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

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

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

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THE if WISH WEEKLY
)LUME 20NUMBER 3
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
PSION DELAY
1P0BTE0 DUE TO
PALESTINE TRUCE
ONDON (JTA)The British
inet which met this week to
sider the Palestine question is
rted to have taken no de-
on on the immediate as well
the long-range problems, but
^Snted wider powers to Sir Alan
ningham, Palestine High com-
ioner, to deal with violence.
!t is believed that postponement
the expected government de-
ons on Palestine was due
tly to the temporary truce re-
nted to have been reached with
Jewish extremists. The delay
^^y also be due to the desire of
e members of the cabinet not
prejudice the outcome of the
erence on Palestine which is
be resumed here on Jan. 21.
LRTIAL LAW OUT
vernment spokesmen indi-
id that the cabinet is no longer
Jlpplincd to order martial law im-
Mped in Palestine. They empha-
stsed that most of the cabinet
members believe now that such
measures will not be necessary,
flpey made it clear that Foreign
Jjcretary Ernest Bevin and Co-
ial Minister Arthur Creech-
es consider partition the best
tion of the Palestine problem,
spokesman for the Colonial
ice indicated that a possibility
sts that the government may
Hppose its own partition plan
.jhich, however, will not be the
Hne as the one offered by the
Hecutive of the Jewish agency.
^Should the Jewish agency defi-
ly refuse to participate in the
don conference and should
government decide to pro-
its own partition scheme,
tn it would be fair to assume
Hat the agency will be invited to
icuss the new proposal, the of-
ial said.
SENCY MAY ACCEPT
The statement from the Colon-
0 office spokesman came in com-
ent on the assertion made here
' Moshe Shertok, chief of the
ilitical department of the World
onist executive, that the Jewish
Jency would be willing to accept
British invitation for separate
Iks on the future of Palestine,
t a press conference, Shertok
bo pointed out that the aban-
I mment by the British govern-
ent of its "federalization plan"
r Palestine, followed by an in-
cation of its preparedness" to
insider constructive alternative
oposals looking toward Jewish
itehood might be considered a
ange in the political situation
arranting Jewish attendance at
e London parley.
SES QUICK DECISION
[Shertok said that the govern-
ment's failure to react positively
the partition plan hammered
jt by the Jewish agency execu-
te in Paris last summer had
^rced the agency to revert to the
11 Zionist program of a Jewish
jte in Palestine. He insisted
bat it was now up to the govern-
ment to put forward proposals for
agency's consideration,; arid
idert that while the agency does
m feel itself bound by the open-
date of the London confer-
ee, set by the British for Jan.
I, it could arrive at a decision
Ithin 10 days or two weeks.
Rabbis May Enter U. S.
NEW YORK (JTA)Rabbis now
classified as displaced persons in
Europe, who because of the war
were prevented from the pursuit
of their ministry, will be consid-
ered for non-quota immigration
to the United States, it was dis-
closed in a State Department rul-
ing received by Abraham Her-
man, president of HIAS.
ON AID TO DPS
WASHINGTON (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman's recommendations
for liberalization of the immigra-
tion laws to provide for admission
of more displaced persons and
war refugees, as proposed in his
message to Congress, has roused
little or no enthusiasm in con-
gressional circles. During the
president's reading of his pro-
posals, the members of Congress
in joint session sat in silence.
The majority of senators and
representatives polled on the rec-
ommendations expressed them-
selves as sharply opposed. Sena-
tor Eastland of Mississippi, a
member of the judiciary commit-
tee, which under the congression-
al organization plan includes
the work of the former immigra-
tion committee, said that he op-
posed any immigration whatever
for five years.
Senator Kilgore, Democrat, of
West Virginia, a member of the
judiciary committee, and Senator
Pepper, Democrat, of Florida, sup-
port the president's immigration
proposals, as does Rep. Sol Bloom
of N. Y., former chairman of the
foreign affairs committee.
Rep. Emanuel Celler, Democrat,
of New York has introduced four
bills to facilitate admission of dis-
placed persons and war refugees.
Rep. Adolph Sabath of Illinois
introduced a bill which would per-
mit the entry of a number of
displaced persons equal to the
total unused immigration quotas
for all nationalities during the
fiscal years ending June, 1947, and
June, 1948. Rep. Arthur G. Klein
is working on two bills to be sub-
mitted to the house in the near
future.
500 Refugees Emigrate
NEW YORK, (JTA)Over 500
Jewish refugees from Shanghai
are en route to new homes in
Canada, Latin America and the
United States, according to word
received at the off ices of the JDC,
which aided them to emigrate.
Charles Jordan of New York,
director of J.D.C. relief, recon-
struction and emigration activi-
ties in Shanghai, cabled that the
number of Jewish men, women
and children who left for new
havens is the largest ever to
leave at one time.
Italy Mum on Request
WASHINGTON (JTA)Italian
Premier Aleide de Gasperi told
the Jewish Telegraphic agency
that the Italian government has
not yet replied to the United
States request that Italy give
temporary shelter to some 25,000
Jewish refugees from the Ameri-
can zone of Austria. He added
that it was not the Americans or
the Italians who are interposing
obstacles.
MYERS NAMES
DRIVE LEADERS
Initial appointments of leaders
in the 1947 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal for $1,309,741 were an-
nounced this week by Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of the commu-
nity campaign.
Other appointments will be an-
nounced before the drive which
will extend from March 2 through
March 12.
Top leadership will include
Monte Selig, treasurer; Abraham
Goodman, chairman of initial
gifts; Irving Frankel and Sam
Lachman, cochairman of the hotel
division; David Phillips, winter
residents division.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be
chairman of the women's gift di-
vision and Mrs. Monte Selig will
head the women's special gifts
division.
General solicitation, to be known
as the metropolitan unit, will be
led by Jack A. Abbott in Miami
Beach. Jerome Weinkle will be
in charge of youth solicitation;
Harry Cornblum, Beach special
assignments; Max Orovitz, town
special assignments; Mrs. Benja-
min Sherry, volunteers division.
Ned Sail and Herbert Scher,
cochairmen of the trades division,
have called a meeting for Mon-
day evening at the Federation
office. Appointments which have
been made by them so far in the
various businesses and professions
include:
Maurice Furman. chairman of ac-
countants division; Jack Burrls, apart-
ment houses: Sam Luby, automotive;
Dave Illank and Joe Davis, beverages:
Joe Ai-kln. building trades; I.ouls
Wolfe, children's and Infants' wear.
Dr. Prank Coret and Dr. Irving
Gordon, dentists; Dr. Morris Good-
man, department stores; Samuel Gold-
man, drugs; Maurice Cromer, dry
goods and notions; J. Gerald Lewis,
finance: Jack Miller and Harry Synes,
food; Archie Brick, fruit shippers;
Harry Gordon, funeral parlors.
George Wolpert, furniture; Max
Meisel, electrical goods and appli-
ances: Irving Frankel and Sam Lach-
man. hotels: Dr. Bernard Sadowskv,
health services; Louis Snetman, laun-
dries; Arthur Friedman and B. Max
Goldstein, lawyers: Alan Leban and
btuart Gordon, liquor.
George Adler and J. Harry Day,
men's wear shops; Meyer Schwartz
metal and waste Industries; Robert
Levin, paints and chemicals; Taul
Barnctt printing and stationery; Dr.
Alexander Kushner and Dr. Max
t.ratz. physicians; I. S. Shnpoff, real
estate: Jack Miller and Harrv Synes,
restaurants; Norman Hothschlid, vend-
ing machines.
Army to Investigate
DP Camp Beatings
FRANKFURT, (JTA)At the
request of Rabbi Philip Bernstein,
adviser on Jewish affairs to U.S.
forces in Europe, Army headquar-
ters here ordered a special in-
vestigation of the incident at the
Landsberg DP camp during which
eight displaced Jews charge they
were beaten by constabulary
troops.
Southern Democrats
Oppose FEPC Again
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman's recommendation
in his economic report to Con-
gress, on permanent federal leg-
islation to prevent racial and re-
ligious discrimination in employ-
ment or wages was hostilely
greeted by Southern Democratic
Congressmen.
An informal poll of Southern
Democrats in the House indicat-
ed that the one hundred Con-
gressman from southern states
would vote solidly against an
FEPC bill. One Congressman as-
serted that only twenty-five votes
could be mustered in the House
in support of such a bill.
A bill "to prohibit discrimina-
tion in employment because of
race, color, national origin, or an-
cestry," was introduced in the
House by Rep. William L. Daw-
son, Democrat, of Illinois. The
bill is the same one introduced by
Dawson during the 79th Congress.
It has been referred to the House
Committee on Education and La-
bor.
JERUSALEM (JTA)The cur-
few which was clamped down on
Haifa Sunday night following the
blasting of police headquarters
there was lifted the following
morning after police and troops
had combed the city for the men
who drove the explosive-laden
truck into the police security
compound.
The casualty report discloses
that the explosion killed four
policementwo Arabs and two
Britonsseriously wounded seven
persons and caused slight injury
to more than 50. Most of the
latter are suffering from shock.
In a statement to the press, the
Stern group assumed responsi-
bility for the blast. Their an-
nouncement coincided with a
broadcast by the Irgun ridiculing
reports that it had agreed to a
truce. "Our war against the
enemy is permanent and without
interruption until our aim is
achievedliberation ofTne father-
land," the Irgun said.
Pointing out that its activities
are guided by political and mili-
tary requirements, the Irgun
added that "we are not resting
even if sometimes we are not
shooting." It predicted that the
period of sporadic violence will
end "when we enter into open
battle. We believe this day will
come, but we are unable to say
when," the broadcast continued.
"The reports of a truce contain
the same amount of truth as the
police and government communi-
ques."
The small truck which was
converted into a huge time bomb
by the extremists was stolen in
Tel Aviv on Saturday. The driver
was held prisoner until after the
blast when he was released un-
harmed.
FASCISTS WARN JEWS
LONDON, (JTA)British fas-
cists, engaged in a systematic war
of nerves against the Jewish
population, have threatened to
attack more synagogues in Lon-
don, it was learned this week.
The Hampstead, Edgeware,
Catford and New West End Syna-
gogues received telephonic threats
warning that the structures would
be either blown up or burnt
down. At the same time, Jews in
the Manchester area received
threats from anonymous callers,
who identified themselves as
members of the fascist National
Guard.
Ban Anti-Jewish Picture
WARSAW, (JTA)The Polish
Government has ordered the re-
moval from the Catholic church
in Leczyca, near Lodz, of a ritual
murder painting which has been
displayed there for many years,
serving as a stimulus for anti-
Jewish propaganda; it was reveal-
ed at a press conference in the
Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The
picture which shows Jews mur-
dering a child for ritual purposes,
was shown to the correspondents
present at the conference.
TO
COLONIAL HEAD
TEL AVIV (JTA)David Ben
Gurion, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, is returning to
London to resume discussions
with British Colonial Minister
Arthur Creech Jones, it was
learned this week. Ben Gurion
returned to Palestine from Britain
last week to consult with Jewish
leaders here.
In a statement to the Pales-
tine Broadcasting System, the
Agency chairman said thai there
was only a very slight chance
thai the Zionists would partici-
pate in the London conference,
which is due to resume next
week, but if they did. Dr. Chaim
Weizmann would be included
in the Jewish delegation, al-
though he is no longer a mem-
ber of the Zionist executive.
The Palestine government an-
nounced officially that the Pales-
tine Arab Higher committee has
been invited to send a delegation
to the London conference. Im-
mediately after the announce-
ment, the committee held a meet-
ing in Jerusalem at which it was
virtually decided to accept the
bid. Jamal Husseini, acting chair-
man of the committee, declared
that since the committee as a
whole had been invited, he sees
no further obstacle to participa-
tion.
The Palestine representatives
are expected to come to the meet-
ing with demands which go even
farther than those outlined at the
first session of the conference by
the Arab League states. The Pal-
estine Arabs object to the lea-
gue's suggestion that the high
commissioner have the right to
name the provisional government
which would precede an inde-
pendent Arab state and also op-
pose proportional representation
in the provisional government on
the basis of two Arabs to one Jew,
as suggested in the league's plan.
Dr. Hy man Marks End
Of 25 Years With JDC
NEW YORK (JTA)The re-
tirement of Dr. Joseph C. Hyman,
executive vice chairman of the
joint Distribution committee, was
announced here at a testimonial
dinner to mark his completion of
25 years of active service with the
J.D.C.
Praising Dr. Hyman for his
"distinguished" service with the
J.D.C, former Governor Lehman
recalled that he had named Dr.
Hyman to his first J.D.C. post
early in 1922.
Dr. Hyman's work when he
came to the J.D.C. as assistant to
Mr. Lehman dealt with the estab-
lishment of large-scale recon-
struction projects for destitute
Jewish populations in the war-
devastated areas of Europe. Two
years later he was elevated to the
post of acting secretary of the
J.D.C. and a year later he became
secretary. He was also an active
adviser to the League of Nations
Higher Commissioner on Refu-
gees, James G. McDonald, and
was assistant to the late Felix M.
Warburg as chairman of the ad-
ministrative committee of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine.
In 1937 Dr. Hyman was made
executive director of the J.D.C,
and, in 1939, was elected execu-
tive vice chairman. He is also
vice president of the American
Council of Voluntary Agencies for
Foreign Service, Inc.



