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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 20NUMBER 1
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
MILLION DOLLAR CJA DRIVE SET FOR MARCH
David Ben Gurion Heads
World Zionist Executive
BASLE, (JTA)The Zionist Actions Committee this week
elected a new executive of the World Zionist Organization, after'
defeating a proposal by the Palestine Labor Party that Dr. Weiz-
mann be named president. No president- was elected.
The vote climaxed fifteen days of deliberations by the Zion-
ist Congress and a five-day meeting of the Actions Committee.
It represented a compromise between the Palestine Laborites
and the American General Zionists, which emerged as the two
dominant groups in the world Zionist movement.
David Ben Gurion was named chairman of the executive,
-*.vith Rabbi Judah L. Fishman,
Mizrachi leader, and Dr. Isaac
HOSPITAL DRIVE
S
[
Mt. Sinai hospital campaign
workers started the New Year by
obtaining $58,575 in two days to
bring the campaign total to
$1,070,077, according to Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, president of the
proposed 200-bed institution.
A dinner meeting and star-
studded show at the Latin Quarter
Monday evening. Jan. 13, will be
the initial fund-raising affair of
the visitors and non-residents
division of which Leonard Wien
is chairman.
A special unit of 40 physicians
will aid the $2,500,000 campaign
with a "bring a guest to brunch"
meeting at the White House hotel
Sunday.
At a brunch at the White House
Sunday, attended by members of
the initial gifts division, an ad-
ditional $61,000 was realized and
a dinner that night at the Helene*
hotel brought in $40,000. Congre-
gational leaders attended the lat-
ter event. Special gifts turned in
Wednesday totalled $40,632.
Under way less than three
weeks, the campaign was acceler-
ated this week in an effort to
achieve the goal by April 1
15 days ahead of schedule.
IV CEREMONIES
10 HONOR HERO
Presentation of a posthumous
Naval award will be made by
Capt. M. F. Leslie, commanding
officer of the U. S. Naval Re-
serve Training unit, during cere-
monies at which the Freda Mar-
kowitz post of the Jewish War
Veterans will officially become
the Norman Bruce Brown post
number 174.
The dedication, to be held Mon-
day, Jan. 13, will mark the first
time in JWV history that a
father commands a post named
after his son.
Nat Brown, new commander of
the post and father of the war
hero for whom the post will be
named, will accept the gold star
and permanent citation which is
being awarded in lieu of a sec-
ond Air Medal for his son.
Young Brown was killed in a
plane collision during a bombing
attack over Katona, Okinawa.
Gruenbaum, General Zionist, as
vice-chairmen, Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver will head the section of the
executive in Washington. There
will be a four-man executive in
London, probably without a chair-
man.
The decision as to when and
if the Zionists should participate
in the London Conference on
Palestine was delegated to a spe-
cial 15-man political committee
which will have authority to de-
fine the Zionist attitude towards
the London talks.
A praesidium of the Actions
Committee was elected and Rab-
bi Stephen S. Wise was named
"Senior Member" in lieu of a
president. David Remez, Palestine
labor leader, had proposed that
Dr. Wise be named president of
the praesidium, but his proposal
was not voted upon.
The new executive will be com-
posed of 19 members, eight of
whom are General Zionists, seven
Poale Zionists, four Mizrachi and
a deputy member M. R. Kolodni,
who is also a General Zionist, but
who will have a vote only on im-
migration matters. They will be
assigned to the Jerusalem, Wash-
ington and London executives on
the following basis:
JerusalemBen Gurion, Rabbi
Fishman, Dr. Gruenbaum, Goldie
Meirson, Eliahu Dobkin, Eliezer
Kaplan, Moshe Sneh, Moshe Sha-
piro and Fritz Bernstein of the
Aliya Hadasha. WashingtonDr.
Silver, Emanuel Neumann, Rose
Halpcrin, H a y i m Greenberg,
Moshe Shertok and Rabbi Wolf
Gold. LondonDr. Nahum Gold-
mann, Prof. Selig Brodetsky Berl
Locker and S. Z. Shragai.
At least two-thirds of the mem-
bers of the new executive are be-
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 3)
JERUSALEM (JTA)One Brit-
ish officer and three non-com-
missioned officers were this week
flogged by members of the Irgun
Zvai Leumi in retaliation for the
judicial whipping of 16-year-old
Benjamin Kimchin, wno was
given 18 lashes as part of a sen-
tence following his conviction of
participating in a bank robbery in
Jaffa.
The floggings took place near
Nathanya, Tel Aviv and Rishon el
Siyon, near Tel Aviv. All Brit-
ish troops were immediately re-
stricted to barracks during off-
duty hours.
One Jew was seriously injured
and three others beaten and cap-
tured when they attempted to
crash through a road block about
four miles from Tel Aviv, several
hours after the whippings. In
the cab in which they attempted
to speed through the patrol, sev-
eral whips, guns and ammunition
were found.
The officer, a Major Brett of
the Sixth Airborne Division, was
kidnapped from the lobby of the
Metropolis hotel in Nathanya by
ten armed men. He had been
sitting with his wife and a num-
ber of unarmed officers. He was
taken to a deserted shack sev-
eral miles outside the city and
given 18 lashes and told that
other British officers would suf-
fer the same punishment. After-
wards he was released and walked
back to his hotel in his under-
wear.
Two of the sergeants were
halted by armed men in Tel Aviv
and taken to the Zoological gar-
dens in the city where they were
tied to trees and whipped pub-
licly. At Rishon el Siyon, where
the last sergeant was flogged, the
number of strokes he received
was also 18.
In posters which appeared on
walls through Tel Aviv, the Irgun
announced that it would continue
its fight against British forces in
Palestine. "There is no 'cease
fire' in the struggle for the free-
dom of the nation," the posters
said.
* Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign for
1947 will get under way officially following the South Florida
state conference of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced
yesterday.
The campaign, which will extend from March 2 to 12, will
be for a goal of approximately $1,310,000 to support nine local
and 45 national and overseas agencies. Pre-campaign activity
will start next week.
Although the 1947 goal far outspans last year's $783,000
guota, the number of beneficiary agencies has been reduced
from 70 to 54. The major increase consists of a $900,000 alloca-
tion to the United Jewish Appeal which last year received $517,-
500 of the $830,000 total raised.
MOST OF REPORT ACCEPTED
Approval of the UJA and other allocations was made by the
Federation board of directors last Thursday night when the
budget committee, under the chairmanship of Herbert E. Scher,
submitted its recommendations.
The committee's report was accepted, in the main, by the
directorate. However, the UJA guota was raised from $600,00C
after stirring appeals by Stanley C. Myers, UJA Field Director
Sholum Sontup and Leon Retter, secretary general of the Central
Committee of Liberated _Jews-
Also raised was the amount for the Joint Defense Appeal
which asked for an increase from $,500 to $13,500 which was
granted after much discussion.
Other organizations which sought additional grants were
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth whose appropriation was
reduced $6,480, and the Pioneer Women's Organization, the
American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor committee.
These four were refused increases.
Two organizations are new on the list of local agencies in-
cluded in the budget. They are the Baron de Hirsch Loan
fund which will receive a $3,000 reserve grant and the Mt. Sinai
hospital, which is slated for a $15,000 reserve.
Stanley C. Myers, national president of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare funds, will head the Combined Jewish
Appeal this year. Outstanding in the fund-raising field for
many years, he has in the past been chairman of the Dade
County Community Chest and Federation campaigns.
Formerly conducted independent of other campaigns, the
Combined Jewish Appeal tnis year is being coordinated with
the Mt. Sinai hospital drive under the overall chairmanship of
Wm. D. Singer, who was the 1946 CJA chairman. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, president of the hospital trustees, is chairman of
the hospital drive.
A complete list of the Federation-approved allocations follows:
A. LOCAL SERVICES:
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund................................(reserve) $ 3,000
Bureau of Jewish Education .............................................. 17,930
Greater Miami Jewish Federation...................................... 22,085
State Parley To Air UJA Needs
ARAB LEADER ASSASSINATED
JERUSALEM (JTA)With the
assassination in Haifa by Arab
terrorists of Sheikh Mohammed
Zemati, the number of Arabs
killed in the past month for sell-
ing land to Jews rose to four.
Originally scheduled for Jan.
19, the South Florida state con-
ference of the $170,000,000 United
Jewish Appeal will be held Sun-
day, Jan. 26, at the Latin Quar-
ter, it was revealed yesterday.
The need for immediate large-
scale assistance to Europe's 1,500,-
000 homeless Jews whose plight
has worsened in recent months
as a result of the bogging down
of intergovernmental relief ma-
chinery will be studied by more
than 400 Jewish community lead-
ers expected to attend.
Against a background of in-
creasing needs and decreasing
intergovernmental "assist ance,
Florida's Jewish leaders will con-
sider steps to provide through the
United Jewish Appeal for over-
seas relief and rehabilitation, for
the upbuilding of the Jewish
homeland in Palestine to facili-
tate the maximum absorption of
Europe's homeless Jews, and for
refugee aid to Jewish immi-
grants reaching the United States.
The conference will precede the
official launching in Jewish com-
munities throughout the state of
local campaigns on behalf of the
$170,000,000 United Jewish Ap-
peal which makes-available the
funds for the Joint Distribution
Committee, the United Palestine
Appeal and the United Service for
New Americans, the three agen-
cies conducting worldwide pro-
grams for the restoration and re-
construction of Jewish life every-
where.
Among the many prominent
national and international figures
who will address the all-day con-
ference will be Leon Retter, sec-
retary general of the Central
Committee of Liberated Jews of
Germany, representing the 180,-
000 Jewish DP's in the American
zone of occupation of Germany,
((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
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Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth........................................ 2.000
Jewish Home for Aged........................................(reserve) 20.000
Mt. Sinai Hospital, Inc...................................:......(reserve) 15.000
National Council of Jewish Women.................................... 3.000
Y. M. H. A. of Miami............................................................ 21.080
Y. M. H. A. of Miami Beach .............................................. 26,094
OVERSEAS RELIEF and RECONSTRUCTION:
American Birobian Committee........................................... 1,000
American Committee for Relief of Yemenite Jews........ 50
American Friends of the Hebrew University................ 2,000
American Fund for Palestinian Institutions .................... 2,000
American Ort Federation........................................................ 4,000
Ezras Torah................................................................................ 100
Federated Council of Palestine Institutions........................ 3,000
Hadassah ...................................................................(reserve) 13,800
Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society............ 2,500
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.................................................... 500
National Labor Committee for Palestine...................... 6,000
Pioneer Women's Organization............................................ 3.000
United Jewish Appeal............................................................ 900.000
CIVIC PROTECTIVE:
American Jewish Conference................................................ 700
American Jewish Congress.................................................... 2,500
Conference on Jewish Relations............................................ 50
Jewish Labor Committee........................................................ 1.250
Joint Defense Appeal............................................................. 13,500
EDUCATIONAL and CULTURAL:
American Biblical Encyclopedia Society............................ 50
American Jewish Historical Society.................................... 50
B'nai B'rith Wider Scope Committee.................................. 5,000
Dropsie College............................................................................ 150
Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science............ 50
Hebrew Theological College of Chicago............................ 200
Hebrew Union College............................................................ 200
Histadruth Ivrith........................................................................ 75
Jewish Information Bureau.................................................... 50
Jewish Institute of Religion.................................................. 500
Jewish Teachers Seminary.................................................... 50
Jewish Theological Seminary of America........................ 750
National Council Beth Jacob Schools................................ 100
National Farm School.............................................................. 150
Ner Israel Rabbinical College................................................ 75
Rabbi-Israel Maer Hacohen Rabbinical Seminary........ 50
Rabbinical College of Telshe................................................ 50
Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin................................................ 50
Yeshiva University.................................................................... 900
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifra......................'......... 300
Yiddish Scientific Institute.................................................... 250
(Continued on Page 4)


I"
PAGE TWO
Personally Speaking
One of the most outstandingI who were also delegates. The
events of the season was the Goodmans amved in New York
reception which Mr. and Mrs., Wednesday .. .
Wm D Singer gave Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nat Silver and
afternoon in honor of their new- daughter, Faye loan, of Greens-
lywedded son and doughter-in- boro, N.C., will return to their
law Mr and Mrs. Lawrence E. home today after spending ten
Singer. More than 400 friends days at Miami Beach. Mr. Sil-
attended the reception at the Ver is a brother of Mrs. Ethel
Roney Plaza to congratulate the Shochet Mrs. Shochet s
young couple who are honey- grandson, J. Louis Binder, un-
mooning here. derwent a tonsUlectomy at Vic-
Partying was the thing all toria hospital Monday morning,
this week. Miss Nat Frankel ^jso on the sick list is Mrs.
and Miss Florence Stein were jean Seitlin, 2621 Lincoln ave.,
hostesses at en eggnog party wh0 is home from St. Francis
at Miss Frankel's home Satur- hospital, convalescing from in-
day evening prior to the Junior, j^gg received during a recent
Hadassah Cinderalla Ball at autc,mobile accident Ill for
the Wofford Two hundred the past three weeks, Mrs. E.
guests attended the New Year's Albert Pallot, 3117 N. E. Seventh
eve party at the Harold Spaet ave jS now m Jackson Memo-
home Coral Gables Worn- yjal hospital with pneumonia,
en's club was the scene of the Jimmy Gordon, son of Mr.
party which Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Mrs. Harry Gordon, 834 S.
Silver, 235 Scntillane ave., gave w. 10th ave., entered Jackson
Saturday evening. Honor guests Wednesday to undergo t w o
were Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Cor-, operations .
er, Herman Neuman,
Lit man. Miss Adele Hockman
rendered several selections, ac-
companied by Herman Fried and
his orchestra. A reception, din-
ner and dancing followed the cere-
rr.onv Cantor Kelerr.er officiates
in the lighting of Char.ukah can-
dles and led the guests in the
singing of Chanukah songs.
Out of town guests who attend-
ed the wedding were Mr. and
Mrs Herman Neuman and daugh-
M .::. n and Helene, Miss
Vivian Polsky. Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherman and Acraharr.
Sherman.
The bride, a graduate of^ the
Fashion Academy in New York,
enblum and Mr. and M Alvm l-j^ here Sunday wi be ^%J*g% *Z
Corenblum, Mrs Silver s rela- ^ and ^ Max polsky oti^r <-ewman is part owner of
lives who recently moved here (j BrQnx N Y., wh0 will be the I Newman and Winter Mfg. co. in
from Birmingham, Ala. Other houseguests of her brother-in-Miami.
Miss Berman Designs
Her Own Bridal Gown
Wearing a wedding dress of her
own design, M.ss Renee Berman
became the bride of David Ne. -;
man last Tuesday evening at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kele-
rr.er officiated. The bride to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morns
Berman, 1414 Alton rd.
HONORED AT DINNER
Her sister, Marian, was maid o.
honor and the bridegroom s h'
broth
served as
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947
Temple Wedding Unites
Artist, Student Nurse
Leaving tomorrow for Phila-
delphia where they will make
their home are Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard J. Oxenberg who were
married Monday morning at
Temple Israel. The bride is the
former Miss Natalie Hoffman,
daughter of Louis Hoffman, 851
S. W. Fourth st., and the bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Oxenberg, 658 S. W. 17th
ave.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan performed
the ceremony. Relatives and close
friends were guests at a dinner
in the evening.
Mrs. Oxenberg is a student
nurse at the Jewish Hospital in
Philadelphia and her husband is
employed as an artist in an ad-
vertising agency there. He at-
tended the University of Miami
before entering the Army air
corps. He spent half of his three
years of service in Saipan.
The couple spent their honey-
moon in Cuba and are now resid-
ing in Miami Beach.
honorees were Mr. and ^"^law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
David Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Monis Bermani 1414 Alton rd.
M. Corenblum and Rachel and Miss Edi,h Sgidenberg ar-
Fannie Goldoerg It w a s rived from New York lag, Thurs.
Nicki Yvernes first birthday d t0 visit her mother# Mrs.; onr,pnshines to Tive
Tu!sd^y' f6? ^ Yetta Seidenberg, 334 Euclid ^nensmnes to Live
and Mrs. Mai Englander, 747-ave_ : In Charleston, b. U.
After an extended honeymoon
Miami ,at Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
MISS COHEN PLANS
SUMMER WEDDING
This summer has been chosen
by Miss Evelyn Cohen for her
marriage to Daniel G. Furman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fur-
man, 512 12th st. Miss Cohen is
Approximately 75 relatives and
friends attended a dinner in hon-
or of Zelig Hirsch Sunday eve-
ning at the Victor hotel. Son of
"t-fiJfc S?i25\? dau^hter of Mr- Mr-
:va Satur- Mgc Cohen of 348? chase
celebrated
day morning at the Beth Jacob
congregation.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff served
as toastmaster Sunday evening.
Among the guests was Abe Fish-
man. Zelig's uncle, of Mt. Ver-
non. N. Y., who came to Miami
Beach especially for the Bar
Mitzva.
West ave.. held o p e n house ^ William Tucker and sonl
throughout the day Mr. Englan- Billy_ of Humsvillei AIa, are
der is President of me Miami visitin her ts_ ^ and i^'mm Sonenshine will make I Miss Shechter to Wed
Beach Junior Chamber of Com- ^ Na, Roth They wiU be theiJr home m Charleston. S. C.
5 joined here next month by Mr. They were married Sunday after-
noon at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
and Mrs. M. Sonenshine, Charles-
ton. S. C. Following the cere-
mony, a dinner was held at the
Big doings today will be the Tucker
12 teas to be held simultane- ^ and"Mrs. Alfred L. Plant -
ousy by the National Council and daughter, Kaaren, of Sun-I" officiating
of Jewish Women. Proceeds n ide_ L Island_ Qre ^,1 Mrs. Sonenshine. the former
will go to Council s oral school h- _0flf Mrs Fvn PI_nt j Miss Leatrice Solomon, is the
for the hard.f.heanng children ^ ft^"s. W rSh| ** USS^Jt^S
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad f ,, i0I-,0 tr,niv,t are expected to retJn to Miami ^1^ mSrtna" lE l
Beach today from Switzerland MiUers. son_ M has been
where tney attended the World vacationing here horn Southern ..
Zionist Congress in Basle. Due CoU ofy0ptometry and will Alamac hotel,
to arrive this weekend are Mr. retum ,0 ^ sfudies ^ M his | The bride was attended by Miss
and Mrs. Abraham Coodman Monday ... Mr. and Mrs. Wil-1 Beverly Abrahams, maid of hon-
liam Stern of Brooklyn,' flew j r- a.nd her sister- Mrs- Sylvia
down from Brooklyn this week ^erdy' matron of. .honor- *he
to celebrate the 10th wedding ^V^L'i**1 Phlhp'
anniversary of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
William Glick .
Mrs. Louis Zeientz is back
from Silver Spring, Md., where
she visited her new grandson,
Allen William, and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Srole .
Miss Syryl Kirson of New York
is the house guest of Mrs. Sa-
dye G. Rose, 821 S. W. 11th
f~\ ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
\iy Scheer of Springfield, Mass.,
rillMfflM/i'c are vacationing at t h e Coral
/TyllrUinCd Reef hotel. Mrs. Scheer is the
\^r Sons/uht 9osaxu sister of Mrs. Ben Essen of
STRICTLY KOSHER
Double Rooms and Board
GOOD LOCATION
REASONABLE PRICES
Also Reservations for Dinner
S. SVULIN & SONS
1348 S. W. 2nd Street
Phone 3-7539
Store hours 9:30 to 5:30
Telephone 3-1141
Resort
pastel felts
>2
.50
served as best man.
The newly weds attended schools
in South Carolina. Mr. Sonen-
shine was recently discharged <
from the Coast Guard in which
he served three years.
Max Kahn Monday
Miss Marcella Joan Shechter
will become Mrs. Max Lewis
Kahn in a ceremony at 7 p.m.
Monday at the Alcazar hotel.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Shech-
ter. 727 Jefferson ave., and the
prospective bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Rave Kahn of Philadel-
phia. Pa. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will officiate.
Out-of-town guests expected to
attend the wedding are the bride-
groom's mother; Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Kahn. and Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvan Friedman of Scarsdale,
N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Topper and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cohen of Akron. Ohio. A recep-
tion and dinner will follow the
ceremony.
After an extended honeymoon
in Cuba, the couple will leave for
Spa.-tanburg, S. C, where they
will reside.
The bride-elect is secretary of
the Miami Beach Apartment as-
sociation. She is a graduate of
Roosevelt High school in Wash-
ington where her family resided
before coming to Miami Beach.
Mr. Furman served overseas
with the Navy and is now as-
sociated with his father's men's
sportwear store on Washington
ave.
The engaged couple plan to
make Miami Beach their perma-
nent home.
BRIDE-ELECT HONORED
Relatives and friends were
guests at a reception Sunday eve-
ning in honor of the betrothal of
Petite little brow-flatterers
in the most becoming col-
ors' Bumpers, half-hats,
templets ... to nestle
closely on your head with
any type of hair-do! White,
rose, yellow, aqua, green;
soft, light gray tones .
many with veils and flow-
ers of the same felt to
match.
MIAMI STORE. BUDGET
HAT.-', Fv.LI'.TH FLOOR
Coral Gables Visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, 2120
S. W. 21st st., are Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Schwartz and Miss Bar-
bara Schwartz, Mrs. Weinkle's
parents and sister, from Char-
lotte, N.C. Also with them is
Marshall Kline of Atlanta, Ga.,
I Miss Schwartz' fiance .
