The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00986

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yiliDipidliiaun
,000 Pledsed t<
Mt Sinai Hospita
*_________________________________________
MIAMI 18, FL5i5r?RJDAY^rrMRrp g ni,
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Pledges to the Mt. Sinai hos-
L,a| building fund campaign
Em nearer the million dollar
Ck as a total of $770,000 was
Cted this week. Almost $150,-
10 in gifts has been recorded
llast Friday in the drive.to
EL $2,500,000 for a 200-bed
.on-sectarian hospital under Jew-
ish auspices in Greater Miami.
A $50 000 donation from a
brominent Miami financial insti-
Mtion was announced by Sam
blank, initial gifts chairman This
brings to four the individual gifts
n that amount. Total number of
ntributors stands at 275.
A ipecial subscription dinner
I to provide funds for kosher
I facilities in the proposed hoi-
1 pital will be held at 6:30 pjn.
Sunday at the Helene hotel.
11030 l$th st.
Admission will be $50 per plate.
Kathan Ginsberg of Miami Beach
I chairman of the committee in-
terested in raising funds for the
>sher kitchen which will cost
ipproximately $50,000.
Next in the series of almost
|laily campaign meetings will be
luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today
Lt the Only Inn. At that time
Beach special gifts workers will
[eport to Cochairmen Jack Ab-
tt, Jack D. Burris. Joseph Lip-
1 and Joseph Rose.
$1,309,741 GOAL FOR '47
Some 95 directors of Federation
adopted a quota of SI.309,741 to
be raised by Greater Miami Jewry
next year. A meeting which
lasted until 2 a.m. changed the
budget committee's recommended
$1,026,691 quota by increasing the
United Jewish Appeal allocation
from $650,000 to S900.000 and the
Joint Defense Appeal from $7,500
to $13,500. and granted an addi-
tional administration reserve fund.
CONGRESS SIDELIGHT
BASLE, Switzerland (JTA)
A woild conference of J'
journalists was held in Basle fur
the purpose of establishing a
world union of newspapermen
writing in various languages.
Zalman Rubashov. editor of Da-
var, the largest daily newspaper
in Palestine, was elected chairman
of the conference. Following a
tribute to the Jewish writers who
died during the war, Aznel Carle-
bach, another Palestinian editor.
reported on the aims of the pro-
posed union, including the estab-
lishment of a course in journalism
at the Hebrew university in Jeru-
salem and the publication of a
memorial book for Jewish jour-
nalists.
Zionists Adjourn Without Electing,
Fail To Act Directly On Partition
BASLE, Dec. 24 (JTA)-The 22nd World Zionist Congress closed here today
without electing a new president or executive and without acting directly on
the issue of partition.
Concluding its sixteen-day session at 5 p.m., the Congress authorized the
newly-elected Actions committee to elect an executive Wednesday morning.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann left Basle Tuesday morning, several hours after the
Congress, by a vote of 171 to 154, had rejected Zionist participation in the
London conference "under the present circumstances." The vote was con-
sidered a blow to Dr. Weizmann's chances of being re-elected to the presi-
dency of the World Zionist Organization, and a victory for Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver.
Weizmann Says He Is No Longer Seeking Presidency
Before he left, Weizmann told his political advisers that he was no longer seeking the
presidency. It is understood that at an early hour this morning, before the Congress had voted
on the resolution against participation in the London talks, Ben Gurion suggested to Weiz-
mann that he head the delegation to London as honorary president if the Zionists should decide
to go, but the man who has led the world Zionist movement almost without interruption
the end of World War I rejected the suggestion.
The text of the resolution on the London conference reads as follows:
since
"The
tome to Dedicate Annex
Decorated with flags and bunt-
ig, the new annex to the Jewish
Home for the Aged will be dedi-
jated at 2 p.m. Sunday. Harold
Bhapiro, director of the building
Bund drive, announces that a large
JMtendance is expected to witness
"e dedication of the annex which
^as constructed under the per-
al supervision of Max Green-
*rg, chairman of the building
ionunittee.
In charge of arrangements for
the ceremony are Judge Harold
B Spaet, president of the Home;
R'dney L. W.mtraub, chairman
P the building fund drive, Max
Creenberg and Harold Shapiro.
-The present building houses 14
|> the old folks, but, with the
^ew addition, 40 residents will be
wommodated.
"he new annex is located a
few feet from the old building on
S. W. 12th ave. and Third st. A
canopy-covered walk will lead
from the new annex to the chapel
and dining room of the old build-
ing. A sun porch 80 feet long,
with blue sun-protecting glass
windows, and furnished with
magazine tables and upholstered
chairs, will accommodate resi-
dents of the Home and their visit-
ors. ,
The building itself is of con-
crete block and stucco construc-
tion, with a red tile roof. In-
dividual rooms, each accommo-
dating two people, will be fur-
nished with two beds, a flow
lamp, a night table, a radio, two
chairs and two dressers. Eac-n
bedroom will have at least two
windows and will be mechanic-
(Contintii'd on Puge 4)
BWV Commander Here
When National Commander
JGton Richman of the Jewish
Ivv u rans initiates the Alfred
" Kohn memorial class of the
|*^<' Beach post Jan. 1, Miss
1*11 u Kohn' Alfred's sister,
fail .?mong lhe many veterans
I Am.g the oath of membership.
I A former WAC. Miss Kohn will
KlM i al ceremonies which
IT Replace at 8 p.m. Wednes-
rCceanni8 ^ thl Miami Beach
1 ,can Lt'g'on home.
L^mmander Hichman will Tr-
rJaft? Hurtfurd- Conn- Tues-
Km nT"Land Wi" met by
Kb" KJany Adams of the
|Wyt*nCh PSt and Sheriff
KL m Va,n- Rahman will
hEiia^ Year's Eve pflrtyat
K Xhotel and the Sw
"* ttme as Adams' guest.
fcclude u ,'n ceremonies will
a elogy by Rabbi Leon
*r of --Urnett K01*1 wU1 **
""Per wiirKremnieS- A buffet
'^rmanoVtr^- S* Feld
'I the evening.
Installation of officers of the
newly-organized Ladies auxili-
ary of the post will also be held
Wednesday evening. Officers ar
Mrs. Sol Jaffe. founder of tne
auxiliary, president; Mrs So'
Friedman, senior vice president.
Mrs. Willard Bender, juntoi
president; Mrs. Ben Niren. treas-
urer; Mrs. J. Gerrig. judge advo-
cate; Mrs. Herman SokoloW,
chaplain, and Mrs Theodore Gul-
kis, Mrs. Julius Oshlag and Mrs.
I. Crystal, trustees.
All Jewish veterans of tn
Greater Miami area are ellgiOM
to become initiated Wednesday
night. Arrangements may oe
made with Commander Adams.
The class to be inducted me-
morializes Staff Sgt. Kohn son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Kohn,
600 W. 45th st. He was killed
while serving as an invas^n cor-
respondent for "Stars and Strip.
in southern France. He had been
news editor of the Algiers edition
and managing editor of the Rome
edition of the Army newspaper.
WORLD CONGRESS UPHOLDS STATEHOOD.
URGES RESISTANCE OF WHITE PAPER
Before voting on the London conference, the World
Zionist Congress adopted, after many hours of discussion,
which grew extremely acrimonious at times, the following
resolutions:
Confirming the Biltmore Declaration which calls for the
establishment of Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth.
The wording of the resolution was attacked by Zisling, who
urged that it be changed to read "a Jewish Commonwealth
in a whole and undivided Palestine." Both he and Morde-
chai Bentov of the Hashomer Hatzair, left-wing Socialists,
charged that the Zionist executive paid lip service to the
demand for a Jewish state in Palestine, but actually sup-
ported partition. These and other minority proposals were
defeated.
Condemning the White Paper and calling for resistance
against its policies. This was adopted unanimously, but
a debate developed on the section of the resolution calling
for implementing the struggle against the White Paper.
Bentov stressed that the resistance must be carried on
through legal and illegal immigration and colonization, but
not bv terrorism. _. ....
Scores Terrorism-Urges Dissidents to Subnut to Discipline
Condemning "murder and shedding of innocent blood
be waged."
trial or release,
repudiating their activities.
Zionist Organization not ^soWede_ ^
This resolution P^PfS ?he Revisionists not be seated
wing ^es demandmajhattt.. ^ ^ d d
ta any official ^tnnnosing automatic suspension if the
and the SESMSSW allotted time.
J^SASSSi Will Be Sought
me World Zionist Congress
resolves that under the existing
circumstances the Zionist move-
ment will not participate in the
conference on Palestine which
the British government is holding
in London. If a change should
take place in the situation, the
Actions committee of the World
Zionist Organization shall con-
sider the matter and decide
whether to participate in the con-
ference or not."
Prior to adoption of the resolu-
tion, the 24 delegates of the
Hashomer Hatzair declared that
they would vote for attendance
at the conference only if the
British government abolished the
White Paper, ceased expelling
Jewish immigrants from Pales-
tine and did not partition Pales-
tine into separate Jewish and
Arab states.
Failure to Elect Attacked
~The decision to adjourn the
Congress without electing a new
executive, which was voted 116
to 37 with 65 delegates abstain-
ing, came after the Congress had
marked time for 24 hours during
which party leaders were at-
tempting to reach an agreement
(Continued on Page 4)
lb.,ew,sn ^*~:- to explore
mstructing "M5"cooperation. Eliezer Pro,
he possibles j*Sd th0t hlS grUP ^
0 ,he Hashomer H^ '^ d a bi.na.ional Arab-
Earned from ^ecausej^ ~ ^ mqed an
Jewish state. Moshew.^ ^ ^
the
COMIC DANCER HERE
FOR BEACH Y CONCERT
Iva Kitchell, renowned dancer
and humorist, who will appear on
the Community Concert Series
under the auspices of the YM St
WHA of Miami Beach at the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school to-
morrow evening, has made an en-
viable place for herself in the
world of the dance with her
unique one-woman shows. Back
of her seemingly carefree satire
can be seen an artist developed
through long preparation. She
has studied with some of the
world's greatest dancersDolin,
Caton, Minura, Celli and Staats
of the Paris Opera.
At 14 she became a member of
the Chicago Opera Ballet. Her
way of relaxing from her strenu-
ous hours of classes, rehearsals,
and performances was to regale
her colleagues with caustic im-
personations of the temperament-
al soloists. One of these hilarious
episodes was witnessed (unknown
to Iva) by the ballet master.
Instead of ending Miss Kitch-
ell's dance hopes, this occurrence
furthered them. She was assign-
ed her first comedy role, an im-
mediate success, and subsequently
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Personally Speaking. .
Baron de Hirsch Meyer cele-
brated the launching of his
barge in Biscayno bay Satur-
day with a party. Dignitaries
of Miami and Miami Beach
were among the many guests.
Temple Israel will welcome
vacationing college students
and other young adults at the
first postwar Homecoming Sun-
day evening in Kaplan hall.
The British West Indies is the
spot Mr. and Mrs. George
Chertkof, 1751 S. W. 16th ter..
selected for a vacation. They
are spending the holidays in
Jamaica Rabbi Max Sha-
piro is on a Latin-American
tour for the National Conferende
of Christians and Jews ... Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Goldman cele-
brated their 25th wedding an-
niversary on Wednesdaythe
25th day of the month.
Donna and Jay Makovsky
were given a Chanukah party
Tuesday by their parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Irwin A. Makovsky, at
their home, 825 West ave.
Robert L. Berkowitz, of Brook-
lyn, N. Y., is spending the holi-
days with his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129
S. W. 12th st.
Miss Marilyn Younger,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Younger, 2400 S. W. 24th st.,
is vacationing from her studies
at Northwestern university,
Evanston, 111., where she is a
freshman Mrs. Harry Dan-
ziger, 9032 Carlyle ave., is en-
tertaining her brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Moss, and their daughter, Sally,
of New York. They are spend-
ing six weeks at the Roney
Plaza hotel Enjoying the
holidays with her brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Norden, 5441 Alton rd.,
is Mrs. Pearl Wilsker, of Chi-
cago.
Mrs. Sylvia Levitt, secretary
in the district B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization office in Atlanta,
is vacationing at Miami Beach.
. Miss Irene Stern of Colum-
bia, S. C, is visiting her broth-
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Friedman, while
vacationing from the University
of South Carolina.
Returning to the University
of Miami after the New Year
will be Miss Renee Leibovitz,
who is visiting her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. A. C. Leibovitz, in
Passaic, N. J.
Nelson Sabin, distinguished
American baritone of Newark,
N. J.. is visiting his cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rakoff, 701
Meridian ave. Mr. Sabin ap-
pears in about 100 concerts
each season and is freguently
heard over the radio.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Balkin, of
St. Louis, Mo., are visiting their
son, Gilbert Balkin, and family,
at Miami Beach. They are
stopping at the Grand Plaza
hotel. Mr. Balkin will return
to St. Louis next week, but his
wife will remain through the
season.
Miss Jean Cohen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cohen, 418
Alcazar ave., Coral Gables,
flew home last weekend from
Albuguergue, N. M., where she
is a graduate student at the
University of New Mexico.
Mrs. Benjamin Grossman of
Boston is spending several
weeks at Miami Beach. She
was accompanied by her sons,
Mordecai and Joseph, students
at Harvard university, and Her-
man, who attends the Jewish
Theological seminary.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Mirelman, of
New York city, are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Levitan, of Miami Beach.
When Maj. Aaron Kaminsky
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Sa Marie photo
Wm. Singers to Honor
Newlyweds Sunday
Over 400 people have been in-
vited to attend a reception in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
E. Singer which will be given by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D.
Singer, of 1822 S.W. 12th ave.. at
the Honey Plaza hotel Sunday
afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m.
The young Singer* are honey-
mooning at Miami Beach follow-
ing their wedding at the Hotel
Pierre, New York. Sunday after-
noon. After New Year's, they will
fly t.i Philadelphia where Mr.
Singer will complete his studies
at thv Whaiton School of Finance.
Mrs. Singer is the former Har-
riet SUvci man of New Castle, Pa.
Weinkles Say Vows
In Candlelight Rites
In candlelight ceremony por-
l.umed by Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Miss Miriam Shaff became the
bride of Milton L. Weinkle Sun-
day evening at Beth David syna-
gogue. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff, 1886
S. W. 16th ter., and Mr. Weinkle
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Barney
Weinkle. 4122 Pine Tree dr.
Attending the bride were the
Misses Bella Shaff, maid of
honor; Sylvia Shaff, Jacquelyn
Nadel. Leslie Goldberg and Mar-
jorie Gerstein. bridesmaids. Dr.
Stanley Weinkle served as best
man and Seymour Sussman, Ken-
neth Lipman, Lee Frederick Gold-
berg and I. Rhett Mayers were
groomsmen. Carolyn Weinkle
was flower girl and David Kap-
lan was ringbcarer. Ushers were
Julian Weinkle and Sidney Kap-
lan.
Following the ceremony, a
dinner was held on the roof of
the Alcazar hotel, Miami.
Guests from out of town in-
cluded Max Yudelson. the bride-
groom's grandfather; Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Yudelson and daughter,
Frances, all of Atlanta, Ga.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami High where she was a mem-
ber of Tri Beta sorority. She
studied piano and voice at Miami
Conservatory of Music.
Mr. Weinkle is a student at the
Emory university school of den-
tistry in Atlanta and is past presi-
dent of Alpha Omega dental fra-
ternity and Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity. He served three and
one-half years in the Navy.
The couple will honeymoon in
Miami Beach and then leave for
Atlanta, where they will make
their home at 3139 Pace Place
Ferry N. W., until his graduation
in June.
ilE^PiCEMBER e
Follows Stein WedrW
Honeymooning in v, .
Mr. and Mrs! HairyfcjjJ
were married yesterdavT* M
at Miami Beach JeX>
with Rabbi Irving UwH
gating. The bJe Iffe*
Miss Anita Holland, dauta*!
Mr. and Mrs. David S M
411 Meridian ave,, and ^1
groom,.s,h,sonofMribtl
Jack Stem f Balt,moreyl
Miss Rose Stem, the kriJ
groom s sister, was maid of h^l
Bridesmaids were the &|
nee Perlman, Louise Cluck ,"1
crly Leis and Ann Freed,
Philip Perlman served as
man and William Schwara,
Jerome Foland, Ehott Hacl
Norman Freedman and hVhl
Popolow were ushers. Harriet <>
trie was flower girl and J
Hecker the ringbearer.
Out of town guests were kj
and Mrs. Jack Stein and Mr Jj
Mrs. Sam Stein of Baltim
Md.; Mr. and Mrs. B. Pedn,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Freedman I
Mr. and Mrs. E. Walsh of I
lyn. NY.; the Misses Ef fie L.
man and H Freedman of Bri_
wick, Ga ; Mr. and Mrs. H. Freed]
man of Hazlehurst, Ga., and Mil
A. Cohen of F.ir Roekaway, ffl
A reci ption at the Undal
Arms hotel was held for the fam]
ily and friends following
ceremony.
Mis. Stein is a graduate of]
ami Beach Senior High ail
Bunce School of Laterals
Technie. Her husband art
schools in Baltimore, Md,
served four years in the
He is the owner of Benner 1
Bag, Inc
The couple will reside at ]
ami Beach.
Dr. Max Kaufman will |
on "The Goals of Men of I
Will" during services it
this evening at the Hoi
Jewish Community Center.
vices will be at 10 un.!
%
undine's
Orloff's dainty sachets
and quilted hangers in
gift sets
>2
Set
Miss Silvern Selects
Early Spring Wedding
Eai ly sp; ing has !>,:. i hosen I y
Miss Enid Ila Silvern for her
marriage to J M Silverstein, son
'of Mr and Mis David Silverstein
of Birmingham. Ala. Miss Silvern
is the daughter of Dr and Mrs.
Irwin Silvern, 2000 S W 12th st.
A student at th.- University of
Alabama, the bride-elect is maj-
oring in elementary education. She
was formerly vice president of]
Sigma Delta T.ui and as secretary
of the Elementary Education
council
Her fiance is a graduate of Ala-
bama Polytechnic Institute at Au-
burn and was a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi. He served two of his
three y< ars In the Army overseas
with the rank of first lieutenant
li '
Delicately fragrant sachet
salin balls by Orloff, com-
bined with Textron's quilt-
ed rayon covered coaf
hangers what a nice
gift idea for someone who
has lovely clothes!
MIA.MI STORK, RIBBONS AND
TIUM.MINUS, SECOND FLOOR
Store hours 9:30 to 5:30
Telephone 3-1141
Call 4-7485 for
SOLAR HEATER
HELP!
Repairs of All Kinds
Electrolysis Bushings
Boosters Installed
Solar Water Service
DON S. COLEMAN
( AMIO
DR. FRANK S. FINGER
OPTOMETRIST
Announces the OpeninQ of Hit Office in the Cablet Theatre Builelej
2031-1 Alcazar Avenue, Coral Cablet
EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES FITTED REPAIRS
Telephone 48-1390
Miami Beach has never
seen anyone like to!
New York "TIMES": "fcJ
ought to travel *
trail of the various WH
companies to restore sniff. I
John Martin,
to go home."
THE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES
"LIFE" Magazine: "Her audi-
ence was convulsed call-
ed back until all she
could do was gasp she
was plain tired and wanted
PRESENTS
I
KITCHELL!
COMIC DANCE FIND OF THE WM (
"TIME" Magaiina: ". mas- New York "PM i -^J
tered techniques of ail dance ft*
ballet styles." even.ng.
December 28. 1946 Miami Beach High School
Adm. $3.00 (Tax IncU J
AUSPICES: YM fc WHA OF MIAMI BEACH.
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-5319
SIArOOD RESTAURANTJfcffg"*i
He
LOUMCE
COLLINS AVE. at 15th $T.
MIAMI BEACH
MONDAY and TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30-31
CLAUDETTE COLBERT EXTRA!
JOHN WAYNE "THE PALESTINE PROBLEM"
The quettion that MUST be an-
" Without Reservations" "w"*lllt0MARCHn,oV"".me""0'
sim in t
CHARCOAL 8RO1LE0 STEAKS C.
V-WAWIWKI.EY.JR. MANAGING ***fy
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DECEMBER 27, 1946
Alton Road hospital will be
opened some time between Jan.
5 and IS under the auspices of the
Mt. Sinai hospital corporation.
n de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
announced this w<
Meanwhile the 50-bed institu-
tion Which will serve as a Stop-
gap until Mt. Sinai hospital is
bunt, has been undergoing alter-
ations since Nov. 15 under the
supervision of Daniel Ruskin and
Hairy Markowitz.
Marguerite Hughes, RN. has
been named director of nurses for
the hospital. She was formerly
director of the college of nursing
at Marquette university. Milwau-
Wis.
Other staff appointments await
the arrival of Hospital Director
Lester Barron, who is exp.
here Jan 2 from Brookline, Mass.,
where he has been in charge of
ton General hospital.
Originally opened in 1936 by an
individual doctor, the hospital
later sold i the City of Mi-
ami Beach. Before the city could
turn it into operati m, the war
started and the building was
[Marguerite Hughes. RN. director of nurses at Alton Road JJJJjL0*'' tu lh Nav>' tor a dis-
IhosDital looks over the beds which will be used in the new Mt %na, ..__, ,
ES quarters set up behind the hospital. With her is Mrs. ,X S ft^taiC
Irlarry Markowitz (rights______.^____________ ust-
L BI JANUARY 15TH
Jeception and Dinner
Bonor Zelig Hirsch
Honoring their son. Zelig, on
b Bar Mitzva, Mr. and Mrs.
lack Hirsch. 645 Lenox ave., will
hosts at a reception and din-
er this weekend.
| Following his Bar Mitzva at
tturday morning services in
leth Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch
. hold a kiddush at the syna-
gue for friends and relatives.
[Sunday evening, a dinner for
M family will be held at the
lictor hotel.
Zelig is an eighth grade stu-
nt at Ida M. Fisher school. His
other is president of the Beth
|acob Sisterhood.
Asks End oi Quota
[NEW YORK, (JTA) Resolu-
ns calling for the relaxation
! quota restrictions in the U.S.
emigration, law to permit the
[fated States to admit its "fair
ire" of displaced persons, Jew-
li and non-Jewish, and the pool-
s' of quotas not used during the
?* years, regardless of country
"f origin, so that DP's could enter
country immediately, were
opted by 3.000 delegates at-
1mg the 17th annual conven-
P. of the HIAS Council of Or-
ganizations.
Dot Ruskin, head of the committee in charge of readying the
Alton Road hospital ior its formal opening next month, in-
spects the latest type of sterilization eguipment which is one
oi the many modern machines at the institution.
Bernard Whites Live
In Washington. D. C.
Washington. DC, will be the!
home of Bernard S. White and |
his bride, the former Ruth Baskin.
who were married Sunday at the
Hotel 2400 in the capital city.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Maurice Baskin of Washington
and Miami Beach, is a graduate
of the University of Pennsyl-
vania where she was a member
of Sigma Delta Tau sorority.
Her husband was graduated
from the University of Nebraska
and Creighton university law'
school, Omaha. Son of Morris
White of Omaha, he is a member1
of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and'
during the war served as a lieu- !
tenant in the Navy.
Among guests at the wedding
were the bride's mother and her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. [
and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin of
Miami Beach.
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Hecker Wedding Set
WED AT RABBI'S HOME For New Year's Eve
Plan New Year's Event
Just about the only local syna-
gogue whose members will get
together New Year's Eve is Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. A dance and
buffet supper will be sponsored
at the Golf Park Town and Coun-
try club, Gratigny rd. at N. W.
27th ave., by the Men's club.
Proceeds go to the club-sponsored
youth activities at the Temple,
says Abe Solosko.
Miss Teresa Aronson. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob G. Aron-
son. 1036 N.W. 63rd St., became
the bride of Benny Grossberg at
a ceremony at the home of Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitrnan, N. Bay-
shore dr., Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Mr. Grossberg is the son of Mrs.
Mary Grossberg of Bronx, N.Y.
Mrs. Marjorie Aronson, Matron
of honor, and Joseph Aronson,
best man, attended the couple.
Following the ceremony, a dinner
was hi Id at the Russian Bear for
the immediate family.
The newlyweds are students at
the University of Miami where
Mrs. Grossberg is studying for her
bachelor of arts degree. She serv-
ed two years in the Navy and was
a student nurse at Jackson Me-
morial hospital. Mr. Grossberg is
majoring in music. He was re-
cently discharged from the Army
l which he served three and
one-hall years. He received the
purple heart.
The couple is now residing at
79 S.W. 12th St., Miami.
In future years, New Year's
Eve will be the wedding anni-
versary of Jerome J. Hecker, 741
Sixth St.. and Miss Meriam Kan-
trowitz of Glen Falls. N. Y., who
will be married Tuesday evening
' at the home of her cousins, Mr.
iand Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.