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PAGE TWO
+Je*istnctjdton
FRTOAY, JAKUARY 17, 1947
JUNIOR HADASSAH QUEEN
"Miss Membership" of Junior Hadassah in Greater Miami is Miss Florence Hildebrandt (third
from left), who was crowned at the recent dance held at the Wofiord hotel. Miss Hilde-
brandt was honored for brinaing in the most new members. Runners-up Shirley Pardo, Roslyn
Dreed. Selma Lewis, Doris Shapiro and Lucille Yagoda, shown with Miss Hildebrant re-
ceived certificates for their work in the membership drive.
Personally. Speaking. .
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Jay Lear, I Mrs. Sam Pearlstein of Bor-
with their newborn son, Jan'ough Park, Brooklyn, arrived
Randall, have been visiting his Tuesday to spend a month at
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Miami Beach as the houseguest
G. Lear, 1010 West ave., and!of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levi-
will return to California this;tan Mrs. "Happy" Freilich
week. Young Dr. Lear has been j will return next week from
interning at the Permanente 1 Charlotte, N. C, where she at-
Henry Kaiser Foundation in\ tended the Bris of her nephew,
San Francisco and will continue j son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jos-
the study of medical administra- ephsberg.
tion at Columbia university in, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schimer-
New York when his present man, annual winter vacation-
course is completed July 1. lists to Florida, are stopping at
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arndt of the Grossinger-Pancoast .
Brooklyn and Pcrttenburg, N. J.,; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Neiman
uncle and aunt of Mrs. Frank are honeymooning at the Ver-
Thompson of Miami, are spend- sailles following their marriage
ing two months here with their in Philadelphia last week ...
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.' Honeymooning at the Ritz plaza
and Mrs. Allen Daniel of Brook-' are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bern-
lyn. The Daniels' children, stein, whose marriage took
Franklin and Leslie, are vaca- place in Brooklyn last week .
tioning with them. : Herbert Sussman of Daytona
Harry Romer returned to Mi- Beach is here visiting friends
ami this week with his daugh-iana fonner classmates at the
ter, Reva, and son, Louis, from University of Florida ... Mr.
Detroit where they attended the an_^ Mrs. Bob Marcus enter-
funeral of Mrs. Romer. 1 tained for friends with a dinner
Waiter Finkel is planning to' P**** ,at the Alcazar Boulevard
leave Miami soon for a trip toroom last week-
West Point where he will visit, Sheppard Arnold, son of Mr.
his son, Joshua A. Finkel, who Iana Mr* Louis Adler, 23 N. E. J
is a member of the Army acad-l50lil st- was Dorn Jan. 6 at St.
emy faculty. Main attraction 1 Francis hospital. Sheppard
will be his twin grandchildren,'come8 km a musical family,
a boy and a girl, whom he has {nis rather being a musician at
not yet seen. Mr. Finkel will Ith6 Martinique hotel and his
also visit a brother in North' mother, the former osephine
UNVEILINGS
Unveiling of a memorial for
Gertrude S. Cowen will be held
at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the Tem-
ple Israel cemetery. Graceland
Memorial Park. Friends and rela-
tives are requested to attend.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Fox of 126 Eighth st., Miami
Beach, took place Wednesday
afternoon. Jan. 8, at Mt. Sinai
cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
of Beth Jacob congregation, of
which Mr. Fox was a member,
officiated. Arrangements were in
charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Miami Monument company.
OTTAWA, (JTA) Canadian
Government circles are consider-
ing the introduction of an immi-
gration quota system similar to
that in effect in the United States,
authoritative quarters reveal.
However, this action may be de-
layed for as long as a year or
more.
Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roiansky
Raxon, having been organist
for Temple Israel. He has a
Store hours 9:30 to 5:30
Telephone 3-1141
&
11 rdi no's
ington, D. C, will arrive Satur-i M'
day to spend a short vacation' and Mrs- ^rald
at the Kent hotel, Miami Beach
. Rabbi and Mrs. J. Marshall
Taxay and Mrs. Taxay's mother,
of Akron. Ohio, are stopping at ~?s born
the Savoy Plaza hotel. On C
their way down last week they
stopped at Jacksonville and
drove on to Miami with Sam
Schuster, former USO-JWB di-
rector here, who is now associ-
ated with the Jacksonville Com-
munity counciL Schuster re-
turned to Jacksonville after
.spending the weekend here.
Ghertner of Nashville, Tenn., are
announcing the birth of their
second son, Simon Scott, who
born on Jan. 9. Mrs.
is the former Janice
M. Magid, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry I. Magid, 900 16th
t., Miami Beach. Mrs. Magid
is visiting the Ghertners in
Nashville.
Original
Rose's Kosher Restaurant
CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS
PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT FREE DELIVERY
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Miami Beach
JOHNSON GLO-COAT ...
non-polishing liquid wax
to keep varnished, linol-
eum, terrazzo floors gleam-
ing and bright. Vi gallon
can and wax applicator
$1.59
GRASS CATCHERS... for
your lawn mowers. Sturd-
ily constructed of heavy
canvas ......................51 go
GRASS RAKES metal
rake body with wooden
handle........................$2.29
TAVERN DRY CLEANER
save money by doinq
your own dry cleaning.
Tavern cleaner is easy to
use. Two-gallon can $1.29
WESTINGHOUSE AERO-
SAL BUG BOMB con-
taining 1% DDT. Auto-
matic dispenser. Kills
mosquitoes, flies, moths,
roaches, ante, gnats. 15-
ozbomb-................$2.98
MIAMI STORE. HOUSE-
WARES, fifth FLOOR
MEYER FORERS WED IN MOBNING CEREMONY
Miss Ida Engler wouldn't talk tor the police, but this week
she told The Jewish Floridian news of her marriage to Mtyw
Forer, Miami Businessman.
The former Miss Engler, Miami s only policewoman, resigned
from the force several weeks ago but wouldn't tell whom ahe
was to marry.
Her wedding took place Tuesday morning in the patio of the
Garden restaurant with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Miss Molly Engler was maid of honor for her sister and Jack
Siegel was best man. Approximately 35 guests attended the
ceremony and the luncheon which followed.
The couple will make their home at 843 S. W. Third t,
following their return from a honeymoon trip to Nassau.
Daughter of Jake Engler and the late Mrs. Minnie Engler
of Miami, the bride attended Miami Senior High school and the
University of Miami. She was a member of the police juvenile
aid bureau for five years and a policewoman since last August
During the war, the former Miss Engler was very active in
USO work in the South Florida area. With her sister and
mother, she founded the Englerettes, a hospitality group si
young Miami women. I
Mr. Forer has been in the wholesale shoe business in Miqtf
a number of years.
for
John Wolfs to Mark
Golden Wedding Date
It's 50 years since Mr. and Mrs.
Wolf, 1627 S. W. 13th st, ex-
changed their marriage vows and
Sunday they celebrate their gold-
en wedding anniversary.
A cocktail party in their honor
will be held at the home of a
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold G. Tobin, 552 Michi-
gan ave., at 3 p.m. and the family
will attend a dinner at the Wof-
ford hotel at 5 o'clock.
The Wolfs' children are plan-
ning a trip to the West Indies or
through the Northern states for
the couple this spring. Besides
Mrs. Tobin, they have two daugh-
tersMrs. Al Goshen of Miami
Beach and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer
of Miami. Their three sons, Ed-
ward, Jerry and Leon, reside in
Washington, D. C.
Married in Baltimore on Jan. 19,
1897, they have 11 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild, young
Susan Paul, who arrived here
from New Haven, Conn., this
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Paul. Susan is a
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Goshen.
Also here for the celebration
are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Segal of
Washington.
Mr. Wolf is 75 years old and
his wife 71. They lived in Miami
from 1921 to 1931 and returned
here last year, spending the inter-
vening years in Washington.
Mr. Wolf, who is listed in "Who'i
Who in the Nation's Capital" in
1921, served with Herbert Hoover
on the government's food ad-
ministration committee during
World War I. President of the
retail grocers association in Wash-
ington and active in Zionist and
other community groups, he was
honored by an audience with
President Harding.
When the Wolfs first came to
Miami, he helped to organize sev-
eral community groups and was
an officer of Beth David congre-
gation to which he and his wife
still belong.
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AY. JANUARY 17. 1947
RA TROUBLE
JA MEET; WALLACE
+Jewish fkx-Miairi
SHOOTER TO SPARK
, LEHMAN ASKED
Sidney Flatow who earned in-
trnational acclaim as European
roubleshooter" for U.N.R.R.A.
rhen as director of the Zeilsheim
displaced per-
sons camp he
cleaned up
shocking condi-
tions in t h a tS
German DP
center, will be
one of the prin-
cipal speakers
at the South
Florida State
Conference o f
the United Jew-
ish Appeal,
Sunday, Jan. 26,
at the Latin
Island, Miami
Flatow
Quarter, Palm
*ach.
Invitations have been extended
Henry Wallace, editor of the
lew Republic, and Herbert Leh-
an, ex-UNRRA chief, to address
tie gathering.
Stationed at Fulsheim, Ger-
lany, for more than a year,
latow found facilities complete-
run down and DP's sleeping on
*e floors of windowless, heatless
arracks when he arrived in the
amps. In addition to repairing
ie living quarters and providing
jch comforts as sleeping cots, he
stalled hospitals, clinics, schools
workshops. Under his ad-
linistration, the camp which was
by the Nazis during the war
jr Russian slave laborers, was
ampletely transformed.
His dual role as director and
rincipal welfare officer of Zeil-
eim put Mr. Flatow in a posi-
on to observe how the morale
Jewish DP's is weakening un-
tser the pressure of restricted im-
migration to Palestine, the dis-
solution of UNRRA and the in-
adequate food and clothing. He
supervised the camp's vocational
*WO EVENTS SLATED
[A luncheon and a holiday
rty are next on the agenda for
lb Number One of the Pioneer
Ibmen's organization, according
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president.
Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman,
5t)30 Washington ave., will be
bsts at a Chamisha Osor B'Shev-
-at party early in February. The
Jencheon is scheduled for Feb. 4
at a place to be announced
Shortly.
training shops where he noted a
sharp drop in attendance begin-
ning the day after British' For-
eign Minister Ernest 'Bevin re-
jected the recommendation of the
Anglo American Committee of
Inquiry for immediate admission
of 100,000 homeless Jews to Pal-
estine. Flatow appeared before
the committee to offer testimony
on the conditions of Jews in the
camps.
He was also a witness to the
mass exodus of Jews from Poland.
Many of these unfortunates, flee-
ing for their lives before anti-
Semitic outbreaks, reached Zeil-
sheim on the verge of death.
In addition to his work with
DP's at Zeilsheim, Flatow found-
ed the 7th Army home for or-
phans which cares for 150 chil-
dren. He also worked closely
with the Central Committee of
Liberated Jews in Germany and
was a spectator at the Nurem-
berg trials.
Beach Outdoor Art Fair
To Open at Tarleton
Fifty of Greater Miami's paint-
ers and sculptors will participate
in the Miami Beach Outdoor Art
Fair scheduled to run from Tues-
day, Jan. 21, to Thursday, Jan.
30, at the Lord Tarleton hotel.
In the hotel's spacious patio
they will display over 300 orig-
inal works, executed in every art
form and medium. The Florida
land and seascape and flora and
fauna will be the predominating
theme of the exhibition.
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
secretary of the B'nai B'rith Sho-
lem lodge, is among several Jew-
ish artists who will show their
work at the Lord Tarleton. An-
other is S. A. Jafnel, 630 Lincoln
rd., whose exhibits Include a life-
size oil portrait he painted of
Robert Richter, Jr. The Richter
family is lending the work for the
occasion.
Council Women Close
Reservations for Dance
Reservations for the annual
dinner dance of the Miami sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, were closed this week
when Mrs. David Phillips, chair-
man announced that the limit
had been reached.
Council's major social event
will again be at the Colonial Inn
and will start at 7 p.m. The eve-
ning will consist of dinner, the
entire Colonial Inn floor show,
music and dancing.
Funds raised from this affair
help to maintain the section's
port and dock work, American-
ization classes and other civic and
national projects. "
Arranging the event with Mrs.
Phillips were Mrs. Sydney L.
Weintraub, cochairman; Mrs. Ed-
ward L. Cowen, Mrs. Monte Selig
and fars. Benjamin E. Bronston,
tickets; Mrs. Joseph Fenias, ar-
rangements; Mrs. Aaron Farr,
souvenir program; Mrs. Leo Ack-
erman, treasurer; Mrs. I. Rubin
and Mrs. Frank Weiss, reserva-
tions; Mrs. Joseph F. Gleicher and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, publicity.
Produce Men Attend
Pre-Campaign Dinner
A pre-campaign dinner to mo-
bilize Miami produce dealers was
held in Palm Beach Tuesday night
by Miss Libby Fisher and Hyman
Swerdlin of Miami.
Plans for the produce division
of the 1W7 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal were revealed to Miami deal-
ers who were in Palm Beach for
a state convention.
PACKAGE IS TICKET
TO SISTERHOOD PARTY
One package for auction will be
admission price to the package
party which the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation Sister-
hood will sponsor at the syna-
gogue Sunday evening, Jan. 26.
Mrs. Fred Ochs is chairman of
the event which will include an
outstanding program. Among the
entertainers will be Richard
Charles Schulman, 11 year-old
cornetist who has been a favorite
of Miami audiences for a number
of years. A student at the MJOC
Talmud Torah, he will be accom-
panied by Mrs. Irving Genet at
the Piano. Miss Adele Hochman
will sing several selections.
Proceeds from the party will
aid the Talmud Torah.
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The man who came to dinner
stayed long enough to watch a
fabulous array of talent and bring
the Mt. Sinai hospital fund up to
$1,584,000 Monday night at the
Latin Quarter.
A crowd numbering in the
300's opened its wallets and heard
everyone from the page boy of
the night club to the emcee,
Harry Richman, make pledges to
the $2,500,000 campaign. A total
of $184,000 was raised at the
dinner.
First of a series of star-studded
events which the Mt. Sinai com-
mittee is planning for winter
visitors, the Latin Quarter affair
was sparked by Richman's ap-
peal to the guests to "open your
hearts." Jackie Miles, who added
his patter to the all-star show,
stayed to help Richman give away
silver dollars and fountain pens
to the "lucky" contributors.
Chief donors were Mrs. J.
Meyer Schine of the Roney Plaza
hotel and Maj. Albert Warner of
the Hollywood Warner Brothers,
who each pledged $25,000. Mrs.
Bertha Malamut, Versailles hotel
owner, signed for $15,000.
When Richman said he would
give $10,000 if his donation were
matched twice, Latin Quarter's
Lou Walters came through with
half and the rest was brought in
quickly.
Pledges of $10,000 also came
from Morris Gettleman of Atlan-
tic City; P. J. Bernstein, silver-
ware magnate, and Harry L. Uni-
tan, soft drink manufacturer of
Pittsburgh.
Besides the Latin Quarter's
floor show, Lou Holtz, Jan Bart,
Manna Zucca, Harvey Stone,
Martha Raye, Diosa Costello and
Pupi Campo, Francis Faye, Gracie
Barrie, Billy Vine, and Carlos
Ramirez were on hand to enter-
tain.
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Lear Parents Hear
Psychiatrist At Meeting
"Attitude of Parents Toward
the Child of School Age" was dis-
cussed by Dr. Herman Selinsky,
psychiatrist, at the monthly meet-
ing of the Parent-Teachers asso-
ciation of the Lear school, 1010
West ave., Tuesday evening.
Participating in the discussion
were Dr. M. Garfinkel, principal
of Winthrop Junior High school,
of Brooklyn, and Dr. Edward G.
Lear.
Sheldon Dubler, P-TA secre-
tary, presided. Parents were giv-
en an opportunity to view the
projects done by students and to
have interviews with the teach-
ers. Refreshments were served
following the meeting.
Mrs. Ida R. Lear, director of
the school, introduced the speak-
er. Mrs. Lear recently announced
a change in the school's policy.
Boarding facilities were discon-
tinued this year and the school,
which is more than 15 years old,
is now devoted to day students
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 17,
1947
Editorial
MARCH OF DIMES
It
Polio is the most dreaded foe of American families,
strikes swiftly silently eating away nerves wast-
ing muscles maiming limbs taking lives. Through
the annual March of Dimes, money is being raised to combat
the threats and ravages of this terrible crippler.
Dade county's chapter of the National Foundation for In-
fantile Paralysis maintains a ward in Jackson Memorial hospital
for treatment of those afflicted with polio regardless of age,
race, religion, color or lack of finances. The chapter maintains
and pays a staff of expert specialists in every branch of medical
science and owns the latest devices necessary for treatment of
this dreadful malady. Less than one and one-half per cent of
all money donated is used for administrative expenses.
Dade county's chapter spent more than S250.000 for treatment
and hospitalization of 136 children in this area, stricken by polio
in 1946.
Scientific research made possible by money given to the
March of Dimes in previous years has advanced the knowledge
of infantile paralysis a hundred years. Continuing research
to provide more certain cures for those afflicted is a public
responsibility.
The people of Dade county and winter visitors contributed
S130.000 in 1946 to fight infantile paralysis through the March
of Dimes. Last year's polio epidemic was the worst in our
history.
You know, without being reminded, that it is your DUTY
a3 well as your privilege, to help prevent future epidemics of
polio and to aid those who have been stricken by this terrible
disease. Through the March of Dimes you can help suffering
cripples to march again. Open your heart and your purse and
give generously, proudly, thankfully.
Right now this very minute and perhaps for a
long time to come there are 18 children out at Jackson
Memorial hospital suffering from polio. Their treatment is being
paid for by the Dade county chapter of the National Foundation
for Infantile Paralysis. To prevent another epidemic of this
dreadful malady such as occurred last year ... an
abundance of money is needed now today. Don't give
until it hurts you but give as much as you can to keep
little children from being hurt. Mail as much as you care to
spare simply to March of Dimes, Miami.
BEQUESTS
During the past few months several local organizations were
made beneficiaries of bequests from estates. With the commu-
nity's continued and increasing needs it would be timely to
initiate a planned effort to increase this practice.
Many institutions have been endowed with funds which
made them financially self-supporting. We have a vast reser-
voir of wealth in our midst. It is often easier to convince a
person to give of his wealth after death rather than part with it
during the course of his lifetime.
We are doing a good job in selling the causes to the com-
munity during regular fund-raising events. With the under-
standing of the needs fulfilled, as evidenced by the successful
campaigns, it should not be difficult to sell the further ideas of
designating worthwhile beneficiaries of estate funds. Once this
practice is established and publicly given those communal
leaders who are farsighted enough to see the wiseness of so
doing, others will follow. In long range community planning
these funds will come in mighty handy.
IN THE MAIL
BJE Director Scores
Editorial on Contest
Dear Sir:
Your editorial regarding
Jewish Book Review Contest was
absolutely unfair. You place Hie
blame on the Bureau of Jewish
Education for its failure. The
failure does not lie in lack of
publicity. It lies in the apathy
to Jewish literaturethe store-
house of our cultural heritage
on the part of our Jews. The
Bureau of Jewish Education did
more than its share to publicize
the contest and the value of Jew-
ish books during Jewish Book
Month. Your editorial would
have been fair if you had told
your readers of the many activi-
ties carried on during Jewish
Book Month, if you had made
constructive suggestions, and if
your publication had followed the
example of the general press in
such contests.
Just for the record, let me
point out several of the activities
conducted during Jewish Book
Month.
1. More than a half dozen book
exhibits were arranged by the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
the community. As a result
many books were purchased
through the BJE and privately.
2. Book lists were mimeograph-
ed and distributed widely.
3. To stimulate interest among
young people 10 bonks were given
as awards to children at the Inter-
School Chanukah affair.
4. Reviews of Jewish books
were presented throughout the
community at synagogue services
and at organization meetings.
Numerous talks on Jewish books,
were delivered in Greater Miami. |
5. An analysis was made of the
Jewish books read in our com-
munity.
6. Several articles appeared in
your publication on the value of
books. These and many other
activities took place. Yet not one
irord in your editorial about
these.
We realize that all the activities
generated by the Book Council
of Greater Miami do not guaran-
tee the results we are looking for,
Yet we feel we are planting the
seeds. Would it not be better to
help these seeds to take root.)
rather than to find fault all the1
time?
May I respectfully suggest again
that your publication have aj
weekly book review column0
Such a column would bring to
the attention of your readers re-
cent publications and would help
stimulate the purchase and read-
ing of Jewish books. It would act
as a stimulant for future activities
during Jewish Book Month.
Yours trulv.
A. P. GANNES.
Director, BJE.
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th, 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
"Ojo. tfJLU-t in UeaAli UU eav.t RMnd
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JWV COMMANDER BECOMES DEPUTY
Sisterhood Entertains
Sunday School Classes
Two Sunday school classes of
Temple Israel will attend parties
to be given in their honor tomor-
row afternoon by the Sisterhood,
which is running a series of
events for the children.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin will be hostesses
to class four at Mrs. Ackerman's
home. 1384 S. W. 18th st.
Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mrs. Morris
Rosenberg and Mrs. Louis Gill-
man will entertain class five at
the Orovitz residence. 1795 S W
12th st.
February committee of the Sis-
terhood will meet with Mrs. Max-
well Hyman and Mrs. Max Meisel
cochairmen, at the Meisel home'
4444 Post ave., at a tea at 2 p m
Monday to plan a garden card
party for Feb. 3.
Young Zionists Present
Chalutzeit Program
"The spirit of youth breathes
upon the land."
That is the theme of the Cha-
lutziat program which Junior
Hadassah and Masada will pre-
sent at their first joint cultural
meeting at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Main portion of the program
will be a play which will describe
the young pioneers in Palestine
and pay tribute to young men and
wimien who have joined Plugah
Aliyah. the Junior Hadassah-
Masada group which is sent to
Palestine after training in Amer-
ica.
The play was written by Rabbi
David Raab of Ft. Lauderdale and
Miss Heidi Mayer of radio Sta-
tion WGBS.
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel,
president of the local Junior Ha-
dassah unit, and Harvey Sootin of
Masada are in charge of the pro-
gram which will be followed by
community singing and dancing.
SMS. v? ^nanu(ri9h' national co"niander of the Jew-
uh War Veterans became an honorary deputy sheriff of
Sh H Y ft f"*1* blduction ^monies for the
Alfred1 Kohn class of the Beach JWV post. Abe Goldman!
Honda commander of JWV, rtade the deputation
I \
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To Give Skit for Lodges
A musical skit will be pre-
sented by B'nai B'rith youth
groups of Miami Beach for the
men's and women's lodges at a
joint meeting at 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day in the National hotel.
Mrs. Bererly Becker is in
charge of the program which is
open to the public.
MIAMI AJC TO HONOR
LATE PRESIDENT
A tribute to the memory of
Franklin Delano Roosevelt will
be the theme of the musical pro-
gram as w*ll as the book -review
which the Miami Women's divi-
sion of the American Jewish Con-
will sponsor at 2 p.m Tues-
day at Temple Israel.
Miss Meline Kerhanjian, who
recently sang in the University
of Miami production of Handel's
Messiah." will smg favorite se-
lections of the late president, in-
"Abide With Me."
She v.;ii i. accompanied at the
Piano by Miss Rita Qua, tin who
will also play the first movement
of Beethoven's "Moonlight S,.na-
Waltz" Chpin's "C Sha,P Min'-
Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg.
chairman of the Tuesday Book
Digest, will present Mrs. I M
^emstem. who will review four
current books about FDR
Mrs. Joseph M. Fine will nre-
side.
Critic Disagrees With
Audience on Concert
Zvee Scooler, dramatist, and
Benjamin Zemach, dancer, pre-
sented their joint recital for the
Jewish Cultural committee's ser-
ies last Sunday before a disap-
pointing crowd of 400.
Those present seemed to enjoy
the offerings of the artists. In
this critic's opinion the audience
was composed, for the greater
part, of those steeped in the Yid-
dish language and the composi-
tion of the audience indicated that
advance publicity precluded the
attendance of those seeking cul-
tural entertainment of a general
nature.
The dancing of Zemach lacked
the finesse and polish this type of
presentation must have in order
to be fully understood and en-
joyed. Some of the numbers ren-
dered by Scooler were too lengthy
and others showed too much in-
formality. As a whole, one would
not expect this recital to be sched-
uled for a cosmopolitan audience.
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CONCERT PIANIST FETED
Leon Ell (left), chairman ol the Temple Beth Sholom
leligious school, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the
Sisterhood, chat with Alec Templeton, blind pianist and com-
J^poser, at the Hall of Art during the reception tendered for Mr.
pond Mtb. Templeton last week. Templeton was guest artist
fc.at the concert sponsored by the Beth Sholom P.T.A. for the
benefit of the Temple's nursery school.-
Wpel&man)
-(photo by Philip A.
Miami Y to Resume
All-Star Show in March
j Cornerstone laying ceremonies
d a night of stars were planned
the Miami Y board of directors
lesday night at the first meet-
following annual elections.
(Leon Kaplan, president, an-
Bunccd that the cornerstone lay-
will be observed Sunday af-
loon, Feb. 16. Foundation of
Y's new building was com-
Bted this week and construction
the walls was begun.
pDate for the night of stars, a
e-war annual Y event, was set
the first Sunday in March.
Committees are to be appointed
for both affairs this week.
The board also initiated a self-
atudy of the Y's program for
adults at the meeting. M. J. Ko-
pelowit-. heads the committee
which will evaluate existing adult
etivities and study in particular
eed for recreation for old peo-
ple E. Albert Pallot was named
iiraxan of a constitutional re-
lion committee. These two com-
Jtees were established on rec-
lendation of Maurice Gross-
in his annual executive di-
Kor's report.
QDther committee chairmen
named by Kaplan are Paul So-
bcl, house committee; Henry Ja-
cobson, membership committee"
Theodore Sakowitz, publicity:
Ben Essen and George Chcrtkof.
adult activities; Al Berkowitz.
athletics; M. J. Kepelowitz, fi-
nance; Mrs. Leon Kaplan, youth
activities.
Sam Seitlin. building; Mrs. Ben
Essen, home camp; Wm. D. Sing-
er, personnel; Leonard Jacobus,
ways and means; Seymour Simon,
social.
Denver Home Luncheon
Slated for Tuesday
Baroque room of the Albion
hotel will be the scene of the an-
nual victory luncheon the Greater
Miami chapter. National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
Tuesday afternoon.
Proceeds from the affair will
aid in the purchase of a carryall
station wagon for the Home, ac-
cording to Mrs. Irving Miller,
local president. A souvenir jour-
nal is being published in connec-
tion with the luncheon.
Following the luncheon Evelyn
Goldstein, a member of the chap-
ter, and Pearl Williams, will pre-
sent a musical program.
Skit on Youth Aliyah
To Highlight Meeting
A skit on Youth Aliyah will
highlight the meeting of the Mi-
ami group of Hadassah 1:30 p.m.
Monday at the Beth David audi-
torium.
Entitled "None Shall Be Lost,"
i he skit will be enacted by Mrs.
Moe Fcingold, Youth Aliyah
chairman, and her committee.
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach group,
will give a report of her experi-
ences at the World Zionist Con-
gress in Switzerland. A musical
number will complete the pro-
gram.
An audience of more than 40
women attended the first of a
series of educational programs
last Thursday. The series is un-
der the direction of Mrs. Joel Be-
lov. projects chairman; Mrs. Fein-
gold, Youth Aliyah chairman, and
Mrs. Benjamin Levitin, education
chairman.
Hadassah is enlarging the scope
of its activities for the upbuilding
of Palestine and the transporting
and rehabilitating of European
refugees to that land, according
to Mrs. Joseph Carp, president.
Local Girl Joins Staff
Of Social Smite Bureau
Miss Helen Powell of Miami
Beach has joined the staff of the
Jewish Social Service bureau as
medical social worker, Charles
Cohen, execu-
t i v e director,
announced this
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YPL Game Night Aids
March of Dimes Drive
Officers of the Young Peoples
league of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center hope that guests at
their Sunday evening party eat
a lot, for sale of refreshments
during game night will be donat-
ed to the March of Dimes.
Decision to aid the infantile
paralysis campaign was approved
by the executive board Monday
evening.
The YPL game night at the
Center will include bingo, bridge
and gin rummy. Prizes will be
awarded the winners.
Six soldiers from the Pratt
General hospital will be guests
of the league at the affair.
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become affili-
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bureau, Cohen
said.
A resident of
Miss Powell the Beach for
the past 14 years, Miss Powell
was graduated from Lear school
and the University of Miami
where she majored in sociology
and minored in psychology.
Having taken graduate work at
the New York School of Social
Work at Columbia university,
Miss Powell will qualify for a
master's degree in medical social
work after completing three
months' work this summer.
While at Columbia last year.
Miss Powell did volunteer work
for the magistrate courts in New
York under Judge Anna M. Kross
and for the Riverside Civic coun-
cil.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Powell, 860 43rd ct.,
Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TONY'S RESTAURANT, Intends to
icgiMir the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TONY JAOOVIDES
ALFRED KREISLER,
818 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney-at-I-aw.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANITARY GROCERY & DELICA-
TESSEN, at 1410 8. W. 6th Street.
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
MORRIS CENZAR.
Sole Owner.
MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys 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
KENDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144
S. W. Eighth Street, Intends to reg-
ister said name wUh the Clark of tha
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flortda.
HENRY H. PENCHANSKY
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREliY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL POINCIANA RESTAURANT,
at 1661 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RUDOLF BEC.EEST
MARTHA BEGEEST
AMOS BENJAMIN.
Attorney for Rudolf
& Martha Begeest,
605 Olympla Bldg., Miami 32.
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND
RESTAURANT, at 1690 S. W. 8th St.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
JULIUS NADLER
ELLIS SAMESS
BERTHA SAMESS
WILLIAM L. I'ALLOT.
Attorney for Applicant,
1214 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
the restaurant business under the
fictitious name of BAHAMA, at 3S90
N. \V. Third Street, Intend to register
said name with tho Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL HYMAN
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
SUNSHINE SANDWICH SHOPS, at
1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla..
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN ZEI8EL,
Solo Owner.
1/10-17-24-31
Ask for U. S.
Government Inspection ,
No. 1

And You'll Hare the Best
' Delicatessen With
KOSHER
ZION
SAUSAGE Co.
. PRODUCTS
PEARL BROTHERS
FLORIDA PROVISION CO.
Exclusive Distributors-
Phone 2-6141
1721 N. W. 7lh ATenue
MIAMI
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
business under the fictitious name of
GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE
CO. (not Inc.), In tho City of Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
IRVING J. 1'LASKOFF
EDWARD H. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING
OO. (not Inc.), at 2S2S 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
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W.
12th Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida. REBA BALSAM.
12/20-27 1/3-10-17 Solo 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 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at
4.1 N. F. 21st Street, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit court of Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES T. KORSoN.
Sole Owner.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attornay 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
SIXTY-SECOND STREET PROPER-
TIES, in the City of Miami. Florida,
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County. Florida.
JERRY WEINSTEIN
BENJAMIN MEYERS
ROBERT BRENNER
HERMAN H. BRENNER
12/20-27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300
S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami, Fla., In-
tends to register said name with tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ.
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BROOKLYN BEEF CO., at 3938 N. W.
17th Ave., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ARTHUR BOROK
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Arthur Borok,
6:.0 Seybold Bldg..
Miami 32. 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
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. LE1BOWITZ.
Solo Owner.
MAX R. SILVER.
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 namo of
SCHAFFER'S PLUMBING CO.. Not
Inc., at 821 S. W. 18th Ave.. Miami,
Intends to register said name with tho
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 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BLUEBIRD CLEANERS, at 1250 S. W.
22nA_ Street (Coral Way). Miami, Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT LEVINE |
JOSEPH HARRY KR1SSEL
1/17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PALACE BOWLING CENTER, 2610
N. W. 36th St.. Miami, Fla., Intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MACK COHAN
MURRAY GLACKMAN
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
1/17-24-31 2/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho 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
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
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at 1415
N. E. 2nd Ave., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Cour' "' Iinde County, Florida.
IAN ZEISEL.
Sole Owner.
1/10- i


