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The Jewish Floridian ( January 10, 1947 )

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Cb,&i>n'< !" £THE JEWISH UNITY I THE JEWI SH WEE MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS JROAD TO DESCRIBE WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS LT MASS MEETING SLATED BY PIONEER WOMEN Shepard Broad, local delegate with Abraham Goodman to le World Zionist Congress, will present an eye witness account the sessions at a mass meeting to be sponsored by the three cal chapters of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palesl"T8& une at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr. Broad, a Miami Beach attorney, will make his first report to the public at large at the rally. He was first president of the Miami Beach district of the Zionist Organization of America and is now chairman of its board of directors. Mrs. Harry Faber, southeastern seaboard states regional chairman of the Pioneer Women's legislative and social action committee, will preside at the meeting. She is honorary presi[dent of the Kadimah chapter. Other chapters sponsoring the [rally are Club One of Miami and the Miami Beach club. The public is invited to attend the meeting at which no [solicitation of funds will be made. DR. WISE QUITS ZOA AFTER CONGRESS riSE'S STATEMENT NEW YORK. (JTA) — Rabbi Stephen S. Wise this week anlounced his resignation from "all ffices in the Zionist Organization America" as an aftermath to riiat he charged was the ZOA's iisu.se of its power at the World Eionist Congress. Dr. Wise was le founder of the ZOA in 1898 has held various high ofJJBces in the organization since len. Stating that the Congress was nothing less than tragic in its inadequacy in relation to a great hour," Dr. Wise said that it was "a terrible defeat for the cause, nothing less than disaster. MeasHfered by the Zionist Congress," he ^ %  ontinucd, "the Zionist Organization of America has succeeded ^p ousting Zionism's greatest tatesmen." He described the new (ionist executive as "a Cabinet ot of all talents, but of all amitions, unholy and unlimited, a abinet representing a maximum compromise and a minimum of Miviction." Dr. Wise asserted that most of lie issues before the Congress ^ere not faced. "Little, if anyling, was said in answer to the iuestion: 'For what should the lewish Agency ask if it attend tie (London) conference? Shall ; be the State, Partition, Trusteelip, United Nations Control?' (Continued on Page 4) ZOA's ANSWER NEW YORK. (JTA)—The Administrative Council of the Zionist Organization of America this week issued a statement commenting upon Rabbi Stephen S. Wise's resignation from office in the Z.O.A. and answering his attacks upon the organization. The statement was signed by Daniel Frisch, chairman of the Cou ncil. Asserting that in his press interview announcing his "regrettable resignation," Dr. Wise made statements which "cannot and must not" go unchallenged or unanswered," the Council's statement said: "Dr. Wise could legitimately have been expected to express dissatisfaction and disagreement with the deliberations and conclusions of the World Zionist Congress after his return from Basle. Referring to him as "the most tragic figure" at the Congress, it added: "His friends, the very poor people who fought for Chaim Weizmann to the last hour, found it neither desirable nor even possible to assign to Dr. Wise a place in the new executive, or another position of importance. They retained even Dr. Nahum Goldmann. Not Dr. Wise. "What was not to be expected and what will grieve all Zionists of whatever shade of political (Continued on Page 4) British Plan Martial Law BREWER AIDS MT. SINAI CAMPAIGN Taking time out from his attendance at the Brewers' Convention in Miami Beach Wednesday, Carl W. Badenhausen (right), president of P. Ballantine & Sons, hands a check for S5.000 to Sam Blank of Miami as a contribution to the Mt. Sinai hospital building fund campaign. With this donation, and others totaling $47,000, the drive has reached the S 1,122,077 mark. Blank is chairman of the initial gifts division. "Miami has been a fine market for us for many years," Badenhausen said. "I am making this contribution to show our appreciation for the excellent work you and your organization have done, as well as the cordial reception the people of Miami have given our product." Truman Says Congress Should Do More for DP's WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. (JTA) —President Truman, in his State of the Union message personally delivered today to Congress, emphasized that the United States has not done enough with regard to the admission of displaced persons to this country and called for Congressional legislation to enable the entry of more refugees from Europe. The President also told the joint session of Congress that existing legislation does not reach "the limit of federal power to protect the civil rights of its citizens." He decried "racial and religious bigotry" and declared that freedom to engage in lawful callings has been denied to many citizens as a result of such bigotry. [iamians Say ZOA Gained At Congress By RITA E. GROSSMAN Participation in trie 22nd World Zionist Congress enhanced the position of the American Zionists. Broad and Abraham Goodman of Miami Beach, who returned last week from Basle, S w i t z e r 1 a nd, where they attended the Congress as delegates of the General Zionists. Broad explained that this is the the American Zionists lave membership on the Executive with full power. Heretofore only consultative powers were granted them. Goodman, who is treasurer of le Zionist Organization of Amerca, agreed that the Americans lave emerged much stronger. Before this Congress, he assrted, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, GOODMAN first time a merber of the Executive, but was "given the position in a niggardly fashion." He added that Dr. Nahum Goldmann, who had also served on the Executive in past years, did not truly represent the American position. Speaking of Dr. Silver, Mr. Goodman said that the American leader had not aspired to the chairmanship of the Congress Executive, that he had wanted all factions to cooperate and felt that his leadership would not do this. But there is now a cooperative coalition with Dr. Silver at the helm, Goodman declared. Broad expressed the feeling that Dr. Silver had gained stature at the Congress while Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, had lost prestige "due to his behavior." And although Dr. Chaim Weizmann was not reelected president of the World Zonist Congress, Broad feels that he did not lose SO A president, was recognized as stature. While Broad believes that the failure of the Congress to reelect Weizmann had not affected the British position on Palestine, Goodman stated that the election had proved to the British that the Zionist movement has reached its "minimal demands" and is unprepared to make further compromises. "Britain will now have to make concessions or face trouble in Palestine for God knows how long to come," Goodman said. When our conversation got around to the present so-called Jewish terrorism in Palestine, Broad interpreted the Congress' position as being that "terrorism per se is objectionable, but the effort ought to be directed in the channels of organized resistance, disciplined action as distinguished from lawless terrorism." He added that the Arabs, as well as the British, will "behave better" if they know that there is an effective Jewish self-defense organization. (Continued on Page 4) JDA to Raise 6 Million $ A $6,000,000 nation-wide campaign will be conducted in 1947 by the Joint Defense Appeal to finance the 1947 minimum budgetary requirements of the American Jewish committee and the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith in their coordinated effort against anti-Semitism. American Jewish communal leaders unanimously adopted a resolution calling for the campaign at the first annual conference of the Joint Defense Appeal in St. Louis over the weekend. The new goal represents a 20 per cent increase over last year's quota. Communities outside New York and Chicago will be requested to raise a minimum of $3,000,000. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has approved an allocation of $13,500 for this area for the JDA in 1947. Harold Turk attended the conference from this area. Donald Oberdorfer of Atlanta was elected chairman of the national council of JDA. Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, Henry Monsky, Justice Meir Steinbrink and Jacob Blaustein were elected honorary chairmen, while A. C. Hor* of New York was elected honorary treasurer. The eight vice chairmen are: Albert H. Lieberman of Philadelphia, Edmund Waterman of New York, Avery Carp of East St. Louis, Charles W. Morris of Louisville, Benjamin J. Scheiman of Los Angeles, Max J. Schneider of New York, Alan M. Stroock of New York and Ben Samuels of Chicago. Richard M. Lederer, Arnold Askin and Maurice Glinert, all of New York, were named secretary, treasurer and assistant treasurer, respectively. JERUSALEM. (JTA)—Reliable sources this week reported that a military plan has been prepared by the authorities here for combatting terrorism if it is renewed on a scale as large as last week when 20 simultaneous attacks were made on British military installations. The scheme provides: 1. Palestine will be cut off frcm the rest of the world by the closing of all frontiers on land, sea and air, including the closing of ports to all commercial shipping. 2. Traffic on roads within the country will be allowed only under special permits issued by the authorities. 3. All means of transportation, including buses maintained by Jewish co-operatives, are to be requisitioned or put under military control. 4. A collective punishment system is to be introduced in places where terrorist acts occur, and a nightly curfew is to be imposed throughout the country. 5. Martial law may be imposed and certain Jewish leaders may be detained. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learns that during talks between the leaders of the Jewish National council and the World Zionist Executive and Acting High Commissioner Henry L. Gurney, the latter expressed the view that the military authorities may not be able to restrain the troops in the event of renewed Jewish attacks "exactly as you are not able to restrain the terrorists." To this the Jewish leaders replied that the only remedy for terrorism would be resumption of Jewish immigration and, as a first step, the repatriation to Palestine of the refugees interned on Cyprus. The urgent necessity of halting terrorism in Palestine wai (Continued on Page 4) Richman MCs Sinai Dinner Invitations have been extended to distinguished visitors from all parts of the nation to attend a dinner of the Mount Sinai hospital building fund campaign at the Latin Quarter, 6:30 p.m. Monday. This is the initial function of the visitors and non-residents division of the campaign, under the chairmanship of Leonard A. Wien, who is leading the effort to enlist the aid of many who make Miami Beach their parttime winter home. Harry Richman, noted entertainer and a home owner in Miami Beach, will preside at the opening affair at the Latin Quarter. He shares with other residents the knowledge that a hospital of this nature proposed by Mount Sinai trustees will render an invaluable service to the community, as well as to the thousands of yearly visitors to this area. Richman has joined the committee for the hospital campaign and will give it his full support. E. M. Loew and Lou Walters have made available the entire facilities of the Latin Quarter plus the highlights of the star-studded revue "Paris by Night." currently featured there. Also slated to appear at the gala evening are Lou Holtz, Billy Vine, Benny Davis, Dean Murphy, Jan Bart, Harvey Stone, Frances Faye and Jackie Miles.



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PAGE TWO Personally Speaking Hoaoiteg Mr. end MB. Manwee* Hai Romance In Europe Leads To Wedding Here B*hhi A r %  Eu FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, birthday, ce.-s ... .,' ,. .:' New rwice weekly dances are beMrs. Rebecca Kascv, -.: ..*-,. %  .. New Haven Albin-Pardo Betrothal Revealed At Dinner Vand Mrs Wolf Albin, 1918 Libertv ave will hold open house .. ;. \ag in honor of their • M, ss Dons Albin. whose at to Joseph Pardo was ...-d at a dinner party in the R:tz Piace Jan. 3. T h e bride-elect attended schools in New York and was from Miami Beach High school where she was of the National Honor She is at present attend%  ': University of Miami and is a member and vice f the Greater Miami • | Junior Hadassah. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Isie •239 15th st. Mr. Pardo ited from New Utrecht school in New York and i for three and one-half years m the Army air forces weathei service. A student at rsity of Miami, he is with Goodman and realtors, and is a charter member and secretary of Masada. Out:'-•. wn guests at the engagement party included Mr. and Mrs Jack Pardo and Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Perahia of New York. No date has been set for the wedding. Stars to Entertain At Center Donor Event Martha Raye and Wills* B. ard will be th e headline'' at a' annual donor dinner-dance to h! sponsored by the Sisterhood the Miami Beach Jewish Su/ 6:30 p.m. Sunday, at Ned Srh ler's Beachcomber, according£ Mrs. Ira Walsey, president Ringside seats will be reserved for persons holding guest ticketa from the Center. eis Mrs. George Goldberg and Mr* Seymour Rubin are chairmen^, the affair. Their committee cnn sists of the Mesdames RayrrX Rubin, Joseph M. Rose. iS S. Klein, Nat Hankoff. &„" Friedland, Samuel Ginsberg jZ seph Lipton. Joseph Berman' and William Feuer. u Reservations may be made with any of the committee members or at the Center office. The dinner dance was originally scheduled to be held at the Mocamba. Wedding On exits' Anniversary Miss ;.l.e ?..-.--.: Ashev;::e, 3*=" is :.-.e„ssug.ve: Mrs N. C. _s visiting her ----and Bud Freeman z: New York ... Miami Beach families will uncle, Mr r: Mrs Oscar Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weisman : sen Miss Rita L. MarArgintai .-..-.% visiting the %  Ion < • -, .... m Asher of Detroil .-, A Bernstein are Argintars over New Year ? s wa '-'%  "* Bpending z month V, e "^ MiTlocelvn Singer of CordeS J. the HeleTe Sel Miami!* Go. Beach .-.. = -. at the Helene .... .."...-.. .. MrrEmanuelGreeiibe^wiU^.M/^d^^Schlesii^ei K parent arrive from Birmingham Ala ^d daughter Naomi, of Mon.ent was announced to visit her mother. Mrs. Sao :e ~' ---"-"-""''•'-"-v '---~ e •"--£ h Mr 3. Mil:*.-, .-.ex: v.-ee.<. She will : '~' a "-"• %  •"• %  Mrs : '~-.---~.zr. Bernstein's parents, Mr and Mr, be ained by Mr Greenbera c '*" Montreal i* visiting her -" B rn tein Hotel Walburne, •he' :. K : future Her fattier -'-"-7-': "' Miss • = '-'-~Brotmcr. :2 r %  %  % %  ~i.->: .: 23th who was to have left for Ax:: 3S --"-'"--""entertained the %  %  y kansas last Friday wasdekrved Weismans and the Schlesingers A of Miami Beach here until Tuesday bv the : a '--'•'" r:v recently. Mrs. Senj Hi h school, Miss Margol r.tr-h%" storms ; rVeismcm and Mrs. Schlesinaei sophomore at the Uni. -,--e her sisters : Miami where she is a ^OWen wedding anniversary "", .,,"". „ e f Delta Phi Epsilon sor celebration of her oldest brother ".%  rs. twin C. Siegel rIt y j; %  nee. a 1940 eradu and his wife Mr. and Mrs Her;/•' %  -"-'. %  %  %  ^ashmgton, D. : | Miami Beach Senior Higl Goodman To Describe Congress For Center Abraham Goodman, national treasurer of the Zionist Organizy.. .-. will address the congregation of the Miami Beach Jewish tatter 9 a.m. Saturday on the W :.i Zionist Congress which he .::• r. : %  : •.hi Irvmg Lehrman will officiate at the services. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman will be hosts at • Sudos at 5 p.m. Saturday a: the Center. JOINT RECITAL ZVEE S C O O L ER Dramatist BENJAMIN Z E M A C H Dancer Sunday, January 12th 8:30 P.M Miami Beach Senior High School Tickets: $1.00 plus tax Auspices Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Committee man Hcpp was "he highlight of V.:?.. Becky Lev..-.-.B five. Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 % urdines printed rayon with rayon skirts for resort wear $7-98 $16.95 Artistically beautiful prints in colors boasting the richness of the spectrum on soft rayon crepe and flowing rayon jersey and turned into lovely blouses for fashion wise resort wear. To complete your outfits you'll choose black and brown rayon crepe skirts deftly draped, slimly gored or gracefully full. Sizes 12 to 20 in the group. MIAMI STORE, SPORTSWEAR, THIJ'.l.. FLOOR u are visiting -ere C:.z:.a rved three and one-: ..-.-.-.ess son -.: Mr. and Mrs. Alyears in the armed forces, receivr^rr: N.r.ess. 1028 Collins ave. March. .-.as returned to the University After their wedding the couple oi Florida where he is a fresh. h n eymoon in Bermuda for man, ^::e: so^-amg the '" %  % %  %  will return here days with his family. : %  of the season follow1 Ira Samuel Imberman was ?' '" y w n s P v end H hve years old last Thursday v travel >8 throughout the and to celebrate, he ir.vited his young friends to a party at his home, 12'.'. S. W. Fifth st. His parents are the Jacob W, fanbermans, v/ho marked their 22nd wedding anniversary Dec. 26. 'CONTINUED ON PAGE 6j DR. EMANUEL PUSHKIN ANNOUNCES HIS RETURN FROM THE ARMED FORCES AND THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY 1248 CORAL WAY. MIAMI (S. W. 22nd ST. AT FIVE POINTS) EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT HOURS: 9 TO 5:30 PHONE 9-7917 / KiaaKCHKV$ Oa$PANDUGHJ\>J fjMSH AND FLAXY, £ • fiAVOR-WIGHT I JJ f f atmscHiw.M co \ \} Original Hoses Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT FREE DELIVERY 3 n couin. 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)AY, JANUARY 10, 1947 +Jmisti ncridUar? PAGE THREE to Change Name Ceremonies Monday londay evening will mark a lestone for the Miami post of Jewish War Veterans. )uring ceremonies at Beth Dathe post will change its name memorialize the late Norman ^kuce Brown, who died while on duty with the Navy at Okinawa. HA gold star and permanent citation will be awarded him in lieu Reports on Congress To Highlight Meetings Reports on the World Zionist Congress by Greater Miami's delegates, Shepard Broad and Abraham Goodman, may be heard at a number of meetings this week. Here is a list of these events: Friday evening, Temple Beth Sholom; Saturday morning, Miami Beach Jewish Center; Sunday evening, Palestine Reports program, 7:45 p.m. over Station WKAT. Mrs. Goodman, who also attended the Congress, will report to members of the Beach group of Hadassah Monday afternoon at the National hotel; Tuesday evening, mass meeting, Miami Beach Jewish Center; Wednesday afternoon, Miami Beach Zionist district luncheon, Helene hotel. Detailed accounts of these meetings may be found throughout this issue. NORMAN BROWN a second air medal. Capt. M. Leslie, commanding officer of U. S. Naval Reserve Training t here, will present the posthumous award to Norman's father, Nat Brown of Miami Beach, who was recently elected commander "of the post. Brown will be inducted into office with Sidney Needleman, senior vice commander; Perry Marks, unior vice commander; Dr. Mau. j rice Klein, judge advocate; Dr. Sanford Levine, surgeon; Laura Breen, adjutant; Frank Kline, quartermaster; Paul Berlin, officer of the day; Obbie Rosenthal, officer of the guard; Mortimer P. Frank, Edward Rosenthal and Jack Burd, trustees. Also to be installed are the officers of the ladies auxiliary— Vera Rosenthal, president; Augusta Birnberg, senior vice president; Rose Horn, junior vice president; Gertrude Marks, judge advocate; Harriet Kaplan, secretary; Lillian Stewart, treasurer; Esther Friedman, conductress; Rose Morrell, chaplain; Sylvia Rosenthal, Sue Kout, Beatrice Spector, trustees. The young man for whom the post is being named was credited with 425 hours in the air and had received the Navy Air Medal and the Asiatic-Pacific ribbon. His postwar plans had been to study mineralogy in South America. COLONIAL • "* i 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 Ketler Muiic and Lyric$ by Robert Wright and George Forreit # DINNER Presentation* 9 and 12:30 SUPPER BERENSQIM HEADS CARDIAC BENEFIT Richard Berenson of Fronton Jai-Alai has been named general chairman of the 1947 "Cardiac Jamboree," mammoth benefit program staged to raised funds for the National Children's Cardiac Home. Berenson's appointment followed the announcement that the Jamboree, a five-hour program by numerous top-rank entertainers, will be held this year on Feb. 16 at the Fronton. Berenson has donated the facilities of the building for the occasion. The Jamboree, traditionally the South's largest benefit program, this year will be bigger than ever, it was declared. An audience of 5,000 is expected. No tickets will be sold, said Berenson. Attendance will be by in-' vitation only to sponsors who contribute generously to the home. "Mending Heart," as the Cardiac Home is sometimes called, cares for needy children who suffer from rheumatic heart disease. Eventually it is hoped a goal of facilities for 200 patients may be attained. Theme of the 1947 Jamboree is: "Have a Heart—Mend a Heart." Working with Berenson are Dave Emmer, assistant chairman, and Ben F. Danbaum, treasurer. BERENSON Mt. Sinai Directors Open Alton Hospital Alton Road hospital, formerly known as Miami Beach hospital at 700 Alton road, was re-opened to the public yesterday following wartime use by the Navy. Completely renovated, the 50-bed institution will be run under the auspices of the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai hospital of Greater Miami. The opening was marked with ceremonies at which Mayor Herbert Frink of Miami Beach made the dedicatory address. Other speakers were Dr. John W. Snyder, immediate past president of the Dade County Medical association, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of Mt. Sinai hospital. A tour of the institution followed. Zemach, Scooler Set For Culture Series Third in the four-event 1946-47 series of the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee will find Zvee Scooler and Benjamin Zemach on the Miami Beach Senior High school stage at 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening. Scooler is one of the outstanding artists of the Yiddish Art theatre and Zemach is noted in the realm of ballet and folk dancing. The actor, who has appeared on Broadway in addition to the Yiddish stage, will present a program of original portrayals and improvisations of "human and humorous situations" in English and Yiddish. Zemach, who has toured Europe and the United States with the Moscow Habima theatre, will be seen in a number of Biblical, traditional and folk dances. Their program will be: 1. Theatre Scooler 1!. Little Man and His Dream 3. IleKBars Dance Zemach 4. Kits and Vitz Scooler 6. They Hale Ua Scooler 6. CTTaHRldie Zemach 7. Piano Solo Reuven Kossakoff 8. Palestinian Folk Tunes... .Zemach '.<. Work.rs' Dance Zemach 10. A Droshe Scooler 11. Station Alef Scooler 12. Freilachs (Joyous) Zemach IS. The March Bcooler Federation to Honor Key Men Sunday Several hundred "key men'"who helped the Greater Miami Jewish Federation raise over $830,000 for the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal will be guests at a workers' rally in the Latin Quarter, Miami Beach, from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Max Orovitz, president of the Federation which exceeded its quota by nearly $100,000 last year, will award certificates to the lay workers. "These certificates will be in recognition of their generous and tireless service," Orovitz said. "Their personal sacrifices of time and money and their noble devotion to the needs of our people represent the exemplary leadership which has helped build a vital Jewish community in Miami. Officers of the key men's organization will be elected at the rally. Stanley C. Myers, 1947 CJA chairman, will be master of ceremonies, and Wm. D. Singer, overall chairman of the coordinated Federation and hospital campaigns, will make the concluding address. There will be refreshments and entertainment during the afternoon. SCHAFFER'S Plumbing Co. For Prompt Service PHONE 9-1655 CONTRACTING INSTALLATION and REPAIRS 821 S. W. 18th Ave. 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 YACHT TONDELEYO ... 81 FT. CHARTER FOR WEEK. MONTH OR SEASON CRUISE AND FISH IN LOVELY KEYS BEAUTIFUL DOCKAGE — SUNSET ISLAND Capt. Al Kappler Phone 5-7839 or 5-9257 January 3rd, 1947 The Management of MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Announces An Advance in Prices of Single Graves and Family Plots EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1947 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. 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*Jenisf fkridfa_
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, ig47
Editorial
NOT SURPRISING
Mt. Sinai hospital will soon become more than an idea.
The blueprints will have the ccsh behind them to insure plans
being carried out. It is not surprising to see the excellent recep
tion the S2,500,000 drive is receiving. The hospital is a long
ielt need and Miamians are rallying to this cause. Substantial
funds have been pledged in the primary effort. The campaign-
ing will now be coordinated with the Federation Combined Jew-
ish Appeal in seeking the additional fund. Much emphasis
will also be placed upon receiving contributions of our visitors
who will share in the hospitcl's facilities.
The community thanks go out to all of those whose tireless
efforts hcve brought the campaign this far with the knowledge
and confident assurance their efforts will continue and culmi-
nate in a complete success.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Not ell communities were fortunate enough to have personal
representation at the World Zionist Congress. Greater Miami
was doubly fortunate in that its delegates were also active com-
mittee members ana dominant behind the scenes.
Our cz'.e Zionists have returned from Basle with information
thct ;s valuable to Zionists and the entire Jewish community.
We suggest your attendance at the mass meeting Tuesday end
Other events"-; which the delegates will make the:: reports.
Too much stress car..-.:: ire clarer! upon the Palestine problem
as :: affects American crcd world Jewry. Only an informed
public car. art wisely,
WELCOME NATIONAL OFFICER
MORE SHAME
The book review contest sponsors the Bureau :: Jewish
Education -~ conjunction with local : realizations is reported
t: be a complete failure This :s -de second annual attempt by
tde bureau "- simulate activity ana interest La Jewish literature.
croused by the respective heeds :: iese institutions to make
the contest a culture, ar.d educational project :: which there
this := sot the ".y failure along cultural lines. Seventeen
of Miami's prominent Jewish organizations banded tcaether as
the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee ere on the verge
of isir.r forced to discontinue the current series. No cocoerc-
tion-no enthusiasmno attendance, '.'.'hat a shame for c
cosmopolitan city as curs with such a large Jewish population.
Executives of the Miami and Miami Beach chapters of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Women's division, welcomed National
Vice President Mrs. Thomas Brusk (center) last Thursday at a
meeting held at the home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin. 849 Lenox ave.
Pictured with Mrs. Brusk are Mrs'. Louis Glasser (left), presi-
dent of the Beach chapter, and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, president
of the Town group.
BRITISH PLAN MARTIAL LAW FOR PALESTINE
(Cont -'-'-' m PaQt 1
emphasized at a meeting of the
executive of the Jewish Nation-
al council here at which Isaac
Ben Zvi. president, gave a re-
port on the talks held with
Gurr.ey.
n executiv
;. -\
tl
menu
t: r; ..: ing the h -t
searches last week. Similai re-
ports were ->n of'
Aviv,
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A res 1 iti ''- sha ply ndemn-
ing the attacks on 3: itish mil
installati r- was
Tel Aviv mui At thi
:ided
to subrr.it to governn ithori-
ties a protest troops'
with :.: ing int
dwellings of innocent
wounding a number them. It
also emphasized that ting of
Jewisl me a fre-
qui .-.
TORTVre CHARGED
The Ha,; lio, "V .:e of
I ing to
the ext that the "Yishuv's
patience is already exhausted" by
the c -...:... ten or which
brmg disasti ... Jewish
munity, it warned the J
population that the British mili-
tary forces are preparing act. as
will lend aid the ex-
tremists' propaganda. The an-
nouncer appealed to the auth ri-
ties to realize that it was
sible to solve the Palestine prob-
lem against the will of the J
people and in opposition to the
spirit cf Zionis
The lrgun Zvai Leurr
castins on its underground trans-
mitter. -Voice of Fighting Zion.-'
admitted that it had carried out
last week's country-wide attacks
and charged that one of its mem-
bers who was captured in a taxi
was "cold bloodedly killed" by
the British. The announcer said
that three other rr.en apprehend-
ed at the same time were taken
to a mihtary camp where they
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the road between
Rosh Pinna, in north-
n Pal
WISE'S STATEMENT
(Contirjed from Pag, 1)
Llt,le- -: -' nsid. ration, was
to the question: "What
I be done to end
Sn : lence and unrea-
son0" "
He charged that "no little
fact thai
' I Palestinian dele-
gates ovei ;ed the part
ZOA in raising the
S100.000.000 relief fund of th.
Appeal, and. tl
ed to the demands of
*5 Z0A '' ;' c n
ZOA s role in the UJA, Dr W
declared: "It may truly be said
it aided little, but it raided
ncing his resignation
the ZOA leadership. Dr
' "I do not. I cannot
Wlth- m Zionism, but I
n all office in the
zation of America."
Dr- V.i?.. |, however, that
thing th t happened at the
ess, however un-
worthy, must be permitted to af-
fect the impression that we are
at one in our demands upon the
British Government" for a Jew-
!SaLStr'ICuf,e0 imm'Stin and
land purchases, fulfillment of the
Balfour declaration and the Man-
ZOA's ANSWER
Z : -: ued '-: m Page ')
n. is Dr ''"> 's inl
: on thi Zi nist Organ
I A-: the statement con-
"Grand ; fight
it th in
: le to
-
litical defeat wit I I
"One specific and thorou
tion f 1 Wisi
must t> met, th< i
er of th gn it and

tie and rai It uni-
m and r. t ; nil
that 1 though
ni vi nting 1
American Je\ -ry, v
been th< rr >1 g< r.
the Z O.A -
ment
"It is tiu General Zionisl

into the commoi
the United Palestii
h Appeal

in Pali All th.
ve always, ai
had such spi
Gene: I Zionisl
ngt!
of the Basle C tigress" it ex-
cluded.