Harry Wilen, Republican as-
semblyman-elect o f Owens
county, New York, is at the Sur-
rey hotel resting up for the 1947
session in Albany. Mrs. Wilen
and their daughters, Meryl and
Joan, accompanied him Va-
tioners from Flushing, L.I., are
((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
TO DISCUSS OPERA
"The Story of Puccini and La
Boheme" will be told by Edward
Clarke of the University of Miami
at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th
St., tomorrow afternoon.
Tuesday evening Charles H. Miss Henrietta Tavlor to Harold
Lee will lecture on the stars. Cn Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
Thursday evening, the forum will uc-1 Jacobs, 1605 Pennsylvania
}in., th "Town Meeting of the ave. The bride-elect is the
AH with a roundtable discussion daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
at the end of the broadcast. Taylor of Miami Beach and Brvn
Cha:m Reuben Rose is chair- Mawr. Pa. The affair was
^nofthe forum. at Temple Beth Sholom.
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"THE YIDDISH
KIXG LEAR"
with a
SUPERB CAST OF YIDDISH ARTISTS OF THE STAGE
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947
* Jew!si) fkrId/an
PAGE THREE
BJE To Aid Chorus
With Funds, Planning
Affiliation of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Folk Chorus with the
Bureau of Jewish Education is
announced this week by Louis
Heiman, BJE president.
The chorus will receive financ-
ial assistance from the Bureau
during the calendar year 1947 and
assistance in the planning and
development of its program to
bring Jewish music to the com-
munity.
Meetings of the chorus are
held on Tuesday evenings at the
Beth David in Miami and Thurs-
days at Beth Jacob on the Beach.
Organizations interested in en-
gaging the chorus may call the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
AJC Journal Workers
Attend Cocktail Party
Mrs. Emanuel Baskind is in-
viting members of the Miami
Beach Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress to at-
tend a cocktail party at the home
of Mrs. Louis Glasser, 3168 Prairie
ave., 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Admission will be an ad for the
organization's annual journal.
Members who earn $100 in ads
will be invited to the March 2
luncheon honoring Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen S. Wise, presidents of
the men's and women's divisions
of AJC.
Mrs. Baskind is vice president
of the Beach AJC and chairman
of the year book luncheon com-
mittee.
Three Men in Rqce
For Miami Y Office
Abe Goldman, Leon Kaplan
and E. Albert Pallot will vie
for the presidency of the Miami
Y at elections to be held at
8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Temple
Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y, will present
hU annual report during the
meeting. *; _JS"
Dance at Copa Sunday
To Aid Medical Program
When local Hadassah mem-
ber* attend their annual din-
ner-dance Sunday evening at
the Copa Cabana club, they
will be aiding the Hadassah
medical organization which pro-
vides medical care for refugees
now in Palestine and those who
will enter the country.
Reservations for the affair
are still being taken by Mrs.
Joseph Lipton. 651 47th St.,
Miami Beach.
New Sisterhood Plans
Meeting for Wednesday
Newly-organized Sisterhood of
Beth Tfilah congregation will
hold an open membership meet-
ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
synagogue, 935 Euclid ave.
Temporary officers of the or-
ganization are Mrs. S. M. Grund-
werg, president; Mrs. Lustig, sec-
retary, and Mrs. Levitt, treas-
urer.
The public is invited to the
meeting. Refreshments will be
served by a committee under the
chairmanship of Mrs. S. Jacobson.
Sorority To Hold
Benefit Theatre Party
Benefit theatre party plans
will be made by the Delta Phi
Epsilon alumnae association at
a meeting Tuesday evening in
the home of Mrs, Nathan
Strauss, 1441 S. W. Fifth st.
Hostesses with Mrs. Strauss
will be Mrs. George Cohen and
Mrs. Robert Levin.
The association alternates its
monthly meetings between Mi-
ami and Miami Beach for the
convenience of members.
Women affiliated with any of
the sorority's chapters in Can-
ada or the United States may
attend Tuesday evening's meet-
ing.

COLONIAL
IJWf>

Borah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals
With JOHN PULEO
MIRIAM LAVALLE
KENT EDWARDS BETTY HEATHER
RAY MALONE
BEATRICE KRAFT DANCERS
HARRY COOL & HIS ORCHESTRA
DACITA & HER RUMBA ORCHESTRA
28 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS
Produced by George Wood
Staged by Lew Kesler
Music and Lyrics by Robert Wright and
George Forrest
DINNER Presentations 9 and 12:30 SUPPER
New Lodge President
Walter C. Kovner, Miami Beach
attorney, will be installed as
president of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith lodge at a banquet
Jan. 26 at the Latin Quarter. In
charge of arrangements for the
affair is Arthur Frishman.
Three From Miami Area
To Attend JDA Parley
Greater Miami will be repre-
sented by three men at the first
national conference of the Joint
Defense Appeal in St. Louis from
Jan. 4 to 6, called to evaluate
anti-Semitism in the United
States. They are Walter C. Kov-
ner, president of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith lodge; Harold Turk
and Abe Aronovitz.
JDA is the fund-raising agency
for the American Jewish commit-
tee and the Anti-Defamation lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith, the two major
defense agencies. An allocation
of $13,500 for JDA was approved
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation last week.
More than 1,000 Jewish welfare
and communal leaders will attend
the parley. Principal speakers
will be Ralph E. McGill, editor
of the Atlanta Constitution; Don-
ald Oberdorfer, national JDA
chairman, and Justice Meier
Steinbrink, ADL national chair-
man.
Alec Templeton Plays
Here Next Thursday
Alec Templeton, composer,,
pianist and humorist, will arrive
here next week for his concert
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at the White Temple auditorium.
The event, sponsored by the
Parent-Teachers association of
Temple Beth Sholom, is under
the management of Ruth Brot-
man.
List of patrons is growing daily,
Mrs. Leon K. Ell, concert chair-
man, reports. Patrons are invited
by invitation only to a reception
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Temple-
ton at the Hall of Art, 425 Lincoln
rd., following the concert. Those
interested in joining as patrons
may contact Mrs. Ell or Mrs. A.
Kogan.
In charge of tickets are Mrs.
E. Baskind. Mrs. C. Grossman and
Mrs. G. Wolkenberg. The usher
committee consists of Mrs. I.
Rothmrn and Mrs. A. Becker.
Mrs. Kogan and Mrs. S. Guttman
are members of the reception
committee.
Tickets range from $2 to $3.50
plus tax.
South American Visit
Ends Long Separation
For the first time in 49 years,
David Singer, of Miami, saw
his sister, Mrs. Hannah Leah
Weinstein, when his plane land-
ed in Buenos Aires Wednesday
night.
Mr. Singer left by Pan
American Airways Tuesday
morning to visit his sister, who
moved to Argentina 40 years
ago during the free land coloni-
zation movement.
Mr. Singer and his sister are
natives of Russia. They have
corresponded at least once a
week during all the years of
their separation.
Temple Sisterhood
To Mark Anniversary
Celebrating the 50th annivers-
ary of the National Federation of
Sisterhoods, members of Temple
Israel Sisterhood will meet for
tea at 2 p.m. Monday in Kaplan
hall of the Temple.
"Madam Antoninnie's Court of
Human Frustration," an original
skit written and directed by Mrs.
Bernard Wall, will be presented
by Mrs. Norton Benis, Mrs. Wil-
liam Stone, Mrs. Harry Wohl,
Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Wall,
Mrs. Arnold Simons, Mrs. Frank
Cohn and Mrs. Leonard Fisher.
Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter,
January hospitality chairman, and
her cochairman, Mrs. Harry V.
Simons, will present the pro-
gram.
Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein,
president, will announce plans
for an important Sisterhood func-
tion to take place later this month.
ZIONIST LEADERSHIP
BEN GURION HEADS
(Continued from Page 1)
lieved to favor participation in
the London Conference. Under
the coalition agreement which re-
sulted in formation of the execu-
tive the members will be obliged
to support any decision adopted
by a two-thirds vote. It is known
that before the elections Dr.
Weizmann, who is now in Lon-
don, rejected a proposal, made by
telephone by a former member
of the executive, that he be nam-
ed president of the Actions Com-
mittee, and in that capacity head
a Zionist delegation to the Lon-
don parley.
Dr. Weizmann was stripped of
leadership of the Zionist move-
ment in a vote which preceded
the election of the executive. The
Actions Committee, by a vote
of 47 to 32, approved a resolution
introduced by Dr. Moshe Sneh,
providing that no president be
elected at present. Previously
Weizmann's name was presented
to the Committee by the Pales-
tine Laborites, despite clear-cut
statements by the General Zion-
ists, during inter-party negotia-
tions, that they would refuse to
serve in an executive under
Weizmann's leadership.
The praesidium elected by the
Actions Committee consists of:
Dr. Wise, Judith Epstein, Dr.
Chaim Bogratshoff, Baruch Zuk-
erman, Zalman Rubashov, Joseph
Sprinzak, Meir Yaari, Zerubavel,
Meir Grossman, Rabbi Meir Ber-
lin, Rabbi Mordecai Neufeld and
Rabbi J. K. Goldbloom. Dr. Sally
Hirsche of the Ailya Hadasha will
have a "consultative vote."
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School Children to Aid
Mt. Sinai Campaign
Sunday, Jan. 12, has been set
aside in the Jewish schools of
Greater Miami as Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital School Day, according to
A. P. Gannes, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Contributions brought by chil-
dren will be given to the Mt.
Sinai hospital campaign through
the Keren Ami, Jewish school
federation which is interested in
educating children about Jewish
causes, locally, nationally and
internationally.
The current newsletter of Keren
Ami is dedicated to the hospital
drive. Copies are available at
the Bureau of Jewish Education
office in the Congress bldg.
Mrs. Newman Heads
Women in Center Drive
Mrs. Isidore Newman was
named chairman of the special
women's division for the Miami
Beach Jewish Center building
fund campaign, according to Nat
Hankoff, chairman.
The division has set a goal of
$75,000 towards the total $250,000
quota needed for construction of
the new Center at Washington
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SUCCESS FOR 1947
The Grecte: Miami Jewish Federation upon recommenda-
tion c: its ruice: cc~rr.:::ee a:.i action by :a beer a o: electors
Last wek adopted a daggering goal lo. itt 1947 campaign.
The quota ii atooU 5; pei cent highes them kisi years figure
which! a: that time ma j.~y:e;?ze::-ez ::: local WOifan hind
drives
THE PAST
Fecercucr. .s in ::se_- a v;-; wgemaotion. Ito will re
the ninth drive the .r:^::.^.^ '.... wage In thee I** y*0"
has devetored Jewish iwerest in ita community awakened a
Jewish conscune in its lethargic resndenta and ^mulcted
er.ee has developed ino more than a successful fund-ra^s-.r.e
otherwise.
THE PRESENT
Face Facts
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POLITICAL TRENDS:
B::::.*. Ambassador Lord Invcr-
I was wiUing to bet a box
rs that the 100.000 displaced
whose admission to Pales
?ine was recommended b\ uie
Anglo-American Inquiry commit;
uld be admitted in 194-
This was prior to the con-
clusion of the Zionist Congress
when the Ambassador like man>
. was apparently certain
Dr. Weizmann's policy would
prevail
In fact, there was apprehen-
sion among some of the out-
going members of the World
Zionist Executive that Britain
might react to the Basle resolu-
tion against participation m
the London parley on Palestine
by declaring that the Palestine
mandate was no longer valid.
. They fear that British For-
eign Secretary Ernest Bevin
would refuse to recognize the
Jewish Agency as the spokes-
man for the Jewish people if
Zionist leaders fail to attend
the London conference when it
reopens this month.
They based their arguments
>n the fact that Bevin indicated
it matters con-
ng Jews in Palestine should
Palestine Jews
only ... At one time he even
rs bluntly that Jews outside of
"have no voice'- in
rs affecting relations be-
:. Britain and the Jews in
P stin ...
In identally, it can now be told
that during the pre-Congress
-. Bevin and leaders
ish Agency the latter
:r. that the Zionists would
in the L ndon conference if
and the other detained
released This
nly condition advanced
by the Jewish Agency nee I t-
rs B< vin s thus certain
that Zi nist participation in the
nference was practic-
agreed upon, since he ar-
thal Shert k and the oth-!
ed His .
ntment came after he
n New York with Dr. i
a Hillel Silver, who told him!
that l ase of the Ji
A gency not sufficient 1
inn nt :' r the Zionists to
-cart in the L- r
... What Bevin had to
ill this it r. I fit to print. 1

THE DOMESTIC SCENE:
Th< J int Appeal.
:' r the
mmittee and
'- Anti-1 gue of
the B'l .... will not conduct
- ive in New York
AfU r lengthy bar-
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n ::"- Ci ish Appeal in
V k nd ill ^. 1 about
from the UJA local
- ta Fc.
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ill they c..v;
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pposition even to the
"" "" .' in1 Defense
At one point in the
lions il I oked as if the
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eluded in the
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and the fund-raising
JDA foi New York
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Believe il or nol, between 70
and 80 per cent of American
Jews do not have names easily
identifiable as Jewish" .
This has been established by
S. C Kohs, director of the Bu-
reau of War Records of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
-. On the other hat.d there
re many non-Jews in the
Umled Slate* whose names
**nd hundred per cent Jew-
We shall let you guess about
the following names: Stanley
Aron, Louis Isaac Abraham. Paul
Bernstein, Edward Cohen, Robert
Goldberg, Harry Levy, Aron
Moses. Edward Schneider, Wil-
liam Solomon. Joseph Weinstein
. No, that are NOT Jewish .
But here are a few names defi-
nitely identified as Jews: Victor
Cassuto. Robert Clifford, Frank
Daugherty, Harold Flanagan,
Paul Hanson, Ira Jeffrey, Sergio
Pacifici, Guiseppo Perugia, Wil-
but Quint and Seymour Pone-
mone What's in a name,
anyway?
GERMANY TODAY:
If there are any who doubt
whether the 250,000 displaced
Jews must be taken out of Ger-
many and Austria, they should
read "Dear Fatherland. Rest
Quietly," by Margaret Bouike-
White. published by Simon and
Schuster ... It gives an excellent
picture of post-war Germany and
of the mentality of the average
German .
Not only does the average Ger-
man not acknowledge Hitler's
guilt for plunging the world into
the most terrible war. but he still
worships Hitler and thinks that
the war was lost because the Nazi
leader was "betrayed" ... As to
the Jews, the average German
justifies Hitler's racial theory and
believes that the Jews are re-
sponsible for Germany's present
misery.
"The Jews pushed America into
the wai out of a revenge feeling."
one intelligent American edu-
cated German woman told the
author Another German
woman. Professor Koch, who also
studied in the United States and
is now the head of a girls' school
in Germany, spoke in similar
vein The author met quite a
number of Germans who remained
undisturbed by the Nazi atroci-
ties against the Jews And.
of course, there are those who
claim that they became Nazis
"only to protect their Jewish
friends."
At any rate, the book proves
beyond doubt that anti-Semitism
of the worst kind, indoctrinated
by Nazi propaganda, has not dc-
1 ased among the Germans since
the fall of the Nazi regime .
It is no wonder that the surviving
Jews insist on being transferred
to other countries.
Miss Bourke-White's book is
richly illustrated with a series of
excellent photos taken by the
author who is the outstanding
American pictorial journalist .
The photos themselves tell the
story of post-war Germany very
graphically, including the story
of the Jews in Buchenwald and
other camps Together with
the text, the photos give the best
picture of defeated Germany so
far presented in this country.
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Arbeiter*Ring Plans
Benefit Banquet
Proceeds from the banquet and
concert to be held by the Vladeck
Branch 699 of the Arbeiter Ring
at 6:30 p.m. Sunday will go to
the Yiddish school it sponsors
at the Miami Y. The affair will
be held in the lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington ave.
The program will feature Mrs.
Chana Grossberg, who formerly
appeared with the Polish Group
of the Warsaw theater.
The organization elected Harry
Rose as chairman at a recent
meeting. Others elected were
Charles Weintraub, financial sec-
retary; Morris Jacobs, recording
secretary; David Gross, treasurer;
George Silver, hospitaler.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel, Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Kohn, Dan Gold-
hagen, Alex Aronoff, Mrs. Ann
Gleberman, Mrs. Ann August,
Harry Greenberg and I. Gilman
were named to the executive
board.
CONGREGATION LEADERS AID HOSPITAL. CAMPAIGN
Knights of Pythias
To Install Officers
Edward A. Snyder will be in-
stalled as chancellor commander
of the Miami Beach Knights of
Pythias, No. 170, at their Castle
hall, 533 West ave., at 8:30 p.m.
Monday.
Also to be inducted are Murray
H. Kosloff, vice chancellor; Harry
Kleinman, prelate; Alfred Finkcl-
stein, master of work; Sidney
Brady, keeper of records and
seal; Louis Storch, master of fi-
nance; Jack Warshell, master of
exchequer; Harry Gelfanstein,
master at arms; Morris Baum,
inner guard; Nathan Molmouth,
outer guard; Leo H. Ebstein,
deputy grand chancellor; William
Marger, five-year trustee.
More than $40,000 was raised Sunday night at a dinner attended by 75 communal leaders
interested in assuring a kosher kitchen for Mt. Sinai hospital. Nathan Ginsberg, who was to
have presided, was unable to attend due to illness and Joseph Lipton (third from left) was
toastmaster in his place. Seated at the speakers' table were (left to right) Rabbi Joseph E.
Sa~y' Barn *e, MeYr- Lipton. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Rabbi Moses Mescfceloff. Among the congregation presidents attending the event at the
Helene hotel were David Goldstein of Beth Jacob; A. M. Bear. Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, and Samuel Friedland. Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Temple Group to Meet
A regular meeting of Temple
Israel's Men's club will be held
at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Kaplan
hall. Louis Gillman will preside.
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Pioneer Women to Mark
JNF Anniversary
After months of planning, Club
Number One of the Pioneer
Women's organization will ob-
serve the 45th anniversary of the
Jewish National Fund 8 p.m. Sun-
day in Beth David auditorium, ac-
cording to Mrs. J. Stadlin, chair-
man.
Six persons will receive golden
book certificates for their work
in behalf of JNF. Miss Millie
Brandt, national executive mem-
ber of the Pioneer Women, will
speak on their sister organization
in Palestine. She will be intro-
duced by Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
president of the club.
Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. I. Rosengarten, vice
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, and the Mesdames N. Sorin,
Lena Pushkin, Sara Shapoff, Sa-
die K. Minivitz, Mary Stepkin,
Sylvia Levin, Pearl Raidman,
Rae Greenberg, Elix Hinkes, Son-
ya Gerbert, Sonya Levitt and
Feinstein.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Folk Chorus, under the direction
of Louis Powesky, will render
several selections. "Land of
Hope," a technicolor movie about
Palestine, will be shown.
Tickets may be secured at the
door.
Beach AMVETS to Hear
Insurance Officer
Stanley H. Wasser, regional in-
surance officer for the Veterans
Administration, will give a de-
tailed- explanation of recent
changes of national service life
insurance at a meeting of the
Robert Richter post, AMVETS,
8:30 p.m. Monday at 1660 Michi-
gan ave.
Plans will be made for the
AMVETS-sponsored concert fea-
turing Rubinoff and his violin.
The event is scheduled for Feb.'
12 at Miami Beach Senior High
school, according to Nat Pollack,
commander.
On the same day, Rubinoff will
play for veterans at the Nautilus
hospital in the morning and for
students at the high school in the
afternoon.
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Scys Floridian Critic
Delightful is the word for Iva
Kitchell, comic ballet dancer, who
twirled and whirled in a recital
sponsored by the Beach Y Satur-
day evening at the Miami Beach
High school.
Miss Kitchell proved to an al-
most capacity audience why she
has suddenly become the darling
of critics throughout the country.
We liked best her satires on
the modern dance. In "Non-Ob-
jective" and "Soul in Search,"
Miss Kitchell, without musical
background, made hilarious fun
of the cavortings of Martha Gra-
ham to ihe delight of all.
Good studies in contrast were
"The Gentleman Friend of the
Lady in Pink and the Lady in
Blue" and "The Vert Brothers-
Intro and Extro"in which Miss
Kitchell did a complete about-
face of mood and gesture. In
the Vert Brothers especially she
showed excellence in interpret-
ing different personalities by dif-
ferent body movements. With
the slightest twist of her chin,
Kitchell got her point across.
The dancer's artistry in acting
could not be overlooked. Besides
her dancing talent, Miss Kitchell
displayed poise and sagacity in
the facial expressions she used to
complement the moods of her
dances.
Credit must also go to Harvey
Brown, her accompanist, for the
completely enjoyable evening, the
second in the Community Concert
Series.reg.
1,400 School Children
Attend Chanukah Event
Over 1,400 children and more
than 100 adults attended the
Inter-School Chanukah celebra-
tion sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education at the Beach
theatre Dec. 24.
Winners in the quiz contest
were Carol Washer of Beth David,
Wayne Tobin of Temple Israel
and Bert Goldstrich of Temple
Beth Sholom, all of whom aver-
aged 100 per cent. Alan Alt-
shuler of Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and Larry Grand of
Miami Beach Jewish Center were
runners-up, averaging over 95
per cent each.
Other prize winners, who re-
ceived books, were Barry Gelt-
ner, Kenneth Kaplan, Cuna Co-
hen, Bruce Julien, Sheldon Ken-
zer, Dina Mackowsky, Marilyn
Kastow, Fred Blumenthal, Joseph
Rosenthal, Samuel' Smith, Pepi
Granat, and Louis Meyer.
Several hundred gifts for chil-
dren overseas were brought by
students of the various schools.
They will be securely wrapped
and sent to European children.