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B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
TO SEE MELODRAMA
"Adrift In New York." a comic
melodrama of the Gay Nineties,
will be attended by members and
friends of B'nai B'rith Women of
Sholem lodge
rr
at the Holly-
w o o d Play-
house. 100 W.
Flagler st.. 9:00
p.m. Wednes-
day.
Proceeds from
the theatre
party will be
devoted to com-
munity service
projects which
Mrs. Sdverman the organization
will sponsor in 1947. Dancing
and refreshments will follow the
performance.
Mrs. Jean Silverman is chair-
man of the affair. Tickets may-
be obtained from her committee
members, the Mesdames Sam Sil-
ver. Laura Sachs. William Dan-
ziger. Harry Gordon. Esther Berg-
man and Milton A. Friedman.
Center Devotes Month
To Fund Raising
A month-long drive to raise
.$250,000 to erect a new building
' for the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter was launched yesterday, ac-
i cording to Nat Hankoff. general
building fund chairman.
A similar amount was raised
in 1945-46, but a total of $500,000
is required to construct the edi-
fice at its new site, 17th st. and
Washington ave., Hankoff said
Seventy-five workers have
been enrolled in solicitation teams
with Jack Burris and Ira Wal-
sey as cochairmen of the general
solicitation.
Weekly rallies and reports will
be held each Thursday evening
at the Center for the balance of
the drive. First workers' rally
i was held at the Center last night.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was prin-
cipal speaker.
According t o architectural
plans, the new structure, when
completed will constitute the
largest Jewish house of worship
in the south.
SEEK AID FOB VETERANS' HOUSING
To Review Best-Seller
Frst on Miami's list of best-
selling fiction. "Pavilion of Wom-
en" by Pearl S. Buck will be re-
viewed for the Miami Beach
Women's division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress Friday af-
ternoon, Jan. 24.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will be the
reviewer. The event will take
place at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at 1:30 p.m.
Beach Women Slate
Valentine Luncheon
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Wom-
' en are busy with plans for their
| annual fashion show and lunch-
eon which this year will again
take place at the Beachcomber on
Valentine's Day, Feb. 14.
This is the organization's only-
fund raising project for the year
and funds will be used solely for
philanthropic purposes, according
to Mrs. Harry Kaufman, chair-
man of ways and means, who is
in charge of the luncheon com-
mittee.
Margaret Newman will present
the fashion show. A souvenir
birthday calendar will be dis-
tributed to guests.
Mrs. Julie Rosenberg, Hotel
James, is ticket chairman. Parties
of from four to 16 people may be
arranged.
A vigorous protest against refusal oi the City oi Miami Beach
to finance the Miami Veterans' Housing committee with a
S3.000 grant was made at a recent executive meeting ol tne
Robert Richter post. AMVETS. Officers for 1947 shown at
the meeting are (left to right) William Baer, provost marshall;
Alvin Richter, brother of the late Robert Richter for whom the
post is named, finance officer; Saul Radler, senior vice com-
mander; Nat Pollack, commander; Holger Johansen, junior
vice commander; PhU Bari, adjutant. Not pictured are Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, chaplain, and Leo Levin, historian.
Florell photo
FRIDAY. JANUARY 17, 1947
in 1111 -urnin- 1,1 1 a
Beth Sholom Women
To Attend Barbecue
-Jin out-door barbecue will be
tendered for the Temple B*th
Sholom Sisterhood by Mrs Altx.
ander Kogan, president, from i
a.m. till midnight Wednesday
her home, *7S Royal Palm avt
Members Who have solicits
ads for the annual luncheon jour
nal will attend.
Tickets for the luncheon to be
held at the Copa Cabana Feb. 19
were distributed at a recent
board meeting by Mrs. DtVu
Phillips and Mrs. Louis Kreruky
cochairmen.
Mrs. Dorothy Harris is fc
charge of tickets for the lunth-
eon. Reservations may be miru
with Miss M. Amdur at the Tan-
pie or with Mrs. Abe Blatt and
Mrs. Murray Maurer.
200 Attend JWV Event
Over 200 people attended the
ceremonies which marked the
dedication of the Norman Bruce
Brown post of the Jewish War
Veterans Monday night at Beth
David. Nat Brown, father of the
Navy hero for whom the post was
named, was installed as com-
mander and received a posthum-
ous award for his son from the
Navy.
T\JGUST BROS ftvr
is the at si
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Welcome New Members
I New members of the Miami
, Beach Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged have
been asked to bring guests to the
"new member reception" which
i will take place at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Tuesday
afternoon.
Mrs. Harry Kraff, soprano, will
'entertain following a buffet
1 luncheon. She will be accom-
' panied by Anyuta Melicov, pian-
ist. Mrs. Louis Sherry, president.
i will introduce Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish who will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel is chair-
j man, and Mrs. Joseph Kane, co-
I chairman of membership.
Life Insurance Estates
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IY, JANUARY 17, 1947
==5=; i j
[VETS to Memorialize
>mon H. Bernstein
Miami Beach boy who died
ig the war will be memorial-
by the Robert Richter post,
fETS, when the Solomon H.
Bernstein mem-
bership class is
initiated Mon-
day evening.
The meeting
is scheduled for
8:30 p.m. at the
Manga Reva
room of the
Cromwell ho-
tel, 100 20th St.,
Miami Beach.
S/Sgt. Bern-
Bemstein stein, son of Mr.
Mrs. Julius Bernstein, 1132
lid ave., was killed Aug. 6,
while serving as an aerial
ier on a raid over Berlin.
;was posthumously awarded
irple Heart on April 5, 1944.
fore enlisting in December,
at the age of 20, young
tstein was a student at the
ffnJversity of Miami.
Nat Pollack, post commander,
has invited all veterans in the
to attend the open meeting.
+Jewish fhrkilain
PAGE SEVEN
DENTIST, TWO DOCTORS ANNOUNCE OPENING OF PROFESSIONAL BUILDING ON CAUSEWAY
Loan Fund to Start In
March. Group Is Told
.Operation of the Baron de
Mrsch loan fund as an indepen-
dent community agency for grant-
teg small loans is expected by
Ifarch 1, directors of the fund
were told Monday night at a
WMting held in the Beach Y.
A constitution and by-laws will
be submitted to the general mem-
bership for adoption on Monday
might, Feb. 10. Following their
acceptance, election of perma-
nent board members will be held.
The 25 directors will then choose
their own officers.
ite) soon after the election as
the .Jewish Social Service bureau
has secured a sufficient staff the
loan fund will get under way, ac-
CorSjng to Charles Cohen, direc-
tor** JSSB which will study ap-
plications for loans.
Mry Stone presided at the
meping Monday night at which
sei&al reports were presented.
Daughter to Install
Mis. Brenner Tomorrow
pen Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
installs officers of the women's
division of Miami Beach Mizrachi
tomorrow evening she will induct
her mother, Mrs. Joseph Bren-
ner, as president.
Hie installation will follow a
regular meeting at Beth Jacob
ynegogue. Mrs. Emanuel Karger
g introduce Mrs. Meyers.
er officers to be installed
Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg, Mrs.
ine Chill, Mrs. Anna Baer,
. Goldie Sir and Mrs. Minnie
Itnrman, vice president; Mrs.
Eugenia Lilienfeld, treasurer;
Mrs. Gertrude Harvey, financial
Ctetary; Mrs. Esther Diamond,
(Orresponding secretary; Mrs.
Leon Shalloway, recording sec-
retory.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chap-
Wn; Mrs. Emanuel Karger, cul-
tural chairman; Mrs. Bessie Ad-
rWum, children's village chair-
Hn; Mrs. Rose Lustig, membcr-
sbip chairman.
-'": :.~ '.""Tj"
Miami's newest professional
office structurethe 515 Vene-
tian Way Bldg.will be opened
soon by three residents. Dr. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal, Dr. Harold
Rand and Dr. George Lister.
Located at 515 N.E. 15th st. at
the Miami end of Venetian cause-
way, the building which looks
more like a private home, con-
tains more than 30 rooms and will
house the offices of the three
owners and Dr. William M. Schiff,
Dr. Rosenthal's associate.
Work on the building was be-
gun in June and the doctors are
now in the process of moving in.
The Bermuda style architecture
was designed by Edwin T. Reed-
er. Joseph Moretti was the con-
tractor. A feature of the building
is the outside loggia from which
all of the offices open.
Valued at $70,000 exclusive of
land, fixtures and furnishings,
the building is 40 by 100 feet on
a 60 by 115 foot lot.
The three owners are well
known to Miamians. Dr. Rosen-
thai, whose* office is now in the
Huntington bldg., has practiced
dentistry here for the past 21
years. During the war, he was a
member of the Coast Guard tem-
porary reserve for two and one-
half years. President of the Pro-
bus club now, he has also been
president of the Jewish Social
Service bureau and a director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Dr. Rand, who specializes in in-
ternal medicine and allergy work,
resumed his practice in Miami
early last year after serving for
three and one-half years in the
Army. He was chief of medicine
of the first medical unit to land
in the Philippines. Dr. Rand, .who
has been summer camp doctor for
the Miami Y for many years, has
been active in the Y and B'nai
B'rith and has made his home in
Miami for about ten years.
A graduate of Temple univers-
ity medical school, Dr. Lister,
who is a pediatrician, returned to
a five months post graduate
course in pediatrics last year
after three and one-half years in
the public health service with
the Coast Guard.
He saw active duty in the North
Atlantic area. A resident of Miami
since 1940. he is a member of
B'nai B'rith.
A graduate of Ohio State uni-
versity dental school, Dr. Schiff
was recently discharged from the
Army.
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REASONABLE PRICES
Also Reservations for Dinner
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Car, of Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973
Yiddish Artists Appear
At Concert Sunday
Outstanding Yiddish concert
artists who are visiting this area
will appear in a concert at 8:30
p.m. Sunday evening in the Mi-
ami Beach High school under the
auspices of the Workmen's Circle
Branch 692.
Among the many performers
will be Sophie Kemper, Jewish
folk singer who is known to New
York radio audiences, and Sylvia
Price, soprano.
A two and one-half hour show
of Yiddish, popular and classical
music has been planned.
Tickets may be obtained at
Henry's hotel, 536 Washington
ave.; Berele's store, 237 Collins
ave.; Raphael's hotel, 146 Wash-
ington ave., and Sher's Jewelry
store, 927 Washington ave.
Junior Hadassah To
Hear Congress Report
Junior Hadassah members will
hear a first-hand report of the
22nd World Zionist Congress from
Shepard Broad, delegate of the
General Zionists, at their regular
monthly brunch at noon Sunday
in the Beach Cabana Club, 4323
Collins ave.
Broad, a Miami Beach attor-
ney, is first vice president of the
Southeast Zionist region and with
Abraham Goodman of Miami
Beach attended the 16 day ses-
sion of the Congress which ended
Dec. 24. He will be introduced by
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel,
president.
Miss Arlene Rose is chairman
of the brunch, assisted by Roslyn
Drosd, decorations; Selma Lewis,
hospitality; Doris Shapiro, in-
vitations; Gladys Tepper, tele-
phone, and Shirley Pardo, pub-
licity.
Reservations may be made with
Doris Albin, 1918 Liberty ave.
Ladies Nite!
All escorted ladies
coming in tonight
will be given a BIG
DRINK THE
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HIALEAH OPENS TODAY
Hialeah Race Course officials
went steadily forward tins week
with preparations for a capacity
inaugural crowd. The admission
department reported all reserved
seats for today's opening had been
sold for a week.
Sunshine stable's Buzfuz will
make racing history by running
in stakes on both coasts of the
United States within a seven-day
period, it was confirmed Wednes-
day with the selection of Ruperto
Donoso to ride the flying horse
in today's $10,000 added Hialeah
Inaugural.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
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Cantorial Concert
To Feature Ganchoff
Maurice Ganchoff. outstanding
American cantor, will appear on
the second annual cantorial con-
cert to be presented by Cantor
Louis D. Feder at the Beth Jacob 26th.
synagogue Wednesday evening.
Jan. 22.
Cantor Ganchoff recently re-
signed from a New York syna-
gogue to devote his entire time
to the concert stage. In his local
performance he will present a
program of hymns, Yiddish and
Beach Lodge to Install
Officers At Dinner
Officers of the Miami B
lodec of B'nai B'rith will '
KSed al
Palm Island. Sundaj n !'
Heading the slat.
coming year is W It. C.K
Miami Beach atl
RAY LEV 10 PLAY
ON BEACH SEHIES
Ray Lev, young American pian-
ist who will appear at the Miami
Beach Senior High school Jan. 25.
is an excellent example of how
natural talent can develop into
high artistry.
She accepted her first piano
lessons in New Haven merely as
a part of her general education.
In New York at the age of 14.
Rav continued piano lessons at
the Music School Settlement.
After a few months she was in-
vited to play for Ernest Schelling
who, much to her surprise, ad-
vised her to become a pianist.
Financial obstacles, however,
stood in the way of this goal, and
for three years she took a secre-
tarial course at school, continuing
her music lessons whenever she
could find time to fit them into
her other studies.
She was able to devote herself
to music only after she had won
the New York Philharmonic
Scholarship for summer work un-
der Gaston Dothier, and soon
afterwards the Matthay Prize for
study under the great English
master.
She made her London debut at
the age of 17 while still a student,
and toured Europe before return-
ing to New York. Her American
debut was at Carnegie hall with
the National Orchestral associa-
tion under Leon Barzin, in 1934.
Since that time her career has in-
cluded concert tours of the Unit-
ed States and Canada: appear-
ances as soloist with outstanding
symphony orchestras (three ap-
pearances with the N. Y. Phil-
harmonic Symphony>: on the
radio; a recital at the White
House for President and Mrs.
Roosevelt and tr.c;r guests after'obtam(id at tllc B^" Jacob office,
a Congressional dinner; two com- -. ~ ~
mand performances at 10 Down- avT. rdlay Honored
ing Street, one under the patron- Dr. Lewis Palay 541 Lincoln' Dccn donated. Mrs. Hi
age of the Queen of England, the'rd.. was recently' honored by
other Princess Man- Louise. I election to the founders group of
Her local appearance will be tnc Board of Certified
under the auspice; i! the Com- Allergists and as a charter mem-
munity Concert Series of the ber 'n the American Societv of
Beach Y. \: d Allergists.

idTentry int.. the i
vice, Kovner
of sholcm lodge, B'nai Brith. Mi-
ami. He is a
Bea.-h Bar Associal
in fraternal and charii
' ganizations. ,. .
Other officers to
are vice presidents H
:nick. David R. Isen. Godfrey K.
Newman; tr. er. Sol <
strom; financia
M. Br. ad; monitor, G
Bertman; assistant m nil
Harry Day; warden, Dr. J
Pomerance; guardian, Dr.
ander Libow.
Arrangements f ir the fun
are beinj:
. d by Arf n and
including Hai : Zukeri G d-
frey K. Newi
Greene. The afl
public.
Tickets arc $7.50 each incl
the- dinner, show, tip,
tail and tax. R<
made at the
B"rith of Mi
Miami Zionists Slate
Congress Report Meeting
.. future of Zionism
in th. tac. oi Habbi
.. e'i r. iignatton
, i /.-. niat Or-
ica will bedia-
inity meeting
\f> In. lay eve-
1 Broad
G n will give
plishmenta
. /,: mist Con-
attended ;.t
Basle,
eting will
lent of the
which will

' will be
i th. '
will be
Beach Y President
Names Building Group
Appointment of a building con.
traction committee for the Beach
Y was announced this week by
Carl Weinkle, president.
Judge Joseph A. Berman aJ
elected chairman of the commit
tec at its first meeting Tuesday
afternoon. He will serve with
James M. Albert, George J. Bert
man, Irvine Frankel, Samuel *
Rivkind, Harry Sirkin and
Weinkle. ^
i
Leon Spector, director of th.
National Jewish Welfare board
building bureau, is expected here
at the end of the month to con.
!'er with the committee.
The committee has made plan,
preliminary to obtaining an archi-
tect to design the structure which
will be built on the Y's recently
purchased property at Bav rd and
16th st.
Mizrachi to Install
i nd a
: Id by
: I
vening
:. an
ill be in-

