rangn g from tannage [manufacturing. the it. ms on which lis "lon^ a high degree iking effii -y enjoyed by ttuig peo| li Human efficim manufat Hiring has beI _.. important and Tefficiency, Smith reminds vestment bankers, is conpfcy the way men feel. He suits out tl at living condi|ind working conditions in 1 are excellent on a year| bast;, as %  < infracted with I health hazards in other I of the nation. REBECCA'S EGGS Wr^lTrK bee 1 b u ing a Q P h0t0 ^Phic por-rai. of Re becca. don t know that her nemo really is Rebecca, bu I qive her that name because i. has the sound o. music ou" d CHANUKA NEARS Chanuka. Jhe festival of lights, will begin Tuesday eveI ning, Dec. 17, and continue through Dec. 25. times. %  P^V 1 f ln f gS be ter hon Be,, y Iwe or Shirley Anne uch are the kind of names girls y %  1'le UK asay on girls names, though. 1 has much more to do lemons. I just can't make ml toi to Pale I sure, but I say they shall be egg thinj Whether they arc oral ges, rig, or lemons or eggs they are R< I 1 Hel Jet ; ca's toil and so what's the diff< ence whether they are oral lemons or eggs. I can fall in love with Rebecca; Lovely, sn il 1 !! %  As I at sight. She's.a fine-looking hulook at her %  fulfillman being strong, intelligent and ment ol thi Zi I idi in its handsome besides, Sh ( is the kind of young girl gentlemen d of marrying some day, 1 myself know nothing of thai I have been inveterately man long time. But enough of this phild ing. It's about time to tell how I came across Rebecca. She came to 1 Council Seeks' Immigration jamin E Bronston, Preai|of the Southern Florida p of the American Council naism has made public a at submitted to President S. Truman at a White meeting Nov. 26 with K J. Rosenwald, national Wt of the American Counr Judaism, and Sidney Wal|ecutive con mittee memcouncil representatives disI with the President the m of the displaced Jews of \ the Palestine problem Wrican help to the disf all faiths. The Council P"*n requested that the 'States adopt "as a mat' Nicy" all of the recomr 0 "s of tl,. Anglo-Ameri>omm.tt, ( of inquiry and l hfceralue American imps laws to help resetle "Ki Persoi.s of all faiths. [wganizatum of Americans Ph faith devoted to secur •T al nghts and responsibilP J* to All Your ESTATE PROBLEMS ^OEISENSTEIN "EALTOR 3 9 Lincoln Road MI AMI BEACH p hone 5-6479 UC "" %  >" Mi, m | B ,.eh purer form; er v k the fulfill] cal prom. ;. la i mey. Her %  :•• i to y in 1 litics, not by conti tical demands that tint;. SI %  mumental with The Histadrul | Rebec token, a pn du< t of its doing ii Yes, it has established 50 industi ial coopei al %  %  ying close to 1,500 v orkers. It v %  iting 150 industrial factories and workshops in agricultural collective settlements. In these 1,200 | sons were employed. Two I sand wi rki:.were en ployi 35 ther ned bj Hisiti ms, 11.-'.' Irul itives In Id l 11 *) per cent passenger and HO pei cei t of all 1 transi %  I in Palestim The traffic was 1 1 nti rrupted during tl e war. Under Histadrut jurisdiction there are 24 cooperative savings and loan associations with a membership of 28.000. with savings of ten million dollars, with capital and reserve of S750.000. Thu ves help thi i e nts a garden, pun JEWISH HOLIDAY KITS READY FOR CHANUKA Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bcrman, owners of The Judy Company, nators of Judy Puzzle In107 Third Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minn., have introa line of Jewish holiday itions which will be on the • t in time for Chanuka. T % %  kits are called "David's r Joyous Holidays," a name inthi !!• mai s' son, David, and will include a large varif dec rations for every feslewi.-h occasion. Nationally known designers manufacturers of educational toys for children, the Bcrmans directed a large share of new line to youngsters," in1 luding stained glass windows 1 wall plaques, meno: nd many others that require issors or paste. The holiday '.' ranges from a single package containing a variety of paste-up toys and decorations to dual centerpieces, placques, sdk screened stained glass winwall decorations, etc. The holiday kits will be manufactured under the name Happy's Inc. and will be produced to cov: every major Jewish festival throughout the year. Obituaries STEIN Mrs. Pantile M. Stein, o. nf 2249 S, W. 2Sth st., died Saturday, sito had maintained a home I" -Miami t~> years and lived part ol the time in Baal Liverpool, Ohio. Burvlvora include a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Gardner, Philadelphia; a son, Ralph Bteln, 1...S Angeles; a Bister and two brothers. Shi' was the widow Of JaCOD Bteln, The body was sent to Hast Liverpool for services and burial by the Gordon Funeral home, P-TA TO HOLD PARTY Annual bingo and card party of the Parent-Teachers association of South Beach Elementary school will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the school building. Refreshments will be served. The executive committee in charge of the affair consists of Mrs. Irving Matlin, president, and the Mesdames Murray Lazarus, Sol Savader, Edward Quartin, J. C. Strickland, Rose Zoller, Irwin Hinkes, John Gross, Maurice Bloom, Joseph Block. SjOUST BROS Rv/ is the nr.srf I WANT MY MILK Rebecca's conquest of Pales tine has been made by the joyous toil of the barnyard: To a living for herself and I munity by raising egg-giving chickens; to feel the pride achievement in her work SI added something to the richi Palestine. She can feel Ziomsn enough in this. A ZIONIST STATESMAN Yes, Rebecca is the supren e Zionist, a Zionist stati among the many politicians, inland her work are the concept ol Zionism held by many of us pnoi to the recent years' when inept politicians began to shout for ex53.2355 elusive Jewish statehood in alestine. This concept had nothii to do with making a fruit CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best care for chronic sick. con. vjlescent and elderly people. ^^Lirge Beautiful Grounds.^ Organization Mimeographing and Typewriting Service 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 22 or 5-6798 ing cooperative which employs thousands of workers at building houses, wharves, roads, airports and other industrial projects, Histadrut has an agricultural distribution system, which under the label "Tnuva," guarantees the merits of the things it distributes — m ilk, butter, eggs, e, vegetables, fruit and fish. the labels of Borden, Sealtest and Squibb in the United State,'. Ves, these are Rebecca and the Histadrut for you. Arabs can't get fighting mad at Rebecca and Irut who toil and whose toil no politics that Arabs can be afraid of as something icing to their pride. Their anger is for Zionist politicians— ,-are a lot of them among my —who have succeeded only in messing up the serenity in which Ribecca has been working by demanding Jewish sovnty in a Jewish state in Palestine. Rebecca has established the nobler sovereignty of gainful toil. May Cod bless Rebecca's work with plenty of big eggs next season. Estab. 1924 Aad Be Cur. Ifi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Products" Dacro Protes.rfd TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 82nd Street 4 Product* Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO, IK Phone 2-6U1 1715 M. W. 7th Avenue BEN E Keystone PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR • • • LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED E .tim... Che.rfuMy_0^_ Ask lor U. S. 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h-IEIlioipidliiaun WISH WEEKL 19-NUMBER 49 MIAMM^JLQRJD^ RIDAY DECEMBER 6 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS IA SETS $170,000,000 CAMPAIGN FOR 1947 [„jsis Invite Dewey To Address Local Rally %  aiding tht opening of the World Zionist Congress in /Switzerland, the Miami Beach Zionist district will stage a Ljlly <*• 8 Pm Monday at the Miami Beach Senior High 11420 Drexel ave. %  Thomas E. Dewey of New York, visiting Miami Beach in cfion with the national governors' conference, has been | to address the meeting. lack D. BurriB, president of the said yesterday. ecial program is being planned for the session to which xter Miami public is invited. nzmann Plea for Jewish State ATLANTIC CITY (WNS)—Moved by the impact of Jewish j needs in Europe and Palestine and by reports that increasing funds would be needed to succor and rehabilitate the Jewish survivors of Hitlerism, the national conference of the United Jewish Appeal, in session here, unanimously approved a resolution calling for a UJA quota of 3170,000,000 in 1947. The resolution was introduced by former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau. The delegates were buoyed by a report by Robert H. Nathan, prominent economist, that the United States would experience a record prosperity wave in the first six months of 1947 and that thtere was no evidence to suppi it reports of the development* 7 BETH DAVID GETS of a serious depression next year. Prior to this announcement by t!-o resolutions committee, head. (1 by Mr. Morgenthau, that it had reached a decision to set I S170.000.000 as the 1947 UJA goal, the conference was stirred by an address by Major General John H. Hilldring, Assistant Secretary of State. Private Agencies Must Help Declaring that neither the United States Army nor the proposed International Refugee Organization could be expected to ain was greeted with applause. Had the Anglo-American committee report on Palestine been adopted and had President Truman's request for the admission of 100,000 homeless Jews to Palestine been heeded, he said, "our ships would now be shuttling thousands of Jews to Palestine— to Palestine, not to Cyprus." Hopes Congress Will Act Secretary of War Robert R. Patterson, in an address at the Saturday evening session, told the 1,700 delegates that he favored %  ON (JTA)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann, in his keynote adlio the World Zionist Congress next Monday, will tell the government that it has the choice of either returning to ndate or retiring from Palestine after establishing a JewIB in an adequate area. prdina to close advisers of the head of the Zionist move-, "B-D DAY"-climactic point of _fc ffruzmann, who is now resting in Lugano, Switzer-jthe Beth. David building .fund lord working on the final draft of his address, will warn campaign—comes Sunday with 1 "1 that these two alternatives are the only possible solu-; about one-third of the S525.000 -**uons of the Palestine problem. L oa i already secured by the inThe Zionist Review, organ of [tial gifts division under the inization couia De expecieu 10 %  = .D •J j„„^i <,iA t n rvioot thp'the speedy admission into Palesneed^^p^d !" wVin>e o'fiojooo displaced Jews and Europe, General Hilldring warned the admission into the United against building -false illusions Sates of a limited number of displaced persons, as urged by President Truman. He said the "total number of authorized immigrants that effective assistance can be given the DPs by the military authorities and by international fdmine Kill: (Four Tommies pALEM 1 JTA)—A landnek blasted a military Ive miles west of Jerusalem led four British soldiers Sixth Airborne division, officially announced here. ie. which was filled with as electrically detonated. the attackers was capMiile. rumors continue P'lsh military headquarters [Middle East will eventuI transferred to Palestine, a denial by government f fl icer Richard Stubbs. It Mood that Field Marshal r Mont 8omery, in a talk m offjcers at Sarafand on >'. asked that the troops | tt e Jewish extremists in *• and on no account perr to Ie ave the country. RALEM (JTA)-The PalL We announced this week ,Der sons are under arrest a five-hour gun battle %  jeart of Jerusalem beJewish extremists and tr ops and police. r te the l.erceness h 'ch was aimed at the f' a in the center of the framing lhe there were only five f lts >d no deaths, f • 21, and f n 0SP lnc •" name was given lv r ,* ere slightly wounded !" U*s and a young Jew. el _, _2g v g|| be kindled" at the Zionist < ( OIIHIIU % %  tV Hospital needs in Greater Miami %  will be revealed during Mt. Sinai Hospital Day. which will mark tional responsibility and as a government we will continue to insist upon this position regardless of the failure of others to realize their responsibilities." This evident reference to Great Britthe displaced persons in Europe and focused the attention of the conference on the requirements of the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal. (Continued on Page 4) Observe Hospital Day Dec. 15 of the government five Aliza 4-year-old Center Prepares %  „ ;., MU Building Plans&—ft**~ the formal Planning for the new building posed 250-bed institution. which will house the Miami Beach Jewish Center at Washington aye. and 17th st. is nearing compleinc nmw £; ^'^eater Miami Results of the survey made by nr Jacob J Golub. director of the New York Hospital for Joint I and 17th st. is wwi" r 0 f .Diseases for the Greater Miami tion, Alfred Stone, chairman of DM • F tion wiU be made •h-.rrhltafitural committee, anJewish eeaen ^ ai threc P UD1 .. u„ hold simultaneKcnes'to be held simultanethe 'architectural committee nounced this week. Charles Greco, of Boston, who has designed a number of Amenou^ ^^ Joseph M can synagogues, has be£Work| On ^ ^^ RoSe ing on the plans. Supei^wry £ P n of th jr.nl at architect here w '' .^ ^n f he Royal Palm hotel, and Jack Anis. Zurwelle-Whittaker will O* !" *^ Jack B urris w.l serve as consulting engineeis. r harae of the session at J&SJK -* the air-conditioning. the Shei&orne %  --Lewis wiU be chairman of the meeting at the Alcazar Roof Garden in Miami. Mt Sinai Sabbath will be observed in local houses of worship on Dec. 14. It is expected that contributions pledged to the campaign up to Dec. 15 will be announced at the brunches. A public statement on kashrus at the proposed hospital will probably be presented at the brunches. (For additional statements on the kashrus issue, see page three.) Golub's survey on hospital requirements here is now being studied by trustees of Mt. Sinai. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the trustees, presented an advance copy of the study to the Dade County Medical society following his address at the society's annual meeting Tuesday night. "The new Mt. Sinai hospital represents a contribution by the Jewish community of Greater Miami, winter visitors and temporary residents to the health and welfare program of the entire community," Meyer stated. "It is intended to supplement the existing hospital facilities and to be operated as a non-sectarian institution as to patients and staff." Meyer will be host to representatives of the local press and radio at noon Wednesday in the Everglades hotel and will outline the campaign plans. On Sunday he will be interviewed by Mrs. Jane Fisher on her program over Station WGBS at 12:45 p.m. ~ I 1 i %  I t &f ') i U %  if