W. Third st.
Mrs. B. Belkin and Mrs. Mur-
ray Schwartz will attend their
I sister, who will be given in mar-
riage by her mother, Mrs. Jennie
Kantrowitz, and brother-in-law,
B. Belkin.
Murray Schwartz will be best
! man for Mr. Hecker. whose par-
' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolf,
will also attend.
The couple will reside at Mr.
Hecker's Miami Beach home. A
former Army sergeant, he attend-
ed New York university and is
active in the Jewish War Vet-
erans, B'nai B'rith and the Amer-
ican Legion. The bride-elect at-
tended schools in Glen Falls.
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IN HEALTH AS IN SICKNESS
Although it is gratifying to note that a kosher kitchen will be
established at Mt. Sinai hospital, we cannot overlook the gross
violations of kashius blatantly occurring here, particularly at
the Beach. Every principle of decency is shoved aside as kosher
dining rooms and hotels advertise promiscuously. Without lear
or regard for an unsuspecting public, these merchants do their
way misleading customers into believing that every letter of the
dietary law is lived up to.
We have two kashruth organizations in existence, but neither
has dared the unpleasantries involved in exposing these frauds.
While many of our people pay no attention to these traditional York# to Milton Feldman
requisites of diet, those who do are entitled to receive what they Miami Beach They will
, .... ... married in the early pan
seek and what they pay for. sDrina
The community through its Federation and congregational ac-1 P^J- Harold Robin teacher
tivities expends funds to see that kashrus is maintained. 0ur!and pianist, was hostess to a
local government officials have provided kashrus laws for {group 0f her pupils at a music-
protection of its residents. The enforcement of these require- aie in her home, 6231 N. W.
me,s remain a ,e,posibuy 0, b. o,gai..io, .ormsd and M^gttSESi
endowed for that purpose.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING .
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
flew In from Denver unexpect-
dly last week to visit w"e. d>y ^ th# Beach y Thot# who
JNWA CITES FOUR
Golden book certificate* were
awarded io members of the
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance at their meeting Satur-
Bee, and their two children.
Joseph and Marion, 1056 Euclid
ave, his family surprised him
in return by accompanying
him back to Denver to make
their home there. Maj. Ka-
minsky is stationed at Fitzsim-
TdgeandMrs. Kenneth Oka. HOME TO DEDICATE
515 W. 30th st., announce the NW ANNEX SUNDAY
engagement of Mrs. Oka's sis-
ter. Mrs. Evelyn Miller, of New
received the awards were Dr.
Harry Queen. Henry Seitlin, A.
Sirola and S. Ashkenaay.
The group will have a New
Yer't eve party at the William
Perm hotel. David Freedman
will be chairman.
be
of
lowed for that purpose. New Enqland Conservatory of each room.
The assurance of a kosher kitchen for Mt. Sinai has been firmary a
(Continued from Page 1)
ally air-cooled. A connecting tile
bathroom, including a shower,
will be located between each two
rooms. The lighting system will
be fluorescent.
Special rooms for bed-ridden
residents will be maintained. A
corridor will lead off into the
rooms, in the center of which will
be a nurse's station, having a
modern annunciator system to
There will be an in-
qualified.
for
dietary laws.
We wish the same assurance could be provided ; Te(jcly Nelson, son of Mr. and
and medical-examina-
tion and treatment room in the
,. t i non iwr;ii 'building, which will have modern
our residents and our visitors who want to observe the Mrs. Irving Nelson, 1320 Mich-, m,. igan ave.. is spending the non-j ^ builclinR wjll havc a main
days at home with his family. (,nti;iru.t, in thc center, and two
A law student at the University S1(k, entrances, one of which will
of Florida, he is vice president (llIlUlin ramp for wheel-chair
of the Cooperative Living or-; cases, if necessary. The old build-
ganization. His sister, Judy, a ing has been modernized by new
voice student at the University furniture in the dining room and
of Miami, sang in the concert, living room. The kitchen has
at Bayfront Park last Friday '>''" equipped with two separate
evening with Caesar LaMon- n-fngorators. stoves and other fa-
, y cilities, to conform with strict
ica s orchestra. koghep dictary laws Pcrmanent
Miss Ruth Borochoff, of At- concrete tables and benches, with
lanta, Ga., arrived Monday by sun umbrellas, have been install-
plane to be the guest of her ed in the patio,
cousin, Miss Katherine Peretz- j Public officials of the commu-
man, of Miami Beach. Mr. and nity have been invited to attend
Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 Sunday's event. The program
15th st., entertained their chil- *>U bc opc'icl !7 Gn?%>
, ___,______iu;u, r, Miami Jewish Folk Chorus of 60
dren and grandchudren at a ^^ xq
breakfast parry Wednesday in wiU ^ M master of cercmonics
honor of Mrs. Peretzman s birth- Among lhc spCakers will be
day. Judge Harold B. Spact, Sydney L.
Mrs. Etta LeVine returned Weintraub, Mrs. Benjamin
from Chicago Saturday after Sherry, Mrs. Louis Herzog, Rabbi
attending the funeral of her Leon J. Risicoff and Dr. David
mother, Mrs. Ida Waxman, who s Andmn. Public officials will
died in Chicago Dec. 15. Mrs. d"J* introduced.
Waxman is survived by eight Although the goal of $.5^)00 for
, ., ,_ ... the building fund drive has not
children, 13 grandchildren and y(.t b(.(.n rcachcd, the buiiding
WORLD CONGRESS UPHOLD. IEWISH STATE.
URGES RESISTANCE OF WHI \ PAPER
(Continued from P: J)
amendment declaring that the "Jews hould help the Arab
masses fight against the imperialist tendencies of their
rulers," but it was defeated. A Revisionist spokesman said
that his party had not voted on the resolution because it
cloaked a desire for partition.
Instructing Keren Hayesod and Jewish National Fund
offices throughout the world that no funds aie to be allotted
to other organizations without the approval of the Jeru-
salem headquarters of the respective organizations or the
Agency executive. Where other fund campaigns conflict
with the Keren Hayesod or the JNF, the latter are to be
given priority. The two organizations are also authorized
to levy taxes in Palestine with the approval of the Zionist
Executive.
Other resolutions approved included those opposing any
new trusteeship for Palestine; expressing thanks to the U. S.
government for its efforts on behalf of Zionism; thanking
the Christian committees throughout the world that are
supporting Zionist aims; thanking the kings of Sweden and
Norway for the assistance their people gave refugee Jews
and approving a budget of S62,000.000 for next year.
ZIONISTS ADJOURN WITHOUT ELECTING.
FAIL TO ACT DIRECTLY ON PARTITION
(Continued from Page I)
on the composition of the new
executive.
When David Remcz, who had
been chairing the meeting since
yesterday afternoon, announced
that the standing committee
could not agree on a slate and
suggested that the Actions com-
mittee be given full power to
choose a new executive, he was
bitterly attacked by Aron Zisling
outlook. They have also raised
the question of the position
claimed for Dr. Silver by the Gen-
eral Zionists.
The American delegates, who
were due to leave Basle this
morning in order to arrive in
Paris and London in time to catch ;
the planes <>r ships on which they ,
had reserved passage, decided
ten great-grandchildren. Ac- Wlll not be fully compieted until
companying Mrs. LeVine home ,. K:I\ IS reached. Shapiro said
was her elder daughter, Natalie, this week. However, he reported
a freshman student at the Uni- that results have been very grati-
versity of Chicago. Natalie
will remain here until Jan. 3.
Miss Phyllis Jean Rosenthal,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert
E. Rosenthal. 1031 S. W. 23rd
ave., will arrive in Miami Mon-
fying, and the building is ready
for partial occupancy.
The fund drive consists of va-
rious methods of raising funds,
of which personal solicitation is
the principal means. This was
enhanced by the individual drives
of the Miami Women's Auxiliary
day before returning to the Uni-
versity of Alabama where she under the leadership of Mrs. Louis
is a junior. Miss Rosenthal Herzog, and of the Miami Beach
spent part of her vacation in Women's Auxiliary under the
New York and Bridgeport, leadership of Mrs. Benjamin
icel their iConn" and allended a holiday Slli'".v, u u
ion ^iparty.given by cadets at the h A life ^.j
of the left-wing Achdut Avoda ^^^
who demanded that the Congress favc' ""P* that they could Point. While in New York dry. Shapiro said
triumph in the elections.
The Amercans believe that an
agreement can be reached on the
basis that ;(n executive of 20
be elected, of whom 10 will re-
side in Jerusalem, seven in the
United States and three in Lon-
remain in session until it elected
an executive.
Pointing out that the present
Congress was of unusual impor-
tance because it marked a sig-
nificant change in the Zionist
policy adopted at Paris last sum-
mer, Zisling demanded an elec-
tion which would establish the
relative forces within the move-
ment.
London Parley Still An Issue
The biggest stumbling block to expre8ged regret' ttuTtii
reaching an agreement on a new
she attended the wedding of ,
Miss Mane Singer, of 1358 S.W. Greenberg, grossed
Third st.
and the dollar bill
sponsored by Max
over $20,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldberg Center Ground-Breaking
are spending the holidays with -.
their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Attended by Many
don. Ben Gurion would head M"-Maurice deHusch College-j First spade of ground for the
the Jerusalem section of the Px-Iman' ol Miami Beach. Mr. new Miami Beach Jewish Center
ecutive, while Dr. Silver and Dr. Goldberg is attending the Uni-; building was turned by Harry
Emanuel Neumann would direct
the Washington branch.
In a closing address. Ben Gurion
executive is the question of par-
ticipation in the London confer-
ence, with the Silver forces stand-
ing by the Congress resolution for
non-attendance at present. Ben
Gurion and the Poale Zion rep-
resentatives are equally adamant
in demanding an understanding
which would permit participation
in the talks.
Other points of difference are
the party structure in the pro-
posed executive, the representa-
tion to be given the various
groups in the coalition and the
political tendencies of the new
executive. The Laborites are in-
sisting that the executive as a
whole represent a progressive
e Con-1 from Denver, Colo., where he
gress had been unable to
ieen unable to com-
plete th( tasks laid upon it. in
view of the creat responsibility
which has fallen on the Zionist
movement as a result of the de-
struction of the largest portion of
European Jewry. He greeted
Weizmann as "a man whose life-
work has consisted of the greatest
political conouest for Zionism
namely the Balfour Declaration
and whose activities brought
about the Greatest achievements
of the Jewish people in the work
for the people of Palestine He
assured the displaced Jews in
Europe and the detainees in
Cyprus that the Jewish people
will not rest until they are
brought to Palestine
versity of Virginia in Charlottes- Sh kin. treasurer, at 17th st. and
ville. The Collegemans' son, Washington ave.. Sunday aftcr-
LeRoy, arrived home this week noon.
from Denver, Colo., where he More ihan 1.000 guests, includ-
has been employed as an engi- inH Congo ssman-F.lect George
neer by the U. S. Bureau of Sinathcrs, witnessed the ground-
Reclamation for the past six 'breaking for the building that will
months. He is planninq to take '"' t,u' lar**t Jewish place of
the Florida State Enyineerinq I w"rsh,P,n South,
examination Presiding at the ceremonies was
Critic Draws Bead
On Concert Spor^
It might not be ft. i
function to draw a faZ Cnt*
sponsors f a concert rattnU
the concert artists Ut"^
Justification for the t,H
following the peSy^H
Kozcnn-Chajc. rSfc, H
evening at Miami Beach w7
High school. """Sou,
Sponsored by the Greater J
ni Jewish Pult...., *H
ami Jewish Cultural
the music of Marguerite 12
soprano, and Julius Chaies Z"
poser-pianist, proved a ^eZ
experience. Their progrM
evenly balanced between YiddiS
and Hebrew melodies whose m
versahty transcended the strinw
religious to keep the interest |J
the concert-goer who enjon
music for its own sake and rut
particularly for the emoUoul
meaning.
The performers were not toial
in musicianship but they did pro.
vide an entertaining evenaw
However, too few people-ptj.
haps 150 at the mostattendej
the concert. One hundred fifty
people were all that the 16 mem-
ber organizations of the Culhiru]
committee could muster out oa]
a Sunday evening.
Only passive cooperation ndl
lip service to the ideal of the Cul-
tural committee have been eri.
denced this year by most of the |
affiliated organizations.
A'Jewish community of this I
size requires a cultural sens
which makes available to the peo-
ple an insight into their own folk
art. The Greater Miami Jewish
Cultural committee has the series.
But the committee will have to
sell its program to the commu-
nity before the series can be called
a success.reg.
BASLE, Switzerland (JTA)
Thc Arab league watched devel-
opments at the World Zionist
Congress closely, it was revealed
when Abbas Hilmi, head of the
league's propaganda department
arrived in Basle to act as an of-
ficial observer. Hilmi was closely
associated during the wu Wlth
the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem and
Rashid All el Gailani, former pro-
Naxi Iraq premier.
Nat Hankoff, chairman of the
drive for an additional $250,000
for the Center. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman conducted the religious
part of the service.
A large auditorium, social hall
with facilities for 1,000 persons
and two sets of modern kitchens
with provision for kashrus will
be included in the new Center.
A separate building will house 21
classrooms, kindergarten nursery
rooms, a library, auditorium and
offices.
COMIC DANCER HERE
FOR BEACH Y CONCERT
(Continued from Page 1)
toured with the Russian Ballet
until her keen analysis of humffl
frailties brought forth a series of
laugh-provoking dances which
led to her own solo recitals.
In her concert programs her
individuality as a humorist has |
won recognition for her both in
this country and in Europe She
portrays a Fuller Brush Man in j
an acid travesty on salesmen. She
gives a ludicrous description of
an "Occidental Girl Doing an Ori-
ental Dance." She gently mocks
at a none too adept chorus girL
In another number entitled "Ze
Ballet" she puts herself down"
Iva Kitchellova. prima ballerina,
assisted by the Imperial Invisible
Ballet company.
This young artist's dance pan-
tomimes and parodies were par-
ticularly popular in Europe. She
has recentlv given two hundred
recitals in the United States and
Canada and is a feature of CBS
television programs.
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COUNCIL TO RAISE FUNDS FOR NIL'
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Twelve teas will be held simultaneously throughout the city
from 2 to 4 p.m. next Friday afternoon to acquaint the member-
ship of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women,
with their new social welfare project-sponsorship of the Alex-
ander Graham Bell Oral school for pre-school-aged children.
It is expected that sufficient cheerful atmosphere.
funds to maintain and equip the M^ Hy Kapl;m and Mrs. Elry
Stone are chairmen of the com-
wuui ... mittee which arranged transpor-
city-wide broadcast over Station tho cm](iri,n. Special
WKAT at 3:20 p.m. Mrs. Edward Including a new class
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WKAT at a:au p.m. m.*. uw cquipnu.nt. meludinfi a new Class
L. Cowen is fund-raising chair- hea|.jnf, aj(1 js thl. conC(!rn of Mrs.,
man.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Larry Fay. 890 N. E. 75th
St.; Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs
Maurice Walker at the Walker
home, 554 Lakeview dr.; Mrs.
Joseph Williamson. 2825 Pram.'
ave.; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis and
Mrs. Monte SeliR. at the Selig
home, 725 DiLido dr.
Mrs. William Farr and Mrs. Ada
Joseph will receive guests at the
Joseph home. 1212 Everglades
concourse: Mrs. Sam Blank. 600
E DiLido dr.: Mrs. Jack Miller.
5313 LaGorce dr.: Mrs. Stuart
Gordon. 347 N. E. 26th ter.: Mrs.
George Adler. 1941 S. W. 18th st
And Mrs. Edward L. Cowen,
5050 Alton rd.; Mrs. Sam Weissel
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers at the
Myers home, 512 S W. 21st ave.:
Mrs. Herbert Scher with Mrs
Philip Weinstein at the latter's
home. 1516 S. W. 12th st.
Located at Lockhead Memorial
hall. Highland Park, the oral
school helps children to learn lip
reading and to use any residual
hearing they may have. At pres-
ent 21 youngsters are being taught
to speak despite the fact that they
may never have heard their own
voices.
With the school grounds re-
cently acquired from the City of
Miami welfare and recreation de-
partment, a Council committee
headed by Mrs. Leonard Egert is
furnishing and decorating the hall
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Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, chair-
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serves on the governing com-
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Nat Williams. Mrs. Benjamin
LeVine and Mrs Stanley C My-
ers, of Council, and Mrs. John
Gibbons. Mrs Betty Chambless,
Mrs, Allen Clements and Di
Dora Clemer, representing the
Miami Society for the Hard of
Hearing winch inaugurated the
school last year.
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Reports Due Sunday
Progress in the Miami Beach
Zionist district's campaign for
3.000 new members will be re-1
ported by drive captains and
committee chairmen when they
meet with Jack D. Burris. presi-
dent, and Dr. David S. Andron. I
chairman of the Campaign, at |
noon Sunday in the Beach Y.
Directors of the district will also
be present.
The district is continuing its
program of conducting rallies to
acquaint residents of Miami Beach
with the Zionist program.
Dr. Andron and Mr. Burris
were guests at a meeting in Beth
Tfilah synagogue Monday eve-
ning A Palestine film was shown
at the Temple Beth Sholom Men's
club meeting last night and Dr.
Andron gave a brief address.
New President of UAHC
To Address Temple
New president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath will
arrive in Miami next week. He
is scheduled to address the con-
gregation of Temple Israel, affili-
ate of UAHC, next Friday eve-
ning. Rabbi Eisendrath. formerly
executive director of UAHC, was
i 1, ct( d president following the
recent death of Adolph Rosen-
berg of Cincinnati.
Close Contest Is Seen
In Miami Y Elections
A highly contested election
is expected when Miami Y
members cast their ballots
Wednesday evening, Jan. 8, at
Temple Israel.
Three candidates, Leon Kap-
lan. E. Albert Pallot and Abe
Goldman, will seek the presi-
dency. Thirty of the 62 men
and women nominated for the
board of directors will be
elected. ____
Post-Chanukah Party
To Aid Rescue Fund
A post-Chanukah latke party
will bring members of the Pio-
neer Women's organization, club
number one, and their friends to-
gether Sunday evening at the
Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah,
1545 S. W. Third st.
Mrs. Pearl Raidman, chairman
of the child rescue fund, will
tender the party which will aid
the emergency fund for child res-
cue work in Palestine.
Guest speaker will be Harold
Shapiro. Mrs. Albert Naness,
lyric soprano, will sing, accom-
panied by Mrs. Jennie Kamern
at the piano.
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
Lena Pushkin, cochairman of the
child rescue fund. Hostesses will
be Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Sadie
K. Minivitz, Mrs. Anna Block,
Mrs. Daum and Mrs. Brody.
The public is invited.
Nursery Chil**,
Children of the |ZI
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at an early age. |
Tuesday afternoon u,..
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wh.rh marked the J *'
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t'an classmates. '
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The pro-school thiwj
been exchanging stoSI
bout their hmffg*
past few weeks.
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Thrilling Races
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WEEKDAY
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K chspt of
be sponsi
Ifraurig.
t-theT^nCtycoun-
,Vh Y, accord.ng to
council president.
West Palm
Sfll te special guests.
. box dance and rcgis-
noen the tournament.
S will be $3.50 per
rs of lhe
for
Sunday in-
at 9
"So-
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1 basketball game
ale preliminary on
.fiicinc" at 1 p.m.; bas-
il at 2:30 p.m.; debate
b 4 p.m., and a beach
Inkers Haulovcr, 8 p.m.
irSsions will include
oratoryanclnboatr.de.
' .timed as follows: foot-
ne' 9 a.m.: luncheon at
rith' Miss Gertrude Car-
district director of B nai
['.jrls work, as speaker;
contest, 2 p.m.. on the
i -The American Responsi-
[of World Peace"; football
p.m.; debate finals, 4:30
[boat ride. 8 p m.
ley Grossberg. past presi-
[ Chapter 322. arranged the
i and oratory events.
JAZA groups participating
[tournament are Sigma Rho,
Palm, Miami 322 and Poin-
FEB. 9 DESIGNATED
AS YIDDISH NITE
Feb. 9 has been set aside as
"Yiddish Nile" by Sholem lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
The 1947 edi-
tion of the all-
Yiddish comedy
variety pro-
gram will be
presented at the
Miami B e a i h
Senior High
school. Re-
hearsals are
now in progress
under the di-
rection of Ben
Essen, who also guided the pro-
ceedings last year.
J*k*MJhrfflari^
Ben Eiien
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom will participate in
lhe Miami Round Table discus-
sion program over Station WKAT
at 10 p.m. each Wednesday for
the next five weeks.
YOUNGSTERS INVITED
TO JOIN HABONIM
' md girls between the
ages of 12 and 14 years have been
mted to join the recently^"
ganized Habonim group which!
^"t 6 pm. each Thursday at
t ^TL Zedek Talmud
I" ah. 1545 S. W. Third st.
Miss Josephine Bcrman is ad-
visor to the group, which has
been meeting for the past two
months under the sponsorship of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation.
Members presented a play "The
Young Wanderers," at the Talmud
rorah last Sunday morning.
To Review Lodge's Work
Accomplishments of Sholem
lodge during the past year will be
reviewed by E. Albert Pallot.
'.outgoing president, at the B'nai
[B'rith luncheon 12:15 p.m. today
i in the Downtown Club restaurant
jSeybold bldg.
T--AGE SEVEN
Three Games Slated
In Beach Y League
Basketball team of the Royal
1 alms will play the Comets at 11
am. Sunday at the Beach Y, ac-
eording to Randy Polansky, ac-
tivities director. The Jesters will
Play against Club 8 at noon and
the Playboys will vie with the
Flamingos at 1 p.m.
Up to date the Playboys are in
the lead. Standings are:
Playboys........... 5
Flamingos ....... 4
Club 8.............. 3
Comets............. 3
Jesters ............. 1
Royal Palms........ 0
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MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
KB Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5861
Listen to the
Palestine
Report
Every Sunday Evening
Station WKAT
7:45 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST METRICf
Silverman Named
I Dave Silverman has been
chairman of the Gay
review which B'nai
I Women of Miami will spon-
|hdnesday evening, Jan. 22,
W. Flagler st. Tickets,
I at $1.45. are available from
lers of the organization.
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Local Pioneer Women
Entertain Executive
Milt Brandt
Miss Millie Brandt, recently
elected to the national executive
of Pioneer Women's Organization
for Palestine, arrived here yester-
day to spend
three weeks in
the interests of
the three local
chapters of
Greater Miami
Pioneer Wom-
en. She is head
of the legisla-
tive and social'
action program
for the 300
chapters of the
organization in
Canada, Mexico
and try United States.
Several luncheons, a tea, spe-
cial meetings and a seminar are
being ^planned by the Kadimah
chapter, Club Number One and
the Beach Club for Miss Brandt.
A native of England, Miss
Brandt was formerly national
vice president of the American
Jewish Congress and is active on
the legislative committees of AJC.
the New York State Board of
Women's International League
for Peace and Freedom, the New
York City Federation of Women's
Clubs and the New York State
and City Legislative committees
of the Liberal Party.
A quota of $650,000 for 1947
has been set by the Pioneer
Women to aid their sister organ-
ization, the Palestinian Work-
ing Women's council. The local
chapters are also doing their
share in the special $250,000
building and expansion fund to
erect 25 new children's homes
for young refugees in Palestine.
Reservations Closed
For New Year's Party
With 110 couples signed up for
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
New Year's Eve party, reserva-
tions have been closed, according
to Sidney Lewis, chairman of the
dance which will be held at the
Coral Gables Woman's club.
Ten couples from Pratt Genera]
hospital and Rabbi and Mrs. Al-
bert Michela of the Hillel founda-
tion will be guests at the affair,
Milton Rubin, soloist, and Her-
bert Cole, master of ceremonies,
will provide entertainment.
Eduardo F. Reyes, public rela-
tions counsel specializing- In
Latin-Amenian affairs, will be
guest speaker at the Center's
meeting Sunday evening, Jan. 5,
at the Hillel house. He will be
introduced by Dr. Leonard Gllclc-
stein. Sam Silver, president, will
conduct the short business meet-
ing prior to the program. Re-
freshments will be served.
Patients and personnel of Pratt
hospital were entertained by the
Center at a "cheese blintzes" party
following religious services Fri-
day evening. Children of the
Center's Sunday school attended
a Chanukah party at the Hillel
house Sunday. Mrs. Sidney Rich-
man was in charge,
Dance to Facilitate
Refugee Medical Care
A carefully dove-tailed pro-
mam to provide first-rate medical
services for all refugees now in
Palestine and for those who are
continuing to come into the coun-
try has been worked out by Ha-
dassah.
The plan provides for the ex-
amination of all immigrants on
arrival; medical service in hostels
and transit camps; general and
specialized hospitalization; con-
valescent care, supply of medical
appliances; dental treatment and
preventive medicine and hygiene
supervision in camps and settle-
ments.