Elementary Hebrew classes
for adults will begin at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at ihe Miami
Beach Jewish Center under the
auspices of the Young People's
league. David Freedman will
instruct the class.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GLENMONT RADIO oc APPLIANCE
CO. (not inc.), in the City of Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County, Florida.
IRVING .1. I'LASKOFF
EDWARD H. LEVIN.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY .MEG. & DISTRIBUTING
(*i. (not inc.), at 2S29 S. W. Bird
Road, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY GOTTLIEB,
Sole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN.
Attorney for Murray Gottlieb.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under Ihe fictitious name of
TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W.
12th Ave., Miami, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida. REBA BALSAM,
12/2(1-27 1/3-10-17 Sole Owner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROSE SUNDRIES, al I s. w. 2nd
Ave.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK SAMET
ROSE H. SAMET
1/3-10-17-24-31 _____
FA5TREUEF
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MEETING CALLED
First meeting of 1947 for
the Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation will be
held at 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the Miami Y, 1567 S. W. Fifth
t.
Always fcsae; s food iupply ef
Alka-Seltser on hand because you
never know what time of day or
night you may need the relief It
offera. Alka-Seltxer la pleasant to
tha tasteeasy to take. Aak your
druggist for Alka-Seltser today.
Remember, when your tableta get
down to four
that's tha time to bey
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SANITARY GROCERY & DELICA-
TESSEN, at 1410 S. W. 6th Street,
Miami, Ha., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
MORRIS CENZAR,
MYERS. HEIMAN & KApLaN?""-
i/3Aio0-n^-3f."r App,,cant-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Bt!,^s.?.u5, Stiv&.RAINnOVV KOSHER P.ESTAU-
AN?' 655 c<>"lns Ave., Miami
Beach, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE KOSHER
RESTAURANT. INC..
e.w .I?orlda Corporation
RAM SHEMISH, Pres.
MILTO^FRIEDMAN^ SeC"
12/A6t.,13r-n2727f0.r/3APP"CantS-
Alka-Seltzet
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
,,u."!.n,e.,t?..undcr ,btp "ctitlous name of
KENDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144
s. w. Eighth Street, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
rHPNRY H- PENCHANSKY
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
..NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
RnvA,88 ,V,'!dxe-r,..th?, "ctltious name of
ROYAL POINCIANA RESTAURANT
8U5S. S. W, 27th AvenueTMtam't:
itt.rt"'^ to register said name
with the Olerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RUDOLF BEGEEST
.,.~ MARTHA BEGEEST
AMOS BENJAMIN. *="=""
Attorney for Rudolf
& Martha Begeest,
..?25 P'ympla Bldg., Miami 32.
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A|VvJ^rA.HIROPEKT1KS- '" the
City of Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
Jff ththr?i 8a.? "ame w'th 'he Clerk
Florid Court of Dade County,
ANN MEYERS WEINSTEIN
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
orvS^oSSSSU?16, "ctltious name of
tVHY;SKC.OND STREET PROPER-
TIES., in the City of Miami, Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JERRY WEINSTEIN
BENJAMIN MEYERS
ROBERT BRENNER
.... HERMAN H. BRENNER
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300
S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami. Fla., in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ.
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name of
H & H BATTERIES, at 4601 N. W.
22nd Ave., Dade County. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HAROLD B. COHEN
HAROLD O. VanDAM
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants.
12/13-20-27 1/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name of
CRAVIS RESTAURANT, at 1624-26
Alton Road, Miami Beach, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Olerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MORRIS CRAVIS.
ETHEL CRAVIS.
Co-Owners.
SAMUEL RUBIN.
Attorney for Applicants.
12/6-13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SCHAFFERS PLUMBING CO.. Not
Inc.. at 821 S. W. 18th Ave.. Miami,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ____
SAMUEL M. SCHAFFER,
Sole Owner.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
12/27 1/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A 10182
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
M. Harkins, holder of Oounty Tax
Certificate No. 708 Issued the 6th day
of June, A.D. 1944, has filed same in
my office, and has made application
for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property In the County
of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt:
Wyi Section 8, Township 53 South,
Range 3r> East containing 320 acres
more or less ln the County of Dade.
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was ln the
name of Chas. B. Ermentrout.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of February. 1947. which Is the 3rd
day of February. 1947.
Dated this 19th day of December,
1946.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By N. C. STERRETT, D.C.
12/20-27 1/8-10


PAGE SIX
MgtlggJfenfcggg
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947
AGED HOME DRIVE
IS 928,000 SHORT
The drive to raise funds for the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
continue through Jan. 13 :n an
attempt to raise the remaining
$28,000 of the $75,000 goal, it was
announced Sunday during cere-
monies which marked the dedi-
cation of the new annex to the
Home at S W 12th ave and
Fourth st.
Several contributions to the
Home have boon made as me-
morials, including I do-
nated by Mrs. Fannie Land
brary. Dr. Celia Wahl; dining
hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gus
medical 1 m Mr and Mi 1 Ben-
jamin Appel fence Mr and Mrs
Samuel (Utter: blankets '
Mrs. Joseph Socotoi patic
and umbrellas, David "_-.-
floor covering, Mr and ''- 1
Harry Horowtb
Six Bundled people ItU
the dedication .;. artuch Harold
Shapiro, director of th<
drive, was master ot cerec
Hooor of opci=s tfca Aeon
to lh new building was j-.t-
to Max Gr*ab*rs. tiiir=i= .-:
the building OOeaaaitSM Syc-
ny L. Wcisiraub. cii^r1= ri
th fund fete* rcld :i atatory
of ih Meane, peantang .---: 1=0:
Ad~ Ric*. a x:-.'* ww Ike
original natrttattoc :. -:* Beaae
10 wh:;i i* 5* Judge Hi--.'i 3 5:..
deal gf tat Ecra : _-:
officers and re
efforts ---_-;
a=--.es pees r*K r -
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5<;ir vice
C UK a. BK '
Apsjel ::---.- :
Mrs, Ben armrj 5 .. -1
secretar: mo ; 1 :
Ar- ; : -7 .
cult ;.z;= Roes
Klaca, i-\ :_:. ; i -
Greater Miami Jewsc ~.
bom Dr Da rid 5 Aadrvc
r.ar:: Leon J. RsKcif :i 2
Mrs Sherrj pees -- -.
V. urn Beach Voces ; .-._
dedicated the
Louis Berzcg pressien:
Miarm Wccec 1 A
cated the mo pot
Rabbi Leon Kroc ;-
"' :'- '- iad ?..l:: ;.--i
Grauer the tenedarcce M_= ri;
vtded by .
>~ Pott Chora
HOME FOR AGED OPENS ANNEX
Barbecue, Luncheon
Planned by Sisterhood
A.n outdoor barbecue at the
home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
'3722 Royal Palm ave., will be
held Jan" 22, in order to promote
sales for the ad journal project
of Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood. Admission will be a $25
I ad.
The annual luncheon, featur-
; ing a famous theatrical show, will
'take place Feb. 19 at the Copa
[ Cabana. Admission will be $10.
Members who sell $100 or more
' worth of ads will be guests of the
Sisterhood.
Mrs, Kogan. president, an-
: nounces that the Sisterhood's
membership has doubled this sea-
! son and the organization now has
; nearlv 500 members.
Max Gteanharn WU cheirmexn oi the Home for the Aged
b-liliir-.- committee a.-.-epted the gold key to the new annex
". th Home dediccticn ceremonies Sunday afternoon.
Sydney L Weteftaab chairman oi the Home's S75.000 build-
ing fund drira vr.zde -he presentation.
Heimcm to Address
Both Dcvid PTA Group
Miami Y Varsity Opens
Play Monday Night
l .. .: Miami YMHA tball var-
; .. .. '.'. sity U. ----rial the
-- 1 m r. i sieetmg jj -. YMCA 9 pm Monday at
- *- the d wntown YMCA according
v '" '' ''- -. : ...: Abe Cutler
. \ ,_ EarUer that n ght the YMHA
start its
- season dm territ ry when
"* AZA r:_ plays the Dux at 7:30
"' "' .. -...... ::- :-.v-.-.xr.:< :r.oet
Five at 3:30 p.m.
Set for Tuesday are
y. games bet A and B teams
1 AZA .-.: 7:3C p m and between
517 and the Independents at 8:30
Dade Chapter Awaits
Annual Jamboree
Looking forward to the annual
; jamboree of the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home to be held
: February, members of the Dade
chapter will meet at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Beach Y.
The meeting will follow a con-
ference of the board of directors
at 10:30 a.m.. according to Mrs.
Gertrude Lachs, president.
Majors of teams working on the
ar.nual journal will report their
progress.
Labor Zionist Group
Organizes Local Unit
Nfewest organization in Greater
Miami is Hashomer Hatzair, labor
Zionist movement, which appear-
ed upon the scene about a month
ago.
Heading the local Ken (chap.
ter) are Tzvi Rubel, rosh ken
(president); Dove Okenoff, mai-
kir (secretary); Yaakov Miller
gisbar (treasurer), and Mordecai
Ziac, educational activities chair-
man.
To date the Ken consists of men
and women between trie ages of
17 and 19 years but younger
groups will be formed, Rubel said.
Meetings, held each Sunday at 8
p.m. in the Beach Y, include a
program of religious education.
The organization's platform is
Aliyah. Hityashvut and Haganah
immigration, colonization and
defense. Assisting the group is
Raphael Sichel, madrich visiting
here from Palestine.
Jacobson to Exhibit
Paintings at Hotel
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
secretary of Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will exhibit several of his
paintings at an art exhibit to be
held at Walter Jacobs' Lard Tarle-
ton hotel Jan. 16 to 26.
Jacobson was among the artists
whose work appeared at the re-
cent Miami Open-Air exhibit in
Bayfront park.
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Fraternity to Honor
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Rose Chapter Holds
Picnic, Hospital Party
SEIBERLING
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the holiday social
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)AY. JANUARY 3. 1947
jraham Halperins
kve At Miami Beach
Making Miami Beach their
irmanent home are Mr. and Mrs.
fbraham Halperin who were
arried Dec. 22 in Rabbi Irving
ehrman's home. The bride is
jie former Miss Margy Semenow,
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul D.
emenow, Pittsburgh, Pa., and
be bridegroom is the son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Israel Halperin, Brook-
yn, N. Y. A dinner at the
jfrossinger-Pancoast hotel follow-
d the ceremony.
The bride was attended by her
jstor, Dr. Ruth Semenow, and
ileyer Halperin served as best
nan.
Out-of-town guests were Dr.
.nd Mrs. Gilbert Robbin and
1 aughter, Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Abe
felker and Mr. and Mrs. M.
lalperin.
Mrs. Halperin is a graduate of
Jhlo university, where she ma-
jored in art. She took graduate
irork at the University of Penn-
ylvania and received her registry
i. occupational therapy there.
Mr. Halperin received his de-
,ree in chemical engineering at
jrooklyn Polytechnic and his
bachelor of law degree at Brook-
yn Law school.
Florence Hildebrandt
Gets Membership Award
Miss Florence Hildebrandt was
named "Miss Membership of
1946 and 1947" at the Cinderella
ball Saturday evening in the Wof-
ford hotel. The ball was held by
Junior Hadassah as a climax to
their membership drive.
Miss Hildebrandt was awarded
a cup given by Mrs. Alex Van
Straaten, senior advisor, for ob-
taining the most new members.
Others who received prizes
were the Misses Marilyn Socoloff,
Selma Lewis, Shirley Pardo and
Lucille Yagoda. These girls,
along with the Misses Hilda Sch-
wartz, Rosalynn Drosd and Doris
Shapiro, were awarded certifi-
cates of election to the National
Membership Honor society.
The organization, of which Miss
Natalie Frankel is president, now
has 127 members.
National AJC Officer
Addresses,Local Groups
Mrs. Thomas Brusk of New
York, national vice president of
the Women's division of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, met with
members of the Miami Beach
AJC executive board yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A.
J. Tobin, 849 Lenox ave.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of
the Beach chapter, reported that
over $3,000 was realized at the
dinner-dance held Dec. 22 at the
Latin Quarter. She also told the
gathering that the Beach group
expects to reach a membership of
750 this month. Last April, 430
members were enrolled.
Guests at the meeting were
members of the Miami chapter's
executive board. Mrs. Brusk is
vacationing at the Robert Richter
hotel.
MJGUST BROS R>7
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Style Show to Feature
Personal Calendars
Featuring the fashions of Mar-
garet Newman, the annual fash-
ion show and luncheon will be
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women
of Miami Beach Feb. 14 at the
Beachcomber.
Special BIRTHDAY CALEN-
DARS with anniversary dates of
members will be distributed at
the affair. Mrs. L. Goodman,
1011 Euclid ave., is in charge of
listing members' birthdays.
Mrs. Anna Kauffman, chairman
of ways and means, is in charge
of arrangements. Tickets may be
obtained from Mrs. Julie Rosen-
berg at the James hotel, Miami
Beach.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Eitata Sarvlc*
SOB Lincoln Rd. Ph.! o-686i
BUY SAVINGS BONDS1
BUY THEM NOW1
Listen to the
Palestine
Report
Every Sunday Evening
Station WKAT
7:45 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST DISTRICT
liss Gerstein Engaged
L'o Dental Student
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
[J. Gerstein, 2321 S. W. 21st St.,
[will be interested in the engage-
ment of their daughter, Marjorie,
[to Jack H. Rosner. Mr. Rosner is
[the son of Mr. and Mrs. William
[Rosner, Lake City.
Miss Gerstein attended the
! University of Missouri and is now
| a sophomore at the University of
; Miami where she is majoring in
psychology. She is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Her fiance was graduated from
schools in Lake City and attended
the University of Florida for two
years. He studied at the Uni-
versity of Miami under the V-12
training program and is now a
dental student at Northwestern
university school of dentistry
from which he will be graduated
in June as a junior grade lieuten-
ant in the naval reserve. He is
president of Alpha Omega dental
fraternity and a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi.
The couple has not yet set a
wedding date.
Miss Block Says Vows
In Synagogue Wedding
Miss Eunice Block, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wahl, 655
Euclid ave., became the bride of
Gerald- Brass Dec. 21 at Beth
Jacob synagogue. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Brass, Miami. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff and Cantor Louis Feder
officiated.
Miss Ruth Greiff, the bride's
aunt,' was maid of honor and
Leon Brass, the bridegroom's
brother, served as best man. A
reception and dinner in the Beth
Jacob community building fol-
lowed the ceremony.
Mr. Louis Greiff, the bride's
grandfather, arrived from New
York to attend the wedding.
PROSPECTIVE NURSES
TO INSPECT HOSPITAL
Student nurse applicants, their
mothers and friends will have an
opportunity to tour and inspect
facilities of Jackson Memorial
hospital and its nurse training
school Saturday, Jan. 11, when
hospital officials and faculty
members will play host at an
open house occasion between 9:30
and 11:30 a.m.
According to Miss Geneva Sim-
mons, director of student nurse
activities at the school, invita-
tions have already gone to 20
applicants. However, a general
invitation is extended to all per-
sons interested in nursing.
Purpose of the tour is to fa-
miliarize members of the incom-
ing class, their families, friends
and others with the educational
facilities of the school. In addi-
tion, faculty members will be on
hand to greet all and to answer
inquiries.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 19
ALTON ROAD HOSPITAL DIETICIAN
Miss Matilda Rubenstein, dietician for Alton Road hospital.
Miami Beach, checks over kitchen supplies at the 50-bed
institution which will be opened this month under the aus-
pices oi the Mt. Sinai hospital group. An Army dietician
during the war. Miss Rubenstein was the only dietician in-
jured near the front lines. She was struck by shrapnel in
Belgium.
Parley Airs UJA Needs
(Continued from Page 1)
who recently arrived in the Unit-
ed States with a special message
to American Jews from the Jew-
ish DP's of Europe.
A former school teacher in h:s
home town of Czernowitz. Ru-
mania. Retter organized an anti-
Nazi underground movement
which was credited with I
cue of thousands of Rumani
Jews from Nazi concentration
camps and death centers. Three
times the youthful Jewish leader
he is only 24was captured by
the Gestapo and sentenced to be
shot but he managed to escape-
each time. Sixty-nine me-
et his family were murdered by
the Nazis. His wife, who fought
as a partisan at the age of 17.
lost her entire family :r. the first
days of the war.
piU and &uh!
Neatness is the
word for our wait-
ers We have seen
them spill a Irayful
of drinks on a cus-
tomer without soil-
ing the tablecloth!
1741 M. MIAMI AVE. *
Jlanl'a Soph run Houm
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING .
(Continued from Page 2)
Mr. and Mrs. Mort M. Allen, son
end daughter-in-law of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Aronstein 639
West ave. With them are the
Aronsteins' nephew and niece,
the Harold S:essels Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Tipps, of Seattle,.
Wash., who ere stopping at the
Hollywood Beach hotel, were
guests at the New Year's day
dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry. Also present
was Joe Taylor, a close friend of
the Sherry's, who returned to
Chicago yesterday .
Miss Rosetta May Kline,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kline, will leave today for the
University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, where she is majoring
in research chemistry .
Miss Sally Schatz has return-
ed from a two months' stay in
New York ... Mr. a n d Mrs.
Philip B. Berkowitz of Miami
are spending some time at the
Astor hotel at the Beach .
Rent Control Rally
Set for Thursday
A mass meeting for all Dadc
countv citizens will be held in
JBavfront park Thursday at 8
I p.m. in a concerted move to main-
; tain federal rent controls.
Sponsored by the Dade County
! Consumers' council and coordi-
nated by the Southern Confer-
I ence for Human Welfare, the rent
rally is expected to urge the new
80th Congress to continue the
present rent control laws, accord-
ing to Louis Touby, coordinator
of the rally.
"The great majority of the peo-
ple want freedom from fear
| through continued rent control,
; rather than the dangers of a dis-
; astrous boom and bust period
i which we believe would follow
| the removal of these controls,"
Touby said.
"The cost of living has risen
1 nearly 30 per cent since price
! controls were removed on other
j commodities two months ago," he
I explained, "and this experience
I shows the people what may be
! expected if rent controls are dis-
turbed. This rally will give the
people an opportunity to speak
j for themselves rather than merely
' listen to the opinions of others."
Informed property owners are
supporting the rally in the belief
that continued rent controls will
stabilize realty values by avoid-
ing a "'boom and bust" period, it
was pointed out.
The Central Labor union of the
American Federation of Labor.
CIO unions, veterans organiza-
tons and numerous other civic
and patriotic groups are support-
ing the rally.
A piogram of music, short
speeches and entertainment skits
is being arranged for the mass
-.:ng. Touby said.
iquarters for the rally are
in the offices of the Southern
Conference for Human Welfare,
located in the Commercial arcade.
Room 307. 127 N. E. First ave.
Volunteers who desire to assist in
preparations for the meeting may
call the rally headquarters.
Gables Meeting to Have
Latin American Theme
Latin America will be the
theme at the meeting of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Sunday
when Eduardo F. Reyes.
public relations counsel specializ-
ing in Latin American affairs, is
guest speaker at the Hillel House.
Tonight, the Center will enter-
tain Jewish patients at Pratt Gen-
eral hospital following religious
services. Irving Gerstenfeld is
chairman. Mrs. Gerstenfeld is in
ge of arrangements for home
hospitality for the patients, many
of whom were entertained at
members' homes during the holi-
davs.
Sorority Entertains
Visiting Members
Women from all over the coun-
try met this week at a holiday
Unchen given at the Sea Isl
notel by the Alpha IfcsuonFW
Alumru.c association of Gieatei
Mam" Invitations had been cx-
tended by Miss I^rraine Gartaer,
chairman for the event, to Boror-
ity members residing here oi
visiting in Miami during the holi-
day season.
Mrs Frederick S. Grossberg,
president of the Miami Alumnae
association, welcomed the guests
and introduced Mrs. Edward L.
Cowen, who entertained the group
with a review of the recent Broad-
way success, "I Remember
Mama."
The theme decoration was a
colorful wall-Sized map embroid-
ered by the pledges of the Alpha
Eta chapter at the University of
Miami, and framed in bamboo,
depicting the number and loca-
tion of the chapters of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi.
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r the local
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ent; Mrs. H '
..... Mr* IxjuIs
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rali e Gartner, provln i Mrs,
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Mrs. Jean C. Lehmi chair-
Mrs li' I Hlrsch,
chairman; Miss Edith C-.'; n, I
Ian: M Lewis, n emberehlp
chairman; Mrs. Sam Elllnoff. girts
chairman; Mrs. Julian Newl
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Mrs. Jennie Katz Dies
Funeral services for Mrs. Jen.
nie Katz, pioneer Miamian who
died Wednesday, will be held at
2 p.m. this afternoon at the Gor-
don Funeral home with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Burial
will follow in Woodlawn Park
cemetery.
Mrs. Katz, who was 66 years
old, died in a Miami hospital. A
local resident of Miami for the
past 21 years, she came here from
Washington, O. C. She was an
active member of Beth Davd
synagogue.
Services at Hollywood
"An Eternal Blessing" js the
subject Rabbi Max Kaufman will
preach on at Friday night ser-
vices in the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center.
Services this evening will be
at 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning
services are held at 10 a.m.
Maryland) Mis. Harold L'ngar, Syra-
Cliae; Mrs. Marvin Zank, Mew York'
i MarUy Stein, Maryland \ii-j
p.iia Qradaky, ohl.. State un
Mrs Mlldren Brown, Hunti i
Miss .Imlcan Askin. I". of Ma
Mis. James Stein, New I! \i,.