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PAGE SIXTEEN • JenistiHer idle! n FRIDAY. .1 i I j The Miami Beach Zionist District Is Proud To Reprint One Of The Most Significant Political Columns Of The Year Reprinted from the Miami Beach Evening Sun, Friday, Nov. 29. Bruun laim k Sunday Listen to INSIDE PALESTINE." Presented by the Miami Beach Zionist District of the Air. WKAT, 7:45 o'clock. /B y PAUL M. BRUUN •' "BRVL'N OVER MAM" IS HEARD NIGHTLY. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OVER RADIO STATION WKAT AT ttSO • Looking retrospectively at the chp.in of events involving the Jews in Europe during the past seven years, we wonder as to the kind of atomic power needed to shake world public opinion out of its apathy. The story of the greatest massacre in human history—the planned annihilation of 6,000,000 defenseless and innocent Jews in the Nazi gas chamber—was received by the world almost as if it was nothing more than a horror story, to be read and forgotten. What it meant in terms of millions of families destroyed, mil* lions of orphans, millions of broken, lonely men and women whose very life had lost all meaning, was passed over as "someone else's trouble." Following V-E day, a few hundred thousand Jews,' miraculously spared from the fate of their loved ones, 1 were herded into gloomy camps to await a proper solution of their problem by the powerful victors who had fought a war for the principles of freedom and human rights. Yet, even today, a year and a half after the end of that war, no action has yet been taken. No vision is there to eustain them, no powerful expression of governmental support upon which they can pin their hopes. Gradually there began a movement among those forsaken people. A few thousand of them succeeded in dragging themselves to Mediterranean ports where they boarded half-rotted vessels bound for the shores of the Promised Land. Here the third tragedy took place. The unauthorized pilgrims were declared "illegal immigrants." The fact many of them were women and children (435 out of the 835 on the ship "Haesrim Ushlosha ') and many of them bore tatooed numbers of death camps, received but passing mention here and there. They were forced onto warships for deportation to still another concentration camp on Cyprus. The unfortunates fought against tear gas, water hoses and armed troops. A number attempted to swim ashore. Their misery was indescribable. The world read the accounts and turned to the next page of its newspaper. All through this amazing and shocking page of history, world public opinion remained unmoved, and seemingly, ready to accept any argument or consideration which might justify inaction. "Therefore, the govern* ments in whose hands lay the solution of this problem felt free to pursue a policy of delays and postponement. In democratic countries like Great Britain and the United States, where public opinion is considered an im-. portant factor in the determination of policy, the responsibility for the present situaion falls squarely upon the public. The time has corns to put an end to this tragedy, and effect an immediate and just solution of the Palestine problem. Every enlightened reader knows that this socalled "Jewish Problem" is rightfully considered a Christian responsibility, for the very fact its solution lies in the hands of Christian governments. The time calls for courageous and thorough-goin>r decisions, carried out without hesitancy, so that the pitiful Jewish survivors in Europe may go to their internationallyassured homeland, Palestine, and live there as free citizens of a better world. Thank God there are some new lawmakers elected to Congress. Perhaps they will have the courage to do what their predecessors lacked the courage to do. The time for more words has passed. Enough useless words have already been spoken on this subject to have bridged every obstacle remaining in the paths of the world's most unfortunate. The Jews I know are ready and willing to pay all necessary costs of obtaining the required lands and transportation for these men-and-wome i-without-a-country. But their money and their voices are not enough. It is your voice and mine Christian America that will stir complacent world to action. Are you going to let a peaceful sleep be yours before you send telegrams to every representative and en ator in Washington? If you do, by your very inaction you are jeopardizing the freedom which today, we W •o richly enjoy. ACT NOW Application Blank: Please Enroll Me As A Member Ol The Miami Beach Zionist District. Zionist Organisation Of America. I Enclose Herewith Duea In The Amount of $10. Name Address Mall to 1677 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach



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PDAY DECEMBER 6. 1946 THEPEOPLEDFTHEBQOK JjtorislJkrkMaigi PAGE ELEVEN (Thi Flondia" on the third of a series of articles written the occasion of Jewish Book Month.) f< i The Je, S h BY ANDRE BIALOLENKI II has always been ielt by the lew that conduct is bettei inn r iiual, and that morality pays. This is implicit in all \h* edions of the Torah. It also implies a knowledge and r. miversal laws. The Haskalah movement in Russia was a iieslation of this animated love for law as recorded In this of the wise, ior Hebrew literature in the 18th and 19th expressed a humanistic and humanitarian spirit thai wide knowledge and great learning could encomcass. L a world that denied the Jew much, one thing it could not him was the satisfaction .of his thirst for knowledge jjce democracy, was and while the toy fcarnmg great leveli • made all men equal, the jm that was to be derived J|eaminKi>l:an and chief of the nttabolH clinic at Mt, Sinai hos'•" %  Vork. II,. was re• ently as a colonel from "my medical corps with serv %  : hief medical nt for the European he has lectured on the ; ,l/ % % %  Of r itriti n as found among recovered allied military and civilian prisoners in Europe. Dr. Pollack has written a book and many articles on nutrition and diabetes. The couple Will reside at 1120 Park ave„ New York city. i what lias always been meant by God, foi theidea of Ehad is %  ntwined with the myriad threads if the learning of Israel's prophets and sages. To be a Jewmeans to know the messianic ope. To be a Jew means to know. The spirit of the Jew is ethical and speculative. It is a hunger for knowledge and truth, without which the world will suffer and the Jew will d:e. LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I A ME COUNTT, FLORIDA No. 161)86 Re: Estate or JOHN W. CHESHIRE, deceased, NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE CHAno"m TWN KOK FLN Ar DIS NOTICIS Is hereby given thnt I have riled my rinaj report and petition for final Mischance as Executor of the %  •• %  ef JOHN W. CHESHIRE, de%  < i ea: and thnt on the IRth daj of ''"ember, 1948, will apply to the Honorable W. P. Hlnnton, Countv judge of Undo County, for approval r *nld final report and for final dls£"-7* M executor of the estate of lohn W. Cheshire. Thla min day of November. 1946 HUNDLEY II CHB8HTRB, As Executor of the estate t.v r ",' J nn w Cheshire. HA3I R. SILVER, Attorney for Executor. • 12/8-13-20 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HERMAN B VALET, at ISM S. W, •th Street, Mh,ml, Kin.. Intend to -r said name with the Clerk of the ( Ircult court of Made County, HERMAN KALER ..... ELINOR KALER SAM sn.vint. Atti J i v for Applicants. llnr. Congress Hidg. 11/29 12 J-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thtundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NEW ERA HYDROPONICS, at 3191 S W. 17th Street, Miami, Pin.. Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EM WARD SCHINI JACK N. WEST HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicants, Congress Hide. 11'29 12-6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OCEAN BLUE HOTEL at 334 Ocenn Drive. Miami Rench, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk %  f the circuit Court of Dade County. I • ,1, JOSEPH W. GELFMAN BESSIE OELFMAN BAMUE1 RUBIN, Atorney for Applicants. !-29 12/fi-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring lo em • b islness under the flctli loua nan CRAV1B RESTAURANT, at 1624-21 Alton Road, Miami 11, a h, Fin I lend register *ald na tne with he i llt-rii of the Circuit Court i,f Dade County, Florida MORRIS CRAVIS, ETHEL CRAVIS. Co-Owni i SAMUEL RUBIN, Attorney for Applicants 20-27 %  3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that indei gned, desiring to engage In %  the fictitious name of LITTLE RIVER LIQUOR STORE, at 7932 N. K Second Avenue Miami, i-.:i utends to register wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ounty, Florida. SAMUEL SILVERRLATT. Owner. SAM SILVER, Ml met for Applicant. U '13-22-29 12/8-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engugi In buxlni • the fictitious name i ROSE RAINBOW KOSHER RE8TAUR INT, al r %  %  O Ulna Avi Miami Fla Inti i d to registi r Bald with the Clerk % %  < the Circuit Ciunty, Flw Ida. ROSE KOSHER RESTAURANT, INC., a Floi SAM KHE.MISH, l' % %  • • SAMUEL GOTTFRIED, See MILT' IN FRIED.M IN Attorne; I Vppl %  •' 12, 6-13-21 -21 : 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CALVERT CLEANERS, at 6109 N. W. \vc, Miami, Fla,, Intends to • r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATHAN SCHREIBER. Sole Owner. MAN P. SILVER, Attorney for Applicant. 1! 25 29 I! f.-13-20 LEONARD A. LEVINE, Pres. IRVING BLASBERG, Treos. WITH DIGNITY ^ AND RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service 5-5844 .1 nhmtttit outfit* '850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH g. V. VILSON NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that the underrlened. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HIM STREAM APPAREL, at 87 N. E First Street. Miami, Fla.. Intend 10 register said name with the Clerk ol ih" Circuit Court of Dade County, HAROLD S METERS AL ROEMER BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Applicants. 11 8-15-22-29 12/6 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 13658 Re: Estate of ELMER J. BLENIS. deceased. .. ._., NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCI I VRGE. ...... N( ITICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Flnal Discharge as Administrator of the estate ol ELMER .1. BLENIS, do. a Bed; and that on the 11th day of December, 146, will apply to the Honorable \V. P. Blanton. County Judge of Made County. Florida, for ipproval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the estate of Elmer J. Blenla, deThls' 20th day of N'overrlver. 1916. WILLIAM GEERY Administrator. MAX R. SILVER, Attornev for Administrator. 11/22-29 12/6-13-20 IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR MADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 1SS4 In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEYERBON. nlso known as SOPHIE MEYRISOX. deceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FI/>RIDA: To All Pei-sons Interested In tne Ftate of S'nld Decedent: You are hereby notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said l ,,,.,|.nt has been admitted to probate In said Court. You are hereby com m a n d e d within six calendar month" from the date of the first .Plication of this notice to appear n said Court and show cause if any VOV I COT, Why the action of said Court In 'admitting said will to probate should not stand unrevoked. (Coutv^C*urt^n County Judge. By JENNIE U R LANTON clerk GEORGE CHERTKOP, Attorney. 11/15-22-29 12/6 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEANING COMPANY, at 344 N. W. 2nd Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florldn. HARRY KAHN Sole Owner. 11/1.-.-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BUN RAY BPORTSWEAR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, at 2163 N. W. Seventh Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade Uounty, Florida. IRVING BIRNBERG HARRY MILDNER. Partners. LESTER LA SKY, Attorney for Applicants. 1105 Congress Bldg. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of COLIJNS FISH MARKET, at 604 Collins Avenue Mlnml Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. AL RENNERT HARRY EDELMAN SOLOMON BRAUNSTEIN Partners. HERMAN M. BERK, Attorney for Applicants. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business nnder the fictitious name of BELL PAINTING AND DECORATING CO.. at 2613 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Fla.. Intend to register said nnme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING GERSTENFELD BARNETT BI/)OM JOSEPH SARDEIi,A SAM SILVER 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 8. W. Fourth Are.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Qounty, Florida. JACK FRANK ISAAC FRANK ALLAN CHAYKIN ALBERT OPPEN7IEIM VON ZAMFT & VON ZAMFT. Attorneys for Applicants 272 W. Flagler St. 11/8-15-22-29 12/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AIRCRAFT INN, at 4427 N. W. 86th S't.. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said nnme with the Clerk of tfie Circuit Court of Dnde County. Florida. NABER, INC. ISAAC JOPFE. Attorney for Applicant. 11/8-15-22-29 12/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WINDSOR BEER DISTRIBUTORS, at 2049 N. Mlnml An. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. ROBERT KNOBEL. Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18384 In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINOW1TZ, also known as SOPHIE MEYERSO.N. also known as SOI'HIE MEYR1SON. deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may hnve against the estate of Sophie Rablnowltz, also known as Sophie Meyerson also known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. county Judge of Dade County, arid 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. Sndil clnlms or demands to contain tho legnl address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 pf the 1933 Probate Act. Date, November 12, A.D. 1946. GEORGE CMERTKOP As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Sophie Rablnowltz, nlso known as Sophie Meyerson, also known as Sophie Meyrlson, deceased. GEORGE OHERTKOF, Attorney for Estate. 11/15-22-29 12/6 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 17055 Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED, decensod. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. .. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for Final Dlsrhnrge as Ex ecu trix of the estate of DAVID K. REED, deceased: and that on the 23rd day pf December, 1946, will apply to the Hon. W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of David K. Reed, deceased. This 18th day of November. 1946. ESTHER K. REED. Executrix of the Estate Of David K. Reed, deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Executrix. 11/22-29 12/6-18 -> • %  1.4 ,* i