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ISTRICT OFFICERS TO LAUNCH LODGE
FISHER
District officers of B'nai B'rith
will launch a membership drive
for Greater Miami lodges next
week with a meeting Thursday
evening under the sponsorship of
Sholem lodge at Temple Israel.
Julius Fisher, secretary, and
Edward Rosenblum, treasurer of
the fifth district of B'nai B'rith,
will be principal speakers.
Called to honor the visiting of-
ficers, the meeting will also be
for the purpose of further plan-
ning on the district convention
slated to be held at Miami Beach
I early in June.
Louis Heiman and E. Albert
Pallot, who led the Sholem lodge
membership drive last year, will
have charge of the current cam-
paign.
The February meeting of the
lodge will be devoted to Brother-
hood Week which will be ob-
served between Feb. 17 and 24.
ROSENBLUM
Europeans Seek Aid In
Search for Relatives
J- Names of relatives and friends
Ought here by Europeans were
attbmitted to The Jewish Floridian
this week by the service to the
ftsTeign born department of the
[ami section, National Council
BJjewish Women.
fchey include Moisey Rosen who
fJK Sought by Rachil Lisiansky;
' Frisch family by Markus Frish;
Alexander R,appaport by Hedy
lltmethy; N. Haut by Leon Fries;
Peter Kader by Paul Gasparik;
(. lbs. Anne Gorress by Clara Gor-
'ress; Fritz Beter by Tesi Karst-
ner Karpeles; Nathan Juster by
Kurt Juster.
. Isaac Kirzner by M. A. Kerz-
ner; Frank Kluger by Lola
Knopf; Erwin Schreinburg by
se Pavlik; Jankel Esterkes
by Keile Prinak; Harry Kovetky
fred and David Weiss; Mar-
Hcide by Ernest Senger, and
Simon by Benjamin Simon.
rjA addition, Minna Schaefer of
Miami is seeking Erna Wertsman
Bavaria, now believed to be
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Four 10-round bouts between
some of America's outstanding
boxers have been carded for the
gala fight show to be staged by
Harvey Seeds post of the Amer-
ican Legion in the Orange Bowl
stadium Tuesday night, Jan. 28,
Steve McNulty, matchmaker, has
announced.
Joe Maxim, Cleveland, and
Marty Clark, New York, will top
the heavyweight division scrap.
Both are high ranking contenders
for the title held by Joe Louis.
Steve Belloise, New York, and
Izzy Jannazo, Brooklyn, among
the nation's foremost middle-
weights, will share honors in the
double wind-up in a fracas also
scheduled for 10 rounds.
Buddy Garcia, seventh ranking
lightweight from Galveston, Tex-
as, will meet Miami's hard-hitting
Cotton King in a double-barreled
semi windup, with Jack Cranford,
New York, trading punches with
Miami's Red Cameron in the sec-
ond lightweight brawl.
Proceeds from the fight show
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a poll sponsored by the Jackson-
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voted in favor of the erection of
a proposed $400,000 Jewish com-
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informal education needs of all the
Jews of Jacksonville, it was an-
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The results of the poll meet one
of the two conditions laid down
some months ago by an anony-
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proposed community building.
The study was made under the
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and Welfare Funds.
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Herbert Scher Heads
Federation Keymen
A scroll of honor and a minia-
ture key signifying membership
in the Keymen's club were award-
ed Sunday afternoon to some 300
volunteers i n
the 1946 cam-
paign of the
Greater Miami
Jewish Fed-
eration. The
awards were
made at a cere-
mony held in
Latin Quarter
and attended
Scher by over 500
people.
Herbert Scher was elected
president of the Keymen's club
and Mrs. Miriam Sirkin was
named secretary. The club will
continue as a permanent year-
round organization to further in-
terest of the community in Jew-
ish philanthropic campaigns, con-
ducted under the auspices of the
Federation.
First award was made to Wm.
D. Singer, overall chairman of
the 1947 coordinated campaign of
Federation and Mt. Sinai hos-
pital, who was 1946 drive chair-
man. Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man of this year's drive, was
master of ceremonies during the
program which was opened by
Max Orovitz, president of Fed-
eration.
Dan Rosenthal, activities di-
rector of the Miami Y, and Bert
Friedman, led community sing-
ing, accompanied by George Wol-
pert.
Mrs. Ferkis Returns
Mrs. Simon I. Ferkis, 1345 S.W,
Second St., returned to Miami last
week after attending the funeral
of her husband at Mt. Israel cem-
etery, Linden, N.J.
Mr. Ferkis, who was 66, died
here Dec. 5. A retired jewelry and
watch repairman, he had moved
to Miami with his wife from
Rochester, N.Y., more than two
years ago.
Besides the widow, survivors
include two sons, including Paul
Ferkis of Miami, and two daugh-
ters.
Face Facts
Ambijan Committee to
Honor Rabbi Bick
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director,
A#ti-Dejamation League
Conscientious community work-
er Mrs. Max Dobrin just called
this office to report she had heard
over the radio that Senator Bilbo
is "resting comfortably at Tour"
Infirmary in New Orleans."
I wonder whether "that man
Bilbo, whose long congressional
record has been marred by identi-
fication with the forces of preju-
dice and intolerance, knows who
Mr. Touro was. For his informa-
tion, the infirmary was named for
Judah Touro, one of the heroes:
of the Jewish faith in the War
of 1812.
Touro was gravely wounded
with Jackson at New Orleans. He
survived and later assisted the
Boston merchant, Amos Lawrence,
in raising the $20,000 that was Rabbi Abraham J. Bick of New
needed to complete Bunker Hill York wnj be honored at a fare-
monument, our forefathers' gym- u ce]ebration 8 p.m. Saturday
bol of American liberty, justice I ^.^ ^ Co,lins ave.
and equality. > # i and 10th st. Refreshments and en-
One of the most important me- tertainment will be provided. The
dia of education is the audio- event will be under the auspices
visual field (sound movies to of the American Birobijan Com-
you). In the words of Confucius, mittee of Greater Miami which
a picture speaks a thousand | also sponsored a lecture by Kabbi
words, and educators have come i Bick last night.
to recognize this fact. In Eng-
land, the motion pictures arc Q]^ Receives Bequest
widely used in the public school
system. During the war, the The late Dr. David R. Godhn
United States Army and Navy. has bequeathed $100 to the 1947
utilized movies as teaching and Combined Jewish Appeal, it was
training devices with excellent made known this week by Max
results. R. Silver, administrator of his
All this is by way of introduc-' estate.
tion to ADL'S first venture in the
production of a movie.
Colored prints of a 16 mm., 12-
minute cartoon film entitled "One
Dr. Godlin died July 27, 1944,
and specified in his will that the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
receive a bequest of $100. Mr.
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And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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People," with narration by Ralph .Silver in a letter to the Federa-
Bellamy, are now available at I tion, asked that the contributon
this regional office of the ADL. J be made to the 1947 campaign.
This movie short tells a pano-,_______________________________
ramie story of the settling of
America by groups of every na- This concept, 'One People' has
tional origin and narrates the I sought to project.
contributions these groups have j "The Anti-Defamation league
made to the democratic way of j of B'nai B'rith is to be congratu-
life. lated for presenting this exem-
Commendations are pouring in
from educators and civic leaders
all over the country, expressing
plary film in such a forthright
and interesting fashion."
The film is available for rental
their high regard for this educa- or purchase by schools, clubs, and
tional film. religious, labor and farm groups.
Among the letters received was It may be rented from this office
this one from Dr. J. W. Stude- for $350 for three days. The full
baker, commissioner of the Unit- purchase price of the colored print
ed States office of education, who is $58.
writes:
"From both a technical and en-
tertainment point of view, the
Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith has produced an excellent
motion picture.
" 'One People' should be seen
by every American, for we must
learn of our debt to the various
peoples who enriched our culture.
"Proper respect for the customs
and origins of others is a funda-
mental precept of true democracy.
Support Federation
Resolution. "d0"*' !*
Greater Miami J.wbh Federe-
,ion'. 1947 campaign for PP""
m.tely $1,310,000 her. beenP*.
ed by the Miami and Miami Beech
lodges of B'nai B'rith.
Council Members Model
Fashions at Charm Forum
Guests at the fashion show
which the Miami section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
will present at 2 p.m. today will
see their fellow members as
models.
Resort and evening wear, in-
cluding hats and accessories, will
be displayed at the home of Mrs.
Edward L. Cowen, 5050 Alton rd.
Models will include Mrs. H. H.
Farr Mrs. B. Schwartz, Mrs. F. S.
Gros'sberg, Mrs. S. H. Terran,
Mrs. Cowen, Mrs. Harry Schiff,
Mrs. S. Gardon, Mrs. H. Hall, Mrs.
Richard Wahrman and Mrs. Al-
fred Phillips.
Miss Lenore will present the
models and Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
traub will be the coordinator.
These two women are co-directors
of the organization's Charm
Forum series which helps fi-
nance Council's scholarships at
the University of Miami.
The fashion show is the fourth
forum. Series tickets and individ-
ual admissions will be honored at
the door.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947
Health Director to
Address Spinoza Forum
Dr. Max Warmbrand, director
of the Florida Health Conserva-
tory in Orlando, will be guest
speaker at the Spinoza Forum at
3 p.m. Saturday.
Monday evening sesaions of the
forum, conducted by Dr. Morrii
Schneer of New York, consist of
lectures on "Understanding Your-
self." Charlw H. Lee speaks on
"The Heavens and the Earth" on
Tuesday evenings.
Discussion meetings relative to
the Town Meeting of the Air
broadcast are scheduled each
Thursday evening.
The sessions are held on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, 1058 Collin* ave.
Judge to Address Lodge,
Clyde Atkins, associate munic-
ipal judge, will address memben
of B'nai B'rith at the weekly
Sholem lodge luncheon 12:15 p.m.
todey in the Downtown club res-
taurant. Seybold bldg.
fcrRlfT
Card Party and Dance
Next for Gables Group
Members of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will attend a card
and mah jongg party at the Hil-
lel house 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Herman Rubin and Mrs.
A. Edgar Miller have charge of
the affair which is limited to paid
up members. Refreshments will
be served.
Plans for the Feb. 15th cabaret
style Valentine's Day dance will
be announced. Scheduled for the
Coral Gables Woman's club, the
affair will include a buffet sup-
per and entertainment.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington
Muni B.ach. Rabbi Mom, Mescheloff. Cantor Louii D. Fadar.
.? *%&*&, tSSSBat-?,'M pm- uft Friday niht forum
at 8.30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on 'The Name of God"
Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
[ on Hardened Hearts. Intermediate services for teen-age youth at
9 a.m. under the supervision of the board of education. Junior Con-
gregation at 10 a.m. under the supervision of Max Bertman of the
faculty Kiddish served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph Bren-
ner and a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S J
Freedman to charge. Mincha at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week
Maanv at 5 p.m.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid iTt Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Hackovsky.
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 RabDl will discuss the portion of the week and conduct Shalos
Kudos smging. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m. followed by a class
in Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish
laws and customs.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 8. W.
17ih *t.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauar.
L ai?alos Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Grauer will speak on "What Is A Meshumed?" Sabbath ser-
vices, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The Four Dimen-
sions of Destiny." Junior services, 9:30 a.m., conducted by Abraham
Gross and Fred Ochs at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Emanuel
Karger and Mrs. Ochs as hostesses. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30
r a.m. Sunday, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear. Mrs. Ochs
i and Mrs. Leo Rotenperg will be hostesses.
Miami.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third eve*
| Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rav. Maurice Mamcha*.
l~ Late Friday evening services, 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and
Cantor Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the
direction of Louis Powesky. Rabbi Shapiro's topic for discussion
Will be Religious Snobbery." Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Langner will
be hosts at a reception in the auditorium immediately after the
Services in honor of the birth of their grand-daughter. During the
Services Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Robert (Bobby) Shevin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Shevin, will become Bar Mitzva. Students' ser-
vices, 10:30 a.m. F. E. Stern will be host at the Sunday morning
Bar Mitzva Breakfast club at 8:45 a.m. in memory of his late wife
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ava.. Miami
aach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, axacutiva director.
Late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will
each on "Give Us Your Hearts." The cantor will chant the ser-
gV ass,sted^ by tn Center choir. Sabbath services, 8:45 a.m
Sturday. The rabbi will preach on the weekly portion of the
1W. The Bar Mitzvas of Alan Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs
Jobert Greenberg, and Donald Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Pohen, will be observed. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m
Sunday.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ava.. Miami Beach.
-~. Fr*day. evening service, 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on
The Politicians." This will be the first in a series of six ser-
nons on the contribution which Judaism and democracy as philoso-
phies can make in the building of a free world in fact and spirit.
Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Joel Steinberg, son of Mr
and Mrs. LeG Steinberg, will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Cantor
Jteiemer will render the musical portions at all services.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th at. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
"A P1-*1"*?6 to Faith" is the sermon topic Rabbi Zwitman will
preach on during Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. A Sisterhood
reception will follow the services with Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter
chairman of January hospitality, and Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs.
Leo Boch. Mrs. William Stone, Mrs. F. C. Pohl and Mrs. Adolph
awertncimer, ^hairman of house and refreshments, serving as host-
Hses. Mrs. S. E. Cohen, sponsor of the reception, will light the
eaobatn candles. Sabbath morning services, 11 a.m. Saturday.
JS^fbE EMANU-EL. 1901 S. Andrew. Av... Ft. Laudardale.
Ufiol David naab.
L- Frid.av evening services, 8 p.m. Sermon subject: "What Good Is
Prayer? The public is invited to attend. Religious school and
..Hebrew classes Sunday at 10 a.m.
A POEM
The following poem was writ-
ten by Irving Rohinsky, nephew
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky,
1903 N. W. First ter.
BALLAD Or THE WANDER-
ING JEW
My home was my own; my feel-
ing secure
My garden was green; my honor
pure
Contempt .
Hatred .
Condemned .
I found myself battling to keep
awake
I felt myself enveloped in the
chasm of a quake
The mad beat of a hundred mil-
lion hearts
Driven .
Persecuted .
Homeless ..
I could hear them come
From a thousand different direc-
tions
In groups and in sections
Over mountains and valleys
In a steady stream they march;
they come.
I can see them now
Like one big cloud, growing, as
it rolls nearer and nearer
Stigmatizing the holy waters on
a stricken world
Leaving behind a trail of unfor-
getable tortures
A scattered nation
A united few
A prayer of faith
By a Wandering Jew
TRIO TO BE SEEN IN
YIDDISH PRODUCTION
Sholem lodge will see its own
trio when the Yiddish Nite cast
trods the boards of the Miami
Beach High school auditorium
Feb. 9 under the direction of Ben
Essen.
Marx Feinberg, Dorothy Kap-
lan and the Rev Maurice Mam-
ches compose the trio.
Tickets for the all-Yiddish
musical comedy are available at
the B'nai B'rith office, 330 Sey-
bold bldg.
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ZIONISTS ANNOUNCE
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Establishment of a Zionist
Youth Institute was announced
this week by S. A. Goodman,
chairman of the Zionist Youth
commission of Greater Miami.
Hour courses in Zionist youth
Hebrew will be taught each Wed-
nesday evening from 7:30 to 10:30
p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Young people 18 years and over
may attend.
Faculty members will be Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer, Mrs. A.
Mamlet, Rabbi David Raab. A. P.
Gennes, director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, is in charge
of the program committee.
BBG Chapters Combine
For Fund Raising
Six local chapters of B'nai
B'rith Girls will combine efforts
to raise funds at a "Hopping
Hearts" dance Saturday evening,
Feb. 15.
Slated for Kaplan hall of Tem-
ple Israel, the affair will benefit
local projects of the girls' groups.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, advisor, has
been named overall chairman for
the affair.
Bauer to Conduct Class
Harold Bauer, renowned pian-
ist, will forsake "retirement" to
conduct his annual master classes
at the University of Miami's
Twenty-Seventh Ave. Center.
Listeners as well as performers
may attend the two-months'
course which will be under the
auspices of the university.
Information regarding the
classes may be obtained from Mrs.
Walter C. Kovner at 5-7500.
"Mixed" Congregation
Honors Rabbi Skop
A Florida congregation to
which orthodox, reform and con-
servative Jewish members be-
long celebrated the 10th anni-
versary of its rabbi's affiliation
last Friday with a special service.
Members of Congregation Ohev
Shalom in Orlando attended to
honor Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Guest speakers were Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan of Miami, president of the
Florida Rabbinical association,
and Dr. Ellwood C. Nance, presi-
dent of Tampa university.
Discussing the unique combin-
ation of ideologies among the
congregation's members, Rabbi
Skop has stated that "there has
been no compromise in the con-
victions of the membership as op-
portunities are made available for
all three types of religious serv-
ices during the High Holy Days
and for the Friday night services."
Rabbi Skop has compiled a
series of Sabbath service booklets
containing the fundamental pray-
ers of the Sabbath with addition-
al modern prayers expressing
Jewish teachings.
An orthodox service is held
each Saturday.
Candidate* for counsellors of
tha Miami Y Horn* camp may ap-
ply to Dan RosenthaL activities
director. Young men and woman
are needed to direct variout age
groups of tha camp, Roeenthal
said.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 17?
AJC SCORES DEWEYS FAILQBE TO
FIGHT SCHOOL DISCRIMINATION
Disappointment of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress in Governor
Thomas E. Dewey's message to
the New York state legislature
was expressed this week by Mrs.
Louis Glasser, president of the
AJC Women's division of Miami
Beach.
"Dewey's failure to seek legis-
lation banning racial discrimina-
tion in professional schools is a
deep disappointment," Mrs. Glas-
ser said.
She stated that Dewey, during
pre-election speeches, had said he
sought "a goal where no young
man or woman shall be denied a
higher education because of his
race, religion or color."
A request that Dewey include
the point in his message to the
state legislature was part of a
resolution recently passed by the
New York city council.
The resolution also recom-
mended:
That a bill embodying the
principles of the Auston-Mahoney
bill be passed by the state legis-
lators to forbid discrimination by
schools and create a commission
which, after hearings on com-
plaints, could issue forcible cease
and desist orders.
That Governor Dewey request
the legislature to pass a law to
create and maintain a state uni-
versity which would include med-
ical and dental schools.
That the New York city board
of estimate be requested as a body
to make provisions for cancella-
tion in future contracts, with
schools using the facilities of city
hospitals for instruction of stu-
dents, upon proof that such insti-
tution is guilty of racial or re-
ligious discrimination in the ac-
ceptance or rejection of students.
That a local (New York) law
be passed providing for the ap-
pointment of a committee to in-
quire into conditions involving
charges of discrimination against
applicants.
A special committee of the
council, headed by Walter R.
Hart of Brooklyn, submitted the
recommendations following a four
month investigation in which it
was aided by the American Jew-
ish Congress. Evidences of dis-
crimination were found at the
College of. Physicians and Surg-
eons of Columbia university,
Cornell university medical school,
Long Island college of medicine
and the New York university
college of medicine, according to
the committee.
Funds raised by the local
American Jewish Congress aid in
the fight against discrimination,
Mrs. ejMer declared.

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Beach Mfn Translates
Book of fewish Essays
A book of essays on Jewish life
translated from the Yiddish and
Hebrew by Abraham Levitan of
Miami Beach has just been pub-
lished by Bloch Publishing com-
pany.
Written by Rabbi Samuel A.
Rubin of New York, the book,
"Path of Life," is a series of
philosophical essays on problems
in the daily life of the Jew.
Rabbi Rubin is director of the
Society of Supporters of the
House of Sages (Agudath Anshe
Maamod) in New York.
Levitan, formerly an attorney
in New Jersey, spent more than
a year pn the translation. He has
made his home at Miami Beach
for almost two years.
Harofe Halrri tho Habraw
Medical Journal which ia dedi-
cated le the continued growth of
Hebrew medical literature, has
concluded its Uth rear of pub-
lication under th editorship of
Dr. Moaes Einhorn of New York.
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JANUARY 11-10
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Mrs. Epstein Return*
From Speaking Tour
Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein.Mi
^Tattorney and president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel _
Federation of Temple Sister
hMra". Epstein accompanied
Rabbi Martin t *"
east regional director for tne
Urnon of Amencan Hebrew Con-
gregations, in addressing Sister
hoods in Sarasota and St. Peters
bUNext month she is expected to
go to Orlando to help organize
a Sisterhood which will join the
national organization.
Temple Beth Sholom
To Open Library
Opening of the Temple Beth
Sholom library will be marked
Sunday morning, according to
Mrs. Alex Straus and Mrs. Mau-
rice Kamm, cochairmen of the
project.
The library will be open on
Sunday mornings for children. An
adult "circulation department is
also being; contemplated.
Most of the funds for the lib-
rary were raised at a luncheon
given by Mrs. Joseph Hart re-
cently. Additional funds were
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Arkin.
Mrs. Howard Fox and Mrs. Irv-
ing Rothmar. assisted the cochair-
men.
Concert Pkmi-t Ready
For Local Performance
William Kapell young concert
pianist who wiU be guest *
with the University of Miami
symphony orchestra Sunday af-
ternoon and Monday evening is
expected here from JacksonviUe
where he gave a concert Thurs-
day night.
Kapell nephew of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson of Miami Beach, will
play Rachmaninoff s Second
Piano Concerto at the two con-
certs in Miami Senior High school.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Kapell will fly in from New
York to attend the concerts and
will remain here for a brief stay.
Mrs. Kapell is Dr. Wolfson's
youngest sister.
Young Kapell recently return-
ed from a concert tour in South
America.
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Between You and Me''\
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1046, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
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CAL TRENDS:
thing points to the fact
British Government is in*
i solve the Palestine prob-
partition But there is
a gap between the partition
1 which Britain has in
and the one which, the
Zionist executive would
. Considerable bargain-
i, therefore, be expected.
Once the principle of partition
accepted by both the British
le Jews, Britain will not
Negotiations The British
ment is no longer afraid
Russia raising the Palestine
Tt the United Nations, since
will be a year before the next
General Assembly of the Unjjed
Nations is convoked Nor is
Britain afraid for the time being
f stronger Zionist pressure "in
America, since the Presidential
rtions in the United- Stages
rly two years off These
give Britain about a year's
thing spell ... As for terror-
Ssn in Palestine, once the British
Government proclaims its willing-
ness to partition the country into
separate Arab and Jewish states,
continued terrorism will work
against the terrorists Parti-
tion will not be opposed by .et
least three Arab states: Trans-
Jordan, Egypt and Iraq But, it
will definitely provoke criticism
in Moscow where the fear exists
that a "Zionist State" will colla-
borate with Britain and will be-
come "sin anti-Soviet base" in
the Near East.. The remarkable
fact is that some British military
and colonial officials object to the
establishment of a Jewish State
in Palestine fearinj- that in a time
of mtSmational crisis, such .a
Stat dominated by Socialist*^-
may'ssm nlHi llunsia rather than
with Britain ... At any rate, it is
gjf in Washington, where the
situation is'being close-
ed, that Soviet Minister
v, in private talks with
of State Byrnes, said
that lffcscow was really interested
in the fate of Palestine in
tact, he stated that the Soviet
Union was concerned in the Med-
tetranean and should be considef-
among the states "directly con-
' in the Palestine issue 7.

mAL ATFAIRS:
90,000 Jews of Detroit cer-
tainly ought to be proud of their
record of giving Each one of
pian, woman and child
averaged about $88 for Jewish
f during the year just con-
. Credit for this record
go to pleasant, tactful and
tic Isidore Sobeloff, one of
It Federation directors in
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raised $2,800,000 ... It raised
another $2,300,000 for a Jewish
hospital ... It had an income of
more than $918,000 from the War
Chest and it also contributed
$90,000 to civic-protective organ-
izations Not a bad example
for other Jewish communities.
. The Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds,
which is the coordinating body of
287 federations, welfare funds and
Jewish community councils in
236 cities, is determined to ex-
pand its activities ... It wants
to see more and more federations
and welfare funds established,
and it is now sending out litera-
ture to Jewish communities offer-
ing them the experience of other
cities on the composition of
boards, membership, committees,
scope of responsibility and vari-
ous activities ... It has copies of
constitutions and by-laws which
have worked well in comparable
communities and is ready to
make them available to Jewish
agencies seeking to centralize
their work ... It has also pre-
pared special campaign aids gear-
ed to the inclusive character of
welfare funds, and adapted to the
special needs of each city .
These should Drove especially
valuable to smaller communities
where more funds will have to
be raised this year in connection
with the $170,000,000 drive pro-
claimed by the United Jewish Ap-
peal Temple Emanu-El in
New York has started the new
year free from debts The
burning of its $1,250,000 mort-
gage certificate marked the cele-
bration of the 101st anniversary
of the congregation .
INNER STRENGTH:
What is the mysterious inner
strength that has enabled Juda-
ism to endure the most terrible
vicissitudes? ... What enabled
Judaism to outlive the empire
to which it so often seemed an
insignificant and irritating fana-
ticism? An effort to answer
these questtions is made in "The
Story of Faith" by William Alva
Gifford, just published by Mac-
millan The author, who ap-
proaches the subject from the
point of view of a Christian the-
ologian believes that nothing con-
tributed more to the enduring
strength of Judaism than the doc-
trine that the Jews are God's
chosen people ... He admits that
beside a religious faith so exalted
+Je*Mncrktian
and so ancient, the Nordic myth
is nothing but a "bastard upstart"
. Nevertheless he thinks that
the Jewish doctrine of a chosen
people is "a social handicap" .
He believes that this doctrine
"tends to a certain arrogance and
aquisitiveness, an insensitiveness
to rights of others, that makes
very many Jewish social misfits."
. Another element of strength
in Judaism, Gifford points out,
is the conviction that the will of
God is wholly moral The
ethical ideals of Juadism provided
the Jews with a discipline ever
since they were dispersed .
The Graeco-Roman world became
aware of the diligence of the Jew,
his personal purity, the dignity
of his domestic life, his sensitive
regard for childhood These
things tended to make the Jew a
stable element in a dissolving
world The author also speaks
of the Law as the regulative in-
stitution of Judaism ... He de-
scribes how the authoritative Law
received an authoritative interp-
retation by scribes, which grew
from generation to generation,
until it covered the smallest detail
of life and duty Taught in
the synagogues, it was discussed
in the street, and at home, and
pondered by devout men "in the
night watches" Thus Juda-
ism, built up during the Exile, be-
came the religion of the Jew
everywhere .
PAGE FIFTEEN
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three aona. Including Arthur Berke of
Miami, and three alitera, Including
Mra. Roae Stferrer and Mra. Ruth
Cioldweber of Miami. Servlcea were
In Oordon Funeral home followed by
burial In Woodlawn park.
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to raise $2,500,000 to build Mt.
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"In planning the new Mt. Sinai
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Russian Film Slated
A Russian film, "The Rainbow",
and Frank Sinatra's "The House
I Live In" will be shown during
a program to be presented by the
Greater Miami Youth lodge of
the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Or-
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Officers of the recently organ-
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be elected at a meeting to be held
at the synagogue, 935 Euclid
ave., Wednesday evening.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky was
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week.
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Every major problem which
the Jewish communities in the
United States and Canada must
face in the year ahead will be a
subject of discussion at the 1947
General Assembly, which will be
attended by more than 600 dele-
gates and observers in Atlantic
City, N. J.. Jan. 31 through Feb. 3.
These sessions will review re-
sults and project plans for Jew-
ish education, community organi-
zation, overseas needs and pro-
grams, fund raising (including
capital fund campaigns) and Jew-
ish community relations. Elec-
tion oi-officers of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
spective communities.
That same day. for the first
time since 1944. this year's as-
sembly will derote a discussion
period to the objectives and func-
tions of Women's divisions. The
session, for which a chairman and
discussion leader are still to be
selected, will deal with experi-
ences on organization and meth-
ods of campaigning, with con-
sideration of year-round programs
and relationships to federations
and welfare funds.
Shertok Remains Head
Funds, the adoption of its budget | Of Zionist Politics
BASLE. (JTA) The newly
elected World Zionist executive
Stanley C. Myers of. Miami, agreed here that Moshe Shertok
council president will be chair- j -f to remain head of ^ pol.t.ca
man and Ralph Samuel of New departments of all branches of
York principal speaker at the ses- the executive. although he will
sion devoted to 'Directions in j be staUoned in V. ash.ngton.
Goldie Meirson was appointed
and dues schedule, and the pre-
sentation of publicity awards also
will take place.
to "Directions in
American Jewish Community Or-
ganizations" Saturdav evening.! director of the political depart-
Feb. 1. It will deal with under- ment of the executive in Jeru-
lying factors molding the struc-
ture and directions" of .-Jewish
federations, welfare funds and
community councils, analyze the
salem with Dr. Moshe Sneh as a
member of the department. The
political section of the executive
will be composed of a "bloc"
Ritualarium Opening
changing role and scope of Jew-, headed by Shertok in which Mrs.
ish communitv responsibilities, I Meirson, Dr. Sneh, Prof. Sehg
the relationship of the central or- Brodetsky. Berl Locker and Dr.
ganization to the diverse Jewish Nahum Goldmann will be in-
groups and to the general com- eluded. The activities of the
munity, types of agencies being Washington office will be divided
evolved through reorganization among the American members of
and mergers, and examine causes the executive, with Shertok di-1
for current changes. recting the office.
Myers will also preside at the
annual council business luncheon
which will be held on Sunday.:
Feb. 2. a session on "The Role j Delayed Several Weeks
of Communities in National and I
Overseas Capital Fund Cam-! Illness of Joseph Schechter, I
paigns" on Mondav. Feb. 3. will president of the Daughters of;
examine with the national and Israel, will delay formal opening 1
overseas agencies, which have of Greater Miami's first ritual-
launched capital fund drives for, ariu'm at South Miami Beach, ac- I
more than S30.000.000 for expand- j cording to Abraham Levitan, act-
ing existing health and educa- in6 president.
tional institutions, the process i Schechter, who was expected,
leading to these expansion pro- here 'this week from rlew York,
jects and the role of welfare. was injured in an automobile ac-
funds with regard to these re- cident and is now in a New York
quests and campaigns in their re- ; hospital.
Attendance Records
Broken At Flagler
Crowds attending the grey-
hound races at West Flagler Ken-
nel club this season are largei
than last season's record-breaK
ng campaign, it was revealed
I Saturday when official figures
'were released.
For the first eight days of the
'present meeting, the attendance
'was eight per cent higher than
Ithe first eight days of the 194o-
46 campaign.
This season. 51,608 fans jammed
through the turnstiles in eight
nights of racing, while for the
same period last year. 47,849 fans
witnessed dog racing at West
Flagler. .
Mutuel play at the track is un-
der last season's play by 12 per
cent, it was announced. The
first eight days of the 1947 sea-
son, fans wagered $1,305,746,
while the first eight days of the
1945-46 meeting, $1,485,994 was
bet.
Form players have been having
their innings at West Flagler for
an all-time high. In eight nights
of racing, 46 per cent of the fa-
vorites have come galloping across
the finishing line victorious.
INSURANCE DEADLINE
Time limit for reinstatement of
permanent plans of national serv-
ice life insurance policies which
are lapsed over three months has
been extended to Feb. 1 by the
Veterans Administration, accord-
ing to Stanley H. Wasser, insur-
ance officer on the Miami VA
region.
No physical examination will
be required provided the veter-
an is in as good health as on the
date of lapse, he said.
OES Group Plans Events
The Welfare committee of the
grand chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, will sponsor a chop
suey luncheon on Friday, Jan. 24,
at the home of Mrs. Florence
Martin, 801 Palm ave., Hialeah.
On Saturday afternoon, Jan. 25.
Mrs. Nancye Rickard, past grand
matron, will sponsor a dessert-
bridge. Due to limited space, all
reservations have been closed.
Broward Notes
Installation ceremonies of the
newly formed chapter of B nai
B'nth in Hollywood will be held
Saturday at the Hollywood Com-
munity Center. The Fort Lauder-
dale chapter, sponsor of the
Hollvwood chapter, will be host
for th.- occasion Following the
program the women's chapter of
the Lauderdale lodge will assist
in serving a buffet supper to the
guests.
living Hoffman will be installed
as president, and among the
honor guests will be. I. E. Kauf-
man. Hollywood, and Jack Kap-
ner of West Palm Beach, who is
state president of B'nai B'nth
lodges.