INTERRACIAL NOTE .
By PRtSEAS J. BIROS
Pushing |
crow,
we V


of Abies Irish, Rose" .
told us thai tl
for Demoi
terracial organ.. tion .
ing R_ 000
out the r-
girl handed us
party being gi,
l!>n( AYD
big thrill
nmfcame for us,
of student Irafted on.
numb, N
a communitj ]{.. '"
selection was /
which you should
popular Palestine B ,or .
MIAMIANS SAY ZOA
GAINED AT CONGRESS
f Continued from Page 1)
Asked if the Congress had uni-
fied the various factions of dele-
Goodman said he believes
so. although it did not seem so
r. the surface while he was at
since each side
rth its own ideology.
"But when a final decision was
all of the delegates were
cooperative." he said, cm-
tzing the new spirit of co-
had resulted at the

' 'ke to Mr. Good-
he had just finished telc-
Dr. Silver, who con-
lan's belief that fu-
tion indicated.
tish interest in the Congress
i by Broad, who be-
were
i by British spies,
were
rity of
were Re-
tes repeat-
led foi immediate ag-
- Pal. -tine. Broad
tated that the Pai-
ring fast to
may have
tent of show-
ent of the
patienl h
-i that Britain
le the best pos-
Ul now
uld be impractical
. '-- Jewish poaiUon.
' i busy ;,t
Mr
finance
- Broad work!
I mdustrv
" *hich dealt with
: .f the two
e the ah.
eounSy
I by Mrs
ad.
Kaplan Defeats Two
For Y Presidency
Leon Kaplan was elected presi.
dent of the Miami Y during the
annual meeting Wednesday night
at Temple Israel. He defeated
E. Albert Pallot .-. 'ed
and Abe Gold- !
man.
Other officers
chosen Wednes-
day were Max
R. Silver, vice
president; Sam
Seitlin, secre-
tary, and Dave
Brown, treas-
urer.
Henry Jacobson, Harry"sch?
wartz and Jack Apte won three-
year terms on the board of di-
rectors.
One-year terms on the board
went to E. Albert Pallot, Ben
Essen, Stanley C. Myers, Eugene
Weiss, Mrs. Ben Essen, Seymour
Simon, Jake Sher, Herbert Scher,
Joseph Bermann, Murray Coulton,'
Sam Beckman, Charles H. Cohen,
Ben Markowitz, Sam Kratish, Mrs'.
Leon Kaplan, Theodore Sakowitz.
Leon Lieberman, Nat Blum-
berg, M. J. Kopelowitz. Paul
Sobel, Nat Gans, Sidney Lefcourt,
Mrs. Maurice Sager. Al Berko-
witz, Leonard Jacobus. Al Reis-
man and Abe Goldman.
This will be Kaplan's first full
term as president. He was elect-
ed from the vice presidency when
George Chertkof resigned several
months ago.
Plans Washington Trip
>rWash-
irls 'activiue, f Bnai B "th
Goodman Aids Zionist
Search for Camp Site
Inspection of sites for the pro-
posed Southeastern B r a n d e i s
camp will be made this weekend
by S. A. Goodman. Miami Beach
realtor, and Macey Kronsberg of
Charleston, S. C who were re-
cently appointed by Abe Berko-
witz of Birmingham, Southeast-
ern Zionist president.
Goodman, a member of the
founders' committee for the camp,
will fly to Asheville, N. C. to-
day to meet Kronsberg and Dr.
Shlomo Bardin, director of the
Brandeis camp. Winterdale, Pa.
The drive to establish the Zion-
ist youth camp in the South was
begun at the ninth annual con-
ference of the Southeastern Zion-
ist region in Miami Beach in
November.
Ed Singer of Miami Beach was
appointed chairman of a campaign
to raise $175,000 in the region for
the establishment of the camp.
The Southern camp will follow
the principles of the first Brandeis
camp which was started over five
years ago at Winterdale through
the initiative of the late Supreme
Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis.
Over 750 young men and women
have attended the institute.
A campaign to establish a camp
in each region of the United
States has been launched by the
National Zionist Youth commis-
sion, since the Winterdale insti-
tute can accommodate only 200
campers a year, Goodman said.
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PAGE FOUR *J enisf fkridfa £_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, ig 47 Editorial NOT SURPRISING Mt. Sinai hospital will soon become more than an idea. The blueprints will have the ccsh behind them to insure plans being carried out. It is not surprising to see the excellent recep tion the S2,500,000 drive is receiving. The hospital is a long ielt need and Miamians are rallying to this cause. Substantial funds have been pledged in the primary effort. The campaigning will now be coordinated with the Federation Combined Jewish Appeal in seeking the additional fund. Much emphasis will also be placed upon receiving contributions of our visitors who will share in the hospitcl's facilities. The community %  thanks go out to all of those whose tireless efforts hcve brought the campaign this far with the knowledge and confident assurance their efforts will continue and culminate in a complete success. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Not ell communities were fortunate enough to have personal representation at the World Zionist Congress. Greater Miami was doubly fortunate in that its delegates were also active committee members ana dominant behind the scenes. Our cz'.e Zionists have returned from Basle with information thct ;s valuable to Zionists and the entire Jewish community. We suggest your attendance at the mass meeting Tuesday end Other events"-; which the delegates will make the:: reports. Too much stress car..-.:: ire clarer! upon the Palestine problem as :: affects American crcd world Jewry. Only an informed public car. art wisely, WELCOME NATIONAL OFFICER MORE SHAME The book review contest sponsors the Bureau :: Jewish Education -~ conjunction with local : realizations is reported t: be a complete failure This :s -de second annual attempt by tde bureau "simulate activity ana interest La Jewish literature. croused by the respective heeds :: iese institutions to make the contest a culture, ar.d educational project :: which there this := sot the ".y failure along cultural lines. Seventeen of Miami's prominent Jewish organizations banded tcaether as the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee ere on the verge of isir.r forced to discontinue the current series. No cocoerction—-no enthusiasm—no attendance, '.'.'hat a shame for c cosmopolitan city as curs with such a large Jewish population. Executives of the Miami and Miami Beach chapters of American Jewish Congress, Women's division, welcomed National Vice President Mrs. Thomas Brusk (center) last Thursday at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin. 849 Lenox ave. Pictured with Mrs. Brusk are Mrs'. Louis Glasser (left), president of the Beach chapter, and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, president of the Town group. BRITISH PLAN MARTIAL LAW FOR PALESTINE (Cont %  -'-'-' m PaQt 1 emphasized at a meeting of the executive of the Jewish National council here at which Isaac Ben Zvi. president, gave a report on the talks held with Gurr.ey. n executiv ;. • %  \ tl menu t: r ; ..: ing the h %  -t • searches last week. Similai reports were %  ->n of' Aviv, • A res 1 iti %  'sha ply ndemning the attacks on 3: itish mil installati r„was Tel Aviv mui At thi :ided to subrr.it to governn ithorities a protest troops' with :.: ing int dwellings of innocent wounding a number • them. It also emphasized that ting of Jewisl me a frequi .-.• TORTVRE CHARGED The Ha,; lio, "V .:e of I ing to the ext that the "Yishuv's patience is already exhausted" by the c -.•..:... ten or which brmg disasti •... Jewish munity, it warned the J population that the British military forces are preparing act. as • will lend aid '• the extremists' propaganda. The announcer appealed to the auth rities to realize that it was sible to solve the Palestine problem against the will of the J people and in opposition to the spirit cf Zionis The lrgun Zvai Leurr castins on its underground transmitter. -Voice of Fighting Zion. admitted that it had carried out last week's country-wide attacks and charged that one of its members who was captured in a taxi was "cold bloodedly killed" by the British. The announcer said that three other rr.en apprehended at the same time were taken to a mihtary camp where they ilting in nd I k n limbs 1 of 1 £ 1 A F : thi %  Ik -.: in pairs Th:? %  n sol%  A landmir front J. s Pel An •' %  • %  r nt ff % %  .-ACT an : %  %  i 1 I. Ni blast. ••vi red and the road between Rosh Pinna, in northn Pal WISE'S STATEMENT (Contirjed from Pag, 1) Llt,le : %  %  nsid. ration, was • to the question: "What I be done to end Sn : lence and unreason 0 He charged that "no little fact thai • •"• % %  I Palestinian delegates ovei ;ed the part ZOA in raising the S100.000.000 relief fund of th. Appeal, and. tl ed to the demands of *5 Z0A '' ; c n ZOA s role in the UJA, Dr W declared: "It may truly be said it aided little, but it raided ncing his resignation the ZOA leadership. Dr %  "I do not. I cannot Wlth m Zionism, but I n all office in the zation of America." DrV.i?.. |, however, that •• thing th t happened at the ess, however unworthy, must be permitted to affect the impression that we are at one in our demands upon the British Government" for a Jew! S aL Str IC u f,e0 imm 'S !" ti„n and land purchases, fulfillment of the Balfour declaration and the ManZOA's ANSWER Z : -: ued '-: m Page ') %  n. is Dr '•'•"> %  's inl : on thi Zi nist Organ I A-: the statement con"Grand ; fight it th in : le to • litical defeat wit I I "One specific and thorou tion f 1 Wisi must t> met, th< i •er of th gn it and %  • %  tie and rai It unim and r. t ; nil that 1 though ni vi nting 1 American Je\ ry, v been th< rr >1 g< r. the Z O.A ment "It is tiu General Zionisl • into the commoi the United Palestii h Appeal • in Pali All th. ve always, ai had such spi Gene: I Zionisl ngt! of the Basle C tigress" it excluded. INTERRACIAL NOTE By PRtSEAS J. BIROS Pushing | crow, we V %  • of Abies Irish, Rose" told us thai tl for Demoi terracial organ..• ti on ing R_ 000 out the r%  girl handed us party being gi, l!> n( AYD big thrill nmfcame for us, of student Irafted on. numb, N a communitj ]{ .. '" selection was % %  / which you should %  popular Palestine B or£ MIAMIANS SAY ZOA GAINED AT CONGRESS f Continued from Page 1) Asked if the Congress had unified the various factions of deleGoodman said he believes so. although it did not seem so r. the surface while he was at since each side rth its own ideology. "But when a final decision was all of the delegates were cooperative." he said, cmtzing the new spirit of cohad resulted at the %  'ke to Mr. Goodhe had just finished telcDr. Silver, who conlan's belief that fution indicated. tish interest in the Congress • %  i by Broad, who bewere i by British spies, were rity of were Retes repeatled foi immediate agPal. -tine. Broad tated that the Pairing fast to may have tent of showent of the patienl h -i that Britain le the best posUl now uld be impractical • %  % %  %  Jewish poaiUon. '• • %  i busy ; ,t Mr finance Broad work! I mdustrv *hich dealt with : .f the two e the ah. %  eounSy I by Mrs ad. Kaplan Defeats Two For Y Presidency Leon Kaplan was elected pres i. dent of the Miami Y during the annual meeting Wednesday night at Temple Israel. He defeated E. Albert Pallot —„.. ed and Abe Gold! man. Other officers chosen Wednesday were Max R. Silver, vice president; Sam Seitlin, secretary, and Dave Brown, treasurer. Henry Jacobson, Harry"sch? wartz and Jack Apte won threeyear terms on the board of directors. One-year terms on the board went to E. Albert Pallot, Ben Essen, Stanley C. Myers, Eugene Weiss, Mrs. Ben Essen, Seymour Simon, Jake Sher, Herbert Scher, Joseph Bermann, Murray Coulton,' Sam Beckman, Charles H. Cohen, Ben Markowitz, Sam Kratish, Mrs'. Leon Kaplan, Theodore Sakowitz. Leon Lieberman, Nat Blumberg, M. J. Kopelowitz. Paul Sobel, Nat Gans, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Maurice Sager. Al Berkowitz, Leonard Jacobus. Al Reisman and Abe Goldman. This will be Kaplan's first full term as president. He was elected from the vice presidency when George Chertkof resigned several months ago. Plans Washington Trip >rWashirls 'activiue, f Bnai B "th Goodman Aids Zionist Search for Camp Site Inspection of sites for the proposed Southeastern B r a n d e i s camp will be made this weekend by S. A. Goodman. Miami Beach realtor, and Macey Kronsberg of Charleston, S. C who were recently appointed by Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham, Southeastern Zionist president. Goodman, a member of the founders' committee for the camp, will fly to Asheville, N. C. today to meet Kronsberg and Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the Brandeis camp. Winterdale, Pa. The drive to establish the Zionist youth camp in the South was begun at the ninth annual conference of the Southeastern Zionist region in Miami Beach in November. Ed Singer of Miami Beach was appointed chairman of a campaign to raise $175,000 in the region for the establishment of the camp. The Southern camp will follow the principles of the first Brandeis camp which was started over five years ago at Winterdale through the initiative of the late Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis. Over 750 young men and women have attended the institute. A campaign to establish a camp in each region of the United States has been launched by the National Zionist Youth commission, since the Winterdale institute can accommodate only 200 campers a year, Goodman said. vJewisli fhridlian FLORIDA'S ONLY ANGLO-JEWISH WEEKLY Publithed every Friday i"ce 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami 18, Florida. Entered a aecond-clatl matter July 4, 1930. at the Poat Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewisn Weekly. Member of the Jewish TeleOraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of Enolish-Je* l,n Newspapers, Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 3.00 Two Years 5 Six Months 2 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher RITA E. GROSSMAN New* Editor Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 21 S. W. Second Avenue VOLUME 20 NUMBER 2 Friday, January 10, 1947 TEVZTK 18, 8707


)AY, JANUARY 10, 1947
vJenisii Meridian
PAGE FIVE
imi AJC to Observe
)R Date With Review
ummemorating the birthday of
lklin D. Roosevelt, Mrs. I. M.
nstein will review four books
lit the late president for the
sday Book Digest of the Mi-
Women's division, American
Irish Congress, 2 p.m. Jan. 21
femple Israel.
books she will discuss are
Jpt Roosevelt's "As He Saw
It," Francos Perkins' "The Roose-
I Knew," Louis Adamic's
^pner at the White House," and
& Admiral R. T. Mclntyre's
White House Physician."
Details for the event were made
by board members of AJC Mon-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Jrry Goldman. 2255 S.W. 24th
8t Also planned was a mah
Ottgg and card party to be held
fcvening of Feb. 4 at 1545 S.W.
d st. Mrs. Etta Beck was
Dinted chairman of this af-
^fcntative arrangements were
Be for the donor luncheon
which will be held in conjunction
the Miami Beach group in
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
S. Wise.
I Close Reservations
-Reservations for the annual
fatoer-dance of the Miami sec-
tfoh, National Council of Jewish
Women, will be closed Wednes-
JUstings may be made with Mrs.
Frank Weiss, 734 15th st., or Mrs
I. Rubin, 1415 Collins ave.
The affair is scheduled for the
Colonial Inn Sunday evening, Jan.
19. The regular floor show will
be on hand to entertain Council
members and friends.
Beach Zionists Slate
Address By Delegate
Mami Beach Zionists will hear
a first-hand account of the World
Zionist Congress when Abraham
Goodman speaks on "Personality
and Politics of the Congress" at
a luncheon in the Helene hotel
Wednesday.
The public is invited to the
luncheon. Jack D. Burris, presi-
dent of the Beach Zionist district,
announces.
Shepard Broad who was a dele-
gate to the Congress with Good-
man will broadcast on the weekly
"Palestine Reports" program
sponsored by the district 7:45 p.m.
Sunday on Station WKAT.
Broad and Goodman described
the Congress for 46 directors of
tne district who met at the home
of Oscar Lelchuk, 1226 Lenox av.,
Monday night.
They concluded that Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
has emerged as the outstanding
leader of world Jewry.
Dr. David S. Andron, member-
ship chairman, announced that
the current campaign will be ex-
tended for two weeks and asked
that workers turn in their re-
ports.
To Speak On Marriage
Charles Cohen, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Social Service
tbureau, will speak on the socio-
logical basis of marriage Tuesday
evening at Temple Beth Sholom.
His talk will be the second in
a series of marriage forums spon-
sored by the Temple Fratority.

Cousins to Celebrate
Bar Mitzvas Together
It will be a double celebration
for a pair of young Miami Beach
boys Saturday morning when
Sidney Naness and his cousin,
Charles Hochman, both celebrate
their Bar Mitzvas at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Naness, 1028 Collins ave.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hoch-
man, Surf hotel, 444 Ocean dr., are
inviting their friends to attend
a kiddush following the services.
Sidney and Charles are both
students at the Miami Beach Jun-
ior High school.
JNF Certificates Given
At Anniversary Event
Jewish National Fund golden
book certificates were awarded
at the program held by Club One
of the Pioneer Women's organi-
zation Sunday evening to mark
the 45th anniversary of the JNF.
One certificate was awarded in
absentia to Mrs. Goldie Meir-
son, Palestine labor leader and
Jewish Agency member. Other
honorees were Mrs. Pearl Raid-
man, the club's child rescue fund
chairman, and I. Rosengarten,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Breen, and
Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman.
Mrs. Rose Keil inscibed a certifi-
cate in memory of her late hus-
band.
Other certificates, inscribed for
the Pioneer Women'.s Nachlath
colony in Palestine, were award-
ed to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Shapsen Wool on
their 50th wedding anniversary,
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr.
and Mrs. August and Mrs. Anna
Sorin-Bild.
Mrs. J. Stadlin was chairman of
the program which included ad-
dresses by Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. I.
Rosengarten was cochairman.
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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
MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING
OO. (not Inc.), at 2829 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 in
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W.
12th Ave., Miami, Fin., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida. REBA BALSAM,
12/20-27 1/3-10-17 Sole Owner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name of
ROSE SUNDRIES, at 3 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
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at
45 N. E. L'lst Street, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the ('lerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES T. KORSON.
Sole Owner.
ISAAC JAFFE,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tV engage In
SIXTY MESSM"! n--tlou. nime of
TIPS i"n*OJJ?. STREET PROPER-
i... '. the, OR*" ot Miami. Florida
he ctrk ^len,lhe,sald name wTth
jerry weinstein
benjamin .meyers
Robert brenner
2/20^7ER/^.OV.17H- ra**8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
S Winvpdf.r,4h,0 fictitious name of
I Wr SS.;L'"i MARKET, at 300
r, .-'Bh'h Ave., Miami, Fla., in-
rw* ,f 'SS^ST Ba,'rt "amo wUh ">
Courn,ty.0,F|,o,r1daClrCUlt CUrt <* *
ISAAC JBOFFiAMIN K*OVIK.
vtWSW-S App,,cant-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
$t J* 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
...HAROLU O. VanDAM
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants.
12/13-20-27 1/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BROOKLYN KEEP CO., at 3938 N. W.
lith Ave., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
,.____. ARTHUR BOROK
M^ERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Arthur Borok,
650 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami 32, Florida.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
..NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COTTON DRESS SHOP, at 612 N W
Second Avenue, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the CIr-
MAX R. SILVER. S'6 Wner-
Attorney for Applicant.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
AUGUST BROS Rv7
Is the BE vr.'
u
THE 0/u MANNtNG 'S
SEAF000 RESTAURANT % COCKTAIL LOUNGE
y "THF>FISHWE SERVE TODAY *.
... SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT"
CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN
kjg T-RANK HARNEY, JR., MANAGING DIRECTOR *v
TSCt- OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 1200 NOON >-. \*
1"' S29 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD U
i DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT'1
V/\ FOR RESF.RVATtONS-9-1244 ('.
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
Clork of the Circuit Court of Dada
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. Harklns, holder of County 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:
WJ4 Section 8, Township 53 South.
Range 35 East containing 320 acres
more or less in the County of Dade,
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In 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. 1917.
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/J0.27 1/1-10



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)AY, JANUARY 10, 1947 vJenisii Meridian PAGE FIVE imi AJC to Observe )R Date With Review ummemorating the birthday of lklin D. Roosevelt, Mrs. I. M. nstein will review four books lit the late president for the sday Book Digest of the MiWomen's division, American Irish Congress, 2 p.m. Jan. 21 femple Israel. books she will discuss are Jpt Roosevelt's "As He Saw It," Francos Perkins' "The Roose%  I Knew," Louis Adamic's ^pner at the White House," and & Admiral R. T. Mclntyre's White House Physician." Details for the event were made by board members of AJC Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jrry Goldman. 2255 S.W. 24th 8t Also planned was a mah Ottgg and card party to be held fcvening of Feb. 4 at 1545 S.W. %  d st. Mrs. Etta Beck was Dinted chairman of this af^fcntative arrangements were Be for the donor luncheon which will be held in conjunction %  the Miami Beach group in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise. I Close Reservations -Reservations for the annual fatoer-dance of the Miami sectfoh, National Council of Jewish Women, will be closed WednesJUstings may be made with Mrs. Frank Weiss, 734 15th st., or Mrs I. Rubin, 1415 Collins ave. The affair is scheduled for the Colonial Inn Sunday evening, Jan. 19. The regular floor show will be on hand to entertain Council members and friends. Beach Zionists Slate Address By Delegate Mami Beach Zionists will hear a first-hand account of the World Zionist Congress when Abraham Goodman speaks on "Personality and Politics of the Congress" at a luncheon in the Helene hotel Wednesday. The public is invited to the luncheon. Jack D. Burris, president of the Beach Zionist district, announces. Shepard Broad who was a delegate to the Congress with Goodman will broadcast on the weekly "Palestine Reports" program sponsored by the district 7:45 p.m. Sunday on Station WKAT. Broad and Goodman described the Congress for 46 directors of tne district who met at the home of Oscar Lelchuk, 1226 Lenox av., Monday night. They concluded that Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president of the Zionist Organization of America, has emerged as the outstanding leader of world Jewry. Dr. David S. Andron, membership chairman, announced that the current campaign will be extended for two weeks and asked that workers turn in their reports. To Speak On Marriage Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service tbureau, will speak on the sociological basis of marriage Tuesday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. His talk will be the second in a series of marriage forums sponsored by the Temple Fratority. Cousins to Celebrate Bar Mitzvas Together It will be a double celebration for a pair of young Miami Beach boys Saturday morning when Sidney Naness and his cousin, Charles Hochman, both celebrate their Bar Mitzvas at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Naness, 1028 Collins ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hochman, Surf hotel, 444 Ocean dr., are inviting their friends to attend a kiddush following the services. Sidney and Charles are both students at the Miami Beach Junior High school. JNF Certificates Given At Anniversary Event Jewish National Fund golden book certificates were awarded at the program held by Club One of the Pioneer Women's organization Sunday evening to mark the 45th anniversary of the JNF. One certificate was awarded in absentia to Mrs. Goldie Meirson, Palestine labor leader and Jewish Agency member. Other honorees were Mrs. Pearl Raidman, the club's child rescue fund chairman, and I. Rosengarten, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Breen, and Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman. Mrs. Rose Keil inscibed a certificate in memory of her late husband. Other certificates, inscribed for the Pioneer Women'.s Nachlath colony in Palestine, were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Shapsen Wool on their 50th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. August and Mrs. Anna Sorin-Bild. Mrs. J. Stadlin was chairman of the program which included addresses by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. I. Rosengarten was cochairman. NOTICE ATTENTION! Calling all users of Buttons, Pressing Room Supplies, Finishing Room Supplies, Tailors, Cleaners, Laundries, Dressmakers, Garment Manufacturers, Hotels, Notion Stores, Department Stores and kindred lines. TOU WILL FIND ANY ITEM YOU NEED UNDER ONE ROOF BAIN — The Trimming Man I 4% Cash Discount When This Ad Is Brought or Mailed You Owe It To Yourself — For Your Savings! 162 West Flagler Street Relining DIXIE'S modern scientific brake service adds greater safety to your car. Longer tire wear. No grabbing in wet weather. Assures equal braking action on all four wheels. Expert WHEEL ALIGNMENT Careful TIRE INSPECTION An examination NOW may reveal faulty alignment or dangerous tire cuts and bruises. Save time and money with Dixie check-up and service. Five Convenient Neighborhood Stations PIXIE TIRE CO '•^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 5327 X. Miami Ave, 8539 N. W. 17th Ave. ,101 8. W. First Street 915 Fifth Street Phone 5-SM9 1840 Alton Koad Phone 5-97M Electrical -Appliances for tb<> Horn*' Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TONY'S RESTAURANT, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. TONY JACOVIDES ALFRED KREISI.ER, SI 8 Reynold Bldg. Miami. Florida Attorney-at-Law. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In the restaurant business under the fictitious name of BAHAMA, at 3890 N. W. Third Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL HY.MAN PHILIP R. WARSHAW Co-partners. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicant. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SANITARY GROCERY & DELIUATESSEN, at 1410 S. W. 6th Street* Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MORRIS CENZAR. MYERS. HEIMAN & KSSLAN?"' i/ S A So o -i7-r4 8 .3 f i orApi,i,cant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PEPPER'S SURPLUS & SALVAGE, at 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami, Honda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS PEPPER FANNY PEPPER MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 ,. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at 1415 N K. 2nd Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado Countv, Florida NATHAN ZK1SEL, 1/10-17-24-31 S 16 Wner Ask for U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In S?,, n SSSUB JULIUS NADLER ELLIS SAMESS WIIM .„ BERTHA SAMESS WILLIAM L. I'ALLOT, A t t or e y for Applicant, 1^14 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A ,V LA F A .T TA H PROPERTIES "> th e City of Miami, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANN MEYERS WEINSTEIN ANNA BRENNER MEYERS 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. (not inc.), In the City of Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING J. PLASKOFF EDWARD H. LEVIN, 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 MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING OO. (not Inc.), at 2829 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 in business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fin., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. REBA BALSAM, 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 Sole Owner. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of ROSE SUNDRIES, at 3 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 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at 45 N. E. L'lst Street, Intends to register said name with the ('lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES T. KORSON. Sole Owner. ISAAC JAFFE, Attorney for Applicant. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tV engage In SIXTY MESSM"! n--tlou. nime of TIPS i"n*£ OJ J?. STREET PROPERi... „'. the OR*" ot Miami. Florida he ctrk ^ le n, lhe sald name wTth JERRY WEINSTEIN BENJAMIN .MEYERS ROBERT BRENNER %  2/20^7 ER /^.O V .17 H ra !" **8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in S •Winvp d f. r ,4 h 0 fictitious name of I Wr £SS.£ ;L '" i MARKET, at 300 r„, .-'Bh'h Ave., Miami, Fla., inrw* ,f 'SS^ST Ba ,' rt amo wUh "> Cou r n ty. 0, F| o r1da ClrCUlt C Urt <* %  ISAAC J B OFFi AMIN K *OVIK. vtWSW-S App,,cant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of $„t J* B ATTERi ES 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 .„..„ H AROLU O. VanDAM ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants. 12/13-20-27 1/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BROOKLYN KEEP CO., at 3938 N. W. lith Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ,.„ ARTHUR BOROK M^ERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Arthur Borok, 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32, Florida. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 ..NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of COTTON DRESS SHOP, at 612 N W Second Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the CIrMAX R. SILVER. S 6 Wner Attorney for Applicant. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 AUGUST BROS Rv7 Is the BE vr.' u THE 0/uFISHWE SERVE TODAY *. ... SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN k jg T-RANK HARNEY, JR., MANAGING DIRECTOR *v TSCtOPEN EVERY DAY FROM 1200 NOON „>-. \* 1"' S29 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD U i DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT' 1 %  V/\ FOR RESF.RVATtONS9 -1244 ('. 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 Clork of the Circuit Court of Dada 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. Harklns, holder of County 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: WJ4 Section 8, Township 53 South. Range 35 East containing 320 acres more or less in the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In 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. 1917. 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/J0.27 1/1-10



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PAGE FOUR vjenistfkrrt/ar FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 Editorial NOT SURPRISING Mt. Sine: hospital will soon become more than an idea. The blueprints will have the ccsh behind them to insure plans being carried out. It is not surprising to see the excellent recep tion the S2.50CC00 drive is receiving. The hospital is a long felt need and Micrr.iar.s axe rallying to this cause. Substantial funds have been pledged in the primary ettcrt. The ccmpaign-1 ing v.-.ll new be cccrdincted with the Federation Combined Jew ish Appeal in seeking the additional fund. Much emphasis will also be placed upon receiving contributions of our visitors who will sharein the hospitals facilities. The community's thanks go cut to all of those whose tireless efforts heve brought the campaign this fax with -he knowledge end coniiden: assurance :h~_r errors will — r.-ir.ue and culminate in a complete success. WELCOME NATIONAL OFFICER FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Not all communities were fcrtunaie er.cuah to have personal represer.tat.cn a: the World Zionist Congress. Greater Miami was coublv ro.-:ur.a e m that 1".= delegate* were clso active comrr.."ee members and dominant behind the scenes. Our cble Zionists have returned from Basle with information that is valuable to Zionists and the er.ure Jewish co mm u n ity. We sucaes: your aver.danoe a: the mass meeting Tuesaay and .-: events at whioh the delegates %  •'• %  ill make rheir reports. Too much stress cannot be placea upon the Palestine rroblem as it affeo-s American ana world Jewry. Only an mtormed puni.e can act wisely. MORE SHAME The bock review contest spcr.scro v the Bureau of Jewish ication in conjunction with .: is is reported to be a complete failure. This is the set end annual attempt by, the bureau to stimuia-e activity and interest in >-.vish literature. Allowances were made last year when 5nly "-'. entries vied foi Orange Bowl tickets. It was hekevc-u tnat a start had neen made. This year the rev.entries "eh : Blame for this lack of paruc.cation can he placed athe accr of the bureau for not having st.muiated more interest. Surely sufficient Rejs and Sunday school participation could have been aroused lev the respective heads 0: these institutions tc make tne contest a cultural and educational projed of v.'hioh there is c real dearth.. This is not -he only failure along cultural lines. Seventeen of Miami ; prominent Jewish organizations banded tocerher as ZOA's ANSWER Greater Miami Jewish Cultural ccrr.mit-ee are on the verge '_ %  %  -. -..-.-. from P.I 3 D ing forced to discontinue the current series. No coopercpinioi I nkinfi tion -no enthusiasm no a-c-ndanoe. What a sheme for c att :-: n th< Zionist cosmopolitan City as cure with such a large Jewish population. '•'•' Iced if the Congress had unitinued. -Grand ol [ii d the various factions of deledman said he believes BRITISH PLAN MARTIAL LAW FOR PALESTINE h it did not seem so ble t n the surface while he was at Executives oi the Miami and Miami Beach chapters of American Jewish Congress, Women's division, welcomed National Vice President Mrs. Thomas Brusk 'center) last Thursday at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin, 849 Lenox ave. Pictured with Mrs. Brusk are Mrs'. Louis Glasser (left), president of the Beach chapter, and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, president of the Town group. MIAMIANS SAY ZOA GAINED AT CONGRESS (Continued from Page 1) Kaplan Defeats Two For Y Presidency Leon Kaplan was elected president of the Miami Y during the annual meeting Wednesday night at Temple Israel. He defeated E. Albert Pallot and Abe Goldman. Other officers chosen Wednesday were Max R. Silver, vice president; Sam Seitlin, secretary, and Dave Brown, treasurer. Henry Jacobson, Harry Sch-" wartz and Jack Apte won threeyear terms on the board of directors. One-year terms on the board went to E. Albert Pallot, Ben Essen, Stanley C. Myers. Eugene Weiss, Mrs. Ben Essen. Seymour Simon, Jake Sher. Herbert Scher, Joseph Bermann. Murray Coulton, Sam Beckman, Charles H. Cohen, Ben Markowitz. Sam Kratish. Mrs. !. %  n Kaplan, Theodore Sak Leon Lieberman, Nat Blumberg, M. J. Kopelowitz. Paul S-bel. Nat Gans. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Maurice Sager. Al Berkowitz, Leonard Jacobus, Al Reisman and Abe Goldman. This will be Kaplan's first full term as president. He was elected from the vice presidency when George Chertkof resigned several months ago. • tu: i • %  brok r. err.phai:zec ;: = -i~::r.? :: executive -; •-. Jevrisfe )•-:.:al cour.c:i here U --.:'.. ----Ben Zv. preaideel T-.T = •h port or. tha tafia btU wili Gurr.ey. Th' ... • men: %  searches last week. S. ports were 1 n ancil in "I Aviv : • A resolution sha pi :..-.-'• Israel ;." ing the attacv. n British • r. %  • bv rr.ili' 'front pothe C :.:ess. since each side :• t without flamii ht forth its own ideology. "But when a final decision was "Oni tic and thor. hed, all of the delegates \ -" %  tion of Di live," he said. met, hasizing the new spirit of co• : that had resulted at the %  %  %  'vorld pa: li p ike to Mr. Good• r.ds "aided lit%  i much.' It is unil not d %  ": %  n< n'. 7. •. • though ruing • %  • %  thiesl in An %  %  :. .' %  contribuhad just finished teleDr. Silver, wh 1 conbelief that future 1 tion was indicated. Bi itish interest in the Congress n ti d by Broad, who beinstallations v. Tel A • At tl same time, I Pinna, in noi thto submit to governm nl ties a proti t .... that 1 eedii I z ; • %  • itched by Bntish spies dwellings of innocent cit WISE'S STATEMENT It is 1 Zionists fin'.:•• for inl th : %  til %  wen in Palestine, a majority of taken prisoner were Rette agtionin Pal( tini B • lovnlntHAil awellmgS 01 innocent cm: ana Continued from Page 1) •• •'. %  • • %  wouno:ng a nu It %  nsideration „ shares for thi lonizatioi zed that looting ol lestion Wl • %  '• All othei ; e itated that the Paine to tine problei ing f ;ist to quent occurrence during soarche %  "• %  '•'an The Congn may have %  'nisi ted it to the extent of shownt of the TORTURE CHARGED that -.little evil Goodman Aids Zionist Search for Camp Site Inspection of sites for the proposed Southeastern Brandeis camp will be made this weekend by S. A. Goodman, Miami Beach realt -. and Macey Kronsberg of Charleston, S. C. who wi cently appointed by Abe Beikowitz of Birmingham, Southeastern Zionist president. Goodman, a member of the founders' committee for the camp, will fly to Asheville. N. C. today to meet Kronsberg and Dr. Shlomo Bardin. director of the Brandos camp. Winterdale. Pa. The drive to establish the Z:^n:.-t y..uth camp in the South was at the ninth annual conference of the Southeastern Zionist :r^ion in Miami Beach in :ber. Ed Singer of Miami Beach was appointed chairman of a campaign to raise $175,000 in the region for the establishment of the camp. The Southern camp will follow the principles of the first Brandeis camp which was started over five years ago at Winterdale through the initiative of the late Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis. Over 750 young men and women have attended the institute. A campaign to establish a camp in each region of the United States has been launched by the National Zionist Youth commission, since the Winterdale institute can accommodate only 200 campers a year, Goodman said. TV, IT, -. _,u _, j;„ ,.T;., r t • *- n.av ji'j I.lut.evil -.|-.%. v^. ill'lll OI 1 -'.•.... fact that the nouncer appealed to the author:muc h ties to realize that it was "imp-Announcing his resignation sible to solve the Palestine probf "" j / T a res '*natior, lem against the will of the Jewish wE '-,d? d, n T P Dr r>,.,.r.i„ -.^,i .„ s.r.^-..:... .v. vvise Salci I do not. I canno! people and in opposition to the spirit of Zionism." The lrgun Zvai Leumi, broadcasting on its underground transmitter, "Voice of Fighting Zion." admitted that it had carried out last week's country-wide attacks and charged that one of its members who was captured in a taxi was "cold bloodedly killed" by the British. The announcer said that three other men apprehended at the same time were taken to a military camp where they of "Abie's Irish Rose" They told_us that v.. 'it New V rk's Americ •• Ynuti and industry ; > which dealt with Problerns on expansion of the two %  the abI th,count". %  at one in our demands upon the British Government" f.,r a Jewish state, free immigration and land purchases, fulfillment ,.f the Balfour declaration and the Mandate. .popular Palestinian Wk^g^V^S^^est of vJenisli tJcrkfiam FLORIDA'S ONLY ANOLOJEWISH WEEKLY Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewieh Floridian at 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July %  1930. at the Post Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 13.00 Two Years' S5.00 Six Months 1 200 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher RITA E. GROSSMAN Newa Editor Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 21 S. W. Second Avenue VOLUME 20 NUMBER 2 Friday, January 10, 1947 TEVETH 18, 8707