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I Rnfl H ffTfTll'MgpMgBpPMBBBBlPaMI^B L D ECEMBER_6j94i Lltade Director Less ARC Meeting l annual meeting of the f niv chpt er American fcbcrs w,„ hear W fee* 5 At,ant8 Ga K postwar job of the l Rc d Cross. The meeting F. DJ „. Tuesday in the t room of the McAllister I formerly executive \ti the Dud,county cnapt service overseaa during L m Africa, Italy and [where he supervised disL of Red Cross supplies fcvilian populations of sev, ,he war ravaged counl several shipments were j producer! by the womlade County. rf E. Mangels, chapter L, w jll preside. Reports Kork this past year of the kapter will be given and tied annual report will be Led The meeting is open fpersons in Dade County bntributed SI or more to I Cross this year. Names board numbers to be [will be presented by the L of the nominating comfc, Gordon Anderson. Miami Zionists Seek 1.000 New Members One thousand new members |s the goal for the Miami Zionist s membership campaign, according to Burnett Roth, president. The group wili contact organations in this district in order to bring them the importance of increasing relief to the Jews of Europe, he said. Jerome Weinkle has been chosen membership chairman. PAGE THIRTEEN BEACH GIRL WEDS IN NEW YORK CITY Miss Ethel Geringcr became the bride of Henry S. Levinson, son (,f Mr. and Mrs. Selig J. Levinson, New York, in a ceremony at T< mple Zion, New York, Nov. 27. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 N. Michigan ave., Mami Beach. Mrs. David Sheketoff, New 'Haven, Conn., formerly of Miami | Beach, attended the bride. The idcgroom's brother, Irving, served as best man. Guests who went North to attend the wedding were the : Temple Beth SI* r -: "' y mother and brother, IrvSisterhood ar e looking forL ng i, Mr und Mrs David Mermer, Two Events Highlight Month for Sisterhood Harry Straus is president of the Gables Racing association which holds forth annually at Tropical Park, where the long winter Florida racing season of 120 days was inaugurated on Monday. The Baltimorean has just put his okay on the plant after a brief inspection tour. |to Cuba, Party llel Calendar jitir.gent of University of fnillel students will fly to kc. 21 for a three day visit. lull be entertained by the [roup at the University of J Hillel members will be JtaChanuka party Dec. 18 • Miami Beach chapter of fcrith Women at the Hilkt A student program, inline kindling of the lights, knging and a performance I Eternal Ligl t radio script, iMaccabie.." will be feaHillel Plans Services Weekly religious services at the Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., for University of Miami students and visitors will begin this evening, Marilyn Soeoloff, religious chairman, announced this week. The service will be conducted by a different University sorority or fraternity each week. Musical selections will be included. DANCE CANCELLED Cancellation of the dinner dance scheduled for Dec. 4 by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge was announced this week by Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary, Money for tickets previously purchased has been refunded, he said. ward to a busy month wit:; two listed for DecemThe first cii these is a memberwhich Mrs. David Harris w ill give at the Cadillac hotel 1 : admission will be a new member brought I y an old membi.. Reservations must be in tomorrow, and may lling Miss Amdur at the T< mple office. Mrs. Irving Marcus, memberIp chairman, is in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mis. Ed.: %  :. er, Mrs. Maurice Kamm, Mrs. George Talianoff and Mrs. Harold Turk. A comedy skit presented by members of the S terhood will entertain the I group following luncheon. N • %  • .vent on the Sisterhood calendar for this month is a • -talent fashion show scheduled for the evening Dec. 18 at the Temple. This show will be a culmination of the summer book irother and sister-in-law of the bride, all of Miami Beach, and the bride's brother and sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Geringer, Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Levinson attended City College of New York and was employed in Miami by the War department. A graduate of New York university, Mr. Levinson served as a radar officer in the Army air forces and was recently stationed in Tokyo. The newlyweds will make their home in Astoria, L.I., after a honeymoon in Atlantic City. University Concerts to Star Miss Antoine Brownie Troop Invests Nine New Members Nine girls became members of the newly formed Brownie Troop 151 at investiture services held at the home of Mrs. Sidney Leffourt, 111 S. W. 30th rd., last Wednesday. They are Roberta Berman, Joy Davidson, Carol Hertz, Barbara Lefcourt, Barbara Safer, Ruth Schlansky, Susan Schemer, Judy Sterling and Carlye Stone. The troop is sponsored by the Miami Service league whose scouting chairman is Mrs. Bernie Sterling. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. Milton Stone, Mrs. Lefcourt, Mrs. Milton Sacks and Mrs. Harry Hertz, all of whom have completed a leadership training course. Future activities of the troop will be a wiener roast at the end of this month and a father and daughter Valentine's Day party in February. Milton Stone, Sidney Lefcourt, Milton Sacks and Bernie Sterling will assist the girls at their December event. Meetings are held at the Lefcourt home from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays. The girls take turns at being hostess and historian each week. Training to become Brownies are Gail Apner, Barbara Cohen, Linda Herman, Susan Wieder, Carol Lee Greenberg and Helen Kessler. Membership is open to girls between the ages of 7 and 9. Josephine Antoine, American coloratura soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, will appear as soloist with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra, conducted by Modesto Alloo, Sunday n jr t. Mi mbers of the organiza-| at 4;3 o pm and Monday at 8:30 tion will model clothes f rom I p m in tne Miami Senior High and fur fashions from School auditorium. Alexander's Furs. In six years Miss Antoine rose Mrs, Emanuel Goldstrich and I from classroom to the role of Mrs. Edward L. Cowen are writprima donna in the greatest opera ing the script for the fashion! house in the world. She was disshow. The public is invited. covered by Maestro Artur Bodansky, auditioned by Gatti-Casazza, signed to a contract by the late Herbert Witherspoon and presented at the Metropolitan by the present general manager, Edward Johnson. She has sung every season at the Metropolitan Oper a since her debut, and has never been cast in a secondary role. In eight years she has sung more than 800 performances in opera, concert and radio. WE MARCHED ON D-DAY FOR VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACYl WE MARCH ON B-D DAY FOR VICTORY FOR BETH DAVID! Sunday, Dec. 8th IS LOYAL MEMBERS OF BETH DAVID WILL BUILD A NEW SYNAGOGUE AND TALMUD TORAH AT CORAL WAY BETWEEN 26th and 27th ROADS • WE SHALL REMEMBER Beth David Day As A Milestone In Building Of A Greater Beth David! Si! ;.:



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DECEMBER 6, 1946 )AY ^ Y Ballot Lists 'Candidates %  f'tn ,, th e names were S Tuesday night, II n r""' the Miami Y had been P Jit.. f'H four offlces and fe^n board o! directors. tard K.nl.n incumbent; E. triad outgoing Plf'df" 1 f r. lodfif. B'nai B'nth, and ^odtan. FloriddepartI Dt commando,of the Jewish If Veterans. LinaUd for vice president Kirman of the board were [ R Silver. Sam Seithn and teen Fi r secretary, Sam ifln. David Stuzin and Al ReisLfor treasurer, Dave Brown, ne Weiss, David Stuzin and hreeo!Ithe : ""Wing are to be three-year board memm-NatGans, Henry Jacobson, L. Schwartz, George Rachlin, KtAptf. J'"' Bermann, Philip Ekow*zNal Blumberg, Joe .•is and Sam Seitlin. Bixtv-fouicandidate! were ninalcd for the 27 one-year prd membersl ips. Actions will he held Jan. 8. Lipton Entertains iIO Dance Committee In. Joseph M. Lipton was reat a buffet lunch( a ttended by the committee r.:ng the annual dinner dance i held Jan. 5 at the Copa Cai for the I enefit of the SenHadassah medical organizaicse present were the MesA. Goodman, Alex Van naten. David Sernaker, Joseph Harrison. Mux Meisel, Philip lirth, Samuel Lipton, S. A. r Lelchuk, M. R. :..-. Louis Heiman and Edi Roth. M. Lipton, Mrs. 1 Friedland and Mrs. Wilton are taking reservations MASADA VOTES BROAD PROGRAM FOR 1947 Outdistanced only by the lone Los Angeles delegate, foui Miami Masada members covered the longest mileage of the 200 delegates to attend the 12th annual Masada national convention at Washington over Thanksgiving Day weekend. It^tporldlan PAGE SEVEN HONORED BY AUXILIARY The Miami delegation, headed by Harvey Sootin. included Al Curzon, Saul Genet and Abe Weiss. Convention delegates voted to raise an expansion fund of $5.000! for 1947, to issue the "Young Ziontat" magazine four tunes next year in conjunction with Junior! Hadassah. to help establ B r a n d e i s leadership training camps in each of the six Zionist districts. Jewish National Fund will reyi Ta i„„„ k D ceive $25,000 from Masada which itV*, 1 !"! l nght) WQS honored b Y ** Miami has adopted the project of plantBeacn Womon s Auxiliary to the Jewish Home lor the Aged at ing a memorial grove in Freedom' ,ne conclusion of the organization's summer book project reForest as tribute to Jewish war cently. Shown with Mrs. Becker are Mrs. Sarah Greenberg, dead of World War II. Mrs. Benjamin Feld, co-chairman of the project, and Mrs. BenMasada Sabbath services were ; iomin Appel. chairman. The S4.200 raised in the project will conducted in S ynag,,gues throughhelp finance construction of the addition to the Home. out Washington with Abe Weiss of Miami Beach chanting the Musaph service at Congregation Agudath Achim. BTTO INSTALL CAL CHAPTER p:.a Omega chapter of Zeta Tau. tenth national social on the University of N campus, will be formally Wed tomorrow night at the Isle hot.!. Miami Beach. iwbert Sterner, past national Undent, will present the char'toJanu> X. Kahn, president [the local chapter, which is the i active ZBT group. [Members of the new chapter, i per cer.t of them World War [Werar.s, are Ronald Ager, Edjhjtzman, Milton Mamber, m Green, Martin GreenIrving M. Ellis, Jr., Dick *nbaurr, Fred Cornfield, Art and Richard Greenbaum. pta Beta Tau, oldest and larg"< social coUege fraternity of Ish students, has chapters wghout the United States and Ma. Service Bureau Seeks Room for Mother, Son It's more than a month now since The Jewish Floridian printed a request from the Jewish Social Service bureau for a room for a woman and her 7-year-old son who had been sleeping in bus stations. And the woman is still in need of inexpensive housing. In reiterating the request of Oct. 25, Charles Cohen, executive director of JSSB. reported that the woman has an inadequate room which rents for $125 a month. The bureau, unable to underwrite so great an expense, is trying to locate a reasonably priced room with cooking privilege the home of a private family. JSSB will guarantee the financing. The woman is skilled in handPlan Chanuka Program A Chanuka program featuring its own glee club will be presented by the ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls Sunday evening, Dec. 15. Miss Marjorie Miller. work and will go to work as soon J president announces. The pubas she can get her housing probGuest Rabbi to Speak i Lecture, Films to Show On Aged Home Program Story of Palestine Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff, of Brooklyn, will be guest speaker Two films on Palestine, "They Live Again" and 'Builders of a d ,v even n^ \ RTW^ J""" Nati n '" wi hi hli 8 ht tht m0nth ^ y .Z Ve TJ/ { thc JeWi8h Homc ly meeting of the Kadimah chaply ter. ing Pioneer Women's chap organizafor the Aged. wmt 5TT' P an f'I tion, 8 p.m. Thursday at the Beth Will accompany Mrs. Noness, who ,-,„„;,, .,„,;,„..;..~ will present several vocal selections. Max Azar will give recitations. The program is one of a scries of entertainments presented for residents and friends of the Home. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Rifas will be hosts in honor of the recent BarMitzva of their son, Earle V. Rifas. lem settled," Cohen stated, adding that the youngster is away at school during the day would not be troublesome. ic is invited. At a recent meeting held at the home of Miss Jo Ann Shier, and I the girls heard a talk on hair I styling by J. Baldi. winner of a local hairdressers' contest. David auditorium. Miss Elsa Temple of Palestine will speak on "Palestine—Problem and Promise." The meeting is open to the public since the program is part of a series of films and lectures on "The Contemporary Jewish Scene" sponsored by a number of Miami Jewish organizations. Levitan to Describe Origins of Modern Law Abraham Levitan, of Miami Beach, author and translator, will lecture on the "Biblical Origins it Modern Criminal Law" at the Miami Y at 8 p.m. Monday. His talk will conclude the series of lectures at the Y which were part of the program of Jewish education and culture sponsored by a number of Miami organizations. Mr. Levitan has been a member of the New Jersey bar for over 35 years. A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on "Trends in Modern Jewish Life," 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the School for Jewish Women, Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler st. Final lecture at the school will be Tuesday, Dec. 17. PLAN LATKE PARTY Sunday, Dec. 22, will be latke night for the Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The organization, under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. Solinger and Mrs. E. Sands, will sponsor a Chanuka latke card party at the Talmud Torah that evening. Proceeds will help maintain the Sunday and Hebrew schools. Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings I Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN Dr. Stanley C. Wasman VETERINARIAN I bounces the Opening of THE NEW •ami Beach Animal Hospital l^l mdv Av nue th St. and the Bay "nu Beach, Florida 9:30-12 and 1-4:30 %  An d by Appointment Telephone 5-5283 .Collin ou^ 9 Ga rment I^dnes Clean Mfgrs., —en. Tailors Dressmakers! BUTTONS HP!? ROOM SUPNFrm HANGERS PINS^LES. SCISSORS. SHEARS Phone 2-5590 5JWWWJH.TOO. ^W. Flaglep Street Over 21 Social Group Schedules First Dance First annual dance of the "Over 21" social group will be held 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Blackstone hotel. Music will be furnished by Michael Marvin and his orchestra. Tickets may be obtained at the door. "Too young to belong to the older set, but still too old to belong to the teen age set" is the motto of the young men and women who comprise the newlyorganized group. Meetings are held the first and thud Thursday of each month at the Beach Y. Officers are Miss Norma Green, president; Dan Becker, vice president; Miss Dorothy Krupat, secretary; Dave Rappaport, treasurer. FURNISHED ROOM WANTED By Single Gentleman Employed at 36th St. Airport MUST BE REASONABLE N. E. or N. W. Section Preferred Mr. J. F.. care of Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973 for REST CONVALESCERCI •JGUJOMCCASH TTLiximi ISun-RayPark LealthResort !*>' i •ooaun Physio Therapy NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE Diet, Spinal Manipulations. WELL Etc. Formerly Mattera Colon Irrigation, HELP NATURE MAKE YOU HEALTH CLINIC Bldg. Phone 3-3435 PALM A Health Clinic, 318 Seybold STRICTLY 1 W MEAT MARKET 230 N. 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PAGE TWO +JeHlstFk>rl(ltor JE2L25**! .: il %  il Personally Speaking Awarded a fellowship to study at the Yale university Neuro-Psychiatric institute. Miss Bernice Panetz is looking forward to entering the Yale graduate school in June. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Panetz. 1540 S. W. Sixth St., she recently returned from Florida Southern college, Lakeland, and is now teaching at Shenandoah school Mrs. John Kronenfeld and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle will entertain at a luncheon in Jean's Studio Inn Saturday for Miss Miriam Shaff, bride-elect of Milton Weinkle. Guests will include Miss Shaff's bridal attendants Mrs. Irving Cooperman and son, Michael Lee, returned to their home in Buffalo, N. Y., last week after spending a month here with Mrs. Cooperman's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Malek, 1561 Lenox ave. Miss Zelda Symans, senior at the University of Georgia, has been elected president of the campus chapter of Hillel. Secretary-treasurer of the Eastern Hillel conferences, she is a majorette with the university band. Miss Symans is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Symans, 1214 S. W. 13th st. I F. E. Stern, winter visitor from Baltimore. Md., is stopping at 1866 N. Bayshore dr., his usual [ "headquarters" Miss Elaine Slepian left last night for Gainesville where she will attend the 'Tall Frolics." She will return to Miami Sunday Henry For The Best Hand Made Chocolates Created By The House of GIRARD CANDIED FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) RF.UF.MBRASCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE PARCEL POST FROM COAST TO COAST 10 & 12 S. L Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power &. Light Co. Bulbin is back from a fourweek trip north Cantor Louis D. Feder of Congregation Beth Jajcob is in Brooklyn, N. Y., where he attended the funeral of his father who passed away Monday. Cantor Feder will return to Mi! ami next week Rabbi Moses Mescheloff returned Wednesday after a short visit to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. I. Rubin, 1890 S. W. 21st St., celebrated their 29th wedding anniversary on Tuesday Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of B'nai ; B'rith Sholem lodge, will display 11 abstractions at the jOpen Air exhibition which will I be held from Dec. 9 to 15 at Bayfront park Mrs. Sigmond Schaefler, 7710 Abbott ave., is convalescing at home after her recent operation. Melvin Altman, son of Mrs. Mona Altman, 7710 Abbott ave., celebrated his 31st birthday last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rapee and family have moved from their home on Harding ave. and are now living in their new home at 1191 Everglades concourse. They are the son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Altman After vacationing in Cleveland, Ohio, Marvin Nashkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nashkin, 7710 Abbott ave., returned Tuesday Visiting Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach, 3426 Prairie ave., are Mrs. Shevach's brother and his French bride, Capt. and Mrs. Emanuel Ress. They recently arrived from France where Capt. Ress has been on military duty. Dr. and Mrs. Shevach returned last week after a short visit to Chicago. Gail Glickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickman, 1553 Meridian ave., celebrated her third birthday Tuesday. Miss Amy Adelson was honored at a welcome home party Nov. 28 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Adelson, 811 Jefferson ave. Miss Adelson returned after five and one-half years of nursing train((CONTINUEO ON PACE 8) Miss Richter Names Attendants for Sunday The marriage "f M>ss Shirley Richter to Richard M. Bronncr will take place 3 p.m. Sunday at the Robert Richter hotel. The hiide-to-bc is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter. 4666 N. Bay id., and Mr. Bronner is the gori Of Mrs Marvin Bronner, 2661 Collins ave. A reception for the couple will precede the ceremony. Later a dinner will be held at the hotel for members of the family. Miss Richter will be attended by two matrons of honor. Mrs. Louis Snctman. the bridegroom's i sister, and Mrs. Danny Richter. sister-in-law to the bride. The Misses Marjorie Berman and Arline White will be the brides! maids. Mr. Bronner's brothers. Robert and Henry, will attend him. Ushers will be Alvin and Danny Richter, Al Givett and Louis Snetman. The couple will return to Miami Beach after a honeymoon trip to Havana and Vera Bera. Cuba. 2 EVENTS TO HONOR MARSHALL PEPPER Two affairs this weekend will honor Marshall Alan Pepper, whose Bar Mitzva will be celebrated at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Saturday morning. His parents. Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, will be hosts at kiddush following the services tomorrow at the synagogue. They will also hold a reception for relatives and friends at their home. 2101 S. W. 17th St.. from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High school, Marshall is the grandson of A. Pepper and of Mrs. M. Silberstein. Miss Shier to be June Br Parents Plan Receptm One of the first prospective brides to reveal ni wedding is Miss Edith Shier, who will be ma f l Applebaum on June 8 at Beth David congregation Miss Shier's engagement is announced bv h and Mrs. Henry Shier, who will be hosts at a rT POt couple from 3 till 5 p.m. Sunday. Dec 22 at tll^l S. W. 21st ter. No invitations are beina ^_T n 0 me J a < 'he tjJ are being sent Fri relatives will be welcomed. Miss Shier and her fiance are both seniors of Miami. Sunday school teachers at Beth David and members of the University Psychology club. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, the bride-elect attended Western Reserve university in Cleveland. A staff member of the University Hurricane and Ibis, student newspaper and yearbook, she is a member of Lead and Ink, honorary journal^^ ,*** ism fraternity, and an associate member of Mu Beta Sigma, Miam 1 biological society. *^^^ /' A drum majorette at the university for the past three years, she has done special service work for the USO and Red Cross for four years. She is advisor to the ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls. Son of Mrs. Marie Appelbaum, 1715 S. W. 23rd ter., Mr. Appelbaum is a veteran of four years' service with the Navy. He was discharged with the rank of lieutenant (jg) after serving in the Pacific area for two years. A graduate of Miami Beach Senior high, he attended the University of Florida for two years: affiliated with the F cluB Alligator newspaper, the Buj and Economics college pap the Intramural staff. CIRCLE TO CELEBRATE POET'S JUBILEE Celebration of the 70th jubilee -if Poet Abraham Raisin will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday evening at the Miami Y by the Workmen's Circle Vladeck Branch 699 and the Ladies' club. A program of Raisin's songs and other writings will be presented. M. Gleberman. teacher for the Workmen's Circle school, will be the main speaker. Other participants will be Harry Rose, Harry Greenberg and Mrs. Celia Teitlebaum. The public is invited. r 7 / v,irncoLn L "* co*oifNM>ro £ *SI ilNCCXN RQAD MIAMI W" LARGE DOUBLE ROOM TWIN BEDS Convenient Transportation Gentlemen Only Telephone 2-9638 % urduieS SunsAJu 'fasAio/u Store hours, 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 NUTONE 2-DOOR CHIME NuTone "Commander," a joy to hear when callers come! Sounds two notes for front door, one for rear. White and chrome. $5.95 MIAMI STORE. MINOR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. 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PAGE TWELVE Jewish flcriJiairl FRIDAY. MEMBER i '•> %  "Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. DIPLOMATIC NOTES: Very few people know that British Foreign Secretary Bevin absented himself from the meeting of the "Big Three" Foreign Ministers one day last week to see President Truman to discuss the Palestine issue. Bevin also met with Judge Proskauor, president of the American Jewish Committee, and had a lengthy discussion with him on Palestine Zionist leaders, including David Ben Gurion, wore aware of the Bevin-Proskauer meeting since the leader of the American Jewish committee revealed to them in advance that such a meeting was to take place. It can now be revealed that during his talks with Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, the British Foreign secretary was especially anxious to impress upon the American Zionist leader the importance of Jewish participation in the London conference on Palestine which is to be resumed after the World Zionist Congress It can also In' revealed that Bin Gurion indicated to Bevin through a third person that if he wanted to meet with him, he would have to see him by a certain date Ben Gurion left New York for Europe wit:.nit seeing Bevin. In all tlie meetings between Bevin and Jewish leaders in New York, David Dubinsky, pri of the International Ladies Gar ment Workers Union, played a very important role. The scheduled talks >n Palestine between Bevin and Secretary of State anxiously watching the outcome Byrnes arc now taking place in Now York and Jewish leaders are of these talks In the meantime, Zionist leaders learned that Byrnes is not too friendly to the Jewish position. He is stated to have indicated in private talks that it would be best for the displaced Jews if they were repatriated to their native lands. A more friendly view is held by Dean Acheson. under-Secretary of State, but his influence with regard to the Palestine issue has now been greatly reduced. • • • DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: American Jewish Conference' leaders are seriously discussing the fate of the Conference. S. me Of these leaders are of the opinion that the Conference can bi come a p. rman< nt over-all representative body of American Jewry wltl lit interfering with tie Jewish agencies conducting relief activit i ovi ra as or civic protective work within the United States. Some are oven flirting with the idea of inviting the American Jewish Committee to rejoin the ranks of the Ami rican Jewi.-h Conference. Th< ambition of these leaders is to see the C< Mi rence e only central body speaking and acting on behalf of American Jewry on matters concerning Jews in this country and abroad. As to agencies such as the Joint Distribution Committee, tin AntiDefamation I.c ague a:.