Wedding plans have been com-
pleted by Miss Anita Katz and
Robert J. Jacobson. of Dayton,
Ohio, whose engagement was an-
nounced recently. The marriage
will take place Feb. 1 at the
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi David
Raab officiating. Miss Katz is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Katz.
Among the recent guests to Ft.
Lauderdale arc Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Irving of Indiana Har-
bor, Ind., who arrived by plane
with their ten-months-old daugh-
ter. Merle, to be guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Tarler, brother and
sister-in-law of Mrs. Irving, and
Mr. and Mrs. P. Lepensky.

Mrs. Ida Kalish and daughter,
Brucine. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
M. Sterling in Fort Lauderdale.
Mrs. P. Teper of this city is also
Mrs. Kalish's daughter.

Tentative plans are announced
for a card party social to be
given Thursday by B'nai B'rith
Women at their clubrooms, ac-
cording to Mrs. A. E. Kaufman,
president.

Mrs. Rosa Epstein has as a guest
Miss Edyth Wolfe of New York
city. Mrs. Epstein was recently
honored on her birthday by a
bouquet of flowers presented to
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 194,
Temple Emanu-El by her so
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At the last meeting of the Si^_ j
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Anne Barthold was elected treas
urer, to succeed Mrs. Morris Se
gal who moved to Miami.

Mrs. Dan Pintow, Ft. Lauder
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.. PAGE SK *Jeistncridte£_ B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN TO SEE MELODRAMA "Adrift In New York." a comic melodrama of the Gay Nineties, will be attended by members and friends of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge rr at the Hollyw o o d Playhouse. 100 W. Flagler st.. 9:00 p.m. Wednesday. Proceeds from the theatre party will be devoted to community service projects which Mrs. Sdverman the organization will sponsor in 1947. Dancing and refreshments will follow the performance. Mrs. Jean Silverman is chairman of the affair. Tickets maybe obtained from her committee members, the Mesdames Sam Silver. Laura Sachs. William Danziger. Harry Gordon. Esther Bergman and Milton A. Friedman. Center Devotes Month To Fund Raising A month-long drive to raise .$250,000 to erect a new building for the Miami Beach Jewish Center was launched yesterday, aci cording to Nat Hankoff. general building fund chairman. A similar amount was raised in 1945-46, but a total of $500,000 is required to construct the edifice at its new site, 17th st. and Washington ave., Hankoff said Seventy-five workers have been enrolled in solicitation teams with Jack Burris and Ira Walsey as cochairmen of the general solicitation. Weekly rallies and reports will be held each Thursday evening at the Center for the balance of the drive. First workers' rally i was held at the Center last night. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was principal speaker. According t o architectural plans, the new structure, when completed will constitute the largest Jewish house of worship in the south. SEEK AID FOB VETERANS' HOUSING To Review Best-Seller Frst on Miami's list of bestselling fiction. "Pavilion of Women" by Pearl S. Buck will be reviewed for the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress Friday afternoon, Jan. 24. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will be the reviewer. The event will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 1:30 p.m. Beach Women Slate Valentine Luncheon Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Wom' en are busy with plans for their | annual fashion show and luncheon which this year will again take place at the Beachcomber on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14. This is the organization's onlyfund raising project for the year and funds will be used solely for philanthropic purposes, according to Mrs. Harry Kaufman, chairman of ways and means, who is in charge of the luncheon committee. Margaret Newman will present the fashion show. A souvenir birthday calendar will be distributed to guests. Mrs. Julie Rosenberg, Hotel James, is ticket chairman. Parties of from four to 16 people may be arranged. A vigorous protest against refusal oi the City oi Miami Beach to finance the Miami Veterans' Housing committee with a S3.000 grant was made at a recent executive meeting ol tne Robert Richter post. AMVETS. Officers for 1947 shown at the meeting are (left to right) William Baer, provost marshall; Alvin Richter, brother of the late Robert Richter for whom the post is named, finance officer; Saul Radler, senior vice commander; Nat Pollack, commander; Holger Johansen, junior vice commander; PhU Bari, adjutant. Not pictured are Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chaplain, and Leo Levin, historian. Florell photo FRIDAY. JANUARY 17, 1947 in 1111 -urnin1,1 1 a Beth Sholom Women To Attend Barbecue -Jin out-door barbecue will be tendered for the Temple B*th Sholom Sisterhood by Mrs Alt x ander Kogan, president, from i a.m. till midnight Wednesday her home, *7S Royal Palm av t Members Who have solicits ads for the annual luncheon jour nal will attend. Tickets for the luncheon to be held at the Copa Cabana Feb. 19 were distributed at a recent board meeting by Mrs. Dt V u Phillips and Mrs. Louis Kreruky cochairmen. Mrs. Dorothy Harris is fc charge of tickets for the luntheon. Reservations may be miru with Miss M. Amdur at the Tanpie or with Mrs. Abe Blatt and Mrs. Murray Maurer. 200 Attend JWV Event Over 200 people attended the ceremonies which marked the dedication of the Norman Bruce Brown post of the Jewish War Veterans Monday night at Beth David. Nat Brown, father of the Navy hero for whom the post was named, was installed as commander and received a posthumous award for his son from the Navy. T\JGUST BROS ftvr is the at si HAVANA ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT 4750 57 50 plu Tax For Immediate Reservation! Wylly's Tour — Phone — 514 Collins Art.. Miami Bwdi 58-2176 5-7865 OPEN EVENINGS Greyhound Races a noa LVJUtlBl at Beauuiul HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of Gulfbtream Pork ond One Mile South of Hollywood Je Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races utmtt 01 He Minors" 25c TRANSPORTATION — t-c-n Mlo-n; — tiprOM Service by •tc Adorns l.np from 2U T-3 A-C frsrr 6 30 ft. louder. '; .•- 4i2 E los Olos llvd ecerr .Mervois. 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^^7^. T H E JEWISH UNITY cum THE IF WISH WEEKLY )LUME 20—NUMBER 3 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS PSION DELAY 1P0BTE0 DUE TO PALESTINE TRUCE ONDON (JTA)—The British inet which met this week to sider the Palestine question is rted to have taken no deon on the immediate as well the long-range problems, but ^Snted wider powers to Sir Alan ningham, Palestine High comioner, to deal with violence. !t is believed that postponement the expected government deons on Palestine was due tly to the temporary truce rented to have been reached with Jewish extremists. The delay ^^y also be due to the desire of e members of the cabinet not prejudice the outcome of the erence on Palestine which is be resumed here on Jan. 21. LRTIAL LAW OUT vernment spokesmen indiid that the cabinet is no longer Jlpplincd to order martial law imMped in Palestine. They emphastsed that most of the cabinet members believe now that such measures will not be necessary, flpey made it clear that Foreign Jjcretary Ernest Bevin and Coial Minister Arthur Creeches consider partition the best tion of the Palestine problem, spokesman for the Colonial ice indicated that a possibility sts that the government may Hppose its own partition plan %  jhich, however, will not be the Hne as the one offered by the Hecutive of the Jewish agency. ^Should the Jewish agency defily refuse to participate in the don conference and should government decide to pro its own partition scheme, tn it would be fair to assume Hat the agency will be invited to icuss the new proposal, the ofial said. %  SENCY MAY ACCEPT The statement from the Colon0 office spokesman came in coment on the assertion made here Moshe Shertok, chief of the ilitical department of the World onist executive, that the Jewish Jency would be willing to accept British invitation for separate %  Iks on the future of Palestine, t a press conference, Shertok BO pointed out that the abanI mment by the British governent of its "federalization plan" r Palestine, followed by an incation of its preparedness" to insider constructive alternative •oposals looking toward Jewish itehood might be considered a ange in the political situation arranting Jewish attendance at e London parley. SES QUICK DECISION [Shertok said that the government's failure to react positively the partition plan hammered jt by the Jewish agency execute in Paris last summer had ^rced the agency to revert to the 11 Zionist program of a Jewish jte in Palestine. He insisted bat it was now up to the government to put forward proposals for agency's consideration,; arid idert that while the agency does m feel itself bound by the opendate of the London conferee, set by the British for Jan. I, it could arrive at a decision Ithin 10 days or two weeks. Rabbis May Enter U. S. NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbis now classified as displaced persons in Europe, who because of the war were prevented from the pursuit of their ministry, will be considered for non-quota immigration to the United States, it was disclosed in a State Department ruling received by Abraham Herman, president of HIAS. ON AID TO DPS WASHINGTON (JTA)—President Truman's recommendations for liberalization of the immigration laws to provide for admission of more displaced persons and war refugees, as proposed in his message to Congress, has roused little or no enthusiasm in congressional circles. During the president's reading of his proposals, the members of Congress in joint session sat in silence. The majority of senators and representatives polled on the recommendations expressed themselves as sharply opposed. Senator Eastland of Mississippi, a member of the judiciary committee, which under the congressional organization plan includes the work of the former immigration committee, said that he opposed any immigration whatever for five years. Senator Kilgore, Democrat, of West Virginia, a member of the judiciary committee, and Senator Pepper, Democrat, of Florida, support the president's immigration proposals, as does Rep. Sol Bloom of N. Y., former chairman of the foreign affairs committee. Rep. Emanuel Celler, Democrat, of New York has introduced four bills to facilitate admission of displaced persons and war refugees. Rep. Adolph Sabath of Illinois introduced a bill which would permit the entry of a number of displaced persons equal to the total unused immigration quotas for all nationalities during the fiscal years ending June, 1947, and June, 1948. Rep. Arthur G. Klein is working on two bills to be submitted to the house in the near future. 500 Refugees Emigrate NEW YORK, (JTA)—Over 500 Jewish refugees from Shanghai are en route to new homes in Canada, Latin America and the United States, according to word received at the off ices of the JDC, which aided them to emigrate. Charles Jordan of New York, director of J.D.C. relief, reconstruction and emigration activities in Shanghai, cabled that the number of Jewish men, women and children who left for new havens is the largest ever to leave at one time. Italy Mum on Request WASHINGTON (JTA)—Italian Premier Aleide de Gasperi told the Jewish Telegraphic agency that the Italian government has not yet replied to the United States request that Italy give temporary shelter to some 25,000 Jewish refugees from the American zone of Austria. He added that it was not the Americans or the Italians who are interposing obstacles. MYERS NAMES DRIVE LEADERS Initial appointments of leaders in the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal for $1,309,741 were announced this week by Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the community campaign. Other appointments will be announced before the drive which will extend from March 2 through March 12. Top leadership will include Monte Selig, treasurer; Abraham Goodman, chairman of initial gifts; Irving Frankel and Sam Lachman, cochairman of the hotel division; David Phillips, winter residents division. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be chairman of the women's gift division and Mrs. Monte Selig will head the women's special gifts division. General solicitation, to be known as the metropolitan unit, will be led by Jack A. Abbott in Miami Beach. Jerome Weinkle will be in charge of youth solicitation; Harry Cornblum, Beach special assignments; Max Orovitz, town special assignments; Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, volunteers division. Ned Sail and Herbert Scher, cochairmen of the trades division, have called a meeting for Monday evening at the Federation office. Appointments which have been made by them so far in the various businesses and professions include: Maurice Furman. chairman of accountants division; Jack Burrls, apartment houses: Sam Luby, automotive; Dave Illank and Joe Davis, beverages: Joe Ai-kln. building trades; I.ouls Wolfe, children's and Infants' wear. Dr. Prank Coret and Dr. Irving Gordon, dentists; Dr. Morris Goodman, department stores; Samuel Goldman, drugs; Maurice Cromer, dry goods and notions; J. Gerald Lewis, finance: Jack Miller and Harry Synes, food; Archie Brick, fruit shippers; Harry Gordon, funeral parlors. George Wolpert, furniture; Max Meisel, electrical goods and appliances: Irving Frankel and Sam Lachman. hotels: Dr. Bernard Sadowskv, health services; Louis Snetman, laundries; Arthur Friedman and B. Max Goldstein, lawyers: Alan Leban and btuart Gordon, liquor. George Adler and J. Harry Day, men's wear shops; Meyer Schwartz metal and waste Industries; Robert Levin, paints and chemicals; Taul Barnctt printing and stationery; Dr. Alexander Kushner and Dr. Max t.ratz. physicians; I. S. Shnpoff, real estate: Jack Miller and Harrv Synes, restaurants; Norman Hothschlid, vending machines. Army to Investigate DP Camp Beatings FRANKFURT, (JTA)—At the request of Rabbi Philip Bernstein, adviser on Jewish affairs to U.S. forces in Europe, Army headquarters here ordered a special investigation of the incident at the Landsberg DP camp during which eight displaced Jews charge they were beaten by constabulary troops. Southern Democrats Oppose FEPC Again WASHINGTON, (JTA)—President Truman's recommendation in his economic report to Congress, on permanent federal legislation to prevent racial and religious discrimination in employment or wages was hostilely greeted by Southern Democratic Congressmen. An informal poll of Southern Democrats in the House indicated that the one hundred Congressman from southern states would vote solidly against an FEPC bill. One Congressman asserted that only twenty-five votes could be mustered in the House in support of such a bill. A bill "to prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin, or ancestry," was introduced in the House by Rep. William L. Dawson, Democrat, of Illinois. The bill is the same one introduced by Dawson during the 79th Congress. It has been referred to the House Committee on Education and Labor. JERUSALEM (JTA)—The curfew which was clamped down on Haifa Sunday night following the blasting of police headquarters there was lifted the following morning after police and troops had combed the city for the men who drove the explosive-laden truck into the police security compound. The casualty report discloses that the explosion killed four policemen—two Arabs and two Britons—seriously wounded seven persons and caused slight injury to more than 50. Most of the latter are suffering from shock. In a statement to the press, the Stern group assumed responsibility for the blast. Their announcement coincided with a broadcast by the Irgun ridiculing reports that it had agreed to a truce. "Our war against the enemy is permanent and without interruption until our aim is achieved—liberation ofTne fatherland," the Irgun said. Pointing out that its activities are guided by political and military requirements, the Irgun added that "we are not resting even if sometimes we are not shooting." It predicted that the period of sporadic violence will end "when we enter into open battle. We believe this day will come, but we are unable to say when," the broadcast continued. "The reports of a truce contain the same amount of truth as the police and government communiques." The small truck which was converted into a huge time bomb by the extremists was stolen in Tel Aviv on Saturday. The driver was held prisoner until after the blast when he was released unharmed. FASCISTS WARN JEWS LONDON, (JTA)—British fascists, engaged in a systematic war of nerves against the Jewish population, have threatened to attack more synagogues in London, it was learned this week. The Hampstead, Edgeware, Catford and New West End Synagogues received telephonic threats warning that the structures would be either blown up or burnt down. At the same time, Jews in the Manchester area received threats from anonymous callers, who identified themselves as members of the fascist National Guard. Ban Anti-Jewish Picture WARSAW, (JTA)—The Polish Government has ordered the removal from the Catholic church in Leczyca, near Lodz, of a ritual murder painting which has been displayed there for many years, serving as a stimulus for antiJewish propaganda; it was revealed at a press conference in the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The picture which shows Jews murdering a child for ritual purposes, was shown to the correspondents present at the conference. TO COLONIAL HEAD TEL AVIV (JTA)—David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, is returning to London to resume discussions with British Colonial Minister Arthur Creech Jones, it was learned this week. Ben Gurion returned to Palestine from Britain last week to consult with Jewish leaders here. In a statement to the Palestine Broadcasting System, the Agency chairman said thai there was only a very slight chance thai the Zionists would participate in the London conference, which is due to resume next week, but if they did. Dr. Chaim Weizmann would be included in the Jewish delegation, although he is no longer a member of the Zionist executive. The Palestine government announced officially that the Palestine Arab Higher committee has been invited to send a delegation to the London conference. Immediately after the announcement, the committee held a meeting in Jerusalem at which it was virtually decided to accept the bid. Jamal Husseini, acting chairman of the committee, declared that since the committee as a whole had been invited, he sees no further obstacle to participation. The Palestine representatives are expected to come to the meeting with demands which go even farther than those outlined at the first session of the conference by the Arab League states. The Palestine Arabs object to the league's suggestion that the high commissioner have the right to name the provisional government which would precede an independent Arab state and also oppose proportional representation in the provisional government on the basis of two Arabs to one Jew, as suggested in the league's plan. Dr. Hy man Marks End Of 25 Years With JDC NEW YORK (JTA)—The retirement of Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice chairman of the joint Distribution committee, was announced here at a testimonial dinner to mark his completion of 25 years of active service with the J.D.C. Praising Dr. Hyman for his "distinguished" service with the J.D.C, former Governor Lehman recalled that he had named Dr. Hyman to his first J.D.C. post early in 1922. Dr. Hyman's work when he came to the J.D.C. as assistant to Mr. Lehman dealt with the establishment of large-scale reconstruction projects for destitute Jewish populations in the wardevastated areas of Europe. Two years later he was elevated to the post of acting secretary of the J.D.C. and a year later he became secretary. He was also an active adviser to the League of Nations Higher Commissioner on Refugees, James G. McDonald, and was assistant to the late Felix M. Warburg as chairman of the administrative committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. In 1937 Dr. Hyman was made executive director of the J.D.C, and, in 1939, was elected executive vice chairman. He is also vice president of the American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, Inc.