Iselin, Tennessee; Mis. s. Mllgrlnj
Philadelphia; Miss June Qrody, i'nl-
verslty <>f Vermont, and Miss D
Goldstein, Miss Lettle Bchulti and
Miss Jackie Rosen of North*
university,
Other guests Included Mrs Arnold
Simon, Mrs. Jack E. Bchleff, Mrs
Frank Solomon, Mrs. David Rifat,
Miss Bea Jaffee, Mrs. Alvln Rlchter,
Mrs. M. Sidell, Mrs. Theodore Bet-man
m --. Ruth Orayson. Miss i* w
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Warfleld. Miss Marilyn I'nerar, and
Mi-s Miriam I.iberman. all of \l iml
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B'NAI B'RITH LEADERS TO CONFER
Rabbi Amram Prero, national
director of boys' work of the
B'nai B'rith Youth organization,
will arrive in Miami from Wash-
ington, D. C, on Jan. 6 for con-
ferences with local BBYO lead-
ers and members of the various
chapters in Miami. Rabbi Prero
recently assumed his duties as
national director of boys' work
after completine service as di-
rector of the Hillel foundation
at the University of Manitoba
and director of youth work for
the Canadian Jewish Congress.
Born in Palestine, Rabbi Prero
came to the United States as a
child and was educated in the
Chicago schools and ordained a
rabbi by the Hebrew Theological
college. For two years he was
the Jewish religious representa-
tive at the Mayo clinic in Ro-
chester, Minn., and later served
as rabbi in Lexington, Ky.,
where he organized a statewide
youth program and was one of
the leaders in building a young
peoples' community center. Be-
fore service at the University of
Manitoba, Rabbi Prero was Hillel
director at the University of
Florida.
A heavy schedule has been
planned for Rabbi Prero, includ-
ing an appearance at the meeting
of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai
B'rith, on Tuesday evening, Jan.
7; a luncheon meeting with ad-
visors of all youth groups in
Miami at the Towers hotel at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8; a
meeting with the executive com-
mittees of Sholem lodge, Miami
Beach lodge and both ladies'
auxiliaries on Thursday, Jan. 9,
and the weekly Sholem lodge
luncheon on Friday, Jan. 10, at
the Downtown club.
A youth rally of all AZA, BBG,
BBYM and BBYW chapters in
Greater Miami will be held on
Monday evening, Jan. 13 at the
Miami Women's club. An inter-
esting program has been planned
including selections by the ALS
Glee club. Representatives of
the boys' groups are narticipat-
ing in a dramatic skit. Walter
Traurig, president of the Twin
City council, will be chairman of
the evening.
FPL EMPLOYEES GET
FAMILY MEDICAL PLAN
Employees of Florida Power &
Light company have almost
unanimously accepted a plan for
hospitalization and surgical bene-
fits insurance for their families,
^according to Dave Bosworth, dis-
rict manager of the company.
The cost of the insurance, which
provides $5 a day hospitalization
plus certain incidentals and up to
M50 surgical benefits for mem-
bers of the employee's immedi-
ate family, is shared by the com-
pany, with the employee and the
company each paying half of the
premium.
Acceptance by 75 per cent of
Ihe eligible employees was neces-
sary before the plan could be-
Icome effective. This goal was
quickly reached and while re-
turns are not yet complete, over
T>7 per cent of those so far re-
ported are participating in the
plan.
The employees themselves have
had this insurance for several
Irears. Its extension to include
heir families is an additional
enefit offered by the company
) help members of its organiza-
tion in times of need, according
Bosworth.
Alex Straus Elected
By Temple Men's Club
Alex A. Straus was elected
president of Temple Beth Sholom
Men's club, succeeding Abe Blatt,
at a meeting last Thursday night.
Also elected were Dr. Denis P.
Quittner, Seymour Weiss and
Bertram C. Waller, vice presi-
dents; Herbert S. Shapiro, secre-
tary; Martin Rokaw, treasurer.
Selected to serve on the board
of directors were Alan Becker,
Morris Bcrick, Abe Blatt, Daniel
Cooper, Harry Cornblum, Harry
Kohn, Hy Fried, Samuel Fried-
man, Harry Gerson, Louis Gold-
man, Emanuel Goldstrich, Max
Rosenstein, S. A. Goodman, David
Isen, Morrie Morris, Al Kreisler
Bernard A. Salzberg, Jack Schaef-
fer, Albert Smith, Abe Solosko
and George Talianoff.
Following the business meeting
the film "One People" was shown.
ENTERTAINS BPW
Four-year-old Sheila Kagen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Kagen of Miami Beach, enter-
tained with popular songs at the
meeting of the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's division of
Hadassah last week. Sheila is a
pupil at the Doranne School of
Charm.
DR. SAFRA ELECTED
BY MIZRACHI MEN
Dr. M. J. Safra is new president
of the Miami Beach Men's divi-
sion of Mizrachi. He was elected
Saturday evening at Beth Jacob
with P. Shenkman and J. Melt-
zer, vice presidents; Max Bert-
man, corresponding secretary.
Also elected were Max Feit,
recording secretary; M. Mischa-
loff, financial secretary; Dr. I.
Makovsky, treasurer. Rabbi U.
Felshin was named honorary
president and Mr. Feit was ap-
pointed chairman of the current
membership drive.
PAGE NINE
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Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs
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JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
TO PRESENT ACTOR AND DANGER
On Sundav. Jan. 12, the J
Cultural committee will present
Zvee Scooler of the Yiddish Art
theater in a program of original
portrayals and improvisations of
human and humorous situations
in life ir. Yiddish ar.d English
Sharing the program at t:
ami Beach High school will be
Benjamin Zemach, international-
ly famous dancer and choreo-
graph-, r.
Scooler is kn wn I Yi
theater audiences a? one oi the
outstanding artists I the Yiddish
Art T:i< atei During
with this world-fan- ..s orgar.iz-
Fratority Announces
Forums on Marriage
A series of four forums on mar-
riage is being arranged by the
Temple Beth Sholom Fratonty
TSLation of young adults with
'-e first lecture scheduled foi
8:15 pm. Tuesday at the Tem-
^ Rabbi Leon Kronish will open
the series with a discussion of
the religious basis of marriage.
On subsequent Tuesday evenings
les CVhen, executive director
f the Jewish Social Service
bureau, will speak on the socio-
logical basis of marriage on Jan.
14 and Dr. Herman Selinsky, Mi-
ami Beach psychiatrist, will dus-
cuss the psychological basis for
gi or. Jan. 21.
The forums will conclude with
a panel discussion Jan. 28 in
which Rabbi Kronish, Mr. Cohen
and Dr. Selinsky will participate
with a representative of the Fra-
tority.
An open forum will follow each
..The scries will be open to
ers and their invited guests.
I cards may be secured from
the Temple office.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1947
zvee sccolip.
ation h, .1 :". "Th Dy-
buk," Rags V K
"Brothers A "Three
Cities.' "Sal tior nd many
other plays. H
several I ..-.ions
such, as "She '.. ''. N t' I
Theatei G..... tion of
'"Races." "We A
Edward G. R ins A- th<
WEVD Gram-Meister he has
written his own materi il
series of weekly broadcasts over
a period of five years.
Zemach was for nine years with
the Moscow Habirr.a Theater,
founded :
BENJAMIN ZEMACH
He tot I Europe and the Unit
States as act
:: tudi
l tl Dah: ze institute in
at -... Tchernetzkaia
Dance school undei va and
- 1 Im-
[ Ballet. H li
Los Ai Ifor 1
r.ity .; and has
for 1 H Uj .
. an I tion pic-
: Mr. Zemi I 1 u west
. ast .. ith .. iai.....; an
the choreograph*.
ments and dances for the I
production of "The E:
I" for the .'. Theater and
for "Pins and Net
Tick liable at the M
ami YM & YWHA, I
YM & WHA and the Bureau of
Jewish. E : t :..
Home for Aged Adds
17 Members to Board
Seventeen men were added to
the board of directors of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged at the an-
nual general membership meet-
ing last Thursday evening.
Daniel M. Broad, nominations
committee chairman, presented
the names of the following who
were accepted unanimously.
They are Max Lieber. David
Liel man, I. M. Liberman of Jack-
sonville. Dr. Lester Stepner. Syd-
ney L. Weintraub. Morris E. Ru-
bin. Joseph Socoloff. Gus Trau.
H. Levitt. I. Peckerman, Harry
I.' vine.
Oscar Mamber. Harry
witz, Philip Weinberg. Mor-
is Wolf. J. Chaves and Harold
Shapiro.
The board will elect its officers
in the near future.
Miami Hadassah Slates
New Discussion Series
A series of discussion groups on
Hadassah projects will be inau-
gurated at 2 p.m. Thursday at
Beth David congregation by the
Miami group of Hadassah, accord-
ing to Mrs. Joseph Carp, presi-
dent.
First of the series will be on the
subject of Youth Aliyah and will
be led by Mrs. Joel Belov, proj-
cts chairman, and Mrs. Moe Fein-
gold chairman of Youth Aliyah.
Mrs. Belov attended Temple
university in Philadelphia, Pa.,
and is a graduate of the teachers'
course of Grats college in that
city. She has taught Sunday
school at Temple Israel for the
past eight years and conducts the
citizenship classes sponsored by
the National Council of Jewish
Women in Miami.
Each session of the series will
last one hour and will include an
open forum. The series is open to
the public at no charge. No solici-
tation of funds will be made. The
Jewish National Fund will be the
subject of the February discus-
sion.
Arrangements for the series
have been made- by the education-
al committee consisting of Mrs.
Benjamin Levitin, chairman, and
Mrs. Murray Grauer, Mrs. M.
Pace, Mrs. J. Schieff, Miss Elsa
Temple and Mrs. Harold Van
Dam. People desiring to attend
any of the monthly series may
receive notice of the time and
place by communicating with Mrs.
Levitin at 1428 S.W. 20th st.
SILVER TO OUTLINE
1947 LODGE PROGRAM
Sam Silver, new president of
Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith. will
outline the organization's program
for 194? at the weekly luncheon.
12:15 p.m. today in the Down-
town club restaurant. Sevbold
bldg.
Slated to speak next week is
Rabbi Amram Prero, national di-
r of boys' work for B'nai
B'rith. He will be introduced bv
Rabbi Albert M local Hillel
foundation director.
Rabbi Prero to Speak
At Beach Lodge Event
Rabbi Amram Prero, national
director of boys' work for B'nai
B'rith will address the mem-
bership of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith lodge Tuesday eve-
ning.
The meeting will be opened
at 8:15 p.m. in the National
hotel, 1677 Collins ave. Rabbi
Prero is visiting here from
Washington, D. C.
B'nai B'rith pamphlets on
counselling and vocational in-
formation are to be used by the
local veterans administration
office, according to Charles R.
Jacobson, executive secretary of
Sholem lodge.
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University theatre.
Virgil Barker, director of the
institute, has announced that each
of the speakers will give an
afternoon lecture at 4:30 and an
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Engle will speak on Jan. 7, Ralph
Boggs on Jan. 8 and Edward
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Engle, poet and professor at
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AAe>ctaAy, a$ SAeateA Miami
ave.
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington
fami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m. Dr. William G. Niederland. pro-
fessor of psychology at the University of Tampa, will lecture on the
theme "The American Jew Psychoanalyzed." Cantor Feder will lead
the communal singing. Sabbath morning service for adults, 8:30
s.m. Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10 a m. Bible
study, 4 p.m. Mmcha, 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos at which
IRabbi Mescheloff will speak on the weekly portion of the law.
Dr. Niederland is head of the department of inter-cultural and
fiuman relations at the University of Tampa. His work at the
jniversity was given nationwide recognition in recent months by the
New York Times and the newspaper PM. He was formerly con-
nected with the Mt. Sinai hospital. New York, and previous to his
[arrival in this country, practised and taught in Milan, Italy, for
fright years. Before that, he was professor of mental hygiene at the
Imerican university at Manilla.
Miami Beach, Rabbi Joseph E,
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave
lackorsky.
Friday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Satur-
Jay, first minyon, 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky
will speak. Mincha, 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos at which
*he Rabbi will discuss the portion of the week and conduct Shalos
Sudos singing. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m. followed by a class
Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish
laws and customs.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
I7ih aye.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabalos Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m.,
jmmences new series devoted to tradition that keeps Israel living
3 a nation and a faith. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Kashruth
[Laws and Their Importance to Us Living the Jewish Life." Rabbi
Tnd Mrs. Grauer will be hosts to the Congregation for this evening's
forum and the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services at 8:30
.m. The Bar Mitzva of Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
liller, will be celebrated. Mincha at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Sudos. Junior congregation, directed by Abraham Gross, 9:30 a.m.
Saturday at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. Eman-
iiel Karger as hostesses. Bar Mitzva breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Sunday
wth Mrs. Ochs and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg as hostesses.
Ices
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami,
abbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "The New Calendar Year" at serv-
es 8:15 p.m. tonight. In honor of their 35th wedding anniversary,
r. and Mrs. William Friedman will be hosts at a reception which
ill follow services. Flowers for the pulpit were donated by Mr.
id Mrs. Nathan Davidow in honor of the wedding anniversary
f Mrs. Davidow's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
blen. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Student services. 10:30
.m. Bar-Mitzva breakfast sponsored by the P-TA, 8:45 a.m. Sunday.
Ml boys and girls, 13 years of age and over, are invited to attend.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid are.. Miami
Jeach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director.
Late Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
udge Samuel Dickstein of the New York State Supreme Court who
nil speak on the subject: "The Future of Our People." Cantor Gold-
JbfL will chant the service, assisted by the Center choir. On Satur-
day morning Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the weekly portion of
the law. Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berg, and Richard
win, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richtc-i, will celebrate their Bar
Mitzvas. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast Sunday morning.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
witman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath,
resident of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be
uest speaker. A Sisterhood reception in honor of Rabbi and Mrs
jsendrath will follow the services. Sabbath morning services, 11
a. Mrs. Harry Wohl, reception sponsor, will light the Sabbath
indies. Assisting Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter, hospitality chair-
an, will be Mrs. Norton Benis, Mrs. Fred Pohl, Mrs. Meyer Wolf
id Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein.
SIGN OF THE TIMES
Up goes the sign in front oi the 50-bed hospital at Seventh st. and Alton rd., Miami Beach,
which the Mt. Sinai hospital group will open around Ian. 15. Daniel Ruskin supervises the
sign switch. Reconversion of Alton Road hospital has been going on since the middle of
November under the chairmanship of Ruskin and Mrs. Harry Markowitz. Some of the innova-
tions are a nurses' dormitory, central supply room, floor offices, utility rooms, drug storage
departments, dietician's office and a mess hall.
Miami Lodge to Hear
District Officers
Julius Fisher, secretary, and
Edward Rosenbloom, treasurer of
the fifth district of B'nai B'rith,
will be principal speakers at the
installation banquet to be held by
Sholem lodge in a Miami hotel.
Date of the affair has been
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PAGE THIRTEEN
... At the turn of the year, it
was announced that the Mt.
Sinai Hospital Building Fund
Campaign had passed the mil-
lion dollar mark, with pledges
reported totalling $1,011,522.
news item
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P
d Trustees of Mt. SINAI HOSPITAL
for their vision and courage in launching the campaign.
iami Jewish Federation
for having given efficient direction and management to the campaign.
d Campaign Workers and Officers
for their tireless expenditure of money, time and effort in behalf of the campaign.
the Initial Gift and Special Gift Division
I for already having raised the greatest sum of money ever previously raised by any
| voluntary agency in Greater Miami.
ers of Miami Beach
for cooperating in such grand fashion.
icians of Greater Miami
without whose advice and analysis of Greater Miami's hospital problem the drive
might never have been started.
aders
who have proved a dynamic force in rallying the people to Mt. Sinai's support.
el Radio
for their efforts in pushing" the drive with publicity in news columns and on the air.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947
Record Season Seen
For West Flagler
By George Gallet
West Flagler Kennel club is off
to another record breaking sea-
son.
The state's No. 1 dog track in-
augurated its new campaign New-
Year's night with a new record
smashing crowd and a mutual
plav which went soaring up in
the" hundreds of thousands.
Kenneled at the track are the
cream of American racing dogs,
and they will vie throughout 80
nights of racing.
Heading the field of stars is the
immortal Flashy S;r which has
won almost 40 races in 50 starts.
a record which will stand up in
American dog racing for a long
time to come.
Other top-lighters racing at
Flagler which bear watching
throughout the meeting are Miss
Ward, Ger-.e Roller. Hooker. Rock-
et Gal, Sar.cy Roll, Korn Kick,
Jolly Hal, Rolling Roy and
Blended.
Rolhr.g Rcy is just a youngster
but is expected to develop into
a great star. He's the p:
comer since Flashy S:r. winning
six consecutive races at Bisc ; n(
Kennel club before moving over
to West Flagler.
Roiling Boy is a sor. of Neve:
Roll, which held every world
record in the book at one time,
records he made at Revere Beach-
Mass.
Several additions have-
made to the West Flagler track!
this season for I I rt :f thej
fans. Additional wager:.-.,: win-
dows and the seating capacity c:
the track has been
West Flagler has two exclusive
features in American dog racing
the All-Glass Starting boxes
the electric describer t ard which
posts the leadei 1 different
points on the ti
AEPi Has Annual Dance
Miami Alumni club of Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity held its an-
nual dinner-dance-on Oer "
the Shelborne hotel. Miami
Beach, for local alumni and
undergraduate members of vari-
ous chapters of the fraternity re-
turning to their homes in tne
Miami area for the holidays.
Chapters represented by alumni
and undergraduates were: Uni-
versity of Miami. University of
Georgia. Emory university. Geor-
gia Tech. Vanderbilt university.:
New York university. Rhode Isl-
and State college. Cornell uni-1
versity. University of Illinois.
Marquette university. Ohio State
university. University of Penn-
sylvania. Ohio Northern univers-
ity, University of Maryland. Uni-
ty of Alabama. University'
:" Akron. University of Virginia.;
Louisiana Stau university, Johns:
Hopkins university and Univers-
ity of Tennessee.
Harry Hymanson Named
JWB Field Secretary
uew field secretary of the
scutum section National Jew-
ish Welfare board, is Harry H>
Hanson whose appointment is an-
nounced by Jules Paglm, presi
dent of the section.
Hvmanson has served as a UbU-
JWB worker for the past five and
before assuming his new post Jan.
1 was USO-JWB regional super-
visor for the Third Army area
which includes all of the south-
eastern states.
A graduate of Tufts college with
an AB degree, he served as exe-
cutive director of the Lawrence,
Mass., YMHA and also as an exe-
cutive director of Camp Avoda, a
member camp of the New Eng-
land section of JWB.
The southern section of JWB
has been operating for the past
two years. Gus Jacobson is direc-
tor.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
In honor of the Bar Mitzva of' Sol Rubin has moved his jew-
their son. Mr. and Mrs. Harry elry business in with the Salma
Brukenfeld entertained in Schen Linen store. A new building is
following services Saturday, being constructed on the former
site of his store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaufman have
turned from New York state for
tne season. Mr. Kaufman has
been the operator of a meat mar-
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Abe Friedman and his sister,
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J Moss local merchant, was A lane ,0 aUerd the un.
veiling of a monument for their
mother, Mrs. Bessie Friedman,
who died here last winter. Mr.
Humreich and daughter were also
in the party which came here
from New York. Mrs. Sadie Houtz
and Ben Freidman, daughter and
son of the late Mrs. Friedman, re-
side here. Abe Friedman has re-
turned North and Mr. and Mrs.
Humreich are spending some
time here.
N than Schocoff, who was a
nt at Johns Hopkins hospi-
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has gone to New York before re-
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Beth El.
Burial services for the- infant
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were held in Woodlawn cemetery
Ral M. Greenstein offi-
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grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Glasser.
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Adolph Scr.utzberg has rejoin- judge advocate; Max Ackerman,
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Teacher to Describe
[Recent Trip to Europe
First-hand impressions of post-
fwar Europe will be presented by
| Mrs. Grace Brown, head of the
foreign language department of
Miami Beach High school at a
1 meeting o f Kadimah chapter,
Pioneer Women's Organization, 8
p.m. Wednesday at the Beth
Tfilah congregation, 935 Euclid
ave.
Mrs. Brown recently toured
western Europe for two months
as a guest of the French govern-
| ment.
In taking time out of her ex-
tensive travels through war-torn
Normandy, France, Switzerland,
Italy, Spain and Portugal, Mrs.
Brown attended the Paris peace
conference, crossed the "closed"
International Bridge between
France and Spain, and through
intimate contact with the Span-
iards learned the common man's
reactions and feelings under the
dictatorship of Franco.
Mrs. Brown studied at the Sor-
bonne in Paris and at the Nation-
al university of Mexico where she
received her master of arts de-
gree. She is now studying for her
Ph.D. in Hispanics at Columbia
university.
Mrs. Rose Melinson and Mrs.
Etta Courtman, Kadimah co-
chairmen on the child rescue fund
project of the Pioneer Women's
Organization, will preside at the
meeting.
For the benefit of this child
rescue fund, the chapter is spon-
soring the Braggiotti-Chaikin
concert at the Miami Edison High
school on March 8. Tens of thou-
sands of orphaned children are
rescued from the displaced per-
sons camps of Europe and are be-
ing rehabilitated in Palestine un-
der this program. During the war
years the Pioneer Women pro-
vided for more than 20,000 child-
ren annually.