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)AY, JANUARY 10, 1947 iami AJC to Observe )R Date With Review Commemorating the birthday of anklin D. Roosevelt, Mrs. I. M. pinstein will review four books out the late president for the esday Book Digest of the Mi' Women's division, American wish Congress, 2 p.m. Jan. 21 [Temple Israel. the books she will discuss are liot Roosevelt's "As He Saw Frances Perkins' "The Roose8t I Knew," Louis Adamic's firmer at the White House," and _Ce Admiral R. T. Mclntyre's "White Hnu.se Physician." %  k-tails for the event were made ^B board members of AJC Mon^mr afternoon at the home of Mrs. *-ry Goldman, 2255 S.W. 24th Also planned was a mah ^gg and card party to be held i evening of Feb. 4 at 1545 S.W. Ilrd st. Mrs. Etta Beck was pointed chairman of this aftentative arrangements were ide for the donor luncheon ich will be held in conjunction •With the Miami Beach group in B> or of Dr and Mr sStephen •.Wise. *knislilThridlian PAGE FIVE Close Reservations Reservations for the annual tier-dance of the Miami secNational Council of Jewish fien, will be closed Wedncs^JUtings may be made with Mrs. Fnink Weiss, 734 15th st., or Mrs L Rubin. 1415 Collins ave. %  he affair is scheduled for the %  bnial Inn Sunday evening, Jan. i The regular floor show will Be on hand to entertain Council numbers and friends. Beach Zionists Slate Address By Delegate Mami Beach Zionists will hear a first-hand account of the World Zionist Congress when Abraham Goodman speaks on "Personality and Politics of the Congress" at a luncheon in the Helene hotel Wednesday. The public is invited to the luncheon, Jack D. Burris, president of the Beach Zionist district, announces. Shepard Broad who was a delegate to the Congress with Goodman will broadcast on the weekly "Palestine Reports" program sponsored by the district 7:45 p.m. Sunday on Station WKAT. Broad and Goodman described the Congress for 46 directors of toe district who met at the home of Oscar Lelchuk, 1226 Lenox av., Monday night. They concluded that Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president of the Zionist Organization of America, has emerged as the outstanding leader of world Jewry. Dr. David S. Andron, membership chairman, announced that the current campaign will be extended for two weeks and asked that workers turn in their reports. To Speak On Marriage Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service bureau, will speak on the sociological basis of marriage Tuesday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. His talk will be the second in a %  tries of marriage forums spon%  d by the Temple Fratority. Cousins to Celebrate Bar Mitzvas Together It will be a double celebration for a pair of young Miami Beach boys Saturday morning when Sidney Naness and his cousin, Charles Hochman, both celebrate their Bar Mitzvas at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Naness, 1028 Collins ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hochman, Surf hotel, 444 Ocean dr., are inviting their friends to attend a kiddush following the services. Sidney and Charles are both students at the Miami Beach Junior High school. JNF Certificates Given At Anniversary Event Jewish National Fund golden book certificates were awarded at the program held by Club One of the Pioneer Women's organization Sunday evening to mark the 45th anniversary of the JNF. One certificate was awarded in absentia to Mrs. Goldie Meirson, Palestine labor leader and Jewish Agency member. Other honorees were Mrs. Pearl Raidman, the club's child rescue fund chairman, and I. Rosengarten, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Breen, and Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman. Mrs. Rose Keil inscibed a certificate in memory of her late husband. Other certificates, inscribed for the Pioneer Women's Nachlath colony in Palestine, were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Shapsen Wool on their 50th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. August and Mrs. Anna Sorin-Bild. Mrs. J. Stadlin was chairman of the program which included addresses by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. I. Rosengarten was cochairman. LEOA1* IfOTIGB ATTENTION! i Calling all users of Buttons. Pressing Room Supplies, Finishing Room Supplies, Tailors, Cleaners, Laundries, Dress%  makers. 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First Street MS? 945 Fifth Street Phone 5-5*09 1840 Alton Roa4 Phone 5 BT4 Electrical Appliances for tb< Horn* 1 NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TONY'S IIKSTACRANT, Intends to register the said name with the Olerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TONY JACOVIDES ALFRED KREISLER, SIS Reynold Hldg. Miami, Florida Attorney-at-Iaw. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in the restaurant business under the fictitious name of ItAHAMA, at 3S90 N. W. Third Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL HY.MAN rim.ii' it. WAitsiiAW Co-partners, HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicant. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SANITARY GROCERY & DELK3ATESSEN, at 1410 S. W. 6th Street* Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MORRIS CENZAR, MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN?"' l/3 A ioT7-2 y 4 8 -3 f l r AP "" Cant NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PEPPER'S SURPLUS & SALVAGE, at 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. MORRIS PEPPER FANNY PEPPER MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT Ask lor U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7h Avenue MIAMI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of si INS II INF. SANDWICH CO., at 1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida NATHAN ZEISK1,. i/iQ-17-24-31 Boto Owner. NOTICK IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in mT 8 i n a e S U 5 der l hp 'l-t'tlous name of ?H$ B & m 2 SANDWICH SHOPS, at 1415 N E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit (Jourt of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ZELSEL. 1/10-17-24-31 S e Wner NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALLAPATTAH PROPERTIES, in the City of Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANN MEYERS WEINSTEIN ANNA BRENNER MEYERS 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in uU i-Kt', e > S ,?,^,1 der the <--tltloua name of KLNDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144 b. W. Eighth Street, intends to regster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,.„„ HENRY 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 BBS?" £&&*• fictitious name of TMV S 01 £> IANA RESTAURANT. SUiSL 1 £. W ,27tn Av enue. Miami wi?h ,hJAJ en d V !' e :,8,er sa'd name ni„. £ e a erk ,, f ,he Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUDOLF BEGEEST ...~„ MARTHA BEGEEST AMOS BENJAMIN, Attorney for Rudolf & Martha Begeest, u/WX&V^M laml NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND EA'lHAST, at 161.0 S W 8th St. Cou r n,y? f F.orida CirCUlt Urt f Dade JULIUS NADLER ELLIS SAM ESS „......„ BERTHA SAMESS WILLIAM L. PALLOT, A .. t t rn ev for Applicant, 1214 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE I'O. (not Inc.), In the City of Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING J. PLASKOFF 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 HURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING OO. (not Inc.), at 2829 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 In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W. 12th Ave.. Miami, Fla.. Intends to reKlster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. REBA BALSAM. 12/20-27 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, at 3 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 NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at 45 N. E. L'lst Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES T. KoRSON, Sole Owner. ISAAC JAFFE. Attorney for Applicant. l/in-17-24-31 2/7 ,t,H?Ji CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In svTv'^v n .? e v ,he Bot&ou. MUM Of TIES in^^. STRBBW PROPER. i„. „'. ,ne Cltv ot Miami. Florida the Clerk or B ,h ,t T-, ,h V ald name '"" Coun,y. rk M orld h a e Cto ,il C Urt f Dad JERRY WEINSTEIN BENJAMIN MEYERS ROBERT BRENNER NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in 9i"il?5ii^S d f l ; lne '• %  !" o" S -^"^E CURB MARKET, at 300 ?:J •. K| Bhth Ave., Miami. Fla.. in55528 f fS^. a 1 1 amo wlth "• ^unV%or1da C,rCUU < Dado ISAAC JOFFE^"* K TOVlW. 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 S f J* 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 in business under the fictitious name of BROOKLYN BEEF CO., at 3938 N. W. I.th Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. .. ARTHUR BOROK MYERS. HEIMAN Ai KAPLAN, Attorneys for Arthur Borok, 650 Seybold Bid*.. Miami 32, Florida. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COTTON DRESS SHOP, at 612 N. W. Second Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ANNA H. LEIHOW1TZ, MAX R. SILVER. S '" Wner Attorney for Applicant. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 AUGUST BROS RvJ I %  fhK Jr vr/ is the BE sr i. THE 0AifUt*f MANNtNG 'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE ^ THE FISH WE SERVE TO-DAY 5LEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" €HARC0AL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN p : "VJji £ FRANK HARNEY, JR, MANAGING DIRECTOR jk f •fj* %  j/r^ 1 OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 12 00 NOON • \*sJ? (I


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• ^/£^8t3jg&&t *§£$£ 99I •£ KS^'* PAGE six +Je*istntridte£_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1347 PERSONALLY SPEAKING (Continued from Pas* 2) Returning to Vienna at the end of the month will be Leonard Lieberman, who has been home from Europe on a 30-day leave. Stationed in Europe ior the past four years on U. S. government business, Mr. Lieberman has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Doro Lieberman. 330 N. W. First st He will leave Miami on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer celebrated their silver; wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon with a reception at Kaplan hall for their friends i ... Dr. and Mrs. Leo Kupper returned Sunday from a trip to, San Juan, Cuba, and South; America. When Richard Alan Shapiro observed his Bar Mitzva at Temple Beth Sholom Saturday morning he wore the full dress uniform of Bolles Academy, w&ich he attends at Jacksonville, Fla. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shapiro, of New Rochelle, N. Y., and 5238 Alton rd., tendered a dinner at Ciro's Saturday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. C. Iserzog of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. J. Schulder, Rcbbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish and Cantor end Mrs. Sarr.uel Ke'.erner c: Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests were Mr. end Mrs. J. Rubin Mr. z-~ Mrs. A. 'Molokoff and Richard s sisters, Miss Caryl Shcpiro and Mrs. Beatrice Orrr.s'.y, afl c: New Rochelle; Miss Alice Linker Miss S. Wekman, Mr and Mrs. William Schechter Mr. and Mrs. I. Chrincer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Greenspan. Mr. zr.d Ma Jack Linker, Mr. and Mrs. M. Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. I. Stein Mr. and Mrs. J. Lasse: Dr. and Mrs. J. Trackman, all of New York; Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. Gevirts, Sccrsdcle; Mr. end Mrs. S. Sessler Bcstcr. Mr. and Mrs. M. Unger Greenwich AJC Calls for Unity In Immigration Fight NEW YORK (JTA)—The American Jewish conference has called upon its 63 affiliated organizations to drop all independent campaigns for the admittance of 100.000 displaced persons to the United States under the immigration quotas which were not used during the war years, and to rallv behind the newly-created National Citizenship committee on Displaced Persons headed by Earl Harrison. American member of the Intergovernmental C remittee on Refugees. No Martial Law Plan. Says Colonial Office LONDON. (JTA)-No decision has been taken to impow martial law in Palestine, or to launch punitive expeditions against Jewish settlements there, a spokesman for the Colonial Office told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency ihis wek. He said that military measures were not discussed in London, but admitted that such measures had been considered in Palestine. Weiss Heads School* Milton Weiss of Miami Beach was elected chairman of the Dade I county school board Tuesday. An attorney, Weiss has been a mem'ber of he school board for three I consecutive terms. Hto present 'term will expire in 1948. WANTED Young lady with bookkeeping experience. Apply Sunny Brook Creamery, Inc. 79 N. W. 20th Street HAVANA ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT 47? 57JH plua Tax For Immediate Reservation) Wylly's Tour 8 — Phone — 514 Collins AT*.. Miami Beach 58-2176 S-7MS OPEN EVENINGS Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Michaelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. Al Besen, Mr. and Mrs. Julien Appere, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lirori. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schulner, Mr. end Mrs. Raymond Feiner, Mr. end Mrs. Irving Kcnof, Mr. end Mrs. Julius Gross Mr. end Mrs. Louis G^::rr.er. Mr. cr.d Mrs. Mnurire Lichtman, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lv:cn, Mr. end Mrs. Lester Rur:r:. Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldrr.ar.. H/inn and Roy Shapiro. Brocklvn. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the recer. Brisim of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Author :>: .e a-:t Ei'.itu y Pras)riiwed NAT G A NS Met-:r: :?• L 'e '-. Cs. 07 B M Ph. 1.14 ayne B ej. 4 or 4.MJOINT RECITAL ZVEE S C O O L E R Dramatist BENJAMIN Z E M A C H Dancer Sunday, January 12th 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach Senior High School Tickets: $1.00 plus tax Auspices Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Comm-.ttee TO OUR MANY FRIENDS ON THE BEACH WE HAVE MOVED TO MIAMI BLY & DALE GARAGE Automobile Repairs 145 S. W. First Street PHONE 3-9500 DOUBLE ROOM FOR RENT Suitable for one cr two persons Breakfast Privileges No Other Rocn-.ers Telephone 3-2935 2103 S. W. 11th Street Greyhound Races %  %  at Beautitul HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of Gulfstreom Pork and One Mile Sour* of Hollywood 3e Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second ond Third Races Ctfvtis^e* Minors' 2Se TRANSPORTATION -(ft-9 •'la.*.—tip,*** Service by o togmi LJM froiK 218 N. I. *• 'om t.3C ft. Loader. 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>AY, JANUARY 10, 1947 +JewlsHk)rXUari PAGE SEVEN i. Goodman to Speak Zionist Congress [A first-hand analysis of the forld Zionist Congress will be |ven by Mrs. Abraham Goodan, president of the Miami each group of Hadassah, when lie organization meets at 1:30 \.m. Monday in the National hotel litorium. Mrs. Goodman returned this jM W mm %  mk m;A ww*u 1 • • %  %  MRS. GOODMAN %  w eek from Basle, Switzerland, where she attended the 22nd &f World Zionist Congress. | Mrs. Leo Chaikin, chairman of 'toe child welfare program, will Introduce a damatization based on the functions of the project which helps to keep the infant mortality rate in Palestine among the lowest in the world and to maintain other standards of child c*re. '*Mrs. Chaikin advises that Hadaasah's program includes the support and administration of Few Tickets Available For Opera Performance A few tickets to the Jan. 14th performance of "La Boheme" are still available at the Sholem lodge office, 330 Seybold bldg., according to Marx Feinberg, chairman of the B'nai B'rith opera party. Members of the Miami lodge are arranging parties to attend the Miami Opera Guild performance Tuesday at the Miami Senior High school. The production will feature Metropolitan opera stars. Feinberg, who is president of the Guild's chorus, will portray a minor role in the opera. JCRS Plans Donor Event Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives' Relief society will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center to plan for the donor luncheon to be held Feb. 12 at the Beachcomber. Mrs. William Levine, chairman, has requested members to bring in ad journal accounts. Mrs. Rose Levey will preside. nearly 50 child welfare stations, 40 playgrounds, the daily feeding through a school luncheon project of 30,000 children and the supervision of health in the schools in Palestine where almost 100,000 youngsters come regularly for examinations. Also on the program Monday Will be a political Zionist report by Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, program chairman, will introduce a musical interlude. Middle-Aged Woman Wanted As Houseworker. Family of Two Adults Can Sleep In or Out Call 5-1929 1 LUMBER Metal Products, Paint. Insulation and Building Material JACK CROUCH — FRANK DAVENPORT Phone 2-1520 TREATMENT OF ALCOHOLISM ANNOUNCEMENT May we bring to your attention the opening of the Miami Health Haven which will have a unit devoted exclusively to the treatment of ALCOLHOLISM (Excessive drinking) using modern, proven and accepted methods. THE CHRONIC ALCOHOLIC IS A SICK PERSON sick from a definite and demonstrable disease and at such, deserves careful understanding medical and psychological treatment. Should you refer someone for treatment, their alcoholic problem will be efficiently and confidentially handled. Anyone entrusted in our care will receive what we believe to be the most dependable and conscientious treatment offered and thus accelerate their rehabilitation. Following treatment, we suggest affuiatinq with the group Alcoholics Anonymous. Full information will be given upon request, or if you prefer a member of our staff will call on you. Members: Research Council on Problems of Alcohol. MIAMI HEALTH HAVEN 2927 Blacoyne Boulevard Miami 37, Florida Phone 3-2004 Brownies Change Site Brownies of the Miami Y will change the site of their meeting to the home of Mrs. Milton Stone, 2825 S.W. Seventh ave., as of 4 p.m. next Wednesday afternoon. Seventeen Brownies went on a picnic Sunday at Matheson Hammock with Mr. and Mrs. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Saks and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sterling. The fathers grilled the hot dogs and mothers helped pop corn. Refreshments were provided by the Miami Service league which supervises scouting projects at the Y. STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board GOOD LOCATION REASONABLE PRICES Also Reservations for Dinner S. SMULIN & SONS 1348 S. W. 2nd Street Phone 3-7539 Beach AJC To Present Fifth Book Review Fifth in the series of this season's Friday Reviews will feature a discussion of John P. Marquand's "B. F.'s Daughter" at 1:30 p.m. today in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The review, sponsored by the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress, will be given by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of AH Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN Part of the proceeds from the sale of books in the lobby will be devoted to AJC projects, according to Mrs. Leonard Kimball, chairman of the series. Mrs. Frank Weiss is cochairman. JOINT RECITAL ZVEE SCOOLER Dramatist BENJAMIN Z E M A C H Dancer Sunday, January 12th 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach Senior High School Tickets: $1.00 plus tax Auspices Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Committee MEETING ENDS THURSDAY TOP HEADLINERS Saturday, January 11 $10,000 ADDED Tropical Handicap • Thursday, January 16 $15,000 ADDED Double Event (Second Section) Tropical Park is the CLOSEST RACE TRACK to CORAL GABLES or DOWNTOWN MIAMI • • • POST TIME: 1:30 P.M. DIRECT-TO-TRACK BUS AND SEDAN FROM ALL POINTS • • Special FREE BUS SERVICE From Corner of BIRD and RED ROADS • • • Eight Races Daily with DAILY DOUBLE 1st and 2nd Races .,*•£*''/ %  < LOCATED ON BIRD ROAD* WEST OF BILTMORE TOWER