The Miami Beach group of Ha-
dassah is contributing to the Ha-
daasah medical organization the
' entire proceeds of a donor dinner
I dance Jan 5 at the Copa Cabana
club. Reservations are being
, taken by the chairman of the af-
fair, Mrs. Joseph Lipton, and
Mrs Joseph Williamson and Mrs.
Louis Heiman.
BROTHERHOOD SKIT
PRESENTED FOR AJC
A skit, "Brotherhood In Action,"
was presented by Mrs. Max Sha-
piro, intcrfaith chairman, at a
meeting of the Miami Women's
division of the American Jewish
Congress Monday afternoon at
Beth David synagogue.
Bernard Gittelson of the Na-
tional AJC office was guest
speaker. Mrs. Joseph Fine, presi-
dent, conducted the meeting.
YPL to Aid Center Fund
Proceeds of Sunday night's
dance to be sponsored by the
Young People's league at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center will be
donated to the Center's building
fund.
The new Center will be located
at 17th st. and Washington ave.
TIE WESTERN
MEAT COMPANY
2122 N. W. Seventh An.
Miami, Florida
PHONE 3-7637
Seek Support for JDA
A resolution urging the alloca-
tion of $13,500 to the Joint De-
fense Appeal by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation has been
passed by the Miami Beach lodge
of B'nai B'rith.
A similar resolution for maxi-
mum financial support for JDA,
which raises funds for Anti-
Dcfamation league and American
Jewish committee activities, was
passed by Sholem lodge of B'nai
B'rith several weeks ago.
I
tfeance Jxmigkt!
Tonight we delve
into the realm of
the GOOD SPIRITS
. UNLESS YOU
PREFER THE
CHEAPER
BRANDS!
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Phone 6-3755
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PROPERTIES
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TRULY ROLEN. Pre*tdemi
Y Campers to Attend
Chanukah Reunion
Chanukah reunion of children
who attended the Miami Y home
camp last summer will be held at
3:30 p.m. today at the Y.
The campers will see movies,
play games and have community
singing. Refreshments will be
served.
FRIDAY,
Obituaries
PROPER
Charles I*roper. 70. of 1403 S. W
291h ave died Monday night In a
local li--pii.il after a brief Illness. ||,.
mine here seven yearn ago from New
York city and la survived by a ton
and a daughter there. The body was
sent to New York by the Palniei
Kiiini.il home Wednesday for final
.aid Interment.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVK.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
biislnesa under the fletltloua name ol
BCHAFFEK'H PLUMBINd CO., No)
Inc., at *21 8, YV. 18th Ave.. Miami.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SAMUEL ML BCHA9TER,
Bole owner.
HILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
12 27 1/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A 10181
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
M. 11.u km.-, holder of Qounlv T.i\
Cert If Irate No. 7(>K Issued the 6th dav
of June. All l'.MI, has filed same In
my office, and has made application
for a tax deed to be Issued thereon
Bald Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property In the County
Of Pule. State of Florida, to-wit:
W', Beotlon X. Township M South,
Range .tr, Baet containing Ito acres
more or less In the Countv of Dude,
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In th.
name of Chaa B. Krmentrout.
Unleu said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the propert)
described therein will be sold to tin
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
if February. 1947. which In the 3rd
dav of February. 1947.
Dated this 19th day of December,
194H.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. H LKATHF.RMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Count v. Florida
fly N C. STBRRETT. DC.
12/20-27 1/3-10

MR ANNUM*
ON
INSURED
SAVINGS
ACCOUNTS
The Federal Se vinos no' Loan Insurance Corpora-
tion isiur.i Individual account* up lo $5,000. Husband
end *lf. may h., Mai ef $ 11.000, fully inturad.
Chats Faderal sevlnos account, are leoel laved-
mash for Trust Funds, ai wall ai rSindi Said by uardU
ess, Administrators end Esecutors.
Funds invaded on er Safer, the 10th of the month
ears ai ef th. 1st ef th. currant month. Funds invaitad
attar tha 10th ears a* ef Iks first | tha following
month.
CURRENT DIVIDEND RATI
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Mil Llstels Read...M-a.|f n,c, |tlt ,, .it,.
osMreaa 8w |U.f*Mtt
C I. CLEMENTS, retldaat
l-nd t rig,,?'**. liSl
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{he undersigned, de.in^J.
business under the n.-nwl
KENDRICKg TOaTSM
8. W. Eighth Street, m(
MM name with th. nJ
NOTICE IS HEHEBYoid
the undersigned, deartajiji
business w.der the flctlttonai
ROYAL POINClANA RESTil
I' Ml s W 17th aSM
I Intend lo register f
with th.- dlerk of theCimiHI
I lade Ci unty, Florida
RUDOLF BE0E
MARTHA BECE
AMOg BENJAMIN.
All rnej fur Rudolf
A- Martha Urgent,
.".'' i llympla Hide. Mljall
27 I MO-H
NOTICE 18 HEREBTQIV
the iindnelKned, deinnjtosl
1 ess under the flctitlMi I
ALLAPATTAH l'Uol'ERTIaal
City of Miami, Klonds, IntMU
later the said name with Of
of the Circuit Court ol DAM
Florida. 1
ANN MBTERS WEIXSTEB
ANNA II RES'NEK MEIE"
:.T 1 3-10-17
NOTICE 18 IIEREBIGITI
the unilei .signed, desirinf to t.
business under the fictitious i
SIXTY-SECOND STREET I
TIBS, In, the City uf Mual,|
Intend to register the aid i
the Clerk of the Circuit Court J
County, Florida.
JKRKY WEINSTDN
1IKNJAMIN METERS
It'.HKRT 11RENXHR
IIKlt.MAS' H. BREXXE
12/30-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIT
the uml. r.-lc'ie.l. desirlnt to tsl
busll ess under the flctittoue aL
TROPICAL TRADERS, st *|
Itth Ave., Miami, FIs.. Wf
rssjlsti nid name wiul tail
the (licult Court of Ds
Florida. KEBA R*LSU
| I 3-Hi-lT Sole I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIY2
the umlrrnlened, deslniuitosjj
businesn under the flctltloiaM
VAN DYKE MOTORS, st 311
Bevei th Ave., Miami. K, am
reclster wid """ ""," J
of the Circuit Court ol W r
Fl0r"'a.|LARENCEJWAL
BAJlUEL FLEScH
ISAAC JOFFE.
1
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Attorney for AppUcanu.
1/29 U/I-U-I0-2J_______
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0IYI
the undersigned, deslrlnf to*
business under th' MMh
FLORIDA rPHOWTSLl
00.. i" the city of Wf* 1
lnt...l to register I****
the Clerk of th.-Circuit
I'-lB CH^iiHr!RT1|^''
HETTY HITMAN '-
Atti.rn.-v for Applicant*
ll/JS 12 l-lMf-M
NOTICE 18 HEREBY Orffl
Ihi^unT!.rs.gn..d deslrlWJMJ
,,f ,i. circuit ooort of !""
Alton H""1' "i'Siid nm*n
business ug%fijft, st WJJ
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AY DgEMBER 27, 1946
M YOBK-F-r the first time
fJSrv of the United States
ffii hii'bwn assigned
IS "regular Navy as chaplain,
' nnoun.-d here yesterday
1 bbi David de Sola Pool,
JSS of ihe Committee on
S"and Navy Religious Ac-
L^es of the National Jewish
to.ifare board. ,
Rfce fit rabbi to receive this
Action is Lt. (jg) Samuel So-
Soi Greensboro. N.C. Previous-
rrabbis had served in the Unit-
1 States Naval reserve and were
tiled to active duty only during
leriods of national emergency or
! peacetime maneuvers. During
RTorld War II. 311 rabbis, re-
lited, endorsed and served by
fcANRA, served as chaplains in
I Army and Navy.
Chaplain Sobel was graduated
tun Yeshiva ollego and receiv-
1 his master of arts degree from
Jolumbia university. Ordained by
k Jewish Institute of Religion in
|M5. he served at the B'er Chay-
i Congregation in Cumberland,
d, before receiving his com-
sion in the L'SNR in July,
K5. He served for almost a year
It Camp Elliott, San Diego, and
I now stationed at the U.S. Naval
eivinfi Station, Pearl Harbor.
I Groups to Celebrate
With "Nooky" Herbert as
Imaster of ceremonies, a gala
New Years eve dinner dance
Iwill be held by the Greater
iMiami Jewish Folk Chorus in
[conjunction with the Jewish
Peoples Fraternal Order and
lAmbijam at ihe Edwards ho-
|tel Miami Beach.
Reservations are being taken
Iby Mrs. N. Shandloff and Mrs.
IBirnbtrg.
Sisterhood Ends Year
Vith Dessert Luncheon
Cards and n.ah jong will fol-
io* a dessert luncheon to be held
F Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
pood of whieh Mrs. Alexander
W* is president The meeting
F' held 1 -so p.m, Monday in
P social hall of the Temple,
W Chase ave.
iSfiS VOTI0 TO
WXUIIOUI UV1NO
WIHER CUISINE
BEACH"
Youth Events Planned
For Rabbi's Visit
Rabbi Amran Prero, national
director of B'nai B'rith boj
work, of Washington, D.C
spend a week here early in Jan-
uary in the interest of local youth
activities.
Youth week will be ob
with a number of special i
during his stay.
Executive committees of the
Miami and Miami Beach men's
and women's B'nai B'rith lodge!
will meet with Rabin |
Thursday evening, Jan 9, to dis-
cuss local youth programs for
1947.
Monday night, Jan. 14, all B'nai
B'rith youth groups will attend a
rally at which Rabbi Prei
be principal speaker. Miss Gert-
rude Carnovsky, district directoi
of girls' work, is arranging the
rally.
Rabbi Prero, who was formerly
Hillel director at the Univi
of Florida, will meet with
youth group advisors at a t<
ing his visit here and wil
dress the University of n
Hillel foundation at the Hill. I
house Jan. 4.
^bUkrkttairi
face Facts
PAGE NINE
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BV GEORGE J TVH.M.VOFF
> !".' ' -Defamation League
*e year 1946 draws to J
'* back m syy
1 ending was one!
. from a warJrn
'" ;i reconversion period
t'ons of hate mon-
as hostilities ceased,
isonoushateemergJ
lheir rat holes. As a con-
:> bigotry and
p hatred
^ of Florida, the Klan
:- Asman, closely
with Gerald L K
Smith, : ved the headquarters of
'an Veterans Intelli-
to St Petersburg.
An,i-': and anti-Semi-
ers and leaflets made
The number of
lents markedly in-
d
V just ending saw
better informed public
powers of
used and in-
'|*na' : opinion that com-
;"i Hie Klan in this
' : '' tigeof respect-
Ministi civic leaders,
veteran | and convention
deh gati including 7.000 to the'
convention in
: lized their outrage
t thi rebirth of this and other
un"A es of hate and
ance,
Similarly, in the case of the.
Columbians, Inc., exposing the,
ctives of this sub-1
iup to the light of an
informed public opinion has put'
wth and has'
if ht about the arrest of its:
The year ahead points to the,
nut d, extensive in-
vestigat n and vigilance, for
there will be more Hitler-inspir-
: the Columbian var-
The years ahead call for
enlighti nment of all
MAYOR ASKS CAUTION E1S&&&
Shapiro to Address
Ft. Lauderdale Temple
A pair of candelabra will be
presented to Temple Emanu-El.
Ft. Lauderdale during the special
Youth Sabbath Service 8 p.m.
this evening by students confirm-
ed last year.
Participants in the service will
be Dickie Blume, Barbara Katz,
Nancy Newman and Marjorie
Robbins. Rabbi David Raab will
accept the gift on behalf of the
Temple.
Guest speaker will be Hai
Shapiro of Miami Beach, chair-
man of Young Judaea. His
will be "Wither the Youth of To-
day?"
Miss Marian D. Cohen, soprano,
will be guest soloist. A reception
will be given by the Sistei
following the service to which the
public is invited.
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Mayor Perrine Palmer today
asked the people of Miami to ac-
cept personal responsibility for
preventing accidents in the city
during the holiday season. He
called for individual coop-
with the Dade County Safety
council and other organizations
in Miami that are striving to
make this an accident-free sea-
ton.
Throughout the country the
National Safety council is lead-
ing 130 national organizations in
a campaign to hold down the toll
that accidents have commonly
claimed during this time in for-
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Miss Dorothy Golden was
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Israel Youth Group at election
of officers Sunday evening at the
Temple.
Others elected were Stewart
Jacobs, vice president; Miss Bar-
ban Boyell, secretary, and Jules
Pearlman, treasurer.
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(Copyright, 1946. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
PLAIN TALK
STROM ALFRED SEGAL
MIKE'S STORY
In our town Miko Aranson has
become a monumental figure of
World War I. Before the sec-
ond war it used to be said that
there could never be another
war as long as there were those
left like Mike Aranson who in
their own wounds admonished
men.
Mike Aranson lost his eyes in
the Argonne battle. The da#e was
Sept. 29, 1918. He was a bright
her children. "She labored at
"B-Tin -Sing wit
conscience before Mike W
could decide to study for the Re-
form Rabbinate a 'he Hebrew
Union College! H.s mother
deeply orthodox. A few biif
years at the college and then Uw
SS war and Mike Aranson
again was taking his cons.
ide for solemn deliberation
What to do about
oepi. :, into, ne was a i"'S"*i wnai. # .
eyed, smiling boy; I was with him Sure, the laws said he couioswy
on his regiment's journey to out of it, but what was I
Camp Sheridan for training be-
fore it went to France.
There was something special in
Pvt. Mike Aranson. (Later hi
A friend advised him to stay
out and keep on trying to be a
rabbi instead of a soldier. But
Mike replied: "I could not go
was to be sergeant major of his through life constantly rermna-
... I* _____K l-..t a ? t 1 til O I 1 K O
battalion.)
He didn't have to go to war,
He was studying to be a rabbi
at the Hebrew Union College m
Cincinnati. For reasons that
aren't clear at all the govi rnment,
in that war as in the more recent
one. considered the persons of
theological students sacred and
not to be submithd to the haz-
ards of war. Mike Aranson was Roll of G
ing myself that at a time like
this, when the country called
for volunteers. I let others go
while I stayed home. My con-
science would never stop tor-
menting me."
He enlisted. "My nan., ap-
peared in the newspaper 01 an
Honor Roll. Shall my name
also be mentioned on the H noi
exempt from military duty but
he enlisted anyway.
His division move.! i n to France
and to its first battle. "O I
Well, Mike Aranson, i me those damned snipers out ol that
sightless and continued his stu- tree," Major Dube shouted. Mike
dies for the rabbinati and was or- Aranson sent several bullets from
dained. He is Rabbi Michael his pistol up into the tree. He
Aranson but around lure he was terrified. He thought thai
is affectionately "Mike" an sibly he had shot and killed,
all of us who remei ei the Then thi battle in t i A gonne.
bright-eyed boy who didn't have Sgt. Major Mike Aranson was al-
to go to war but went anyway ways in the front oi it,
and gave almost the la tfullmeas- mmanding officer, Major Dub
ure The day had com.'. Sept. 29,
Mike Aranson has writtei division, the 37th, was to be
book of his life and it has jus! relieved
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been
a moving document. In his
.-: iry he
"Milton (Mike Aranson) heard
g i .. Help' Help! Help'
"Cl< si' to the edge of the woods
un
ad
1-
< ::\ inrougn me i>ook.
It starts in the villagi : Hayr- go out under fire and to carry the
guen in Lithuania when, in the wounded off the field, th
year 1890, his mother journeyed dangering another."
i r. A mnri^n TU..... ... II. 1... V i. ....
".us en-,
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to America. There, in Baltimore,
she was married. Then Mike
Aranson was bom. There his
father died when Mike still was
quite young. His mother took up
alone the burden of bringing up
Yet the soldier couldn't be
left there to be killed by an-
other shell. Sgt. Major Aranson
could have ordered one of his
men to go out and fetch the
wounded man back, but he
wouldn't jeopardise nothr
mans life in a duty he felt h.
should himself be doing.
He dashed forward.
German shells were coming
over "And then tin- earth gave
w-,v An explosion, a quake.
clouds of dust, darkness sleep.
Sgt. Major Milton Stern of the
Secoi d battalion heard no more,
saw no more."
Hours later Mike Aranson woke
up .it a dressing station, wondered
whj the sounds of battle were so
far away, wondered at the band-
age on his eyes. He thought may-
l. tl ey had bandaged his eyes to
help him sleep better. There was
no pain. He gave a prayer: "God,
be merciful to those toys out
there. They must go on while I
sleep in peaci
tin e hder he learned the
trutl. it was given to him in the
Utter of a comrade, Pvt. George
O. Gougeon, which was gently
read to him: "It seems ages ago
mihc I last spok,- to you, and what
a parting that was both of
your eyes shot out, pitifully
wounded ... I spoke to you and,
as i ver, you smiled, God, that
smile went through me like a
knife. Thi re you stood, both eyes
gone, and still you could smile."
Then followed the long hospi-
talization, tin- rehabilitation and
re-education for sightless living,
the valorous struggle toward the
rabbinate at the Hebrew Union
College and the attainment. But
his ordination as rabbi was only
a ceremonial of words; he was al-
I ady a self consecrated man be-
: r< God.
Happily married, Rabbi Mich-
ael Aranson resides in Cincinnati.
He is frequently heard giving the
prayers at American Legion meet-
ings or speaking a sermon for
veh rang.
There is a poignant footnote
that he could have added to his
story: In 1944 his half-brother,
I)r Aaron Michaelson, a Navy
lieutenant, was lost when his
ship went down in battle in
the South Pacific. He was serving
the wounded at the moment of
drat::.
(The book: "Broken Lights" by
Michael Aaronson, 337 pages,
$2.75. Published by the Johnson
& Hardin Co., Cincinnati.)
T13GUST BROS Ry
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Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
'JwiMpMi *S* qpv <*
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
JWB to Establish
Summer Camp in South
Southern Jewry will have a
summer camp in the area if ef-
forts of the southern section of
the National Jewish Welfare
board are successful.
Search for a camp site will be-
gin shortly, according to Gus
Jacobson, field director for the
section, in Atlanta, Ga.
Jacob6on also reported that the
section youth committee, sched-
uled to hold a youth institute the
first week of June, is attempt-
ing to secure a state park site for
the meeting of southern Jewish
young people.
Also planned is an inter-city
basketball league tournament in
Atlanta on March 1 and 2.
On the invitation of four south-
tern cities the section office is
analyzing the program of their
community agencies for the pur-
pose of future planning.
Analysis of needs of Jewish
communities in rural areas is be-
ing conducted in North Carolina
and Southern Georgia by George
Hantgan, JWB small community
representative.
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Installation Officers
Named by Pallot
E. Albert Pallot, outgoing
president of B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge, has appointed Burnett
Roth. Max R. Silver, Dr. William
Schiff and Fred K. Shochet to
serve on the organization's instal-
lation committee for 1947.
Officers will be inducted at a
dinner Sunday evening, Jan. 26.
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1946
uifbtween You and Me"
** By BORIS SMOLAR
M iq46, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Copy1*"'
HI
ECHOES:
, trC Zionist Congress
i- that tne <__......aled that a
Ton be revealed
* for Palestine was
^C log'Sore the ex-
fSe Jcw.sK Agency
JV strangely enough.
i nf" this project were
,U,U,hI Arabs and to the
Khont"-" in Cairo un-
Jg a" dancc of Lord Moyne,
T5ffBbariK 1;
jddle East, prmr to his as-
n by Palestine extrem-
Xe'Arabs and the Soy-
Sato are likely to obtain
Jion on British intentions
5m Palestine much earlier
..; Zionists. The nature
Home's partition rtJJ
k'nown to some of the top
to leaders. It would have
.proposed by the British gov-
xnt had Moyne not been as-
ted.
ther it would nave been ac-
1 by the Jewish Agency is
lonable, since it offered very
k even to those who belieVe
partition is the only solution
Palestine problem ... Dr.
ann believes that had Lord
^ not been killed, his plan,
[eras it was, could have be-
a basis for negotiations .
lowing the assassination, the
ash tabled the plan in retalia-
but the scheme may be re-
at the London conference
ilestine. .
present sentiment of the
) can be Judged from the
* of their diplomatic repre-
_iw at the opening session
k Zionist Congress. This is
first time since the Balfour
' ration that the British have
conspicously absent. But
also the first time in the
, of a Zionist Congress that
lentatives of Soviet Russia
f-f the Vatican were present.
Tn change deserves attention.

STIC TRENDS:
[three-day conference of the
WDefense Appeal which opens
ft Louis or. Jan. 4 to discuss
- for fightinq anti-Semitism
Has country will be unique in
I mi* that there will be very
? speakers. The program
conference has been so ar-
Ked tnat the delegates will not
JTalked at," but rather have
opportunity t, talk themselves.
Wk conference is well timed
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ugly heads. One would not
believe this possible, but it is
a fact that certain anti-Jewish
groups, especially the Stoner
Anti-Jewish Party, is now dis-
tributing business reply cards
calling for anti-Jewish amend-
ments to the U. S. Constitution.
. One suggested amendment
would "make it unlawful and
impossible for Jews to live in
North America" .
The Conference of the Joint
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THE PLOTTERS:
Speaking of anti-Semitic ele-
ments in the United States, it is
advisable that every Jow in this
country read "The Plotters" by
John Roy Carlson, just published
by Dutton... As in his previous
book, "Under Cover," the author
has gone a long way to expose the
activities of the anti-Semitic and
fascist groups in this country. .
He not only reports facts, but sub-
stantiates many of them with
photostats of documents. .
The picture that emerges shows
that drives against the Jews are
not only being plotted by organ-
izations known for their anti-
Jewish program, but also by rack-
eteers who are just trying to cash
in on bigotry. The author does
not miss up on any of the groups
which are active in spreading ra-
cial and religious hatred in this
country. The book is therefore
a Who's Who of Amercan anti-
Semites, exposing their methods
and warning America not only of
their existence but also of the::'
motives. .
There is no doubt that Jewish or-
ganizations which are watching
anti-Semitic activities in this
country have had these facts all
along. However, this does not
minimize the importance of Carl-
son's bo^fc and the service which
he has rendered not only to Jews
but also to all democratic ele-
ments in the United States by his
courageous exposure

ANTI-IMMIGRATION TRENDS:
A "peaceful battle" is now in
progress between leaders of two
labor unions over an article urg-
ing non-admission of displaced
Jews into the United States. .
The article, which selects the
homeless Jews as the target of
vituperation, was publ
form of an editorial in the Inter-
national Teamster, official orga-.
of one of the largest labor un
>n the country. To add in ..
to injury, v, ... :.
under the title "Immigrants Brine
Evil Idea:," ...
1 S /
merit ecretary manag.
":' '" Local 22
Writeatv to Da'r.iel
Tobin, pre ni T ,, -
bnion, expressing lndign,
over the -venomous hostility" dis- \
Pyed t< lisplaced J
' i il. .1
. ti
DP camps in Eui :.dtd
v. at the pn lent t thi T<
stei Union take action "to eradi-

v the unfortunate editoi
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But Tobin's paperi after re-
ceiving Zimmerman's letter,
published another editorial ag-
gravating the situation rather
than improving il The sec-
cond article gave "economic"
arguments against admission of
refugees which were no more
valid than the "ideological"
reasons advanced in the prev-
ious editorial. .
W. -i. u:,. p. X
tiently wi letter of
I : ]
The result was ;, personal re-
ply from the :> leader re-
peating the usual line, sue:.
"some of my best friends arc
Jew.-". But he reitei it.
deti rmination to t ,,t the
immigration of ...
I is al : that "un ler 1
pretense of helping thi real suf-
f< ring | eople, othi
advantage of it and tl. -..
i r weaker, the bars of lmmigra-
'.."... He agree that thi
migration quotas assigned sin I
the ht ginning of the war would
have taken care of the homeless
Jews now ;n camps in Europe. .
But in the same bn ath he s1
that "undesiral
: e United Stati I ereby
open the door to a im-
wit
jits numbers those who would not
! make the right kind of American
... And, of C
argument of "trying to pn
'unemployment in the future" is
I T in excusi
attitudi
Marx Feinberg, Sholem lodge opera chairman, receives
another batch of tickets for "La Boheme" from Arthur di Filippi,
director of the Miami Opera Guild, which will stage the pro-
duc'ion in January at Miami Senior High school. Looking on
are Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of the lodge.
and Mrs. Sam Goldman, president of Miami B'nai B'rith
Women. Sholem lodge has reserved 500 tickets for the Jan.
14 performance for its members and guests who will see Fein-
berg in the cast of local singers and Metropolitan Opera stars.
eventh Avenue Portrait Btudloe.
IN THE MAIL
Editor Is Commended
To The Editor:
I believe the community owes
a special word of commenda-
tion for your efforts in behalf of
the establishment of a kosher
kichen at the soon to be erected
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Too often in communal activi-
we are prone to overlook the
lals and customs which for
many centuries have kept
the Jewish people alive as a re-
ligious entity.