Reform Rabbi Heads
Synagogue Council
UNVEILINGS
Unveiling of a monument to
| the memory of the late Mrs. Mol-
lie Bergman, of 841 Washington
ave., Miami Beach, will take place
at 8 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo
cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mesche-
loff will officiate. Arrangements
are in charge of Sidney H. Pal-
mer of the Miami Monument
company. Friends and relatives
are requested to attend.
Obituaries
ROMER
Mrs. Mollle Romer, 64. of 121 N. W.
Third ave.. died middenly last Thurs-
day mornlnK In a hospital. She came
to Miami three years ago from Detroit
and Is survived by her husband. Harry
Romer, of Miami; two sons, Louis
Romer of Miami, and Samuel Romer
of St. Paul, Minn., and three daugh-
ters, Including Miss Reva Romer of
Miami. The body was sent to Detroit
by Gordon Funeral home.
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SLUTZKY
Mrs. Ida Slutzky, 67, widow of
Rabbi I^ouls Slutzky. died Sunday at
her home, 2381 W. Flagler st. Sur-
viving are five sons and two daugh-
ters. Including Mrs. Minnie Zimmer-
man. Miami. The body was sent to
Chicago by the Gordon Funeral home.
Rabbi William Rosenblum,
Temple Israel, New York, was
elected president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America to
succeed the late Dr. Isaac M.
Landman. Rabbi Rosenblum, a
graduate of the Hebrew Union
College, is the spiritual leader
of one of the 340 Reform Jewish
congregations affiliated with the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
8URAN8KY
Isaac Suransky, 85, of 4435 Royal
Palm ave., Miami Beach, died Satur-
day. He came to Miami seven years
ago from Chicago. Surviving are a
daughter, Mrs. Werra Friedman, and
a son, Mark Suran, both of Miami
Beach. Services were held Monday
In Riverside Memorial chapel.
SCHECHTER
Martin Schechter, 21. school teacher
of 1021 Blarrlti dr., Normandy isle,
died Saturday in a hospital after an
Illness of three days. He came here
three months ago from New York and
was a member of the International
Workers' order. Surviving are his
mother, Mrs. Eva Schechter of Miami
Beach, two sjsters and a brother.
Palmer Funeral home sent the body
to New York.
Marcia Hankoff Heads
Young Judaea Group
Marcia Hankoff was installed
as president of the Hedera group
of Young Judaea last Monday
afternoon at Temple Beth Sho-
lom. The ceremony, conducted by
Harold Shapiro, chairman of the
Greater Miami Young Judaea
Youth commission, was perform-
ed by candelight.
Other officers installed were
Babs Lifsher, vice president; Ju-
dy Rudnick, secretary, and Vicki-
Ellen Herman, treasurer.
Highlight of the afternoon was
the white elephant auction. Pro-
ceeds from this sale will be giv-
en to Youth Aliyah.
The group, led by Miss Toby
Cooper is for girls between 13
and 14 and meets every Monday
at 3:30 p.m. in Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
A monument to the memory
of the late Mrs. Rebecca Selikin
of 1132 Euclid ave., will be un-
veiled at 2:15 p.m. Sunday in Mt.
Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Sidney H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
company. Friends and relatives
are requested tto attend.
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GREENBERG
Solomon Oreenberg, 64, of 1231
Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, died
last Thursday. He came here a year
ago from Mt. Freedom, N. J. Sur-
viving Is his wife, Mrs. Cella Green-
berg. Services were In Riverside
Memorial chapel followed by burial
in Mt. Nebo cemetery.
LANOES
Susan Rae I,andes. 2. 244 N. W.
11th ave.. died Saturday. She is
survived by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George J. I-.-umI.-s, and her grand-
parents, all of Miami. Services were
held at 2 p.m. Monday In the Palmer
Funeral chapel.
SCHUMANN
Alexander Schumann, 65-year-old
retired manufacturer, died Saturday
In his home, 4445 Royal Palm ave.,
Miami Beach. He moved here four
years ago from New York. Surviv-
ing arc his wife. Mrs. Mftllie Schu-
mann; two daughters. Mrs. Hazel
Klein and Miss Helene Schumann:
>ne son, I-awrence R. Schumann, all
of Miami Beach: a brother and three
sisters. Riverside Memorial chapel
assisted In arranging for services In
New York.
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+Jewish fhrMIM
FRIDAY, JANUARY
3-1947
CIVIL RIGHTS COUNCIL RECEIVES
CHARTER; REV. BflRTH HEADS UNIT
Certification of the corporate
Iron Workers Local
C-eruncaiion 01 u.e "*~'-"= .Mothers club. Iron Workers l^ocai
charter and by-laws of the Dade League of Women Shop-
County Civil Rights council took, Zlonist youth or-
: Tuesday morning in the;P*"
chambers of Circuit Court Judge'g^ &
place
Marshall C. Wiseheart.
President of the newly formed
council is the Rev. Joseph Barth,
who has recently returned to Mi-
ami as minister of the First Uni-
tarian church. Other officers are
Henning Heldt. vice president;
Garth Reeves, jr., recording sec-
retary; Gilbert J. Balkin. corre-
sponding secretary, and George
Wolpert, treasurer.
"Membership in the Dade
County Civil Rights council is
composed of representatives of
civic, religious, fraternal, veteran,
labor and community organiza-
tions in the Dade county area,"
the Rev. Barth explained.
He stated that the council's
charter lists its objectives and
purposes as:
1. An affirmation of the prin-
ciples that there are basic human
rights and freedoms accruing to
every individual, regardless of
race, creed, color or national
origin.
2. The defense and protection
Masada Zionist
Miami Beach Elks.
Beach Kiwanis, Negro
Service council, Southern Confer-
ence for Human Welfare, Temple
Israel congregation, Young Wom-
en's Christian association and
Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
Council members in attendance
in the charter filing ceremony
included Burnett Roth and George
J. Talianoff.
(Editor's note: Florida's Got.
Millard F. Caldwell has asserted
that while under the law of
Florida he is without authority
to lake any action toward re-
Yoking the Klan's charter, he
is "extremely interested in pre-
renting any Tiolation of our
state laws by the Ku Klux Klan
or any other organization."
He has offered his cooperation
if such instances arise.)
Denver Home Group
To Discuss Journal
Mrs. Irving H. Miller, president
of the Greater Miami chapter, Na-
tional Home for Jewish Children
at Denver, will lead a discussion
of the souvenir journal at a meet-
ing 1:30 pjn. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Harry Zeilinger, 846 Len-
ox ave.
Funds received from this proj-
ect will be used to pay for a car-
ryall station wagon for children
at the Denver home.
A victory luncheon is sched-
Dessert Luncheon Set
Jan. 21 meeting of the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
be a dessert luncheon at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub is
arranging the program. Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, president, has
requested that funds and tickets
for the recent luncheon be turned
in.
uled for Jan. 21 for all those who
help raise funds for the station
wagon.
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B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
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Mrs. Jean Silverman and Mrs.
Max Bergman, first and second
of civil rights as granted by the vice presidents of the B'nai B'nth
Constitution of the United States Women of Sholem lodge, will be
and amendments thereto. (installed at a meeting at 1:30 p.m.
3. The development and pro- jjan. 14 in Beth David auditorium,
jection of a broad range con- Following the initiation of new
structive educational program members. George J. Talianoff.
working towards the implementa-
tion of the preceding two objec-
tives and the prevention of preju-
dice, discrimination and occur-
ence of incidents in which civil several of the songs,
and'or hurr.an r:ghts are invaded. Mrs. William Danziger.
"Disturbed over mounting ten-
Florida regional director of the
Anti-Defamation league, will re-
view the new Irving Caesar song-
book and Marx Feinberg will sing
sions in the community, evi-
denced particularly by the resurg-
ence of the Ku Klux Klan in the
Miami area, representatives of the;
community organizations have!
determined to unite their strength ;
for the advancement of the com-
munity," Barth pointed out.
Action already taken by the
council has included petitioning
Florida state officials to institute
immediate action to revoke the
charter of the Ku Klux Klan in
Florida and protesting the recent
cancellation of a scheduled foot-
ball game between the University
of Miami and Penn State college
because of the inclusion of Ne-
groes on Penn State's roster.
Among the organizations repre-
sented at meetings of the council
have been American Veterans
committee. Anti-Defamation lea-
gue, Association for Childhood
Education, Beth David congrega-
tion. Beth David Sisterhood, Beth
Jacob congregation, Big Sisters
club. B'nai B'rith, Business and
Professional Women's club, Cath-
olic Daughters of America, Coco-
nut Groce Civic club. Congress of
Industrial Organizations. Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt club, Gesu
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the program.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 fJewisli Her Mian B'NAI B'RITH LEADERS TO CONFER Rabbi Amram Prero, national director of boys' work of the B'nai B'rith Youth organization, will arrive in Miami from Washington, D. C, on Jan. 6 for conferences with local BBYO leaders and members of the various chapters in Miami. Rabbi Prero recently assumed his duties as national director of boys' work after completine service as director of the Hillel foundation at the University of Manitoba and director of youth work for the Canadian Jewish Congress. Born in Palestine, Rabbi Prero came to the United States as a child and was educated in the Chicago schools and ordained a rabbi by the Hebrew Theological college. For two years he was the Jewish religious representative at the Mayo clinic in Rochester, Minn., and later served as rabbi in Lexington, Ky., where he organized a statewide youth program and was one of the leaders in building a young peoples' community center. Before service at the University of Manitoba, Rabbi Prero was Hillel director at the University of Florida. A heavy schedule has been planned for Rabbi Prero, including an appearance at the meeting of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday evening, Jan. 7; a luncheon meeting with advisors of all youth groups in Miami at the Towers hotel at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8; a meeting with the executive committees of Sholem lodge, Miami Beach lodge and both ladies' auxiliaries on Thursday, Jan. 9, and the weekly Sholem lodge luncheon on Friday, Jan. 10, at the Downtown club. A youth rally of all AZA, BBG, BBYM and BBYW chapters in Greater Miami will be held on Monday evening, Jan. 13 at the Miami Women's club. An interesting program has been planned including selections by the ALS Glee club. Representatives of the boys' groups are narticipating in a dramatic skit. Walter Traurig, president of the Twin City council, will be chairman of the evening. FPL EMPLOYEES GET FAMILY MEDICAL PLAN Employees of Florida Power & Light company have almost unanimously accepted a plan for hospitalization and surgical benefits insurance for their families, ^according to Dave Bosworth, disrict manager of the company. The cost of the insurance, which provides $5 a day hospitalization plus certain incidentals and up to M50 surgical benefits for members of the employee's immediate family, is shared by the company, with the employee and the company each paying half of the premium. Acceptance by 75 per cent of Ihe eligible employees was necessary before the plan could beIcome effective. This goal was %  quickly reached and while returns are not yet complete, over T>7 per cent of those so far reported are participating in the plan. The employees themselves have had this insurance for several Irears. Its extension to include heir families is an additional enefit offered by the company ) help members of its organization in times of need, according Bosworth. Alex Straus Elected By Temple Men's Club Alex A. Straus was elected president of Temple Beth Sholom Men's club, succeeding Abe Blatt, at a meeting last Thursday night. Also elected were Dr. Denis P. Quittner, Seymour Weiss and Bertram C. Waller, vice presidents; Herbert S. Shapiro, secretary; Martin Rokaw, treasurer. Selected to serve on the board of directors were Alan Becker, Morris Bcrick, Abe Blatt, Daniel Cooper, Harry Cornblum, Harry Kohn, Hy Fried, Samuel Friedman, Harry Gerson, Louis Goldman, Emanuel Goldstrich, Max Rosenstein, S. A. Goodman, David Isen, Morrie Morris, Al Kreisler Bernard A. Salzberg, Jack Schaeffer, Albert Smith, Abe Solosko and George Talianoff. Following the business meeting the film "One People" was shown. ENTERTAINS BPW Four-year-old Sheila Kagen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kagen of Miami Beach, entertained with popular songs at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah last week. Sheila is a pupil at the Doranne School of Charm. DR. SAFRA ELECTED BY MIZRACHI MEN Dr. M. J. Safra is new president of the Miami Beach Men's division of Mizrachi. He was elected Saturday evening at Beth Jacob with P. Shenkman and J. Meltzer, vice presidents; Max Bertman, corresponding secretary. Also elected were Max Feit, recording secretary; M. Mischaloff, financial secretary; Dr. I. Makovsky, treasurer. Rabbi U. Felshin was named honorary president and Mr. Feit was appointed chairman of the current membership drive. PAGE NINE HIAS Banquet Feb. 9 Annual HIAS banquet, arranged by the People's Tourist committee of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid society will be held Sunday evening! Feb. 9, at the Victor hotel. 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PAGE SIX MgtlggJfenfcggg FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 AGED HOME DRIVE IS 928,000 SHORT The drive to raise funds for the Jewish Home for the Aged will continue through Jan. 13 :n an attempt to raise the remaining $28,000 of the $75,000 goal, it was announced Sunday during ceremonies which marked the dedication of the new annex to the Home at S W 12th ave and Fourth st. Several contributions to the Home have boon made as memorials, including I donated by Mrs. Fannie Land brary. Dr. Celia Wahl; dining hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gus medical 1 m Mr and Mi 1 Benjamin Appel fence Mr and Mrs Samuel (Utter: blankets Mrs. Joseph Socotoi patic and umbrellas, David "_-.-• floor covering, Mr and %  '1 Harry Horowtb Six Bundled people ItU the dedication .;•. artuch Harold Shapiro, director of th< drive, was master ot cerec Hooor of opci=s tfca Aeon to lh new building was J-.Tto Max Gr*ab*rs. tiiir=i= .-: the building OOeaaaitSM Sycny L. Wcisiraub. cii^r—1= ri th fund fete* rcld :i atatory of ih Meane, peantang .---: 1=0: Ad~ Ric*. a x:-.'* ww Ike original natrttattoc :.• •-:* Beaae 10 wh:;i i* 5*~ Pott Chora HOME FOR AGED OPENS ANNEX Barbecue, Luncheon Planned by Sisterhood A. n outdoor barbecue at the %  home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, '3722 Royal Palm ave., will be held Jan" 22, in order to promote sales for the ad journal project of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Admission will be a $25 I ad. The annual luncheon, featur; ing a famous theatrical show, will 'take place Feb. 19 at the Copa [ Cabana. Admission will be $10. Members who sell $100 or more worth of ads will be guests of the Sisterhood. Mrs, Kogan. president, an: nounces that the Sisterhood's membership has doubled this sea! son and the organization now has ; nearlv 500 members. Max Gteanharn WU cheirmexn oi the Home for the Aged b-liliir-.committee a.-.-epted the gold key to the new annex ". th Home *• dediccticn ceremonies Sunday afternoon. Sydney L Weteftaab chairman oi the Home's S75.000 building fund drira vr.zde -he presentation. Heimcm to Address Both Dcvid PTA Group Miami Y Varsity Opens Play Monday Night l .. • • %  •. .: Miami YMHA tball var; .. .. %  %  '.'. sity U. rial the -1 M r. i sieetmg JJ -. YMCA 9 pm Monday at *the d wntown YMCA according %  •v '" % %  %  %  %  -. : ...:•• Abe Cutler \ ,„_ EarUer that n ght the YMHA %  start its season DM territ ry when "* AZA r : plays the Dux at 7:30 "' "' .. -. :::-.v-.-.xr.:< :r.oet Five at 3:30 p.m. Set for Tuesday are y. games bet A and B teams 1 AZA .-.: 7:3C p m and between 517 and the Independents at 8:30 Dade Chapter Awaits Annual Jamboree Looking forward to the annual ; jamboree of the National Children's Cardiac Home to be held : February, members of the Dade chapter will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Beach Y. The meeting will follow a conference of the board of directors at 10:30 a.m.. according to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president. Majors of teams working on the ar.nual journal will report their progress. Labor Zionist Group Organizes Local Unit Nfewest organization in Greater Miami is Hashomer Hatzair, labor Zionist movement, which appeared upon the scene about a month ago. Heading the local Ken (chap. ter) are Tzvi Rubel, rosh ken (president); Dove Okenoff, maikir (secretary); Yaakov Miller gisbar (treasurer), and Mordecai Ziac, educational activities chairman. To date the Ken consists of men and women between trie ages of 17 and 19 years but younger groups will be formed, Rubel said. Meetings, held each Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Beach Y, include a program of religious education. The organization's platform is Aliyah. Hityashvut and Haganah —immigration, colonization and defense. Assisting the group is Raphael Sichel, madrich visiting here from Palestine. Jacobson to Exhibit Paintings at Hotel Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, will exhibit several of his paintings at an art exhibit to be held at Walter Jacobs' Lard Tarleton hotel Jan. 16 to 26. Jacobson was among the artists whose work appeared at the recent Miami Open-Air exhibit in Bayfront park. ADDRESSES ZIONISTS Fraternity to Honor University Grid Stars A •: K lg ': ill-opp r.ents' • .: linemen : vi sity t Miami footEpsil n P; frater-v ns • a Sp tlight on' -' r : :-.:.;rting. Jan. 11. ) :ited .; th< fraternity th V; intramural mtest ling to Irand Hal L:eber. co! Recogmaed for the had done x >; -. Mrs Benjamm Aypei Mrs 7 *~i-i: 7x1 2 .•;' V 1 t by the Phi Mu a ?.-.:-._-; Night club en:•. — Rose Chapter Holds Picnic, Hospital Party SEIBERLING P(G. it ^ :.-, .-,- to b SE:SZ?J.ISG. 1. See them NOW at DIXIE! PIXirTIREfJO 5?--""s.;re.i a ; at Pratt Refreshments were s R rui e ***:sted by Carol NI4MI Br^CH FT.*t VOW 1M lv EM4 TO DOB MANY PBIERDa ON THE BEACH \VE HAVE MOVED TO MIAMI BLY & DALE GARAGE Automobile Repairs 145 S. W. First Street PHONE 3-9500 <&* Daily Double Ut and 2nd Races ttofci H BUD ROAD • WIST



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1IDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 +Jewlsii ncrldlnn PAGE ELEVEN AAe>ctaAy, a$ SAeateA Miami ave. ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington fami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m. Dr. William G. Niederland. professor of psychology at the University of Tampa, will lecture on the theme "The American Jew Psychoanalyzed." Cantor Feder will lead the communal singing. Sabbath morning service for adults, 8:30 s.m. Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10 a m. Bible study, 4 p.m. Mmcha, 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos at which IRabbi Mescheloff will speak on the weekly portion of the law. Dr. Niederland is head of the department of inter-cultural and fiuman relations at the University of Tampa. His work at the jniversity was given nationwide recognition in recent months by the New York Times and the newspaper PM. He was formerly connected with the Mt. Sinai hospital. New York, and previous to his [arrival in this country, practised and taught in Milan, Italy, for fright years. Before that, he was professor of mental hygiene at the Imerican university at Manilla. Miami Beach, Rabbi Joseph E, BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave lackorsky. Friday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. SaturJay, first minyon, 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak. Mincha, 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos at which *he Rabbi will discuss the portion of the week and conduct Shalos Sudos singing. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m. followed by a class Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. I7ih aye.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabalos Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m., jmmences new series devoted to tradition that keeps Israel living 3 a nation and a faith. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Kashruth [Laws and Their Importance to Us Living the Jewish Life." Rabbi Tnd Mrs. Grauer will be hosts to the Congregation for this evening's forum and the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services at 8:30 %  .m. The Bar Mitzva of Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard liller, will be celebrated. Mincha at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Junior congregation, directed by Abraham Gross, 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. Emaniiel Karger as hostesses. Bar Mitzva breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Sunday wth Mrs. Ochs and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg as hostesses. Ices CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami, abbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "The New Calendar Year" at serves 8:15 p.m. tonight. In honor of their 35th wedding anniversary, r. and Mrs. William Friedman will be hosts at a reception which ill follow services. Flowers for the pulpit were donated by Mr. id Mrs. Nathan Davidow in honor of the wedding anniversary f Mrs. Davidow's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel blen. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Student services. 10:30 .m. Bar-Mitzva breakfast sponsored by the P-TA, 8:45 a.m. Sunday. Ml boys and girls, 13 years of age and over, are invited to attend. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid are.. Miami Jeach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director. Late Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be udge Samuel Dickstein of the New York State Supreme Court who nil speak on the subject: "The Future of Our People." Cantor GoldJbfL will chant the service, assisted by the Center choir. On Saturday morning Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the weekly portion of the law. Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berg, and Richard •win, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richtc-i, will celebrate their Bar Mitzvas. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast Sunday morning. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. %  witman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, resident of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be uest speaker. A Sisterhood reception in honor of Rabbi and Mrs jsendrath will follow the services. Sabbath morning services, 11 %  a. Mrs. Harry Wohl, reception sponsor, will light the Sabbath indies. Assisting Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter, hospitality chairan, will be Mrs. Norton Benis, Mrs. Fred Pohl, Mrs. Meyer Wolf id Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein. SIGN OF THE TIMES Up goes the sign in front oi the 50-bed hospital at Seventh st. and Alton rd., Miami Beach, which the Mt. Sinai hospital group will open around Ian. 15. Daniel Ruskin supervises the sign switch. Reconversion of Alton Road hospital has been going on since the middle of November under the chairmanship of Ruskin and Mrs. Harry Markowitz. Some of the innovations are a nurses' dormitory, central supply room, floor offices, utility rooms, drug storage departments, dietician's office and a mess hall. Miami Lodge to Hear District Officers Julius Fisher, secretary, and Edward Rosenbloom, treasurer of the fifth district of B'nai B'rith, will be principal speakers at the installation banquet to be held by Sholem lodge in a Miami hotel. Date of the affair has been changed to Jan. 23. 7o t Ct xOGUST BROS Rv £ IS the UEST H Miami Beach. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave bt Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. !" K r w ay if eV enin services, 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr. £ A NvJ^T Pla V bb ii ement 2 8 t ^"Ple Israel, who will speak n A Non-Jewish Problem and a Jewish Answer." Saturdav morn%  g service 10:45 a.m. Richard Shapiro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard -.piro, will become Bar Mitzva. Cantor Kelemer will render the iical portions of all services. Get-acquainted brunch. 