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PAGE EIGHT *Jewist fhrkHati FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. 194? %  1 i c CJA Trades Leaders Meet With Sail. Scher Preliminary to the March 2 opening of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's annual campaign, 50 leaders of the 1947 trades division met at the Federation office last night with Ned Sail and Herbert Scher, who have accepted cochairmanship of the division. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the $1,309,741 campaign for 54 agencies, addressed the meeting. Myers is conferring with business and professional leaders and will shortly announce a list of chairmen for approximately 60 trades and professions. Circle To Install New Branch Sunday Installation of the Workmen's Circle branch 692Y, English speaking division, will be marked at a banquet and 1 concert at 7 p.m. Sunday at the circle's lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Officers to be installed are Paul Katz, president; Jack Cobern, financial secretary; Mrs. William Brody, corresponding secretary; William Brody, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Katz, recording secretary; Mrs. L. Sadoff, hospitaler; Felix Rosenthal, membership chairman. The new group meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at the lyceum. Talianoff to Review "Songs of Friendship" "Songs of Friendship." Irving Caesar's new book, will be reviewed for B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge 1:30 p.m. Tuesday by George J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of the AntiDefamation league. Mrs. Jean Silverman and Mrs. Max Bergman, vice presidents, will be installed and new members will be initiated. Marx Feinberg will sing several of the Caesar songs. Mrs. William Danziger is arranging the program. Beach Y Intramurals High scores were chalked up Sunday when Beach Y teams played three games in the intramural basketball league. The Comets beat the Jesters 37 to 29 in the opener with Feit of the Comets leading with 11 points. When the Playboys bested the Royal Palms 54-18, Schwartzburg and Peters of the winning team tied for scoring honors with 16 points each. The Comets took their second win of the day over the Royal Palms 61 to 32 with Magid of Royal Palms taking scoring honors with 16 points. "Cola" Facts! THROUGH OUR DOORS THE FINEST PEOPLE IN THIS CITY PASS IN ONLY TO PASS OUT! ziaawra Tbtattztn IT49 N. MIAMI AVE. J Miami's Bdorr Fiji HOUM MEETING CALLED TO TRIM JSSB BUDGET Budget committee members of the Jewish Social Service bureau will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Beth David to trim the family agency's budget from the $55,000 preliminary figure submitted to Community Chest four months ago. Following the failure of the Chest to reach its $785,000 goal, member agencies were requested to revise their budgets by Jan. 31. JSSB had asked the Chest for $51,702 of its budget originally. Herb Scher. chairman of the JSSB budget committee, will submit his group's recommendations to the bureau's board of directors at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Beach Y. It is expected that the JSSB and other Chest agencies will have to take about a 30 per cent cut from preliminary budget estimates since the Chest campaign has realized only about 70 per cent of the total requested by member agencies. JSSB's case committee will meet on Monday, Jan. 20. Rabbi Eisendrath Describes Visit to UN By HERMAN BINDER Delivering his first post-presidential address at Temple Israel. Rabbi Eisendrath. recently elected president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, graphically related incidents which transpired during his attendance at the United Nations conference in Paris. Recognizing the lack of the brotherly lo\'e spirit existing in world politics, but withall, realistic to the prevailing diplomatic conditions. Rabbi Eisendrath deplored the circumstances permitting other minority groups the privilege of personally presenting their petitions to the various delegated committees but refusing to recognize similar Jewish representatives despite universal knowledge of the Jews' suffering and tribulations. "But," said the rabbi, "Jews must not, cannot and will not lose hope. There is now, and unquestionably will continue to be a glimmer of light." Rabbi Eisendrath was an official representative at the International Conference of Christians and Jews, held at Oxford. England, where more than 150 delegates representing 15 nations organized on a tentative basis the International Council of Christians and Jews, having as its first objective, in Zurick, Switzerland a workshop of anti-Semitism Permanent headquarters will be established in Paris. During their visit to Miami. Rabbi and Mrs. Eisendrath were houseguests of Mrs. Eisendrath's brother-in-law and sister, Mr :md Mrs. Joseph A. Garfield, 842 Mrs. Rabinowitz Named AJC Party Chairman Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz was named chairman of the card and mah jongg party which the Miami Beach'Women's division of the American Jewish Congress will sponsor Jan. 28 at the National hotel. She was appointed during a board meeting last week at which Mrs. Thomas Brusk. national vice president, described the over-all program of AJC. Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, chairman of the victory journal, announced that the Miami group is joining the Beach group in preparing the journal and planning the luncheon which AJC will tender for Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wise, in March. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin is chairman of the Miami journal workers. Representing the Beach group on the journal committee are Mrs. Rabinowitz and Mrs. Sue Greenberg. Mrs. Jerome Kimball. membership chairman, announced that the Beach has 710 members, an increase of 280 over last April. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Beach president, reported on the work of AJC in combatting discrimination in professional schools. Pioneer Women Slate Annual Donor Dinner Sunday, March 16th will be the date of the eighth annual donor dinner to be sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president of Club One, announced this week. A national speaker will address the gathering at the Helene hotel dining room. A kosher dinner will be served. RABBI TO BROADCAST Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman of Temple Israel will participate in the anniversary broadcast of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews at 7 p.m. Saturday over Station WIOD. Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection X GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER „ c 5-3444 41st Street and Prcdrie Ave.. Miami Beach TRULY NOLEK. Pr-Um* Uou ake uuuied to a Federation Rally Honoring 1946 Campaign Workers AT THE LATIN QUARTER PALM ISLAND MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY. JAN. 12th 3:00 to 5:00 P. M. • ENTERTAINMENT REFRESHMENTS AWARDS • GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Folk Chorus Begins Cultural Forum Series History of the Jewish sontf was the theme of the first in a series of cultural forums sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus. The series was inaugurated Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fcldman. 77 N.E. 100th st. Conductor Mallek of the Chicago Jewish Folk Chorus described the evolution of the Jewish song emphasizing the transition from the days when singing was limited to those ordained to sing. He was introduced by Esther Norris, manager of the local chorus. Persons interested in attending future forums of the Chorus may write to the secretary, Mrs. Irving Birnberg, 1745 S.W. Sixth st. To Aid Sanitorium Deboi ah Jewish Tuberculosis Sanitorium of New Jersey will benefit from the card party the Miami Workmen's Circle Women's club will hold at the labor .lyceum, 25 Washington ave., on Jan. 27. Here in the interest of the sanitorium, Nathan Lebedinsky spoke to the club recently on the work of the institution. LIQUOR BAR PACKAGE STORE FOR SALE BY OWNER EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR QUICK SALE. WELL ESTABLISHED. WONDERFUL LOCATION. 12138 BISCAYNE BLVD. CHARLES KELEMEN JOINT RECITAL ZVEE S C O O L E R Dramatist BENJAMIN Z E M A C H Dancer Sunday, January 12th 8:30 P.M. i Miami Beach Senior High School Tickets: $1.00 plus tax Auspices Greater Miami I Jciciali Cultural Committee NEW LOCATION i i i MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP : 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS ; — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 1 PIR ANNUM* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Tha F.diral Savings an d Loan Insurance Corporation in.ur.i individual account, up to $5,000. 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1IDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 • 'JewishncrHian ESS THAN 2,000 OF 27,000 JEWS [SURVIVE WAR IN POLISH TOWN Only 1,656 Jewish residents of* Calish, Poland, are known to be alive today out of a pre-war JewBh population of 27,000. And the Survivors are sorely in need of relief supplies. This is the information received by the service to the foreign born department of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women, which has a list of the survivors available to Miamians inerested in contacting them. The list, received through HAS, gives names and present addresses of survivors registered vith the Jewish community of Calish, Mrs. Max Finkelstein, Executive secretary of the service to the foreign, reported this veek. A letter written by Alexander "Jarguis, chairman, and Moishe Jlashkovitsky, secretary, of the Palish committee, states that "a Considerable number of Jews have left and today we have with us about 400 Jews, who are inending to remain here." The survivors who were registered had "spent much time in the bunkers, in the forest, as partisans and in the concentration camps, as well as living under lake arian names. Lately, some Repatriates have been coming in rom the Soviet Union." The two men wrote that the ommittee has established a kitchen which accommodates 225 ersons for mid-day meals. "The packages which we are tceiving from America are used feed 67 children and seven old nd sick invalids. We also have school where we teach 27 chilren. The committee also oraized a first aid station where %  give medical aid. We employ free doctors and one dentist," ey wrote. ["Everything would be all right I our thoughts and little energy |ill left in us would be used uner normal circumstances. Unrtunately, though, we are still png victimized and how long this continue? Haven't we Offered enough? We desire to like all human beings, to live uietly as the rest of the people," aey concluded. Relief in the form of food and lothing packages may be sent pther to an individual in care of be committee or to the commititself for general distribution, Irs. Finkelstein said. Packages hay be addressed to Alexander larguis, Chairman, Okregowy pjmitet Zydowski, PI. 11 Listoada 15, Kalisz, Poland. Save A Life League To See Film At Tea Work of the Los Angeles Tuberculosis Sanatorium and Medical Center will be shown in a motion picture during the membership tea to be held by the Greater Miami chapter of the Save a Life league at the Bancroft hotel, 2 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Jack Simon, past president of the Pittsburgh Save a Life, and Miss Nina Feldman of Cleveland, field representative for the Sanatorium, will participate in the program. Women joining at the meeting Sunday will become charter members. Officers of the local chapter for 1947 are Mrs. A. Kauffman, president; Mrs. F. Freeman, Mrs. Ryna Kahn, vice presidents; Mrs. Mary Ziff, financial secretary; Mrs. Elsie Mazor, treasurer; Mrs. Louise Gumberg, secretary; Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Sitzkin, trustees. Horse Show to Benefit Drum and Bugle Corps More than 200 horses and 125 young and adult riders will compete in the 30-class, two-program Bridle and Saddle Club of Miami Springs horse show Jan. 18 and 19 at the Hytone Acres ring in Hialeah, 747 East Ninth st. The shows on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon are being staged for the benefit of the Greater Miami Boys' Drum and Bugle corps. Thirteen of the classes featuring the children's and high school classes will be held on Saturday night starting at 7:45 p.m., while the major classes including the top stakes will be presented Sunday afternoon starting at 1 p.m. More than $2,000 in cash prizes, trophies and ribbons will be awarded. PAGE NINE IN THE MAIL Dear Sir: I have read with amazement the callous attitude of the Federation Budget "heads" in their refusal of four local Organizations, sanctioned by the Federation for funds that they deemed necessary to carry on their growing functions in a fast growing Jewish Community. It was not so very long ago, that we hailed the formation of a Federation, to co-ordinate and eliminate the hundreds of individual "drives" that befell the city yearly. I am beginning to believe that the Federation Leaders are evolving into a soulless corporation, with a new conception of "Tsdaka" which is certainly not Jewish in character. They have already created a flare of resentment, which does not contribute much on the eve of a MILLION DOLLAR Drive. To correct that condition, I would advise the Federation Leaders to call a special Budget meeting immediately, so that we can all "pitch in" to make this DRIVE a whole hearted success. Sincerely, HYMAN SOOTIN, 230 N.W. Second Ave. FURNISHED ROOM Kitchen Privileges Phone For Refined Jewish Couple Phone 78-7159 Rabbi from New York Speaks Here Wednesday Rabbi Abraham J. Bick, spiritual leader of the Haym Solomon synagogue of New York, will speak at the Central Beach Elementary school, Washington ave. and 14th st., at 8 p.m. Wednesday. His topic will be "The Fate of the Jewish People in Europe, Palestine and the Soviet Union." A question and discussion period will follow his talk. The event will be sponsored by the American Birobidjan Committee of Greater Miami. Admission will be 50 cents. Dear Mr. Shochet: It gives me pleasure to enclose a resolution, which was unanimously passed by the regional conference at its sessions in Miami Beach. With kindest personal regards and Zion's Greetings, I am Cordially yours, ADALBERT FREEDMAN. SOUTHEASTERN ZIONIST REGION A RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED by the delegates to the Ninth Annual Conference of the Southeastern Zionist Region that a special vote of thanks be extended Mr. Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, for his part in giving the conference splendid publicity and in presiding at the press institute, conducted during the sessions of the conference. ABE BERKOWITZ, President. ATTEST: ADALBERT FREEDMAN, Conference Secretary. Y Begins Intramurals Miami Y basketball teams opened play in the intramural league Monday night with AZA 517 (Sigma Rho) defeating the Five by Five outfit by a 16-10 margin. Games scheduled next week at the Y include Dux vs. Five by Five, 7:30 p.m., and AZA 322A vs. AZA 517, 8:30 p.m., Monday, and AZA 322B vs. Independents, 7:30 p.m., and Dux vs. AZA 322A, 8:30 p.m., Tuesday. No admission is charged to spectators. 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I %  1 PAGE TEN Jewistflcndiain DEVOTES LIFE TO (The name of Dr. Chaim in the field of the Zionist movement. In 1 07 %  .ui:_u ~ ii> 7innisi movement, in Chaim Weizmann was born on Nov. z/. 1874, in Motol, government of Pinsk, Russia. He received the traditional education of a Jewish youth. At the age of 11 he was sent to the technical school in Pinsk, at the same time continuing his Hebrew studies. At 17 he left for Germany and studied at the Universities of Freiburg, Berlin and Geneva from 9 was "already the discoverer of many important chemical processes and at the same Ume a rising figure in the Jewish world Weizmann, from early youth, displayed a yearning for Eretz Israel. In that he was qreatly influenced by the ferven Zionis _i_„ ...u.. WMI living ai preacher, Masliansky, who was which'he was graduated in 1900 as doctor f^lSi SKS-h of chemistry. He served as instructor in ached himself to^Mas !" Y jfi d chemistry in the Geneva university for the propaganca.for Hibas *on w three years then was appointed as lecturer raising for this cause; J^ 1S J as ^ j Zion at Victoria university, Manchester. England, first activity in the field of practical ^ion later becoming professor of chemistry there, ism. remarkably first in the field of bio-chemistry and second Weizmann at the age of 11. ... the only place for founding a Hebrew university in the Jew is in Palestine, that he Jerusalem. He was a strong opBeach Home Group Plans New Member Reception New members' day will be observed by the Miami Beach Woman's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged at a dessert luncheon meeting Jan. 21 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Harry Kraff. soprano, will sing several selections accompanied by Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will preside. Mrs. Benjamin Appel and Mrs. Joseph Kane, membership chairmen, will receive the guests. will dream always of Palestine." At the end of the letter he says: "the Jews will have to accomplish this restoration themselves, they cannot rely on anybody, but if assistance ever did come from anywhere, it will come from England." Beth David to Begin Minstrel Show Casting Seeking hometown talent for its April minstrel show, the Beth David Sisterhood is scheduling a "testing party" at the synagogue for 8 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Harry Gordon is in charge of the event. Beth David members have been invited to attend regardless of whether they think they have talent. Next meeting of the Sisterhood will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Beth David with Mrs. Joseph Bermann presiding. Mrs Bernard Sterling has requested rep< rts from workers on the napkin project. Mrs. Bart Entertains Temple Sisterhood Mrs. Jan Bart will entertain the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Temple, according to Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president. ponent of the Uganda project. In the controversy between the practical and political Zionists he took I the middle ground. The practical Zionists, usually called the democratic faction, opposed the policy of devoting all Zionist efforts to political activity and waiting for diplomatic salvation. They, strongly influenced by Ahad Ha-Am, aimed at the promotion of a more revolutionary, more deeply rooted nationalism, a greater degree of democracy in the leadership of the movement and a program of day by day activity of a cultural nature throughout the diaspora. Weixmann was for a fusion of the two trends of thought and coined the term "Synthetic Zionism." In the First World War, Weizmann's contribution to the military efforts of England and her allies enabled him to establish contacts with the foremost statesmen of the time. Lloyd George has borne testimony to the value of Weizmann's process for the manufacture of acetone and toluene, starting materials for TNT, at the time of the munitions crisis during the war. Lloyd George related how Weizmann refused all rewards or honors for himself and asked only for recognition of the Jewish National Home. The Balfour declaration for the creation a cultural youtn group, h homeland was ah. It was a forerunner ,.. ... .,_ Undoubtedly, he was influenced by Disraeli's stories ur.d George Eliot's "Daniel Deronda" which he read in the Hebrew translations. In his student years in Berlin. Weizmann was one of the organizers of K„dima Following the issuance of the Balfour declaration on Nov. 17. 1917, though holding no official mandate from the Zionist organisation, Weixmann became the universally recognised leader. In March, 1918, he went to Palestine as the head of a Zionist commission. On July 21, 1918. he laid the foundation of the Hebrew university on Mount Scopus On Feb. 27, 1919, he, with Sokolow and Ussishkin, appeared at the Paris peace conference to plead the cause of Zionism. In 1923 he began the long and difficult negotiations with leading American Jews which six years later resulted in the creation of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Since 1921, with an interruption of four years, he served as president of the World Zionist organization and of the Jewish Agency since its establishment. • • • At 72, Weizmann is harassed by many afflictions. The war claimed the supreme sacrifice of his RAF pilot son; it brought about the brutal extermination of millions of Jews whom he loved and in whose behalf he devoted a lifetime of struggle. The war left in its wake the remnant of European Jewry homeless and helpless and the gates of Palestine are closed. At the recent 22nd World Zionist Congress he encountered strong opposition and his reelection to the presidency of the World Zionist organization was left in abeyance. David Ben-Gurion in his closing speech referred to Weizmann as "that great Jew of our generation whose place in Jewish history does not depend on his reelection or otherwise, to whose credit stands a great politcal achievement—the Balfour declaration—and whose life has been closely intertwined with the fruiton of the Zionist cause." FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 19 47 NEW DRAMA COACH Ruth Payenson, who holds a master's degree in dramatics, is new coach of the Miami Y dramatics club. Miss Payenson is rehearsing the Miami Y Players in "Out of the Frying Pan" on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Persons interested in dramatics, especially men, are invited to join the group. Y. League Leaders, Slate Game Monday Varsity team of the Beach Y, which was leading the Miami Beach men's basketball league until Wednesday, will play the Swank Shop team Monday evening at the Miami Beach High school. The Y team had won three games and lost none before playing Kiddie Town Wednesday night. n FOR A HEALTHIER MIAMI SUPPORT MT. SINAI HOSPITAL DRIVE! for REiT CONVAUSCLHU sCHRomcCjam TLLanu. un-Ray Park a Ith He sort MIAMI w.riAGecn %  >• 10 -co. %  BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS NOW1 of the cultural question, a bone of largely due t0 his efforts ;ion at the beginning of modern Zionism. The appearance of Theodor] Herzl aroused Weizmann's e-r.thusiasrr. and he joined the p 1 • %  '-•Mrs. Kogan has announced the cal Zionist movement at once. At j appointment of several new memthe second Zionist Congress he bers of the advisory committee.' was very active in framing the I They are the Mesdames Irving policy of the Colonial Bank. At' Becker. Leon Ell, Joseph Fenias. the fourth Congress he became Emanuel Goldstrich, Louis Krenthe leading spirit or. the cultural sky, David Phillips and Simon; question in Zionism. He joined Wolff'the proponents of the idea of Trans Caribbean DC4 FOUR ENGINE LUXURY SERVICE NON-STOP New York 5 l A Hours *jwi|ijwn *'* v ** Rabbi Joseph L RackoTsky 1520 S. w. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 ••• FOR IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS P1IOXE 3-3455 TRANS-CARIBBEAN AIRWAYS C ^r710S.W.I2tfcAV.MIAMH L.TU. JJ4J/_J 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FINE FUNERAL SERVICE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach EDWARD T. NEWMAN Funeral Director ABE EISENBERG, Treasurer In New York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Are. 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UDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 *• Jewish fieri din n PAGE ELEVEN SUleefaiy. a$ QAtaleA, Miami UoubeAoft UloAiAip, ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington are funi Beach, Rabbi MOMS Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder. i., E2?* y ev % ni ££ l rvi u e ? f} 5 : 1 5 pm Late Fridav n 'g ht ior m at 8.30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "In Search of A Name," %  the problem of the identification of the Jew in his exilic environment. Cantor Feder will lead in the communal singing. Sabbath I5?r'\ r mn 5 si !" 0 ?; 5 „ 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "In [With the New. Intermediate services, 9 a.m., under the supervision of board of education. Junior congregation, 10 a.m., under the [supervision nf Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddish of refreshments served to both youth groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner and a l&isierhood committee. Bible stuuy ai 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman I in charge Mincha at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi IJMescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at 6 10 Ip.m. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky. w Friday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday, 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 the Rabbi will discuss the portion of the week and conduct Shalos ?udos singing. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m. followed by a class n Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish aws and customs. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 7lh • % e., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. i J£* b £ los shabbos 5:3 P-m. Friday evenine forum. 8:30 p.m. iabbi Orauer will speak on "Jewish Education: Its Problem and Solution. Sabbath services, 8:30 a. m. Junior services. 9:30 a. m.. conducted by Abraham Gross at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. EmanUel Karger and Mrs. Fred Ochs as hostesses. Mincha. 4:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Sudos. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday. iponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green. Mrs. Ochs and Mrs. Leo lotenberg will be hostesses. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami, llabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. % ^ate Friday evening services, 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Beth David choir Ipder the direction at Louis Powesky. Rabbi Amram Prero, nalonal director of boys work for the B'nai B'rith Youth organization, rill discuss the subject "No Suicide for Hans." B'nai B'rith youth l-oups of Greater Miami will present a program and be hosts at ke Oneg Snabbat in the auditorium immediately after the services uv a SHarrv Markowitz have donated the floral offering. Bbbath services, 8:30 a. m., students' service. 10:30 a. m. Saturday ar Mitzva breaklast club, sponsored by the P-TA. 8:45 a. m. Sunday .MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami jpacn. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach the subject "We Face the Challenge." Cantor J. Goldring will ^nt the service assisted by the Center choir. On Saturday mornt, the rabbi will preach on the weekly portion of the law. Charles n of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hochman, and Sidney, son of Mr. and rs. Albert Naness. will celebrate their Bar Mitzvas. AZA-BBGMitzva breakfast, Sunday morning, 9 a.m., with Judge Harold Spaet, president of the Home for the Aged, as guest speaker Tial director of boys' work for the B'nai B'rith Youth organization REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. ritman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. i Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. The Rev. Donald Douds. manof the Community church of Miami Shores, will be guest speakMembers of the church have been invited to the service and reception in their honor. Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the serce and explain Jewish ritual objects and the service to visiting lurch members. The Rev. Douds is returning Rabbi Zwitman's pit to the church. Hostesses at the reception will be Mrs. Lake Men Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Mrs. Samuel J. Weinstein and Mrs. SidKu A r u novltz : Mrs Martin Spilka will light the Sabbath candles, pbbatn morning services, 11 a.m. Saturday. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, bi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Just back from Switzerland, hepard Broad will speak on the 22nd World Zionist Congress *nch he attended in Basle. Rabbi Kronish will conduct the servand introduce the guest speaker with a brief explanation of the pngress Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m.. Saturday, will include a spell birthday service honoring all children in the Religious school Hose birthdays occur in January. Following the service, a birthday ncheon will be held at Frances Powell's restaurant, 525 41st st ntor Kelemer will render the musical portions at all services Council Raises Half Of Oral School Quota Half of the year's budget for the Alexander Graham Bell Oral School was realised at a dozen teas held last Friday by members of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers reported that the teas had aroused a great deal of interest in Council's project to aid the hard-ofhearing. Contributions are still being received from members she said, and future fund raising affairs are being planned to support the school for preschool deaf children. Dr. Silver Is Pleased With Congress Results BASLE, (JTA)—The resolutions adopted by the 22nd World Zionist Congress were "a clear reflection of the true convictions of world Jewry" and the new executive "will carry out faithfully the letter and spirit of the resolutions," Dr. Silver said in an exclusive interview with the Jewish Telegraph Agency before leaving Basle. "The Congress was a difficult one, meeting after seven years and with all the shattering events which took place in Jewish life,' Silver said. "It also met at the most critical time in the history of the movement, the situation in Palestine being what it is and the manifest tension and strain. Nevertheless, it emerged with a clear line and directives. "The Congress was characterized by courage, vision and determination," he continued. "The delegates thought the movement needed a new direction and a new leadership. The resolutions were clear and reflected the true conviction of world Jewry. It was a responsible Congress. 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L HRST AVENUE TEL 3 6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST end LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United Stales Sisterhood to Fete Rabbi On Anniversary Rabbi Max Shapiro will enter his 15th year of service to Beth David congregation next week and to mark the occasion the Sisterhood will honor him at a public reception 8 p.m. Wednesday evening at the synagogue. New officers of the congregation, headed by Louis Heiman, president, will be installed at that time. Sisterhood Schedules Night of Stars Event Prominent theatrical personalities appearing in Greater Miami will participate in the Feb. 9 "Night of Stars" show to be sponsored by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Plans for the event were made Tuesday at a board meeting at which Mrs. Harry Genet, 1036 Michigan ave., was hostess. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president, and Mrs. Irwin Makovsky are chairmen of the affair with Mrs. Rose Weiss and Mrs. Oenet serving on the arrangements committee. Next meeting of the Sisterhood's general membership will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Beth Jacob community building when Harold Shapiro will be guest speaker. Entertainment will be provided by Herbert Silver and Miss Gertrude Ardell. singers, who will be accompanied by Miss Lillian Weinberg. U. S. Seen Essential To Palestine Solution NEW YORK (JTA) — United States action for the solution of the Palestine problem is essential, Representative Joseph Clark Baldwin and new Representative Jacob K. Javits declared upon their return from Palestine where they studied Arab-Jewish relations. Baldwin urged the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine which would embrace as Palestinian citizens the displaced Jews who are now in camps in Europe. He said he would "submit a written report to President Truman on his fact-finding trip. Mr. Javits predicted that the 80th Congress will be called upon to deal with the Palestine issue. Zionists Form Chorus Organization of a singing society is being sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission, according to A. P. Gannes, program chairman. The choral group meets each Tuesday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. Young men and women over 18 years may join. Frishman Names Aides Arthur Frishman. chairman of the Beach B'nai B'rith installation dinner dance, has appointed Godfrey Newman and Harry Zukernick to assist him in arranging the affair. The Latin Quarter will be the scene of the event Sunday evening, Jan. 26. The regular night club floor show will entertain the lodge. Quality Good Products Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phone 2-6141 I72S N. W. 7th Avenue BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. V. Miami Court • PHONE 34924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK... 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• PAGE TWELVE +JeistFkridi3r_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 CAST ANNOUNCED FOR YIDDISH NITE Cast for the Yiddish Nite musical comedy Sholem lodge of B'na: B'rith will sponsor Feb. 9 was announced this week by Charles R. Jacobson. executive secretary. Rehearing under the tutelage of Ben Essen, producer and director, are Leo Ackerman. Abe Aronovitz. Marx Feinberg. Milton A. Friedman. Maurice Grossman. Dorothy Kaplan. Isaac Levin. Florence Lovenger. the Rev. Maurice Mamches. E. Albert Pallot. Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. Bernard Spector and Eugene Weiss. The entire production of skits will be in Yiddish. Several songs will be rendered in English. Tickets for the performance. which will take place at the Miami Beach High school, are priced at SI 50 and are available at the Miami B'nai B'rith office in the Seybold bldg. A second performance of the show is being planned. Miami Y Organizes Woman's Bowling Group Initial sessi n : thi Miami Y's woman's bowling 1 gue is -cheduled for 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Recreation Bowling Alleys. 301 S. Miami ave. This is the first time th woman's duckpin league has been organized by the V. A few vacancies =:::; exist on the teams Only qualification :r. th %  Y. Jacobs :s actir chairman and Mrs Trudy W is treasurer for the league. The meeting Wednesday will include free bowling to arrive at handicaps. ^jGUST BROS Ry. E **• IX'thC BEST? __ Louis Heiman to Visit South Carolina Lodges Louis Heiman. first vice president of the B'nai B'rith fifth district, will leave Sunday evening for South Carolina where he will address the Jewish communities of Sumter and Walterboro. Heiman's trip is part of the district-wide program of sending long-time leaders of B'nai B'rith to address cities forming B'nai B'rith lodges. He will return to Miami on Tuesday. DISTRICT CONVENTION SLATED FOR BEACH Preliminary plan I ir the annual fifth district i nvi nti n I B'nai B'rith to be held at Miami Beach in June w< at a %  ing last nil. Presidents of the Miami and Beach men's and women's lodges met with Louis Heiman. first vice president of the district. to plan the parley. Although the conference will be at the Beach, all four local ticipate in the program. Adult Courses in Town To Resume Tuesday \dult courses for women will resume at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday with the first of five sessions devoted to selected reading in modern Jewish literature. The weekly class, to be taught by A. P. Gannes. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will meet at the Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St.. bv arrangement with Eli Hurwitz. 'Authors to be studied include Mendele. Peretz. Sholom Aleichem. Bialik. Chernichovsky. Herzl and Pins* The classes are a part of the adult education program sponsored by the Bureau of J Education, the Miami Y and other Miami organizations. Next Th %  Our Share in : be the theme of the un scheduled to be held at 8 p.m. in Beth David. George J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation league, will be guest speaker. Two films. "Over the Rainbow Bridge" and "New American.-." will be shown. Counsellors Wanted A call for young men and wom! en to serve as home camp counsellors was made this !" *2 he M.ami Y. Persons interested „ applving may contact Dame R .senthal. activities director at V on week day afternoons. Mrs. Ann Kaplan is the new most excellent chief of the M.arru Beach Pythian Sisters. Temple 43 She was installed with other officers at ceremonies held last night | at 25 Washington ave. To Outline Hillel Work The 1947 Hillel program at the University of Miami will be discussed by Rabbi Albert Michels, director of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, at the luncheon meeting of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown Club restaurant. Seybold bldg. Rabbi Amram Prero. national director of boys' work for the E'nai B'rith Youth organization, will be a guest at the luncheon. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 Your Complex Department Store With Qual'ty Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! NO QUANTITY! /CHEVROLET Yes, we have ih e great new Chevrolet, the finest Chevrolet ever built—but, unfortunately, not enough of these new cars yet to satisfy all the demands. Until we have one for you, continue to conserve your present car. 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HOODBASSETT V-ce-Pres ; dent, Genes tee Corporation, Palm Beach PRESTON B. BIRD Preston B. Bird Motor Co.. Homestead. Fla. Member Board cf County Commissioners, Dade County C. B. CHINN President. Be cher o.l Company C. E. HOLCOMB Secetary-T--easurer. $. A. Lynch Corp. CHARLES D. LEFFLER 0" ted States Navy. Retired WILLIAM P. MOOTY President. Th* Franklin Press. Inc. H. BLAKE OLIVER President. American National Bank pf Miami First Executive Vice-President. The First National Bank of Miami President. Coral Gables First National Bank President, Little River Bank and Trust Company President. First Trust Company BYRON L. RAMSING Ass stant Cashier WILEY R. REYNOLDS Chairman of the Board. America* National Bank of Miami President. First National Bank of Miami President. First National Bank of Palm Beach Chairman of the Board. First National Bank of Fort Lauderdale Chairman of the Board. First National Bank of Lake Worth WILEY R. REYNOLDS, Jr. Vice-President, W. R. Reynolds 4 Company Palm Beach PAUL R. SCOTT Loftin, Anderson. Scott, McCarthy 4 Preston Attorneys BERT C. TEED Executive First Vice-Preident. First National Bank in Palm Beach •Serving with the Armed Forces > .. 139 NORTHEAST FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA STATEMENT of CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1946 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks — U. S. Government Securities.... All Direct Government Obligation* Canadian Government Bonds All Direct Government Obliflationt State and Municipal Bonds...Fully Tax Exempt Marketable Corporation Bonds... All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange Total Cash and Securities.._ $ 9,663,029.33 19,913,195.11 91,474.58 887,610.55 2,350,912.59 $32,906,222.16 Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and Corporations 6,099,974.42 F. H. A. Title II First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 48,272.94 Total Loans and Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures Federal Reserve Bank Stock Accrued Interest Receivable. Prepaid Expenses & Other Resources Customers' Liability —Letters of Credit Total Resources 6,148,247.36 52,854.79 30,000.00 94,861.50 12,897.03 61,682.98 $39,306,765.82 LIABILITIES Capital (Common Stock) _.._ $ Surplus Undivided Profits and Reserves 733,946.61 Capital Funds and Reserves _. Letters of Credit 500,000.00 500,000.00 $ 1.733,946.61 61,682.98 DEPOSITS Demand Time — $30,406,108.75 — 7,105,027.48 unrur*!? JC Um 0n Time and Savingt "nder U.OOO and J of 1* 0 v.r $5i0 S, Total Deposits __ Total Liabilities We pay 1JDeposits Facilities Available to Banks, Corporations 37,511,136.23 $39,306,765.82 COMMERCIAL BANKING SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS Member Federal Reserve Syster PERSONAL CHECK SERVICE COLLECTION DEPARTMENT and Individuals PERSONAL LOAN DEPARTMENT SAVING ACCOUNTS ESCROW DEPARTMENT TRUST DEPARTMENT Member Federal Dpo,| t In.urance Corporation u



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UDAY. JANUARY 10. 1947 -JewlsliFhrkflan PAGE THIRTEEN Greater Miami Deserves the Best With a sure and steady faith in Florida, where Ponce de Leon first came some 400 years ago in his search for the Fountain of Youth, those who followed in his footsteps, seeking health and longevity, have helped build a new way of life in harmony with our sub-tropical climate, our gorgeous sunshine and our hundreds of miles of seashore. Confidence in the future of Greater Miami as one of the country's greatest health centers can best be typiified by an outstanding hospital such as Mt. Sinai is destined to become. To justify our dreams of yesterday—our hopes for tomorrow—Greater Miami deserves the best in hospital facilities. Mt. Sinai Hospital will truly fulfill these dreams and hopes. This is the last in this series of messages made possible through the cooperation of: ACE ELECTRICAL SERVICE 427 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach ARMATURE & GENERATOR EXCHANGE 340 N. W. First Court B. C. BROWN, JR.—Builders 1186 N. W. 61st Street DR. J. E. CARLSON 2506 Coral Way Coral Gables THOS. P. COOGAN CO.—Builders duPont Building EDISON PLUMBING & ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 738 N. W. 62nd Street DR. GEO. F. EHRUNE—Naturopcrthic 7235 Biscayne Boulevard FITHIAN STUDIOS 323 W. 47lh Street Miami Beach GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue CLARENCE GRIMM ELECTRIC CO. 3028 Grand Avenue HUGHES TILE CO. 239 N. E. 35th Terrace RAFEL ELECTRIC CO. 12 S. Collins Avenue Miami Beach 208 Biscayne Street Miami Beach SOUTHERN ENGINEERING & METAL PRODUCTS 25 N. E. Second Street ELDER ELECTRIC 335 N. E. 79th Street LLEWELLYN MACHINERY CORP. "Sells Machinery Gives Service" 1030 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-4146 AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue EARL I. BLANCHARD Concrete Mixers 601 N. W. 54th Street LOGAN LUMBER CO. 253 N. W. 22nd Street RODNEY MILLER—Construction 4220 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables McFARLIN CONSTRUCTION CO. 1085 N. W. 56th Street ACME CONCRETE CORP. 5705 N. W. 271h Avenue FLOR1DIAN BUILDING. INC. 2690 S. W. 11th Street MAURER CONSTRUCTION CO. 2509 N. W. 2nd Avenue L. H. HARRIS—Contractors 234 N. W. 22nd Terrace H. C. NUTTING CO. 1010 N. W. 20th Street



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PAGE FOURTEEN Jewist>ncrktiari FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 Morgenthau Accepts First UJA Leadership Henry Morgenthau, Jr., for twelve years secretary of the treasury, has accepted the invitation to become general chairman, the first in the history of that organization, of the United Jewish Appeal for refugees, overseas needs and Palestine, which has undertaken to raise $170,000,000 in 1947 for the relief, rehabilitaand resettlement of Jewish victims of war and oppression. Untied Jewish Appeal has been provided by three national chairmen representing each of the constituent agencies: Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, Charles J. Rosenbloom and William Rosenwald. In a statement issued on the acceptance of leadership in one of the largest voluntary relief campaigns ever conducted in the United States, Mr. Morgenthau said, in part: "The American people dedicated their resources and manpower to the destruction of the menace that Hitler represented to our security and freedom. It is now equally their will that those who were the first and most tragic victims shall have their fullest sympathy and support until they are able to stand on their own feet, to make their own way. I have accepted the general chairmanship of the United Jewish Appeal because I regard it as the moral obligation of every American, man, woman and child to save from despair and destruction the pitiful remnant of Jews who remain alive in Europe." The United Jewish Appeal combines the fund-raising activities of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans. These provide, respective-. HESRY MORGESTHAU. JR. ly, for the relief and reconstruction of Jews in Europe, resettlement of Jews in the Jewish homeland in Palestine and aid to newcomers to the United States. Hitherto the leadership of the Gables Group Arranges Meals for Servicemen Coral Gables Jewish Center announced this week that Nathan Ginsberg of the Tides hotel is arranging kosher meals for a few soldiers from Pratt General hospital each Friday evening. Ginsberg is cooperating with the Center in the project of entertaining hospitalized servicemen. This evening, Mrs. M. Corenbloom will serve gefilte fish at the hospital following religious services. Mrs. Herman Rubin and Mrs. A. Edgar Miller are planning a social event for Center members in February. Young B'nai B'rith Plans Oneg Shabbat An Oneg Shabbat featuring a program by young B'nai B'rith of Miami will be held tonight at Beth David congregation in lieu of a youth rally originally scheduled for Jan. 13. Rabbi Amram Prero. national director of boys' work for the B'nai B'rith Youth organization, will preach the sermon at services preceding the Oneg Shabbat. The program will include Hebrew songs by the ALS glee club. An Eternal Light script. "The Broken Sabbath of Rabbi Asher I adapted for the occasion, will be [presented by AZA chapter 322. Participating will be Fred Scher as narrator. Sidney Grossberg as Rabbi Asher. and Murray Shear. I Simon Stern. Bernard Datz. Mari vin Slepian. Eddie Siegel. as well as Dorothy Golden of BZB and Beryl Ackerman of DBG. Marjorie Miller of ALS will sing the opening and closing themes and Walter Traurig. president of the Twin City council of AZA and BBG. will introduce the program which will be followed by refreshments. Congregation Party Biscayne Temple. 115 N.E. 15th ave., will be the scene of a party to be attended by members and friends of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation 8 p.m. Wednesday. No admission will be charged. Milton Weiner. membership chairman, reported to the organization Monday evening that clearance of the recently purchased lot at S.W. 12th ave. and 11th st. had been begun. STATEMENT OF CONDITION PAN AMERICAN BANK of MIAMI PAN AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 117 Northeast First Avenue Miami, Florida OFFICERS P. J. SERRALLES Chairman of the Board T. T. SCOTT President A. E. FULLER Executive Vice Preaident EDUARDO MORALES Vice President E. A. GERARD Vice Preaident J. M. GARCIA Vice Preaident W. C. PAYNE Vice Preaident and Cashier DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES Chairman of the Board J. L. CABASSA Firat Vice Chairman H. R. WILLIAMS Second Vice Chairman T. T. SCOTT President A. E, FULLER Executive Vice Preaident D. K. MILLER Preaident, Houae and Garden Furniture, Inc. J. A. ROIO Preaident. Fellsmere Sugar Producers Aaaociation O. H. SALLEY Hunt & Salley, Attorneya for Bank M. M. WEISS Preaident, Tooley. Myron Studios Banking He DECEMBER 31st, 1946 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks $3,124,463.39 U. S. Government Securities 6,043,481.90 State, County and Municipal Bonds 210,080.10 Total Cash and Securities Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and Corporations Furniture and Fixtures Federal Reserve Bank Stock.... Accrued Interest Receivable ~$ 9,378,025.39 2,711,923.91 80,158.13 28.500.00 25,770.45 Prepaid Expenses <£ Other Resources 42,946.78 Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit 30L515!29 Total Resources $12,568,839.95 LIABILITIES Demand Deposits $8,891,910.65 Time Deposits 2,393,937.27 Total Deposits Letters of Credit. Income Collected—Not Earned Other Liabilities $11,285,847.92 301,515.29 14,378.42 1,683.35 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital (Common Stock) $ 750 000 00 n£&5 A D V. 200,000.00 Undivided Profits 15,414.97 Total Capital Funds Total Liabilities $ 965,414.97 $12,568,839.95 art of the Western Hemisphere Commercial Banking Safe Deposit Vaults Commercial Loans Foreign Department Special Checking Accounts Collection Department Personal Loan Department Savings Account* Escrow Department / COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporation A GOOD STATEMENT of CONDITION IS ONLY HALF THE STORY ft* *" American ^SStr'CTJ'rt>ou ha\ tho reason so mnnv n.nniA AmeM t he,r %  o *s'ne Loan Fund Directors To Meet on Monday Directors of the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund will meet at 8 pm Monday in the Beach Y to hear reports of several committees. Organized in October as an independent small-loan agency, the fund has not yet been put into operation. Work of committees on budget and finance, by-laws, policies and regulations and membership will be discussed and a communication from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be presented. Federation's board of directors has approved a $3,000 reserve allocation to the loan fund from 1947 campaign funds. Baron de Hirsch Meyer is president of the fund which previously was administered by the Jewish Social Service bureau. Is fHf /M/ :) MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 55868 "Trustworthy Service" GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hive your roof repaired now; you will cave on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-SMO I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And Be Bore ir• FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "IT Milk "Milk Products Dacro ProtM.6 TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. Bind Street STEAM HEATED GRANDSTAND