I did not know that the directors
of Mt. Sinai had not planned on
a kosher kitchen, but we do
know that as a result of your ef-
ts, and the efforts of some of
.us leaders, the impor-
:. uncement of a kosher
kitchen was made to the com-
mur..-
Very truly vours.
BURNETT ROTH
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A social party featuring re-
freshments and dancing will be
held at the next meeting of the
Miami Beach Winx chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls, according to
Miss Arlyne Dinnerstein, new
president. The meeting will be
held at 7:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
8 at the Beach Y.
Other officers of the group are
the Misses Judy Hadley, vice
president: Hcnny Rosenthal, re-
cording secretary; Lois Millman,
I corresponding secretary; Evelyn
' Kaplan, treasurer.
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Junior Hadassah Will
Name Queen At Ball
Featuring Barry Davis and his
band, the Junior Hadassah's
Cinderella Ball will take place
Saturday evening at the Wofford
hotel, Miami Beach. Highlight of
the evening will be the crowning
of "Miss Membership of 1946 and
1947." the girl who has brought
in the most members. She will be
presented with a plaque by Mrs.
Alex Van Straaten, senior ad-
visor.
Entertainment will be by Jos-
eph Pardo, singer, accompanied
by Bernice Rabinowitz at the
piano.
Tickets for the affair are $3
per couple. Each member may
bring one guest couple. Miss Doris
Albm, 1918 Liberty avc., is tak-
ing reservations.
A Chanukah program was pre-
sented by members last night at
the Beach Y.
The lighting of candles was
observed. Guest speaker for the
evening was Mrs. Aide Robbins
who described Chanukah in Pal-
estine. The program, under the
chairmanship of Miss Florence
Stein, included recitations by the
Misses Betty Ann Brown. Rosy-
lyn Morris. Gloria Farkas. Esther
Shimmel, Arlene Rose. Ann
Florschein, Eleanor Schulang,
Caroline Schwartz and Bobbie
Heyman.
Committee Announced
For Miami Round Table
New committee chairmen of the
Miami Hound Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Christian!
and Jews include Benjamin E
Bronston, finance, and Harold
Turk, public relations.
Dr II. Franklin Williams, dean
of liberal arts at the University
of Miami, was named Protestant
ivi I. irman of the organization
last week. Other cochairmen are
Alfred Stone, representing the
Jew h faith, and Andrew T.
Healy, Catholic.
Among committee members are
Mis Sydney L Weintraub, public
relations; George Bertman, Rabbi
Max si apiro, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, program; Miss Malvina
Wi education: Rabbi Colman
Zwitman. radio; Sam Blank, fi-
nance.
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Six persons will be honored
with golden book certificates at
the celebration of the 45th anni-
versary of the Jewish National
Fund to be held 8 p.m. Sunday.
Jan. 5. in Beth David auditorium
by club member one. Pioneer
Women's Organization of Greater
Miami.
Main speaker will be Miss
Millie Brandt, national executive
member of the Pioneer Women's
organization.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom will address the
gathering and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Folk Chorus will sing
ami Jewish Chorus, directed by
Louis Powesky, will sing sev-
eral Palestinian numbers. Re-
treshmeiits will be served follow-
ing the showing of "Land of
Hope," latest Palestine movie in
technicolor.
The public is invited, according
to Mrs. J. Stadlin. chairman.
Tickets may be obtained from
members or purchased at the
door.
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Prospective members have
been invited to attend the mem-
bership dance to be held by the
Emanon club at the Miami Y
Sundav evening. Entertainment
is being planned by Nat Etkins.
social chairman. Refreshments
will be served.
Sam Kratish is president of the
club which is a social organiza-
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Clung and listed among
Kgfeatest racing dog,
Ifft Flagler tr... k will be
7J for the big -Pcmng
$ night. Several ta-
fcSshav, already been
frthe track In order to
t the betting, an addi-
Wtmg sh, I has been
1 between the Gi indftand
Iddock.
aarv stools have been
ifiong the rail to allow
birds to witness the race
L-t The racing strip has
Surfaced and will give the
fc finest racing surface of
I track in Ann i a.
I^n l. Huntley and Jacob
Knersof the popular West
fig track, have announced
afler will continui to have
|wo exclusive features, the
gstartin.K boxes and the
desenber board, which
iihe leading dogs at three
U posts on the track.
f is the only dog track in
ntry with the i two fea-
to the large i 1 expect-
New Yea:'.- night, the
for the opi rung race
7:30 p.m.
tounds will be timed in
instead of fifths this sea-
|Flagler. rig the first
ick to timi digs in
An elect: er, work-
imatically by the start of
and closing by an elec-
at the finishing line, will
le dog.-. precision
Sabbath Set
cal Synagogues
Bltaneously w i t h Hillel
itions through ut the Unit-
ies, the Univi rsity of Mi-
[illel group v memo-
itional Hillel Sabbath this
ad at houses (if worship in
|tr Miami.
Sabbath is di igned to
isize the contribution oi
life on t h e university
from the University
mi who will appear at lo-
Pgregations under the spon-
M the local B'nai B'rith
Ifoundation include Morton
m and Irene Jacobs at
* Israel; Al .-Viler and Sal-
Beth David: Roslyn Perl-
Norton Pallot, Miami
Mewtoh Center; Carol Tan-
G,**" Goldfu-id. Tem-
P"Molom: Mona Pastroff
"Alvm, Miami Jewish Or-
Congrept;n. and Irwin
and Harry Klein, Beth
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Geltners to Be Hosts
At Son's Bar Mitzva
thoP a kiddush afte"
the Bar Mitzva 0f their son.
B-rry Myron. Saturday morning
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
congregation.
Barry is a ?B student at Shen-
andoah Junior High school.
Among those attending the
from the University of Illinois. A
' 'dical student. Bernard was
recently voted into Phi Eta Sig-
ma, honorary organization for
freshmen.
Alec Templeton. blind pianist and composer whose local
concert Jan. 9 will be sponsored by the Temple Beth Sholom
P.T.A.. is a master at parodies of opera and other serious
music.
"All laughter is based on some form of incongruity,"
Templeton says. "The point of every good ioke is a remark
or a situation that you haven't been expecting.
"Suppose that, at the opera." he continues, "a voice sounds
hooty or forced. It's a normal reaction for a listener to think,
'Just like a fog-horn.' Well, that's where the fun starts! I let
that voice carry on as if it really were a fog-horn, and fill a
parody with what would happen if the suggested incongruity
were an actuality. Of course, there's nothing funny about the
horn by itself. What counts is the shock of finding horn tones
in soulful operatic arias where you wouldn't expect them. The
Rudy Vallee tones in my Valkyrie opera, and the switch from
Dinah to Aida in Da-i-nah are based on the laugh which
comes from incongruity."
Mizrachi Men to Elect.
Discuss Basle Parley
" fficers will be held
by the Men's division of the Mi-
ami Beach Mizrachi 3 p.m Sat-
at Beth Jacob.
Reports from the World Zion-
ist Congress in Basle, Switzerland
and the latest news from the
Holy Land will be given.
A Melave Malche of refresh-
ments and traditional songs
red by Max Feit will : -
low the business met
The public is invited.
B'NAI B'RITH TO TREAT BZB Girls Entertain
GI's AT BOWL GAME \ Old Folks at Party
Hospitalized servicemen attend-
ing the Orange Bowl game New
Year's day will eat popcorn and
peanuts and all the trimmings
through the courtesy of local
B'nai B'rith groups.
One hundred dollars has been
allocated by the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach mens and womens
lodges to buy refreshments for
500 servicemen convalescing in
local hospitals who will attend
the game.
Mrs. Ida Optner, who has enter-
tained wounded servicemen at
football games for the past few
years, will be in charge of the
project for B'nai B'rith.
OLD COUNTRY CITED
NEW YORK, (JTA)The Eng-
lish Committee of the Louis La-
Med Foundation for the Advance-
ment of Hebrew and Yiddish Lit-
erature this week announced the
winners of the Foundation's 1947
awards. They are:
"The Old Country," by Julius
and Frances Butwin, a transla-
tion from the Yiddish of selected
stories from Sholom Aleichcm.
and "Letters from the Desert,"
by Moshe Mosenson, translated
from the Hebrew by Hilda Auer-
bach and edited with an introduc-
tion by Shlomo Grodzensky.
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Dressmakers 1
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Members of BZB chapter, B'nai
B'rith Girls, took time out from
their holiday activities to enter-
tain residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged at a Chanukah par-
ty Sunday afternoon at the Home.
Miss Rosalyn Mendelsohn,
president, presented two albums
of records to the old folks as a
Chanukah gift.
Entertainment was provided by-
Carol Aronovitz, Barbara Boyell
' and Rencc Kaler, accompanied by
Rita Quartin. who played several
solo piano selections. Refresh-
ments were served by the girls.
Assisting were Miss Gertrude
Carnovsky, district director f
B'nai B'rith girls work, and Mrs.
Sam Silver, BZB advisor.
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MSL Chairmen to Report
On Holiday Projects
Holiday projects of the Miami
Service league will be reported
on at a meeting Monday evening
in the home of Mrs. Charles Ros-
tngarten, 5860 Pine Tree dr.
Mrs. Nathan Davidow and Mrs.
Rose Aarons will describe the
Chanukah celebration held for
patients at the Nautilus Veterans
hospital last Friday and Mrs.
J nn Temple will report on the
gift wrapping service which the
league sponsored at Pratt Gen-
eral hospital.
The league will take its
Brownio pack to Matheson Ham-
mock Sunday for a picnic. Month-
ngo party for patients at
Pratt hospital will be Monday
evening, Jan. 6.
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Council Women Slate
Annual Dinner-Dance
Preliminary plans for their an-
nual dinner-dance brought com-
mittee members of the Miami
section. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, together for luncheon
Monday afternoon at the Sea Isle
hotel.
The Colonial Inn will be the
scene of the dance Jan. 19, ac-
cording to Mrs. David Phillips,
chairman.
Meeting with Mrs. Phillips
Monday were Mrs. Nat L. Wil-
liams, president of the section;
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub. co-
chairman; Mrs. Edward L. Cow-
en, Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston,
Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. L.
Kupper, in charge of tickets; Mrs.
Joseph Fenias. arrangements;
Mrs. William Farr. souvenir pro-
gram; Mrs. Frank Weiss and Mrs.
I. Rubin, reservations; Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, treasurer; Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers and Mrs. J. F. Gleicher,
publicity.
^CQ^bjj
Two Beach Attorneys
Announce Partnership
Formation of the law firm of
Berick and Shapiro, 605 Lincoln
rd., is announced by Judge Morris
Berick and his brother-in-law,
Herbert S. Sha-
piro.
A graduate of
Boston univer-
sity law school.
Judge Berick
served as judge
Of the oroncr*s
court in Rhode
Island from
1928-32. He is
a d mi 11 e d to
practice before
the bars of
Florida and
Rhode Island,
U. S. supreme
court. district
court for Rhode
Island and the
southern d i s -
tnct of Florida.
BERICK
UNVEILING
A monument to the memory of
the late Samuel Miller. 1919 S.W.
17th St., will be unveiled at 3:30
p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. Rabbi Murray Grauer, of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation of which Mr. Miller was
an officer, will read the services.
Arrangements are in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late David
Adlcrblum. 1820 S.W. Sixth st.,
will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday
at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will officiate.
assisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches Arrangements are in charge
of Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi-
ami Monument company. Friends
and relatives are requested to at-
tend.
Spinoza Forum Slates
Talks by Rabbi. Editor
Two speakers will address the
Spinoza Forum Saturday after-
noon. Dr. Max Kaufman, author,
poet and rabbi of the Hollywood
Jewish Center, will speak on "The
Bible in Our Atomic Age,"' and
Symon Gould, associate editor of
The American Vegetarian." will
give "A Vegetarian's Message ti-
the Peacemakers as Exemplified
in the Vegetarian Philosophies of
Thoreau. Tolstoi and Ghandi."
Charles H. Lee will give his
fourth lecture in the series on
"The Heaven and the Earth"
Monday evening.
The Spinoza Forum meets un-
der the canopy on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. 11th st. between Collins ave.
and Ocean dr. Chaim Reuben
Rose is chairman.
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of James H. Graef
circuit court of: ,, tak(? p]ace 230 pm Sund;iy
Shapiro appeals. FCC
and the U. S.
department and tax
Over 21 Group Plans
Dance lor January 11
Featuring the College Band,
the Over 21 Social Group will
hold a dance. Jan. 11 at the Beach
Y.
A group of entertainment will
be presented by members of the
group.
Tickets. 75 cents per person.
will be sold only at the door, ac-
cording to Miss Norma Green,
president.
AJC BOOK REVIEW
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view Leland Stowe's new book on
the atomic age. "While Time Re-
mains." for the Miami Beach
Women's division of the American
Jewish Congress this afternoon.
The event, part of the Frida
Review Series, will be held
1:30 p.m. at the Miam
Jewish Center.
y
at
Beach
GORDON ROOFING AND
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will mvi en new roof later
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Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
treasury
courts.
Past president of the Henry
Friedman lodge of B'nai B'rith
and of Temple Beth Sholoni. he
is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity, Mahi Shrine Temple
and the National Children's Car-
diac Home board of governors.
Shapiro held a teaching ex-
change fellowship awarded by the
French government at the Lycee
Du Puy. France, in 1930. follow-
ing his graduation with honors
from Columbia college. He re-
ceived his law degree from Col-
umbia in 1934 and is admitted to
the bars of New York and Florida.
In the Army for three years,
Shapiro, while stationed here, as-
sisted in the organization of the
legal clinic and assistance office
which was the first of its kind in
the Army. After graduation from
the Miami Beach officers' candi-
date school, he served overseas
with the Eighth air force and re-
ceived the bronze star medal.
He is a member of the U. S.
district court bar in New York
and is admitted to practice be-
fore the U. S. treasury depart-
ment and tax courts.
at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. Ar-
ransements are in charge of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-3H W
Mami Beach. Rabbi Mom Meacnelorf. Canior LoU:. 2"
Friday evening service, 5 p.m. Hillel Saw, ..!
p.m. with Norton Pallot of the University of Miam Fn
man of the University of Florida as guest SDeakar. ^c?'
ing service. 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of Zelio*^L ,L-
Jack Hirsch. will be celebrated. Rabb. MeschelcS?$>
Bar Mitzva boy. Intermediate service, 9am Jun "^
JO a.m. under the direction of Max Bertman of thu c,on<
kiddush will be served to all groups as guests Jfu^'
Hirsch. Bible study, 4 p.m., with S. J. Pre.-rtrnan in r-L r' '
5 p.m.. followed by Shalds Sudos at which Rabbi Mfti '
speak on the weekly portion of the law. Maariv 6-05
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION m
17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. '
Friday evening forum at 8:15 p.m. will be dedicate I. I
foundation. Guest speakers will be Herb Rubin IV J
Florida, and Miss Mona Pastroff, University of Miami u-
bath service at 9 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of Barry son m
Mrs. Sam Geltner. will be observed. Rabbi Grauer will art
congregation. Junior service, 9:30 a.m. Saturday at th*
Torah. Bar Mitzva breakfast, sponsored by Mrs EtM
8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school at 10 am"
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Leo
M Wise will take place 1 p.m.
Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
ciating Arrangements are under
the direction of Gordon Monu-
ment company. Friends and rela-
tives are requested to attend.
A monument to the memory of
the late Morris Solomon will be
unveiled 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Mt
Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Arrange-
ments are under the direction of
t o r d o n Monument company
r nends and relatives are request-
ed to attend.
Will share small apartment free,
including food and small salary,
in return for light housekeeping
nd companionship to elderly
ldy. Miami Beach. Lincoln
Road section. Phone 58-1W or
5-7168.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third an, |
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Hillel Sabbath services, 8:15 p.m.. with Cantor MamchaJ
ating. He will be assisted by the Beth David choir under SI
tiqn of Louis Powesky. Services will be conducted by tfif
Zionist Action committee. Harold George Shapiro, cha
the committee and vice president of the Southeastern lia_
ion. will speak on "Youth and Palestine" Also participate!
be Edith Feldman, Seymour Hinkes. Jerome Kuby. Martvl
Judy Saal and Rubin Smulin. Representing the Hillel ton
will be Harvey Relman of the University of Florida; Mildr
Florida State College for Women, and Al Adler and Sally 1..,
versity of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will be hoi
reception after the services in honor of the birthday of theird
ter. Sarah Rose. Sabbath service, 8:30 a m Saturday,
services. 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva Breakfast club. R 45 am.!
sponsored by the P.-T.A. Mr. and Mrs. Max Shlafrock will I
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid its, |
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, executirc i
Homecoming service will be held tonight at 8:15 p.n
cated to college youths of the community A program.
LivingWhat Docs It Mean?" will be presented Participate
be Miss Audrey Hankoff, University of Miami: I.eo Osherofl
versity of Florida, and Norman Grutman. Horace Mann
Rabbi Lehrman will talk on "These, Our Youth The canUrl
chant the services, assisted by the choi-. Saturday mornji(|
vices at 9 am Bar Mitzvas of Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs i
Klein, and of Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Samuelii
observed. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast Sunday morninf.
Beach Mizrachi Women
Elect Mrs. Brenner
Mrs. Joseph Brenner, who serv-
ed as president of the Miami
Beach Women's division of Miz-
rachi several years ago. was re-
elected to that post Monday eve-
ning at Beth Jacob.
Selected to serve with her were
Mrs. S M Grundwerg. Mrs. Pau-
lina Chill. Mrs. Minnie Lehrman.
Mrs. Anna Bear and Mrs. Goldie
Sir, vice presidents; Mrs Eugena
Lilienfeld. treasurer; Mrs. Gert-
rude Harvey, financial secretary;
Mrs. Betty Galbut. corresponding
secretary, and Mrs. Leon Shallo-
way. recording secretary.
Masada Plans Socials
Forthcoming social events will
be discussed at a meeting of Ma-
sada Thursday evening. Jan. 2 at
the Beach Y.
Young men between the ages of
18 and 30 years who are interest*
ed in the Zionist movement are
invited to attend.
ALUMINUM
BLINDS
Especially Desirable
For This Climate
You may have the regular
blinds, of course, but many
do prefer the Aluminum.
They are long-lasting and do
not cost any more. Speciaal
attention to out-of-town
orders. Write for prices.'
PROMPT
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REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Rabbi Co
Zwiiman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening service. 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kapli
preach on "Scapegoat Judaism and Split Personality." In ha
Dr. Kaplan's birthday, a reception will be held following I
vices under Sisterhood auspices with the following women j
< as hostesses: Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstettcr, chairman of the.'
hospitality committee, and the Mesdames Norton Benis.
Pohl. Meyer Wolf and Sam A. Goldstein. Mrs Harry WohL I
tion sponsor, will light the Sabbath candles. Sabbath moraii
vice. 11 a.m. Saturdav.
CENTER
Miami
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase are
Rabbi Leon Kroniih. Cantor Samuel Ktlemer.
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Youth Seeks New Honzoni'J
ing Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m.. dedicated as Youth Saw"
An Oneg Shabbat will follow the service with the Mesdames Cn
Baum, Henrietta Bcrger, Clementine Kemp. Abraham UnfJ.
Seymour Weiss and the Misses Beatrice and Nan Winklerfuaj
hostesses. Robert Maurer and Leslie Brown, sons of Mr. andr
Murray Maurer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, will beconJ
Mitzva during services which will begin at 10 45 am San
Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions at all servicttj
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*JenMrkridian
PAGE FIFTEEN
&m4idmUal
(Copyright. IMS, Sv By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Trans Caribbean Gets TO HOLD LUNCHEON
Fleet of New Planes I Weekly luncheon of the Miami
A fleet of four-engined DC-4's'Beach lodge' B'nal B'nth, will be
wai put into operation this week!held at noon Tuesday a' the Rus-
by Trans Caribbean Airways on sian Bear resta"rant, 927 Lincoln
its nonstop run to New York. The rd Harold Turk. chairman, ex-
trip is made in five and one-half lfcnds an invitation to members
*
FLASH I
The Haganah hat evolved a *cheme to stop the Irgun-Stern
terrorist group* Right after the close of the World Zionist
Congrats the terrorist chiefs will be kidnapped and kept in
forcible detention The plan is said to have the silent approval
of lh BrilUh authorities, who have promised not to interfere
... II the Haganah succeeds in stopping terrorism it will be
recognised as an official militia in Palestine.
SCALLIONS
Scullions to A. M. Sobcl of New York, tournament director of
the Ontario Bridge Tournament Mr. Sob. barred Leon Beard
from participating because Mr. Beard is coloreda West Indian
civil servant Racism scored anothei vicl when the Negro
actor who played "Uncle Remus" in Walt Disney's latest, Song of
the South," was not permittedt<> attend the gala premiere of the
film in Atlanta, Ga. What did Disney expect in Atlanta' .
, This tallies with the reputation that Disney is making for himself as
| an arch-reactionary .
REMEMBER THE DEAD
One of the greatest unsung heroes of the war is the late Sgt.
Samuel Hurwitz of Montreal Grenadier Guaid.s His story has
just been written up by Major Ivan P. Phelan, M.C. ... If you are
interested, get a reprint from the Canadian Jew ngress, 1121
Saint Catherine st. West, Montreal, Canada
in five and one-half
hours.
Non-scheduled operations are
licensd for airworthiness by the
Civil Aeronautics Authority.
Reservations may be made at
the Trans Caribbean office at 207
N E First st.
. invitation to members
and friends to attend.
AEPhi Alumnae Plan
Fashion Luncheon
A fashion show and luncheon
will highlight the program plan-
ned by Alpha Epsilon Phi soror- ,
ity alumnae for 12:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Sea Isle hotel.
All members of the sorority in
Miami are invited to at-
tend. Tickets are S3 per person.
Miss Loraine Gertner, 4912 Pine
Tree di Icing reservations.
dmin^niipsnl who Joined
5i for New Americsn. after
Uol J*wi.h p.rt'-n. .n Po-
r,itoll.bors.ion.tb.nd.Zwe.r
13 other Jew" ttctptd from ,,....--------
, cmp. Plwnin. MM THERE'S A REASON
[ Pro-Nssi group lur'1
FREDERICK M. VOGEL
OPTICIAN
Contact Lens Technician
Room 204
Calumet Building
10 N. E. Third Avenue
PHONE 9-1451
^r. He is one of thousands of
|0| Nisitm bring MPf*
,at in thii country by United
boM work ii financed by
fjtwiih ApptL
JGEES LAND
1 shipload of European
to enter the United
I under President Truman's
[ration directive928 men,
and childrenlanded in
.York last Friday aboard the
Uarine Marlin. Of these, 313
, survivors were sponsored
be Joint Distribution Com-
., major American agency
I Jewish survivors overseas,
i handled their papers with
Hcan consulates, arranged
and paid or advanced
ortation costs.
313 JDC-sponsored refu-
Ientered this country under
Lvits provided by the Unit-
lervice for New Americans,
works in close co-opera-
with the JDC in migration
hties.
hds for the JDC relief, recon-
and resettlement pro-
i are provided by contribu-
te the United Jewish Ap-
vUGUST BROS fty7
Is the BEST?.
The Non-Sectarian Anti-Neii league deserves a lot of sup-
port ... Its expose of the Columbians was a masterpiece which
proved that it takes something besides money to fight fascism
in this country The big defense organizations were scooped
by the Anti-Naxi league although they had a lot of material
about the Columbians a long time ago They didn't follow
up because their leaders simply decided not to believe the stories
about fascism in action.
HISTORY SPELLED BACKWARDS
Barnard Rubin, our newest confrere in the gathering of tidbits.
reports that the Bing Crosby production of "Abies Irish Rose" is
being shipped to Germany for the natives' amusement This film
is vicious caricature of minority groups According to critics it
will Play an important role in the present revival of anti-Semitism
Here's what the National Conference of Christians and Jews
says about the picture: "Irish Catholics in the film are caricatured
almost equally as badly as Jews ... It sets us back 20 years in the
w"k we have been trymg to do in bringing the P-Pic of America
Tloser together" This is really history spelled backward, .
Now the Umted States is exporting anti-Semitism to Germany.
WAR SJ72TW ** i- *h* t* T S23
y the Government House in Palestine recently machine-sunnrf
In ominous looking parcel in th. High Commune, k*
Th. parcel belonged to High Commissioner Sit Alan Cun
ningham and contained hi. new $60 suede shoes
delegation of the American J*8* "s uf thc thousands of
cluster of flower wreaths on the mass grave o ^^
Jewish dead in thc Warsaw ghetto>. Al in
3.000,000 zlotys towards the ^^JeTfcnow engaged to a
Warsaw ... The American J^~^th7^pular assemblyman
membership dr.ve "gJS^SJlK to pro bask,'
from Brownsville section of BrwWyn. will ^ R .
this winter if his legislative duUes p rm ^ ^^
will conduct a series of ^^V'adio commentator; a
orchestra this winter ... Cecil row" D him a card
patient at Gotham hosp.tal m N..J ^ ^
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FOLLOWING IS A TENTATIVE LIST OF DEDICATION GIFT OPPORTUNITIES:
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\n Philosopi.' Building or Wing
^nd Ghandi." and Patients Wing .....