(I otl i rs active on the "domestic scene," these li aders are discussing the possibility of bringing the above agencies into the orbit of the American Ji wish Conference in an indirect way The pi' ; is to have the Jewish relief and left at %  agent it s submit regular reports about their activities to the C< nference and receive guidance from the Conference in the form of advice aimed at eliminating duplication and strengthen* BONDED SHIPPERS Andre FRESH-MADE CANDIES Phones: 58-3614 58-3615 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 1121 Washington Avenue 429 Lincoln Road 509 Collins Avenue 112 E. Flagler Street Lorraine Arcade Room 202 Phone 9-3373 Fine FURS AT SACRIFICE PRICES at if. % &d>u>'i 2u* Co.. EXPERT FURRIERS TO REPAIR, REMODEL and CLEAN YOUR FINE FURS ,ng the work of these agencies. The problems <>f the relief and defense organizations are, according to the proposal, to be disussed by special commissions set up by the Conference and composed of representatives of the central council which the Conference will establish and of representatives of theinterested agencies. • These commissions are to meet every throe months. In fact, it is suggested thai there be three separate commissions, one to deal with domestic problems, another with overseas problems and a third with Palestine problems. This project. I learn, is not backed by all leaders of the Conference and is still in embryonic form However, it has the backing of those who insist that the Conference must cease to be a temporary wartime body now that the war is over UNDERGROUND REPORT: Anyone who wants a concrete picture of the trials and tribulations of the displaced Jews in Europe who are laboriously making their way to Palestine as "visaless" immigrants. should re ad "Underground to Palestine" by I. V Stone, well-known American journalist, just published by Boni & Geer. Stone was the first American newspaperman to make' the '"underground" trip to Palestine from the Polish frontier. He became one of the "displaced Jews" and endured all that the displaced Jews are now going through in Europe before he had the luck to be accepted by Haganah representatives in Europe an eer.tors for passage on an "illegal" ship carrying immigrants t.p Palestine in defiance of the British White Paper. The adventures of Stone before he reached the .-hip and during the voyage are an impressive piece of contemporary Jewish history. At the same time, they read like a good adventure novel. MUSICAL NOTES: Jews outside of New York may I ave an opportunity one of these days to hear the Vinaver Chorus, which has been acclaimed by critics in New York as "an ori I estra f early synagogue music to the tic fervor of Hassidic songs and modem Palestinian songs. 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PAGE FOUR vjewistncrk/ian FRIDAY. i • %  i MEMBER | Editorial Babu Parade i I I I I — UJA SETS S170 MILLIOHGUL (Continued from Page 1) rW.fl low. Still in ItamA •" H' let) ,,i ,.„:. ., 1.000.000 Jews Still in Need Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of the European Executive Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Halperin. 320 W. 25th St., announce the hirth of their dauqhter. Arline, | council of the Joint Distribution T i M Q ,r,^ committee, reported that over Nov. 23 at the JackeoniMemoL m m Jcws in Europe were rial hospital. .. November ^Htn j stjll complcte i y dependent on will have a double meaninq fpr United Jewish Appeal funds for Leon Maynard Feiner who was! basic essentials of life. In 1946. born on Thanksqivinq day at he said, the JDC expended for ., i_i u„ relief and rehabilitation and reJackson Memorial hospitaL Me S( ulpmcnt overscas more than is the son of Mr. and Mrs. RayS 58.000.000. adding that was "the mond E. Feiner, 1608 Drexel largest sum ever provided in a ave [single year for relief by a wholly A dauohter Laura Eileen, voluntary agency dependent for .. .. D „u its support on voluntary giving." was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rob_ A CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN JEWRY American Jewry, spared only by distance and destiny from the fate of its European brethren, faces a great and historic challenge—the rescue, rehabilitation and resettlement of the 1,500,000 Jews who escaped death and annihilation at the hands of the would-be world masters. A year ago, when the United Jewish Appeal embarked upon its $100,000,000 campaign, the curtain of woe and pain had not yet sufficiently lifted to give us a full view of the Jewish tragedy in Europe. That the need was great we realized. That the tens of thousands of survivors would look forward to our helping hand—that too was obvious. That the survivors would have to be fed, clothed and housed—that too was clear. That the physically and spiritually broken Jews in Europe would need spiritual guidance and help—that also was understood. But who could have imaqined, even in the darkest of moments. that the plight of the survivors was of ^J^^\^^SSti^Sw.^ fu.Tre.S eU'beyX, STEB as to elude evaluation? Who could have imagined even in, ^ Hyman j ablon 1680 Col„f 1946. full opportunity for emimoments of despair, that a world which almost bled to death in a ; ]jng aye Mr and Mr s. Loute gration and resettlement for those struggle to preserve human dignity would turn deaf ears to the Zeientz, long-time residents of who wish to go to Palestine, the very people whose destruction was to have symbolized Hitler's Miami, announce the birth of United States and other lands and victory over the forces of decency? What prophet of doom and their qrandson, Allen William, full reconstructive aid for those destruction could have predicted that the so-called civilized on Nov. 25. His parents are Mr. who will continue to dwell in nations of the world would shut their doors and haven to the and Mrs. Saul Srole. Silver Europe 8 more democratic:. i .i o \in_ u v i„ „.-^„„ m.cr. SDrinas, Ma. tries. He disclosed that in 1947, survivors of the hand of death? Who could have foreseen, even ^nq^ ^^^ dauqhter of 1H JDC wou d requjre $ ? 000 in the greatest of wisdom, that more than a year alter tne Mj Qnd Mrg Ted Bramson 620 000 more for expanded rehabilitacessation of hostilities tens of thousands of Jews would be Ians w 2 4th rd., was born Tuestion operating among Jewish DP's guishing in displaced persons camps, in indignity and shame? ; dav at St. Francis hospital. Bonwhile they wait to begin "a new Who could have foretold that a callous Britain would keep its n j e has a brother and sister, life in Palestine ar iron fist on Palestine's gates while helpless victims of Hitlerism jjacquelyn and Franklin. Mr. Masaryk Cautions To assure the real recovery of ert Buslow. 10 N.E. 64th st Nov. ^^ distresscd Jews y hc 25 at St. Francis hospital. She ( ., |lled for a program including •^ report said that u, "'"'< Sl22.250.00o! W lr > E "'"P" and oth' 1 U H wor }* t he uniff yd Peal estimated m Jl *H and the United Serbia Americans said it W O,M over $8,000,000 for ^ the Unite,! Sta£ ""• Other speakers included! Strauss. Stanley c. M j! ami. president of the'r !" Jewish Federations and funds; Harold J. Gold! Minneapolis; Edmund I mann. of WashingtonL Levy, of .New York; ifauj rice N. Eisendrath, of fV and Charles J. Rosent J Pittsburgh, one of three, co-chairmen of the UJA. Strictly Confidential! By I'HISEAS J. NOT INNOCENT Many American J ew$ unique positia 11 not so tn day in the crous wi re protesting the a leading collaborator wj] Nazi hordes that massaa in Palestine and other lands." milli(m of their brethren. J ; man controlled a pre 3 | were clutching at its doors in despair? What wise man could land Mrs. A. Bacher. 11037 Alton, A warning against relying on "The have foretold that the very people of Europe who fell victim to j ^ d -J^"" unc f J_„^ ,£i,|jj^ j governmental programs for helpthe surviving Jews I nrandson, Leonard Norman Garber. He is the son of Mr. Rosenstock, Miami Mrs. Bacher recently returned from Calithe hate preachings of the Hitlerites would turn their wrath upon the very Jews against whom the poison arrow was directed? But that, unfortunately, is the situation today. And, what is more, it has grown increasingly clear that, if the plight of the Jewish survivors is to be alleviated, help must come from Jewish hands alone. It was probably this that Jan Masaryk, Czechoslovak Foreign Minister, meant when he cautioned at the UJA national conference, against reliance on governmental programs for helping the surviving Jews of Europe. The successful 1946 UJA drive has been called, and rightly, one of the greatest achievements in the history of American \ at the Jackson Memorial hospihumanitarian endeavors. But that achievement can, and must. tal. Mrs. Kramer is the former be surpassed by American Jewry if the Jewish survivors are to Rose Blank. Nancy Lee, avert death and annihilation at the hands of hunger, famine, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Abrahomelessness and despair. That is the challenge that faces American Jewry today. Miami Jewry in addition faces another challenqe. It has already committed itself to a number of causes. Many campaigns are now in progress. The combined total exceeds ten million dollars. As a community, we have accepted the responsibility for these undertakings. This money will have to be raised. was ISmovement for the i tion of man.dignity jj thel ment for freeing the worM mg the surviving I sued by Jan Masaryk. Foreign the Jews." .. That st and Mrs. Albert Garber of CallMinistcr of Czechoslovakia. Adpeared in the Croatinn n forma. Mrs. Garber is the todreMmg onc of thc scssions Mr £ fc ,, M ^'lll mer Elvsee Bacher of Miami MaMryk said .. tht lack of dc ^ supreme head HI Beach. The baby s qreat-qranddgion r l( who js responsible foI ,„. ( J g*J H oarents are Jbj^ Mr.^B. | furth rellt d w £ re it js to £g?$ g j come from adds a certain omicapital, the man who cm nousness to the human welfare this press was Aloviu, So 1 forma where she spen several n ,. ( ds ()f Europc for 1947." He weeks visitinq her children. estimated "it will take more than Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kramer ., ye „ h ,. forc we see dcfinite dav announce the birth of their |ight in this problcm and before the Ustashl against 1 ^?>1 &fi~Ta/SSlS !" ~% w< sro w lcome flashes that inp t () ple are fully di dicate we no longer need to de1 the American Jewish Ya pond on private relief." issued by the American | The closing down of UNRRA, 1 Committee. In February, 1942. Sf became the apo.-toLc chap] the Ustash army,.. Tr.ec ham Nadler. 1734 S.W. 21st ter., was born Nov. 10. Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sperlinq, 507 12th st., Nov. 6. Jerilee, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Goodman, 2601 S.W. 13th st., Nov. 4. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Glassman, 833 Biscayne st., Nov. 19. Roberta Carol, The increased goal for UJA will without doubt necessitate | dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Max he warned, made it mandatory upon American Jewry to assume greater obligations through the United Jewish Appeal and its three constituent organizations. the Joint Distribution committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. Report by National Chairman THE ZIONIST FRONT Those who expect Rabbi H. Silver to fight for Dr.| Weizmann at the World Zionist Congress at| Switzi rland, are due to I appointed. Sliver will stj ly support the policies oft erable leader, but will complete autonomy for t William Rosenwald, national ls t Oi ganization of Ameri have to consider if it can afford to undertake allocation for UJA above that of last year. Federation must keep face with its contributors who were told that last year's qiving would establish no precedent. It must likewise keep of Mr. and Mrs. Nat J. Ruder'•? %  E T pe wn ?"? ex slent e f had been threatened by lack of man, 1953 S.W. second st.. Nov. 18. Enid Lynne, dauqhter of Mr. face with its responsibilities to other local causes-this despite j and j^ rg t sra e] Zuckerman 500 Free Palestine, is doing I up job in converting mem| Parliament to a more homes, by hunger and disease. He called the successful 1946 Palestine policy... drive "one of the greatest achieve-; City College (of Ne* the unquestionable need for UJA's S170.000.000. Other commus!w.*56"th'ave', NOVIB""*" NO7mcnts in the history of American memento nities in the United States, with local capital needs already met,, man Michael, son of Mr. and humanitarian endeavors." will have to realize that we have never failed our responsibility Mrs. Jacob Friedland, 1533 Henry Mentor and Isidor Coons, to our brethren. Nor will we now. But they will also have to Pennsylvania ave., Nov! 15. understand our limitations, needs and restricted potentialities. Other cities will have to redouble their previous results to meet these emergencies until such time as Greater Miami is in a Reception to Follow position to outdo itself for worthy causes. Beth David Service POLICY AT LAST In an exchange of letters this week it was revealed that a statement of policy for Mt. Sinai hospital will be issued on Sunday, December 15th, designated as Mt. Sinai Day. The correspondence, concerning the much discussed kosher kitchen that is beinq urqed for both the Alton Road and Mt. Sinai hospitals, was between Rabbi Mescheloff, of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Morris Klass, executive director of the hospital campaign. The letters are reprinted elsewhere in this issue. The statement of policy to be disclosed will include the plans in this regard. If our unofficial but reliable sources of information are correct, the policy will provide for the establishment of a kosher kitchen in the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital buildinq. The statement will also announce the inability to make room for kashrus in the present Alton Road structure to be opened sometime in January. The old maxim, "where there's a will there's a way," surely executive vice chairmen, reported that of the 5,000,000 Jews in the United States approximately 3,000,000 contributed to the drive. During the current year the JDC spent more than $58,000,000 for its relief and reRabbi Max Shapiro will dishabitation efforts overseas; $52,cuss the topic 'Calling Names" at, 000.000 was spent by the agencies this evening's services at 8:15 of*the United Jewish Appeal for p.m. in Reth David. Immigration, Settlement and UpA reception in the auditorium building of the Jewish National will follow with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Home and over $2,000,000 was Weissel as hosts in memory of spent by the United Service for Mis Wi isstl's mother. Mrs. S. M. New Americans for the adjustGoodman, t 0 r m < %  r Sisterhood board member. The floral offering has also been donated in her memory. During the services Saturday ment of refugees m the United States. A highlight of the conlerence was the report that the 1946 campaign exceeded the $100,000,000 at 8^30 a.m. Gerard Taylor, sun K „ a l and that it might reach as f Mr. and Mis. Murray Taylor. will become Bar Mitzva, Student services will be at 1030 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Weisman high as $110,000,000 before the end of the year. Before the opening of the conference, the National Executive committee had will be hosto at the Sunday mornbefore it reports estimating the %  ok Bar Mitzva Breakfast club total needs of the UJA for 1947 sponsored by the P.