10 a.m. Sun, at Frances K. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 +Jewish ihrkUan tiklki iitith mm. .Mil mUMM i f*i PAGE FIVE Arbeiter*Ring Plans Benefit Banquet Proceeds from the banquet and concert to be held by the Vladeck Branch 699 of the Arbeiter Ring at 6:30 p.m. Sunday will go to the Yiddish school it sponsors at the Miami Y. The affair will be held in the lyceum, 25 Washington ave. The program will feature Mrs. Chana Grossberg, who formerly appeared with the Polish Group of the Warsaw theater. The organization elected Harry Rose as chairman at a recent meeting. Others elected were Charles Weintraub, financial secretary; Morris Jacobs, recording secretary; David Gross, treasurer; George Silver, hospitaler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kohn, Dan Goldhagen, Alex Aronoff, Mrs. Ann Gleberman, Mrs. Ann August, Harry Greenberg and I. Gilman were named to the executive board. CONGREGATION LEADERS AID HOSPITAL. CAMPAIGN Knights of Pythias To Install Officers Edward A. Snyder will be installed as chancellor commander of the Miami Beach Knights of Pythias, No. 170, at their Castle hall, 533 West ave., at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Also to be inducted are Murray H. Kosloff, vice chancellor; Harry Kleinman, prelate; Alfred Finkclstein, master of work; Sidney Brady, keeper of records and seal; Louis Storch, master of finance; Jack Warshell, master of exchequer; Harry Gelfanstein, master at arms; Morris Baum, inner guard; Nathan Molmouth, outer guard; Leo H. Ebstein, deputy grand chancellor; William Marger, five-year trustee. More than $40,000 was raised Sunday night at a dinner attended by 75 communal leaders interested in assuring a kosher kitchen for Mt. Sinai hospital. Nathan Ginsberg, who was to have presided, was unable to attend due to illness and Joseph Lipton (third from left) was toastmaster in his place. Seated at the speakers' table were (left to right) Rabbi Joseph E. S a ~ y Bar n e !" Me Y r Lipton. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Moses Mescfceloff. Among the congregation presidents attending the event at the Helene hotel were David Goldstein of Beth Jacob; A. M. Bear. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and Samuel Friedland. Miami Beach Jewish Center. Temple Group to Meet A regular meeting of Temple Israel's Men's club will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Kaplan hall. Louis Gillman will preside. %  r vyy y ^ AskioU. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGECo. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. ExcluT Distributors • %  • Phone 24J.41 1721 H. W. 7th Avenue •H MIAMI %  'j. %  %  %  .. %  %  %  *.* %  Pioneer Women to Mark JNF Anniversary After months of planning, Club Number One of the Pioneer Women's organization will observe the 45th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund 8 p.m. Sunday in Beth David auditorium, according to Mrs. J. Stadlin, chairman. Six persons will receive golden book certificates for their work in behalf of JNF. Miss Millie Brandt, national executive member of the Pioneer Women, will speak on their sister organization in Palestine. She will be introduced by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president of the club. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. I. Rosengarten, vice chairman of the Jewish National Fund, and the Mesdames N. Sorin, Lena Pushkin, Sara Shapoff, Sadie K. Minivitz, Mary Stepkin, Sylvia Levin, Pearl Raidman, Rae Greenberg, Elix Hinkes, Sonya Gerbert, Sonya Levitt and Feinstein. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak and the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus, under the direction of Louis Powesky, will render several selections. "Land of Hope," a technicolor movie about Palestine, will be shown. Tickets may be secured at the door. Beach AMVETS to Hear Insurance Officer Stanley H. Wasser, regional insurance officer for the Veterans Administration, will give a detailedexplanation of recent changes of national service life insurance at a meeting of the Robert Richter post, AMVETS, 8:30 p.m. Monday at 1660 Michigan ave. Plans will be made for the AMVETS-sponsored concert featuring Rubinoff and his violin. The event is scheduled for Feb.' 12 at Miami Beach Senior High school, according to Nat Pollack, commander. On the same day, Rubinoff will play for veterans at the Nautilus hospital in the morning and for students at the high school in the afternoon. 0>U£ctUU MANNING'S L SfAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGEJj THE FISH WE SERVE TO DAY &sU\ ... SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" J €HARC0AL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN m \$ FRANK HARNEY, JR., MANAGING DIRECTOR K l$£jL OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 12.00 NOON Jjg !f S29 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD u ; i-DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT' 1 Mill" *0R RESERVATIONS9 -1244 Kitchell Delightful Scys Floridian Critic Delightful is the word for Iva Kitchell, comic ballet dancer, who twirled and whirled in a recital sponsored by the Beach Y Saturday evening at the Miami Beach High school. Miss Kitchell proved to an almost capacity audience why she has suddenly become the darling of critics throughout the country. We liked best her satires on the modern dance. In "Non-Objective" and "Soul in Search," Miss Kitchell, without musical background, made hilarious fun of the cavortings of Martha Graham to ihe delight of all. Good studies in contrast were "The Gentleman Friend of the Lady in Pink and the Lady in Blue" and "The Vert BrothersIntro and Extro"—in which Miss Kitchell did a complete aboutface of mood and gesture. In the Vert Brothers especially she showed excellence in interpreting different personalities by different body movements. With the slightest twist of her chin, Kitchell got her point across. The dancer's artistry in acting could not be overlooked. Besides her dancing talent, Miss Kitchell displayed poise and sagacity in the facial expressions she used to complement the moods of her dances. Credit must also go to Harvey Brown, her accompanist, for the completely enjoyable evening, the second in the Community Concert Series.—reg. 1,400 School Children Attend Chanukah Event Over 1,400 children and more than 100 adults attended the Inter-School Chanukah celebration sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education at the Beach theatre Dec. 24. Winners in the quiz contest were Carol Washer of Beth David, Wayne Tobin of Temple Israel and Bert Goldstrich of Temple Beth Sholom, all of whom averaged 100 per cent. Alan Altshuler of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Larry Grand of Miami Beach Jewish Center were runners-up, averaging over 95 per cent each. Other prize winners, who received books, were Barry Geltner, Kenneth Kaplan, Cuna Cohen, Bruce Julien, Sheldon Kenzer, Dina Mackowsky, Marilyn Kastow, Fred Blumenthal, Joseph Rosenthal, Samuel' Smith, Pepi Granat, and Louis Meyer. Several hundred gifts for children overseas were brought by students of the various schools. They will be securely wrapped and sent to European children. Elementary Hebrew classes for adults will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at ihe Miami Beach Jewish Center under the auspices of the Young People's league. David Freedman will instruct the class. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GLENMONT RADIO oc APPLIANCE CO. (not inc.), in the City of Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. IRVING .1. I'LASKOFF EDWARD H. LEVIN. Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MURRAY .MEG. & DISTRIBUTING (*i. (not inc.), at 2S29 S. W. Bird Road, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY GOTTLIEB, Sole Owner. AMOS BENJAMIN. Attorney for Murray Gottlieb. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under Ihe fictitious name of TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. REBA BALSAM, 12/2(1-27 1/3-10-17 Sole Owner. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROSE SUNDRIES, al I s. w. 2nd Ave.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK SAMET ROSE H. SAMET 1/3-10-17-24-31 FA5TREUEF *1L*<. MEETING CALLED First meeting of 1947 for the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will be held at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Miami Y, 1567 S. W. Fifth •t. Always fcsae; s food iupply ef Alka-Seltser on hand because you never know what time of day or night you may need the relief It offera. Alka-Seltxer la pleasant to tha taste—easy to take. Aak your druggist for Alka-Seltser today. Remember, when your tableta get down to four — that's tha time to bey LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SANITARY GROCERY & DELICATESSEN, at 1410 S. W. 6th Street, Miami, Ha., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MORRIS CENZAR, MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN?""i/3 A io 0 -n^-3 f ." r App,,cant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Bt! ^ s .?. u 5, < !?£ the fictitious name of S t iv&. RAINnOVV KOSHER P.ESTAU AN ?' £' 655 c <>"lns Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE KOSHER RESTAURANT. INC.. e.w !" .I? orlda Corporation RAM SHEMISH, Pres. MILTO^FRIEDMAN !" ^ SeC 12/ A 6 t 13 r n 2727 f0 r /3 APP CantS Alka-Seltzet NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ,, u ."!. n e t?.. undcr ,b t p "ctitlous name of KENDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144 s. w. Eighth Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „r !" „ H P NRY H PENCHANSKY MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant. 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 ..NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In RnvA, 88 ,V,'! d x e r ,.. th ?, "ctltious name of ROYAL POINCIANA RESTAURANT 8U5S. S. W 27th AvenueTMtam't: itt.rt"'^ to register said name with the Olerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUDOLF BEGEEST .,.„~ MARTHA BEGEEST AMOS BENJAMIN. *="="" %  Attorney for Rudolf & Martha Begeest, ..?25 P'ympla Bldg., Miami 32. 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A |Vv J ^r A H I £ ROPEKT1KS '" the City of Miami, Florida, intend to regJff th„ th r?i 8a .? ame w 'th 'he Clerk Florid Court of Dade County, ANN MEYERS WEINSTEIN ANNA BRENNER MEYERS 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in orvS^oSSSSU? 16 "ctltious name of TVH Y ; SKC OND STREET PROPERTIES., in the City of Miami, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JERRY WEINSTEIN BENJAMIN MEYERS ROBERT BRENNER .... HERMAN H. BRENNER 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300 S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ. ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of H & H BATTERIES, at 4601 N. W. 22nd Ave., Dade County. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD B. COHEN HAROLD O. VanDAM ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants. 12/13-20-27 1/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of CRAVIS RESTAURANT, at 1624-26 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Olerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS CRAVIS. ETHEL CRAVIS. Co-Owners. SAMUEL RUBIN. Attorney for Applicants. 12/6-13-20-27 1/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SCHAFFERS PLUMBING CO.. Not Inc.. at 821 S. W. 18th Ave.. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL M. SCHAFFER, Sole Owner. MILTON 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 10182 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that M. Harkins, holder of Oounty Tax Certificate No. 708 Issued the 6th day of June, A.D. 1944, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: Wyi Section 8, Township 53 South, Range 3r> East containing 320 acres more or less ln the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was ln the name of Chas. B. Ermentrout. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of February. 1947. which Is the 3rd day of February. 1947. Dated this 19th day of December, 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. By N. C. STERRETT, D.C. 12/20-27 1/8-10



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VOLUME 20—NUMBER 1 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS MILLION DOLLAR CJA DRIVE SET FOR MARCH David Ben Gurion Heads World Zionist Executive BASLE, (JTA)—The Zionist Actions Committee this week elected a new executive of the World Zionist Organization, after' defeating a proposal by the Palestine Labor Party that Dr. Weizmann be named president. No presidentwas elected. The vote climaxed fifteen days of deliberations by the Zionist Congress and a five-day meeting of the Actions Committee. It represented a compromise between the Palestine Laborites and the American General Zionists, which emerged as the two dominant groups in the world Zionist movement. David Ben Gurion was named chairman of the executive, -*.vith Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Mizrachi leader, and Dr. Isaac HOSPITAL DRIVE S [ Mt. Sinai hospital campaign workers started the New Year by obtaining $58,575 in two days to bring the campaign total to $1,070,077, according to Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the proposed 200-bed institution. A dinner meeting and starstudded show at the Latin Quarter Monday evening. Jan. 13, will be the initial fund-raising affair of the visitors and non-residents division of which Leonard Wien is chairman. A special unit of 40 physicians will aid the $2,500,000 campaign with a "bring a guest to brunch" meeting at the White House hotel Sunday. At a brunch at the White House Sunday, attended by members of the initial gifts division, an additional $61,000 was realized and a dinner that night at the Helene* hotel brought in $40,000. Congregational leaders attended the latter event. Special gifts turned in Wednesday totalled $40,632. Under way less than three weeks, the campaign was accelerated this week in an effort to achieve the goal by April 1— 15 days ahead of schedule. IV CEREMONIES 10 HONOR HERO Presentation of a posthumous Naval award will be made by Capt. M. F. Leslie, commanding officer of the U. S. Naval Reserve Training unit, during ceremonies at which the Freda Markowitz post of the Jewish War Veterans will officially become the Norman Bruce Brown post number 174. The dedication, to be held Monday, Jan. 13, will mark the first time in JWV history that a father commands a post named after his son. Nat Brown, new commander of the post and father of the war hero for whom the post will be named, will accept the gold star and permanent citation which is being awarded in lieu of a second Air Medal for his son. Young Brown was killed in a plane collision during a bombing attack over Katona, Okinawa. Gruenbaum, General Zionist, as vice-chairmen, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will head the section of the executive in Washington. There will be a four-man executive in London, probably without a chairman. The decision as to when and if the Zionists should participate in the London Conference on Palestine was delegated to a special 15-man political committee which will have authority to define the Zionist attitude towards the London talks. A praesidium of the Actions Committee was elected and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise was named "Senior Member" in lieu of a president. David Remez, Palestine labor leader, had proposed that Dr. Wise be named president of the praesidium, but his proposal was not voted upon. The new executive will be composed of 19 members, eight of whom are General Zionists, seven Poale Zionists, four Mizrachi and a deputy member M. R. Kolodni, who is also a General Zionist, but who will have a vote only on immigration matters. They will be assigned to the Jerusalem, Washington and London executives on the following basis: Jerusalem—Ben Gurion, Rabbi Fishman, Dr. Gruenbaum, Goldie Meirson, Eliahu Dobkin, Eliezer Kaplan, Moshe Sneh, Moshe Shapiro and Fritz Bernstein of the Aliya Hadasha. Washington—Dr. Silver, Emanuel Neumann, Rose Halpcrin, H a y i m Greenberg, Moshe Shertok and Rabbi Wolf Gold. London—Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Prof. Selig Brodetsky Berl Locker and S. Z. Shragai. At least two-thirds of the members of the new executive are be(CONTINUED ON PAOE 3) JERUSALEM (JTA)—One British officer and three non-commissioned officers were this week flogged by members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi in retaliation for the judicial whipping of 16-year-old Benjamin Kimchin, wno was given 18 lashes as part of a sentence following his conviction of participating in a bank robbery in Jaffa. The floggings took place near Nathanya, Tel Aviv and Rishon el Siyon, near Tel Aviv. All British troops were immediately restricted to barracks during offduty hours. One Jew was seriously injured and three others beaten and captured when they attempted to crash through a road block about four miles from Tel Aviv, several hours after the whippings. In the cab in which they attempted to speed through the patrol, several whips, guns and ammunition were found. The officer, a Major Brett of the Sixth Airborne Division, was kidnapped from the lobby of the Metropolis hotel in Nathanya by ten armed men. He had been sitting with his wife and a number of unarmed officers. He was taken to a deserted shack several miles outside the city and given 18 lashes and told that other British officers would suffer the same punishment. Afterwards he was released and walked back to his hotel in his underwear. Two of the sergeants were halted by armed men in Tel Aviv and taken to the Zoological gardens in the city where they were tied to trees and whipped publicly. At Rishon el Siyon, where the last sergeant was flogged, the number of strokes he received was also 18. In posters which appeared on walls through Tel Aviv, the Irgun announced that it would continue its fight against British forces in Palestine. "There is no 'cease fire' in the struggle for the freedom of the nation," the posters said. Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign for 1947 will get under way officially following the South Florida state conference of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced yesterday. The campaign, which will extend from March 2 to 12, will be for a goal of approximately $1,310,000 to support nine local and 45 national and overseas agencies. Pre-campaign activity will start next week. Although the 1947 goal far outspans last year's $783,000 guota, the number of beneficiary agencies has been reduced from 70 to 54. The major increase consists of a $900,000 allocation to the United Jewish Appeal which last year received $517,500 of the $830,000 total raised. MOST OF REPORT ACCEPTED Approval of the UJA and other allocations was made by the Federation board of directors last Thursday night when the budget committee, under the chairmanship of Herbert E. Scher, submitted its recommendations. The committee's report was accepted, in the main, by the directorate. However, the UJA guota was raised from $600,00C after stirring appeals by Stanley C. Myers, UJA Field Director Sholum Sontup and Leon Retter, secretary general of the Central Committee of Liberated _J ews Also raised was the amount for the Joint Defense Appeal which asked for an increase from $,500 to $13,500 which was granted after much discussion. Other organizations which sought additional grants were the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth whose appropriation was reduced $6,480, and the Pioneer Women's Organization, the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor committee. These four were refused increases. Two organizations are new on the list of local agencies included in the budget. They are the Baron de Hirsch Loan fund which will receive a $3,000 reserve grant and the Mt. Sinai hospital, which is slated for a $15,000 reserve. Stanley C. Myers, national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare funds, will head the Combined Jewish Appeal this year. Outstanding in the fund-raising field for many years, he has in the past been chairman of the Dade County Community Chest and Federation campaigns. Formerly conducted independent of other campaigns, the Combined Jewish Appeal tnis year is being coordinated with the Mt. Sinai hospital drive under the overall chairmanship of Wm. D. Singer, who was the 1946 CJA chairman. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the hospital trustees, is chairman of the hospital drive. A complete list of the Federation-approved allocations follows: A. LOCAL SERVICES: Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund (reserve) $ 3,000 Bureau of Jewish Education 17,930 Greater Miami Jewish Federation 22,085 State Parley To Air UJA Needs ARAB LEADER ASSASSINATED JERUSALEM (JTA)—With the assassination in Haifa by Arab terrorists of Sheikh Mohammed Zemati, the number of Arabs killed in the past month for selling land to Jews rose to four. Originally scheduled for Jan. 19, the South Florida state conference of the $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal will be held Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Latin Quarter, it was revealed yesterday. The need for immediate largescale assistance to Europe's 1,500,000 homeless Jews whose plight has worsened in recent months as a result of the bogging down of intergovernmental relief machinery will be studied by more than 400 Jewish community leaders expected to attend. Against a background of increasing needs and decreasing intergovernmental "assist ance, Florida's Jewish leaders will consider steps to provide through the United Jewish Appeal for overseas relief and rehabilitation, for the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine to facilitate the maximum absorption of Europe's homeless Jews, and for refugee aid to Jewish immigrants reaching the United States. The conference will precede the official launching in Jewish communities throughout the state of local campaigns on behalf of the $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal which makes-available the funds for the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans, the three agencies conducting worldwide programs for the restoration and reconstruction of Jewish life everywhere. Among the many prominent national and international figures who will address the all-day conference will be Leon Retter, secretary general of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews of Germany, representing the 180,000 Jewish DP's in the American zone of occupation of Germany, ((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. B. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. C. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. D. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. I 5 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth 2.000 Jewish Home for Aged (reserve) 20.000 Mt. Sinai Hospital, Inc. : (reserve) 15.000 National Council of Jewish Women 3.000 Y. M. H. A. of Miami 21.080 Y. M. H. A. of Miami Beach 26,094 OVERSEAS RELIEF and RECONSTRUCTION: American Birobian Committee 1,000 American Committee for Relief of Yemenite Jews 50 American Friends of the Hebrew University 2,000 American Fund for Palestinian Institutions .... 2,000 American Ort Federation 4,000 Ezras Torah 100 Federated Council of Palestine Institutions 3,000 Hadassah (reserve) 13,800 Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society 2,500 Jewish Telegraphic Agency 500 National Labor Committee for Palestine 6,000 Pioneer Women's Organization 3.000 United Jewish Appeal 900.000 CIVIC PROTECTIVE: American Jewish Conference 700 American Jewish Congress 2,500 Conference on Jewish Relations 50 Jewish Labor Committee 1.250 Joint Defense Appeal 13,500 EDUCATIONAL and CULTURAL: American Biblical Encyclopedia Society 50 American Jewish Historical Society 50 B'nai B'rith Wider Scope Committee 5,000 Dropsie College 150 Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science 50 Hebrew Theological College of Chicago 200 Hebrew Union College 200 Histadruth Ivrith 75 Jewish Information Bureau 50 Jewish Institute of Religion 500 Jewish Teachers Seminary 50 Jewish Theological Seminary of America 750 National Council Beth Jacob Schools 100 National Farm School 150 Ner Israel Rabbinical College 75 Rabbi-Israel Maer Hacohen Rabbinical Seminary 50 Rabbinical College of Telshe 50 Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin 50 Yeshiva University 900 Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifra 300 Yiddish Scientific Institute 250 (Continued on Page 4)