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Research. X-Ray and Operating Wing
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Physical Therapy _................................
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General Surgery
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OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
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Maternity Bed Unit ...........
Children's Patient Unit ......
Chapel ..........______.............
Pharmacy ......_................
Medical and Surgical Unit.....................
Surgical Operating Room with Gallery
Surgical Operating Room .........._.......___
Social Service Department
Circumcision and Witness Room ............
Emergency Operating Room
Blood Bank .__...............___
Research Laboratory ........... ........__
General X-Ray Room
Nursery .
Public Dining Room
Electrocardiograph Room
General Kitchen ............ ......._
Kosher Kitchen ,___.......___
Lecture Room........
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OTHER OPPORTUNITIES(Continued)
Women's Auxiliary___............._____
General Waiting Room ................
Basal Metabolism Room ____..........
Museum and Conference Room ............
Treatment Room______................_.......
Incubator Room ........................................
Day Room ......--------.............._.................
Visitors Room .._..............______...........
Conference Room ......................
Superficial and Deep Therapy Rooms
Urology ................................
Fracture ______............
Radium and Fracture Rooms ................
Clinical Laboratory _____. ................._
Lounging Room for Personnel
Pathological Laboratory ....._..................
Women's Auxiliary Office ......
Waiting Room.....................................________
Chemistry Laboratory _......................
Patient's Library ..........................
Solarium ....................__.................
Delivery Rooms __.................
Waiting RoomNew Patients. Out-Patient Dept.
Sun Roofs ...................._...,___________............
Labor Room .........._______...........______________
Ambulance Room ............______.........______........-
Ward Admittance ....................__......._.....___
Private Admittance___.........................
Preparation Room......______...................
Nurses Station or Rest Room ................................
Isolation Nurseries___________________...............
Suspected Infection Nursery.............................
Formula Room ......_________________.......__......
Residents Recreation Room
Internes Game Room ..........
Internes Porch ....._________
Nurses and Internes Station
Nurse* Rest Room _________
Patient Rooms ............_______
Beds ....................
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. (per bed)
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1946 -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. *JenMrkridian PAGE FIFTEEN &m4idmUal (Copyright. IMS, Sv attend the gala premiere of the film in Atlanta, Ga. What did Disney expect in Atlanta' This tallies with the reputation that Disney is making for himself as | an arch-reactionary REMEMBER THE DEAD One of the greatest unsung heroes of the war is the late Sgt. Samuel Hurwitz of Montreal Grenadier Guaid.s His story has just been written up by Major Ivan P. Phelan, M.C. ... If you are interested, get a reprint from the Canadian Jew ngress, 1121 Saint Catherine st. West, Montreal, Canada in five and one-half hours. Non-scheduled operations are licensd for airworthiness by the Civil Aeronautics Authority. Reservations may be made at the Trans Caribbean office at 207 N E First st. invitation to members and friends to attend. AEPhi Alumnae Plan Fashion Luncheon A fashion show and luncheon will highlight the program planned by Alpha Epsilon Phi soror, ity alumnae for 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Sea Isle hotel. All members of the sorority in Miami are invited to attend. Tickets are S3 per person. Miss Loraine Gertner, 4912 Pine Tree di Icing reservations. dmin^niipsnl who Joined 5i for New Americsn. after Uol J*wi.h p.rt'-n. .n Por, i t oll.bors.ion.tb.nd.Zwe.r 13 other Jew" ttctptd from „,,.... „ cmp. Plwnin. MM THERE'S A REASON [ Pro-Nssi group lur '1 FREDERICK M. VOGEL OPTICIAN Contact Lens Technician Room 204 Calumet Building 10 N. E. Third Avenue PHONE 9-1451 ^r. He is one of thousands of |0 | Nisitm bring MPf* • ,at in thii country by United boM work ii financed by fjtwiih ApptL JGEES LAND 1 shipload of European „ to enter the United I under President Truman's [ration directive—928 men, „ and children—landed in .York last Friday aboard the Uarine Marlin. Of these, 313 survivors were sponsored be Joint Distribution Com., major American agency I Jewish survivors overseas, i handled their papers with Hcan consulates, arranged and paid or advanced ortation costs. 313 JDC-sponsored refuIentered this country under Lvits provided by the Unitlervice for New Americans, works in close co-operawith the JDC in migration hties. hds for the JDC relief, reconand resettlement proi are provided by contribute the United Jewish ApvUGUST BROS fty7 Is the BEST?. The Non-Sectarian Anti-Neii league deserves a lot of support ... Its expose of the Columbians was a masterpiece which proved that it takes something besides money to fight fascism in this country The big defense organizations were scooped by the Anti-Naxi league although they had a lot of material about the Columbians a long time ago They didn't follow up because their leaders simply decided not to believe the stories about fascism in action. HISTORY SPELLED BACKWARDS Barnard Rubin, our newest confrere in the gathering of tidbits. reports that the Bing Crosby production of "Abies Irish Rose" is being shipped to Germany for the natives' amusement This film is vicious caricature of minority groups According to critics it will Play an important role in the present revival of anti-Semitism Here's what the National Conference of Christians and Jews says about the picture: "Irish Catholics in the film are caricatured almost equally as badly as Jews ... It sets us back 20 years in the w"k we have been trymg to do in bringing the P-Pic of America Tloser together" This is really history spelled backward, Now the Umted States is exporting anti-Semitism to Germany. WAR SJ72TW ** i*H* T* T S23 y the Government House in Palestine recently machine-sunnrf In ominous looking parcel in th. High Commune, K* Th. parcel belonged to High Commissioner Sit Alan Cun ningham and contained hi. new $60 suede shoes delegation of the American J !" 8 !" s uf thc thousands of cluster of flower wreaths on the mass grave o ^^ Jewish dead in thc Warsaw ghetto >. • Al %  in 3.000,000 zlotys towards the ^^JeTfcnow engaged to a Warsaw ... The American J^~^ th 7^ pul ar assemblyman membership dr.ve %  "gJS^SJlK to pro bask,' from Brownsville section of BrwWyn. will ^ R this winter if his legislative duUes p %  rm ^ • ^^ will conduct a series of ^^V' a dio commentator; %  a orchestra this winter ... Cecil row D him a card %  patient at Gotham hosp.tal m N..J ^ ^ Have you heard about the U n Wving? broke into "Hatikvah" as she saw Erne* D^ BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY CLOVERLEAF SERVICE STATION 1205 Fifth Street Phone 5-9787 SEASON'S GREETINGS DELL'S FLOWER SHQP 5575 N. W. 7th Avenue ''hone 7-9341 Out Flowers .ou BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY BUCKINGHAM UPHOLSTERING SHOP 7501 N. E. 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' !1 I PAGE TEN *Je*is*flcr/cttori (Copyright, 1946. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) PLAIN TALK S TROM ALFRED SEGAL MIKE'S STORY In our town Miko Aranson has become a monumental figure of World War I. Before the second war it used to be said that there could never be another war as long as there were those left like Mike Aranson who in their own wounds admonished men. Mike Aranson lost his eyes in the Argonne battle. The da#e was Sept. 29, 1918. He was a bright her children. "She labored at %  "B-Tin -Sing wit conscience before Mike W could decide to study for the Reform Rabbinate a 'he Hebrew Union College! H.s mother deeply orthodox. A few biif years at the college and then Uw SS war and Mike Aranson again was taking his cons. „ide for solemn deliberation What to do about oepi. •£:, into, ne was a i"'S"*i wnai. •# •• —. eyed, smiling boy; I was with him Sure, the laws said he couioswy on his regiment's journey to out of it, but what was I Camp Sheridan for training before it went to France. There was something special in Pvt. Mike Aranson. (Later hi A friend advised him to stay out and keep on trying to be a rabbi instead of a soldier. But Mike replied: "I could not go was to be sergeant major of his through life constantly rermna... I* K l-..t a &f %  t 1 til O I 1 K O battalion.) He didn't have to go to war, He was studying to be a rabbi at the Hebrew Union College m Cincinnati. For reasons that aren't clear at all the govi rnment, in that war as in the more recent one. considered the persons of theological students sacred and not to be submithd to the hazards of war. Mike Aranson was Roll of G ing myself that at a time like this, when the country called for volunteers. I let others go while I stayed home. My conscience would never stop tormenting me." He enlisted. "My nan., appeared in the newspaper 01 an Honor Roll. Shall my name also be mentioned on the H noi exempt from military duty but he enlisted anyway. His division move.! i n to France and to its first battle. • "O I Well, Mike Aranson, i me those damned snipers out ol that sightless and continued his stutree," Major Dube shouted. Mike dies for the rabbinati and was orAranson sent several bullets from dained. He is Rabbi Michael his pistol up into the tree. He Aranson but around lure he was terrified. He thought thai is affectionately "Mike" an sibly he had shot and killed, all of us who remei ei the Then thi battle in t i A gonne. bright-eyed boy who didn't have Sgt. Major Mike Aranson was alto go to war but went anyway ways in the front oi it, • and gave almost the la tfullmeas• mmanding officer, Major Dub ure The day had com.'. Sept. 29, Mike Aranson has writtei • division, the 37th, was to be book of his life and it has jus! relieved —~— — j,.-. been —a moving document. In his .-: iry he "Milton (Mike Aranson) heard g i .. Help' Help! Help' "Cl< si' to the edge of the woods un ad 1< ::\ inrougn me I>OOK. It starts in the villagi : Hayrgo out under fire and to carry the guen in Lithuania when, in the wounded off the field, th year 1890, his mother journeyed dangering another." i r. A mnri^n TU..... ... II. 1... V i. .... %  ".us en-, %  — *%  j>'^..< to America. There, in Baltimore, she was married. Then Mike Aranson was bom. There his father died when Mike still was quite young. His mother took up alone the burden of bringing up Yet the soldier couldn't be left there to be killed by another shell. Sgt. Major Aranson could have ordered one of his men to go out and fetch the wounded man back, but he wouldn't jeopardise noth r mans life in a duty he felt h. should himself be doing. • He dashed forward. German shells were coming over "And then tinearth gave w -,v An explosion, a quake. clouds of dust, darkness sleep. Sgt. Major Milton Stern of the Secoi d battalion heard no more, saw no more." Hours later Mike Aranson woke up .it a dressing station, wondered whj the sounds of battle were so far away, wondered at the bandage on his eyes. He thought mayl„. tl ey had bandaged his eyes to help him sleep better. There was no pain. He gave a prayer: "God, be merciful to those toys out there. They must go on while I sleep in peaci tin e hder he learned the trutl. it was given to him in the Utter of a comrade, Pvt. George O. Gougeon, which was gently read to him: "It seems ages ago MIHC I last spok,to you, and what a parting that was both of your eyes shot out, pitifully wounded ... I spoke to you and, as i ver, you smiled, God, that smile went through me like a knife. Thi re you stood, both eyes gone, and still you could smile." Then followed the long hospitalization, tinrehabilitation and re-education for sightless living, the valorous struggle toward the rabbinate at the Hebrew Union College and the attainment. But his ordination as rabbi was only a ceremonial of words; he was alI ady a self consecrated man be: r< God. Happily married, Rabbi Michael Aranson resides in Cincinnati. He is frequently heard giving the prayers at American Legion meetings or speaking a sermon for veh rang. There is a poignant footnote that he could have added to his story: In 1944 his half-brother, I)r Aaron Michaelson, a Navy lieutenant, was lost when his ship went down in battle in the South Pacific. He was serving the wounded at the moment of drat::. (The book: "Broken Lights" by Michael Aaronson, 337 pages, $2.75. Published by the Johnson & Hardin Co., Cincinnati.) T13GUST BROS Ry £ r ts^thc DBSTf Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative 'JwiMpMi *S* qpv %  <* Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 JWB to Establish Summer Camp in South Southern Jewry will have a summer camp in the area if efforts of the southern section of the National Jewish Welfare board are successful. Search for a camp site will begin shortly, according to Gus Jacobson, field director for the section, in Atlanta, Ga. Jacob6on also reported that the section youth committee, scheduled to hold a youth institute the first week of June, is attempting to secure a state park site for the meeting of southern Jewish young people. Also planned is an inter-city basketball league tournament in Atlanta on March 1 and 2. On the invitation of four southtern cities the section office is analyzing the program of their community agencies for the purpose of future planning. Analysis of needs of Jewish communities in rural areas is being conducted in North Carolina and Southern Georgia by George Hantgan, JWB small community representative. I??^**^ Installation Officers Named by Pallot E. Albert Pallot, outgoing president of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge, has appointed Burnett Roth. Max R. Silver, Dr. William Schiff and Fred K. Shochet to serve on the organization's installation committee for 1947. Officers will be inducted at a dinner Sunday evening, Jan. 26. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FINE FUNERAL SERVICE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington AT*. Miami Beach EDWARD T. NEWMAN Funtr.il Director ABE EISENBERQ, Truiun FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM WEST PALM BEACH M I ZELL-S I M O N MORTUARY N. W. Mlxell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence 8. Fevllle, Funeral Director* 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. 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yiliDipidliiaun ,000 Pledsed t< Mt Sinai Hospita *• MIAMI 18, FL5i5r?RJD AY^rrM R rp g ni PRICE: TEN CENTS Pledges to the Mt. Sinai hosL,a| building fund campaign EM nearer the million dollar Ck as a total of $770,000 was Cted this week. Almost $150,10 in gifts has been recorded llast Friday in the drive.to EL $2,500,000 for a 200-bed .on-sectarian hospital under Jewish auspices in Greater Miami. A $50 000 donation from a brominent Miami financial instiMtion was announced by Sam blank, initial gifts chairman This brings to four the individual gifts n that amount. Total number of ntributors stands at 275. A ipecial subscription dinner I to provide funds for kosher I facilities in th e proposed hoi1 pital will be held at 6:30 pjn. Sunday at the Helene hotel. 11030 l$th st. Admission will be $50 per plate. Kathan Ginsberg of Miami Beach I chairman of the committee interested in raising funds for the >sher kitchen which will cost ipproximately $50,000. Next in the series of almost |laily campaign meetings will be luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today Lt the Only Inn. At that time Beach special gifts workers will [eport to Cochairmen Jack Abtt, Jack D. Burris. Joseph Lip1 and Joseph Rose. $1,309,741 GOAL FOR '47 Some 95 directors of Federation adopted a quota of SI.309,741 to be raised by Greater Miami Jewry next year. A meeting which lasted until 2 a.m. changed the budget committee's recommended $1,026,691 quota by increasing the United Jewish Appeal allocation from $650,000 to S900.000 and the Joint Defense Appeal from $7,500 to $13,500. and granted an additional administration reserve fund. CONGRESS SIDELIGHT BASLE, Switzerland (JTA)— A woild conference of J' journalists was held in Basle fur the purpose of establishing a world union of newspapermen writing in various languages. Zalman Rubashov. editor of Davar, the largest daily newspaper in Palestine, was elected chairman of the conference. Following a tribute to the Jewish writers who died during the war, Aznel Carlebach, another Palestinian editor. reported on the aims of the proposed union, including the establishment of a course in journalism at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem and the publication of a memorial book for Jewish journalists. Zionists Adjourn Without Electing, Fail To Act Directly On Partition BASLE, Dec. 24 (JTA)-The 22nd World Zionist Congress closed here today without electing a new president or executive and without acting directly on the issue of partition. Concluding its sixteen-day session at 5 p.m., the Congress authorized the newly-elected Actions committee to elect an executive Wednesday morning. Dr. Chaim Weizmann left Basle Tuesday morning, several hours after the Congress, by a vote of 171 to 154, had rejected Zionist participation in the London conference "under the present circumstances." The vote was considered a blow to Dr. Weizmann's chances of being re-elected to the presidency of the World Zionist Organization, and a victory for Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Weizmann Says He Is No Longer Seeking Presidency Before he left, Weizmann told his political advisers that he was no longer seeking the presidency. It is understood that at an early hour this morning, before the Congress had voted on the resolution against participation in the London talks, Ben Gurion suggested to Weizmann that he head the delegation to London as honorary president if the Zionists should decide to go, but the man who has led the world Zionist movement almost without interruption • the end of World War I rejected the suggestion. The text of the resolution on the London conference reads as follows: since "The tome to Dedicate Annex Decorated with flags and buntig, the new annex to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be dedijated at 2 p.m. Sunday. Harold Bhapiro, director of the building Bund drive, announces that a large JMtendance is expected to witness "e dedication of the annex which ^•as constructed under the peral supervision of Max Green*rg, chairman of the building ionunittee. In charge of arrangements for the ceremony are Judge Harold B Spaet, president of the Home; R'dney L. W.mtraub, chairman P the building fund drive, Max %  Creenberg and Harold Shapiro. -The present building houses 14 |> the old folks, but, with the ^ew addition, 40 residents will be wommodated. "he new annex is located a few feet from the old building on S. W. 12th ave. and Third st. A canopy-covered walk will lead from the new annex to the chapel and dining room of the old building. A sun porch 80 feet long, with blue sun-protecting glass windows, and furnished with magazine tables and upholstered chairs, will accommodate residents of the Home and their visitors. The building itself is of concrete block and stucco construction, with a red tile roof. Individual rooms, each accommodating two people, will be furnished with two beds, a flow lamp, a night table, a radio, two chairs and two dressers. Eac-n bedroom will have at least two windows and will be mechanic(Contintii'd on Puge 4) BWV Commander Here When National Commander JGton Richman of the Jewish Ivv u rans initia tes the Alfred %  Kohn memorial class of the |*^<' Beach post Jan. 1, Miss 1*11 u Kohn Alfr ed's sister, %  fail .? mong lhe man y veterans I A m g the oath of membership. I A for mer WAC. Miss Kohn will KlM i al cer emonies which IT Replace at 8 p.m. WednesrCc e an n i 8 ^ th l Miami Beach 1 ,can Lt 'g'on home. L^mmander Hichman will TrrJaft? Hurtfurd Conn Tues Km nT"L and Wi %  %  met by KB" K Jany Adams of the |Wyt*n Ch P St and Sheriff KL M Va n Rahman will hEiia^ Year s Eve p flrt y a t K £X h otel and the Sw %  "* ttme as Adams' guest. fcclude u ,' n cere monies will a e logy by Rabbi Leon *r of -Urnett K 01 1 wU1 ** ""Per wiir K rem nieS A buffet '^rmanoVtr^S* Feld 'I the evening. Installation of officers of the newly-organized Ladies auxiliary of the post will also be held Wednesday evening. Officers ar Mrs. Sol Jaffe. founder of tne auxiliary, president; Mrs So' Friedman, senior vice president. Mrs. Willard Bender, juntoi president; Mrs. Ben Niren. treasurer; Mrs. J. Gerrig. judge advocate; Mrs. Herman SokoloW, chaplain, and Mrs Theodore Gulkis, Mrs. Julius Oshlag and Mrs. I. Crystal, trustees. All Jewish veterans of tn Greater Miami area are ellgiOM to become initiated Wednesday night. Arrangements may oe made with Commander Adams. The class to be inducted memorializes Staff Sgt. Kohn son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Kohn, 600 W. 45th st. He was killed while serving as an invas^n correspondent for "Stars and Strip. in southern France. He had been news editor of the Algiers edition and managing editor of the Rome edition of the Army newspaper. WORLD CONGRESS UPHOLDS STATEHOOD. URGES RESISTANCE OF WHITE PAPER Before voting on the London conference, the World Zionist Congress adopted, after many hours of discussion, which grew extremely acrimonious at times, the following resolutions: Confirming the Biltmore Declaration which calls for the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth. The wording of the resolution was attacked by Zisling, who urged that it be changed to read "a Jewish Commonwealth in a whole and undivided Palestine." Both he and Mordechai Bentov of the Hashomer Hatzair, left-wing Socialists, charged that the Zionist executive paid lip service to the demand for a Jewish state in Palestine, but actually supported partition. These and other minority proposals were defeated. Condemning the White Paper and calling for resistance against its policies. This was adopted unanimously, but a debate developed on the section of the resolution calling for implementing the struggle against the White Paper. Bentov stressed that the resistance must be carried on through legal and illegal immigration and colonization, but not bv terrorism. _. .... Scores Terrorism-Urges Dissidents to Subnut to Discipline Condemning "murder and shedding of innocent blood be waged." trial or release, repudiating their activities. Zionist Organization not ^soW ed e ^ This resolution P^PfS ? h e Revisionists not be seated win g ^es demandmajhattt.. ^ ^ d d ta any official ^tnnnosing automatic suspension if the and the %  SESMSSW allotted time. J^SASSSi Will Be Sought me World Zionist Congress resolves that under the existing circumstances the Zionist movement will not participate in the conference on Palestine which the British government is holding in London. If a change should take place in the situation, the Actions committee of the World Zionist Organization shall consider the matter and decide whether to participate in the conference or not." Prior to adoption of the resolution, the 24 delegates of the Hashomer Hatzair declared that they would vote for attendance at the conference only if the British government abolished the White Paper, ceased expelling Jewish immigrants from Palestine and did not partition Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states. Failure to Elect Attacked ~The decision to adjourn the Congress without electing a new executive, which was voted 116 to 37 with 65 delegates abstaining, came after the Congress had marked time for 24 hours during which party leaders were attempting to reach an agreement (Continued on Page 4) lb ., e w,sn ^*~ : to explore mstructing •• %  "M5"cooperation. Eliezer Pro, he possibles %  £j*Sd th0t hlS gr UP ^ 0 ,he Hashomer H^ '^ d a bi n a.ional ArabEarned from ^ecausej^ ~ ^ mqed an Jewish state. Moshew.^ ^ ^ the COMIC DANCER HERE FOR BEACH Y CONCERT Iva Kitchell, renowned dancer and humorist, who will appear on the Community Concert Series under the auspices of the YM St WHA of Miami Beach at the Miami Beach Senior High school tomorrow evening, has made an enviable place for herself in the world of the dance with her unique one-woman shows. Back of her seemingly carefree satire can be seen an artist developed through long preparation. She has studied with some of the world's greatest dancers—Dolin, Caton, Minura, Celli and Staats of the Paris Opera. At 14 she became a member of the Chicago Opera Ballet. Her way of relaxing from her strenuous hours of classes, rehearsals, and performances was to regale her colleagues with caustic impersonations of the temperamental soloists. One of these hilarious episodes was witnessed (unknown to Iva) by the ballet master. Instead of ending Miss Kitchell's dance hopes, this occurrence furthered them. She was assigned her first comedy role, an immediate success, and subsequently (Continued on Page 4) 1 • % %  i I s !. 1 n i r I it.