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r. JANUARY 17. 1947 +Jewlsti fkrklfom PAGE ELEVEN Handed, o$ lUaufdfi are.. ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Muni B.ach. Rabbi MOM, Mescheloff. Cantor Louii D. Fadar. &f ££*%£&*&, tSSSB a t -?,' M pm u ft Frida y ni ht forum at 8.30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on 'The Name of God" Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak [ on Hardened Hearts. Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision of the board of education. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. under the supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty Kiddish served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner and a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S J Freedman to charge. Mincha at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week Maanv at 5 p.m. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid iTt„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hackovsky. 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 RabDl will discuss the portion of the week and conduct Shalos Kudos smging. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m. followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 8. W. 17ih *T.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauar. L £ a i? alos Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "What Is A Meshumed?" Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The Four Dimensions of Destiny." Junior services, 9:30 a.m., conducted by Abraham Gross and Fred Ochs at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Emanuel Karger and Mrs. Ochs as hostesses. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 r a.m. Sunday, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear. Mrs. Ochs i and Mrs. Leo Rotenperg will be hostesses. Miami. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third eve* | Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rav. Maurice Mamcha*. l~ Late Friday evening services, 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of Louis Powesky. Rabbi Shapiro's topic for discussion Will be Religious Snobbery." Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Langner will be hosts at a reception in the auditorium immediately after the Services in honor of the birth of their grand-daughter. During the Services Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Robert (Bobby) Shevin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shevin, will become Bar Mitzva. Students' services, 10:30 a.m. F. E. Stern will be host at the Sunday morning Bar Mitzva Breakfast club at 8:45 a.m. in memory of his late wife MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ava.. Miami %  aach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, axacutiva director. Late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will each on "Give Us Your Hearts." The cantor will chant the sergV ass,sted ^ b y tn Center choir. Sabbath services, 8:45 a.m Sturday. The rabbi will preach on the weekly portion of the 1W. The Bar Mitzvas of Alan Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs Jobert Greenberg, and Donald Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Pohen, will be observed. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m Sunday. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ava.. Miami Beach. -~. Fr da y. evening service, 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on £The Politicians." This will be the first in a series of six sernons on the contribution which Judaism and democracy as philosophies can make in the building of a free world in fact and spirit. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Joel Steinberg, son of Mr and Mrs. Le G Steinberg, will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Cantor Jteiemer will render the musical portions at all services. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th at. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. A P 1* 1 "*? 6 to Faith" is the sermon topic Rabbi Zwitman will preach on during Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. A Sisterhood reception will follow the services with Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter chairman of January hospitality, and Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Leo Boch. Mrs. William Stone, Mrs. F. C. Pohl and Mrs. Adolph a wertncimer, ^hairman of house and refreshments, serving as host%  Hses. Mrs. S. E. Cohen, sponsor of the reception, will light the eaobatn candles. Sabbath morning services, 11 a.m. Saturday. • JS^fbE EMANU-EL. 1901 S. Andrew. Av... Ft. Laudardale. %  Ufiol David naab. LFrid av evening services, 8 p.m. Sermon subject: "What Good Is •Prayer? The public is invited to attend. Religious school and ..Hebrew classes Sunday at 10 a.m. A POEM The following poem was written by Irving Rohinsky, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky, 1903 N. W. First ter. BALLAD Or THE WANDERING JEW My home was my own; my feeling secure My garden was green; my honor pure Contempt Hatred Condemned I found myself battling to keep awake I felt myself enveloped in the chasm of a quake The mad beat of a hundred million hearts Driven Persecuted Homeless .. I could hear them come From a thousand different directions In groups and in sections Over mountains and valleys In a steady stream they march; they come. I can see them now Like one big cloud, growing, as it rolls nearer and nearer Stigmatizing the holy waters on a stricken world Leaving behind a trail of unforgetable tortures A scattered nation A united few A prayer of faith By a Wandering Jew TRIO TO BE SEEN IN YIDDISH PRODUCTION Sholem lodge will see its own trio when the Yiddish Nite cast trods the boards of the Miami Beach High school auditorium Feb. 9 under the direction of Ben Essen. Marx Feinberg, Dorothy Kaplan and the Rev Maurice Mamches compose the trio. 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One of the OLDEST end LARGEST Insurance CompenlM is the United State* 'I I ZIONISTS ANNOUNCE YOUTH INSTITUTE Establishment of a Zionist Youth Institute was announced this week by S. A. Goodman, chairman of the Zionist Youth commission of Greater Miami. Hour courses in Zionist youth Hebrew will be taught each Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Young people 18 years and over may attend. Faculty members will be Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Mrs. A. Mamlet, Rabbi David Raab. A. P. Gennes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is in charge of the program committee. BBG Chapters Combine For Fund Raising Six local chapters of B'nai B'rith Girls will combine efforts to raise funds at a "Hopping Hearts" dance Saturday evening, Feb. 15. Slated for Kaplan hall of Temple Israel, the affair will benefit local projects of the girls' groups. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, advisor, has been named overall chairman for the affair. Bauer to Conduct Class Harold Bauer, renowned pianist, will forsake "retirement" to conduct his annual master classes at the University of Miami's Twenty-Seventh Ave. Center. Listeners as well as performers may attend the two-months' course which will be under the auspices of the university. Information regarding the classes may be obtained from Mrs. Walter C. Kovner at 5-7500. "Mixed" Congregation Honors Rabbi Skop A Florida congregation to which orthodox, reform and conservative Jewish members belong celebrated the 10th anniversary of its rabbi's affiliation last Friday with a special service. Members of Congregation Ohev Shalom in Orlando attended to honor Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Guest speakers were Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Miami, president of the Florida Rabbinical association, and Dr. Ellwood C. Nance, president of Tampa university. Discussing the unique combination of ideologies among the congregation's members, Rabbi Skop has stated that "there has been no compromise in the convictions of the membership as opportunities are made available for all three types of religious services during the High Holy Days and for the Friday night services." Rabbi Skop has compiled a series of Sabbath service booklets containing the fundamental prayers of the Sabbath with additional modern prayers expressing Jewish teachings. An orthodox service is held each Saturday. Candidate* for counsellors of tha Miami Y Horn* camp may apply to Dan RosenthaL activities director. Young men and woman are needed to direct variout age groups of tha camp, Roeenthal said. GIVE TO THE MARCH OF DIMES! FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by tha FLORIDA PROVISION CO, lit Phone 2-6141 1718 N. W. 7lh Avenue BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. SzM N. W. 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LY. JANUARY 17. 1947 €< Between You and Me''\ By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1046, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. I Asnertc / Moo CAL TRENDS: thing points to the fact British Government is in* i solve the Palestine probpartition But there is a gap between the partition 1 which Britain has in and the one which, the Zionist executive would Considerable bargaini, therefore, be expected. Once the principle of partition accepted by both the British %  le Jews, Britain will not Negotiations The British ment is no longer afraid Russia raising the Palestine Tt the United Nations, since will be a year before the next General Assembly of the Unjjed Nations is convoked Nor is Britain afraid for the time being •f stronger Zionist pressure "in America, since the Presidential rtions in the UnitedStages rly two years off These give Britain about a year's •thing spell ... As for terrorSsn in Palestine, once the British Government proclaims its willingness to partition the country into separate Arab and Jewish states, continued terrorism will work against the terrorists Partition will not be opposed by .et least three Arab states: TransJordan, Egypt and Iraq But, it will definitely provoke criticism in Moscow where the fear exists that a "Zionist State" will collaborate with Britain and will become "sin anti-Soviet base" in the Near East.. The remarkable fact is that some British military and colonial officials object to the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine fearinjthat in a time of mtSmational crisis, such .a Sta t dominated by Socialist*^may'ssm nlHi llunsia rather than with Britain ... At any rate, it is gjf in Washington, where the situation is'being closeed, that Soviet Minister v, in private talks with of State Byrnes, said that lffcscow was really interested in the fate of Palestine in tact, he stated that the Soviet Union was concerned in the Medtetranean and should be considefamong the states "directly con'— %  in the Palestine issue 7. mAL ATFAIRS: • 90,000 Jews of Detroit certainly ought to be proud of their record of giving Each one of %  pian, woman and child— averaged about $88 for Jewish f during the year just con. Credit for this record go to pleasant, tactful and tic Isidore Sobeloff, one of It Federation directors in S. J. FREEDMAN BOOK STORE St. Miami Beach Celline A Wash. Avt.. Religious Supplies for uad Private Use. for Hebrew Schools. DnSD 13 I Telephone 5-1017 &f *?. fie*** ovs lA MRINK PLENTY Cr fc ,'ipurc W WciU'i I I H.NI or six BOTTLES >*t BOTTLE •Sc Tic the country ... In the emergency Allied Jewish Campaign, Detroit raised $2,800,000 ... It raised another $2,300,000 for a Jewish hospital ... It had an income of more than $918,000 from th e War Chest and it also contributed $90,000 to civic-protective organizations Not a bad example for other Jewish communities. The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which is the coordinating body of 287 federations, welfare funds and Jewish community councils in 236 cities, is determined to expand its activities ... It wants to see more and more federations and welfare funds established, and it is now sending out literature to Jewish communities offering them the experience of other cities on the composition of boards, membership, committees, scope of responsibility and various activities ... It has copies of constitutions and by-laws which have worked well in comparable communities and is ready to make them available to Jewish agencies seeking to centralize their work ... It has also prepared special campaign aids geared to the inclusive character of welfare funds, and adapted to the special needs of each city These should Drove especially valuable to smaller communities where more funds will have to be raised this year in connection with the $170,000,000 drive proclaimed by the United Jewish Appeal Temple Emanu-El in New York has started the new year free from debts The burning of its $1,250,000 mortgage certificate marked the celebration of the 101st anniversary of the congregation INNER STRENGTH: What is the mysterious inner strength that has enabled Judaism to endure the most terrible vicissitudes? ... What enabled Judaism to outlive the empire to which it so often seemed an insignificant and irritating fanaticism? An effort to answer these questtions is made in "The Story of Faith" by William Alva Gifford, just published by Macmillan The author, who approaches the subject from the point of view of a Christian theologian believes that nothing contributed more to the enduring strength of Judaism than the doctrine that the Jews are God's chosen people ... He admits that beside a religious faith so exalted +Je*Mncrktian and so ancient, the Nordic myth is nothing but a "bastard upstart" Nevertheless he thinks that the Jewish doctrine of a chosen people is "a social handicap" He believes that this doctrine "tends to a certain arrogance and aquisitiveness, an insensitiveness to rights of others, that makes very many Jewish social misfits." Another element of strength in Judaism, Gifford points out, is the conviction that the will of God is wholly moral The ethical ideals of Juadism provided the Jews with a discipline ever since they were dispersed The Graeco-Roman world became aware of the diligence of the Jew, his personal purity, the dignity of his domestic life, his sensitive regard for childhood These things tended to make the Jew a stable element in a dissolving world The author also speaks of the Law as the regulative institution of Judaism ... He describes how the authoritative Law received an authoritative interpretation by scribes, which grew from generation to generation, until it covered the smallest detail of life and duty Taught in the synagogues, it was discussed in the street, and at home, and pondered by devout men "in the night watches" Thus Judaism, built up during the Exile, became the religion of the Jew everywhere PAGE FIFTEEN Obituaries BERKE Mm. Sari In Berke, (. of 429 8. W. Mrd rd., died lam week In a nominal. She came here 2Z year* a*o from Bayonna, N. J. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Davla of Miami; three aona. Including Arthur Berke of Miami, and three alitera, Including Mra. Roae Stferrer and Mra. Ruth Cioldweber of Miami. Servlcea were In Oordon Funeral home followed by burial In Woodlawn park. TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and till of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. ins s. w. TUTT. ASK FOR PETER DOELGER LAMBIC (Premium) BEER LAMBIC (Scotch) ALE IT'S THE BEST DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT METAL FILE CABINETS CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT New Walnut Straight and Ann Chairs .AVERY OFFICE SUPPLIES, Inc. OFFICE-as N. K. TTM BT OFa^auNDAv N "• "*" ,T PHONE 9-9925 OPENING DECEMBER at M14 PONCE OK LEON BLVD.. C'L GABLES WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. 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Russian Film Slated A Russian film, "The Rainbow", and Frank Sinatra's "The House I Live In" will be shown during a program to be presented by the Greater Miami Youth lodge of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, according to Bob Lynn president. The event is scheduled for Saturday evening, Jan. 25, at the Miami Beach Elementary school. CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of the Skv" HEMDRRSOMVILLE. K. C. • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recreation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER, Director •50 Jefferson Ave M Miami B'eh PHOME 5-5175 RECIPE CHOCOLATE SOVFFLE 1 tbsp. flour 1 tbsp. butter % cup milk lMi oz. unsweetened chocolate V* tap. salt Vi cup Manischewitz'a M a t Z o Meal Mi cup sugar 4 eggs Mi tap. vanilla Mix flour and butter, add milk, and cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from fire, add melted chocolate, salt, meal, sugar, well-beaten egg yolks and vanilla. Beat well, then fold in stiffly-beaten egg whites, and pour into a greased pudding dish. Bake in a moderate oven about one hour and serve hot with hard sauce. Both Tfiloh Sisterhood To Elect Officers Officers of the recently organized Beth Tfilah Sisterhood will be elected at a meeting to be held at the synagogue, 935 Euclid ave., Wednesday evening. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky was guest speaker at the meeting last week. FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS PSYCHIC MEDIUM wil1 flive you lucky days and number* Guaranteed Life Readlnga Daily Take Bus to Door S01 N. 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)AY. JANUARY 17, 1947 +Jewish fhoridiiari PAGE FIVE CONCERT PIANIST FETED Leon Ell (left), chairman ol the Temple Beth Sholom leligious school, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Sisterhood, chat with Alec Templeton, blind pianist and comJ^poser, at the Hall of Art during the reception tendered for Mr. pond MTB. Templeton last week. Templeton was guest artist fc.at the concert sponsored by the Beth Sholom P.T.A. for the benefit of the Temple's nursery school.Wpel&man) -(photo by Philip A. Miami Y to Resume All-Star Show in March j Cornerstone laying ceremonies d a night of stars were planned the Miami Y board of directors lesday night at the first meetfollowing annual elections. (Leon Kaplan, president, anBunccd that the cornerstone laywill be observed Sunday afloon, Feb. 16. Foundation of Y's new building was comBted this week and construction the walls was begun. pDate for the night of stars, a e-war annual Y event, was set the first Sunday in March. Committees are to be appointed for both affairs this week. The board also initiated a selfatudy of the Y's program for adults at the meeting. M. J. Kopelowit-. heads the committee which will evaluate existing adult •etivities and study in particular %  eed for recreation for old people E. Albert Pallot was named iiraxan of a constitutional relion committee. These two comJtees were established on reclendation of Maurice Grossin his annual executive diKor's report. QDther committee chairmen named by Kaplan are Paul Sobcl, house committee; Henry Jacobson, membership committee" Theodore Sakowitz, publicity: Ben Essen and George Chcrtkof. adult activities; Al Berkowitz. athletics; M. J. Kepelowitz, finance; Mrs. Leon Kaplan, youth activities. Sam Seitlin. building; Mrs. Ben Essen, home camp; Wm. D. Singer, personnel; Leonard Jacobus, ways and means; Seymour Simon, social. Denver Home Luncheon Slated for Tuesday Baroque room of the Albion hotel will be the scene of the annual victory luncheon the Greater Miami chapter. National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, Tuesday afternoon. Proceeds from the affair will aid in the purchase of a carryall station wagon for the Home, according to Mrs. Irving Miller, local president. A souvenir journal is being published in connection with the luncheon. Following the luncheon Evelyn Goldstein, a member of the chapter, and Pearl Williams, will present a musical program. Skit on Youth Aliyah To Highlight Meeting A skit on Youth Aliyah will highlight the meeting of the Miami group of Hadassah 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Beth David auditorium. Entitled "None Shall Be Lost," i he skit will be enacted by Mrs. Moe Fcingold, Youth Aliyah chairman, and her committee. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president of the Miami Beach group, will give a report of her experiences at the World Zionist Congress in Switzerland. A musical number will complete the program. An audience of more than 40 women attended the first of a series of educational programs last Thursday. The series is under the direction of Mrs. Joel Belov. projects chairman; Mrs. Feingold, Youth Aliyah chairman, and Mrs. Benjamin Levitin, education chairman. Hadassah is enlarging the scope of its activities for the upbuilding of Palestine and the transporting and rehabilitating of European refugees to that land, according to Mrs. Joseph Carp, president. Local Girl Joins Staff Of Social Smite Bureau Miss Helen Powell of Miami Beach has joined the staff of the Jewish Social Service bureau as medical social worker, Charles Cohen, execut i v e director, announced this LEGAL NOTICES week. She i s t he SH 27 W. dauiy mi, 179. sed i!" ilh on. ATTENTIONl 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. fYOU WILL FIND ANY ITEM YOU NEED UNDER ONE ROOF BAIN — The Trimming Man 4% Cash Discount When This Ad Is Brought or Mailed You Owe It To Yourself — For Your Savings! 162 West Flagler Street INFORMATION! Dixie auto repair specialists know their automobiles from the inside, out. That's why you'll find that when DIXIE does your work, you're guaranteed satisfaction. Come in today for a free estimate. LUBRICATION — TIRE RECAPPING WHEEL ALIGNMENT and BRAKE REPAIR MOTOR TUNE-UP and COMPLETE OVERHAUL ELECTRICAL and BATTERY SERVICE EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTORIST Five Friendly Neighborhood Stations fJIXIF TIRE C? •^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH UtT M. Miami AT*. M N. W. lTth Ave, 101 f. W. Pint Street SIS Fifth Street Phone 5-3309 1810 Alton Koad Phone H>Tt4 Slpctrical (Lai in nces for the Home YPL Game Night Aids March of Dimes Drive Officers of the Young Peoples league of the Miami Beach Jewish Center hope that guests at their Sunday evening party eat a lot, for sale of refreshments during game night will be donated to the March of Dimes. Decision to aid the infantile paralysis campaign was approved by the executive board Monday evening. The YPL game night at the Center will include bingo, bridge and gin rummy. Prizes will be awarded the winners. Six soldiers from the Pratt General hospital will be guests of the league at the affair. Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT first local person, professionally trained, to become affiliated with the bureau, Cohen said. A resident of Miss Powell the Beach for the past 14 years, Miss Powell was graduated from Lear school and the University of Miami where she majored in sociology and minored in psychology. Having taken graduate work at the New York School of Social Work at Columbia university, Miss Powell will qualify for a master's degree in medical social work after completing three months' work this summer. While at Columbia last year. Miss Powell did volunteer work for the magistrate courts in New York under Judge Anna M. Kross and for the Riverside Civic council. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Powell, 860 43rd ct., Miami Beach. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TONY'S RESTAURANT, Intends to icgiMir the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TONY JAOOVIDES ALFRED KREISLER, 818 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney-at-I-aw. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SANITARY GROCERY & DELICATESSEN, at 1410 8. W. 6th Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MORRIS CENZAR. Sole Owner. MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys 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 KENDRICKS TIRE STORE, at 1144 S. W. Eighth Street, Intends to register said name wUh the Clark of tha Circuit Court of Dade County, Flortda. HENRY H. PENCHANSKY MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREliY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROYAL POINCIANA RESTAURANT, at 1661 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUDOLF BEC.EEST MARTHA BEGEEST AMOS BENJAMIN. Attorney for Rudolf & Martha Begeest, 605 Olympla Bldg., Miami 32. 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT, at 1690 S. W. 8th St., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. JULIUS NADLER ELLIS SAMESS BERTHA SAMESS WILLIAM L. I'ALLOT. Attorney for Applicant, 1214 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In the restaurant business under the fictitious name of BAHAMA, at 3S90 N. \V. Third Street, Intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL HYMAN 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 SUNSHINE SANDWICH SHOPS, at 1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ZEI8EL, Solo Owner. 1/10-17-24-31 Ask for U. S. Government Inspection „ No. 1 And You'll Hare the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive DistributorsPhone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7lh ATenue MIAMI 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 business under the fictitious name of GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. (not Inc.), In tho City of Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING J. 1'LASKOFF EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING OO. (not Inc.), at 2S2S 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 tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of TROPICAL TRADERS, at 236 N. W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. REBA BALSAM. 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 Solo 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 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at 4.1 N. F. 21st Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES T. KORSoN. Sole Owner. ISAAC JOFFE, Attornay 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 SIXTY-SECOND STREET PROPERTIES, in the City of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada County. Florida. JERRY WEINSTEIN BENJAMIN MEYERS ROBERT BRENNER HERMAN H. BRENNER 12/20-27 1/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300 S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ. ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BROOKLYN BEEF CO., at 3938 N. W. 17th Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR BOROK MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Arthur Borok, 6:.0 Seybold Bldg.. Miami 32. 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 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. LE1BOWITZ. Solo Owner. MAX R. SILVER. 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 namo of SCHAFFER'S PLUMBING CO.. Not Inc., at 821 S. W. 18th Ave.. Miami, Intends to register said name with tho 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 IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BLUEBIRD CLEANERS, at 1250 S. W. 22nA_ Street (Coral Way). Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT LEVINE | JOSEPH HARRY KR1SSEL 1/17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PALACE BOWLING CENTER, 2610 N. W. 36th St.. Miami, Fla., Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MACK COHAN MURRAY GLACKMAN MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Petitioners. 1/17-24-31 2/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho 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 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 the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at 1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cour' "' Iinde County, Florida. 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t PAGE TWO +Je*istnctjdton FRTOAY, JAKUARY 17, 1947 JUNIOR HADASSAH QUEEN "Miss Membership" of Junior Hadassah in Greater Miami is Miss Florence Hildebrandt (third from left), who was crowned at the recent dance held at the Wofiord hotel. Miss Hildebrandt was honored for brinaing in the most new members. Runners-up Shirley Pardo, Roslyn Dreed. Selma Lewis, Doris Shapiro and Lucille Yagoda, shown with Miss Hildebrant received certificates for their work in the membership drive. Personally. Speaking. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Jay Lear, I Mrs. Sam Pearlstein of Borwith their newborn son, Jan'ough Park, Brooklyn, arrived Randall, have been visiting his Tuesday to spend a month at parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Miami Beach as the houseguest G. Lear, 1010 West ave., and!of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Leviwill return to California this;tan Mrs. "Happy" Freilich week. Young Dr. Lear has been j will return next week from interning at the Permanente 1 Charlotte, N. C, where she atHenry Kaiser Foundation in \ tended the Bris of her nephew, San Francisco and will continue j son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Josthe study of medical administraephsberg. tion at Columbia university in, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar SchimerNew York when his present man, annual winter vacationcourse is completed July 1. lists to Florida, are stopping at Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arndt of the Grossinger-Pancoast Brooklyn and Pcrttenburg, N. J.,; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Neiman uncle and aunt of Mrs. Frank are honeymooning at the VerThompson of Miami, are spendsailles following their marriage ing two months here with their in Philadelphia last week ... son-in-law and daughter, Mr.' Honeymooning at the Ritz plaza and Mrs. Allen Daniel of Brook-' are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bernlyn. The Daniels' children, stein, whose marriage took Franklin and Leslie, are vacaplace in Brooklyn last week tioning with them. : Herbert Sussman of Daytona Harry Romer returned to MiBeach is here visiting friends ami this week with his daughiana fonner classmates at the ter, Reva, and son, Louis, from University of Florida ... Mr. Detroit where they attended the an _^ Mrs. Bob Marcus enterfuneral of Mrs. Romer. 1 tained for friends with a dinner Waiter Finkel is planning to' P**** at the Alcazar Boulevard leave Miami soon for a trip to r oom last week West Point where he will visit, Sheppard Arnold, son of Mr. his son, Joshua A. Finkel, who I ana Mr* Louis Adler, 23 N. E. J is a member of the Army acad-l 50lil st was Dor n Jan. 6 at St. emy faculty. Main attraction 1 Francis hospital. Sheppard will be his twin grandchildren,' c ome8 k m a musical family, a boy and a girl, whom he has { nis rather being a musician at not yet seen. Mr. Finkel will I th6 Martinique hotel and his also visit a brother in North' mother, the former osephine UNVEILINGS Unveiling of a memorial for Gertrude S. Cowen will be held at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the Temple Israel cemetery. Graceland Memorial Park. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Fox of 126 Eighth st., Miami Beach, took place Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 8, at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob congregation, of which Mr. Fox was a member, officiated. Arrangements were in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. OTTAWA, (JTA) — Canadian Government circles are considering the introduction of an immigration quota system similar to that in effect in the United States, authoritative quarters reveal. However, this action may be delayed for as long as a year or more. Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roiansky Raxon, having been organist for Temple Israel. He has a Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 & 11 rdi no's ington, D. C, will arrive Satur-i M day to spend a short vacation'— and Mrs ^rald at the Kent hotel, Miami Beach Rabbi and Mrs. J. Marshall Taxay and Mrs. Taxay's mother, of Akron. Ohio, are stopping at ~? s born the Savoy Plaza hotel. On C their way down last week they stopped at Jacksonville and drove on to Miami with Sam Schuster, former USO-JWB director here, who is now associated with the Jacksonville Community counciL Schuster returned to Jacksonville after .spending the weekend here. Ghertner of Nashville, Tenn., are announcing the birth of their second son, Simon Scott, who born on Jan. 9. Mrs. is the former Janice M. Magid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid, 900 16th •t., Miami Beach. Mrs. Magid is visiting the Ghertners in Nashville. Original Rose's Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT FREE DELIVERY wjjgy Course Dinners $1.15 Up %  %  PHONE 58-1183 Miami Beach JOHNSON GLO-COAT ... non-polishing liquid wax to keep varnished, linoleum, terrazzo floors gleaming and bright. Vi gallon can and wax applicator $1.59 GRASS CATCHERS for your lawn mowers. Sturdily constructed of heavy canvas 51 go GRASS RAKES me tal rake body with wooden handle $2.29 TAVERN DRY CLEANER • • save money by doinq your own dry cleaning. Tavern cleaner is easy to use. Two-gallon can $1.29 WESTINGHOUSE AEROSAL BUG BOMB containing 1% DDT. Automatic dispenser. Kills mosquitoes, flies, moths, roaches, ante, gnats. 15ozbomb $ 2.98 MIAMI STORE. HOUSEWARES, FIFTH FLOOR MEYER FORERS WED IN MOBNING CEREMONY Miss Ida Engler wouldn't talk tor the police, but this week she told The Jewish Floridian news of her marriage to Mty w Forer, Miami Businessman. The former Miss Engler, Miami s only policewoman, resigned from the force several weeks ago but wouldn't tell whom ahe was to marry. Her wedding took place Tuesday morning in the patio of the Garden restaurant with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Miss Molly Engler was maid of honor for her sister and Jack Siegel was best man. Approximately 35 guests attended the ceremony and the luncheon which followed. The couple will make their home at 843 S. W. Third t, following their return from a honeymoon trip to Nassau. Daughter of Jake Engler and the late Mrs. Minnie Engler of Miami, the bride attended Miami Senior High school and the University of Miami. She was a member of the police juvenile aid bureau for five years and a policewoman since last August During the war, the former Miss Engler was very active in USO work in the South Florida area. With her sister and mother, she founded the Englerettes, a hospitality group si young Miami women. I Mr. Forer has been in the wholesale shoe business in Miqtf a number of years. for John Wolfs to Mark Golden Wedding Date It's 50 years since Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, 1627 S. W. 13th st, exchanged their marriage vows and Sunday they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. A cocktail party in their honor will be held at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin, 552 Michigan ave., at 3 p.m. and the family will attend a dinner at the Wofford hotel at 5 o'clock. The Wolfs' children are planning a trip to the West Indies or through the Northern states for the couple this spring. Besides Mrs. Tobin, they have two daughters—Mrs. Al Goshen of Miami Beach and Mrs. Jasper S. Cromer of Miami. Their three sons, Edward, Jerry and Leon, reside in Washington, D. C. Married in Baltimore on Jan. 19, 1897, they have 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, young Susan Paul, who arrived here from New Haven, Conn., this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paul. Susan is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Goshen. Also here for the celebration are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Segal of Washington. Mr. Wolf is 75 years old and his wife 71. They lived in Miami from 1921 to 1931 and returned here last year, spending the intervening years in Washington. Mr. Wolf, who is listed in "Who'i Who in the Nation's Capital" in 1921, served with Herbert Hoover on the government's food administration committee during World War I. President of the retail grocers association in Washington and active in Zionist and other community groups, he was honored by an audience with President Harding. When the Wolfs first came to Miami, he helped to organize several community groups and was an officer of Beth David congregation to which he and his wife still belong. GROCERY & BIG HOME—Next to Jewish School Be your own landlord. Run profitable (tor* and rant rooms. Will (all furniahad four and one-half bedroom homa with old aatabliahad grocery on front cornar of lot. 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BHRHI&3K9B I %  PAGE FOUR +Jewist< ncridiar_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947 Editorial MARCH OF DIMES It Polio is the most dreaded foe of American families, strikes swiftly silently eating away nerves wasting muscles maiming limbs taking lives. Through the annual March of Dimes, money is being raised to combat the threats and ravages of this terrible crippler. Dade county's chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis maintains a ward in Jackson Memorial hospital for treatment of those afflicted with polio regardless of age, race, religion, color or lack of finances. The chapter maintains and pays a staff of expert specialists in every branch of medical science and owns the latest devices necessary for treatment of this dreadful malady. Less than one and one-half per cent of all money donated is used for administrative expenses. Dade county's chapter spent more than S250.000 for treatment and hospitalization of 136 children in this area, stricken by polio in 1946. Scientific research made possible by money given to the March of Dimes in previous years has advanced the knowledge of infantile paralysis a hundred years. Continuing research to provide more certain cures for those afflicted is a public responsibility. The people of Dade county and winter visitors contributed S130.000 in 1946 to fight infantile paralysis through the March of Dimes. Last year's polio epidemic was the worst in our history. You know, without being reminded, that it is your DUTY a3 well as your privilege, to help prevent future epidemics of polio and to aid those who have been stricken by this terrible disease. Through the March of Dimes you can help suffering cripples to march again. Open your heart and your purse and give generously, proudly, thankfully. Right now this very minute and perhaps for a long time to come there are 18 children out at Jackson Memorial hospital suffering from polio. Their treatment is being paid for by the Dade county chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. To prevent another epidemic of this dreadful malady such as occurred last year ... an abundance of money is needed now today. Don't give until it hurts you but give as much as you can to keep little children from being hurt. Mail as much as you care to spare simply to March of Dimes, Miami. BEQUESTS During the past few months several local organizations were made beneficiaries of bequests from estates. With the community's continued and increasing needs it would be timely to initiate a planned effort to increase this practice. Many institutions have been endowed with funds which made them financially self-supporting. We have a vast reservoir of wealth in our midst. It is often easier to convince a person to give of his wealth after death rather than part with it during the course of his lifetime. We are doing a good job in selling the causes to the community during regular fund-raising events. With the understanding of the needs fulfilled, as evidenced by the successful campaigns, it should not be difficult to sell the further ideas of designating worthwhile beneficiaries of estate funds. Once this practice is established and publicly given those communal leaders who are farsighted enough to see the wiseness of so doing, others will follow. In long range community planning these funds will come in mighty handy. IN THE MAIL BJE Director Scores Editorial on Contest Dear Sir: Your editorial regarding Jewish Book Review Contest was absolutely unfair. You place Hie blame on the Bureau of Jewish Education for its failure. The failure does not lie in lack of publicity. It lies in the apathy to Jewish literature—the storehouse of our cultural heritage— on the part of our Jews. The Bureau of Jewish Education did more than its share to publicize the contest and the value of Jewish books during Jewish Book Month. Your editorial would have been fair if you had told your readers of the many activities carried on during Jewish Book Month, if you had made constructive suggestions, and if your publication had followed the example of the general press in such contests. Just for the record, let me point out several of the activities conducted during Jewish Book Month. 1. More than a half dozen book exhibits were arranged by the Bureau of Jewish Education in the community. As a result many books were purchased through the BJE and privately. 2. Book lists were mimeographed and distributed widely. 3. To stimulate interest among young people 10 bonks were given as awards to children at the InterSchool Chanukah affair. 4. Reviews of Jewish books were presented throughout the community at synagogue services and at organization meetings. Numerous talks on Jewish books, were delivered in Greater Miami. | 5. An analysis was made of the Jewish books read in our community. 6. Several articles appeared in your publication on the value of books. These and many other activities took place. Yet not one irord in your editorial about these. We realize that all the activities generated by the Book Council of Greater Miami do not guarantee the results we are looking for, Yet we feel we are planting the seeds. Would it not be better to help these seeds to take root.) rather than to find fault all the 1 time? May I respectfully suggest again that your publication have aj weekly book review column 0 Such a column would bring to the attention of your readers recent publications and would help stimulate the purchase and reading of Jewish books. It would act as a stimulant for future activities during Jewish Book Month. Yours trulv. A. P. GANNES. Director, BJE. J. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699—JANUARY 16th, 1939 "OJO. tfJLU-t in UeaAli UU £eav.t RMnd % to. £Uie S&UAMK" JWV COMMANDER BECOMES DEPUTY Sisterhood Entertains Sunday School Classes Two Sunday school classes of Temple Israel will attend parties to be given in their honor tomorrow afternoon by the Sisterhood, which is running a series of events for the children. Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will be hostesses to class four at Mrs. Ackerman's home. 1384 S. W. 18th st. Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mrs. Morris Rosenberg and Mrs. Louis Gillman will entertain class five at the Orovitz residence. 1795 S W 12th st. February committee of the Sisterhood will meet with Mrs. Maxwell Hyman and Mrs. Max Meisel cochairmen, at the Meisel home' 4444 Post ave., at a tea at 2 p m Monday to plan a garden card party for Feb. 3. Young Zionists Present Chalutzeit Program "The spirit of youth breathes upon the land." That is the theme of the Chalutziat program which Junior Hadassah and Masada will present at their first joint cultural meeting at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Temple Beth Sholom. Main portion of the program will be a play which will describe the young pioneers in Palestine and pay tribute to young men and wimien who have joined Plugah Aliyah. the Junior HadassahMasada group which is sent to Palestine after training in America. The play was written by Rabbi David Raab of Ft. Lauderdale and Miss Heidi Mayer of radio Station WGBS. Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, president of the local Junior Hadassah unit, and Harvey Sootin of Masada are in charge of the program which will be followed by community singing and dancing. SMS. v? ^ nan u (ri9h national co "niander of the Jewuh War Veterans became an honorary deputy sheriff of £SH H Y ft f"* 1 *• blduction ^monies for the Alfred1 Kohn class of the Beach JWV post. Abe Goldman! Honda „ commander of JWV, rtade the deputation I \ i To Give Skit for Lodges A musical skit will be presented by B'nai B'rith youth groups of Miami Beach for the men's and women's lodges at a joint meeting at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the National hotel. Mrs. Bererly Becker is in charge of the program which is open to the public. MIAMI AJC TO HONOR LATE PRESIDENT A tribute to the memory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt will be the theme of the musical program as w*ll as the book -review which the Miami Women's division of the American Jewish Conwill sponsor at 2 p.m Tuesday at Temple Israel. Miss Meline Kerhanjian, who recently sang in the University of Miami production of Handel's •Messiah." will smg favorite selections of the late president, in"Abide With Me." She v.;ii i„. accompanied at the Piano by Miss Rita Qua, tin who will also play the first movement of Beethoven's "Moonlight S,.naWaltz" Ch pin s C Sha, P Mi n'Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg. chairman of the Tuesday Book Digest, will present Mrs. I M ^emstem. who will review four current books about FDR Mrs. Joseph M. Fine will n re side. Critic Disagrees With Audience on Concert Zvee Scooler, dramatist, and Benjamin Zemach, dancer, presented their joint recital for the Jewish Cultural committee's series last Sunday before a disappointing crowd of 400. Those present seemed to enjoy the offerings of the artists. In this critic's opinion the audience was composed, for the greater part, of those steeped in the Yiddish language and the composition of the audience indicated that advance publicity precluded the attendance of those seeking cultural entertainment of a general nature. The dancing of Zemach lacked the finesse and polish this type of presentation must have in order to be fully understood and enjoyed. Some of the numbers rendered by Scooler were too lengthy and others showed too much informality. As a whole, one would not expect this recital to be scheduled for a cosmopolitan audience. —ST M Jen fjfft fforidfiar] FLORIDA'S ONLY ANGLO-JEWISH WEEKLY Published every Friday since !" *j by The Jewish Floridian at 21 S. • Second Avenue. Miami '8, Flor "j Entered at second-class matter juir 4. 1930. at the Post Office of *"•"?' %  Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1S'' The Jewish Floridian hat aD rl !f!! the Jewith Unity and the Jew" Weekly. Member of the Jewish >'" graphic Agency. Seven Arts F"\ u Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. ftfWL can Association of English •J' !" '' Newspapers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On, Year %  Two Years X Six Months %  2M FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher RITA E. GROSSMAN News Editor Telephone* 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 21 S. W. Second Avenue VOLUME 20 NUMBER 3| Friday, January 17, W" TEVETH 25, 5707