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)AY. JANUARY 10, 1947 *• Jew 1st nor id tan PAGE FIFTEEN UWV HUD SEEKS A four point program with Bsrhich the veteran is most concerned was explained by Col. Milion Richman, national commander of Jewish War Veterans, in an address during ceremonies at Which 60 new members of the Miami Beach post were inducted Jan. 1 at the American Legion home. Richman declared for world peace, economic security for all, A home and job for every veteran end adequate care for disabled %  treterans and families of the war Head. The JWV leader, veteran of aboth World Wars, cautioned •gainst setting veterans off from the rest of the nation. "We must effect an American %  Unity that will make impossible a Ikriolent shift of discontented peo||>le from the basic principles of lerican democracy to a Euroean system of totalitarianism," se stated. Richman expressed opposition a veterans' bonus on those {rounds. "We must be careful, 11 of us, not to create in the vetran a new devisive spirit in lerican life," he insisted. With the addition of the S/Sgt. Alfred Kohn memorial membership class, the Beach post has a total membership of 400, Commander Harry Adams reported. During the meeting a posthumous membership was awarded to the late Sgt. Kohn for whom the uew class was named. Samuel A. Rivkind of Miami Beach, former national senior Vice commander of JWV, was master of ceremonies. Among the guests were Mayor Herb Frink, fho presented Richman with a ey to the city of Miami Beach, •rid Edward W. Deering, 10th district commander of the American Legion. iamian to Present leviews In Lauderdale Mrs. I. M. Weinstein of Miami ill begin a series of book reiews in Ft. Lauderdale, 8:30 •p.m. Sunday in Temple EmanuXI under the auspices of the Temple and its Sisterhood. For the first of the three pnonthly events, Mrs. Weinstein {•will discuss Elliot Roosevelt's "As IHe Saw It," Louis Adamic's "Dinflier at the White House" and I Frances Perkins' "The Roosevelt Kl Knew." Mrs. Ruth Nankin, president | of the Sisterhood, and Jack Mintj zer, chairman of the entertainIment committee, are in charge of [tickets which may be obtained prom members of both groups. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St, Miami Beach Dttween Collins A Wilh, Avei. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. DnDD -Dio Telephone 5-1017 DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripurc w Water DEL.IVEBED TO <0UR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE ... 75c Pibi Bottle Deposit PHONE 2 4128 Juvenile Stakes Next For West Flagler Club By GEORGE GALLET The finest band of juvenile greyhounds ever assembled in Florida is now racing at West Flagler Kennel club and tuning up for the coming juvenile stakes at the track. Tops among these is a little brindle female named Lucky Doreen, which runs a powerful race once she hits the stretch. In one of her most recent starts she galloped over the 5-16th mile course in 32 1-10 seconds. Marine Ace, a kennel mate of the great Flashy Sir and owned by the famous Ohlinger & Blair kennels, also looms as a coming star, while Rolling Roy, which won the Biscayne Kennel club Juvenile Stakes before moving over to West Flagler, also is a threat. Among some of the other youngsters which loom as real comers are Sea Fare, Jet Power, md Rolling Boy. Dates for the Nursery and Futurity Stakes are expected to be announced in the near future. Crowds at West Flagler Kennel club are breaking all records. The track is far ahead of the last record-breaking season in attendance. West Flagler led all tracks in the state last year in mutuel play and attendance. Flashy Sir is off to another big season. In 1946 the greyhound went undefeated at Flagler. He opened the 1947 meeting by scoring a smashing six length triumph in the rich Inaugural Stake, his 39th triumph. Flashy Sir has had 50 starts and now holds an alltime record in dog racing. Miami Y Varsity Wins First League Game Miami YMHA varsity basketball team took the first game of the season in the YMCA league by a score of 23-21 Monday evening. Losing team was the YMCA varsity which, by preseason information, was indicated to be one of the strongest in the league. Lubel, Birny and Blyn starred for the victors and Cummins was high point man for the losers. Next league "game for the YMHA will be against the VFW post 471 at the Central YMCA, 8 p.m. Monday. Season tickets, one dollar for ten games, may be purchased at the YMHA. An exhibition game, 8:30 p.m. Saturday will bring the Miami YMHA varsity basketball against the Swank Shop team at the Y courts, 1567 S.W. Fifth st. A juke box dance will follow the game. Admission will be 25 cents. AUGUST BROS m£ Is the BEST 3 MIAMI CONGREGATION FORMS JUNIOR UNIT New junior chapter of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will meet at 3:45 p.m. today in the home of Bertram Moss, 312 S. W. 15th ave. Edward Siegel is president of the new coeducational organization which held its first meeting Sunday. Other officers are Garvin Kleber, vice president; Bertram Moss, financial and corresponding secretary, and Matty Becker, recording secretary. Committee chairmen are Murray Shear, by-laws; Sandy Ofsowitz, membership; Albert Feldan, ways and means, and Lorraine Jacobskind, publicity. Local Schools to Aid Hospital Campaign Local Sunday schools have been asked to devote a part of their assembly programs this week to the Mt. Sinai hospital campaign. Sunday will be observed as Mt. Sinai day in the schools under the sponsorship of Keren Ami, Jewish school federation. Students will contribute to the drive at that time. The current issue of the Keren Ami newsletter is devoted to the drive to raise funds for the proposed 200-bed hospital. Yiddish Concert Set A concert of well-known singers of liturgical, popular and classical Yiddish music will be presented Sunday evening, Jan. 19, at the Miami Beach High school, according to B. Kelemer. Tickets are available at the Princess Ann hotel, 920 Collins ave., and Scher's Jewelry store, 927 Washington ave. TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCJC and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and FiU of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 2l.i Terrace ASK FOR PETER DOELGER LAMBIC (Premium) BEER LAMBIC (Scotch) IT'S ALE THE BEST DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT METAL FILE CABINETS CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT New Walnut Straight and Arm Chairs OFFI AVERY OFFICE SUPPLIES, Inc. OFFICE—26 N. E. 7TH 8T OPEN 8 8UNDAV N E %  8T PHONE 9-9925 OPENING DECEMBER at 2814 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., CL CABLES YPL Dance to Benefit Center Building Fund To aid the Miami Beach Jewish Center's building fund, an open dance will be sponsored by the Young People's league in the social hall of the Center from 8:30 to 11 p.m. Sunday. Admission for members and non-members will be 50 cents. The YPL is also planning a game night for Jan. 19 at the Center. The program will include bridge, gin rummy, bingo, checkers and other competitive games for which prizes will be awarded. Admission will be 25 cents. Refreshments will be served. Over 21 Group Opens Weekly Dance Series Weekly Saturday night dances at the Beach Y will be sponsored by the Over 21 social group beginning tomorrow evening. The first dance will feature contests, prizes and entertainment from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Music will be supplied by Carl Warner's College Kings of the University of Miami. Admission will be 50 cents. WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 -Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Lin* Glassware — Chinaware — SilTerwar* Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bale* OTens—Hot Plates Pusnilure—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "7n the Land oj the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. • 2.500 ft. Elevation • Capably Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recreation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER, Director 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami B'ch PHONE 5-5975 Obituaries GLUCKMAN Funeral services were arranged in New York Saturday for Joseph Oluckraan, 77, of 549 Michigan ave. He died Friday. A retired merchant, he came here two years ago from Brooklyn. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Rebecca Gluckman, a daughter, Mrs. Miriam Stelrlierg, and four sons, Benjamin. Morris, Sam and Harry, of Miami Beach. Riverside Memorial chapel was In charge. 8ILVERMAN Funeral services for Abraham 811verman, 50, of 4412 Royal Palm ave., who died Friday, were held in the Riverside Memorial chapel. A lintel operator, he came here two years ago from IJoston. Survivors Include hia widow, Mrs. Frances Sllverman; twe daughters, Misses Phyllis and Qlorle, Sllverman, and a son, Victor. WES60N Mrs. Jennie Wesson, 816 Pennsylvania ave.. died at the age of It Tuesday morning In a local hospital from injuries received In an accident. The accident occurred Sunday while Mrs. Wesson was returning from New York by car with her family. She Is survived by four sons, Manuel, of Miami, and Albert. Oharles and Louis, of New York, and three daughters, Mrs. Minnie Wesson and Mrs. Selma Rothman of New York, and Mrs. Anita Wexler, Long Lieach. The body was sent to New York for serrloes and burial by the Gordon Funeral home. Campers at the Beach Y will hold a reunion at 3:30 p.m. this afternoon at the Y. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*ist Meridian FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 Miss Rader to Lead Discussion on Denmark Miss Dorothy Rader will lead a cultural discussion after the business session of the next meeting of the Emma Lazarus chapter of Bnai B'rith, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, in the Beach Y. Topic of the discussion will be "Miracle in Denmark," based on material from an article by Francis Hackett recently published in the International Digest. Adopt Lodge Budget Officers and trustees of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge adopted the 1947 budget at a meeting held Sunday in the Miami Y. The budget includes a $500 appropriation for AZA work, highest grant ever made by the lodge to the boys' organization. New officers of the lodge will be installed Jan. 23 at a meeting to be held at Temple Israel. PLAN PICNIC Members of Iota Alpha Pi sorority will honor pledges and their dates at a picnic from noon till 5 p.m. Sunday at Matheson Hammock, according to Audrey Epstein, president. "The Gentile Ghetto" is the subject on which Rabbi David Raab will preach at 8 p.m. this evening in Temple Emanu-Ei. Ft. Lauderdale. SERIES ON SPINOZA First in a scries of lectures on the life and philosophy of Baruch Spinoza will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Spinoza Forum, \l* 11th st., Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson is the author of %  Spinoza: a Life of Reason." The Rev. Joseph Barth, minister of the Unitarian church of Miami, will be guest speaker at l the Forum Tuesday evening. Dr. Kaplan In Orlando Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel of Miami, will be guest speaker this evening at Congregation Ohev Shalom in Orlando where Rabbi Morris A. Skop is observing his tenth anniversary with the synagogue. Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president of Tampa university, will also participate in the anniversary service. 1 101 East Flagler Street Miami 30, Florida Established 1902 Greater Miami's Oldest South Florida's Largest OFFICERS WILEY R. REYNOLDS i:. -Iilent H. BLAKE OLIVER First Executive VIce-Presldent J. G. LEYBOURNE V;, ..-President CARL MEEZS VI % %  -!': %  sldent WILLIAM C. HILL Vice-President HARRY G. RETALICK VIce-Presldent CHARLES E. BUKER VI e-President CHARLES E. KLUGH V: -President ROBERT M. McDANALD ROBERT M. DOYLE. JR. CLARENCE £ NIELSEN H. FRANC NORTHROP Vice-President OLIN G. SYMONS Vice-President DAVID B. ALTER, JR. Vice-President and Trust Officer RICHARD C. BOGGS Vice -President and Trust Officer O. E. ROUSH WINTON'M.'WRIGHT Assistant VIce-Presldent WILLIAM B. CATOE Assistant Vie?-President HOWARD A. TYLER Assistant Vi'v-Presldent ROBERT H. MAYO Assistant Vice-PresMcnt EDNA A. LINDBLOM Assistant Vlce-Presl l^nt ERNEST G. GEARHART Assistant Vice-President J. M ASHMAN BYRON L RAMSING Assistant Cashier TORRENCE J. TROUT Assistant Cashier WILLIAM H. REMPE Assistant Cashier JOHN PASCALIS Assistant f.ishier ARTHUR McCORMACK Assistant Cashier F. B. COOGLER, JR. A ulat&nt Cannier PEG C. DEVLIN Assistant Cashier LAURA B. MORGAN Assistant Cashier FStlaliiial of Mi&mi 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1946 RESOURCES $23,964,849.67 70,438,993.39 Cash and Due from Banks U. S. Government Securities—-All Direct Government Obligations. Canadian Government Bonds.. All Direct Government Obligations. State and Municipal Bonds Fully Tax Exempt. Marketable Corporation Bonds — 860,732.65 All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange. 95,250.00 832,048.51 Total Cash and Securities $96,191,874.22 Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and Corporations ._ 7,149,248.12 First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 344,190.71 Total Loans and Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures Banking House __ Other Real Estate Federal Reserve Bank Stock First National Holding Corp. Stock Accrued Income Receivable Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources Customers' Liability— Letters of Credit Total Resources LIABILITIES Capital (Common Stock) $ 3,000,000.00 Surplus 700]000 00 Undivided Profits and Reserves 1,344901 59 Capital Funds and Reserves Letters of Credit „ DEPOSITS SET ~ V $88,657,549.04 We pay 1% per annum on Tima and Savings De1,646,653.90 posits under $5,000 and K of 1% over $5,000. %  Total Deposits Total Liabilities 7.493.438.83 122,271.13 652,206.43 7.500.94 111,000.00 300,000.00 283,731.31 187,081.67 436,963.04 $105,786,067.57 $ 5,044.901.59 436,963.04 $100,304,202.94 $105,786,067.57 FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO BANKS. CORPORATIONS AND Custodian Accounts Foreign Department lank iv JlaT** MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ,, M DIRECTORS _J !" !" "^ %  SYSTEM INDIVIDUALS Escrow Department Trust Department U. S. Savings Bonds GEORGE E. WHTTTEN President, Burdlne's. Inc. PAUL R. SCOTT Loftln, Anderson. Scott. McCarthy & Preston, Attorneys JOHNE.FENN President, Orange State Oil Co. WM. P. MOOTY President. The Franklin Press. Inc. C. BCHINN President. The Belcher Oil Company H. BLAKE OLIVER First Executive VIce-Presldent. First National Bank of Miami • %  resident, American National Bank of Miami WILEY R. REYNOLDS President. First National Bank .. of Miami President, First National Bank of Palm Beach Chairman of Board, wfifSl. National P*"* Miami WILEY R. REYNOLDS. JR. VIce-Presldent, W. R. Reynolds & Pre 5 .d R eP£ EVELT G HOUSER JTesldent, Florida Bond Mortgage. Co. BERT C. TEED n Ju„fc V 'y e -£." • Plr t National Hank In p a lm Beach COMER J. KIMBALL President, VlrM N„,, (lnnl A „ oclate vi,.. i, ., of Florida. Inc Vlet-Prtrtdtau, w. K/ Reynold. Co. CHARLES G. BRAND PTMMOTt. Brand Properties. Inc.


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Cb,&i>n'<- THE JEWISH UNITY I
THE JEWI SH WEE
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
JROAD TO DESCRIBE WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS
LT MASS MEETING SLATED BY PIONEER WOMEN
Shepard Broad, local delegate with Abraham Goodman to
le World Zionist Congress, will present an eye witness account
' the sessions at a mass meeting to be sponsored by the three
cal chapters of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Pales-
l"T8& une at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Mr. Broad, a Miami Beach attorney, will
make his first report to the public at large at the
rally. He was first president of the Miami Beach
district of the Zionist Organization of America
and is now chairman of its board of directors.
Mrs. Harry Faber, southeastern seaboard
states regional chairman of the Pioneer Women's
legislative and social action committee, will
preside at the meeting. She is honorary presi-
[dent of the Kadimah chapter. Other chapters sponsoring the
[rally are Club One of Miami and the Miami Beach club.
The public is invited to attend the meeting at which no
[solicitation of funds will be made.
DR. WISE QUITS ZOA AFTER CONGRESS
riSE'S STATEMENT
NEW YORK. (JTA) Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise this week an-
lounced his resignation from "all
ffices in the Zionist Organization
America" as an aftermath to
riiat he charged was the ZOA's
iisu.se of its power at the World
Eionist Congress. Dr. Wise was
le founder of the ZOA in 1898
has held various high of-
JJBces in the organization since
len.
Stating that the Congress was
nothing less than tragic in its
inadequacy in relation to a great
hour," Dr. Wise said that it was
"a terrible defeat for the cause,
nothing less than disaster. Meas-
Hfered by the Zionist Congress," he
^ontinucd, "the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America has succeeded
^p ousting Zionism's greatest
tatesmen." He described the new
(ionist executive as "a Cabinet
ot of all talents, but of all am-
itions, unholy and unlimited, a
abinet representing a maximum
compromise and a minimum of
Miviction."
Dr. Wise asserted that most of
lie issues before the Congress
^ere not faced. "Little, if any-
ling, was said in answer to the
iuestion: 'For what should the
lewish Agency ask if it attend
tie (London) conference? Shall
; be the State, Partition, Trustee-
lip, United Nations Control?'
(Continued on Page 4)
ZOA's ANSWER
NEW YORK. (JTA)The Ad-
ministrative Council of the Zion-
ist Organization of America this
week issued a statement com-
menting upon Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise's resignation from office in
the Z.O.A. and answering his at-
tacks upon the organization. The
statement was signed by Daniel
Frisch, chairman of the Council.
Asserting that in his press in-
terview announcing his "regret-
table resignation," Dr. Wise made
statements which "cannot and
must not" go unchallenged or un-
answered," the Council's state-
ment said: "Dr. Wise could legi-
timately have been expected to
express dissatisfaction and dis-
agreement with the deliberations
and conclusions of the World
Zionist Congress after his return
from Basle. Referring to him as
"the most tragic figure" at the
Congress, it added: "His friends,
the very poor people who fought
for Chaim Weizmann to the last
hour, found it neither desirable
nor even possible to assign to
Dr. Wise a place in the new ex-
ecutive, or another position of
importance. They retained even
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. Not Dr.
Wise.
"What was not to be expected
and what will grieve all Zionists
of whatever shade of political
(Continued on Page 4)
British Plan Martial Law
BREWER AIDS MT. SINAI CAMPAIGN
Taking time out from his attendance at the Brewers' Conven-
tion in Miami Beach Wednesday, Carl W. Badenhausen
(right), president of P. Ballantine & Sons, hands a check for
S5.000 to Sam Blank of Miami as a contribution to the Mt.
Sinai hospital building fund campaign. With this donation,
and others totaling $47,000, the drive has reached the S 1,122,-
077 mark. Blank is chairman of the initial gifts division.
"Miami has been a fine market for us for many years," Baden-
hausen said. "I am making this contribution to show our
appreciation for the excellent work you and your organization
have done, as well as the cordial reception the people of
Miami have given our product."
Truman Says Congress
Should Do More for DP's
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. (JTA)
President Truman, in his State
of the Union message personally
delivered today to Congress, em-
phasized that the United States
has not done enough with regard
to the admission of displaced per-
sons to this country and called
for Congressional legislation to
enable the entry of more refugees
from Europe.
The President also told the joint
session of Congress that existing
legislation does not reach "the
limit of federal power to protect
the civil rights of its citizens."
He decried "racial and religious
bigotry" and declared that free-
dom to engage in lawful callings
has been denied to many citizens
as a result of such bigotry.
[iamians Say ZOA Gained At Congress
By RITA E. GROSSMAN
Participation in trie 22nd World
Zionist Congress enhanced the
position of the American Zionists.
Broad and Abra-
ham Goodman of
Miami Beach,
who returned last
week from Basle,
S w i t z e r 1 a nd,
where they at-
tended the Con-
gress as delegates
of the General
Zionists.
Broad explain-
ed that this is the
the American Zionists
lave membership on the Execu-
tive with full power. Heretofore
only consultative powers were
granted them.
Goodman, who is treasurer of
le Zionist Organization of Amer-
ca, agreed that the Americans
lave emerged much stronger.
Before this Congress, he as-
srted, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
GOODMAN
first time
a merber of the Executive, but
was "given the position in a nig-
gardly fashion." He added that
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, who had
also served on the Executive in
past years, did not truly repre-
sent the American position.
Speaking of Dr. Silver, Mr.
Goodman said that the American
leader had not aspired to the
chairmanship of the Congress
Executive, that he had wanted
all factions to cooperate and felt
that his leadership would not do
this. But there is now a co-
operative coalition with Dr. Sil-
ver at the helm, Goodman de-
clared.
Broad expressed the feeling that
Dr. Silver had gained stature at
the Congress while Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, had lost
prestige "due to his behavior."
And although Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann was not reelected president
of the World Zonist Congress,
Broad feels that he did not lose
SO A president, was recognized as stature.
While Broad believes that the
failure of the Congress to re-
elect Weizmann had not affected
the British position on Palestine,
Goodman stated that the election
had proved to the British that the
Zionist movement has reached
its "minimal demands" and is
unprepared to make further com-
promises.
"Britain will now have to make
concessions or face trouble in
Palestine for God knows how
long to come," Goodman said.
When our conversation got
around to the present so-called
Jewish terrorism in Palestine,
Broad interpreted the Congress'
position as being that "terrorism
per se is objectionable, but the
effort ought to be directed in the
channels of organized resistance,
disciplined action as distinguished
from lawless terrorism."
He added that the Arabs, as
well as the British, will "behave
better" if they know that there
is an effective Jewish self-de-
fense organization.
(Continued on Page 4)
JDA to Raise
6 Million $
A $6,000,000 nation-wide cam-
paign will be conducted in 1947
by the Joint Defense Appeal to
finance the 1947 minimum budg-
etary requirements of the Ameri-
can Jewish committee and the
Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith in their coordinated effort
against anti-Semitism.
American Jewish communal
leaders unanimously adopted a
resolution calling for the cam-
paign at the first annual confer-
ence of the Joint Defense Appeal
in St. Louis over the weekend.
The new goal represents a 20
per cent increase over last year's
quota. Communities outside New
York and Chicago will be re-
quested to raise a minimum of
$3,000,000.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has approved an alloca-
tion of $13,500 for this area for
the JDA in 1947.
Harold Turk attended the con-
ference from this area.
Donald Oberdorfer of Atlanta
was elected chairman of the na-
tional council of JDA. Judge Jo-
seph M. Proskauer, Henry Mon-
sky, Justice Meir Steinbrink and
Jacob Blaustein were elected hon-
orary chairmen, while A. C. Hor*
of New York was elected honor-
ary treasurer. The eight vice
chairmen are: Albert H. Lieber-
man of Philadelphia, Edmund
Waterman of New York, Avery
Carp of East St. Louis, Charles
W. Morris of Louisville, Benja-
min J. Scheiman of Los Angeles,
Max J. Schneider of New York,
Alan M. Stroock of New York and
Ben Samuels of Chicago. Rich-
ard M. Lederer, Arnold Askin and
Maurice Glinert, all of New York,
were named secretary, treasurer
and assistant treasurer, respec-
tively.
* JERUSALEM. (JTA)Reliable
sources this week reported that
a military plan has been prepared
by the authorities here for com-
batting terrorism if it is renewed
on a scale as large as last week
when 20 simultaneous attacks
were made on British military in-
stallations. The scheme provides:
1. Palestine will be cut off
frcm the rest of the world by
the closing of all frontiers on
land, sea and air, including the
closing of ports to all commer-
cial shipping.
2. Traffic on roads within the
country will be allowed only
under special permits issued by
the authorities.
3. All means of transporta-
tion, including buses maintained
by Jewish co-operatives, are to
be requisitioned or put under
military control.
4. A collective punishment
system is to be introduced in
places where terrorist acts oc-
cur, and a nightly curfew is to
be imposed throughout the
country.
5. Martial law may be im-
posed and certain Jewish lead-
ers may be detained.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy learns that during talks be-
tween the leaders of the Jewish
National council and the World
Zionist Executive and Acting High
Commissioner Henry L. Gurney,
the latter expressed the view that
the military authorities may not
be able to restrain the troops in
the event of renewed Jewish at-
tacks "exactly as you are not able
to restrain the terrorists." To
this the Jewish leaders replied
that the only remedy for terror-
ism would be resumption of Jew-
ish immigration and, as a first
step, the repatriation to Palestine
of the refugees interned on Cyp-
rus.
The urgent necessity of halt-
ing terrorism in Palestine wai
(Continued on Page 4)
Richman MCs
Sinai Dinner
Invitations have been extended
to distinguished visitors from all
parts of the nation to attend a
dinner of the Mount Sinai hospi-
tal building fund campaign at
the Latin Quarter, 6:30 p.m. Mon-
day. This is the initial function
of the visitors and non-residents
division of the campaign, under
the chairmanship of Leonard A.
Wien, who is leading the effort
to enlist the aid of many who
make Miami Beach their part-
time winter home.
Harry Richman, noted enter-
tainer and a home owner in Mi-
ami Beach, will preside at the
opening affair at the Latin Quar-
ter. He shares with other resi-
dents the knowledge that a hos-
pital of this nature proposed by
Mount Sinai trustees will render
an invaluable service to the com-
munity, as well as to the thou-
sands of yearly visitors to this
area. Richman has joined the
committee for the hospital cam-
paign and will give it his full sup-
port.
E. M. Loew and Lou Walters
have made available the entire
facilities of the Latin Quarter plus
the highlights of the star-studded
revue "Paris by Night." currently
featured there. Also slated to ap-
pear at the gala evening are Lou
Holtz, Billy Vine, Benny Davis,
Dean Murphy, Jan Bart, Harvey
Stone, Frances Faye and Jackie
Miles.