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)AY, JANUARY 3. 1947 Jmlsli fhrtdliagi PAGE THIRTEEN ... At the turn of the year, it was announced that the Mt. Sinai Hospital Building Fund Campaign had passed the million dollar mark, with pledges reported totalling $1,011,522. — news item LATIONS are in order P d Trustees of Mt. SINAI HOSPITAL for their vision and courage in launching the campaign. iami Jewish Federation for having given efficient direction and management to the campaign. d Campaign Workers and Officers for their tireless expenditure of money, time and effort in behalf of the campaign. the Initial Gift and Special Gift Division I for already having raised the greatest sum of money ever previously raised by any | voluntary agency in Greater Miami. ers of Miami Beach for cooperating in such grand fashion. icians of Greater Miami without whose advice and analysis of Greater Miami's hospital problem the drive might never have been started. aders who have proved a dynamic force in rallying the people to Mt. Sinai's support. el Radio for their efforts in pushing" the drive with publicity in news columns and on the air. Winter Residents or continued support of local institutions. nwmunity or whom Mt. Sinai will soon become a reality. i raise the $1,500,000 Necessary for VICTORY! LE COOPERATION OF Miami RENUART LUMBER YARDS, INC. 226 Alhambra Circle Coral Gables Phone 4-2511 GENERAL BUILDING CO. 1006 Fifth Street Miami Beach FRED ARNOLD and IRVING EISENSTAT SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 201 S. E. First Avenue Miami Phone 3-6683



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PAGE TEN JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE TO PRESENT ACTOR AND DANGER On Sundav. Jan. 12, the J Cultural committee will present Zvee Scooler of the Yiddish Art theater in a program of original portrayals and improvisations of human and humorous situations in life ir. Yiddish ar.d English Sharing the program at t: ami Beach High school will be Benjamin Zemach, internationally famous dancer and choreograph-, r. Scooler is kn wn I Yi theater audiences a? one oi the outstanding artists I the Yiddish Art T:i< atei During with this world-fan ..s orgar.izFratority Announces Forums on Marriage A series of four forums on marriage is being arranged by the Temple Beth Sholom Fratonty TSLation of young adults with • '-e first lecture scheduled foi 8:15 pm. Tuesday at the Tem^ Rabbi Leon Kronish will open the series with a discussion of the religious basis of marriage. On subsequent Tuesday evenings les CVhen, executive director „f the Jewish Social Service bureau, will speak on the sociological basis of marriage on Jan. 14 and Dr. Herman Selinsky, Miami Beach psychiatrist, will duscuss the psychological basis for gi or. Jan. 21. The forums will conclude with a panel discussion Jan. 28 in which Rabbi Kronish, Mr. Cohen and Dr. Selinsky will participate with a representative of the Fratority. An open forum will follow each ..The scries will be open to ers and their invited guests. I cards may be secured from the Temple office. FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1947 ZVEE SCCOLIP. ation h, .1 : %  •". "Th Dybuk," Rags V • K "Brothers A "Three Cities.' "Sal tior nd many other plays. H several I ..-.ions such, as "She '.. %  '. N t' I Theatei G tion of '"Races." "We A Edward G. R ins Ath< WEVD Gram-Meister he has written his own materi il series of weekly broadcasts over a period of five years. Zemach was for nine years with the Moscow Habirr.a Theater, founded : BENJAMIN ZEMACH He tot I Europe and the Unit States as act %  • • %  :••: tudi l tl %  Dah: ze institute in at •-..•. Tchernetzkaia Dance school undei va and 1 Im[ Ballet. H li Los Ai Ifor 1 r.ity ; and has • for 1 H Uj an I tion pic: Mr. Zemi I 1 u west ast .. ith .. iai ; an the choreograph*. ments and dances for the I • production of "The E: I" for the .'. Theater and for "Pins and Net Tick • liable at the M ami YM & YWHA, I YM & WHA and the Bureau of Jewish. E : t :.. Home for Aged Adds 17 Members to Board Seventeen men were added to the board of directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged at the annual general membership meeting last Thursday evening. Daniel M. Broad, nominations committee chairman, presented the names of the following who were accepted unanimously. They are Max Lieber. David Liel man, I. M. Liberman of Jacksonville. Dr. Lester Stepner. Sydney L. Weintraub. Morris E. Rubin. Joseph Socoloff. Gus Trau. H. Levitt. I. Peckerman, Harry I.' vine. Oscar Mamber. Harry witz, Philip Weinberg. Moris Wolf. J. Chaves and Harold Shapiro. The board will elect its officers in the near future. Miami Hadassah Slates New Discussion Series A series of discussion groups on Hadassah projects will be inaugurated at 2 p.m. Thursday at Beth David congregation by the Miami group of Hadassah, according to Mrs. Joseph Carp, president. First of the series will be on the subject of Youth Aliyah and will be led by Mrs. Joel Belov, projcts chairman, and Mrs. Moe Feingold chairman of Youth Aliyah. Mrs. Belov attended Temple university in Philadelphia, Pa., and is a graduate of the teachers' course of Grats college in that city. She has taught Sunday school at Temple Israel for the past eight years and conducts the citizenship classes sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women in Miami. Each session of the series will last on e hour and will include an open forum. The series is open to the public at no charge. No solicitation of funds will be made. The Jewish National Fund will be the subject of the February discussion. Arrangements for the series have been madeby the educational committee consisting of Mrs. Benjamin Levitin, chairman, and Mrs. Murray Grauer, Mrs. M. Pace, Mrs. J. Schieff, Miss Elsa Temple and Mrs. Harold Van Dam. People desiring to attend any of the monthly series may receive notice of the time and place by communicating with Mrs. Levitin at 1428 S.W. 20th st. SILVER TO OUTLINE 1947 LODGE PROGRAM Sam Silver, new president of Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith. will outline the organization's program for 194? at the weekly luncheon. 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown club restaurant. Sevbold bldg. Slated to speak next week is Rabbi Amram Prero, national dir of boys' work for B'nai B'rith. He will be introduced bv Rabbi Albert M local Hillel foundation director. Rabbi Prero to Speak At Beach Lodge Event Rabbi Amram Prero, national director of boys' work for B'nai B'rith will address the membership of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge Tuesday evening. The meeting will be opened at 8:15 p.m. in the National hotel, 1677 Collins ave. Rabbi Prero is visiting here from Washington, D. C. B'nai B'rith pamphlets on counselling and vocational information are to be used by the local veterans administration office, according to Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of Sholem lodge. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FINE FUNERAL SERVICE 5-7777 Three Poets to Speak At Winter Institute Featured in the second division of the University of Miami's 14th annual Winter Institute of Literature will be three well-known men of letters. The institute, entitled "Poetry Today," W JU ^ offered Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 7, 8 and 9, in the University theatre. Virgil Barker, director of the institute, has announced that each of the speakers will gi ve an afternoon lecture at 4:30 and an evening lecture at 8:30. p au i Engle will speak on Jan. 7, Ralph Boggs on Jan. 8 and Edward Davison on Jan. 9. Engle, poet and professor at the University of Iowa, will discuss "Poetry and People" and "Poetry Now." Boggs has chosen "Anglo-American Balladry and Poets" and "Hispanic-American Balladry and Poets" as his topic. Subjects for Edward Davison's lectures will be "The Poet in Any World" and "Poetry in Limbo." All three speakers have previously appeared in programs offered by the institute which was founded in 1932 by Dr. Orton Lowe. EXCLUSIVE MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVES e! th. nation-wida CAA-Approred AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE with nun* and doctor lerrice U ncUd. j) 9UM7W1 *S* ipv *?* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. 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)AY. JANUARY 3. 1947 jraham Halperins kve At Miami Beach %  Making Miami Beach their irmanent home are Mr. and Mrs. fbraham Halperin who were arried Dec. 22 in Rabbi Irving ehrman's home. The bride is jie former Miss Margy Semenow, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul D. emenow, Pittsburgh, Pa., and be bridegroom is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Israel Halperin, Brookyn, N. Y. A dinner at the jfrossinger-Pancoast hotel followd the ceremony. The bride was attended by her jstor, Dr. Ruth Semenow, and ileyer Halperin served as best nan. Out-of-town guests were Dr. .nd Mrs. Gilbert Robbin and 1 aughter, Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Abe felker and Mr. and Mrs. M. lalperin. Mrs. Halperin is a graduate of Jhlo university, where she majored in art. She took graduate irork at the University of Pennylvania and received her registry i. occupational therapy there. Mr. Halperin received his de,ree in chemical engineering at jrooklyn Polytechnic and his bachelor of law degree at Brookyn Law school. Florence Hildebrandt Gets Membership Award Miss Florence Hildebrandt was named "Miss Membership of 1946 and 1947" at the Cinderella ball Saturday evening in the Wofford hotel. The ball was held by Junior Hadassah as a climax to their membership drive. Miss Hildebrandt was awarded a cup given by Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, senior advisor, for obtaining the most new members. Others who received prizes were the Misses Marilyn Socoloff, Selma Lewis, Shirley Pardo and Lucille Yagoda. These girls, along with the Misses Hilda Schwartz, Rosalynn Drosd and Doris Shapiro, were awarded certificates of election to the National Membership Honor society. The organization, of which Miss Natalie Frankel is president, now has 127 members. National AJC Officer Addresses,Local Groups Mrs. Thomas Brusk of New York, national vice president of the Women's division of American Jewish Congress, met with members of the Miami Beach AJC executive board yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin, 849 Lenox ave. Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Beach chapter, reported that over $3,000 was realized at the dinner-dance held Dec. 22 at the Latin Quarter. She also told the gathering that the Beach group expects to reach a membership of 750 this month. Last April, 430 members were enrolled. Guests at the meeting were members of the Miami chapter's executive board. Mrs. Brusk is vacationing at the Robert Richter hotel. MJGUST BROS R>7 Is tl>i /If S I Style Show to Feature Personal Calendars Featuring the fashions of Margaret Newman, the annual fashion show and luncheon will be sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women of Miami Beach Feb. 14 at the Beachcomber. Special BIRTHDAY CALENDARS with anniversary dates of members will be distributed at the affair. Mrs. L. Goodman, 1011 Euclid ave., is in charge of listing members' birthdays. Mrs. Anna Kauffman, chairman of ways and means, is in charge of arrangements. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Julie Rosenberg at the James hotel, Miami Beach. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Eitata Sarvlc* SOB Lincoln Rd. Ph.! o-686i BUY SAVINGS BONDS1 BUY THEM NOW1 Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT liss Gerstein Engaged L'o Dental Student Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Morris [J. Gerstein, 2321 S. W. 21st St., [will be interested in the engagement of their daughter, Marjorie, [to Jack H. Rosner. Mr. Rosner is [the son of Mr. and Mrs. William [Rosner, Lake City. Miss Gerstein attended the University of Missouri and is now | a sophomore at the University of ; Miami where she is majoring in psychology. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Her fiance was graduated from schools in Lake City and attended the University of Florida for two years. He studied at the University of Miami under the V-12 training program and is now a dental student at Northwestern university school of dentistry from which he will be graduated in June as a junior grade lieutenant in the naval reserve. He is president of Alpha Omega dental fraternity and a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. The couple has not yet set a wedding date. Miss Block Says Vows In Synagogue Wedding Miss Eunice Block, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wahl, 655 Euclid ave., became the bride of GeraldBrass Dec. 21 at Beth Jacob synagogue. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Brass, Miami. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Louis Feder officiated. Miss Ruth Greiff, the bride's aunt,' was maid of honor and Leon Brass, the bridegroom's brother, served as best man. A reception and dinner in the Beth Jacob community building followed the ceremony. Mr. Louis Greiff, the bride's grandfather, arrived from New York to attend the wedding. PROSPECTIVE NURSES TO INSPECT HOSPITAL Student nurse applicants, their mothers and friends will have an opportunity to tour and inspect facilities of Jackson Memorial hospital and its nurse training school Saturday, Jan. 11, when hospital officials and faculty members will play host at an open house occasion between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. According to Miss Geneva Simmons, director of student nurse activities at the school, invitations have already gone to 20 applicants. However, a general invitation is extended to all persons interested in nursing. Purpose of the tour is to familiarize members of the incoming class, their families, friends and others with the educational facilities of the school. In addition, faculty members will be on hand to greet all and to answer inquiries. M 1 •.,,.-•-'• %  :m> j, ***' ca cer| tiJ]| iJNtW. 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I" PAGE TWO Personally Speaking One of the most outstandingI who were also delegates. The events of the season was the Goodmans amved in New York reception which Mr. and Mrs., Wednesday .. Wm D Singer gave Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nat Silver and afternoon in honor of their newdaughter, Faye loan, of Greenslywedded son and doughter-inboro, N.C., will return to their law Mr and Mrs. Lawrence E. home today after spending ten Singer. More than 400 friends days at Miami Beach. Mr. Silattended the reception at the V er is a brother of Mrs. Ethel Roney Plaza to congratulate the Shochet Mrs. Shochet s young couple who are honeygrandson, J. Louis Binder, unmooning here. derwent a tonsUlectomy at VicPartying was the thing all toria hospital Monday morning, this week. Miss Nat Frankel ^j so on the sick list is Mrs. and Miss Florence Stein were j ean Seitlin, 2621 Lincoln ave., hostesses at en eggnog party w h 0 is home from St. Francis at Miss Frankel's home Saturhospital, convalescing from inday evening prior to the Junior, j^gg received during a recent Hadassah Cinderalla Ball at autc mo bile accident Ill for the Wofford Two hundred th e past three weeks, Mrs. E. guests attended the New Year's Albert Pallot, 3117 N. E. Seventh eve party at the Harold Spaet ave j S now m Jackson Memohome Coral Gables Wornyjal hospital with pneumonia, en's club was the scene of the Jimmy Gordon, son of Mr. party which Mr. and Mrs. Sam an d Mrs. Harry Gordon, 834 S. Silver, 235 Scntillane ave., gave w. 10th ave., entered Jackson Saturday evening. Honor guests Wednesday to undergo t w o were Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Cor-, operations er, Herman Neuman, Lit man. Miss Adele Hockman rendered several selections, accompanied by Herman Fried and his orchestra. A reception, dinner and dancing followed the cererr.onv Cantor Kelerr.er officiates in the lighting of Char.ukah candles and led the guests in the singing of Chanukah songs. Out of town guests who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs Herman Neuman and daughM .::. n and Helene, Miss Vivian Polsky. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherman and Acraharr. Sherman. The bride, a graduate of^ the Fashion Academy in New York, enblum and Mr. and M Alvm l-j^ here Sunday wi „ be ^£%J*g%£ *Z Corenblum, Mrs Silver s rela^ and ^ Max p olsky oti^r 2 .50 served as best man. The newly weds attended schools in South Carolina. Mr. Sonenshine was recently discharged < %  from the Coast Guard in which he served three years. Max Kahn Monday Miss Marcella Joan Shechter will become Mrs. Max Lewis Kahn in a ceremony at 7 p.m. Monday at the Alcazar hotel. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Shechter. 727 Jefferson ave., and the prospective bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Rave Kahn of Philadelphia. Pa. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will officiate. Out-of-town guests expected to attend the wedding are the bridegroom's mother; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kahn. and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Friedman of Scarsdale, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Topper and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen of Akron. Ohio. A reception and dinner will follow the ceremony. After an extended honeymoon in Cuba, the couple will leave for Spa.-tanburg, S. C, where they will reside. The bride-elect is secretary of the Miami Beach Apartment association. She is a graduate of Roosevelt High school in Washington where her family resided before coming to Miami Beach. Mr. Furman served overseas with the Navy and is now associated with his father's men's sportwear store on Washington ave. The engaged couple plan to make Miami Beach their permanent home. BRIDE-ELECT HONORED Relatives and friends were guests at a reception Sunday evening in honor of the betrothal of Petite little brow-flatterers in the most becoming colors' Bumpers, half-hats, templets ... to nestle closely on your head with any type of hair-do! White, rose, yellow, aqua, green; soft, light gray tones many with veils and flowers of the same felt to match. MIAMI STORE. BUDGET HAT.-', Fv.LI'.TH FLOOR Coral Gables Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, 2120 S. W. 21st st., are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz and Miss Barbara Schwartz, Mrs. Weinkle's parents and sister, from Charlotte, N.C. Also with them is Marshall Kline of Atlanta, Ga., I Miss Schwartz' fiance Harry Wilen, Republican assemblyman-elect o f Owens county, New York, is at the Surrey hotel resting up for the 1947 session in Albany. Mrs. Wilen and their daughters, Meryl and Joan, accompanied him Vationers from Flushing, L.I., are ((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) TO DISCUSS OPERA "The Story of Puccini and La Boheme" will be told by Edward Clarke of the University of Miami at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St., tomorrow afternoon. Tuesday evening Charles H. Miss Henrietta Tavlor to Harold Lee will lecture on the stars. Cn Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. SamThursday evening, the forum will uc-1 Jacobs, 1605 Pennsylvania } in ., th£ "Town Meeting of the ave. The bride-elect is the AH with a roundtable discussion daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris at the end of the broadcast. Taylor of Miami Beach and Brvn Cha:m Reuben Rose is chairMawr. Pa. The affair was ^nofthe forum. a t Temple Beth Sholom. Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN nncpLn 55 LMCOLHROAD MIAMI itACH youjM LAST FtAGUH AT ],d OPEN 10 45 A./ QJPITOI Al THREE THEATRES held! r SCHAFFEITS Plumbing Co. For Prompt Service PHONE 9-1655 CONTRACTING INSTALLATION and REPAIRS 821 S. W. 18th Ave. JACOB GORDIN'S IMMORTAL DRAMA THE JEWISH MOTION PICTURE CLASSIC "THE YIDDISH KIXG LEAR" with a SUPERB CAST OF YIDDISH ARTISTS OF THE STAGE Directed by Harry Thomaahefsky English Titles Also "THE DREAM OF MY PEOPLE" A FILM OF PALESTINE WITH THE LATE BELOVED CANTOR JOSEPH ROSENBLATT ON HIS PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOMELAND At the PLAZA THEATRE 8. End of Wsshington Ave., Miami Bsach TUES. & WED. JANUARY 7th and 8th The song-filled story of America's Greatest Entertainer! "The JOLSON STORY" In Technicolor with LARRY PARKS EVELYN KEYES WULI'M DEMAREST ;



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 Jew!si) fkrId/an PAGE THREE BJE To Aid Chorus With Funds, Planning Affiliation of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus with the Bureau of Jewish Education is announced this week by Louis Heiman, BJE president. The chorus will receive financial assistance from the Bureau during the calendar year 1947 and assistance in the planning and development of its program to bring Jewish music to the community. Meetings of the chorus are held on Tuesday evenings at the Beth David in Miami and Thursdays at Beth Jacob on the Beach. Organizations interested in engaging the chorus may call the Bureau of Jewish Education. AJC Journal Workers Attend Cocktail Party Mrs. Emanuel Baskind is inviting members of the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress to attend a cocktail party at the home of Mrs. Louis Glasser, 3168 Prairie ave., 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Admission will be an ad for the organization's annual journal. Members who earn $100 in ads will be invited to the March 2 luncheon honoring Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, presidents of the men's and women's divisions of AJC. Mrs. Baskind is vice president of the Beach AJC and chairman of the year book luncheon committee. Three Men in Rqce For Miami Y Office Abe Goldman, Leon Kaplan and E. Albert Pallot will vie for the presidency of the Miami Y at elections to be held at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y, will present hU annual report during the meeting. *; _JS" Dance at Copa Sunday To Aid Medical Program When local Hadassah member* attend their annual dinner-dance Sunday evening at the Copa Cabana club, they will be aiding the Hadassah medical organization which provides medical care for refugees now in Palestine and those who will enter the country. Reservations for the affair are still being taken by Mrs. Joseph Lipton. 651 47th St., Miami Beach. New Sisterhood Plans Meeting for Wednesday Newly-organized Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah congregation will hold an open membership meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the synagogue, 935 Euclid ave. Temporary officers of the organization are Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg, president; Mrs. Lustig, secretary, and Mrs. Levitt, treasurer. The public is invited to the meeting. Refreshments will be served by a committee under the chairmanship of Mrs. S. Jacobson. Sorority To Hold Benefit Theatre Party Benefit theatre party plans will be made by the Delta Phi Epsilon alumnae association at a meeting Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs, Nathan Strauss, 1441 S. W. Fifth st. Hostesses with Mrs. Strauss will be Mrs. George Cohen and Mrs. Robert Levin. The association alternates its monthly meetings between Miami and Miami Beach for the convenience of members. Women affiliated with any of the sorority's chapters in Canada or the United States may attend Tuesday evening's meeting. COLONIAL • Borah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals With JOHN PULEO MIRIAM LAVALLE KENT EDWARDS BETTY HEATHER RAY MALONE BEATRICE KRAFT DANCERS HARRY COOL & HIS ORCHESTRA DACITA & HER RUMBA ORCHESTRA 28 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS Produced by George Wood Staged by Lew Kesler Music and Lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest DINNER Presentations 9 and 12:30 SUPPER New Lodge President Walter C. Kovner, Miami Beach attorney, will be installed as president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge at a banquet Jan. 26 at the Latin Quarter. In charge of arrangements for the affair is Arthur Frishman. Three From Miami Area To Attend JDA Parley Greater Miami will be represented by three men at the first national conference of the Joint Defense Appeal in St. Louis from Jan. 4 to 6, called to evaluate anti-Semitism in the United States. They are Walter C. Kovner, president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge; Harold Turk and Abe Aronovitz. JDA is the fund-raising agency for the American Jewish committee and the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith, the two major defense agencies. An allocation of $13,500 for JDA was approved by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last week. More than 1,000 Jewish welfare and communal leaders will attend the parley. Principal speakers will be Ralph E. McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution; Donald Oberdorfer, national JDA chairman, and Justice Meier Steinbrink, ADL national chairman. Alec Templeton Plays Here Next Thursday Alec Templeton, composer,, pianist and humorist, will arrive here next week for his concert scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the White Temple auditorium. The event, sponsored by the Parent-Teachers association of Temple Beth Sholom, is under the management of Ruth Brotman. List of patrons is growing daily, Mrs. Leon K. Ell, concert chairman, reports. Patrons are invited by invitation only to a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Templeton at the Hall of Art, 425 Lincoln rd., following the concert. Those interested in joining as patrons may contact Mrs. Ell or Mrs. A. Kogan. In charge of tickets are Mrs. E. Baskind. Mrs. C. Grossman and Mrs. G. Wolkenberg. The usher committee consists of Mrs. I. Rothmrn and Mrs. A. Becker. Mrs. Kogan and Mrs. S. Guttman are members of the reception committee. Tickets range from $2 to $3.50 plus tax. South American Visit Ends Long Separation For the first time in 49 years, David Singer, of Miami, saw his sister, Mrs. Hannah Leah Weinstein, when his plane landed in Buenos Aires Wednesday night. Mr. Singer left by Pan American Airways Tuesday morning to visit his sister, who moved to Argentina 40 years ago during the free land colonization movement. Mr. Singer and his sister are natives of Russia. They have corresponded at least once a week during all the years of their separation. Temple Sisterhood To Mark Anniversary Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the National Federation of Sisterhoods, members of Temple Israel Sisterhood will meet for tea at 2 p.m. Monday in Kaplan hall of the Temple. "Madam Antoninnie's Court of Human Frustration," an original skit written and directed by Mrs. Bernard Wall, will be presented by Mrs. Norton Benis, Mrs. William Stone, Mrs. Harry Wohl, Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Arnold Simons, Mrs. Frank Cohn and Mrs. Leonard Fisher. Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter, January hospitality chairman, and her cochairman, Mrs. Harry V. Simons, will present the program. Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president, will announce plans for an important Sisterhood function to take place later this month. ZIONIST LEADERSHIP BEN GURION HEADS (Continued from Page 1) lieved to favor participation in the London Conference. Under the coalition agreement which resulted in formation of the executive the members will be obliged to support any decision adopted by a two-thirds vote. It is known that before the elections Dr. Weizmann, who is now in London, rejected a proposal, made by telephone by a former member of the executive, that he be named president of the Actions Committee, and in that capacity head a Zionist delegation to the London parley. Dr. Weizmann was stripped of leadership of the Zionist movement in a vote which preceded the election of the executive. The Actions Committee, by a vote of 47 to 32, approved a resolution introduced by Dr. Moshe Sneh, providing that no president be elected at present. Previously Weizmann's name was presented to the Committee by the Palestine Laborites, despite clear-cut statements by the General Zionists, during inter-party negotiations, that they would refuse to serve in an executive under Weizmann's leadership. The praesidium elected by the Actions Committee consists of: Dr. Wise, Judith Epstein, Dr. Chaim Bogratshoff, Baruch Zukerman, Zalman Rubashov, Joseph Sprinzak, Meir Yaari, Zerubavel, Meir Grossman, Rabbi Meir Berlin, Rabbi Mordecai Neufeld and Rabbi J. K. Goldbloom. Dr. Sally Hirsche of the Ailya Hadasha will have a "consultative vote." THE A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 612 N. E. Second Avenue We Supply the Finest Type of White and Colored DOMESTIC, HOTEL, RESTAURANT and OFFICE HELP CALL 2-5163 or 9-6727 DR. FRANK S. FINGER OPTOMETRIST Announces the Opening of Hie Office In the Gables Theatre Building 203!/, Alcazar Avenue, Coral Qablea EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES FITTED REPAIRS Telephone 4B-1390 School Children to Aid Mt. Sinai Campaign Sunday, Jan. 12, has been set aside in the Jewish schools of Greater Miami as Mt. Sinai Hospital School Day, according to A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Contributions brought by children will be given to the Mt. Sinai hospital campaign through the Keren Ami, Jewish school federation which is interested in educating children about Jewish causes, locally, nationally and internationally. The current newsletter of Keren Ami is dedicated to the hospital drive. Copies are available at the Bureau of Jewish Education office in the Congress bldg. Mrs. Newman Heads Women in Center Drive Mrs. Isidore Newman was named chairman of the special women's division for the Miami Beach Jewish Center building fund campaign, according to Nat Hankoff, chairman. The division has set a goal of $75,000 towards the total $250,000 quota needed for construction of the new Center at Washington ave. and 17th st. DOUBLE ROOM FOR RENT Suitable for one or two persons Breakfast Privileges No Other Roomers Telephone 3-2935 2103 S. 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' I PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewish fhrMIM FRIDAY, JANUARY 3-1947 CIVIL RIGHTS COUNCIL RECEIVES CHARTER; REV. BflRTH HEADS UNIT Certification of the corporate Iron Workers Local C-eruncaiion 01 u.e "*~'-"= .Mothers club. Iron Workers l^ocai charter and by-laws of the Dade League of Women ShopCounty Civil Rights council took, • • Zlonist youth or: Tuesday morning in the ; P*" chambers of Circuit Court Judge'g !" ^ & place Marshall C. Wiseheart. President of the newly formed council is the Rev. Joseph Barth, who has recently returned to Miami as minister of the First Unitarian church. Other officers are Henning Heldt. vice president; Garth Reeves, jr., recording secretary; Gilbert J. Balkin. corresponding secretary, and George Wolpert, treasurer. "Membership in the Dade County Civil Rights council is composed of representatives of civic, religious, fraternal, veteran, labor and community organizations in the Dade county area," the Rev. Barth explained. He stated that the council's charter lists its objectives and purposes as: 1. An affirmation of the principles that there are basic human rights and freedoms accruing to every individual, regardless of race, creed, color or national origin. 2. The defense and protection Masada Zionist Miami Beach Elks. Beach Kiwanis, Negro Service council, Southern Conference for Human Welfare, Temple Israel congregation, Young Women's Christian association and Omega Psi Phi fraternity. Council members in attendance in the charter filing ceremony included Burnett Roth and George J. Talianoff. (Editor's note: Florida's GOT. Millard F. Caldwell has asserted that while under the law of Florida he is without authority to lake any action toward reYoking the Klan's charter, he is "extremely interested in prerenting any Tiolation of our state laws by the Ku Klux Klan or any other organization." He has offered his cooperation if such instances arise.) Denver Home Group To Discuss Journal Mrs. Irving H. Miller, president of the Greater Miami chapter, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, will lead a discussion of the souvenir journal at a meeting 1:30 pjn. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Zeilinger, 846 Lenox ave. Funds received from this project will be used to pay for a carryall station wagon for children at the Denver home. A victory luncheon is schedDessert Luncheon Set Jan. 21 meeting of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be a dessert luncheon at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub is arranging the program. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president, has requested that funds and tickets for the recent luncheon be turned in. uled for Jan. 21 for all those who help raise funds for the station wagon. Alocu*§p*tlm Merchandise Washington Art. at 13th 8t Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New A D parel and Accessory store 70 E. Fleeter St, Miami B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN TO INSTALL OFFICERS Mrs. Jean Silverman and Mrs. Max Bergman, first and second of civil rights as granted by the vice presidents of the B'nai B'nth Constitution of the United States Women of Sholem lodge, will be and amendments thereto. (installed at a meeting at 1:30 p.m. 3. The development and projj a n. 14 in Beth David auditorium, jection of a broad range conFollowing the initiation of new structive educational program members. George J. Talianoff. working towards the implementation of the preceding two objectives and the prevention of prejudice, discrimination and occurence of incidents in which civil several of the songs, and'or hurr.an r:ghts are invaded. Mrs. William Danziger. "Disturbed over mounting tenFlorida regional director of the Anti-Defamation league, will review the new Irving Caesar songbook and Marx Feinberg will sing sions in the community, evidenced particularly by the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in the Miami area, representatives of the; community organizations have! determined to unite their strength ; for the advancement of the community," Barth pointed out. Action already taken by the council has included petitioning Florida state officials to institute immediate action to revoke the charter of the Ku Klux Klan in Florida and protesting the recent cancellation of a scheduled football game between the University of Miami and Penn State college because of the inclusion of Negroes on Penn State's roster. Among the organizations represented at meetings of the council have been American Veterans committee. Anti-Defamation league, Association for Childhood Education, Beth David congregation. Beth David Sisterhood, Beth Jacob congregation, Big Sisters club. B'nai B'rith, Business and Professional Women's club, Catholic Daughters of America, Coconut Groce Civic club. Congress of Industrial Organizations. Franklin Delano Roosevelt club, Gesu 8 -L fcrlUl un-RauP fcrfcltT ESS?** new member of the organization's bulletin committee, is in charge of the program. NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! NO QUANTITY! CHEVROLET un-foyPaHi althlfesort Yes, we have lh e great new CheTTolet, the finest Chevrolet eTer built—but, unfortunately, not enough of these new cars yet to satisfy all the demands. Until we haTe one for you, continue to conserTe your present car. Let us keep it in "A-l" condition with "A-l" serTicing, designed to giTe you the best possible car performance. Come in today and regularly! LUBY Chevrolet Co. Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer W. Flagler St. at lllh AT. PHONE 9-6441 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN. 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%  EOHDWSSSHHMII PAGE FOUR +Jeistrkrkli3£_ FRIDAY, IANUARY 3, 1947 Editorial SUCCESS FOR 1947 The Grecte: Miami Jewish Federation upon recommendation c: its ruice: cc~rr.:::ee a:.i action by :a beer a o: electors Last wek adopted a daggering goal lo. itt 1947 campaign. The quota ii atooU 5; pei cent highes them kisi years figure which! a: that time ma j.~y:e;?ze::-ez ::: local WOifan hind drives THE PAST Fecercucr. .s in ::se_a v;-; wgemaotion. Ito will re the ninth drive the .r:^::.^.^ •'.... wage In thee I** y* 0 has devetored Jewish iwerest in ita community awakened a Jewish conscune in its lethargic resndenta and ^mulcted er.ee has developed ino more than a successful fund-r a^ s r .e otherwise. THE PRESENT Face Facts B S GEORGE J. rAUANOFF Ftorido Regional Director, Anti-De/amal • League --., weekend : lead %  v -, Jewu MM A % % %  %  c K / St Louis t ttend th< first na:. aa] : %  Appeal rhe JDA ,•: :.-, n %  : % %  ,ttee. 1 %  ntenanc. f the < I by eco-. n fol v: 11._ u and ierkafogu. • .:._ this period 5 ] ; 0 ties oi '• and anti5 stering inl Act ..:"—-' it is %  %  -,:.•J lers from j • %  •. led t pportust-hand :• ... A "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 5 and all j c n-c:tizenry. : r A: this conv>:ation our Jewish .eldership will learn the tacts. Equally important, it' will be afforded the opportune-.;: —akir.g valuable contribttfiecai :: the policy-making ::' the -ItfTTll agencies. Finilly ;ur cc— _~.ur.ily leaders, ;-:.rh:er.ed by :heir participa:.:a: thus important conven:-.:wiB convey to their consr.ruer.r.es the r.eed for con:„-._:-g ar.d expanding pro;:; — a :: edu: = :icr. which are r::::_-i.'y affecting American public ;-:r.icr.. '.-. T "•":-. %  nfer— E Gudstadt. na%  : : %  ADL 51 : • • : ..: :t r. Here 5 Easy Recipe ~:r Sccs:cr. Chremsel : : '. MHI:CN rciLA?. CAMPAIGN SET FOR MARCH E. HEJLLTB tic WILFA-U 5 .'iw-j^ 5r_; t :: 5C 1*1 N _,;-. W,:rJ .^_ ., r. XA-CSTAI sntKi A_rv::i M. X__3r___. .*^si W*_tr, B—J a CAMFA:G5 rx?rxrrr.*?_ts R FJ_5E?.T_uS ~ %  • • %  ... V- %  : %  :•: —* %  — i~ **ch iiiJLUif POLITICAL TRENDS: B:•:::.*. Ambassador Lord InvcrI was wiUing to bet a box %  r s that the 100.000 displaced whose admission to Pales &f ine was recommended b\ uie Anglo-American Inquiry commit; „uld be admitted in 194This was prior to the conclusion of the Zionist Congress when the Ambassador like man> was apparently certain Dr. Weizmann's policy would prevail • • In fact, there was apprehension among some of the outgoing members of the World Zionist Executive that Britain might react to the Basle resolution against participation m the London parley on Palestine by declaring that the Palestine mandate was no longer valid. They fear that British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin would refuse to recognize the Jewish Agency as the spokesman for the Jewish people if Zionist leaders fail to attend the London conference when it reopens this month. They based their arguments >n the fact that Bevin indicated it matters conng Jews in Palestine should Palestine Jews only ... At one time he even


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1947 fJetvisii fkridictr PAGE FIFTEEN Teacher to Describe [Recent Trip to Europe First-hand impressions of postfwar Europe will be presented by | Mrs. Grace Brown, head of the foreign language department of Miami Beach High school at a 1 meeting o f Kadimah chapter, Pioneer Women's Organization, 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Beth Tfilah congregation, 935 Euclid ave. Mrs. Brown recently toured western Europe for two months as a guest of the French govern| ment. In taking time out of her extensive travels through war-torn Normandy, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, Mrs. Brown attended the Paris peace conference, crossed the "closed" International Bridge between France and Spain, and through intimate contact with the Spaniards learned the common man's reactions and feelings under the dictatorship of Franco. Mrs. Brown studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and at the National university of Mexico where she received her master of arts degree. She is now studying for her Ph.D. in Hispanics at Columbia university. Mrs. Rose Melinson and Mrs. Etta Courtman, Kadimah cochairmen on the child rescue fund project of the Pioneer Women's Organization, will preside at the meeting. For the benefit of this child rescue fund, the chapter is sponsoring the Braggiotti-Chaikin concert at the Miami Edison High school on March 8. Tens of thousands of orphaned children are rescued from the displaced persons camps of Europe and are being rehabilitated in Palestine under this program. During the war years the Pioneer Women provided for more than 20,000 children annually. Reform Rabbi Heads Synagogue Council UNVEILINGS Unveiling of a monument to | the memory of the late Mrs. Mollie Bergman, of 841 Washington ave., Miami Beach, will take place at 8 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Obituaries ROMER Mrs. Mollle Romer, 64. of 121 N. W. Third ave.. died middenly last Thursday mornlnK In a hospital. She came to Miami three years ago from Detroit and Is survived by her husband. Harry Romer, of Miami; two sons, Louis Romer of Miami, and Samuel Romer of St. Paul, Minn., and three daughters, Including Miss Reva Romer of Miami. The body was sent to Detroit by Gordon Funeral home. RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP SLUTZKY Mrs. Ida Slutzky, 67, widow of Rabbi I^ouls Slutzky. died Sunday at her home, 2381 W. Flagler st. Surviving are five sons and two daughters. Including Mrs. Minnie Zimmerman. Miami. The body was sent to Chicago by the Gordon Funeral home. Rabbi William Rosenblum, Temple Israel, New York, was elected president of the Synagogue Council of America to succeed the late Dr. Isaac M. Landman. Rabbi Rosenblum, a graduate of the Hebrew Union College, is the spiritual leader of one of the 340 Reform Jewish congregations affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 8URAN8KY Isaac Suransky, 85, of 4435 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach, died Saturday. He came to Miami seven years ago from Chicago. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Werra Friedman, and a son, Mark Suran, both of Miami Beach. Services were held Monday In Riverside Memorial chapel. SCHECHTER Martin Schechter, 21. school teacher of 1021 Blarrlti dr., Normandy isle, died Saturday in a hospital after an Illness of three days. He came here three months ago from New York and was a member of the International Workers' order. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Eva Schechter of Miami Beach, two sjsters and a brother. Palmer Funeral home sent the body to New York. Marcia Hankoff Heads Young Judaea Group Marcia Hankoff was installed as president of the Hedera group of Young Judaea last Monday afternoon at Temple Beth Sholom. The ceremony, conducted by Harold Shapiro, chairman of the Greater Miami Young Judaea Youth commission, was performed by candelight. Other officers installed were Babs Lifsher, vice president; Judy Rudnick, secretary, and VickiEllen Herman, treasurer. Highlight of the afternoon was the white elephant auction. Proceeds from this sale will be given to Youth Aliyah. The group, led by Miss Toby Cooper is for girls between 13 and 14 and meets every Monday at 3:30 p.m. in Temple Beth Sholom. A monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Rebecca Selikin of 1132 Euclid ave., will be unveiled at 2:15 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested tto attend. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins A Wash. AVes. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D*nfiD "DID Telephone 5-1017 Calling Garment Mfgrs., Laundries Cleaners, Tailors Dressmakers! BUTTONS For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES. HANGERS, PINS. NEEDLES, SCISSORS, SHEARS Phone 2-5590 FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 162 W. Flagler Street GREENBERG Solomon Oreenberg, 64, of 1231 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, died last Thursday. He came here a year ago from Mt. Freedom, N. J. Surviving Is his wife, Mrs. Cella Greenberg. Services were In Riverside Memorial chapel followed by burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery. LANOES Susan Rae I,andes. 2. 244 N. W. 11th ave.. died Saturday. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George J. I-.-UMI.-S, and her grandparents, all of Miami. Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday In the Palmer Funeral chapel. SCHUMANN Alexander Schumann, 65-year-old retired manufacturer, died Saturday In his home, 4445 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. He moved here four years ago from New York. Surviving arc his wife. Mrs. Mftllie Schumann; two daughters. Mrs. Hazel Klein and Miss Helene Schumann: %  >ne son, I-awrence R. Schumann, all of Miami Beach: a brother and three sisters. Riverside Memorial chapel assisted In arranging for services In New York. Teen-Agers to Give Play "Kid Brother," a comedy, will be presented by the Teenagers Canteen of Beth David at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Talmud Torah. A dance and refreshments will follow the play. The public is invited free of charge. 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I PAGE FOURTEEN +JeistiFhridiarL FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1947 Record Season Seen For West Flagler By George Gallet West Flagler Kennel club is off to another record breaking season. The state's No. 1 dog track inaugurated its new campaign NewYear's night with a new record smashing crowd and a mutual plav which went soaring up in the" hundreds of thousands. Kenneled at the track are the cream of American racing dogs, and they will vie throughout 80 nights of racing. Heading the field of stars is the immortal Flashy S;r which has won almost 40 races in 50 starts. a record which will stand up in American dog racing for a long time to come. Other top-lighters racing at Flagler which bear watching throughout the meeting are Miss Ward, Ger-.e Roller. Hooker. Rocket Gal, Sar.cy Roll, Korn Kick, Jolly Hal, Rolling Roy and Blended. Rolhr.g Rcy is just a youngster but is expected to develop into a great star. He's the p: comer since Flashy S:r. winning six consecutive races at Bisc ;• n( Kennel club before moving over to West Flagler. Roiling Boy is a sor. of Neve: Roll, which held every world record in the book at one time, records he made at Revere BeachMass. Several additions havemade to the West Flagler track! this season for I I rt :f thej fans. Additional wager:.-.,: windows and the seating capacity c: the track has been West Flagler has two exclusive features in American dog racing— the All-Glass Starting boxes the electric describer t ard which posts the leadei 1 • different points on the ti AEPi Has Annual Dance Miami Alumni club of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity held its annual dinner-dance-on Oer the Shelborne hotel. Miami Beach, for local alumni and undergraduate members of various chapters of the fraternity returning to their homes in tne Miami area for the holidays. Chapters represented by alumni and undergraduates were: University of Miami. University of Georgia. Emory university. Georgia Tech. Vanderbilt university.: New York university. Rhode Island State college. Cornell uni-1 versity. University of Illinois. Marquette university. Ohio State university. University of Pennsylvania. Ohio Northern university, University of Maryland. Unity of Alabama. University' :" Akron. University of Virginia.; Louisiana Stau university, Johns: Hopkins university and University of Tennessee. Harry Hymanson Named JWB Field Secretary u e w field secretary of the scutum section National Jewish Welfare board, is Harry H> Hanson whose appointment is announced by Jules Paglm, presi dent of the section. Hvmanson has served as a UbUJWB worker for the past five and before assuming his new post Jan. 1 was USO-JWB regional supervisor for the Third Army area which includes all of the southeastern states. A graduate of Tufts college with an AB degree, he served as executive director of the Lawrence, Mass., YMHA and also as an executive director of Camp Avoda, a member camp of the New England section of JWB. The southern section of JWB has been operating for the past two years. Gus Jacobson is director. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative In honor of the Bar Mitzva of' Sol Rubin has moved his jewtheir son. Mr. and Mrs. Harry elry business in with the Salma Brukenfeld entertained in Schen Linen store. A new building is following services Saturday, being constructed on the former site of his store. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaufman have turned from New York state for tne season. Mr. Kaufman has been the operator of a meat market hi • ntly confined to his home by : HintsSUNFRESH BRAND? Warranted FRESH 100= PURE I ORANGE JUICE Fresh squeezed frcm a combination of the finett tasting types o! Florida Oranges. DAILY DELIVERY TO RESTAURANTS, HOTELS and SCHOOLS Mrs. Joseph Schupler. pioneer local resident, is confined to Good Samaritan hospital with a limb ailment. Abe Friedman and his sister, Mis. Sam Humreich, recently arJ Moss local merchant, was A lane 0 aUerd the un veiling of a monument for their mother, Mrs. Bessie Friedman, who died here last winter. Mr. Humreich and daughter were also in the party which came here from New York. Mrs. Sadie Houtz and Ben Freidman, daughter and son of the late Mrs. Friedman, reside here. Abe Friedman has returned North and Mr. and Mrs. Humreich are spending some time here. N than Schocoff, who was a %  nt at Johns Hopkins hospie for a check-up. has gone to New York before re.:.. : mily here. Mr. is a G ibba of Temple Beth El. Burial services for theinfant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glasser were held in Woodlawn cemetery Ral M. Greenstein offi• -'. The child's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Glasser. Fruit Juice Co. 1206 N. 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