-T. A. I at more than $215,000,000. The history include a picture .lass Of 1889. ..That lad in the back row is M. Baruch. Le nard stein, well known wrap ductor. will score a ballet1 of "The Dybbuk." a classic| sidic drama. • • responsible citizens interested in accomplishing this justifiable could hold true in this instance. With the initiative, ability request are willing to help, with funds and personal effort and resources at the command of the hospital directorate there There is still time to rnn.y„ .w„ -i J 1—_t. n f would be a kosher kitchen in the Alton Road hospital if the a major seamen of tho ?**"** Dd 8entxmen ? of cTesire were present. It may mean a little more trouble b£ taBfc 2£K£ Si Tir2LJ £2£"E tiSfd mat has never set back a zealous and ardent group. Other I these ccmimuaitj^il^ ***** *" FLORIDA'S ONLY ANGLO-J WEEKLY Published A&qJSgi by The Jewish Floj dwi Sicond Avenue. M ami Entered • •J W P ,' % o" •' 4. 1930. at the Post ^ Fla., under the ACI ol the Jewish Unity > Jewl y Weekly. M mMr c 0 '„ Arts graphic A0 ency 1J S '£ Ne* National fed'torial ,.„,„„,) can AMOC.atiori o A ,W Newspapers. Florida r i SUBSCRIPTION RAJ One Year... Two Years Six Month*. FRFD K. SHOCr. rritu ivb | if h€fi Editor and fu" I RITA E. GROSSN HUA New. Editor Telephones WJJ"! OFFICE and 21 S. W. 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J>AGE TWELVE vjewistflcridltofi >M>AY, DBcty^ 6.11 I I-' it k it • i. i %  (( Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. DIPLOMATIC NOTES: Very few people know that British Foreign Secretary Bevin absented himself from the meeting of the "Big Three" Foreign Ministers one day last week to see President Truman to discuss the Palestine issue. Bevin also met with Judge Proskaucr, president of the American Jewish Committee, and had a lengthy discussion with him on Palestine Zionist leaders, including David Ben Gurion, were aware of the Bevin-Proskauer meeting since the leader of the American Jewish committee revealed to them in advance that such a meeting was to take place. It can now be revealed that during his talks with Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, the British Foreign secretary was especially anxious to impress upon the American Zionist leader the importance of Jewish participation in the London conference on Palestine which is to be resumed after the World Zionist Congress It can also be revealed that Bon Gurion indicated to Bevin through a third person that if he wanted to meet with him, he would have t<> see him by a certain date Ben Gurion left New York for Europe wit:.out seeing Bevin. In all the meetings between Bevin and Jewish leaders in New York, David Dubinsky. president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, played a very important role. The .scheduled talks on Palestine between Bevin and Secretary of State anxiously watching the outcome Byrnes are now taking place in New York and Jewish leaders are of these talks In the meantime. Zionist leaders learned that Byrnes is not too friendly to the Jewish position. He is stated to have indicated in private talks that it would be best for the displaced Jews if they were repatriated to their native lands. A more friendly view is held by Dean Acheson, under-Secretary of State, but his influence with regard to the Palestine issue has now been greatly reduced. • • • DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: American Jewish Conference leaders are set iously discussing the fate of the Conft rence. • Some of these leaders are of the opinion that the Conference can become a permanent over-all representative body of American Jewry with ut interfering with the Jewish agencies conducting relief activities overseas or civic protective work within the United States. Some are even flirtin)with the idea of inviting tl i American Jewish Committee to rejoin the ranks of the Ami rican Jewish Conference. Tin ambition of these leaders is to see the C< nf< :eiu,. as the only central body speaking and acting on behalf of American Jewry on matters concerning Jews in this country and al road. As t.' agencies such as the Joint Distribution Committee, the AntiDefamation League and others active on the "domestic scene," thi e leaders are discussing the : ility of bringing the above ii s into the orbit of t:.< American Jewish Conference in an indirect way. The proposal is to have the Jewish relief and defense agencies submit regular reports about their activities to the Conference and receive guidance from the Conference in tin form of advice aimed at eliminating dupli' ation and strengthenBONDED SHIPPERS Andre FRESH-MADE CANDIES Phones: 58-3614 58 3615 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 1121 Washington Avenue 429 Lincoln Road 509 Collins Avenue 112 E. Flagler Street Lorraine Arcade Room 202 Phone 9-3373 Fine FURS AT SACRIFICE PRICES at EXPERT FURRIERS TO REPAIR, REMODEL and CLEAN YOUR FINE FURS ing the work or these agencies. The problems of the relict and defense organizations arc, acrording to the proposal, to be disussed by special commissions set up bv the Conference and composed of representative* of the central council which the Conference will establish and of representatives of the interested agencies. These commissions are to meet every three month*. In fact, it is suggested thai there be three separate commissions, one to deal with domestic problems, another with overseas problems and a third with Palestine problems. This project. I learn, is not backed by all leaders of the Conference and is still in embryonic form However, it has the backing of those who insist that the Conference must cease to be a temporary wartime body now that the war is over • • • UNDERGROUND REPORT: Anyone who wants a concrete picture of the trials and tribulations of the displaced Jews in Europe who are laboriously mak ing their way to Palestine as "visaless" immigrants. should r.ad "Underground to Palestine' by I. F. Stone, well-known American journalist, just published by Boni & Geer. Stone was the first American newspaperman to ni.ke the "underground" trip to Palestine from the Polish frontier. He became one of the •'displaced Jews" and endured all that tin' displaced Jews are now going through in Europe before he had the luck to be accepted by Haganah representatives in European centers for passage on an "illegal" ship carrying immigrants to Palestine in defiance of the British White Paper. The adventures of Stone before he reached the ship and during the voyage are an impressive piece of ontemporary Jewish history. At the same tune, they read like a good adventure novel. MUSICAL NOTES: Jews outside of New York may I ave an opportunity one of these days to hear the Vinaver Chorus, which has been acclaimed by critics in New York as "an orchestra of voices". This is a Jewi.-h chorus of 40 mixed voices tablished in this country by Chemjo Vinaver. who immigrated I.. re during the war from Berlin, where he was considered one of Europe's foremost choral conductors. The program of the chorus ranges from 16th century i h ral masters to works of contemporary composers. The selections comprise every mood— from the deep reverential beauty of early synagogue music to the mystic fervor of Hassidic songs and modern Palestinian songs. When I was in Germany as a JTA i orrespondent during the Nazi regime, his chorus was the only bright spot in the life of the Jews there, since non-Jewish concerts weie pi actually closed to them. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins A WasV Avss. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. 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L DECEMBER_6j94i
Lltade Director
Less ARC Meeting
l annual meeting of the
f niv chpter' American
fcbcrs w, hear W
fee* 5 At,ant8' Ga-
K postwar job of the
l Rcd Cross. The meeting
F. DJ. Tuesday in the
t room of the McAllister
I formerly executive
\ti the Dud,- county cnap-
t service overseaa during
L m Africa, Italy and
[where he supervised dis-
L of Red Cross supplies
fcvilian populations of sev-
, ,he war ravaged coun-
l several shipments were
j producer! by the wom-
lade County.
rf E. Mangels, chapter
L, wjll preside. Reports
Kork this past year of the
kapter will be given and
tied annual report will be
Led The meeting is open
fpersons in Dade County
bntributed SI or more to
I Cross this year. Names
board numbers to be
[will be presented by the
L of the nominating com-
fc, Gordon Anderson.
Miami Zionists Seek
1.000 New Members
One thousand new members
|s the goal for the Miami Zion-
ist s membership campaign, ac-
cording to Burnett Roth, presi-
dent.
The group wili contact organ-
ations in this district in order
to bring them the importance
of increasing relief to the Jews
of Europe, he said.
Jerome Weinkle has been
chosen membership chairman.
PAGE THIRTEEN
BEACH GIRL WEDS
IN NEW YORK CITY
Miss Ethel Geringcr became
the bride of Henry S. Levinson,
son (,f Mr. and Mrs. Selig J. Lev-
inson, New York, in a ceremony
at T< mple Zion, New York, Nov.
27. The bride is a daughter of
Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 N. Michi-
gan ave., Mami Beach.
Mrs. David Sheketoff, New
'Haven, Conn., formerly of Miami
| Beach, attended the bride. The
idcgroom's brother, Irving,
served as best man.
Guests who went North to at-
tend the wedding were the
: Temple Beth SI* r"-:"'y mother and brother, Irv-
Sisterhood are looking for- Lngi,Mr und Mrs- David Mermer,
Two Events Highlight
Month for Sisterhood
Harry Straus is president of
the Gables Racing association
which holds forth annually at
Tropical Park, where the long
winter Florida racing season of
120 days was inaugurated on
Monday. The Baltimorean has
just put his okay on the plant
after a brief inspection tour.
|to Cuba, Party
llel Calendar
jitir.gent of University of
fnillel students will fly to
kc. 21 for a three day visit.
lull be entertained by the
[roup at the University of
J Hillel members will be
JtaChanuka party Dec. 18
Miami Beach chapter of
fcrith Women at the Hil-
kt A student program, in-
line kindling of the lights,
knging and a performance
I Eternal Ligl t radio script,
iMaccabie.." will be fea-
Hillel Plans Services
Weekly religious services at the
Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon
blvd., for University of Miami
students and visitors will begin
this evening, Marilyn Soeoloff,
religious chairman, announced
this week.
The service will be conducted
by a different University sorority
or fraternity each week. Musical
selections will be included.
DANCE CANCELLED
Cancellation of the dinner
dance scheduled for Dec. 4 by
B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge was
announced this week by Charles
R. Jacobson, executive secretary,
Money for tickets previously
purchased has been refunded, he
said.
ward to a busy month wit:; two
listed for Decem-
The first cii these is a member-
which Mrs. David
Harris w ill give at the Cadillac
hotel 1 : admission
will be a new member brought
I y an old membi.. Reservations
must be in tomorrow, and may
lling Miss Amdur
at the T< mple office.
Mrs. Irving Marcus, member-
Ip chairman, is in charge of ar-
rangements, assisted by Mis. Ed-
.: :. er, Mrs. Maurice
Kamm, Mrs. George Talianoff
and Mrs. Harold Turk. A comedy
skit presented by members of the
S terhood will entertain the
I group following luncheon.
N .vent on the Sisterhood
calendar for this month is a
-talent fashion show sched-
uled for the evening Dec. 18 at
the Temple. This show will be a
culmination of the summer book
irother and sister-in-law of the
bride, all of Miami Beach, and
the bride's brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gerin-
ger, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Levinson attended City
College of New York and was
employed in Miami by the War
department. A graduate of New
York university, Mr. Levinson
served as a radar officer in the
Army air forces and was re-
cently stationed in Tokyo.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Astoria, L.I., after a hon-
eymoon in Atlantic City.
University Concerts to
Star Miss Antoine
Brownie Troop Invests
Nine New Members
Nine girls became members of
the newly formed Brownie Troop
151 at investiture services held at
the home of Mrs. Sidney Lef-
fourt, 111 S. W. 30th rd., last
Wednesday.
They are Roberta Berman, Joy
Davidson, Carol Hertz, Barbara
Lefcourt, Barbara Safer, Ruth
Schlansky, Susan Schemer, Judy
Sterling and Carlye Stone.
The troop is sponsored by the
Miami Service league whose
scouting chairman is Mrs. Bernie
Sterling. Leaders of the troop are
Mrs. Milton Stone, Mrs. Lefcourt,
Mrs. Milton Sacks and Mrs. Har-
ry Hertz, all of whom have com-
pleted a leadership training
course.