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)AY, JANUARY 17. 1947 +Jmlsti rhrXtian PAGE NINE con. iach *y | Wall mtday vith ert-:| #1 and j| the ard iere onlans :hilich Mljr and ISTRICT OFFICERS TO LAUNCH LODGE FISHER District officers of B'nai B'rith will launch a membership drive for Greater Miami lodges next week with a meeting Thursday evening under the sponsorship of Sholem lodge at Temple Israel. Julius Fisher, secretary, and Edward Rosenblum, treasurer of the fifth district of B'nai B'rith, will be principal speakers. Called to honor the visiting officers, the meeting will also be for the purpose of further planning on the district convention slated to be held at Miami Beach I early in June. Louis Heiman and E. Albert Pallot, who led the Sholem lodge membership drive last year, will have charge of the current campaign. The February meeting of the lodge will be devoted to Brotherhood Week which will be observed between Feb. 17 and 24. ROSENBLUM Europeans Seek Aid In Search for Relatives JNames of relatives and friends •Ought here by Europeans were attbmitted to The Jewish Floridian this week by the service to the ftsTeign born department of the [ %  ami section, National Council BJjewish Women. fchey include Moisey Rosen who fJK Sought by Rachil Lisiansky; Frisch family by Markus Frish; Alexander R,appaport by Hedy lltmethy; N. Haut by Leon Fries; Peter Kader by Paul Gasparik; ( lbs. Anne Gorress by Clara Gor'ress; Fritz Beter by Tesi Karstner Karpeles; Nathan Juster by Kurt Juster. Isaac Kirzner by M. A. Kerzner; Frank Kluger by Lola Knopf; Erwin Schreinburg by se Pavlik; Jankel Esterkes by Keile Prinak; Harry Kovetky fred and David Weiss; MarHcide by Ernest Senger, and Simon by Benjamin Simon. rjA addition, Minna Schaefer of Miami is seeking Erna Wertsman Bavaria, now believed to be iami. -. ^^A a A • %  %  % %  :• *• ling Room in to Publicl II STOIIIS DIVOTIO TO LUXURIOUS UVINO SUPERIATIVI KOSHER CUISINE lo Owiihlp'MnogHH>l r*t Ulh Con Men Mr* T*o/ 1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH Legion Slates Bouts For Baseball Fund Four 10-round bouts between some of America's outstanding boxers have been carded for the gala fight show to be staged by Harvey Seeds post of the American Legion in the Orange Bowl stadium Tuesday night, Jan. 28, Steve McNulty, matchmaker, has announced. Joe Maxim, Cleveland, and Marty Clark, New York, will top the heavyweight division scrap. Both are high ranking contenders for the title held by Joe Louis. Steve Belloise, New York, and Izzy Jannazo, Brooklyn, among the nation's foremost middleweights, will share honors in the double wind-up in a fracas also scheduled for 10 rounds. Buddy Garcia, seventh ranking lightweight from Galveston, Texas, will meet Miami's hard-hitting Cotton King in a double-barreled semi windup, with Jack Cranford, New York, trading punches with Miami's Red Cameron in the second lightweight brawl. Proceeds from the fight show will be used to promote the Legion's Junior baseball program. Tickets are on sale in Miami at Turner's Sport Shop, Sam's Newsstand, the Legion Home and Jfrnmie's-on-the-Trail, and in Miami Beach at the Washington Drug store and George's Newsstand, 237 23rd st. Kosher Killed POULTRY Finest Quality Obtainable at REASONABLE PRICES • SHOCHED ON PREMISES GUILFORD POULTRY 102 N. W. 8th Street Miami Jax'ville Jewry Favors Community Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.—Nearly 1,100 of the more than 1,200 Jews in Jacksonville 15 years of age and over who participated in a poll sponsored by the Jacksonville Jewish Community council voted in favor of the erection of a proposed $400,000 Jewish community building to serve the recreational, health education and informal education needs of all the Jews of Jacksonville, it was announced by Herbert Meyerson, chairman of the extension committee of the council. The results of the poll meet one of the two conditions laid down some months ago by an anonymous donor who had offered to contribute $100,000 toward the proposed community building. The study was made under the direction of the National Jewish Welfare board in cooperation with the Council of Federations and Welfare Funds. 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, I '. PAGE SIXTEEN +Jeistncridtatl Every major problem which the Jewish communities in the United States and Canada must face in the year ahead will be a subject of discussion at the 1947 General Assembly, which will be attended by more than 600 delegates and observers in Atlantic City, N. J.. Jan. 31 through Feb. 3. These sessions will review results and project plans for Jewish education, community organization, overseas needs and programs, fund raising (including capital fund campaigns) and Jewish community relations. Election oi-officers of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare spective communities. That same day. for the first time since 1944. this year's assembly will derote a discussion period to the objectives and functions of Women's divisions. The session, for which a chairman and discussion leader are still to be selected, will deal with experiences on organization and methods of campaigning, with consideration of year-round programs and relationships to federations and welfare funds. Shertok Remains Head Funds, the adoption of its budget | Of Zionist Politics BASLE. (JTA) — The newly elected World Zionist executive Stanley C. Myers of. Miami, agreed here that Moshe Shertok council president will be chairj -f to remain head of ^ pol.t.ca man and Ralph Samuel of New departments of all branches of York principal speaker at the sesthe executive. although he will sion devoted to 'Directions in j be staUoned in V. ash.ngton. Goldie Meirson was appointed and dues schedule, and the presentation of publicity awards also will take place. to "Directions in American Jewish Community Organizations" Saturdav evening.! director of the political departFeb. 1. It will deal with underment of the executive in Jerulying factors molding the structure and directions" of .-Jewish federations, welfare funds and community councils, analyze the salem with Dr. Moshe Sneh as a member of the department. The political section of the executive will be composed of a "bloc" Ritualarium Opening changing role and scope of Jew-, headed by Shertok in which Mrs. ish communitv responsibilities, I Meirson, Dr. Sneh, Prof. Sehg the relationship of the central or! Brodetsky. Berl Locker and Dr. ganization to the diverse Jewish Nahum Goldmann will be ingroups and to the general comeluded. The activities of the munity, types of agencies being Washington office will be divided evolved through reorganization among the American members of and mergers, and examine causes the executive, with Shertok di-1 for current changes. recting the office. Myers will also preside at the annual council business luncheon which will be held on Sunday. : Feb. 2. A session on "The Role j Delayed Several Weeks of Communities in National and I Overseas Capital Fund Cam-! Illness of Joseph Schechter, I paigns" on Mondav. Feb. 3. will president of the Daughters of; examine with the national and Israel, will delay formal opening 1 overseas agencies, which have of Greater Miami's first rituallaunched capital fund drives for ariu'm at South Miami Beach, acI more than S30.000.000 for expandj cording to Abraham Levitan, acting existing health and educain 6 president. tional institutions, the process i Schechter, who was expected, leading to these expansion prohere 'this week from rlew York, jects and the role of welfare. was injured in an automobile acfunds with regard to these recident and is now in a New York quests and campaigns in their re; hospital. Attendance Records Broken At Flagler Crowds attending the greyhound races at West Flagler Kennel club this season are largei than last season's record-breaK ng campaign, it was revealed I Saturday when official figures 'were released. For the first eight days of the 'present meeting, the attendance 'was eight per cent higher than Ithe first eight days of the 194o46 campaign. This season. 51,608 fans jammed through the turnstiles in eight nights of racing, while for the same period last year. 47,849 fans witnessed dog racing at West Flagler. Mutuel play at the track is under last season's play by 12 per cent, it was announced. The first eight days of the 1947 season, fans wagered $1,305,746, while the first eight days of the 1945-46 meeting, $1,485,994 was bet. Form players have been having their innings at West Flagler for an all-time high. In eight nights of racing, 46 per cent of the favorites have come galloping across the finishing line victorious. INSURANCE DEADLINE Time limit for reinstatement of permanent plans of national service life insurance policies which are lapsed over three months has been extended to Feb. 1 by the Veterans Administration, according to Stanley H. Wasser, insurance officer on the Miami VA region. No physical examination will be required provided the veteran is in as good health as on the date of lapse, he said. OES Group Plans Events The Welfare committee of the grand chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will sponsor a chop suey luncheon on Friday, Jan. 24, at the home of Mrs. Florence Martin, 801 Palm ave., Hialeah. On Saturday afternoon, Jan. 25. Mrs. Nancye Rickard, past grand matron, will sponsor a dessertbridge. Due to limited space, all reservations have been closed. Broward Notes Installation ceremonies of the newly formed chapter of B nai B'nth in Hollywood will be held Saturday at the Hollywood Community Center. The Fort Lauderdale chapter, sponsor of the Hollvwood chapter, will be host for th.occasion Following the program the women's chapter of the Lauderdale lodge will assist in serving a buffet supper to the guests. living Hoffman will be installed as president, and among the honor guests will be. I. E. Kaufman. Hollywood, and Jack Kapner of West Palm Beach, who is state president of B'nai B'nth lodges. • • Wedding plans have been completed by Miss Anita Katz and Robert J. Jacobson. of Dayton, Ohio, whose engagement was announced recently. The marriage will take place Feb. 1 at the Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi David Raab officiating. Miss Katz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Katz. Among the recent guests to Ft. Lauderdale arc Mr. and Mrs. Howard Irving of Indiana Harbor, Ind., who arrived by plane with their ten-months-old daughter. Merle, to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tarler, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Irving, and Mr. and Mrs. P. Lepensky. • • • Mrs. Ida Kalish and daughter, Brucine. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Sterling in Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. P. Teper of this city is also Mrs. Kalish's daughter. • • • Tentative plans are announced for a card party social to be given Thursday by %  B'nai B'rith Women at their clubrooms, according to Mrs. A. E. Kaufman, president. • • • Mrs. Rosa Epstein has as a guest Miss Edyth Wolfe of New York city. Mrs. Epstein was recently honored on her birthday by a bouquet of flowers presented to FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 194, Temple Emanu-El by her so Dr. Frederick Epstein and G Pn J Epstein of New York. • • • At the last meeting of th e Si ^_ j terhood of Temple E/nanu-El Mr Anne Barthold was elected treas urer, to succeed Mrs. Morris Se gal who moved to Miami. • • • • Mrs. Dan Pintow, Ft. Lauder dale, will leave by plane F rld for a mid-winter trip t 0 v York city. i ew NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! 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" %  $*• e*?*^i* **•*& t"'-f*<^ti^'f'-^^^ i :''•*?'; ~ f AGE EIGHT *Je*istncridiarL FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1*4 Cantorial Concert To Feature Ganchoff Maurice Ganchoff. outstanding American cantor, will appear on the second annual cantorial concert to be presented by Cantor Louis D. Feder at the Beth Jacob 2 6th. synagogue Wednesday evening. Jan. 22. Cantor Ganchoff recently resigned from a New York synagogue to devote his entire time to the concert stage. In his local performance he will present a program of hymns, Yiddish and Beach Lodge to Install Officers At Dinner Officers of the Miami B lodec of B'nai B'rith will KSed al Palm Island. Sundaj n •!•'• Heading the slat. coming year is W It. C.K Miami Beach atl RAY LEV 10 PLAY ON BEACH SEHIES Ray Lev, young American pianist who will appear at the Miami Beach Senior High school Jan. 25. is an excellent example of how natural talent can develop into high artistry. She accepted her first piano lessons in New Haven merely as a part of her general education. In New York at the age of 14. Rav continued piano lessons at the Music School Settlement. After a few months she was invited to play for Ernest Schelling who, much to her surprise, advised her to become a pianist. Financial obstacles, however, stood in the way of this goal, and for three years she took a secretarial course at school, continuing her music lessons whenever she could find time to fit them into her other studies. She was able to devote herself to music only after she had won the New York Philharmonic Scholarship for summer work under Gaston Dothier, and soon afterwards the Matthay Prize for study under the great English master. She made her London debut at the age of 17 while still a student, and toured Europe before returning to New York. Her American debut was at Carnegie hall with the National Orchestral association under Leon Barzin, in 1934. Since that time her career has included concert tours of the United States and Canada: appearances as soloist with outstanding symphony orchestras (three appearances with the N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony > : on the radio; a recital at the White House for President and Mrs. Roosevelt and tr.c;r guests after' o btam (id at tllc B ^" Jacob office, a Congressional dinner; two com-. ~ ~ mand performances at 10 DownavT. rdlay Honored ing Street, one under the patronDr. Lewis Palay 541 Lincoln' Dccn donated. Mrs. Hi • age of the Queen of England, the'rd.. was recently' honored by other Princess ManLouise. I election to the founders group of Her local appearance will be tnc Board of Certified under the auspice; i the ComAllergists and as a charter memmunity Concert Series of the ber n the American Societv of Beach Y. \: d Allergists. • idTentry int.. the i vice, Kovner of sholcm lodge, B'nai Brith. Miami. He is a Bea.-h Bar Associal in fraternal and charii ganizations. ,. Other officers to are vice presidents H : n ick. David R. Isen. Godfrey K. Newman; tr. er. Sol < strom; financia M. Br. ad; monitor, G Bertman; assistant m nil Harry Day; warden, Dr. J Pomerance; guardian, Dr. ander Libow. Arrangements f ir the fun are beinj: d by Arf n and including Hai : Zukeri G dfrey K. Newi Greene. The afl public. Tickets arc $7.50 each incl thedinner, show, tip, tail and tax. R< made at the B"rith of Mi Miami Zionists Slate Congress Report Meeting .. future of Zionism in th. tac. oi Habbi .. e'i r. iignatton i %  /.-. niat Orica will bediainity meeting \f> In. lay eve1 Broad G n will give plishmenta /,: mist Conattended ;.t Basle, £ eting will lent of the • which will %  will be i th. %  will be Beach Y President Names Building Group Appointment of a building con. %  traction committee for the Beach Y was announced this week by Carl Weinkle, president. Judge Joseph A. Berman aJ elected chairman of the commit tec at its first meeting Tuesday afternoon. He will serve with James M. Albert, George J. Bert man, Irvine Frankel, Samuel %  Rivkind, Harry Sirkin and Weinkle. ^ i Leon Spector, director of th. National Jewish Welfare board building bureau, is expected here at the end of the month to con. !'er with the committee. The committee has made plan, preliminary to obtaining an architect to design the structure which will be built on the Y's recently purchased property at Bav rd and 16th st. Mizrachi to Install i nd a : Id by : I vening :. an ill be in%  LIQUOR BAR PACKAGE STORE FOR SALE BY OWNER EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR QUICK SALE. WELL ESTABLISHED. WONDERFUL LOCATION. 12138 BISCAYNE BLVD. CHARLES KELEMEN CASTOR CASCHOFF Palestinian folk songs and classical selecti A quartet of trained male voices will support Canl r Ganchoff and Herman Fried will accompany him at the piano. 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'?f= rfTWiK PAGE FOURTEEN i e*i*l>rk>r**XL FRIDAY. JANUARY 17? AJC SCORES DEWEYS FAILQBE TO FIGHT SCHOOL DISCRIMINATION Disappointment of the American Jewish Congress in Governor Thomas E. Dewey's message to the New York state legislature was expressed this week by Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the AJC Women's division of Miami Beach. "Dewey's failure to seek legislation banning racial discrimination in professional schools is a deep disappointment," Mrs. Glasser said. She stated that Dewey, during pre-election speeches, had said he sought "a goal where no young man or woman shall be denied a higher education because of his race, religion or color." A request that Dewey include the point in his message to the state legislature was part of a resolution recently passed by the New York city council. The resolution also recommended: That a bill embodying the principles of the Auston-Mahoney bill be passed by the state legislators to forbid discrimination by schools and create a commission which, after hearings on complaints, could issue forcible cease and desist orders. That Governor Dewey request the legislature to pass a law to create and maintain a state university which would include medical and dental schools. That the New York city board of estimate be requested as a body to make provisions for cancellation in future contracts, with schools using the facilities of city hospitals for instruction of students, upon proof that such institution is guilty of racial or religious discrimination in the acceptance or rejection of students. That a local (New York) law be passed providing for the appointment of a committee to inquire into conditions involving charges of discrimination against applicants. A special committee of the council, headed by Walter R. Hart of Brooklyn, submitted the recommendations following a four month investigation in which it was aided by the American Jewish Congress. Evidences of discrimination were found at the College of. Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia university, Cornell university medical school, Long Island college of medicine and the New York university college of medicine, according to the committee. Funds raised by the local American Jewish Congress aid in the fight against discrimination, Mrs. ejMer declared. SUNFRESH BllAIfD Warrantod FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE Froah iguiuit from a cimBlmtlm of fht flntot taatlnf typoo of Florldi Oransn. DAILY DELIVERY TO RE8TAU. RANTS, HOTELS and SCHOOLS i Fruit iiiei Ci. IBS N. W. 2nd S*. Phono 7-M37 Beach Mfn Translates Book of fewish Essays A book of essays on Jewish life translated from the Yiddish and Hebrew by Abraham Levitan of Miami Beach has just been published by Bloch Publishing company. Written by Rabbi Samuel A. Rubin of New York, the book, "Path of Life," is a series of philosophical essays on problems in the daily life of the Jew. Rabbi Rubin is director of the Society of Supporters of the House of Sages (Agudath Anshe Maamod) in New York. Levitan, formerly an attorney in New Jersey, spent more than a year pn the translation. He has made his home at Miami Beach for almost two years. Harofe Halrri tho Habraw Medical Journal which ia dedicated le the continued growth of Hebrew medical literature, has concluded its Uth rear of publication under th editorship of Dr. Moaes Einhorn of New York. i Join the f v MARCH OF DIMES JANUARY 11-10 THE NATIONAl FOUNDATION I0R INTAN1IK PARAIYSIS Leo Gerngross MIAMI BEACH Mrs. Epstein Return* From Speaking Tour Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein.Mi ^Tattorney and president of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel Federation of Temple Sister h M ra". Epstein accompanied Rabbi Martin t £*" %  £ east regional director for tne Urnon of Amencan Hebrew Congregations, in addressing Sister hoods in Sarasota and St. Peters bU Next month she is expected to go to Orlando to help organize a Sisterhood which will join the national organization. Temple Beth Sholom To Open Library Opening of the Temple Beth Sholom library will be marked Sunday morning, according to Mrs. Alex Straus and Mrs. Maurice Kamm, cochairmen of the project. The library will be open on Sunday mornings for children. An adult "circulation department is also being; contemplated. Most of the funds for the library were raised at a luncheon given by Mrs. Joseph Hart recently. Additional funds were donated by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin. Mrs. Howard Fox and Mrs. Irving Rothmar. assisted the cochairmen. Concert Pkmi-t Ready For Local Performance William Kapell young concert pianist who wiU be guest •* with the University of Miami symphony orchestra Sunday afternoon and Monday evening is expected here from JacksonviUe where he gave a concert Thursday night. Kapell nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson of Miami Beach, will play Rachmaninoff s Second Piano Concerto at the two concerts in Miami Senior High school. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kapell will fly in from New York to attend the concerts and will remain here for a brief stay. Mrs. Kapell is Dr. Wolfson's youngest sister. Young Kapell recently returned from a concert tour in South America. \H,lSf HUOS h I \ i %  ] I WANT MY MILK' MIAMI BEACH Bottor Claao Llatinia On Ocoanfront Proportion, Holtta. Homoa or InvootmoMo B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor •04 Lincoln P.d. Phono 6 "Truatworthy Sorvleo" GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK Hovo your roof rooMlra* now] you will oavo on a now root lotor "Batlofaotory Work By Cxporloncoa Man" 414 B. W. 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AY. JANUARY 17. 1947 RA TROUBLE JA MEET; WALLACE +Jewish fkx-Miairi SHOOTER TO SPARK LEHMAN ASKED Sidney Flatow who earned intrnational acclaim as European roubleshooter" for U.N.R.R.A. rhen as director of the Zeilsheim displaced persons camp he cleaned up shocking conditions in t h a tS German DP center, will be one of the principal speakers at the South Florida State Conference o f the United Jewish Appeal, Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Latin Island, Miami Flatow Quarter, Palm *ach. Invitations have been extended Henry Wallace, editor of the lew Republic, and Herbert Lehan, ex-UNRRA chief, to address tie gathering. Stationed at Fulsheim, Gerlany, for more than a year, latow found facilities completerun down and DP's sleeping on *e floors of windowless, heatless arracks when he arrived in the amps. In addition to repairing ie living quarters and providing jch comforts as sleeping cots, he stalled hospitals, clinics, schools workshops. Under his adlinistration, the camp which was by the Nazis during the war jr Russian slave laborers, was ampletely transformed. His dual role as director and rincipal welfare officer of Zeileim put Mr. Flatow in a posion to observe how the morale Jewish DP's is weakening untser the pressure of restricted immigration to Palestine, the dissolution of UNRRA and the inadequate food and clothing. He supervised the camp's vocational *WO EVENTS SLATED [A luncheon and a holiday rty are next on the agenda for lb Number One of the Pioneer Ibmen's organization, according Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president. %  Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman, 5t)30 Washington ave., will be •bsts at a Chamisha Osor B'Shev-at party early in February. The Jencheon is scheduled for Feb. 4 at a place to be announced Shortly. training shops where he noted a sharp drop in attendance beginning the day after British' Foreign Minister Ernest 'Bevin rejected the recommendation of the Anglo American Committee of Inquiry for immediate admission of 100,000 homeless Jews to Palestine. Flatow appeared before the committee to offer testimony on the conditions of Jews in the camps. He was also a witness to the mass exodus of Jews from Poland. Many of these unfortunates, fleeing for their lives before antiSemitic outbreaks, reached Zeilsheim on the verge of death. In addition to his work with DP's at Zeilsheim, Flatow founded the 7th Army home for orphans which cares for 150 children. He also worked closely with the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in Germany and was a spectator at the Nuremberg trials. Beach Outdoor Art Fair To Open at Tarleton Fifty of Greater Miami's painters and sculptors will participate in the Miami Beach Outdoor Art Fair scheduled to run from Tuesday, Jan. 21, to Thursday, Jan. 30, at the Lord Tarleton hotel. In the hotel's spacious patio they will display over 300 original works, executed in every art form and medium. The Florida land and seascape and flora and fauna will be the predominating theme of the exhibition. Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge, is among several Jewish artists who will show their work at the Lord Tarleton. Another is S. A. Jafnel, 630 Lincoln rd., whose exhibits Include a lifesize oil portrait he painted of Robert Richter, Jr. The Richter family is lending the work for the occasion. Council Women Close Reservations for Dance Reservations for the annual dinner dance of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women, were closed this week when Mrs. David Phillips, chairman announced that the limit had been reached. Council's major social event will again be at the Colonial Inn and will start at 7 p.m. The evening will consist of dinner, the entire Colonial Inn floor show, music and dancing. Funds raised from this affair help to maintain the section's port and dock work, Americanization classes and other civic and national projects. Arranging the event with Mrs. Phillips were Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, cochairman; Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, Mrs. Monte Selig and fars. Benjamin E. Bronston, tickets; Mrs. Joseph Fenias, arrangements; Mrs. Aaron Farr, souvenir program; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treasurer; Mrs. I. Rubin and Mrs. Frank Weiss, reservations; Mrs. Joseph F. Gleicher and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, publicity. Produce Men Attend Pre-Campaign Dinner A pre-campaign dinner to mobilize Miami produce dealers was held in Palm Beach Tuesday night by Miss Libby Fisher and Hyman Swerdlin of Miami. Plans for the produce division of the 1W7 Combined Jewish Appeal were revealed to Miami dealers who were in Palm Beach for a state convention. PACKAGE IS TICKET TO SISTERHOOD PARTY One package for auction will be admission price to the package party which the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood will sponsor at the synagogue Sunday evening, Jan. 26. Mrs. Fred Ochs is chairman of the event which will include an outstanding program. Among the entertainers will be Richard Charles Schulman, 11 year-old cornetist who has been a favorite of Miami audiences for a number of years. A student at the MJOC Talmud Torah, he will be accompanied by Mrs. Irving Genet at the Piano. Miss Adele Hochman will sing several selections. Proceeds from the party will aid the Talmud Torah. SCHAFFER'S Plumbing Co. For Prompt Service PHONE 9-1655 CONTRACTING INSTALLATION and REPAIRS 821 S. W. 18th Ave. %  win BTWSMSP GRAND CONCERT SUNDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19th. 1947 8:90 P. M. SHARP AT Miami Beach Senior High School. 1420 Drexel Avenue presenting YIDDISH. POPULAR and CLASSICAL MUSIC AH EVENING OF FINE ENTERTAINMENT Tickets $1.50 (plus tax) to Be Obtained at HCNRY'S HOTCL, BM Washington Avt. BERELE'S STORE. 237 Coilim Av. RAPHAEL'S HOTEL, 14 Washington Ave. SHER'S JEWELRY STORE, t27 Washington Ava. Auspice*: W. C. BRANCH 692, Miami Beach The Brook Club 9410 HARDING AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Now Open for the Season FESTIVE DINNER SPURS CAMPAIGN The man who came to dinner stayed long enough to watch a fabulous array of talent and bring the Mt. Sinai hospital fund up to $1,584,000 Monday night at the Latin Quarter. A crowd numbering in the 300's opened its wallets and heard everyone from the page boy of the night club to the emcee, Harry Richman, make pledges to the $2,500,000 campaign. A total of $184,000 was raised at the dinner. First of a series of star-studded events which the Mt. Sinai committee is planning for winter visitors, the Latin Quarter affair was sparked by Richman's appeal to the guests to "open your hearts." Jackie Miles, who added his patter to the all-star show, stayed to help Richman give away silver dollars and fountain pens to the "lucky" contributors. Chief donors were Mrs. J. Meyer Schine of the Roney Plaza hotel and Maj. Albert Warner of the Hollywood Warner Brothers, who each pledged $25,000. Mrs. Bertha Malamut, Versailles hotel owner, signed for $15,000. When Richman said he would give $10,000 if his donation were matched twice, Latin Quarter's Lou Walters came through with half and the rest was brought in quickly. Pledges of $10,000 also came from Morris Gettleman of Atlantic City; P. J. Bernstein, silverware magnate, and Harry L. Unitan, soft drink manufacturer of Pittsburgh. Besides the Latin Quarter's floor show, Lou Holtz, Jan Bart, Manna Zucca, Harvey Stone, Martha Raye, Diosa Costello and Pupi Campo, Francis Faye, Gracie Barrie, Billy Vine, and Carlos Ramirez were on hand to entertain. Dr. Harry E. Fry Dr. Carleton Vaughn DENTIST Formerly Located at 7 East Flaaler Now In Their New Offices 2157 S. W. 13th Ave. (Corner of Coral Way) TELEPHONE 2-7215 PAGE THREE Lear Parents Hear Psychiatrist At Meeting "Attitude of Parents Toward the Child of School Age" was discussed by Dr. Herman Selinsky, psychiatrist, at the monthly meeting of the Parent-Teachers association of the Lear school, 1010 West ave., Tuesday evening. Participating in the discussion were Dr. M. Garfinkel, principal of Winthrop Junior High school, of Brooklyn, and Dr. Edward G. Lear. Sheldon Dubler, P-TA secretary, presided. Parents were given an opportunity to view the projects done by students and to have interviews with the teachers. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Mrs. Ida R. Lear, director of the school, introduced the speaker. Mrs. Lear recently announced a change in the school's policy. Boarding facilities were discontinued this year and the school, which is more than 15 years old, is now devoted to day students ASTOR HOTEL 956 Washington Arc. M. B. ULTRA MODERN In the Heart of Activity 2 Short Blocks to Beech PRIVATE BATH SHOWER PHONE ELEVATOR SOLARIUM European or American Plan Strictly Kosher Reasonable Rates NEWSWEEK—"New Yorker* applaud a colossal musician." The Community Concert Series presents RAY LEV Brilliant Pianist N. Y. TIMES—"Clear, authorilntire and eloquent rare artistry." Saturday. January 25. 1947 Miami Beach High School Adm. • $2.50 plus tax Ticket! available: YMAWHA. 1 Lincoln Rd.; Morrit Bros.. 1281 Waahmajton Ave.: M. B. Radio, 121S Lincoln Rd.; Mogull'*, 425 4lit St.; Normandy School, 1021 Biarritz Dr.; Auaplcaa: YM A WHA of Miami Beach. YACHT TONDELEYO ... 81 FT. CHARTER FOR WEEK. MONTH OR SEASON CRUISE AND FISH IN LOVELY KEYS BEAUTIFUL DOCKAGE — SUNSET ISLAND Copt 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. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 &f