PAGE TWO
Personally Speaking .
Hoaoiteg Mr. end Mb. Man- wee* Hai
Romance In Europe
Leads To Wedding Here
B*hhi A r Eu"
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10,
birthday, ce.-s
- ... .,' ,. .:' New
rwice weekly dances are be- Mrs. Rebecca Kascv, -.: ..*-,. ..
New Haven
Albin-Pardo Betrothal
Revealed At Dinner
V- and Mrs Wolf Albin, 1918
Libertv ave will hold open house
.. ;. \ag in honor of their
M,ss Dons Albin. whose
at to Joseph Pardo was
...-d at a dinner party in the
R:tz Piace Jan. 3.
T h e bride-elect attended
schools in New York and was
from Miami Beach
- High school where she was
of the National Honor
She is at present attend-
-': University of Miami and
is a member and vice
f the Greater Miami
| Junior Hadassah.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Isie
239 15th st. Mr. Pardo
ited from New Utrecht
school in New York and
i for three and one-half
years m the Army air forces
weathei service. A student at
rsity of Miami, he is
with Goodman and
realtors, and is a charter
member and secretary of Masada.
Out- :'-. wn guests at the en-
gagement party included Mr. and
Mrs Jack Pardo and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry J. Perahia of New York.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Stars to Entertain
At Center Donor Event
Martha Raye and Wills* B.
ard will be the headline'' at a'
annual donor dinner-dance to h!
sponsored by the Sisterhood ,
the Miami Beach Jewish Su/
6:30 p.m. Sunday, at Ned Srh
ler's Beachcomber, according-
Mrs. Ira Walsey, president *
Ringside seats will be reserved
for persons holding guest ticketa
from the Center. eis
Mrs. George Goldberg and Mr*
Seymour Rubin are chairmen^,
the affair. Their committee cnn
sists of the Mesdames RayrrX
Rubin, Joseph M. Rose. iS
S. Klein, Nat Hankoff. &"
Friedland, Samuel Ginsberg jZ
seph Lipton. Joseph Berman' and
William Feuer. u
Reservations may be made with
any of the committee members
or at the Center office. The din-
ner dance was originally sched-
uled to be held at the Mocamba.
Wedding On
exits' Anniversary
Miss ;.l.e ?..-.--.: Ashev;::e, 3*=" is :.-.e- ssug.ve: Mrs
N. C. _s visiting her ----- and Bud Freeman z: New York ... Miami Beach families will
uncle, Mr r: Mrs Oscar Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weisman : sen Miss Rita L. Mar-
Argintai
.-..-.%
visiting the -- Ion<
-, .... m Asher of Detroil .-, A Bernstein are
Argintars over New Year?s wa '-'- "* Bpending z month V,e "^
MiTlocelvn Singer of CordeS J. the HeleTe Sel Miami!*
Go. Beach .-.. = -. at the Helene .... .."...-.. ..
MrrEmanuelGreeiibe^wiU^.M/^d^^Schlesii^ei K parent *
arrive from Birmingham Ala ^d daughter Naomi, of Mon- .- ent was announced
to visit her mother. Mrs. Sao :e~' ---"-"-""'''-"--v'---~e "-- h Mr
3. Mil:*.-, .-.ex: v.-ee.<. She will :'~' a "-"" Mrs -: '~-.---~.zr. Bernstein's parents, Mr and Mr,
be ained by Mr Greenbera c '*" Montreal i* visiting her -" B rn tein Hotel Walburne,
he' :.K: future Her fattier -'-"-7-'-:"' Miss ='-'-~- Brotmcr. :2- r- -' ~i.->: .: 23th
who was to have left for Ax- :: 3S --"-'"--""- entertained the "'-- y
kansas last Friday wasdekrved Weismans and the Schlesingers A of Miami Beach
here until Tuesday bv the ": a '--''" "r:v recently. Mrs. Senj Hih school, Miss Margol
r.tr-h%" storms "; .....rVeismcm and Mrs. Schlesinaei sophomore at the Uni-
- -,--e her sisters : Miami where she is a
^OWen wedding anniversary "", .,,"". e. f Delta Phi Epsilon sor
celebration of her oldest brother ".-.-------rs. twin C. Siegel rIty j; nee. a 1940 eradu
and his wife Mr. and Mrs Her- ;/- '-"-'.' '' ^ashmgton, D. : | Miami Beach Senior Higl
Goodman To Describe
Congress For Center
Abraham Goodman, national
treasurer of the Zionist Organi-
zy.. .-. will address the congrega-
tion of the Miami Beach Jewish
tatter 9 a.m. Saturday on the
W :.i Zionist Congress which he
.:: r. : :
.hi Irvmg Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the services. Mr. and
Mrs. Goodman will be hosts at
Sudos at 5 p.m. Saturday
a: the Center.
JOINT RECITAL
ZVEE
S C O O L ER
Dramatist
BENJAMIN
Z E M A C H
Dancer
Sunday, January 12th
8:30 P.M
Miami Beach Senior High
School
Tickets: $1.00 plus tax
Auspices Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural Committee
man Hcpp was "he highlight
of V.:?.. Becky Lev..-.-.- B five.
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your outfits you'll choose
black and brown rayon
crepe skirts deftly
draped, slimly gored or
gracefully full. Sizes 12
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..-.-.-.ess son -.: Mr. and Mrs. Al- years in the armed forces, receiv-
r^rr: N.r.ess. 1028 Collins ave. March.
.-.as returned to the University After their wedding the couple
oi Florida where he is a fresh- hneymoon in Bermuda for
man, ^::e: so^-amg the '"" will return here
days with his family. : of the season follow-1
Ira Samuel Imberman was ?' '"y w'n sPvend H
hve years old last Thursday v travel>8 throughout the
and to celebrate, he ir.vited his
young friends to a party at his
home, 12'.'. S. W. Fifth st. His
parents are the Jacob W, fan-
bermans, v/ho marked their
22nd wedding anniversary Dec.
26.
'CONTINUED ON PAGE 6j
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+Jmisti ncridUar?
PAGE THREE
to Change Name
Ceremonies Monday
londay evening will mark a
lestone for the Miami post of
Jewish War Veterans.
)uring ceremonies at Beth Da-
the post will change its name
memorialize the late Norman
^kuce Brown, who died while on
duty with the Navy at Okinawa.
HA gold star and permanent cita-
tion will be awarded him in lieu
Reports on Congress
To Highlight Meetings
Reports on the World Zionist
Congress by Greater Miami's
delegates, Shepard Broad and
Abraham Goodman, may be heard
at a number of meetings this
week.
Here is a list of these events:
Friday evening, Temple Beth
Sholom; Saturday morning, Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center; Sun-
day evening, Palestine Reports
program, 7:45 p.m. over Station
WKAT.
Mrs. Goodman, who also at-
tended the Congress, will report
to members of the Beach group
of Hadassah Monday afternoon
at the National hotel; Tuesday
evening, mass meeting, Miami
Beach Jewish Center; Wednes-
day afternoon, Miami Beach Zion-
ist district luncheon, Helene
hotel.
Detailed accounts of these
meetings may be found through-
out this issue.
NORMAN BROWN
a second air medal. Capt. M.
Leslie, commanding officer of
U. S. Naval Reserve Training
t here, will present the posthu-
mous award to Norman's father,
Nat Brown of Miami Beach, who
was recently elected commander
"of the post.
Brown will be inducted into of-
fice with Sidney Needleman, sen-
ior vice commander; Perry Marks,
unior vice commander; Dr. Mau-
.j.
rice Klein, judge advocate; Dr.
Sanford Levine, surgeon; Laura
Breen, adjutant; Frank Kline,
quartermaster; Paul Berlin, of-
ficer of the day; Obbie Rosenthal,
officer of the guard; Mortimer P.
Frank, Edward Rosenthal and
Jack Burd, trustees.
Also to be installed are the
officers of the ladies auxiliary
Vera Rosenthal, president; Aug-
usta Birnberg, senior vice presi-
dent; Rose Horn, junior vice presi-
dent; Gertrude Marks, judge ad-
vocate; Harriet Kaplan, secretary;
Lillian Stewart, treasurer; Esther
Friedman, conductress; Rose Mor-
rell, chaplain; Sylvia Rosenthal,
Sue Kout, Beatrice Spector, trus-
tees.
The young man for whom the
post is being named was credited
with 425 hours in the air and had
received the Navy Air Medal and
the Asiatic-Pacific ribbon. His
postwar plans had been to study
mineralogy in South America.

COLONIAL
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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 Ketler
Muiic and Lyric$ by Robert Wright and
George Forreit #
DINNER Presentation* 9 and 12:30 SUPPER
BERENSQIM HEADS
CARDIAC BENEFIT
Richard Berenson of Fronton
Jai-Alai has been named general
chairman of the 1947 "Cardiac
Jamboree," mammoth benefit
program staged to raised funds for
the National Children's Cardiac
Home.
Berenson's appointment fol-
lowed the announcement that the
Jamboree, a five-hour program
by numerous top-rank entertain-
ers, will be held this year on Feb.
16 at the Fronton. Berenson has
donated the facilities of the
building for the occasion.
The Jamboree, traditionally the
South's largest benefit program,
this year will be bigger than
ever, it was declared. An audi-
ence of 5,000 is expected. No
tickets will be sold, said Beren-
son. Attendance will be by in-'
vitation only to sponsors who con-
tribute generously to the home.
"Mending Heart," as the Car-
diac Home is sometimes called,
cares for needy children who suf-
fer from rheumatic heart disease.
Eventually it is hoped a goal of
facilities for 200 patients may be
attained.
Theme of the 1947 Jamboree is:
"Have a HeartMend a Heart."
Working with Berenson are
Dave Emmer, assistant chairman,
and Ben F. Danbaum, treasurer.
BERENSON
Mt. Sinai Directors
Open Alton Hospital
Alton Road hospital, formerly
known as Miami Beach hospital at
700 Alton road, was re-opened to
the public yesterday following
wartime use by the Navy. Com-
pletely renovated, the 50-bed in-
stitution will be run under the
auspices of the board of trustees
of Mt. Sinai hospital of Greater
Miami.
The opening was marked with
ceremonies at which Mayor Her-
bert Frink of Miami Beach made
the dedicatory address. Other
speakers were Dr. John W. Sny-
der, immediate past president of
the Dade County Medical associa-
tion, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
president of Mt. Sinai hospital.
A tour of the institution followed.
Zemach, Scooler Set
For Culture Series
Third in the four-event 1946-47
series of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cultural committee will find
Zvee Scooler and Benjamin Ze-
mach on the Miami Beach Senior
High school stage at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday evening.
Scooler is one of the outstand-
ing artists of the Yiddish Art
theatre and Zemach is noted in
the realm of ballet and folk
dancing.
The actor, who has appeared
on Broadway in addition to the
Yiddish stage, will present a pro-
gram of original portrayals and
improvisations of "human and
humorous situations" in English
and Yiddish.
Zemach, who has toured Europe
and the United States with the
Moscow Habima theatre, will be
seen in a number of Biblical, tra-
ditional and folk dances.
Their program will be:
1. Theatre .................. Scooler
1!. Little Man and His Dream
3. IleKBars Dance............Zemach
4. Kits and Vitz..............Scooler
6. They Hale Ua..............Scooler
6. CTTaHRldie ................ Zemach
7. Piano Solo......Reuven Kossakoff
8. Palestinian Folk Tunes... .Zemach
'.<. Work.rs' Dance............Zemach
10. A Droshe...................Scooler
11. Station Alef.................Scooler
12. Freilachs (Joyous).........Zemach
IS. The March..................Bcooler
Federation to Honor
Key Men Sunday
Several hundred "key men'"who
helped the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation raise over $830,000 for
the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal
will be guests at a workers' rally
in the Latin Quarter, Miami
Beach, from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Max Orovitz, president of the
Federation which exceeded its
quota by nearly $100,000 last year,
will award certificates to the lay
workers.
"These certificates will be in
recognition of their generous and
tireless service," Orovitz said.
"Their personal sacrifices of time
and money and their noble devo-
tion to the needs of our people
represent the exemplary leader-
ship which has helped build a
vital Jewish community in Miami.
Officers of the key men's or-
ganization will be elected at the
rally.
Stanley C. Myers, 1947 CJA
chairman, will be master of cere-
monies, and Wm. D. Singer, over-
all chairman of the coordinated
Federation and hospital cam-
paigns, will make the concluding
address. There will be refresh-
ments and entertainment during
the afternoon.
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The Management of
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Announces
An Advance in Prices of Single Graves
and Family Plots
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1947
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
laucait
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Foods from
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FRUITS
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PAGE FOUR
vjenistfkrrt/ar
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
Editorial
NOT SURPRISING
Mt. Sine: hospital will soon become more than an idea.
The blueprints will have the ccsh behind them to insure plans
being carried out. It is not surprising to see the excellent recep
tion the S2.50CC00 drive is receiving. The hospital is a long
felt need and Micrr.iar.s axe rallying to this cause. Substantial
funds have been pledged in the primary ettcrt. The ccmpaign-1
ing v.-.ll new be cccrdincted with the Federation Combined Jew
ish Appeal in seeking the additional fund. Much emphasis
will also be placed upon receiving contributions of our visitors
who will share- in the hospitals facilities.
The community's thanks go cut to all of those whose tireless
efforts heve brought the campaign this fax with -he knowledge
end coniiden: assurance :h~_r errors will r.-ir.ue and culmi-
nate in a complete success.
WELCOME NATIONAL OFFICER
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Not all communities were fcrtunaie er.cuah to have personal
represer.tat.cn a: the World Zionist Congress. Greater Miami
was coublv ro.-:ur.a-e m that 1".= delegate* were clso active com-
rr.."ee members and dominant behind the scenes.
Our cble Zionists have returned from Basle with information
that is valuable to Zionists and the er.ure Jewish community.
We sucaes: your aver.danoe a: the mass meeting Tuesaay and
.-: events at whioh the delegates 'ill make rheir reports.
Too much stress cannot be placea upon the Palestine rroblem
as it affeo-s American ana world Jewry. Only an mtormed
puni.e can act wisely.
MORE SHAME
The bock review contest spcr.scro v the Bureau of Jewish
ication in conjunction with .: is is reported
to be a complete failure. This is the set end annual attempt by,
the bureau to stimuia-e activity and interest in >-.vish literature.
Allowances were made last year when 5nly "-'. entries vied foi
Orange Bowl tickets. It was hekevc-u tnat a start had neen
made. This year the rev.- entries "eh : Blame for this
lack of paruc.cation can he placed a- the accr of the bureau
for not having st.muiated more interest. Surely sufficient Re-
js and Sunday school participation could have been
aroused lev the respective heads 0: these institutions tc make
tne contest a cultural and educational projed of v.'hioh there
is c real dearth..
This is not -he only failure along cultural lines. Seventeen
of Miami ; prominent Jewish organizations banded tocerher as ZOA's ANSWER
Greater Miami Jewish Cultural ccrr.mit-ee are on the verge '_-. -..-.-. from p.i3- d
ing forced to discontinue the current series. No cooperc- pinioi I nkinfi
tion -no enthusiasm no a---c-ndanoe. What a sheme for c att :-: n th< Zionist
cosmopolitan City as cure with such a large Jewish population. '- '' Iced if the Congress had uni-
tinued. -Grand ol [ii d the various factions of dele-
dman said he believes
BRITISH PLAN MARTIAL LAW FOR PALESTINE h it did not seem so
ble t n the surface while he was at
Executives oi the Miami and Miami Beach chapters of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Women's division, welcomed National
Vice President Mrs. Thomas Brusk 'center) last Thursday at a
meeting held at the home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin, 849 Lenox ave.
Pictured with Mrs. Brusk are Mrs'. Louis Glasser (left), presi-
dent of the Beach chapter, and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, president
of the Town group.
MIAMIANS SAY ZOA
GAINED AT CONGRESS
(Continued from Page 1)
Kaplan Defeats Two
For Y Presidency
Leon Kaplan was elected presi-
dent of the Miami Y during the
annual meeting Wednesday night
at Temple Israel. He defeated
E. Albert Pallot
and Abe Gold-
man.
Other officers
chosen Wednes-
day were Max
R. Silver, vice
president; Sam
Seitlin, secre-
tary, and Dave
Brown, treas-
urer.
Henry Jacobson, Harry Sch-"
wartz and Jack Apte won three-
year terms on the board of di-
rectors.
One-year terms on the board
went to E. Albert Pallot, Ben
Essen, Stanley C. Myers. Eugene
Weiss, Mrs. Ben Essen. Seymour
Simon, Jake Sher. Herbert Scher,
Joseph Bermann. Murray Coulton,
Sam Beckman, Charles H. Cohen,
Ben Markowitz. Sam Kratish. Mrs.
!. n Kaplan, Theodore Sak
Leon Lieberman, Nat Blum-
berg, M. J. Kopelowitz. Paul
S-bel. Nat Gans. Sidney Lefcourt,
Mrs. Maurice Sager. Al Berko-
witz, Leonard Jacobus, Al Reis-
man and Abe Goldman.
This will be Kaplan's first full
term as president. He was elect-
ed from the vice presidency when
George Chertkof resigned several
months ago.
tu: i
'
brok r.
err.phai:zec ;: = -i~::r.? ::
executive -; -. Jevrisfe )-:.:-
al cour.c:i here U --.:- '.. -----
Ben Zv. preaideel t-.t = h
port or. tha tafia btU wili
Gurr.ey.
Th- -
...
.
men:
-
searches last week. S.
ports were 1 n
ancil in "- I Aviv
:
A resolution sha pi :..-.-' Israel ;."
ing the attacv. n British
r.

bv rr.ili-
' '-
front
po- the C :.:ess. since each side
: t without flamii ht forth its own ideology.
"But when a final decision was
"Oni tic and thor. hed, all of the delegates \
-" tion of Di live," he said.
met, hasizing the new spirit of co-
: that had resulted at the
'- vorld pa: li
p ike to Mr. Good-
r.ds "aided lit-
i much.' It is uni-
l not d
" ": n< n'. 7. though
ruing thiesl
in An :. .'
contribu-
had just finished tele-
Dr. Silver, wh 1 con-
belief that fu-
ture 1 tion was indicated.
Bi itish interest in the Congress
n ti d by Broad, who be-
installations v.
Tel A At tl
same time, I Pinna, in noi th-
to submit to governm nl
ties a proti t
.... that 1 eedii
I z ; itched by Bntish spies
dwellings of innocent cit
WISE'S STATEMENT
It is 1 Zionists fin-
'.: for
inl th :
til
wen
in Palestine, a majority of
taken prisoner were Re-
t-
te ag-
tionin Pal( tini B
lovnlntHAil
awellmgS 01 innocent cm: ana Continued from Page 1) '.- ,
wouno:ng a nu It nsideration shares for thi lonizatioi
zed that looting ol lestion Wl All othei ; "e' itated that the Pai-
ne to tine problei ing f;ist to
quent occurrence during soarche -" ''- an The Congn may have
''- nisi ted it to the extent of show-
nt of the
TORTURE CHARGED

that -.- little evil
Goodman Aids Zionist
Search for Camp Site
Inspection of sites for the pro-
posed Southeastern Brandeis
camp will be made this weekend
by S. A. Goodman, Miami Beach
realt -. and Macey Kronsberg of
Charleston, S. C. who wi
cently appointed by Abe Beiko-
witz of Birmingham, Southeast-
ern Zionist president.
Goodman, a member of the
founders' committee for the camp,
will fly to Asheville. N. C. to-
day to meet Kronsberg and Dr.
Shlomo Bardin. director of the
Brandos camp. Winterdale. Pa.
The drive to establish the Z:^n-
:.-t y..uth camp in the South was
at the ninth annual con-
ference of the Southeastern Zion-
ist :r^ion in Miami Beach in
:ber.
Ed Singer of Miami Beach was
appointed chairman of a campaign
to raise $175,000 in the region for
the establishment of the camp.
The Southern camp will follow
the principles of the first Brandeis
camp which was started over five
years ago at Winterdale through
the initiative of the late Supreme
Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis.
Over 750 young men and women
have attended the institute.
A campaign to establish a camp
in each region of the United
States has been launched by the
National Zionist Youth commis-
sion, since the Winterdale insti-
tute can accommodate only 200
campers a year, Goodman said.
TV, IT, -. _,u _, j; ,.T- ;., rt ------*- n.av ji'j I.lut.- evil --------.|-.%. v^. ........ ill'lll OI 1
-'..... fact that the
nouncer appealed to the author:- much
ties to realize that it was "imp--
Announcing his
resignation
sible to solve the Palestine prob- f "" j / Ta res'*natior,
lem against the will of the Jewish wE '-,d- ? d, n t'P' Dr
r>,.,.r.i -.^,i s.r.^-..:.- .. .v. vvise Salci- I do not. I canno!

people and in opposition to the
spirit of Zionism."
The lrgun Zvai Leumi, broad-
casting on its underground trans-
mitter, "Voice of Fighting Zion."
admitted that it had carried out
last week's country-wide attacks
and charged that one of its mem-
bers who was captured in a taxi
was "cold bloodedly killed" by
the British. The announcer said
that three other men apprehend-
ed at the same time were taken
to a military camp where they
-
of "Abie's Irish Rose" They
told_us that v..
'it New V rk's Americ Ynuti
and industry
;> which dealt with
Problerns on expansion of the two
the ab-
I th,- count".

at one in our demands upon the
British Government" f.,r a Jew-
ish state, free immigration and
land purchases, fulfillment ,.f the
Balfour declaration and the Man-
date.
.popular Palestinian Wk^g^V^S^^est of ,
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Friday, January 10, 1947
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)AY, JANUARY 10, 1947
iami AJC to Observe
)R Date With Review
Commemorating the birthday of
anklin D. Roosevelt, Mrs. I. M.
pinstein will review four books
out the late president for the
esday Book Digest of the Mi-
' Women's division, American
wish Congress, 2 p.m. Jan. 21
[Temple Israel.
the books she will discuss are
liot Roosevelt's "As He Saw
Frances Perkins' "The Roose-
8t I Knew," Louis Adamic's
firmer at the White House," and
_Ce Admiral R. T. Mclntyre's
"White Hnu.se Physician."
k-tails for the event were made
^B board members of AJC Mon-
^mr afternoon at the home of Mrs.
*-ry Goldman, 2255 S.W. 24th
Also planned was a mah
^gg and card party to be held
i evening of Feb. 4 at 1545 S.W.
Ilrd st. Mrs. Etta Beck was
pointed chairman of this af-
tentative arrangements were
ide for the donor luncheon
ich will be held in conjunction
With the Miami Beach group in
B>or of Dr- and Mrs- Stephen
.Wise.
*knislilThridlian
PAGE FIVE
Close Reservations
Reservations for the annual
tier-dance of the Miami sec-
National Council of Jewish
fien, will be closed Wedncs-
^JUtings may be made with Mrs.
Fnink Weiss, 734 15th st., or Mrs
L Rubin. 1415 Collins ave.
he affair is scheduled for the
bnial Inn Sunday evening, Jan.
i The regular floor show will
Be on hand to entertain Council
numbers and friends.
Beach Zionists Slate
Address By Delegate
Mami Beach Zionists will hear
a first-hand account of the World
Zionist Congress when Abraham
Goodman speaks on "Personality
and Politics of the Congress" at
a luncheon in the Helene hotel
Wednesday.
The public is invited to the
luncheon, Jack D. Burris, presi-
dent of the Beach Zionist district,
announces.
Shepard Broad who was a dele-
gate to the Congress with Good-
man will broadcast on the weekly
"Palestine Reports" program
sponsored by the district 7:45 p.m.
Sunday on Station WKAT.
Broad and Goodman described
the Congress for 46 directors of
toe district who met at the home
of Oscar Lelchuk, 1226 Lenox av.,
Monday night.
They concluded that Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
has emerged as the outstanding
leader of world Jewry.
Dr. David S. Andron, member-
ship chairman, announced that
the current campaign will be ex-
tended for two weeks and asked
that workers turn in their re-
ports.
To Speak On Marriage
Charles Cohen, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Social Service
bureau, will speak on the socio-
logical basis of marriage Tuesday
evening at Temple Beth Sholom.
His talk will be the second in
a tries of marriage forums spon-
d by the Temple Fratority.
Cousins to Celebrate
Bar Mitzvas Together
It will be a double celebration
for a pair of young Miami Beach
boys Saturday morning when
Sidney Naness and his cousin,
Charles Hochman, both celebrate
their Bar Mitzvas at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Naness, 1028 Collins ave.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hoch-
man, Surf hotel, 444 Ocean dr., are
inviting their friends to attend
a kiddush following the services.
Sidney and Charles are both
students at the Miami Beach Jun-
ior High school.
JNF Certificates Given
At Anniversary Event
Jewish National Fund golden
book certificates were awarded
at the program held by Club One
of the Pioneer Women's organi-
zation Sunday evening to mark
the 45th anniversary of the JNF.
One certificate was awarded in
absentia to Mrs. Goldie Meir-
son, Palestine labor leader and
Jewish Agency member. Other
honorees were Mrs. Pearl Raid-
man, the club's child rescue fund
chairman, and I. Rosengarten,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Breen, and
Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman.
Mrs. Rose Keil inscibed a certifi-
cate in memory of her late hus-
band.
Other certificates, inscribed for
the Pioneer Women's Nachlath
colony in Palestine, were award-
ed to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Shapsen Wool on
their 50th wedding anniversary,
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr.
and Mrs. August and Mrs. Anna
Sorin-Bild.
Mrs. J. Stadlin was chairman of
the program which included ad-
dresses by Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. I.
Rosengarten was cochairman.
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NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TONY'S IIKSTACRANT, Intends to
register the said name with the Olerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TONY JACOVIDES
ALFRED KREISLER,
SIS Reynold Hldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney-at-Iaw.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
the restaurant business under the
fictitious name of ItAHAMA, at 3S90
N. W. Third Street, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL HY.MAN
rim.ii' it. WAitsiiAW
Co-partners,
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SANITARY GROCERY & DELK3A-
TESSEN, at 1410 S. W. 6th Street*
Miami, Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
MORRIS CENZAR,
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN?"'
l/3AioT7-2y48-3flr AP""Cant-
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PEPPER'S SURPLUS & SALVAGE,
at 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
MORRIS PEPPER
.____ FANNY PEPPER
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
Listen to the
Palestine
Report
Every Sunday Evening
Station WKAT
7:45 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH
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Government Inspection
No. 1
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MIAMI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
si INS II INF. SANDWICH CO., at 1415
N. E. 2nd Ave., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
NATHAN ZEISK1,.
i/iQ-17-24-31____________Boto Owner.
NOTICK IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
mT8inaeSU5der lhp 'l-t'tlous name of
?H$B&m2 SANDWICH shops, at
1415 N E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit (Jourt of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN ZELSEL.
1/10-17-24-31 S'e Wner'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALLAPATTAH PROPERTIES, in the
City of Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANN MEYERS WEINSTEIN
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
u-Ui-Kt',e>S,?,^,1der the <--tltloua name of
KLNDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144
b. W. Eighth Street, intends to reg-
ster said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
,. HENRY 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
BBS?" &&* fictitious name of
" TmV S01>IANA RESTAURANT.
SUiSL1 W,- 27tn Avenue. Miami
wi?h ,hJAJen.d V !'e:,8,er sa'd name
ni. e a.erk,,f ,he Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RUDOLF BEGEEST
...~ MARTHA BEGEEST
AMOS BENJAMIN,
Attorney for Rudolf
& Martha Begeest,
u/WX&V^-Mlaml *
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND
EA'lHAST, at 161.0 S W 8th St.
Courn,y?fF.oridaCirCUlt Urt f Dade
JULIUS NADLER
ELLIS SAM ESS
...... BERTHA SAMESS
WILLIAM L. PALLOT,
A..t,trn,ev for Applicant,
1214 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE
I'O. (not Inc.), In the City of Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
IRVING J. PLASKOFF
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
HURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING
OO. (not Inc.), at 2829 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 In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W.
12th Ave.. Miami, Fla.. Intends to
reKlster said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida. REBA BALSAM.
12/20-27 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, at 3 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
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at
45 N. E. L'lst Street, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES T. KoRSON,
Sole Owner.
ISAAC JAFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
l/in-17-24-31 2/7
,t,H?JiCE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
svTv'^vn.?ev ,he Bot&ou. MUM Of
TIES in^^. STRBBW PROPER.
i. '. ,ne, Cltv ot Miami. Florida
the Clerk orB,h,tT-,,hVald name '""
Coun,y.rkMorldhae Cto",il CUrt f Dad
JERRY WEINSTEIN
BENJAMIN MEYERS
ROBERT BRENNER
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
9i"il?5ii^Sdfl; lne o"
S -^"^E CURB MARKET, at 300
?:J .K|Bhth Ave., Miami. Fla.. in-
55528 f fS^. *a.1'1 "amo wlth "
^unV%or1daC,rCUU < Dado
ISAAC JOFFE^"* KTOVlW.
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
S f J* 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 in
business under the fictitious name of
BROOKLYN BEEF CO., at 3938 N. W.
I.th Ave., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
..______ ARTHUR BOROK
MYERS. HEIMAN Ai KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Arthur Borok,
650 Seybold Bid*..
Miami 32, Florida.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COTTON DRESS SHOP, at 612 N. W.
Second Avenue, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
ANNA H. LEIHOW1TZ,
MAX R. SILVER. S'" Wner-
Attorney for Applicant.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
AUGUST BROS RvJ
I fhK Jr vr/
is the be sr
i.
THE 0AifUt*f
MANNtNG 'S
SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
^ THE FISH WE SERVE TO-DAY
5LEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT"
HARC0AL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN p:
"VJji FRANK HARNEY, JR, MANAGING DIRECTOR jk f
fj* j/r^1 OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 12 00 NOON \*sJ?
(I S DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT
Mtj&" f0R RESERVATIONS--9-1244 (&, ,/
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SCHAFFERS PLUMBING CO.. Not
Inc., at 821 S. W. ISth 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. Harklns, holder of County 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:
Wtf Section 8, Township 53 South.
Range 35 East containing 320 acres
more or less in the County of Dade.
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In 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
dav of February. 1947.
Dated this 19th day of December,
1946.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida,
..... .Fy N- C. STERRtTT, D.C.
12/30-17 1/1-10


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+Je*istntridte_
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1347
PERSONALLY SPEAKING .
(Continued from Pas* 2)
Returning to Vienna at the
end of the month will be Leon-
ard Lieberman, who has been
home from Europe on a 30-day
leave. Stationed in Europe ior
the past four years on U. S.
government business, Mr. Lieb-
erman has been visiting his
mother, Mrs. Doro Lieberman.
330 N. W. First st He will leave
Miami on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Werth-
eimer celebrated their silver;
wedding anniversary Sunday
afternoon with a reception at
Kaplan hall for their friends i
... Dr. and Mrs. Leo Kupper
returned Sunday from a trip to,
San Juan, Cuba, and South;
America.
When Richard Alan Shapiro
observed his Bar Mitzva at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Saturday
morning he wore the full dress
uniform of Bolles Academy,
w&ich he attends at Jackson-
ville, Fla. His parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Shapiro, of New
Rochelle, N. Y., and 5238 Alton
rd., tendered a dinner at Ciro's
Saturday evening. Guests in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. C. Iser-
zog of Miami and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Schulder, Rcbbi and Mrs.
Leon Kronish and Cantor end
Mrs. Sarr.uel Ke'.erner c: Miami
Beach. Out-of-town guests were
Mr. end Mrs. J. Rubin Mr. z-~
Mrs. A. 'Molokoff and Richard s
sisters, Miss Caryl Shcpiro and
Mrs. Beatrice Orrr.s'.y, afl c: New
Rochelle; Miss Alice Linker
Miss S. Wekman, Mr and Mrs.
William Schechter Mr. and
Mrs. I. Chrincer. Mr. and Mrs.
Al Greenspan. Mr. zr.d Ma
Jack Linker, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. I. Stein
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lasse: Dr. and
Mrs. J. Trackman, all of New
York; Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. Gevirts,
Sccrsdcle; Mr. end Mrs. S.
Sessler Bcstcr. Mr. and Mrs.
M. Unger Greenwich
AJC Calls for Unity
In Immigration Fight
NEW YORK (JTA)The Ameri-
can Jewish conference has called
upon its 63 affiliated organiza-
tions to drop all independent
campaigns for the admittance of
100.000 displaced persons to the
United States under the immi-
gration quotas which were not
used during the war years, and to
rallv behind the newly-created
National Citizenship committee
on Displaced Persons headed by
Earl Harrison. American member
of the Intergovernmental C re-
mittee on Refugees.
No Martial Law Plan.
Says Colonial Office
LONDON. (JTA)-No deci-
sion has been taken to impow
martial law in Palestine, or to
launch punitive expeditions
against Jewish settlements
there, a spokesman for the Co-
lonial Office told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency ihis wek.
He said that military measures
were not discussed in London,
but admitted that such meas-
ures had been considered in
Palestine.
, Weiss Heads School*
Milton Weiss of Miami Beach
was elected chairman of the Dade
I county school board Tuesday. An
attorney, Weiss has been a mem-
'ber of he school board for three
I consecutive terms. Hto present
'term will expire in 1948.____
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Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Michaelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
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Mr. and Mrs. Julien Appere,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lirori. Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Goldberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schul-
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Gross Mr. end Mrs. Louis G^::-
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Rur:r:. Mr. and Mrs. Max Feld-
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Rabbi S. M. Machtei offici-
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>AY, JANUARY 10, 1947
+JewlsHk)rXUari
PAGE SEVEN
i. Goodman to Speak
Zionist Congress
[A first-hand analysis of the
forld Zionist Congress will be
|ven by Mrs. Abraham Good-
an, president of the Miami
each group of Hadassah, when
lie organization meets at 1:30
\.m. Monday in the National hotel
litorium.
Mrs. Goodman returned this
jM W