Future activities of the troop
will be a wiener roast at the end
of this month and a father and
daughter Valentine's Day party
in February. Milton Stone, Sid-
ney Lefcourt, Milton Sacks and
Bernie Sterling will assist the
girls at their December event.
Meetings are held at the Lef-
court home from 4 to 5 p.m. Wed-
nesdays. The girls take turns at
being hostess and historian each
week.
Training to become Brownies
are Gail Apner, Barbara Cohen,
Linda Herman, Susan Wieder,
Carol Lee Greenberg and Helen
Kessler.
Membership is open to girls
between the ages of 7 and 9.
Josephine Antoine, American
coloratura soprano of the Metro-
politan Opera, will appear as
soloist with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony orchestra, con-
ducted by Modesto Alloo, Sunday
n jr t. Mi mbers of the organiza-|at 4;3o pm and Monday at 8:30
tion will model clothes f rom I p m in tne Miami Senior High
and fur fashions from School auditorium.
Alexander's Furs. In six years Miss Antoine rose
Mrs, Emanuel Goldstrich and I from classroom to the role of
Mrs. Edward L. Cowen are writ- prima donna in the greatest opera
ing the script for the fashion! house in the world. She was dis-
show. The public is invited. covered by Maestro Artur Bodan-
sky, auditioned by Gatti-Casazza,
signed to a contract by the late
Herbert Witherspoon and pre-
sented at the Metropolitan by the
present general manager, Edward
Johnson.
She has sung every season at
the Metropolitan Opera since her
debut, and has never been cast in
a secondary role. In eight years
she has sung more than 800 per-
formances in opera, concert and
radio.
WE MARCHED ON
D-DAY
FOR VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACYl
WE MARCH ON
B-D DAY
FOR VICTORY FOR
BETH DAVID!
Sunday, Dec. 8th
IS
LOYAL MEMBERS OF BETH DAVID
WILL BUILD A NEW SYNAGOGUE
AND TALMUD TORAH AT CORAL
WAY BETWEEN 26th and 27th ROADS

WE SHALL REMEMBER
Beth David Day
As A Milestone In Building Of A
Greater Beth David!
Si!
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^H i %  PAGE TEN vJewirtftorkltorL nUDAY.DBCaite, it i I i n SOS Workers Prepare New Relief Shipment SOS workers were busy this week preparing th e bundles of clothing, food and medical supplies collected in South Florida for overseas shipment. Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chairman of the drive for supplies for overseas survivors, reported that donations are still vitally needed to alleviate the suffering of fellowJews in Europe. Contributions may be taken to the Miami SOS depot at 142 N.E. 12th st. Mrs. Marlin Copenhagen, motor corps chairman, will arrange for pick up service. Her telephone number is 9-7579. Included in the shipment now being prepared is a substantial amount of relief supplies collected by the Hollywood Jewish community as well as material gathered in Miami and Miami Beach. ORANGE BOWL QUEEN AEPhi Alums Sponsor Ring Theatre Shows Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae association members will make plans for the two performances of the Ring Theatre they will sponsor Dec. 17 and 18 when they meet at the Wofford hotel Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Howard Hirsch will be hostess. Miss Laurie Gartner, chairman of the special luncheon to be held at the Sea Isle Dec. 28, will appoint her assistants for th e affair. Reservations may be made with her at 4912 Pine Tree dr. Miss Gartner was recently appointed province director of the sorority's southern region. Prior to her graduation in Jur.e from the University of Miami, she was scribe and activity chairman of the Alpha Eta chapter. Last summer she represented the local alumnae association at th


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6. 1946 DECEMBER f^te Director Edress ABC Meeting "annual meeting of the '1 -tbapu-r. American ^bers will hear W. fcf K or. manager of the ETarea, ARC. with S m AtIanta ^ "ihe postwar job of the 'Across. The meeting m D.T. Tuesday in the t room of the McAllister hon formerly executive id the Dad.county chapt service overseas during fc in Africa, Italy and Inhere he supervised disL of Red Cross supplies Civilian populations of sevy^c W ar ravaged coun%  n several shipments were L produced by the wornLde County. L E. Mangels, chapter In. will preside. Reports %  work this past year of the fcpter will be given and tied annual report will be Ltd. The meeting is open [persons in Dade County Ltributed SI or more to 1 Cross this year. Names board members to be Jwill be presented by the |an of the nominating comTc. Gordon Anderson. [to Cuba, Party llel Calendar intir.gent o: University of Hillel students will fly to .w 21 for a three day visit. I Bnil be entertained by the %  jroup at the University of Hillel members will be JlaChanuka party Dec. 18 i Miami Beach chapter of B'rith Women at the HilK. A student program, inI the kindling of the lights, ging and a performance JBernal Light radio script, Uaccabce ," will be feaMiami Zionists Seek 1.000 New Members On e thousand new members w the goal for the Miami ZionIS1 s membership campaign, according io Burnett Roth, president. The group wili contact organalions in this district in order to bring them the importance of increasing relief to the Jews ot Europe, he said. Jerome Weinkle has been chosen membership chairman. PAGE THIRTEEN Harry Siraus is president of the Gables Racing ai which holds forth ai Tropical Park, where the long winter Florida racing season of 120 days was inaugurated on Monday. The Baltimorean has just put his okay on the plant after a brief inspection tour. Hillel Plans Services Weekly religious services at the Hillel house, 3306 Ponce do Leo:; blvd., for University of Miami students and visitors will begin this evening, Marilyn Socoloff, religious chairman, announced this week. The service will be conducted by a different University sorority or fraternity each week. Musical selections will be included. DANCE CANCELLED Cancellation of the dinner dance scheduled for Dec. 4 by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge was announced this week by Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary. Money for tickets previously purchased has been refunded, he said. Two Events Highlight Month for Sisterhood Men bers of Temple Beth Shoeing forI to a busy month with two ted for D> : I i luncheon which Mrs. David Harris will give at the Cadillac hotel 1 Prict of admission will be a new member brought I y ai ol I mi i ations must be in i and may be :: ade by calling Miss Amdur at the' Tt mple office. Mrs, living Marcus, memberman, is in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Edward Mencher, Mrs. Maurice i. m, Mrs. George Talianoff and Mrs. Harold Turk. A comedy -kit presented by members of the ; Sisterhood will entertain the I group following luncheon. Next event on the Sisterhood • dar for this month is a home-talent fashion show scheduled for the evening Dec. 18 at the Temple. This show will be a culmination of the summer book project, Mi mbers of the organization will model clothes from Eleanor's and fur fashions from Alexander's Furs. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and Mrs. Edward L. Cowen are writing the script for the fashion show The public is invited. BEACH GIRL WEDS IN NEW YORK CITY Miss Ethel Geringer became the bride of Henry S. Levinson, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Selig J. Levinson, New York, in a ceremony at Temple Zion, New York, Nov. 27. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 N. Michigan ave., Mami Beach. Mrs. David Sheketoff, New • in, Conn., formerly of Miami Bi ach, attended the bride. The bridegroom's brother, Irving, I as best man. Guests who went North to attend the wedding were the bride's mother and brother, Irving: Mr. and Mrs. David Mermer, brother and sister-in-law of the bride, all of Miami Beach, and aide's brother and sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gerinr, Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Levinson attended City College of New York and was employed in Miami by the War department. A graduate of New York university, Mr. Levinson erved as a radar officer in the A; my air forces and was recently stationed in Tokyo. The newlyweds will make their home in Astoria, L.I., after a honeymoon in Atlantic City. University Concerts to Star Miss Antoine Josephine Antoine, American coloratura soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, will appear as soloist with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra, conducted by Modesto Alloo, Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior High School auditorium. In six years Miss Antoine rose from classroom to the role of ; prima donna in the greatest opera | house in the world. She was dis, covered by Maestro Artur BodanBrownie Troop Invests Nine New Members Nine girls became members of the newly formed Brownie Troop 151 at investiture services held at the home of Mrs. Sidney Leffourt, 111 S. W. 30th rd., last Wednesday. They are Roberta Berman, Joy Davidson, Carol Hertz, Barbara Lefcourt, Barbara Safer, Ruth Schlansky, Susan Schemer, Judy Sterling and Carlye Stone. The troop is sponsored by the Miami Service league whose scouting chairman is Mrs. Bernie Sterling. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. Milton Stone, Mrs. Lefcourt, Mrs. Milton Sacks and Mrs. Harry Hertz, all of whom have completed a leadership training course. Future activities of the troop will be a wiener roast at the end of this month and a father and daughter Valentine's Day party in February. Milton Stone, Sidney Lefcourt, Milton Sacks and Bernie Sterling will assist the girls at their December event. Meetings are held at the Lefcourt home from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays. The girls take turns at being hostess and historian each week. Training to become Brownies are Gail Apner, Barbara Cohen, Linda Herman, Susan Wieder, Carol Lee Greenberg and Helen Kessler. Membership is open to girls between the ages of 7 and 9. sky, auditioned by Gatti-Casazza, signed to a contract by the late Herbert Witherspoon and presented at the Metropolitan by the present general manager, Edward Johnson. She has sung every season at the Metropolitan Opera since her debut, and has never been cast in a secondary role. In eight years she has sung more than 800 performances in opera, concert and radio. WE MARCHED ON D-DAY FOR VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY! WE MARCH ON B-D DAY FOR VICTORY FOR BETH DAVID! Sunday, Dec. 8th IS LOYAL MEMBERS OF BETH DAVID WILL BUILD A NEW SYNAGOGUE AND TALMUD TORAH AT CORAL WAY BETWEEN 26th and 27th ROADS • WE SHALL REMEMBER Beth David Day As A Milestone In Building Of A Greater Beth David! %  i .• %  \ i ,-. i '^S^S§^t f '*ja\3aestt£s£&



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*e& >*-3fe-'-= !" 9sfe ""^gjaSmailfe i>. %  in •*' 1 f %  • PAGE SIX vJewistincrklteri Program Announced For Oysher Concert Program for the concert of religious, classical and popular selections which Moishe Oysher will sing Dec. 15 was announced this week by Jacob Schachter of Miami Beach, who gave the famous cantor his first break in radio. Oysher. known as the "master singer of his people,' will appear at the Miami Beach Senior High school just before going to Hollywood to make another motion picture. At his local concert Oysher will be accompanied by Joseph Schreibman, who formerly was accompanist for Nolson Eddy and other well-known singers. Schreibman will play several of his own selections. Oysher's program will include a new number Zol Noch Zein Shabes; Haschi Weinu Gunee Bletter, A Chasindel of Shabes, Owe Urachamim, Tanchum, A Pastichel a Troinur. Yubune Bais Hamikdash, A Dudale Folks Lied. Rachem Nu, Maranzen and request numbers* A number of local organizations are cooperating in arranging the concert. Tickets may be purchased at the Princess Ann Hotel, 920 Coll ; ix ., — d Sher's Jewelry store. tfZV Washington ave. AUGUST BROS fcw: la the BEST.' *• BEACH MOBILIZES FOR ZIONIST DRIVE "Give Them Liberty or You Give Them Death" is the slogan by which the Miami Beach Zionist district hopes to add 3.000 new members in December to its present membership of 3,000. Dr. David S. Andron, chairman of the drive, has appointed five subchairmen—S. A. Goodman, A. L. Perper, Alex Van Straaten, Harold Shapiro and Oscar C. Lelchuck—each of whom will be responsible for ten captains. Each captain in turn will be responsible for the membership campaign activities of 20 campaign workers. During the month-long membership drive, the district is sponsoring a radio program on Station WKAT each Sunday evening at 7:45 p.m. Jack D. Burris. president, will be guest speaker on the "Inside Palestine" broadcast this Sunday. Speakers and motion pictures >n Palestine are being made available for civic and religious meetings during the month. Weekly n port luncheons will be i Id each Wednesday noon at 'he National hotel Dr. Andron announced the appointment of the following team aptains to serve under each subchairman: Subchairman, S. A. Goodman. Captains: Archie Brick. Daniel Broad. Sam Goodman, Bert Miller, Barney Spector, E. Lesowoder, Louis Miller, Mori is Newmark, William Feuer, Joe Gardner. Subchairman, A. L. Perper Captains. Harold Turk, Jacob Fishman, Martin Genet. Harry Cornblum, living Frankel, Nat I Hankoff, Dr. M. J. Gink. Sam Lachman, Seymour Rubin, Ben Hammerman. Ed Singer. Ed Singerman. Miss Cooper to Report On Hadassah ParleyMiss Frances Cooper, president f the Business and Professional division of Hadassah, will give a report on the 32nd annual Hadassah convention at a meeting of tha Miami Beach Senior Hadassah 2 p.m. Monday at the Shelborne hotel. Miss Cooper, who attended the recent convention in Boston, will be introduced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, program chairman. Mrs. Murry Grossman, vice president, will preside in the absence of Mrs. Abraham Goodman who is attending the 22nd World Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland. Committee reports will be given by Mrs. Joseph Lipton, chairman of the Jan. 5 dinner dance for the Hadassah medical organization: Mis. Joseph Williamson, on HMO activities: Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, on the study group pri gram, and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, on Zionist political activities. The business meeting will be preceded by a refreshment hour at 1:30 p.m. Final tea ira series of membership socials was held at the home of Mrs. Louis Heiman Tuesday afternoon instead of Monday as previously stated. Government Agent To Speak for l**ZWilliam Seltzer, of the Miami office of the United States Department of Commerce, will speak before the Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith luncheon club at 12:15 p.m. today at the Downtown club, Seybold arcade. Bill Pallot, chairman, announces. Seltzer will speak on the program of the Department of ComSubchairman, Alex Van Straatmerce in S()Uth Florida with emen. Captains: George Bertman, P has |f n Alds to Sma11 Busl Dr. Jess Cohen, Ernie Wolfe. Dr. ne f?" The address Pomerance, Dr. Macofsky, David Isen. Dr. L. Lytton, Charles Bender, Leon Stoller, Arthur Singer. Morris Gettleman. Subchairman, Harold Shapiro Captains: George J. Talianoff, Andre Bialolenki. Max Greenberg. Gus Trau, Isidore Goldberg, Phil Salmon. Max Meisel, Nat Klein. H. Shapiro. J. M. Rose Subchairman, Oscar C. Lelchuk. Captains: Ben Appel. Leonard Barr. J. Ashkenazi. M. H. Frankel. Harry Magid. Harry Platoff. Sam Prosterman and Willie Mazo. is one in a series on current affairs and community activities being sponsored each Friday by the Sholem lodge luncheon club. HEINZ Kosher and Parere Baked Beans Spinoza Group to Hear Review by Clarke The Spinoza Forum for adult fducaton will present Edward Clarke who will review L. K. Rosinger'a "Restless India" 3 p.m. Saturday at the Forum, 11th St. between Collins ave. and Ocean dr. A program of music and noetrv has been arranged and Harrison Bard will present original poems. CENTER TO CELEBRATE TWO BAR MITZVAS Rabbi Irving Lehrman has chosen "Answer the Roll Call" as his topic for services at 8:15 p.m. tonight at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Cantor Abraham Krushevski of New Orleans, assisted by the choir, will chant the services. The Bar Mitzvas of Barton Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, and Paul Byer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Byer, will be observed Saturday morning. Services will be held at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the weekly portion of the law. JSSB SUPPORTS CHEST A resolution to aid the Community Chest in completing its $785,000 drive was passed by the board of directors of the Jewish i Social Service bureau Tuesday j evening, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. president, announced. JSSB is one of 22 member i agencies supported by the Community Chest. Kosher Killed POULTRY Finest Quality Obtainable at REASONABLE PRICES SHOCHED ON PREMISES GUILFORD POULTRY 102 N. W. 8th Street Miami The 'Chopper's' Guide The manager of this ALCOHOLE travels M| only with the UPW PER SET —WHEN 'f. BUSINESS PICKS aL UP HELL GET THE LOWERS1 lm^ 1149 N. MIAMI AVE. J ( %  I Hi.ml. tun run II.n.. Workmen's Circle 692 To Honor Samuel Katz A 65-year "jubilee" will be given in honor of Samuel Katz, treasurer of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692, Sunday evening at the organization's lyceum, 25 Washington ave. The banquet, which will begin at 6:30 p.m., will be followed by a concert. Mr. Katz is serving his second year as treasurer. A long time member of the Circle, he has also been active in other community organizations on behalf of the Circle. On the Circle's calendar for Dec. 20 is a lecture by August Classen, ex-assemblyman of New York city and secretary of the Social Democrats Federation. 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Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
DIPLOMATIC NOTES:
Very few people know that
British Foreign Secretary Bevin
absented himself from the meet-
ing of the "Big Three" Foreign
Ministers one day last week to
see President Truman to discuss
the Palestine issue. Bevin also
met with Judge Proskaucr, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, and had a lengthy
discussion with him on Palestine
. Zionist leaders, including Dav-
id Ben Gurion, were aware of
the Bevin-Proskauer meeting
since the leader of the American
Jewish committee revealed to
them in advance that such a
meeting was to take place. .
It can now be revealed that
during his talks with Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, the British For-
eign secretary was especially
anxious to impress upon the
American Zionist leader the
importance of Jewish parti-
cipation in the London confer-
ence on Palestine which is to
be resumed after the World
Zionist Congress .
It can also be revealed that Bon
Gurion indicated to Bevin
through a third person that if he
wanted to meet with him, he
would have t<> see him by a cer-
tain date Ben Gurion left New
York for Europe wit:.out seeing
Bevin. .
In all the meetings between
Bevin and Jewish leaders in New
York, David Dubinsky. president
of the International Ladies Gar-
ment Workers Union, played a
very important role. The .sched-
uled talks on Palestine between
Bevin and Secretary of State
anxiously watching the outcome
Byrnes are now taking place in
New York and Jewish leaders are
of these talks .
In the meantime. Zionist
leaders learned that Byrnes is
not too friendly to the Jewish
position. He is stated to
have indicated in private talks
that it would be best for the
displaced Jews if they were re-
patriated to their native lands.
. A more friendly view is held
by Dean Acheson, under-Secre-
tary of State, but his influence
with regard to the Palestine is-
sue has now been greatly re-
duced. .

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
American Jewish Conference
leaders are set iously discussing
the fate of the Conft rence.
Some of these leaders are of the
opinion that the Conference can
become a permanent over-all rep-
resentative body of American
Jewry with ut interfering with
the Jewish agencies conducting
relief activities overseas or civic
protective work within the Unit-
ed States. Some are even flirt-
in)- with the idea of inviting tl i
American Jewish Committee to
rejoin the ranks of the Ami rican
Jewish Conference. Tin am-
bition of these leaders is to see
the C< nf< :eiu,. as the only cen-
tral body speaking and acting on
behalf of American Jewry on
matters concerning Jews in this
country and al road. .
As t.' agencies such as the Joint
Distribution Committee, the Anti-
Defamation League and others
active on the "domestic scene,"
thi e leaders are discussing the
: ility of bringing the above
ii s into the orbit of t:.<
American Jewish Conference in
an indirect way. The proposal
is to have the Jewish relief and
defense agencies submit regular
reports about their activities to
the Conference and receive guid-
ance from the Conference in tin
form of advice aimed at elimin-
ating dupli' ation and strengthen-
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Anyone who wants a concrete
picture of the trials and tribula-
tions of the displaced Jews in
Europe who are laboriously mak
ing their way to Palestine as
"visaless" immigrants. should
r.ad "Underground to Palestine'
by I. F. Stone, well-known Amer-
ican journalist, just published by
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first American newspaperman to
ni.ke the "underground" trip to
Palestine from the Polish fron-
tier. He became one of the
'displaced Jews" and endured all
that tin' displaced Jews are now
going through in Europe before
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Haganah representatives in Euro-
pean centers for passage on an
"illegal" ship carrying immigrants
to Palestine in defiance of the
British White Paper. The ad-
ventures of Stone before he
reached the ship and during the
voyage are an impressive piece of
ontemporary Jewish history. .
At the same tune, they read like
a good adventure novel. .
MUSICAL NOTES:
Jews outside of New York may
I ave an opportunity one of these
days to hear the Vinaver Chorus,
which has been acclaimed by
critics in New York as "an or-
chestra of voices". This is a
Jewi.-h chorus of 40 mixed voices
tablished in this country by
Chemjo Vinaver. who immigrated
I.. re during the war from Berlin,
where he was considered one of
Europe's foremost choral con-
ductors. The program of the
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i h ral masters to works of con-
temporary composers. The se-
lections comprise every mood
from the deep reverential beauty
of early synagogue music to the
mystic fervor of Hassidic songs
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When I was in Germany as a JTA
i orrespondent during the Nazi re-
gime, his chorus was the only
bright spot in the life of the Jews
there, since non-Jewish concerts
weie pi actually closed to them. .
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AY DECEM BERS1946 Kovner Heads tth B'nai B'rith r r Kovner was elected al n f the Miami Beach Lresident Ma* Hind'hoteL Second man —^J^UkrkHan 7,9, „f B'nai B'rith at a held Tuesday night at hold that office, he succeeds Lree Bertman. Ih er new officers are Harry JernickGodfrey Newman and vl R ben, vice presidents; W Shapiro, recording secre". Sol Goldstrom, financial 'retary: Daniel M. Broad, treas%  Jrtman was named monitor; rv Day assistant monitor; Dr. *oh B Pomerance, warden; Alexander Libow, guardian; U Abbott, Siegfried Geismar, d Harold Turk, trustees for ee years: Emanuel Goldstrich, stee for one year. i Beach BBG Advisors Io Fete Members jr.ai B'rith Girls have a busy Ireik coming up with two preLtations of their musical skit, feigger and Better Groups," slatfor Tuesday and Wednesday failings. ., On Wednesday evening they I give the skit at the Beach Y there advisors of Beach BBG Chapters will < ntertain members jd their mothers. In charge of arrangements are IJrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman, and firs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Carl Jusskind. Miss Miriam Miller, |LssL:bby Arkin and Miss Betty Weintraub, advisors to the BBG. W.nx and Jems chapters. Tuesday evening the BBG show [nil be presented at the Miami B'nai B'rith meeting at Temple Israel. Beautiful Miami Medical Center 'icilitiei for treatment! of acute ttdiMl. and convalescent casts Eipccially equipped for care of tnoui and mental disorders, •rug and alcoholic habits. Psy: %  :'••-. ipy H y drot hera py and EKiiic-Shock therapy scientlficJ given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and President Ml N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243—8-1043 Open lo Members of Dade County Medical Assn. UN.VERS.TV STUDENTS ,O.N l^^^ mG SERV1CE si University oi Miami students of all faiths assembled at the Hillel house last week for a Thanksgiving candlelight ceremony. Pictured are (seated, left to right) Edward Atkins. Newman club; Sue Levinson. Hiilel foundation: Frank Smith, Baptist Student union; (standing) Lindy Pessin. interfaith chairman for Hillel, and Dick Rogers, Canterbury club. Also participating. but not shown, was Martha Dunn, YWCA representative. GREENS TO BE HOSTS IN HONOR OF SON Mr. and Mrs. David Green, 310 78th st., will be hosts at a kiddush Saturday morning following the Bar Mit/.va of their son. Lester, at Temple Beth Shnlom. Lester's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Green, have come from Passaic. N. J.. for the celebration. A ninth grade student at Ida Fisher school. Lester is a bicycle enthusiast and for the past two summers lias travelled throughout the country with the youth hostel program. Starting from Meredith, N. H., last summer, he travelled by bike to Montreal. Cape Cod, the White Mountains for nine weeks with a group of boys. He is looking forward to a similar bicycle trip this summer. WANTED Room with or without board for young man affiliated with local Jewish organization. KEN HART 3 5411 Soprano and Composer To Present Program Tickets for the second concert to be sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee this season went on sale this week at the Miami and Miami Beach Y's and the Bureau of Jewish Education. Marguerite Kozenn. soprano, and Julius Chajes. pianist composer, will be presented by the committee Dec. 22 at the Miami Beach Senior High school. Miss Kozenn made her American debut as soloist with the New York Philharmonic orchestra and was selected to sing the title role in the first American presentation of Dvorack's opera, "Rusalka." Director of music at the Detroit Jewish Community center, Chajes is professor of composition at the Institute of Musical / MANA/tNG'S ILstAfOOO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE \% THE FISH WE SERVE TODAY .-* -: SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN V> WANK HARNEY, OR, MANAGING DIRECTOR JJfsC* OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 12 00 NOON jg 1 W 29 6ISCAYNE BOULEVARD V \. 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A convention report will be given by Miss Natalie Frankel, president; Miss Hilda Schwartz, recording secretary, and Lucille Yagoda, treasurer, who attended the national parley at Atlantic City last week. Miss Arlene Rose, chairman of the affair, is assisted by Rosalyn Drosd, decorations; Selma Lewis, hospitality; Doris Shapiro, invitations; Gladys Tepper, telephone, and Shirley Pardo, publicity. Plans are being made for a carnival, the unit's first fundraising affair, to be held on Feb. 16. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United Stale* IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI DAIM! FEDERAL S J or MIAMI uut 2+rt** Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. 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