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.*.?*"3K*iit*:*£ <>-'i&SS&i: • I i • J PAGE EIGHT *Je*lstifk>rtcfto/7 1 / Local Pioneer Women Entertain Executive Milt Brandt Miss Millie Brandt, recently elected to the national executive of Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine, arrived here yesterday to spend three weeks in the interests of the three local chapters of Greater Miami Pioneer Women. She is head of the legislative and social' action program for the 300 chapters of the organization in Canada, Mexico and try United States. Several luncheons, a tea, special meetings and a seminar are being ^planned by the Kadimah chapter, Club Number One and the Beach Club for Miss Brandt. A native of England, Miss Brandt was formerly national vice president of the American Jewish Congress and is active on the legislative committees of AJC. the New York State Board of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, the New York City Federation of Women's Clubs and the New York State and City Legislative committees of the Liberal Party. A quota of $650,000 for 1947 has been set by the Pioneer Women to aid their sister organization, the Palestinian Working Women's council. The local chapters are also doing their share in the special $250,000 building and expansion fund to erect 25 new children's homes for young refugees in Palestine. Reservations Closed For New Year's Party With 110 couples signed up for the Coral Gables Jewish Center New Year's Eve party, reservations have been closed, according to Sidney Lewis, chairman of the dance which will be held at the Coral Gables Woman's club. Ten couples from Pratt Genera] hospital and Rabbi and Mrs. Albert Michela of the Hillel foundation will be guests at the affair, Milton Rubin, soloist, and Herbert Cole, master of ceremonies, will provide entertainment. Eduardo F. Reyes, public relations counsel specializing In Latin-Amenian affairs, will be guest speaker at the Center's meeting Sunday evening, Jan. 5, at the Hillel house. He will be introduced by Dr. Leonard Gllclcstein. Sam Silver, president, will conduct the short business meeting prior to the program. Refreshments will be served. Patients and personnel of Pratt hospital were entertained by the Center at a "cheese blintzes" party following religious services Friday evening. Children of the Center's Sunday school attended a Chanukah party at the Hillel house Sunday. Mrs. Sidney Richman was in charge, Dance to Facilitate Refugee Medical Care A carefully dove-tailed promam to provide first-rate medical services for all refugees now in Palestine and for those who are continuing to come into the country has been worked out by Hadassah. The plan provides for the examination of all immigrants on arrival; medical service in hostels and transit camps; general and specialized hospitalization; convalescent care, supply of medical appliances; dental treatment and preventive medicine and hygiene supervision in camps and settlements. The Miami Beach group of Hadassah is contributing to the Hadaasah medical organization the entire proceeds of a donor dinner I dance Jan 5 at the Copa Cabana club. Reservations are being taken by the chairman of the affair, Mrs. Joseph Lipton, and Mrs Joseph Williamson and Mrs. Louis Heiman. BROTHERHOOD SKIT PRESENTED FOR AJC A skit, "Brotherhood In Action," was presented by Mrs. Max Shapiro, intcrfaith chairman, at a meeting of the Miami Women's division of the American Jewish Congress Monday afternoon at Beth David synagogue. Bernard Gittelson of the National AJC office was guest speaker. Mrs. Joseph Fine, president, conducted the meeting. YPL to Aid Center Fund Proceeds of Sunday night's dance to be sponsored by the Young People's league at the Miami Beach Jewish Center will be donated to the Center's building fund. The new Center will be located at 17th st. and Washington ave. TIE WESTERN MEAT COMPANY 2122 N. W. Seventh An. Miami, Florida PHONE 3-7637 Seek Support for JDA A resolution urging the allocation of $13,500 to the Joint Defense Appeal by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been passed by the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith. A similar resolution for maximum financial support for JDA, which raises funds for AntiDcfamation league and American Jewish committee activities, was passed by Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith several weeks ago. I tfeance Jxmigkt! Tonight we delve into the realm of the GOOD SPIRITS UNLESS YOU PREFER THE CHEAPER BRANDS! MMMtfsj 1749 N. MIAMI AVE. •* Minmi'i Hoper Turn Reoae SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglade* Concourse Phone 6-3755 RENTALS—SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL J-Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach TRULY ROLEN. Pre*tdemi Y Campers to Attend Chanukah Reunion Chanukah reunion of children who attended the Miami Y home camp last summer will be held at 3:30 p.m. today at the Y. The campers will see movies, play games and have community singing. Refreshments will be served. FRIDAY, Obituaries PROPER Charles I*roper. 70. of 1403 S. W 291h ave died Monday night In a local li--pii.il after a brief Illness. ||,. mine here seven yearn ago from New York city and la survived by a ton and a daughter there. The body was sent to New York by the Palniei Kiiini.il home Wednesday for final .aid Interment. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVK.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In biislnesa under the fletltloua name ol BCHAFFEK'H PLUMBINd CO., No) Inc., at *21 8, YV. 18th Ave.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL ML BCHA9TER, Bole owner. HILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Applicant. 12 27 1/3-10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File A 10181 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that M. 11.u km.-, holder of Qounlv T.i\ Cert If Irate No. 7(>K Issued the 6th dav of June. All l'.MI, has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon Bald Certificate embraces the following described property In the County Of Pule. State of Florida, to-wit: W', Beotlon X. Township M South, Range .tr, Baet containing Ito acres more or less In the Countv of Dude, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In th. name of Chaa B. Krmentrout. Unleu said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the propert) described therein will be sold to tin highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month • if February. 1947. which In the 3rd dav of February. 1947. Dated this 19th day of December, 194H. (Circuit Court Seal) E. H LKATHF.RMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida fly N C. STBRRETT. DC. 12/20-27 1/3-10 MR ANNUM* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS The Federal Se vinos •no' Loan Insurance Corporation isiur.i Individual account* up lo $5,000. Husband end *lf. may h., Mai ef $ 11.000, fully inturad. Chats Faderal sevlnos account, are leoel lavedmash for Trust Funds, ai wall ai rSindi Said by uardU ess, Administrators end Esecutors. Funds invaded on er Safer, the 10th of the month ears ai ef th. 1st ef th. currant month. Funds invaitad attar tha 10th ears a* ef Iks first | tha following month. •CURRENT DIVIDEND RATI CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Mil Llstels Read... M -a.|f n, c | tlt ,, .it,. %  osMreaa 8w |U.f*Mtt C I. CLEMENTS, retldaat l-nd t„ rig,,?'**. liSl SWA8D SO [>, with thntk'V" ROSE KIISIIPD"RMTAnSrJ U lAMWaSSnta iiA-iTSW* -* {he undersigned, de.in^J !" business under the n.-nwl KENDRICKg TOaTSM 8. W. Eighth Street, m(£ MM name with th. nJ NOTICE IS HEHEBYoid the undersigned, deartajiji business w.der the flctlttonai ROYAL POINClANA RESTil I' Ml s W 17th ASM I Intend lo register f with th.dlerk of theCimiHI I lade Ci unty, Florida RUDOLF BE0E MARTHA BECE AMOg BENJAMIN. All rnej fur Rudolf AMartha Urgent, .".'•'• i llympla Hide. Mljall 27 I MO-H NOTICE 18 HEREBTQIV the iindnelKned, deinnjtosl 1 ess under the flctitlMi I ALLAPATTAH l'Uol'ERTIaal City of Miami, Klonds, IntMU later the said name with Of of the Circuit Court ol DAM Florida. 1 ANN MBTERS WEIXSTEB ANNA II RES'NEK MEIE" :.T 1 3-10-17 NOTICE 18 IIEREBIGITI the unilei .signed, desirinf to t. business under the fictitious i SIXTY-SECOND STREET I TIBS, In, the City uf Mual,| Intend to register the aid i the Clerk of the Circuit Court J County, Florida. JKRKY WEINSTDN 1IKNJAMIN METERS It'.HKRT 11RENXHR IIKlt.MAS' H. BREXXE 12/30-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIT the uml. r.-lc'ie.l. desirlnt to tsl busll ess under the flctittoue aL TROPICAL TRADERS, st *| Itth Ave., Miami, FIs.. Wf rssjlsti nid name wiul tail the (licult Court of Ds Florida. KEBA R*LSU | I 3-Hi-lT Sole I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIY2 the umlrrnlened, deslniuitosjj businesn under the flctltloiaM VAN DYKE MOTORS, st 311 Bevei th Ave., Miami. K, am reclster wid """ ""," J of the Circuit Court ol W r Fl0r "' a .|LARENCEJWAL BAJlUEL FLEScH ISAAC JOFFE. 1 SAAU Ji'rrr.. Attorney for AppUcanu. 1/29 U/I-U-I0-2J NOTICE IS HEREBY 0IYI the undersigned, deslrlnf to* business under th' !" MMh FLORIDA rPHOWTSLl 00.. i" the city of Wf* 1 lnt..„.l to register I**** the Clerk of th. -Circuit I 'lB C H^iiHr!RT 1 |^'' HETTY HITMAN 'Atti.rn.-v for Applicant* ll/JS 12 l-lMf-M NOTICE 18 HEREBY Orffl Ihi^un T !.rs.gn..d deslrlWJMJ ,, f ,i„. circuit ooort of %  "" %  Alton H"" 1 "i'Siid nm*n business ug%fijft, st WJJ HERMANS S^'Ajf ^'Tlr.uli'cr. %  *""" %  0KV] %  AM KrS Aprils* AttornjJ ''b\it1105 < ongre's^ BP0SI e/* H



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^ 1946 uifbtween You and Me" ** By BORIS SMOLAR „ M iq46, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Copy 1 *"' HI ECHOES: trC Zionist Congress ithat tne < %  __ aled that a Ton be revealed for Palestine was ^C log'Sore the ex%  fSe Jcw.sK Agency JV strangely enough. %  i nf" this project were ,U,U ,hI Arabs and to the Khont"-" in Cairo unJg a dancc of Lord Moyne, T5ff Bba r i K 1; jddle East, prmr to his as£n by Palestine extremXe'Arabs and the SoySato are likely to obtain Jion on British intentions 5M Palestine much earlier ..; Zionists. The nature Home's partition rtJJ k nown to some of the top to leaders. It would have .proposed by the British govxnt had Moyne not been asted. • • %  ther it would nave been ac1 by the Jewish Agency is lonable, since it offered very K even to those who belieVe partition is the only solution Palestine problem ... Dr. ann believes that had Lord ^ not been killed, his plan, [eras it was, could have be„ a basis for negotiations lowing the assassination, the ash tabled the plan in retaliabut the scheme may be reat the London conference ilestine. present sentiment of the ) can be Judged from the of their diplomatic repre_iw at the opening session K Zionist Congress. This is first time since the Balfour ration that the British have conspicously absent. But also the first time in the of a Zionist Congress that lentatives of Soviet Russia f-f the Vatican were present. Tn change deserves attention. • • • STIC TRENDS: [three-day conference of the W Defense Appeal which opens ft Louis or. Jan. 4 to discuss for fightinq anti-Semitism Has country will be unique in I MI* that there will be very % speakers. The program • conference has been so arKed tnat the delegates will not JTalked at," but rather have %  opportunity t, talk themselves. Wk conference is well timed WANT MY MILK Eitib. 1*24 ** Be SUM FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED T*lk Producer £* %  • 2-2621 in light of the alarming signs of • resurgence of racial and religious bigotry, which was lets noticeable during the war period, when anti-Semitic elements were afraid to show their ugly heads. One would not believe this possible, but it is a fact that certain anti-Jewish groups, especially the Stoner Anti-Jewish Party, is now distributing business reply cards calling for anti-Jewish amendments to the U. S. Constitution. One suggested amendment would "make it unlawful and impossible for Jews to live in North America" The Conference of the Joint Defense Appeal is the first ever called by the organization for t: < purpose of having Jewish leaders from all parts of the country discuss the problems in anti-defamation work which concern their communities. This will be the first time that the entire program of defense, as developed by the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamatior. league, will be discussed and analyzed by more than 1,000 Jewish communal leaders. • • • THE PLOTTERS: Speaking of anti-Semitic elements in the United States, it is advisable that every Jow in this country read "The Plotters" by John Roy Carlson, just published by Dutton... As in his previous book, "Under Cover," the author has gone a long way to expose the activities of the anti-Semitic and fascist groups in this country. He not only reports facts, but substantiates many of them with photostats of documents. The picture that emerges shows that drives against the Jews are not only being plotted by organizations known for their antiJewish program, but also by racketeers who are just trying to cash in on bigotry. The author does not miss up on any of the groups which are active in spreading racial and religious hatred in this country. The book is therefore a Who's Who of Amercan antiSemites, exposing their methods and warning America not only of their existence but also of the::' motives. There is no doubt that Jewish organizations which are watching anti-Semitic activities in this country hav e had these facts all along. However, this does not minimize the importance of Carlson's bo^fc and the service which he has rendered not only to Jews but also to all democratic elements in the United States by his courageous exposure • • • • ANTI-IMMIGRATION TRENDS: A "peaceful battle" is now in progress between leaders of two labor unions over an article urging non-admission of displaced Jews into the United States. The article, which selects the homeless Jews as the target of vituperation, was publ form of an editorial in the International Teamster, official orga-. of one of the largest labor un >n the country. To add in ..• to injury, v, ... : under th e title "Immigrants Brine Evil Idea:," ... 1 • S / %  • merit %  ecretary manag. : • '" % %  •. Local 22 %  Wr i teatv to Da'r.iel Tobin, pre ni T ,, bnion, expressing lndign over the -venomous hostility" dis\ Pyed t< %  lisplaced J i il. .1 ti DP camps in Eui : dtd v. at the pn lent t thi T< stei Union take action "to eradi• v the unfortunate editoi PAGE ELEVEN OPERA SPONSORS But Tobin's paperi after receiving Zimmerman's letter, published another editorial aggravating the situation rather than improving il The seccond article gave "economic" arguments against admission of refugees which were no more valid than the "ideological" reasons advanced in the prevIOUS editorial. W. -i. u:,. p. X %  %  tiently wi • letter of I : ] The result was ;, personal reply from the :> leader repeating the usual line, sue:. "some of my best friends arc Jew.-". But he reitei it. deti rmination to t • ,,t the immigration of ... I • is al : that "un ler 1 • pretense of helping thi real suff< ring | eople, othi advantage of it and tl. %  -.. i r weaker, the bars of lmmigra'.."... He agree that thi migration quotas assigned sin I the h t ginning of the war would have taken care of the homeless Jews now ;n camps in Europe. But in the same bn ath he s1 that "undesiral : e United Stati I • ereby open the door to a imwit jits numbers those who would not make the right kind of American ... And, of C argument of "trying to pn 'unemployment in the future" is I T in excusi attitudi Marx Feinberg, Sholem lodge opera chairman, receives another batch of tickets for "La Boheme" from Arthur di Filippi, director of the Miami Opera Guild, which will stage the produc'ion in January at Miami Senior High school. Looking on are Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of the lodge. and Mrs. Sam Goldman, president of Miami B'nai B'rith Women. Sholem lodge has reserved 500 tickets for the Jan. 14 performance for its members and guests who will see Feinberg in the cast of local singers and Metropolitan Opera stars. eventh Avenue Portrait Btudloe. IN THE MAIL Editor Is Commended To The Editor: I believe the community owes a special word of commendation for your efforts in behalf of the establishment of a kosher kichen at the soon to be erected Mt. Sinai Hospital. Too often in communal activiwe are prone to overlook the lals and customs which for many centuries have kept the Jewish people alive as a religious entity. I did not know that the directors of Mt. Sinai had not planned on a kosher kitchen, but we do know that as a result of your efts, and the efforts of some of %  u s leaders, the impor:. uncement of a kosher kitchen was made to the commur..Very truly vours. BURNETT ROTH WINX SLATE DANCE A social party featuring refreshments and dancing will be held at the next meeting of the Miami Beach Winx chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, according to Miss Arlyne Dinnerstein, new president. The meeting will be held at 7:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8 at the Beach Y. Other officers of the group are the Misses Judy Hadley, vice president: Hcnny Rosenthal, recording secretary; Lois Millman, I corresponding secretary; Evelyn Kaplan, treasurer. Sound—Stable—Vigorous j Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS { LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Years of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach Your Complete Department Store With Qual'ty Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagfar St, Miami Quality 3ood Producti Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., lot Phone 2-6141 1725 N. 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pECEMBER 27, 1946 [F LAGLER r ui OVAL ^WEDNESDAY L,er Kennel club FlorI nne greyhound racSSKss fes=--s iJEefor the new We, Clung and listed among Kgfeatest racing dog, Ifft Flagler tr... k will be 7J for the big -Pcmng $ night. Several tafcSshav, already been fr the track In order to t the betting, an addiWtmg sh, I has been 1 between the Gi indftand Iddock. aarv stools have been ifiong the rail to allow birds to witness the race L-t The racing strip has Surfaced and will give the fc finest racing surface of I track in Ann i a. I^n L. Huntley and Jacob Knersof the popular West fig track, have announced %  afler will continui to have |wo exclusive features, the gstartin.K boxes and the desenber board, which iihe leading dogs at three U posts on the track. f is the only dog track in ntry with the i two feato the large i 1 expectNew Yea:'.night, the for the opi rung race 7:30 p.m. tounds will be timed in instead of fifths this sea|Flagler. %  rig the first ick to timi digs in An elect: er, workimatically by the start of and closing by an elecat the finishing line, will le dog.-. — precision Sabbath Set cal Synagogues Bltaneously w I t h Hillel itions through ut the Unities, the Univi rsity of Mi[illel group v memoitional Hillel Sabbath this ad at houses (if worship in |tr Miami. Sabbath is di igned to isize the contribution oi life on t h e university from the University mi who will appear at loPgregations under the sponM the local B'nai B'rith Ifoundation include Morton m and Irene Jacobs at Israel; Al .-Viler and Sal•Beth David: Roslyn Perl%  Norton Pallot, Miami Mewtoh Center; Carol TanG,**" Goldfu-id. TemP"Molom: Mona Pastroff "Alvm, Miami Jewish OrCongrept;„n. and Irwin and Harry Klein, Beth ^t^tfkrldiar B Vie atth hem inland 0\d M # Water SEQF SIX *Si %  .-.: p HONE 2-4128 MASTER OF PARODIES Geltners to Be Hosts At Son's Bar Mitzva thoP £ a kiddush af te" the Bar Mitzva 0 f their son. B-rry Myron. Saturday morning the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. Barry i s a ?B student at Shenandoah Junior High school. Among those attending the from the University of Illinois. A 'dical student. Bernard was recently voted into Phi Eta Sigma, honorary organization for freshmen. Alec Templeton. blind pianist and composer whose local concert Jan. 9 will be sponsored by the Temple Beth Sholom P.T.A.. is a master at parodies of opera and other serious music. "All laughter is based on some form of incongruity," Templeton says. "The point of every good ioke is a remark or a situation that you haven't been expecting. "Suppose that, at the opera." he continues, "a voice sounds hooty or forced. It's a normal reaction for a listener to think, 'Just like a fog-horn.' Well, that's where the fun starts! I let that voice carry on as if it really were a fog-horn, and fill a parody with what would happen if the suggested incongruity were an actuality. Of course, there's nothing funny about the horn by itself. What counts is the shock of finding horn tones in soulful operatic arias where you wouldn't expect them. The Rudy Vallee tones in my Valkyrie opera, and the switch from Dinah to Aida in Da-i-nah are based on the laugh which comes from incongruity." Mizrachi Men to Elect. Discuss Basle Parley "• fficers will be held by the Men's division of the Miami Beach Mizrachi 3 p.m Satat Beth Jacob. Reports from the World Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland and the latest news from the Holy Land will be given. A Melave Malche of refreshments and traditional songs red by Max Feit will : low the business met The public is invited. B'NAI B'RITH TO TREAT BZB Girls Entertain GI's AT BOWL GAME \ Old Folks at Party Hospitalized servicemen attending the Orange Bowl game New Year's day will eat popcorn and peanuts and all the trimmings through the courtesy of local B'nai B'rith groups. One hundred dollars has been allocated by the Miami and Miami Beach mens and womens lodges to buy refreshments for 500 servicemen convalescing in local hospitals who will attend the game. Mrs. Ida Optner, who has entertained wounded servicemen at football games for the past few years, will be in charge of the project for B'nai B'rith. OLD COUNTRY CITED NEW YORK, (JTA)—The English Committee of the Louis LaMed Foundation for the Advancement of Hebrew and Yiddish Literature this week announced the winners of the Foundation's 1947 awards. They are: "The Old Country," by Julius and Frances Butwin, a translation from the Yiddish of selected stories from Sholom Aleichcm. and "Letters from the Desert," by Moshe Mosenson, translated from the Hebrew by Hilda Auerbach and edited with an introduction by Shlomo Grodzensky. Calling Garment Mfgrs., Laundries Cleaners. Tailors} Dressmakers 1 BUTTONS For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLES. HANGERS, PINS, NEEDLES, SCISSORS, SHEARS Phone 2-5590 FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 162 W. Flagler Street Members of BZB chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, took time out from their holiday activities to entertain residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged at a Chanukah party Sunday afternoon at the Home. Miss Rosalyn Mendelsohn, president, presented two albums of records to the old folks as a Chanukah gift. Entertainment was provided byCarol Aronovitz, Barbara Boyell and Rencc Kaler, accompanied by Rita Quartin. who played several solo piano selections. Refreshments were served by the girls. Assisting were Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, district director f B'nai B'rith girls work, and Mrs. Sam Silver, BZB advisor. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Colllnt Wain. Ave. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. CnBD 121D Telephone 5-1017 r~ agler Street ^ i ASK FOR PETER DOELGER LAMBIC (Premium) BEER LAMBIC (Scotch) ALE IT'S THE BES 1 DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT I METAL FILE CABINETS AVERY OFFICE "CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT Ne w Walnut Straight and Arm Chairs SUPPLIES, Inc. PHONE 9-9925 \ FULL LIFE READINGS J NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS I PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Li'e Readings Daily Tak e Bus to Doer 901 N. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +JewlstncrkJk*n FRIDAY. \ Council Women Slate Annual Dinner-Dance Preliminary plans for their annual dinner-dance brought committee members of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women, together for luncheon Monday afternoon at the Sea Isle hotel. The Colonial Inn will be the scene of the dance Jan. 19, according to Mrs. David Phillips, chairman. Meeting with Mrs. Phillips Monday were Mrs. Nat L. Williams, president of the section; Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub. cochairman; Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston, Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. L. Kupper, in charge of tickets; Mrs. Joseph Fenias. arrangements; Mrs. William Farr. souvenir program; Mrs. Frank Weiss and Mrs. I. Rubin, reservations; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treasurer; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. J. F. Gleicher, publicity. ^CQ^BJJ Two Beach Attorneys Announce Partnership Formation of the law firm of Berick and Shapiro, 605 Lincoln rd., is announced by Judge Morris Berick and his brother-in-law, Herbert S. Shapiro. A graduate of Boston university law school. Judge Berick served as judge Of the oroncr*s court in Rhode Island from 1928-32. He is a d mi 11 e d to practice before the bars of Florida and Rhode Island, U. S. supreme court. district court for Rhode Island and the southern d i s tnct of Florida. BERICK UNVEILING A monument to the memory of the late Samuel Miller. 1919 S.W. 17th St., will be unveiled at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer, of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation of which Mr. Miller was an officer, will read the services. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late David Adlcrblum. 1820 S.W. Sixth st., will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Spinoza Forum Slates Talks by Rabbi. Editor Two speakers will address the Spinoza Forum Saturday afternoon. Dr. Max Kaufman, author, poet and rabbi of the Hollywood Jewish Center, will speak on "The Bible in Our Atomic Age,"' and Symon Gould, associate editor of •The American Vegetarian." will give "A Vegetarian's Message tithe Peacemakers as Exemplified in the Vegetarian Philosophies of Thoreau. Tolstoi and Ghandi." Charles H. Lee will give his fourth lecture in the series on "The Heaven and the Earth" Monday evening. The Spinoza Forum meets under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th st. between Collins ave. and Ocean dr. Chaim Reuben Rose is chairman. Unveiling of a monument to the memory of James H. Graef circuit court of: ,, tak(? p]ace 230 pm Sund;iy SHAPIRO appeals. FCC and the U. S. department and tax Over 21 Group Plans Dance lor January 11 Featuring the College Band, the Over 21 Social Group will hold a dance. Jan. 11 at the Beach Y. A group of entertainment will be presented by members of the group. Tickets. 75 cents per person. will be sold only at the door, according to Miss Norma Green, president. AJC BOOK REVIEW Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Leland Stowe's new book on the atomic age. "While Time Remains." for the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress this afternoon. The event, part of the Frida Review Series, will be held 1:30 p.m. at the Miam Jewish Center. y at Beach GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS will MVI en %  new roof later "Satlafactary Work by Exparlancad Man" 414 W. 22nd Ay.nu. W. 22nd PHONE ,d A J ,r Life Inauranea Eatataa Authoritatively Programmea) NAT GANS Metropolitan Llfa Int. Co. •07 Blacayna Bldg. Ph. 1-1414 r 4-MS1 TOP son. 44)335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MOCK and MARL. Any Mixture No She ila or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimate All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace treasury courts. Past president of the Henry Friedman lodge of B'nai B'rith and of Temple Beth Sholoni. he is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity, Mahi Shrine Temple and the National Children's Cardiac Home board of governors. Shapiro held a teaching exchange fellowship awarded by the French government at the Lycee Du Puy. France, in 1930. following his graduation with honors from Columbia college. He received his law degree from Columbia in 1934 and is admitted to the bars of New York and Florida. In the Army for three years, Shapiro, while stationed here, assisted in the organization of the legal clinic and assistance office which was the first of its kind in the Army. After graduation from the Miami Beach officers' candidate school, he served overseas with the Eighth air force and received the bronze star medal. He is a member of the U. S. district court bar in New York and is admitted to practice before the U. S. treasury department and tax courts. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Arransements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-3H W Mami Beach. Rabbi Mom Meacnelorf. Canior Lo U :. 2" Friday evening service, 5 p.m. Hillel Saw, ..! p.m. with Norton Pallot of the University of Miam F n man of the University of Florida as guest SDeakar. ^c?' ing service. 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of Zelio *^L L Jack Hirsch. will be celebrated. Rabb. MeschelcS? $ > Bar Mitzva boy. Intermediate service, 9am Jun "^ JO a.m. under the direction of Max Bertman of th u c on < kiddush will be served to all groups as guests Jfu^' Hirsch. Bible study, 4 p.m., with S. J. Pre.-rtrnan in r-L r 5 p.m.. followed by Shalds Sudos at which Rabbi M f t i speak on the weekly portion of the law. Maariv 6-05 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION m 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening forum at 8:15 p.m. will be dedicate I. I foundation. Guest speakers will be Herb Rubin IV J Florida, and Miss Mona Pastroff, University of Miami ubath service at 9 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of Barry son M Mrs. Sam Geltner. will be observed. Rabbi Grauer will art congregation. Junior service, 9:30 a.m. Saturday at th* Torah. Bar Mitzva breakfast, sponsored by Mrs EtM 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school at 10 am" The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Leo M Wise will take place 1 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating Arrangements are under the direction of Gordon Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. A monument to the memory of the late Morris Solomon will be unveiled 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Mt Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of t o r d o n Monument company r nends and relatives are requested to attend. Will share small apartment free, including food and small salary, in return for light housekeeping • nd companionship to elderly ldy. Miami Beach. Lincoln Road section. Phone 58-1W or 5-7168. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third an, | Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. Hillel Sabbath services, 8:15 p.m.. with Cantor MamchaJ ating. He will be assisted by the Beth David choir under SI tiqn of Louis Powesky. Services will be conducted by tfif Zionist Action committee. Harold George Shapiro, cha the committee and vice president of the Southeastern lia_ ion. will speak on "Youth and Palestine" Also participate! be Edith Feldman, Seymour Hinkes. Jerome Kuby. Martvl Judy Saal and Rubin Smulin. Representing the Hillel ton will be Harvey Relman of the University of Florida; Mildr Florida State College for Women, and Al Adler and Sally 1.., versity of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will be hoi reception after the services in honor of the birthday of theird ter. Sarah Rose. Sabbath service, 8:30 a m Saturday, services. 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva Breakfast club. R 45 am.! sponsored by the P.-T.A. Mr. and Mrs. Max Shlafrock will I MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ITS, | Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, executirc i Homecoming service will be held tonight at 8:15 p.n cated to college youths of the community A program. Living—What Docs It Mean?" will be presented Participate be Miss Audrey Hankoff, University of Miami: I.eo Osherofl versity of Florida, and Norman Grutman. Horace Mann Rabbi Lehrman will talk on "These, Our Youth The canUrl chant the services, assisted by the choi-. Saturday mornji(| vices at 9 am Bar Mitzvas of Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs i Klein, and of Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Samuelii observed. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast Sunday morninf. Beach Mizrachi Women Elect Mrs. Brenner Mrs. Joseph Brenner, who served as president of the Miami Beach Women's division of Mizrachi several years ago. was reelected to that post Monday evening at Beth Jacob. Selected to serve with her were Mrs. S M Grundwerg. Mrs. Paulina Chill. Mrs. Minnie Lehrman. Mrs. Anna Bear and Mrs. Goldie Sir, vice presidents; Mrs Eugena Lilienfeld. treasurer; Mrs. Gertrude Harvey, financial secretary; Mrs. Betty Galbut. corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Leon Shalloway. recording secretary. Masada Plans Socials Forthcoming social events will be discussed at a meeting of Masada Thursday evening. Jan. 2 at the Beach Y. Young men between the ages of 18 and 30 years who are interest* ed in the Zionist movement are invited to attend. ALUMINUM BLINDS Especially Desirable For This Climate You may have the regular blinds, of course, but many do prefer the Aluminum. They are long-lasting and do not cost any more. Speciaal attention to out-of-town orders. Write for prices.' PROMPT DELIVERY REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Rabbi Co Zwiiman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening service. 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kapli preach on "Scapegoat Judaism and Split Personality." In ha Dr. Kaplan's birthday, a reception will be held following I vices under Sisterhood auspices with the following women j < as hostesses: Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstettcr, chairman of the.' hospitality committee, and the Mesdames Norton Benis. Pohl. Meyer Wolf and Sam A. Goldstein. Mrs Harry WohL I tion sponsor, will light the Sabbath candles. Sabbath moraii vice. 11 a.m. Saturdav. CENTER Miami LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase are Rabbi Leon Kroniih. Cantor Samuel Ktlemer. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Youth Seeks New Honzoni'J ing Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m.. dedicated as Youth Saw" An Oneg Shabbat will follow the service with the Mesdames Cn Baum, Henrietta Bcrger, Clementine Kemp. Abraham U nfJ. Seymour Weiss and the Misses Beatrice and Nan Winklerfuaj hostesses. Robert Maurer and Leslie Brown, sons of Mr. andr Murray Maurer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, will beconJ Mitzva during services which will begin at 10 45 am San Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions at all servicttj SEASON'S GREETINGS L & H RESTAURANT 1401 Washington Avenue "The Best for Less" WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. 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PAGE SIX 9-Jmlstncrknan i COUNCIL TO RAISE FUNDS FOR NIL' IL AT 12 TEAS NEXT Fl Twelve teas will be held simultaneously throughout the city from 2 to 4 p.m. next Friday afternoon to acquaint the membership of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women, with their new social welfare project-sponsorship of the Alexander Graham Bell Oral school for pre-school-aged children. It is expected that sufficient che erful atmosphere. funds to maintain and equip the M ^ Hy Kapl;m an d Mrs. Elry Stone are chairmen of the comwuu i ... •••%  •• mittee which arranged transporcity-wide broadcast over Station tho cm](iri n Special WKAT at 3:20 p.m. Mrs. Edward Including a new class -. ;.. (,.n^.rnismi> ("halll M"'H .,,.,, WKAT at a:au p.m. m.*. uw cquipnu nt meludinfi a new Class L. Cowen is fund-raising chairhea| jnf aj(1 js thl co nC(!rn of Mrs., man. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Larry Fay. 890 N. E. 75th St.; Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs Maurice Walker at the Walker home, 554 Lakeview dr.; Mrs. Joseph Williamson. 2825 Pram.' ave.; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Monte SeliR. at the Selig home, 725 DiLido dr. Mrs. William Farr and Mrs. Ada Joseph will receive guests at the Joseph home. 1212 Everglades concourse: Mrs. Sam Blank. 600 E DiLido dr.: Mrs. Jack Miller. 5313 LaGorce dr.: Mrs. Stuart Gordon. 347 N. E. 26th ter.: Mrs. George Adler. 1941 S. W. 18th st And Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, 5050 Alton rd.; Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers at the Myers home, 512 S W. 21st ave.: Mrs. Herbert Scher with Mrs Philip Weinstein at the latter's home. 1516 S. W. 12th st. Located at Lockhead Memorial hall. Highland Park, the oral school helps children to learn lip reading and to use any residual hearing they may have. At present 21 youngsters are being taught to speak despite the fact that they may never have heard their own voices. With the school grounds recently acquired from the City of Miami welfare and recreation department, a Council committee headed by Mrs. Leonard Egert is furnishing and decorating the hall SEASONS GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 Philip Weinstein's committee Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, chairman of the project for Coim.il. serves on the governing committee of the school with Mrs. Nat Williams. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine and Mrs Stanley C Myers, of Council, and Mrs. John Gibbons. Mrs Betty Chambless, Mrs, Allen Clements and Di Dora Clemer, representing the Miami Society for the Hard of Hearing winch inaugurated the school last year. SEASON'S GREETINGS UN. EQUIPMENT COMPANY 926 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-4872 SEIBERLING T^€l44€HfC% TIRES Performance proves a tire's worth. Extra performance can come only from tires that are built better. For extra performance choose a SEIBERLING. It has to be better to be a SEIBERLING. See them NOW at DIXIE! Five Convenient Neighborhood Stations DIXIE TIRE fjo •^ MIAMI MIAMI BrAtH MST 7f. Miami Are. MS* N. W. 17th Ave. M P OtS Fifth Street Phone S-UM 1840 Alton Road Phone 8-97*4 Electrical ftppli


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PAGE SIXTEEN 9-JmistfhrkHiui iii-. FRIDAY. DE A Sound Investment in Community Living MT. SINAI CAMPAIGN GOAL 42,500,000 HOSPITAL DRIVE Perpetuate the Memory of A Loved One or Honor the Name of A Living Person FOLLOWING IS A TENTATIVE LIST OF DEDICATION GIFT OPPORTUNITIES: %  SEPARATE BUILDING OR WING OF THE HOSPITAL \n Philosopi.' Building or Wing ^nd Ghandi." !" and Patients Wing U eivc his 1 PhJ;4 on"* Patients Wing Admitting. Delivery and Nursery Wing Research. X-Ray and Operating Wing Out-Patient Building or Wing A DEPARTMENT OF THE HOSPITAL Surgical Operating Suite Physical Therapy Laboratory Radiology A CLINICAL DIVISION OF THE HOSPITAL General Surgery Obstetrics ......_ Medicine Gynecology Pediatrics OTHER OPPORTUNITIES Board oi Directors Room Maternity Bed Unit Children's Patient Unit Chapel Pharmacy Medical and Surgical Unit Surgical Operating Room with Gallery Surgical Operating Room _. Social Service Department Circumcision and Witness Room Emergency Operating Room Blood Bank .__ Research Laboratory General X-Ray Room Nursery Public Dining Room Electrocardiograph Room General Kitchen Kosher Kitchen Lecture Room Out-Patients Waiting Room Internes Ijving Quarters 250.000. 150.000. 150.000. 100.000. 100.000. 100,000. 100.000. 100,000. 100.000. 100.000. 100.000. 100.000. 100.000. 75.000. 75.000. 75.000. 75,000. 75.000. 75.000. 60.000. 50,000. 50,000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 50.000. 35.000. 35.000. 35.000. OTHER OPPORTUNITIES—(Continued) Women's Auxiliary General Waiting Room Basal Metabolism Room Museum and Conference Room Treatment Room Incubator Room Day Room Visitors Room .._ Conference Room Superficial and Deep Therapy Rooms Urology Fracture Radium and Fracture Rooms Clinical Laboratory Lounging Room for Personnel Pathological Laboratory Women's Auxiliary Office Waiting Room Chemistry Laboratory Patient's Library Solarium Delivery Rooms Waiting Room—New Patients. Out-Patient Dept. Sun Roofs _..., Labor Room Ambulance Room Ward Admittance __ Private Admittance Preparation Room Nurses Station or Rest Room Isolation Nurseries Suspected Infection Nursery Formula Room Residents Recreation Room Internes Game Room Internes Porch Nurses and Internes Station Nurse* Rest Room Patient Rooms Beds Other Dedication Plaques (per bed) $1,000 35.000. 35,000. 35,000. 35,001 25.000. 25.001 25,001 25,001 25,001 25,001 25,000. 25,001 25.001 25.001 25,001 25,001 25,001 25J 25.1 20.000 20,000. 20,000. 20,001 15.1 15,001 15.000. 15.001 15,001 10.000. 10.000. 10.001 10,000. 10.000. 10,000. 10.000. 10.000. 10,000. 10.000. 10,000. 5,000. and up (APPROPRIATE PLANS FOR RECORDING GIFTS IN OTHER DENOMINATIONS WILL BE ANNOUNCED This Space Made Possible Through the Cooperation oi CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N. W. 7th Street Phone 3-7301 1 ALKAY ELECTRIC CO. 27 S. W. 6th Street Phone 9-4047 ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS Licensed in Miami end Miami Batch BERGER ELECTRIC CORP. 6874 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-5287 ARTHUR MURRAY DANCE 1415 Blscayne Boulevard THOMAS SALINAS, Managing Director DR. ROBERT McVOY CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN 246 Aragon Avenue Coral Gabl* KELEKET X-RAY CO. of FLOBIDA 511 N. E. 15th Street Phoned



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HH I -. r If ii %  i i r i PAGE TWELVE Junior Hadassah Will Name Queen At Ball Featuring Barry Davis and his band, the Junior Hadassah's Cinderella Ball will take place Saturday evening at the Wofford hotel, Miami Beach. Highlight of the evening will be the crowning of "Miss Membership of 1946 and 1947." the girl who has brought in the most members. She will be presented with a plaque by Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, senior advisor. Entertainment will be by Joseph Pardo, singer, accompanied by Bernice Rabinowitz at the piano. Tickets for the affair are $3 per couple. Each member may bring one guest couple. Miss Doris Albm, 1918 Liberty avc., is taking reservations. A Chanukah program was presented by members last night at the Beach Y. The lighting of candles was observed. Guest speaker for the evening was Mrs. Aide Robbins who described Chanukah in Palestine. The program, under the chairmanship of Miss Florence Stein, included recitations by the Misses Betty Ann Brown. Rosylyn Morris. Gloria Farkas. Esther Shimmel, Arlene Rose. Ann Florschein, Eleanor Schulang, Caroline Schwartz and Bobbie Heyman. Committee Announced For Miami Round Table New committee chairmen of the Miami Hound Table of the National Conference of Christian! and Jews include Benjamin E Bronston, finance, and Harold Turk, public relations. Dr II. Franklin Williams, dean of liberal arts at the University of Miami, was named Protestant IVI I. irman of the organization last week. Other cochairmen are Alfred Stone, representing the Jew h faith, and Andrew T. Healy, Catholic. Among committee members are Mis Sydney L Weintraub, public relations; George Bertman, Rabbi Max si apiro, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, program; Miss Malvina Wi education: Rabbi Colman Zwitman. radio; Sam Blank, finance. for RMT CONVALESCEWd wGtftomcutfa Rat/Park alth Resort Six to Receive Awards On JNF Anniversary Six persons will be honored with golden book certificates at the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund to be held 8 p.m. Sunday. Jan. 5. in Beth David auditorium by club member one. Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. Main speaker will be Miss Millie Brandt, national executive member of the Pioneer Women's organization. Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom will address the gathering and the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will sing ami Jewish Chorus, directed by Louis Powesky, will sing several Palestinian numbers. Retreshmeiits will be served following the showing of "Land of Hope," latest Palestine movie in technicolor. The public is invited, according to Mrs. J. Stadlin. chairman. Tickets may be obtained from members or purchased at the door. fcoys?* !" ** NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! NO QUANTITY! /CHEVROLET Yes, we have the great new Chevrolet, the finest Chevrolet ever built—but, unfortunately, not enough of these new cars yet to satisfy all the demands. Until we have one for you, continue to conserve your present car. Let us keep it in "A 1" condition with "A-l" servicing, designed to give you the best possible car performance. Come in today and regularly 1 M7BY Chevrolet € Your Friendly Chtvrout Daater W. Flagler St. at Uih AT*. PHONE 9-6441 BONDED SHIPPERS Andre FRESH-MADE CANDIES MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Phones: 58-3614 58-3615 1121 Washington Avenue 429 Lincoln Road 509 Collins Avenue + lewisfincrMk*ri Emanons to Hold Dance For Member Prospects Prospective members have been invited to attend the membership dance to be held by the Emanon club at the Miami Y Sundav evening. Entertainment is being planned by Nat Etkins. social chairman. Refreshments will be served. Sam Kratish is president of the club which is a social organization for young men and women over 21 years of age Meetings are held the second and fourth Wedned.ivs of the month at the Miami Y. PROSTERMAN HEADS NEW INF COUNCIL Samuel Prosterman is chairman of the newly organized Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami which will coordinate JNF activities of all local Zionist groups. Other officers are Dr. Harry Queen and Mrs. Rosengarten, vice chairmen; M. Mischaloff, financial secretary; I. Goldberg, treasurer, and Mrs. M. Shayetta, recording secretary. Mr. Goldberg was host to the board Tuesday afternoon at his home. 830 Euclid ave. 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1 f %  I r i! i \ 1 j PAGE FOUR *Je*is*ncrMten !" BMjt$mmv Editorial IN HEALTH AS IN SICKNESS Although it is gratifying to note that a kosher kitchen will be established at Mt. Sinai hospital, we cannot overlook the gross violations of kashius blatantly occurring here, particularly at the Beach. Every principle of decency is shoved aside as kosher dining rooms and hotels advertise promiscuously. Without lear or regard for an unsuspecting public, these merchants do their way misleading customers into believing that every letter of the dietary law is lived up to. We have two kashruth organizations in existence, but neither has dared the unpleasantries involved in exposing these frauds. While many of our people pay no attention to these traditional York# to Milton Feldman requisites of diet, those who do are entitled to receive what they Miami Beach They will .... ... married in the early pan seek and what they pay for. sDrina The community through its Federation and congregational ac1 P^JHarold Robin teacher tivities expends funds to see that kashrus is maintained. 0ur a n d pianist, was hostess to a local government officials have provided kashrus laws for { g roup 0 f her pupils at a musicprotection of its residents. The enforcement of these requirea i e in her home, 6231 N. W. m e„,s remain a ,e,po„sibuy 0, b. o, g a„i..io„, .ormsd and M ^ gttSESi endowed for that purpose. PERSONALLY SPEAKING (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) flew In from Denver unexpectdly last week to visit w"e. d>y ^ th# Beach y Thot# who JNWA CITES FOUR Golden book certificate* were awarded io members of the Jewish National Workers Alliance at their meeting SaturBee, and their two children. Joseph and Marion, 1056 Euclid ave, his family surprised him in return by accompanying him back to Denver to make their home there. Maj. Kaminsky is stationed at FitzsimTdgeandMrs. Kenneth Oka. HOME TO DEDICATE 515 W. 30th st., announce the N£W ANNEX SUNDAY engagement of Mrs. Oka's sister. Mrs. Evelyn Miller, of New received the awards were Dr. Harry Queen. Henry Seitlin, A. Sirola and S. Ashkenaay. The group will have a New Yer't eve party at the William Perm hotel. David Freedman will be chairman. be of lowed for that purpose. N ew Enqland Conservatory of each room. The assurance of a kosher kitchen for Mt. Sinai has been firmary a (Continued from Page 1) ally air-cooled. A connecting tile bathroom, including a shower, will be located between each two rooms. The lighting system will be fluorescent. Special rooms for bed-ridden residents will be maintained. A corridor will lead off into the rooms, in the center of which will be a nurse's station, having a modern annunciator system to There will be an inqualified. for dietary laws. We wish the same assurance could be provided ; T e( jcly Nelson, son of Mr. and and medical-examination and treatment room in the ,—. %  T i non iwr;ii 'building, which will have modern our residents and our visitors who want to observe the Mrs. Irving Nelson, 1320 Mich-, m ,. ''" equipped with two separate evening with Caesar LaMonn-fngorators. stoves and other• fa, y cilities, to conform with strict ica s orchestra. koghep dictary laws Pcrmanent Miss Ruth Borochoff, of Atconcrete tables and benches, with lanta, Ga., arrived Monday by sun umbrellas, have been installplane to be the guest of her ed in the patio, cousin, Miss Katherine Peretzj Public officials of the commuman, of Miami Beach. Mr. and nity have been invited to attend Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 Sunday's event. The program 15th st., entertained their chil*> U bc opc 'i c l !7 £* Gn ?%> i„u;u, „ r, Miami Jewish Folk Chorus of 60 dren and grandchudren at a ^^ XQ breakfast parry Wednesday in wiU ^ M master of cercmonics honor of Mrs. Peretzman s birthAmong lhc spC akers will be day. Judge Harold B. Spact, Sydney L. Mrs. Etta LeVine returned Weintraub, Mrs. Benjamin from Chicago Saturday after Sherry, Mrs. Louis Herzog, Rabbi attending the funeral of her Leon J. Risicoff and Dr. David mother, Mrs. Ida Waxman, who s Andmn. Public officials will died in Chicago Dec. 15. Mrs. d"J* introduced. Waxman is survived by eight Although the goal of $.5^)00 for ., ,_ ... the building fund drive has not children, 13 grandchildren and y( t b( ( n rcachcd the bui i ding WORLD CONGRESS UPHOLD. IEWISH STATE. URGES RESISTANCE OF WHI \ PAPER (Continued from P: J) amendment declaring that the "Jews hould help the Arab masses fight against the imperialist tendencies of their rulers," but it was defeated. A Revisionist spokesman said that his party had not voted on the resolution because it cloaked a desire for partition. Instructing Keren Hayesod and Jewish National Fund offices throughout the world that no funds aie to be allotted to other organizations without the approval of the Jerusalem headquarters of the respective organizations or the Agency executive. Where other fund campaigns conflict with the Keren Hayesod or the JNF, the latter are to be given priority. The two organizations are also authorized to levy taxes in Palestine with the approval of the Zionist Executive. Other resolutions approved included those opposing any new trusteeship for Palestine; expressing thanks to the U. S. government for its efforts on behalf of Zionism; thanking the Christian committees throughout the world that are supporting Zionist aims; thanking the kings of Sweden and Norway for the assistance their people gave refugee Jews and approving a budget of S62,000.000 for next year. ZIONISTS ADJOURN WITHOUT ELECTING. FAIL TO ACT DIRECTLY ON PARTITION (Continued from Page I) on the composition of the new executive. When David Remcz, who had been chairing the meeting since yesterday afternoon, announced that the standing committee could not agree on a slate and suggested that the Actions committee be given full power to choose a new executive, he was bitterly attacked by Aron Zisling outlook. They have also raised the question of the position claimed for Dr. Silver by the General Zionists. The American delegates, who were due to leave Basle this morning in order to arrive in Paris and London in time to catch ; the planes <>r ships on which they had reserved passage, decided ten great-grandchildren. AcWlll not be fully comp ieted until companying Mrs. LeVine home ,„. K „ :I \ IS reached. Shapiro said was her elder daughter, Natalie, this week. However, he reported a freshman student at the Unithat results have been very grativersity of Chicago. Natalie will remain here until Jan. 3. Miss Phyllis Jean Rosenthal, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. 1031 S. W. 23rd ave., will arrive in Miami Monfying, and the building is ready for partial occupancy. The fund drive consists of various methods of raising funds, of which personal solicitation is the principal means. This was enhanced by the individual drives of the Miami Women's Auxiliary day before returning to the University of Alabama where she under the leadership of Mrs. Louis is a junior. Miss Rosenthal Herzog, and of the Miami Beach spent part of her vacation in Women's Auxiliary under the New York and Bridgeport, leadership of Mrs. Benjamin icel their iConn and allen ded a holiday Sll i'". v u u ion ^iparty.given by cadets at the h A life —^.j of the left-wing Achdut Avoda ^^^ who demanded that the Congress f avc ""P* that they could Point. While in New York dry. Shapiro said triumph in the elections. The Amercans believe that an agreement can be reached on the basis that ; ( n executive of 20 be elected, of whom 10 will reside in Jerusalem, seven in the United States and three in Lonremain in session until it elected an executive. Pointing out that the present Congress was of unusual importance because it marked a significant change in the Zionist policy adopted at Paris last summer, Zisling demanded an election which would establish the relative forces within the movement. London Parley Still An Issue The biggest stumbling block to expre8ge d regret' ttuTtii reaching an agreement on a new she attended the wedding of Miss Mane Singer, of 1358 S.W. Greenberg, grossed Third st. and the dollar bill sponsored by Max over $20,000. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldberg Center Ground-Breaking are spending the holidays with -. their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Attended by Many don. Ben Gurion would head M"-Maurice deHusch College-j First spade of ground for the the Jerusalem section of the Px I m an ol Miami Beach. Mr. new Miami Beach Jewish Center ecutive, while Dr. Silver and Dr. Goldberg is attending the Uni-; building was turned by Harry Emanuel Neumann would direct the Washington branch. In a closing address. Ben Gurion executive is the question of participation in the London conference, with the Silver forces standing by the Congress resolution for non-attendance at present. Ben Gurion and the Poale Zion representatives are equally adamant in demanding an understanding which would permit participation in the talks. Other points of difference are the party structure in the proposed executive, the representation to be given the various groups in the coalition and the political tendencies of the new executive. The Laborites are insisting that the executive as a whole represent a progressive e Con-1 from Denver, Colo., where he gress had been unable to ieen unable to complete th ( tasks laid upon it. in view of the creat responsibility which has fallen on the Zionist movement as a result of the destruction of the largest portion of European Jewry. He greeted Weizmann as "a man whose lifework has consisted of the greatest political conouest for Zionism— namely the Balfour Declaration— and whose activities brought about the Greatest achievements of the Jewish people in the work for the people of Palestine He assured the displaced Jews in Europe and the detainees in Cyprus that the Jewish people will not rest until they are brought to Palestine versity of Virginia in CharlottesSh kin. treasurer, at 17th st. and ville. The Collegemans' son, Washington ave.. Sunday aftcrLeRoy, arrived home this week noon. from Denver, Colo., where he More ihan 1.000 guests, includhas been employed as an engiin H Congo ssman-F.lect George neer by the U. S. Bureau of Sinathcrs, witnessed the groundReclamation for the past six 'breaking for the building that will months. He is planninq to take '"' t,u lar ** t Jewish place of the Florida State Enyineerinq I w rsh, P n South, examination Presiding at the ceremonies was Critic Draws Bead On Concert Spor^ It might not be ft. i function to draw a faZ Cnt sponsors „f a concert r at t nU the concert artists Ut"^ Justification for the t, !" H following the peSy^H Kozcnn-Chajc. rSfc, H evening at Miami Beach w 7 High school. """Sou, Sponsored by the Greater J ni Jewish Pult...., *H ami Jewish Cultural the music of Marguerite 12 soprano, and Julius Chaies Z" poser-pianist, proved a ^eZ experience. Their progrM evenly balanced between YiddiS and Hebrew melodies whose m versahty transcended the strinw religious to keep the interest |J the concert-goer who enjon music for its own sake and rut particularly for the emoUoul meaning. The performers were not toial in musicianship but they did pro. vide an entertaining evenaw However, too few people-ptj. haps 150 at the most—attendej the concert. One hundred fifty people were all that the 16 member organizations of the Culhiru] committee could muster out oa] a Sunday evening. Only passive cooperation ndl lip service to the ideal of the Cultural committee have been eri. denced this year by most of the | affiliated organizations. A'Jewish community of this I size requires a cultural sens which makes available to the people an insight into their own folk art. The Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee has the series. But the committee will have to sell its program to the community before the series can be called a success.—reg. BASLE, Switzerland (JTA) — Thc Arab league watched developments at the World Zionist Congress closely, it was revealed when Abbas Hilmi, head of the league's propaganda department arrived in Basle to act as an official observer. Hilmi was closely associated during the wu Wlth the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem and Rashid All el Gailani, former proNaxi Iraq premier. Nat Hankoff, chairman of the drive for an additional $250,000 for the Center. Rabbi Irving Lchrman conducted the religious part of the service. A large auditorium, social hall with facilities for 1,000 persons and two sets of modern kitchens with provision for kashrus will be included in the new Center. A separate building will house 21 classrooms, kindergarten nursery rooms, a library, auditorium and offices. COMIC DANCER HERE FOR BEACH Y CONCERT (Continued from Page 1) toured with the Russian Ballet until her keen analysis of humffl frailties brought forth a series of laugh-provoking dances which led to her own solo recitals. In her concert programs her individuality as a humorist has | won recognition for her both in this country and in Europe She portrays a Fuller Brush Man in j an acid travesty on salesmen. She gives a ludicrous description of an "Occidental Girl Doing an Oriental Dance." She gently mocks at a none too adept chorus girL In another number entitled "Ze Ballet" she puts herself down" Iva Kitchellova. prima ballerina, assisted by the Imperial Invisible Ballet company. This young artist's dance pantomimes and parodies were particularly popular in Europe. She has recentlv given two hundred recitals in the United States and Canada and is a feature of CBS television programs. FOR A HEALTHIER MIAMI SUPPORT MT. SINAI HOSPITAL DRIVE! 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AY D gEMBER 27 1946 %  M YOBK-F-r the first time fJSrv of the United States £ffii hii'bwn assigned IS "regular Navy as chaplain, nnoun.-d here yesterday 1 £bbi David de Sola Pool, JSS of ihe Committee on S"and Navy Religious AcL^ es of the National Jewish to.ifare board. Rfce fit rabbi to receive this Action is Lt. (jg) Samuel SoSoi Greensboro. N.C. Previousr ra bbis had served in the Unit1 States Naval reserve and were tiled to active duty only during leriods of national emergency or peacetime maneuvers. During RTorld War II. 311 rabbis, relited, endorsed and served by fcANRA, served as chaplains in I Army and Navy. Chaplain Sobel was graduated tun Yeshiva ollego and receiv1 his master of arts degree from Jolumbia university. Ordained by k Jewish Institute of Religion in |M5. he served at the B'er Chayi Congregation in Cumberland, d, before receiving his comsion in the L'SNR in July, K5. He served for almost a year It Camp Elliott, San Diego, and I now stationed at the U.S. Naval eivinfi Station, Pearl Harbor. I Groups to Celebrate With "Nooky" Herbert as Imaster of ceremonies, a gala %  New Years eve dinner dance Iwill be held by the Greater iMiami Jewish Folk Chorus in [conjunction with the Jewish %  Peoples Fraternal Order and lAmbijam at ihe Edwards ho|tel Miami Beach. Reservations are being taken Iby Mrs. N. Shandloff and Mrs. IBirnbtrg. Sisterhood Ends Year Vith Dessert Luncheon Cards and n.ah jong will folio* a dessert luncheon to be held F !" Temple Beth Sholom Sispood of whieh Mrs. Alexander W* is president The meeting F' • held 1 -so p. m Monday in P social hall of the Temple, %  W Chase ave. iSfiS VOTI0 TO WXUIIOUI UV1NO WIHER CUISINE BEACH" Youth Events Planned For Rabbi's Visit Rabbi Amran Prero, national director of B'nai B'rith boj work, of Washington, D.C spend a week here early in January in the interest of local youth activities. Youth week will be ob with a number of special i during his stay. Executive committees of the Miami and Miami Beach men's and women's B'nai B'rith lodge! will meet with Rabin | Thursday evening, Jan 9, to discuss local youth programs for 1947. Monday night, Jan. 14, all B'nai B'rith youth groups will attend a rally at which Rabbi Prei be principal speaker. Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, district directoi of girls' work, is arranging the rally. Rabbi Prero, who was formerly Hillel director at the Univi of Florida, will meet with youth group advisors at a t< ing his visit here and wil dress the University of n Hillel foundation at the Hill. I house Jan. 4. ^bUkrkttairi face Facts PAGE NINE il BV GEORGE J TVH.M.VOFF > !".' bigotry and p hatred ^ of Florida, the Klan : Asman, closely with Gerald L K Smith, : ved the headquarters of 'an Veterans Intelli%  to St Petersburg. An,i -' : and anti-Semiers and leaflets made The number of lents markedly in%  • d V just ending saw better informed public powers of %  used and in'|* na : opinion that com; "i Hie Klan in this : '•' tigeof respectMinisti civic leaders, veteran | and convention deh gati including 7.000 to the' %  convention in %  : lized their outrage t thi rebirth of this and other un A es of hate and ance, Similarly, in the case of the. Columbians, Inc., exposing the, ctives of this sub1 iup to the light of an informed public opinion has put' wth and has' if ht about the arrest of its : The year ahead points to the, nut d, extensive investigat n and vigilance, for there will be more Hitler-inspir: the Columbian varThe years ahead call for enlighti nment of all MAYOR ASKS CAUTION E1S&&& Shapiro to Address Ft. Lauderdale Temple A pair of candelabra will be presented to Temple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale during the special Youth Sabbath Service 8 p.m. this evening by students confirmed last year. Participants in the service will be Dickie Blume, Barbara Katz, Nancy Newman and Marjorie Robbins. Rabbi David Raab will accept the gift on behalf of the Temple. Guest speaker will be Hai Shapiro of Miami Beach, chairman of Young Judaea. His will be "Wither the Youth of Today?" Miss Marian D. Cohen, soprano, will be guest soloist. A reception will be given by the Sistei following the service to which the public is invited. 1690 s W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT Delic? 0 lt K f^H T ;7 LU N CHEON -DINNER Sindw^l e,,,cient '"-vice, popular prices. JeZh an'rtAm,? a d be r Lunch ,0 tak ut J*'sh and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS ri-OUDA \ % %  m r~'J 'i -i AM; MJ^Icllll^ _''NP, r AM OK Ah. It v. IS Hi OlhNI K •> 4 (. COHIJl) li'l f r A C H ZION TO RESTAURANT "A Table of Distinction" CATERING FOR PENN ALL OCCASIONS HOTEL 722 Washington Ave.. 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Throughout the country the National Safety council is leading 130 national organizations in a campaign to hold down the toll that accidents have commonly claimed during this time in former years, according to Mayoi Palmer. ;roujJN in. an iiueui^eiit u*u iii; ...ion is the best ire against the.-. of hate. STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach Dorothy Golden Heads Temple Youth Groups Miss Dorothy Golden was elected president of the Templi Israel Youth Group at election of officers Sunday evening at the Temple. Others elected were Stewart Jacobs, vice president; Miss Barban Boyell, secretary, and Jules Pearlman, treasurer. Kosher Killed POULTRY Finest Quality Obtainable at REASONABLE PRICES • 8HOCHED ON PREMISES GUILFORD POULTRY 102 N. W. 8th Street Miami M'EN'DELSOHN'S Ocean Villa Kosher Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, corner 13th Street. Miami Beach OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. 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DECEMBER 27, 1946 Alton Road hospital will be opened some time between Jan. 5 and IS under the auspices of the Mt. Sinai hospital corporation. n de Hirsch Meyer, presiannounced this w< Meanwhile the 50-bed institution Which will serve as a Stopgap until Mt. Sinai hospital is bunt, has been undergoing alterations since Nov. 15 under the supervision of Daniel R us kin and Hairy Markowitz. Marguerite Hughes, RN. has been named director of nurses for the hospital. She was formerly director of the college of nursing at Marquette university. MilwauWis. Other staff appointments await the arrival of Hospital Director Lester Barron, who is exp. here Jan 2 from Brookline, Mass., where he has been in charge of ton General hospital. Originally opened in 1936 by an individual doctor, the hospital later sold i„ the City of Miami Beach. Before the city could turn it into operati m, the war started and the building was [Marguerite Hughes. RN. director of nurses at Alton Road JJJJjL 0 *'' tu lh Nav >' tor a dis IhosDital looks over the beds which will be used in the new Mt % na .. ES quarters set up behind the hospital. With her is Mrs. ,X S ft^taiC Irlarry Markowitz (rights .^___ ust L BI JANUARY 15TH Jeception and Dinner Bonor Zelig Hirsch Honoring their son. Zelig, on b Bar Mitzva, Mr. and Mrs. lack Hirsch. 645 Lenox ave., will hosts at a reception and diner this weekend. | Following his Bar Mitzva at tturday morning services in leth Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch hold a kiddush at the synague for friends and relatives. [Sunday evening, a dinner for M family will be held at the lictor hotel. Zelig is an eighth grade stunt at Ida M. Fisher school. His other is president of the Beth |acob Sisterhood. Asks End oi Quota [NEW YORK, (JTA) — Resoluns calling for the relaxation quota restrictions in the U.S. emigration, law to permit the [fated States to admit its "fair ire" of displaced persons, Jewli and non-Jewish, and the pools' of quotas not used during the % years, regardless of country "f origin, so that DP's could enter country immediately, were %  opted by 3.000 delegates at1mg the 17th annual convenP. of the HIAS Council of Organizations. DOT Ruskin, head of the committee in charge of readying the Alton Road hospital ior its formal opening next month, inspects the latest type of sterilization eguipment which is one oi the many modern machines at the institution. Bernard Whites Live In Washington. D. C. Washington. DC, will be the! home of Bernard S. White and | his bride, the former Ruth Baskin. who were married Sunday at the Hotel 2400 in the capital city. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Maurice Baskin of Washington and Miami Beach, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Her husband was graduated from the University of Nebraska and Creighton university law' school, Omaha. Son of Morris White of Omaha, he is a member 1 of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and' during the war served as a lieu! tenant in the Navy. Among guests at the wedding were the bride's mother and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. [ and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin of Miami Beach. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Hecker Wedding Set WED AT RABBI'S HOME For New Year's Eve Plan New Year's Event Just about the only local synagogue whose members will get together New Year's Eve is Temple Beth Sholom. A dance and buffet supper will be sponsored at the Golf Park Town and Country club, Gratigny rd. at N. W. 27th ave., by the Men's club. Proceeds go to the club-sponsored youth activities at the Temple, says Abe Solosko. Miss Teresa Aronson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob G. Aronson. 1036 N.W. 63rd St., became the bride of Benny Grossberg at a ceremony at the home of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitrnan, N. Bayshore dr., Wednesday at 5 p.m. Mr. Grossberg is the son of Mrs. Mary Grossberg of Bronx, N.Y. Mrs. Marjorie Aronson, Matron of honor, and Joseph Aronson, best man, attended the couple. Following the ceremony, a dinner was hi Id at the Russian Bear for the immediate family. The newlyweds are students at the University of Miami where Mrs. Grossberg is studying for her bachelor of arts degree. She served two years in the Navy and was a student nurse at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mr. Grossberg is majoring in music. He was recently discharged from the Army l which he served three and one-hall years. He received the purple heart. The couple is now residing at 79 S.W. 12th St., Miami. In future years, New Year's Eve will be the wedding anniversary of Jerome J. Hecker, 741 Sixth St.. and Miss Meriam Kantrowitz of Glen Falls. N. Y., who will be married Tuesday evening at the home of her cousins, Mr. iand Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N. W. Third st. Mrs. B. Belkin and Mrs. Murray Schwartz will attend their I sister, who will be given in marriage by her mother, Mrs. Jennie Kantrowitz, and brother-in-law, B. Belkin. Murray Schwartz will be best man for Mr. Hecker. whose par' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolf, will also attend. The couple will reside at Mr. Hecker's Miami Beach home. A former Army sergeant, he attended New York university and is active in the Jewish War Veterans, B'nai B'rith and the American Legion. The bride-elect attended schools in Glen Falls. TL ^Pot •oGUST BROS R V/ li tht-Of.ST? "MINUTE MAN PRINTING CO." Established 1920 SPEED AND ACCURACY JOB—COMMERCIAL "We Print Everything" Same Location 21 Years 69 N. E. 2nd Si. Phone 2-1130 It's jaiictL 'VE ELECTRICALLY AND *NJOY THE ViUenwce! 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27, 1946 wm ter tournament j K chspt of be sponsi Ifraurig. t-theT^nCtycoun,Vh Y, accord.ng to council president. West Palm Sfll te special guests. box dance and rcgisnoen the tournament. S will be $3.50 per rs of lh e for Sunday inat 9 "SoI vhedulc 1 basketball game ale preliminary on .fiicinc" at 1 p.m.; basil at 2:30 p.m.; debate b 4 p.m., and a beach Inkers Haulovcr, 8 p.m. irSsions will include oratoryanclnboatr.de. .timed as follows: footne' 9 a.m.: luncheon at rith Miss Gertrude Cardistrict director of B nai ['.jrls work, as speaker; contest, 2 p.m.. on the i -The American Responsi[of World Peace"; football p.m.; debate finals, 4:30 [boat ride. 8 p m. ley Grossberg. past presi[ Chapter 322. arranged the i and oratory events. JAZA groups participating [tournament are Sigma Rho, Palm, Miami 322 and PoinFEB. 9 DESIGNATED AS YIDDISH NITE Feb. 9 has been set aside as %  "Yiddish Nile" by Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. The 1947 edition of the allYiddish comedy variety program will be presented at the Miami B e a i h Senior High school. Rehearsals are now in progress under the direction of Ben Essen, who also guided the proceedings last year. J*k*MJhrfflari^ Ben Eiien Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom will participate in lhe Miami Round Table discussion program over Station WKAT at 10 p.m. each Wednesday for the next five weeks. YOUNGSTERS INVITED TO JOIN HABONIM md girls between the ages of 12 and 14 years have been mted to join the recently^" ganized Habonim group which! ^"t 6 pm. each Thursday at T ^TL Zedek Talmud I" ah. 1545 S. W. Third st. Miss Josephine Bcrman is advisor to the group, which has been meeting for the past two months under the sponsorship of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Members presented a play "The Young Wanderers," at the Talmud rorah last Sunday morning. To Review Lodge's Work Accomplishments of Sholem lodge during the past year will be reviewed by E. Albert Pallot. '.outgoing president, at the B'nai [B'rith luncheon 12:15 p.m. today i in the Downtown Club restaurant jSeybold bldg. T--AGE SEVEN Three Games Slated In Beach Y League Basketball team of the Royal 1 alms will play the Comets at 11 am. Sunday at the Beach Y, aceording to Randy Polansky, activities director. The Jesters will Play against Club 8 at noon and the Playboys will vie with the Flamingos at 1 p.m. Up to date the Playboys are in the lead. Standings are: Playboys 5 Flamingos 4 Club 8 3 Comets 3 Jesters 1 Royal Palms 0 BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOW1 1 2 2 2 4 5 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service KB Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5861 Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST METRIC f Silverman Named I Dave Silverman has been chairman of the Gay review which B'nai I Women of Miami will spon|hdnesday evening, Jan. 22, W. Flagler st. Tickets, I at $1.45. are available from lers of the organization. ^SON'S GREETINGS |I0 ALL MY FRIENDS P. A AUSLEY K N. W. 4th Street len Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some A MORE ^ Is 1L DRUG MORIS • ffe. f> '> V mm*, m re A S2"5 -Ate -£ "I*, Iran, — mien i ymr U1 auk? £**"** lE !" '' %  "•"'I.H, .k. *~ ••' kl „ IJ„ Phone 3-2665 843 Ingraham Bmldmg^__ !" ^____ TH ,S SPACE HAS BEEN DONATED BY S J DESTRO'S FUR CO. Expert Furriers 112E .Flaaler Street. Lorraine Arcade %  I


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PAGE TWO +Jewish tk>rldto£i_ %  % %  %  %  i. I t, Personally Speaking. Baron de Hirsch Meyer celebrated the launching of his barge in Biscayno bay Saturday with a party. Dignitaries of Miami and Miami Beach were among the many guests. Temple Israel will welcome vacationing college students and other young adults at the first postwar Homecoming Sunday evening in Kaplan hall. The British West Indies is the spot Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof, 1751 S. W. 16th ter.. selected for a vacation. They are spending the holidays in Jamaica Rabbi Max Shapiro is on a Latin-American tour for the National Conferende of Christians and Jews ... Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldman celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Wednesday—the 25th day of the month. Donna and Jay Makovsky were given a Chanukah party Tuesday by their parents, Dr. and Mrs. Irwin A. Makovsky, at their home, 825 West ave. Robert L. Berkowitz, of Brooklyn, N. Y., is spending the holidays with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129 S. W. 12th st. Miss Marilyn Younger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Younger, 2400 S. W. 24th st., is vacationing from her studies at Northwestern university, Evanston, 111., where she is a freshman Mrs. Harry Danziger, 9032 Carlyle ave., is entertaining her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moss, and their daughter, Sally, of New York. They are spending six weeks at the Roney Plaza hotel Enjoying the holidays with her brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norden, 5441 Alton rd., is Mrs. Pearl Wilsker, of Chicago. Mrs. Sylvia Levitt, secretary in the district B'nai B'rith Youth Organization office in Atlanta, is vacationing at Miami Beach. Miss Irene Stern of Columbia, S. C, is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Friedman, while vacationing from the University of South Carolina. Returning to the University of Miami after the New Year will be Miss Renee Leibovitz, who is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Leibovitz, in Passaic, N. J. Nelson Sabin, distinguished American baritone of Newark, N. J.. is visiting his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rakoff, 701 Meridian ave. Mr. Sabin appears in about 100 concerts each season and is freguently heard over the radio. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Balkin, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting their son, Gilbert Balkin, and family, at Miami Beach. They are stopping at the Grand Plaza hotel. Mr. Balkin will return to St. Louis next week, but his wife will remain through the season. Miss Jean Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cohen, 418 Alcazar ave., Coral Gables, flew home last weekend from Albuguergue, N. M., where she is a graduate student at the University of New Mexico. Mrs. Benjamin Grossman of Boston is spending several weeks at Miami Beach. She was accompanied by her sons, Mordecai and Joseph, students at Harvard university, and Herman, who attends the Jewish Theological seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Al Mirelman, of New York city, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan, of Miami Beach. When Maj. Aaron Kaminsky ^Continued on Page -i) — Sa Marie photo Wm. Singers to Honor Newlyweds Sunday Over 400 people have been invited to attend a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer which will be given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, of 1822 S.W. 12th ave.. at the Honey Plaza hotel Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m. The young Singer* are honeymooning at Miami Beach following their wedding at the Hotel Pierre, New York. Sunday afternoon. After New Year's, they will fly t.i Philadelphia where Mr. Singer will complete his studies at thv Whaiton School of Finance. Mrs. Singer is the former Harriet SUvci man of New Castle, Pa. Weinkles Say Vows In Candlelight Rites In %  candlelight ceremony porl.umed by Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miss Miriam Shaff became the bride of Milton L. Weinkle Sunday evening at Beth David synagogue. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff, 1886 S. W. 16th ter., and Mr. Weinkle is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. 4122 Pine Tree dr. Attending the bride were the Misses Bella Shaff, maid of honor; Sylvia Shaff, Jacquelyn Nadel. Leslie Goldberg and Marjorie Gerstein. bridesmaids. Dr. Stanley Weinkle served as best man and Seymour Sussman, Kenneth Lipman, Lee Frederick Goldberg and I. Rhett Mayers were groomsmen. Carolyn Weinkle was flower girl and David Kaplan was ringbcarer. Ushers were Julian Weinkle and Sidney Kaplan. Following the ceremony, a dinner was held on the roof of the Alcazar hotel, Miami. Guests from out of town included Max Yudelson. the bridegroom's grandfather; Mr. and Mrs. Sol Yudelson and daughter, Frances, all of Atlanta, Ga. The bride is a graduate of Miami High where she was a member of Tri Beta sorority. She studied piano and voice at Miami Conservatory of Music. Mr. Weinkle is a student at the Emory university school of dentistry in Atlanta and is past president of Alpha Omega dental fraternity and Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He served three and one-half years in the Navy. The couple will honeymoon in Miami Beach and then leave for Atlanta, where they will make their home at 3139 Pace Place Ferry N. W., until his graduation in June. ilE^PiCEMBER e Follows Stein WedrW Honeymooning i n v, Mr. and Mrs! HairyfcjjJ were married yesterdavT* M at Miami Beach JeX> with Rabbi Irving UwH gating. The bJe Iffe* Miss Anita Holland, dauta*! Mr. and Mrs. David S M 411 Meridian av e ,, and ^1 groo m .s,h,sonofMri b tl Jack Stem „f Balt, more yl Miss Rose Stem, the kriJ groom s sister, was maid of h^l Bridesmaids were the &| nee Perlman, Louise Cluck ,£"1 crly Leis and Ann Freed, Philip Perlman served as man and William Schwara, Jerome Foland, Ehott Hac£l Norman Freedman and hVhl Popolow were ushers. Harriet <> %  trie was flower girl and J Hecker the ringbearer. Out of town guests were kj and Mrs. Jack Stein and Mr Jj Mrs. Sam Stein of Baltim Md.; Mr. and Mrs. B. Pedn, Mr. and Mrs. M. Freedman I Mr. and Mrs. E. Walsh of I lyn. NY.; the Misses Ef fie L. man and H Freedman of Bri_ wick, Ga ; Mr. and Mrs. H. Freed] man of Hazlehurst, Ga., and Mil A. Cohen of F.ir Roekaway, ffl A reci ption at the Undal Arms hotel was held for the fam] ily and friends following ceremony. Mis. Stein is a graduate of] ami Beach Senior High ail Bunce School of Laterals Technie. Her husband art schools in Baltimore, Md, served four years in the He is the owner of Benner 1 Bag, Inc The couple will reside at ] ami Beach. Dr. Max Kaufman will | on "The Goals of Men of I Will" during services it this evening at the Hoi Jewish Community Center. vices will be at 10 un.! % undine's Orloff's dainty sachets and quilted hangers in gift sets >2 Set Miss Silvern Selects Early Spring Wedding Eai ly sp; ing has !>• %  %  :. i hosen I y Miss Enid Ila Silvern for her marriage to J M Silverstein, son 'of Mr and Mis David Silverstein of Birmingham. Ala. Miss Silvern is the daughter of Dr and Mrs. Irwin Silvern, 2000 S W 12th st. A student at th.University of Alabama, the bride-elect is majoring in elementary education. She was formerly vice president of] Sigma Delta T.ui and as secretary of the Elementary Education council Her fiance is a graduate of Alabama Polytechnic Institute at Auburn and was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. He served two of his three y< ars In the Army overseas with the rank of first lieutenant l i '• Delicately fragrant sachet salin balls by Orloff, combined with Textron's quilted rayon covered coaf hangers what a nice gift idea for someone who has lovely clothes! MIA.MI STORK, RIBBONS AND TIUM.MINUS, SECOND FLOOR Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN ( AMIO DR. FRANK S. FINGER OPTOMETRIST Announces the OpeninQ of Hit Office in the Cablet Theatre Builelej 2031-1 Alcazar Avenue, Coral Cablet EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES FITTED REPAIRS Telephone 48-1390 Miami Beach has never seen anyone like to! New York "TIMES": "fcJ ought to travel • trail of the various WH companies to restore sniff. I —John Martin, to go home." THE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES "LIFE" Magazine: "Her audience was convulsed called back until all she could do was gasp she was plain tired and wanted PRESENTS I KITCHELL! COMIC DANCE FIND OF THE WM ( "TIME" Magaiina: ". masNew York "PM i -^J tered techniques of ail dance ft* %  ballet styles." even.ng. December 28. 1946 Miami Beach High School Adm. $3.00 (Tax IncU J AUSPICES: YM fc WHA OF MIAMI BEACH. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-5319 SIArOOD RESTAUR ANT Jfcffg "*i HE LOUMCE COLLINS AVE. at 15th $T. MIAMI BEACH MONDAY and TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30-31 CLAUDETTE COLBERT EXTRA! JOHN WAYNE "THE PALESTINE PROBLEM" The quettion that MUST be an" Without Reservations" w "* lll t0 MA RCH n, oV "".ME"" 0 sim IN T CHARCOAL 8RO1LE0 STEAKS C. V-WAWIWKI.EY.JR. MANAGING ***fy .>> ^OPEHEVlRtPAYrtOMCOjNg" :•* %  • M..^s ii? og5| ol|IIH T v ^| swt!s