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mk
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MRS. GOODMAN
week from Basle, Switzerland,
where she attended the 22nd
? World Zionist Congress.
| Mrs. Leo Chaikin, chairman of
'toe child welfare program, will
Introduce a damatization based
on the functions of the project
which helps to keep the infant
mortality rate in Palestine among
the lowest in the world and to
maintain other standards of child
c*re.
'*Mrs. Chaikin advises that Ha-
daasah's program includes the
support and administration of
Few Tickets Available
For Opera Performance
A few tickets to the Jan. 14th
performance of "La Boheme" are
still available at the Sholem lodge
office, 330 Seybold bldg., accord-
ing to Marx Feinberg, chairman
of the B'nai B'rith opera party.
Members of the Miami lodge
are arranging parties to attend
the Miami Opera Guild perform-
ance Tuesday at the Miami Sen-
ior High school. The production
will feature Metropolitan opera
stars.
Feinberg, who is president of
the Guild's chorus, will portray
a minor role in the opera.
JCRS Plans Donor Event
Greater Miami Jewish Con-
sumptives' Relief society will
meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center to
plan for the donor luncheon to
be held Feb. 12 at the Beach-
comber.
Mrs. William Levine, chairman,
has requested members to bring
in ad journal accounts. Mrs. Rose
Levey will preside.
nearly 50 child welfare stations,
40 playgrounds, the daily feeding
through a school luncheon proj-
ect of 30,000 children and the su-
pervision of health in the schools
in Palestine where almost 100,000
youngsters come regularly for ex-
aminations.
Also on the program Monday
Will be a political Zionist report
by Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, program chairman,
will introduce a musical inter-
lude.
Middle-Aged Woman Wanted
As Houseworker.
Family of Two Adults
Can Sleep In or Out
Call 5-1929
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Metal Products, Paint. Insulation and Building Material
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Phone 2-1520
TREATMENT OF
ALCOHOLISM
ANNOUNCEMENT
May we bring to your attention the opening of the
Miami Health Haven which will have a unit devoted ex-
clusively to the treatment of ALCOLHOLISM (Excessive
drinking) using modern, proven and accepted methods.
THE CHRONIC ALCOHOLIC IS A SICK PERSON
. sick from a definite and demonstrable disease and at
such, deserves careful understanding medical and psycho-
logical treatment.
Should you refer someone for treatment, their alcoholic
problem will be efficiently and confidentially handled.
Anyone entrusted in our care will receive what we believe
to be the most dependable and conscientious treatment
offered and thus accelerate their rehabilitation.
Following treatment, we suggest affuiatinq with the
group Alcoholics Anonymous.
Full information will be given upon request, or if you
prefer a member of our staff will call on you.
Members: Research Council on Problems of Alcohol.
MIAMI HEALTH HAVEN
2927 Blacoyne Boulevard Miami 37, Florida
Phone 3-2004
Brownies Change Site
Brownies of the Miami Y will
change the site of their meeting
to the home of Mrs. Milton Stone,
2825 S.W. Seventh ave., as of 4
p.m. next Wednesday afternoon.
Seventeen Brownies went on a
picnic Sunday at Matheson Ham-
mock with Mr. and Mrs. Stone,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Saks and
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sterling.
The fathers grilled the hot dogs
and mothers helped pop corn.
Refreshments were provided by
the Miami Service league which
supervises scouting projects at
the Y.
STRICTLY KOSHER
Double Rooms and Board
GOOD LOCATION
REASONABLE PRICES
Also Reservations for Dinner
S. SMULIN & SONS
1348 S. W. 2nd Street
Phone 3-7539
Beach AJC To Present
Fifth Book Review
Fifth in the series of this sea-
son's Friday Reviews will feature
a discussion of John P. Mar-
quand's "B. F.'s Daughter" at 1:30
p.m. today in the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
The review, sponsored by the
Miami Beach Women's division of
the American Jewish Congress,
will be given by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein.
Call 4-7485 for
SOLAR HEATER
HELP!
Repairs of AH Kinds
Electrolysis Bushings
Boosters Installed
Solar Water Service
DON S. COLEMAN
Part of the proceeds from the
sale of books in the lobby will be
devoted to AJC projects, accord-
ing to Mrs. Leonard Kimball,
chairman of the series. Mrs.
Frank Weiss is cochairman.
JOINT RECITAL
ZVEE
SCOOLER
Dramatist
BENJAMIN
Z E M A C H
Dancer
Sunday, January 12th
8:30 P.M.
Miami Beach Senior High
School
Tickets: $1.00 plus tax
Auspices Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural Committee
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. 194?
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CJA Trades Leaders
Meet With Sail. Scher
Preliminary to the March 2 op-
ening of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's annual campaign,
50 leaders of the 1947 trades di-
vision met at the Federation of-
fice last night with Ned Sail and
Herbert Scher, who have accept-
ed cochairmanship of the division.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the $1,309,741 campaign for 54
agencies, addressed the meeting.
Myers is conferring with business
and professional leaders and will
shortly announce a list of chair-
men for approximately 60 trades
and professions.
Circle To Install
New Branch Sunday
Installation of the Workmen's
Circle branch 692Y, English
speaking division, will be marked
at a banquet and1 concert at 7
p.m. Sunday at the circle's lyce-
um, 25 Washington ave.
Officers to be installed are Paul
Katz, president; Jack Cobern,
financial secretary; Mrs. William
Brody, corresponding secretary;
William Brody, treasurer; Mrs.
Paul Katz, recording secretary;
Mrs. L. Sadoff, hospitaler; Felix
Rosenthal, membership chairman.
The new group meets on the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month at the lyceum.
Talianoff to Review
"Songs of Friendship"
"Songs of Friendship." Irving
Caesar's new book, will be re-
viewed for B'nai B'rith Women of
Sholem lodge 1:30 p.m. Tuesday
by George J. Talianoff, Florida
regional director of the Anti-
Defamation league.
Mrs. Jean Silverman and Mrs.
Max Bergman, vice presidents,
will be installed and new mem-
bers will be initiated. Marx Fein-
berg will sing several of the
Caesar songs.
Mrs. William Danziger is ar-
ranging the program.
Beach Y Intramurals
High scores were chalked up
Sunday when Beach Y teams
played three games in the intra-
mural basketball league.
The Comets beat the Jesters
37 to 29 in the opener with Feit
of the Comets leading with 11
points. When the Playboys best-
ed the Royal Palms 54-18,
Schwartzburg and Peters of the
winning team tied for scoring
honors with 16 points each.
The Comets took their second
win of the day over the Royal
Palms 61 to 32 with Magid of
Royal Palms taking scoring hon-
ors with 16 points.
"Cola" Facts!
THROUGH OUR
DOORS THE FIN-
EST PEOPLE IN
THIS CITY PASS
IN ONLY TO PASS
OUT!
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Miami's Bdorr Fiji Houm
MEETING CALLED TO
TRIM JSSB BUDGET
Budget committee members of
the Jewish Social Service bureau
will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Beth David to trim the family
agency's budget from the $55,000
preliminary figure submitted to
Community Chest four months
ago.
Following the failure of the
Chest to reach its $785,000 goal,
member agencies were requested
to revise their budgets by Jan.
31. JSSB had asked the Chest
for $51,702 of its budget origin-
ally.
Herb Scher. chairman of the
JSSB budget committee, will sub-
mit his group's recommendations
to the bureau's board of direc-
tors at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Beach Y.
It is expected that the JSSB
and other Chest agencies will
have to take about a 30 per cent
cut from preliminary budget esti-
mates since the Chest campaign
has realized only about 70 per
cent of the total requested by
member agencies.
JSSB's case committee will
meet on Monday, Jan. 20.
Rabbi Eisendrath
Describes Visit to UN
By HERMAN BINDER
Delivering his first post-presi-
dential address at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Eisendrath. recently elect-
ed president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
graphically related incidents
which transpired during his at-
tendance at the United Nations
conference in Paris.
Recognizing the lack of the
brotherly lo\'e spirit existing in
world politics, but withall, real-
istic to the prevailing diplomatic
conditions. Rabbi Eisendrath de-
plored the circumstances permit-
ting other minority groups the
privilege of personally presenting
their petitions to the various dele-
gated committees but refusing to
recognize similar Jewish repre-
sentatives despite universal
knowledge of the Jews' suffer-
ing and tribulations.
"But," said the rabbi, "Jews
must not, cannot and will not
lose hope. There is now, and un-
questionably will continue to be
a glimmer of light."
Rabbi Eisendrath was an of-
ficial representative at the Inter-
national Conference of Christians
and Jews, held at Oxford. Eng-
land, where more than 150 dele-
gates representing 15 nations or-
ganized on a tentative basis the
International Council of Chris-
tians and Jews, having as its first
objective, in Zurick, Switzerland
a workshop of anti-Semitism
Permanent headquarters will be
established in Paris.
During their visit to Miami.
Rabbi and Mrs. Eisendrath were
houseguests of Mrs. Eisendrath's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr
:md Mrs. Joseph A. Garfield, 842
Mrs. Rabinowitz Named
AJC Party Chairman
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz was
named chairman of the card and
mah jongg party which the Mi-
ami Beach'Women's division of
the American Jewish Congress
will sponsor Jan. 28 at the Na-
tional hotel.
She was appointed during a
board meeting last week at which
Mrs. Thomas Brusk. national vice
president, described the over-all
program of AJC.
Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, chair-
man of the victory journal, an-
nounced that the Miami group is
joining the Beach group in pre-
paring the journal and planning
the luncheon which AJC will ten-
der for Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
Wise, in March. Mrs. Sidney
Stepkin is chairman of the Miami
journal workers. Representing
the Beach group on the journal
committee are Mrs. Rabinowitz
and Mrs. Sue Greenberg.
Mrs. Jerome Kimball. member-
ship chairman, announced that
the Beach has 710 members, an
increase of 280 over last April.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. Beach presi-
dent, reported on the work of
AJC in combatting discrimination
in professional schools.
Pioneer Women Slate
Annual Donor Dinner
Sunday, March 16th will be the
date of the eighth annual donor
dinner to be sponsored by the
Pioneer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami. Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin, president of Club One, an-
nounced this week.
A national speaker will address
the gathering at the Helene hotel
dining room. A kosher dinner
will be served.
RABBI TO BROADCAST
Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman of
Temple Israel will participate in
the anniversary broadcast of the
Miami Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews at 7 p.m. Saturday over
Station WIOD.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
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AT THE
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MIAMI BEACH
SUNDAY. JAN. 12th
3:00 to 5:00 P. M.

ENTERTAINMENT
REFRESHMENTS
AWARDS

GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
Folk Chorus Begins
Cultural Forum Series
History of the Jewish sontf was
the theme of the first in a series
of cultural forums sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus.
The series was inaugurated
Saturday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fcldman.
77 N.E. 100th st.
Conductor Mallek of the Chi-
cago Jewish Folk Chorus de-
scribed the evolution of the Jew-
ish song emphasizing the transi-
tion from the days when singing
was limited to those ordained to
sing. He was introduced by Es-
ther Norris, manager of the local
chorus.
Persons interested in attending
future forums of the Chorus may
write to the secretary, Mrs. Irv-
ing Birnberg, 1745 S.W. Sixth st.
To Aid Sanitorium
Deboi ah Jewish Tuberculosis
Sanitorium of New Jersey will
benefit from the card party the
Miami Workmen's Circle Wom-
en's club will hold at the labor
.lyceum, 25 Washington ave., on
Jan. 27.
Here in the interest of the sani-
torium, Nathan Lebedinsky spoke
to the club recently on the work
of the institution.
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S C O O L E R
Dramatist
BENJAMIN
Z E M A C H
Dancer
Sunday, January 12th
8:30 P.M.
i
Miami Beach Senior High !
School
Tickets: $1.00 plus tax
Auspices Greater Miami I
Jciciali Cultural Committee
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1IDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
'JewishncrHian
ESS THAN 2,000 OF 27,000 JEWS
[SURVIVE WAR IN POLISH TOWN
Only 1,656 Jewish residents of*
Calish, Poland, are known to be
alive today out of a pre-war Jew-
Bh population of 27,000. And the
Survivors are sorely in need of
relief supplies.
This is the information received
by the service to the foreign born
department of the Miami section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, which has a list of the sur-
vivors available to Miamians in-
erested in contacting them.
The list, received through
HAS, gives names and present
addresses of survivors registered
vith the Jewish community of
Calish, Mrs. Max Finkelstein,
Executive secretary of the serv-
ice to the foreign, reported this
veek.
A letter written by Alexander
"Jarguis, chairman, and Moishe
Jlashkovitsky, secretary, of the
Palish committee, states that "a
Considerable number of Jews
have left and today we have with
us about 400 Jews, who are in-
ending to remain here."
The survivors who were regis-
tered had "spent much time in
the bunkers, in the forest, as par-
tisans and in the concentration
camps, as well as living under
lake arian names. Lately, some
Repatriates have been coming in
rom the Soviet Union."
The two men wrote that the
ommittee has established a
kitchen which accommodates 225
ersons for mid-day meals.
"The packages which we are
tceiving from America are used
feed 67 children and seven old
nd sick invalids. We also have
school where we teach 27 chil-
ren. The committee also or-
aized a first aid station where
give medical aid. We employ
free doctors and one dentist,"
ey wrote.
["Everything would be all right
I our thoughts and little energy
|ill left in us would be used un-
er normal circumstances. Un-
rtunately, though, we are still
png victimized and how long
this continue? Haven't we
Offered enough? We desire to
like all human beings, to live
uietly as the rest of the people,"
aey concluded.
' Relief in the form of food and
lothing packages may be sent
pther to an individual in care of
be committee or to the commit-
itself for general distribution,
Irs. Finkelstein said. Packages
hay be addressed to Alexander
larguis, Chairman, Okregowy
pjmitet Zydowski, PI. 11 Listo-
ada 15, Kalisz, Poland.
Save A Life League
To See Film At Tea
Work of the Los Angeles Tu-
berculosis Sanatorium and Medi-
cal Center will be shown in a
motion picture during the mem-
bership tea to be held by the
Greater Miami chapter of the
Save a Life league at the Ban-
croft hotel, 2 p.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Simon, past presi-
dent of the Pittsburgh Save a
Life, and Miss Nina Feldman of
Cleveland, field representative for
the Sanatorium, will participate
in the program.
Women joining at the meeting
Sunday will become charter mem-
bers.
Officers of the local chapter
for 1947 are Mrs. A. Kauffman,
president; Mrs. F. Freeman, Mrs.
Ryna Kahn, vice presidents; Mrs.
Mary Ziff, financial secretary;
Mrs. Elsie Mazor, treasurer; Mrs.
Louise Gumberg, secretary; Mrs.
Smith and Mrs. Sitzkin, trustees.
Horse Show to Benefit
Drum and Bugle Corps
More than 200 horses and 125
young and adult riders will com-
pete in the 30-class, two-program
Bridle and Saddle Club of Miami
Springs horse show Jan. 18 and
19 at the Hytone Acres ring in
Hialeah, 747 East Ninth st. The
shows on Saturday night and
Sunday afternoon are being
staged for the benefit of the
Greater Miami Boys' Drum and
Bugle corps.
Thirteen of the classes featuring
the children's and high school
classes will be held on Saturday
night starting at 7:45 p.m., while
the major classes including the
top stakes will be presented Sun-
day afternoon starting at 1 p.m.
More than $2,000 in cash prizes,
trophies and ribbons will be
awarded.
PAGE NINE
IN THE MAIL
Dear Sir:
I have read with amazement
the callous attitude of the Fed-
eration Budget "heads" in their
refusal of four local Organiza-
tions, sanctioned by the Federa-
tion for funds that they deemed
necessary to carry on their grow-
ing functions in a fast growing
Jewish Community.
It was not so very long ago,
that we hailed the formation of a
Federation, to co-ordinate and
eliminate the hundreds of indi-
vidual "drives" that befell the
city yearly. I am beginning to
believe that the Federation Lead-
ers are evolving into a soulless
corporation, with a new concep-
tion of "Tsdaka" which is cer-
tainly not Jewish in character.
They have already created a
flare of resentment, which does
not contribute much on the eve
of a MILLION DOLLAR Drive.
To correct that condition, I would
advise the Federation Leaders to
call a special Budget meeting im-
mediately, so that we can all
"pitch in" to make this DRIVE
a whole hearted success.
Sincerely,
HYMAN SOOTIN,
230 N.W. Second Ave.
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Rabbi from New York
Speaks Here Wednesday
Rabbi Abraham J. Bick, spirit-
ual leader of the Haym Solomon
synagogue of New York, will
speak at the Central Beach Ele-
mentary school, Washington ave.
and 14th st., at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
His topic will be "The Fate of
the Jewish People in Europe,
Palestine and the Soviet Union."
A question and discussion period
will follow his talk.
The event will be sponsored by
the American Birobidjan Com-
mittee of Greater Miami. Ad-
mission will be 50 cents.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
It gives me pleasure to enclose
a resolution, which was unani-
mously passed by the regional
conference at its sessions in Mi-
ami Beach.
With kindest personal regards
and Zion's Greetings, I am
Cordially yours,
ADALBERT FREEDMAN.
SOUTHEASTERN ZIONIST
REGION
A RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED by the dele-
gates to the Ninth Annual Con-
ference of the Southeastern Zion-
ist Region that a special vote of
thanks be extended Mr. Fred K.
Shochet, publisher of The Jew-
ish Floridian, for his part in giv-
ing the conference splendid pub-
licity and in presiding at the press
institute, conducted during the
sessions of the conference.
ABE BERKOWITZ,
President.
ATTEST:
ADALBERT FREEDMAN,
Conference Secretary.
Y Begins Intramurals
Miami Y basketball teams
opened play in the intramural
league Monday night with AZA
517 (Sigma Rho) defeating the
Five by Five outfit by a 16-10
margin.
Games scheduled next week at
the Y include Dux vs. Five by
Five, 7:30 p.m., and AZA 322A vs.
AZA 517, 8:30 p.m., Monday, and
AZA 322B vs. Independents, 7:30
p.m., and Dux vs. AZA 322A, 8:30
p.m., Tuesday.
No admission is charged to
spectators.
Venetian Pool Offers
Swimming Instructions
Swimming instructions will be
given to women who are non-
swimmers starting Monday at the
Venetian pool at 10:30 a.m., as
announced by Ted Bleier, chair-
man of the water safety commit-
tee of the Dade County Chapter,
American Red Cross.
Classes will be conducted by
Mrs. Upton Ewing, water safety
instructor. Any person interested
in joining these classes may do
so by calling the American Red
Cross.
1690
S. W. 8th St.
Phone
3-9305
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*Jewistflcndiain
DEVOTES LIFE TO
(The name of Dr. Chaim
in the field of the Zionist movement. In 1
. 07 .u- i:_u ~ ii> 7innisi movement, in
Chaim Weizmann was born on Nov. z/.
1874, in Motol, government of Pinsk, Russia.
He received the traditional education of a
Jewish youth. At the age of 11 he was sent
to the technical school in Pinsk, at the same
time continuing his Hebrew studies. At 17
he left for Germany and studied at the Uni-
versities of Freiburg, Berlin and Geneva from
9 was "already the discoverer of many im-
portant chemical processes and at the same
Ume a rising figure in the Jewish world
Weizmann, from early youth, displayed a
yearning for Eretz Israel. In that he was
qreatly influenced by the ferven Zionis
_i_ ...u.. wmi living ai
preacher, Masliansky, who was
which'he was graduated in 1900 as doctor f^lSi SKS-h
of chemistry. He served as instructor in ached himself to^MasY jfi d
chemistry in the Geneva university for the propaganca.for Hibas *on w .
three years then was appointed as lecturer raising for this cause; J^1S Jas ^ j Zion.
at Victoria university, Manchester. England, first activity in the field of practical ^ion
later becoming professor of chemistry there, ism. remarkably
first in the field of bio-chemistry and second Weizmann at the age of 11.
_________* ... the only place for founding a Hebrew university in
the Jew is in Palestine, that he Jerusalem. He was a strong op-
Beach Home Group Plans
New Member Reception
New members' day will be ob-
served by the Miami Beach Wom-
an's Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged at a dessert
luncheon meeting Jan. 21 at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Harry Kraff. soprano, will
sing several selections accom-
panied by Anyuta Melicov at the
piano. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherry will preside.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel and Mrs.
Joseph Kane, membership chair-
men, will receive the guests.
will dream always of Pales-
tine." At the end of the letter
he says: "the Jews will have to
accomplish this restoration
themselves, they cannot rely
on anybody, but if assistance
ever did come from anywhere,
it will come from England."
Beth David to Begin
Minstrel Show Casting
Seeking hometown talent for
its April minstrel show, the Beth
David Sisterhood is scheduling a
"testing party" at the synagogue
for 8 p.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Gordon is in charge
of the event. Beth David mem-
bers have been invited to attend
regardless of whether they think
they have talent.
Next meeting of the Sisterhood
will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Beth
David with Mrs. Joseph Bermann
presiding. Mrs Bernard Sterling
has requested rep< rts from work-
ers on the napkin project.
Mrs. Bart Entertains
Temple Sisterhood
Mrs. Jan Bart will entertain the
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Temple, according to Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan, president.
ponent of the Uganda project. In
the controversy between the prac-
tical and political Zionists he took
I the middle ground.
The practical Zionists, usual-
ly called the democratic faction,
opposed the policy of devoting
all Zionist efforts to political
activity and waiting for dip-
lomatic salvation. They, strong-
ly influenced by Ahad Ha-Am,
aimed at the promotion of a
more revolutionary, more deep-
ly rooted nationalism, a greater
degree of democracy in the
leadership of the movement and
a program of day by day activ-
ity of a cultural nature through-
out the diaspora. Weixmann
was for a fusion of the two
trends of thought and coined
the term "Synthetic Zionism."
In the First World War, Weiz-
mann's contribution to the mili-
tary efforts of England and her
allies enabled him to establish
contacts with the foremost states-
men of the time. Lloyd George
has borne testimony to the value
of Weizmann's process for the
manufacture of acetone and to-
luene, starting materials for TNT,
at the time of the munitions crisis
during the war. Lloyd George re-
lated how Weizmann refused all
rewards or honors for himself and
asked only for recognition of the
Jewish National Home. The Bal-
four declaration for the creation
a cultural youtn group, h homeland was
ah. It was a forerunner ,____,.. ... .,_ .
Undoubtedly, he was influenced
by Disraeli's stories ur.d George
Eliot's "Daniel Deronda" which
he read in the Hebrew transla-
tions.
In his student years in Berlin.
Weizmann was one of the organ-
izers of
Kdima
Following the issuance of the
Balfour declaration on Nov. 17.
1917, though holding no official
mandate from the Zionist or-
ganisation, Weixmann became
the universally recognised
leader.
In March, 1918, he went to
Palestine as the head of a Zionist
commission. On July 21, 1918. he
laid the foundation of the He-
brew university on Mount Sco-
pus On Feb. 27, 1919, he, with
Sokolow and Ussishkin, appeared
at the Paris peace conference to
plead the cause of Zionism. In
1923 he began the long and diffi-
cult negotiations with leading
American Jews which six years
later resulted in the creation of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine.
Since 1921, with an interruption
of four years, he served as presi-
dent of the World Zionist organ-
ization and of the Jewish Agency
since its establishment.

At 72, Weizmann is harassed
by many afflictions. The war
claimed the supreme sacrifice of
his RAF pilot son; it brought
about the brutal extermination of
millions of Jews whom he loved
and in whose behalf he devoted a
lifetime of struggle. The war left
in its wake the remnant of Euro-
pean Jewry homeless and help-
less and the gates of Palestine
are closed. At the recent 22nd
World Zionist Congress he en-
countered strong opposition and
his reelection to the presidency
of the World Zionist organization
was left in abeyance.
David Ben-Gurion in his clos-
ing speech referred to Weizmann
as "that great Jew of our genera-
tion whose place in Jewish his-
tory does not depend on his re-
election or otherwise, to whose
credit stands a great politcal
achievementthe Balfour declar-
ationand whose life has been
closely intertwined with the frui-
ton of the Zionist cause."
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
NEW DRAMA COACH
Ruth Payenson, who holds a
master's degree in dramatics, is
new coach of the Miami Y dra-
matics club.
Miss Payenson is rehearsing
the Miami Y Players in "Out of
the Frying Pan" on Monday and
Tuesday evenings.
Persons interested in dramatics,
especially men, are invited to
join the group.
Y. League Leaders,
Slate Game Monday
Varsity team of the Beach Y,
which was leading the Miami
Beach men's basketball league
until Wednesday, will play the
Swank Shop team Monday eve-
ning at the Miami Beach High
school.
The Y team had won three
games and lost none before play-
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Mrs. Kogan has announced the cal Zionist movement at once. At j
appointment of several new mem- the second Zionist Congress he
bers of the advisory committee.' was very active in framing the I
They are the Mesdames Irving policy of the Colonial Bank. At'
Becker. Leon Ell, Joseph Fenias. the fourth Congress he became
Emanuel Goldstrich, Louis Kren- the leading spirit or. the cultural
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SUleefaiy. a$ QAtaleA, Miami
UoubeAoft UloAiAip,
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington are
funi Beach, Rabbi Moms Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder.
i., E2?*y ev%ni lrviue? f}5:,1,5 pm- Late Fridav n'ght iorm
at 8.30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "In Search of A Name,"
the problem of the identification of the Jew in his exilic environ-
ment. Cantor Feder will lead in the communal singing. Sabbath
I5?r'\r,mn5 si0?;5. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "In
[With the New. Intermediate services, 9 a.m., under the super-
vision of board of education. Junior congregation, 10 a.m., under the
[supervision nf Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddish of refresh-
ments served to both youth groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner and a
l&isierhood committee. Bible stuuy ai 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman
I in charge Mincha at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi
IJMescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at 6 10
Ip.m.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackorsky. w
Friday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Satur-
day, 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
the Rabbi will discuss the portion of the week and conduct Shalos
?udos singing. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m. followed by a class
n Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish
aws and customs.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
7lh ?e., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
i J*blos shabbos. 5:3 P-m. Friday evenine forum. 8:30 p.m.
iabbi Orauer will speak on "Jewish Education: Its Problem and
Solution. Sabbath services, 8:30 a. m. Junior services. 9:30 a. m..
conducted by Abraham Gross at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Eman-
Uel Karger and Mrs. Fred Ochs as hostesses. Mincha. 4:45 p.m..
followed by Shalos Sudos. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
iponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green. Mrs. Ochs and Mrs. Leo
lotenberg will be hostesses.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami,
llabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
% ^ate Friday evening services, 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and
Cantor Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Beth David choir
Ipder the direction at Louis Powesky. Rabbi Amram Prero, na-
lonal director of boys work for the B'nai B'rith Youth organization,
rill discuss the subject "No Suicide for Hans." B'nai B'rith youth
l-oups of Greater Miami will present a program and be hosts at
ke Oneg Snabbat in the auditorium immediately after the services
uva S- Harrv Markowitz have donated the floral offering.
Bbbath services, 8:30 a. m., students' service. 10:30 a. m. Saturday
ar Mitzva breaklast club, sponsored by the P-TA. 8:45 a. m. Sunday
.MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
jpacn. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive director.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
the subject "We Face the Challenge." Cantor J. Goldring will
^nt the service assisted by the Center choir. On Saturday morn-
t, the rabbi will preach on the weekly portion of the law. Charles
n of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hochman, and Sidney, son of Mr. and
rs. Albert Naness. will celebrate their Bar Mitzvas. AZA-BBG-
Mitzva breakfast, Sunday morning, 9 a.m., with Judge Harold
Spaet, president of the Home for the Aged, as guest speaker
Tial director of boys' work for the B'nai B'rith Youth organization
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
ritman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
i Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. The Rev. Donald Douds. man-
of the Community church of Miami Shores, will be guest speak-
Members of the church have been invited to the service and
reception in their honor. Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the ser-
ce and explain Jewish ritual objects and the service to visiting
lurch members. The Rev. Douds is returning Rabbi Zwitman's
pit to the church. Hostesses at the reception will be Mrs. Lake
Men Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Mrs. Samuel J. Weinstein and Mrs. Sid-
KuA.runovltz: Mrs- Martin Spilka will light the Sabbath candles,
pbbatn morning services, 11 a.m. Saturday.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach,
bi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Just back from Switzerland,
hepard Broad will speak on the 22nd World Zionist Congress
*nch he attended in Basle. Rabbi Kronish will conduct the serv-
and introduce the guest speaker with a brief explanation of the
pngress Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m.. Saturday, will include a spe-
ll birthday service honoring all children in the Religious school
Hose birthdays occur in January. Following the service, a birthday
ncheon will be held at Frances Powell's restaurant, 525 41st st
ntor Kelemer will render the musical portions at all services
Council Raises Half
Of Oral School Quota
Half of the year's budget for
the Alexander Graham Bell
Oral School was realised at a
dozen teas held last Friday by
members of the Miami section.
National Council of Jewish
Women.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers report-
ed that the teas had aroused
a great deal of interest in Coun-
cil's project to aid the hard-of-
hearing.
Contributions are still being
received from members she
said, and future fund raising
affairs are being planned to sup-
port the school for preschool
deaf children.
Dr. Silver Is Pleased
With Congress Results
BASLE, (JTA)The resolu-
tions adopted by the 22nd World
Zionist Congress were "a clear
reflection of the true convictions
of world Jewry" and the new ex-
ecutive "will carry out faithfully
the letter and spirit of the resolu-
tions," Dr. Silver said in an ex-
clusive interview with the Jewish
Telegraph Agency before leaving
Basle.
"The Congress was a difficult
one, meeting after seven years
and with all the shattering events
which took place in Jewish life,'
Silver said. "It also met at the
most critical time in the history
of the movement, the situation in
Palestine being what it is and the
manifest tension and strain. Nev-
ertheless, it emerged with a clear
line and directives.
"The Congress was character-
ized by courage, vision and de-
termination," he continued. "The
delegates thought the movement
needed a new direction and a
new leadership. The resolutions
were clear and reflected the true
conviction of world Jewry. It was
a responsible Congress.
"The coalition which emerged
of the major partiesLabor, Gen-
eral Zionists and religious forces
augurs well for the harmony of
the movement. Zionism faces the
future united and strong," he
concluded.
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Rabbi Max Shapiro will enter
his 15th year of service to Beth
David congregation next week
and to mark
the occasion
the Sisterhood
will honor him
at a public re-
ception 8 p.m.
Wednesday
evening at the
synagogue.
New officers
of the congre-
gation, headed by Louis Heiman,
president, will be installed at that
time.
Sisterhood Schedules
Night of Stars Event
Prominent theatrical personali-
ties appearing in Greater Miami
will participate in the Feb. 9
"Night of Stars" show to be spon-
sored by the Beth Jacob Sister-
hood.
Plans for the event were made
Tuesday at a board meeting at
which Mrs. Harry Genet, 1036
Michigan ave., was hostess. Mrs.
Jack Hirsch, president, and Mrs.
Irwin Makovsky are chairmen of
the affair with Mrs. Rose Weiss
and Mrs. Oenet serving on the
arrangements committee.
Next meeting of the Sister-
hood's general membership will
be at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Beth
Jacob community building when
Harold Shapiro will be guest
speaker. Entertainment will be
provided by Herbert Silver and
Miss Gertrude Ardell. singers,
who will be accompanied by Miss
Lillian Weinberg.
U. S. Seen Essential
To Palestine Solution
NEW YORK (JTA) United
States action for the solution of
the Palestine problem is essential,
Representative Joseph Clark
Baldwin and new Representative
Jacob K. Javits declared upon
their return from Palestine where
they studied Arab-Jewish rela-
tions.
Baldwin urged the creation of a
Jewish state in Palestine which
would embrace as Palestinian
citizens the displaced Jews who
are now in camps in Europe. He
said he would "submit a written
report to President Truman on
his fact-finding trip. Mr. Javits
predicted that the 80th Congress
will be called upon to deal with
the Palestine issue.
Zionists Form Chorus
Organization of a singing so-
ciety is being sponsored by the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission, according to A. P.
Gannes, program chairman.
The choral group meets each
Tuesday evening at Temple Beth
Sholom. Young men and women
over 18 years may join.
Frishman Names Aides
Arthur Frishman. chairman of
the Beach B'nai B'rith installation
dinner dance, has appointed God-
frey Newman and Harry Zuker-
nick to assist him in arranging
the affair.
The Latin Quarter will be the
scene of the event Sunday eve-
ning, Jan. 26. The regular night
club floor show will entertain the
lodge.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
CAST ANNOUNCED
FOR YIDDISH NITE
Cast for the Yiddish Nite musi-
cal comedy Sholem lodge of B'na:
B'rith will sponsor Feb. 9 was
announced this week by Charles
R. Jacobson. executive secretary.
Rehearing under the tutelage
of Ben Essen, producer and di-
rector, are Leo Ackerman. Abe
Aronovitz. Marx Feinberg. Milton
A. Friedman. Maurice Grossman.
Dorothy Kaplan. Isaac Levin.
Florence Lovenger. the Rev.
Maurice Mamches. E. Albert Pal-
lot. Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. Ber-
nard Spector and Eugene Weiss.
The entire production of skits
will be in Yiddish. Several songs
will be rendered in English.
Tickets for the performance.
which will take place at the Mi-
ami Beach High school, are priced
at SI 50 and are available at the
Miami B'nai B'rith office in the
Seybold bldg. A second perform-
ance of the show is being
planned.
Miami Y Organizes
Woman's Bowling Group
Initial sessi n : thi Miami Y's
woman's bowling 1 gue is -ched-
uled for 9 p.m. Wednesday at the
Recreation Bowling Alleys. 301
S. Miami ave.
This is the first time th
woman's duckpin league has been
organized by the V. A few va-
cancies =:::; exist on the teams
Only qualification .
:r. th Y.
Jacobs :s actir
chairman and Mrs Trudy W
is treasurer for the league.
The meeting Wednesday will
include free bowling to arrive at
handicaps.
^jGUST BROS Ry.E
** IX'thC BEST? __
Louis Heiman to Visit
South Carolina Lodges
Louis Heiman. first vice presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith fifth dis-
trict, will leave Sunday evening
for South Carolina where he will
address the Jewish communities
of Sumter and Walterboro.
Heiman's trip is part of the
district-wide program of sending
long-time leaders of B'nai B'rith
to address cities forming B'nai
B'rith lodges. He will return to
Miami on Tuesday.
DISTRICT CONVENTION
SLATED FOR BEACH
Preliminary plan I ir the an-
nual fifth district i nvi nti n I
B'nai B'rith to be held at Miami
Beach in June w< at a
ing last nil.
Presidents of the Miami and
Beach men's and women's
lodges met with Louis Heiman.
first vice president of the district.
to plan the parley.
Although the conference will
be at the Beach, all four local
ticipate in the pro-
gram.
Adult Courses in Town
To Resume Tuesday
\dult courses for women will
resume at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday
with the first of five sessions de-
voted to selected reading in mod-
ern Jewish literature.
The weekly class, to be taught
by A. P. Gannes. executive direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, will meet at the Peninsu-
lar Institute, 223 E. Flagler St..
bv arrangement with Eli Hurwitz.
'Authors to be studied include
Mendele. Peretz. Sholom Alei-
chem. Bialik. Chernichovsky.
Herzl and Pins*
The classes are a part of the
adult education program spon-
sored by the Bureau of J
Education, the Miami Y and other
Miami organizations.
Next Th Our Share in
: be the theme of the
un scheduled to be
held at 8 p.m. in Beth David.
George J. Talianoff, Florida reg-
ional director of the Anti-Defama-
tion league, will be guest speaker.
Two films. "Over the Rainbow
Bridge" and "New American.-."
will be shown.
Counsellors Wanted
A call for young men and wom-
!en to serve as home camp coun-
sellors was made this *2
he M.ami Y. Persons interested
applving may contact Dame
R .senthal. activities director at
V on week day afternoons.
Mrs. Ann Kaplan is the new
most excellent chief of the M.arru
Beach Pythian Sisters. Temple 43
She was installed with other offi-
cers at ceremonies held last night |
at 25 Washington ave.
To Outline Hillel Work
The 1947 Hillel program at the
University of Miami will be dis-
cussed by Rabbi Albert Michels,
director of the University of Mi-
ami Hillel foundation, at the
luncheon meeting of Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith, 12:15 p.m. to-
day in the Downtown Club res-
taurant. Seybold bldg.
Rabbi Amram Prero. national
director of boys' work for the
E'nai B'rith Youth organization,
will be a guest at the luncheon.
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Canadian Government Bonds
All Direct Government Obliflationt
State and Municipal Bonds...-
Fully Tax Exempt
Marketable Corporation Bonds...
All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange
Total Cash and Securities.._
$ 9,663,029.33
. 19,913,195.11
91,474.58
. 887,610.55
. 2,350,912.59
$32,906,222.16
Commercial Loans to Individuals,
Firms and Corporations ........_......... 6,099,974.42
F. H. A. Title II First Mortgages
on Improved Real Estate_________ 48,272.94
Total Loans and Mortgages......._
Furniture and Fixtures.............._........._
Federal Reserve Bank Stock___......._
Accrued Interest Receivable............__
Prepaid Expenses & Other Resources
Customers' Liability Letters of Credit
Total Resources.......
6,148,247.36
52,854.79
30,000.00
94,861.50
12,897.03
61,682.98
$39,306,765.82
LIABILITIES
Capital (Common Stock)............_.._.....$
Surplus
Undivided Profits and Reserves.......__ 733,946.61
Capital Funds and Reserves......_.
Letters of Credit.........
500,000.00
500,000.00
$ 1.733,946.61
61,682.98
DEPOSITS
Demand
Time
.............$30,406,108.75
...................... 7,105,027.48
unrur*!? JCUm 0n, Time and Savingt
"nder U.OOO and J of 1* 0v.r $5i0S,
Total Deposits...............__
Total Liabilities
We pay 1J-
Deposits
Facilities Available to Banks, Corporations
37,511,136.23
$39,306,765.82
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SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
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UDAY. JANUARY 10. 1947
-JewlsliFhrkflan
PAGE THIRTEEN
Greater Miami
Deserves the Best
With a sure and steady faith in Florida, where Ponce de
Leon first came some 400 years ago in his search for the
Fountain of Youth, those who followed in his footsteps,
seeking health and longevity, have helped build a new way
of life in harmony with our sub-tropical climate, our gor-
geous sunshine and our hundreds of miles of seashore.
Confidence in the future of Greater Miami as one of
the country's greatest health centers can best be typi-
ified by an outstanding hospital such as Mt. Sinai is
destined to become.
To justify our dreams of yesterdayour hopes for
tomorrowGreater Miami deserves the best in hos-
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these dreams and hopes.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
Jewist>ncrktiari
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
. '


Morgenthau Accepts
First UJA Leadership
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., for
twelve years secretary of the
treasury, has accepted the invita-
tion to become general chairman,
the first in the history of that
organization, of the United Jewish
Appeal for refugees, overseas
needs and Palestine, which has
undertaken to raise $170,000,000
in 1947 for the relief, rehabilita-
and resettlement of Jewish vic-
tims of war and oppression.
Untied Jewish Appeal has been
provided by three national chair-
men representing each of the con-
stituent agencies: Rabbi Jonah
B. Wise, Charles J. Rosenbloom
and William Rosenwald.
In a statement issued on the
acceptance of leadership in one
of the largest voluntary relief
campaigns ever conducted in the
United States, Mr. Morgenthau
said, in part:
"The American people dedicated
their resources and manpower to
the destruction of the menace that
Hitler represented to our secur-
ity and freedom. It is now equal-
ly their will that those who were
the first and most tragic victims
shall have their fullest sympathy
and support until they are able
to stand on their own feet, to
make their own way. I have ac-
cepted the general chairmanship
of the United Jewish Appeal be-
cause I regard it as the moral ob-
ligation of every American, man,
woman and child to save from de-
spair and destruction the pitiful
remnant of Jews who remain alive
in Europe."
The United Jewish Appeal com-
bines the fund-raising activities
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, United Palestine Appeal and
United Service for New Ameri-
cans. These provide, respective-.
HESRY MORGESTHAU. JR.
ly, for the relief and reconstruc-
tion of Jews in Europe, resettle-
ment of Jews in the Jewish home-
land in Palestine and aid to new-
comers to the United States.
Hitherto the leadership of the
Gables Group Arranges
Meals for Servicemen
Coral Gables Jewish Center
announced this week that Nathan
Ginsberg of the Tides hotel is
arranging kosher meals for a few
soldiers from Pratt General hos-
pital each Friday evening.
Ginsberg is cooperating with the
Center in the project of enter-
taining hospitalized servicemen.
This evening, Mrs. M. Corenbloom
will serve gefilte fish at the hos-
pital following religious services.
Mrs. Herman Rubin and Mrs.
A. Edgar Miller are planning a
social event for Center members
in February.
Young B'nai B'rith
Plans Oneg Shabbat
An Oneg Shabbat featuring a
program by young B'nai B'rith of
Miami will be held tonight at
Beth David congregation in lieu
of a youth rally originally sched-
uled for Jan. 13.
Rabbi Amram Prero. national
director of boys' work for the
B'nai B'rith Youth organization,
will preach the sermon at serv-
ices preceding the Oneg Shabbat.
The program will include He-
brew songs by the ALS glee club.
An Eternal Light script. "The
Broken Sabbath of Rabbi Asher
I adapted for the occasion, will be
[presented by AZA chapter 322.
Participating will be Fred Scher
as narrator. Sidney Grossberg as
Rabbi Asher. and Murray Shear.
I Simon Stern. Bernard Datz. Mar-
i vin Slepian. Eddie Siegel. as well
as Dorothy Golden of BZB and
Beryl Ackerman of DBG.
Marjorie Miller of ALS will
sing the opening and closing
themes and Walter Traurig. presi-
dent of the Twin City council of
AZA and BBG. will introduce the
program which will be followed
by refreshments.
Congregation Party
Biscayne Temple. 115 N.E. 15th
ave., will be the scene of a party
to be attended by members and
friends of the Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congregation
8 p.m. Wednesday. No admis-
sion will be charged.
Milton Weiner. membership
chairman, reported to the organi-
zation Monday evening that clear-
ance of the recently purchased
lot at S.W. 12th ave. and 11th st.
had been begun.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
PAN AMERICAN BANK of MIAMI
PAN AMERICAN BANK BUILDING
117 Northeast First Avenue Miami, Florida
OFFICERS
P. J. SERRALLES
Chairman of the Board
T. T. SCOTT
President
A. E. FULLER
Executive Vice Preaident
EDUARDO MORALES
Vice President
E. A. GERARD
Vice Preaident
J. M. GARCIA
Vice Preaident
W. C. PAYNE
Vice Preaident and Cashier
DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
Chairman of the Board
J. L. CABASSA
Firat Vice Chairman
H. R. WILLIAMS
Second Vice Chairman
T. T. SCOTT
President
A. E, FULLER
Executive Vice Preaident
D. K. MILLER
Preaident, Houae and Garden
Furniture, Inc.
J. A. ROIO
Preaident. Fellsmere Sugar
Producers Aaaociation
O. H. SALLEY
Hunt & Salley, Attorneya
for Bank
M. M. WEISS
Preaident, Tooley. Myron
Studios
Banking He
DECEMBER 31st, 1946
RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Banks..............$3,124,463.39
U. S. Government Securities........ 6,043,481.90
State, County and
Municipal Bonds........................ 210,080.10
Total Cash and Securities...........
Commercial Loans to Individuals,
Firms and Corporations........
Furniture and Fixtures...........
Federal Reserve Bank Stock....
Accrued Interest Receivable
...............~$ 9,378,025.39
2,711,923.91
80,158.13
28.500.00
25,770.45
Prepaid Expenses < Other Resources .............. 42,946.78
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit............... 30L515!29
Total Resources....................................._.............$12,568,839.95
LIABILITIES
Demand Deposits ...........................$8,891,910.65
Time Deposits.................................... 2,393,937.27
Total Deposits .........................
Letters of Credit.
Income CollectedNot Earned
Other Liabilities...........
$11,285,847.92
301,515.29
14,378.42
1,683.35
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital (Common Stock)................$ 750 000 00
n&5 a d V................................ 200,000.00
Undivided Profits.......................... 15,414.97
Total Capital Funds
Total Liabilities...............
$ 965,414.97
......................... $12,568,839.95
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Foreign Department
Special Checking Accounts
Collection Department
Personal Loan Department
Savings Account*
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Member Federal Deposil
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Loan Fund Directors
To Meet on Monday
Directors of the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund will meet at 8 pm
Monday in the Beach Y to hear
reports of several committees.
Organized in October as an inde-
pendent small-loan agency, the
fund has not yet been put into
operation.
Work of committees on budget
and finance, by-laws, policies and
regulations and membership will
be discussed and a communication
from the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will be presented.
Federation's board of directors
has approved a $3,000 reserve al-
location to the loan fund from
1947 campaign funds.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer is
president of the fund which pre-
viously was administered by the
Jewish Social Service bureau.

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* Jew 1st nor id tan
PAGE FIFTEEN
UWV HUD SEEKS
A four point program with
Bsrhich the veteran is most con-
cerned was explained by Col. Mil-
ion Richman, national comman-
der of Jewish War Veterans, in
an address during ceremonies at
Which 60 new members of the
Miami Beach post were inducted
Jan. 1 at the American Legion
home.
Richman declared for world
peace, economic security for all,
A home and job for every veteran
end adequate care for disabled
treterans and families of the war
Head.
The JWV leader, veteran of
aboth World Wars, cautioned
gainst setting veterans off from
the rest of the nation.
"We must effect an American
Unity that will make impossible a
Ikriolent shift of discontented peo-
||>le from the basic principles of
lerican democracy to a Euro-
ean system of totalitarianism,"
se stated.
Richman expressed opposition
a veterans' bonus on those
{rounds. "We must be careful,
11 of us, not to create in the vet-
ran a new devisive spirit in
lerican life," he insisted.
With the addition of the S/Sgt.
Alfred Kohn memorial member-
ship class, the Beach post has a
total membership of 400, Com-
mander Harry Adams reported.
During the meeting a posthum-
ous membership was awarded to
the late Sgt. Kohn for whom the
uew class was named.
Samuel A. Rivkind of Miami
Beach, former national senior
Vice commander of JWV, was
master of ceremonies. Among the
guests were Mayor Herb Frink,
fho presented Richman with a
ey to the city of Miami Beach,
rid Edward W. Deering, 10th
district commander of the Ameri-
can Legion.
iamian to Present
leviews In Lauderdale
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein of Miami
ill begin a series of book re-
iews in Ft. Lauderdale, 8:30
p.m. Sunday in Temple Emanu-
XI under the auspices of the Tem-
ple and its Sisterhood.
For the first of the three
pnonthly events, Mrs. Weinstein
{will discuss Elliot Roosevelt's "As
IHe Saw It," Louis Adamic's "Din-
flier at the White House" and
I Frances Perkins' "The Roosevelt
Kl Knew."
Mrs. Ruth Nankin, president
| of the Sisterhood, and Jack Mint-
j zer, chairman of the entertain-
Iment committee, are in charge of
[tickets which may be obtained
prom members of both groups.

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Juvenile Stakes Next
For West Flagler Club
By GEORGE GALLET
The finest band of juvenile
greyhounds ever assembled in
Florida is now racing at West
Flagler Kennel club and tuning
up for the coming juvenile stakes
at the track.
Tops among these is a little
brindle female named Lucky Do-
reen, which runs a powerful race
once she hits the stretch. In one
of her most recent starts she gal-
loped over the 5-16th mile course
in 32 1-10 seconds.
Marine Ace, a kennel mate of
the great Flashy Sir and owned
by the famous Ohlinger & Blair
kennels, also looms as a coming
star, while Rolling Roy, which
won the Biscayne Kennel club
Juvenile Stakes before moving
over to West Flagler, also is a
threat.
Among some of the other
youngsters which loom as real
comers are Sea Fare, Jet Power,
md Rolling Boy.
Dates for the Nursery and Fu-
turity Stakes are expected to be
announced in the near future.
Crowds at West Flagler Kennel
club are breaking all records. The
track is far ahead of the last
record-breaking season in attend-
ance. West Flagler led all tracks
in the state last year in mutuel
play and attendance.
Flashy Sir is off to another big
season. In 1946 the greyhound
went undefeated at Flagler. He
opened the 1947 meeting by scor-
ing a smashing six length triumph
in the rich Inaugural Stake, his
39th triumph. Flashy Sir has had
50 starts and now holds an all-
time record in dog racing.
Miami Y Varsity Wins
First League Game
Miami YMHA varsity basket-
ball team took the first game of
the season in the YMCA league
by a score of 23-21 Monday eve-
ning.
Losing team was the YMCA
varsity which, by preseason in-
formation, was indicated to be
one of the strongest in the league.
Lubel, Birny and Blyn starred
for the victors and Cummins was
high point man for the losers.
Next league "game for the
YMHA will be against the VFW
post 471 at the Central YMCA,
8 p.m. Monday. Season tickets,
one dollar for ten games, may
be purchased at the YMHA.
An exhibition game, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday will bring the Miami
YMHA varsity basketball against
the Swank Shop team at the Y
courts, 1567 S.W. Fifth st.
A juke box dance will follow
the game. Admission will be 25
cents.
AUGUST BROS m
Is the BEST
3
MIAMI CONGREGATION
FORMS JUNIOR UNIT
New junior chapter of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation will meet at 3:45
p.m. today in the home of Bert-
ram Moss, 312 S. W. 15th ave.
Edward Siegel is president of
the new coeducational organiza-
tion which held its first meeting
Sunday. Other officers are Gar-
vin Kleber, vice president; Bert-
ram Moss, financial and corre-
sponding secretary, and Matty
Becker, recording secretary.
Committee chairmen are Mur-
ray Shear, by-laws; Sandy Ofso-
witz, membership; Albert Feldan,
ways and means, and Lorraine
Jacobskind, publicity.
Local Schools to Aid
Hospital Campaign
Local Sunday schools have been
asked to devote a part of their
assembly programs this week to
the Mt. Sinai hospital campaign.
Sunday will be observed as Mt.
Sinai day in the schools under the
sponsorship of Keren Ami, Jew-
ish school federation. Students
will contribute to the drive at
that time.
The current issue of the Keren
Ami newsletter is devoted to the
drive to raise funds for the pro-
posed 200-bed hospital.
Yiddish Concert Set
A concert of well-known sing-
ers of liturgical, popular and
classical Yiddish music will be
presented Sunday evening, Jan.
19, at the Miami Beach High
school, according to B. Kelemer.
Tickets are available at the
Princess Ann hotel, 920 Collins
ave., and Scher's Jewelry store,
927 Washington ave.
top son.
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To aid the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center's building fund, an
open dance will be sponsored by
the Young People's league in the
social hall of the Center from
8:30 to 11 p.m. Sunday.
Admission for members and
non-members will be 50 cents.
The YPL is also planning a
game night for Jan. 19 at the
Center. The program will in-
clude bridge, gin rummy, bingo,
checkers and other competitive
games for which prizes will be
awarded. Admission will be 25
cents. Refreshments will be
served.
Over 21 Group Opens
Weekly Dance Series
Weekly Saturday night dances
at the Beach Y will be sponsored
by the Over 21 social group be-
ginning tomorrow evening.
The first dance will feature
contests, prizes and entertain-
ment from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Music
will be supplied by Carl Warner's
College Kings of the University
of Miami.
Admission will be 50 cents.
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Obituaries
GLUCKMAN
Funeral services were arranged in
New York Saturday for Joseph Oluck-
raan, 77, of 549 Michigan ave. He
died Friday. A retired merchant, he
came here two years ago from Brook-
lyn. Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
Rebecca Gluckman, a daughter, Mrs.
Miriam Stelrlierg, and four sons, Ben-
jamin. Morris, Sam and Harry, of
Miami Beach. Riverside Memorial
chapel was In charge.
8ILVERMAN
Funeral services for Abraham 811-
verman, 50, of 4412 Royal Palm ave.,
who died Friday, were held in the
Riverside Memorial chapel. A lintel
operator, he came here two years ago
from IJoston. Survivors Include hia
widow, Mrs. Frances Sllverman; twe
daughters, Misses Phyllis and Qlorle,
Sllverman, and a son, Victor.
WES60N
Mrs. Jennie Wesson, 816 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. died at the age of It
Tuesday morning In a local hospital
from injuries received In an accident.
The accident occurred Sunday while
Mrs. Wesson was returning from New
York by car with her family.
She Is survived by four sons, Man-
uel, of Miami, and Albert. Oharles
and Louis, of New York, and three
daughters, Mrs. Minnie Wesson and
Mrs. Selma Rothman of New York,
and Mrs. Anita Wexler, Long Lieach.
The body was sent to New York
for serrloes and burial by the Gordon
Funeral home.
Campers at the Beach Y will
hold a reunion at 3:30 p.m. this
afternoon at the Y. A weinec
roast and games will be featured.
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PAGE SIXTEEN
+Je*ist Meridian
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947
Miss Rader to Lead
Discussion on Denmark
Miss Dorothy Rader will lead a
cultural discussion after the busi-
ness session of the next meeting
of the Emma Lazarus chapter of
Bnai B'rith, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, in
the Beach Y.
Topic of the discussion will be
"Miracle in Denmark," based on
material from an article by Fran-
cis Hackett recently published in
the International Digest.
Adopt Lodge Budget
Officers and trustees of B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge adopted the
1947 budget at a meeting held
Sunday in the Miami Y.
The budget includes a $500 ap-
propriation for AZA work, high-
est grant ever made by the lodge
to the boys' organization.
New officers of the lodge will
be installed Jan. 23 at a meeting
to be held at Temple Israel.
PLAN PICNIC
Members of Iota Alpha Pi sor-
ority will honor pledges and their
dates at a picnic from noon till
5 p.m. Sunday at Matheson Ham-
mock, according to Audrey Ep-
stein, president.
"The Gentile Ghetto" is the
! subject on which Rabbi David
Raab will preach at 8 p.m. this
evening in Temple Emanu-Ei. Ft.
Lauderdale.
SERIES ON SPINOZA
First in a scries of lectures on
the life and philosophy of Baruch
Spinoza will be given by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson at 3 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Spinoza Forum, \l*
11th st., Miami Beach.
Dr. Wolfson is the author of
Spinoza: a Life of Reason."
The Rev. Joseph Barth, minis-
ter of the Unitarian church of
Miami, will be guest speaker at
l the Forum Tuesday evening.
Dr. Kaplan In Orlando
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel of Mi-
ami, will be guest speaker this
evening at Congregation Ohev
Shalom in Orlando where Rabbi
Morris A. Skop is observing his
tenth anniversary with the syna-
gogue.
Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president
of Tampa university, will also
participate in the anniversary
service.
1

101 East Flagler Street
Miami 30, Florida
Established 1902
Greater Miami's Oldest
South Florida's Largest
OFFICERS
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
i:. -Iilent
H. BLAKE OLIVER
First Executive VIce-Presldent
J. G. LEYBOURNE
V;, ..-President
CARL MEEZS
VI -!':. sldent
WILLIAM C. HILL
Vice-President
HARRY G. RETALICK
VIce-Presldent
CHARLES E. BUKER
VI e-President
CHARLES E. KLUGH
V: -President
ROBERT M. McDANALD
ROBERT M. DOYLE. JR.
CLARENCE NIELSEN
H. FRANC NORTHROP
Vice-President
OLIN G. SYMONS
Vice-President
DAVID B. ALTER, JR.
Vice-President and Trust Officer
RICHARD C. BOGGS
Vice -President and Trust Officer
O. E. ROUSH
winton'm.'wright
Assistant VIce-Presldent
WILLIAM B. CATOE
Assistant Vie?-President
HOWARD A. TYLER
Assistant Vi'v-Presldent
ROBERT H. MAYO
Assistant Vice-PresMcnt
EDNA A. LINDBLOM
Assistant Vlce-Presl l^nt
ERNEST G. GEARHART
Assistant Vice-President
J. M ASHMAN
BYRON L RAMSING
Assistant Cashier
TORRENCE J. TROUT
Assistant Cashier
WILLIAM H. REMPE
Assistant Cashier
JOHN PASCALIS
Assistant f.ishier
ARTHUR McCORMACK
Assistant Cashier
F. B. COOGLER, JR.
A ulat&nt Cannier
PEG C. DEVLIN
Assistant Cashier
LAURA B. MORGAN
Assistant Cashier
FStlaliiial
of Mi&mi
101 EAST FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
DECEMBER 31, 1946
RESOURCES
_______$23,964,849.67
........._....... 70,438,993.39
Cash and Due from Banks------.............
U. S. Government Securities--...........
All Direct Government Obligations.
Canadian Government Bonds.......------
All Direct Government Obligations.
State and Municipal Bonds..............
Fully Tax Exempt.
Marketable Corporation Bonds ....._.................-...... 860,732.65
All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
95,250.00
832,048.51
Total Cash and Securities
$96,191,874.22
Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms
and Corporations..................._.........._......----------- 7,149,248.12
First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate_________ 344,190.71
Total Loans and Mortgages...................._______--------------------
Furniture and Fixtures................._.....__......_________
Banking House __..................................___.....................
Other Real Estate......._.................._____..............______
Federal Reserve Bank Stock..............____............_____
First National Holding Corp. Stock____......________
Accrued Income Receivable................_.....................
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources..................
Customers' Liability
Letters of Credit......................
Total Resources ......................._.......................____
LIABILITIES
Capital (Common Stock)..........--------------.........______$ 3,000,000.00
Surplus........................................._________________ 700]000 00
Undivided Profits and Reserves..........................._...... 1,344901 59
Capital Funds and Reserves____....._____ *------------------
Letters of Credit......................____________
DEPOSITS
SET ~ ................V.....--------$88,657,549.04
We pay 1% per annum on Tima and Savings De- 1,646,653.90
posits under $5,000 and K of 1% over $5,000.------------------------
Total Deposits.................____..........
Total Liabilities............................___
7.493.438.83
122,271.13
652,206.43
7.500.94
111,000.00
300,000.00
283,731.31
187,081.67
436,963.04
$105,786,067.57
!
$ 5,044.901.59
436,963.04
$100,304,202.94
$105,786,067.57
FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO BANKS. CORPORATIONS AND
Custodian Accounts Foreign Department lank iv JlaT**
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ,,M_
-----------------------------------------------DIRECTORS _J"^ system
INDIVIDUALS
Escrow Department
Trust Department
U. S. Savings Bonds
GEORGE E. WHTTTEN
President, Burdlne's. Inc.
PAUL R. SCOTT
Loftln, Anderson. Scott. McCarthy &
Preston, Attorneys
JOHNE.FENN
President, Orange State Oil Co.
WM. P. MOOTY
President. The Franklin Press. Inc.
C. B- CHINN
President. The Belcher Oil Company
H. BLAKE OLIVER
First Executive VIce-Presldent.
First National Bank of Miami
resident, American National Bank
of Miami
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
President. First National Bank
_ .. of Miami
President, First National Bank of
Palm Beach
Chairman of Board,
wfifSl. National P*"* Miami
WILEY R. REYNOLDS. JR.
VIce-Presldent, W. R. Reynolds &
Pre5.dRePEVELT G HOUSER
JTesldent, Florida Bond Mortgage. Co.
BERT C. TEED
nJufcV'ye-." Plr"t National
Hank In palm Beach
COMER J. KIMBALL
President, VlrM N,,(lnnl Aoclate,
vi,.. i, ., of Florida. Inc
Vlet-Prtrtdtau, w. k/ Reynold. Co.
CHARLES G. BRAND
PTMMOTt. Brand Properties.
Inc.