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IY, JANUARY 17, 1947 ==5= ; i J [VETS to Memorialize >mon H. Bernstein Miami Beach boy who died ig the war will be memorialby the Robert Richter post, fETS, when the Solomon H. Bernstein membership class is initiated Monday evening. The meeting is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at the Manga Reva room of the Cromwell hotel, 100 20th St., Miami Beach. S/Sgt. BernBemstein stein, son of Mr. Mrs. Julius Bernstein, 1132 lid ave., was killed Aug. 6, while serving as an aerial ier on a raid over Berlin. ;was posthumously awarded irple Heart on April 5, 1944. fore enlisting in December, at the age of 20, young tstein was a student at the ffnJversity of Miami. Nat Pollack, post commander, has invited all veterans in the to attend the open meeting. +Jewish fhrkilain PAGE SEVEN DENTIST, TWO DOCTORS ANNOUNCE OPENING OF PROFESSIONAL BUILDING ON CAUSEWAY Loan Fund to Start In March. Group Is Told .Operation of the Baron de Mrsch loan fund as an independent community agency for grantteg small loans is expected by Ifarch 1, directors of the fund were told Monday night at a WMting held in the Beach Y. A constitution and by-laws will be submitted to the general membership for adoption on Monday might, Feb. 10. Following their acceptance, election of permanent board members will be held. The 25 directors will then choose their own officers. ite) soon after the election as the .Jewish Social Service bureau has secured a sufficient staff the loan fund will get under way, acCorSjng to Charles Cohen, director** JSSB which will study applications for loans. Mry Stone presided at the meping Monday night at which sei&al reports were presented. Daughter to Install Mis. Brenner Tomorrow %  pen Mrs. Benjamin Meyers installs officers of the women's division of Miami Beach Mizrachi tomorrow evening she will induct her mother, Mrs. Joseph Brenner, as president. Hie installation will follow a regular meeting at Beth Jacob %  ynegogue. Mrs. Emanuel Karger g introduce Mrs. Meyers. er officers to be installed Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg, Mrs. ine Chill, Mrs. Anna Baer, %  Goldie Sir and Mrs. Minnie Itnrman, vice president; Mrs. Eugenia Lilienfeld, treasurer; Mrs. Gertrude Harvey, financial ••Ctetary; Mrs. Esther Diamond, (Orresponding secretary; Mrs. Leon Shalloway, recording secretory. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chapWn; Mrs. Emanuel Karger, cultural chairman; Mrs. Bessie Ad•rWum, children's village chairHn; Mrs. Rose Lustig, membcrsbip chairman. %  -' %  ": :.~ '.""Tj" Miami's newest professional office structure—the 515 Venetian Way Bldg.—will be opened soon by three residents. Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, Dr. Harold Rand and Dr. George Lister. Located at 515 N.E. 15th st. at the Miami end of Venetian causeway, the building which looks more like a private home, contains more than 30 rooms and will house the offices of the three owners and Dr. William M. Schiff, Dr. Rosenthal's associate. Work on the building was begun in June and the doctors are now in the process of moving in. The Bermuda style architecture was designed by Edwin T. Reeder. Joseph Moretti was the contractor. A feature of the building is the outside loggia from which all of the offices open. Valued at $70,000 exclusive of land, fixtures and furnishings, the building is 40 by 100 feet on a 60 by 115 foot lot. The three owners are well known to Miamians. Dr. Rosenthai, whose* office is now in the Huntington bldg., has practiced dentistry here for the past 21 years. During the war, he was a member of the Coast Guard temporary reserve for two and onehalf years. President of the Probus club now, he has also been president of the Jewish Social Service bureau and a director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr. Rand, who specializes in internal medicine and allergy work, resumed his practice in Miami early last year after serving for three and one-half years in the Army. He was chief of medicine of the first medical unit to land in the Philippines. Dr. Rand, .who has been summer camp doctor for the Miami Y for many years, has been active in the Y and B'nai B'rith and has made his home in Miami for about ten years. A graduate of Temple university medical school, Dr. Lister, who is a pediatrician, returned to a five months post graduate course in pediatrics last year after three and one-half years in the public health service with the Coast Guard. He saw active duty in the North Atlantic area. A resident of Miami since 1940. he is a member of B'nai B'rith. A graduate of Ohio State university dental school, Dr. Schiff was recently discharged from the Army. STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board GOOD LOCATION REASONABLE PRICES Also Reservations for Dinner 6. SMULIN A SONS IMS S. W. 2nd Street Phons 3-7539 = POSITION WANTED AS HELPER TO COOK. Mrs. Rosa Weiizman Car, of Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973 Yiddish Artists Appear At Concert Sunday Outstanding Yiddish concert artists who are visiting this area will appear in a concert at 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening in the Miami Beach High school under the auspices of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692. Among the many performers will be Sophie Kemper, Jewish folk singer who is known to New York radio audiences, and Sylvia Price, soprano. A two and one-half hour show of Yiddish, popular and classical music has been planned. Tickets may be obtained at Henry's hotel, 536 Washington ave.; Berele's store, 237 Collins ave.; Raphael's hotel, 146 Washington ave., and Sher's Jewelry store, 927 Washington ave. Junior Hadassah To Hear Congress Report Junior Hadassah members will hear a first-hand report of the 22nd World Zionist Congress from Shepard Broad, delegate of the General Zionists, at their regular monthly brunch at noon Sunday in the Beach Cabana Club, 4323 Collins ave. Broad, a Miami Beach attorney, is first vice president of the Southeast Zionist region and with Abraham Goodman of Miami Beach attended the 16 day session of the Congress which ended Dec. 24. He will be introduced by Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, president. Miss Arlene Rose is chairman of the brunch, assisted by Roslyn Drosd, decorations; Selma Lewis, hospitality; Doris Shapiro, invitations; Gladys Tepper, telephone, and Shirley Pardo, publicity. Reservations may be made with Doris Albin, 1918 Liberty ave. Ladies Nite! All escorted ladies coming in tonight will be given a BIG DRINK THE ESCORTS WILL BE GIVEN A BIG BILL! SlMBfTfl Htwztu 1141 M. MIAMI AVI. ** Mlmral'i KuptT Fu INN Call 4-7486 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modem Maytag Washers. Use Thai Soft City Water tor a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 THE 0/UfUuif MAA//V/A/G 'S SfAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIE0 CHICKEN "* >,, FRANK. BARNEY JR. MANAGING OlRtClOR /ANif ;,.• /'•< OPEN EVIRY DAY rROM 12 00 NOON *T" Si9 8ISCAYNF B'HMiVAUD DINNERS SERVED TILL I; MIDN-IGHT A FOR RESERVATIONS-9-!.' HOME FOR SALE Can occupy this in four days. A lovely furniihed 2-bedroom horn*. Extra nice location. Close to everything. To be sold with terme. PRICE $9,500 CHESTER BARTLETT 2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue HIALEAH OPENS TODAY Hialeah Race Course officials went steadily forward tins week with preparations for a capacity inaugural crowd. The admission department reported all reserved seats for today's opening had been sold for a week. Sunshine stable's Buzfuz will make racing history by running in stakes on both coasts of the United States within a seven-day period, it was confirmed Wednesday with the selection of Ruperto Donoso to ride the flying horse in today's $10,000 added Hialeah Inaugural. Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. HOME FOR SALE New CBS 2-bedroom, strictly modern furnished home. Tiled roof, bath, kitchen and window sills. Will help someone to buy this quality home under the market. Vacant for quick possession. Dining room and enclosed garage. $12,500 CHESTER BARTLETT 2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue Miami Beach Airline Service, Inc. Limousine Service Between Miami Beach and 36th St. Airport CARS LEAVE EVERY 30 MINUTES (M Oil Including And Pickup Service from Your Hotel at no J>I.JU T ax Additional Charge For Information Call 58-2447, 58-2834 Or S) Your Travel Agent



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PAGE TEN fjenisiiflcridiar I Herbert Scher Heads Federation Keymen A scroll of honor and a miniature key signifying membership in the Keymen's club were awarded Sunday afternoon to some 300 volunteers i n the 1946 campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The awards were made at a ceremony held in Latin Quarter and attended Scher by over 500 people. Herbert Scher was elected president of the Keymen's club and Mrs. Miriam Sirkin was named secretary. The club will continue as a permanent yearround organization to further interest of the community in Jewish philanthropic campaigns, conducted under the auspices of the Federation. First award was made to Wm. D. Singer, overall chairman of the 1947 coordinated campaign of Federation and Mt. Sinai hospital, who was 1946 drive chairman. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of this year's drive, was master of ceremonies during the program which was opened by Max Orovitz, president of Federation. Dan Rosenthal, activities director of the Miami Y, and Bert Friedman, led community singing, accompanied by George Wolpert. Mrs. Ferkis Returns Mrs. Simon I. Ferkis, 1345 S.W, Second St., returned to Miami last week after attending the funeral of her husband at Mt. Israel cemetery, Linden, N.J. Mr. Ferkis, who was 66, died here Dec. 5. A retired jewelry and watch repairman, he had moved to Miami with his wife from Rochester, N.Y., more than two years ago. Besides the widow, survivors include two sons, including Paul Ferkis of Miami, and two daughters. Face Facts Ambijan Committee to Honor Rabbi Bick By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, A#ti-Dejamation League Conscientious community worker Mrs. Max Dobrin just called this office to report she had heard over the radio that Senator Bilbo is "resting comfortably at Tour" Infirmary in New Orleans." I wonder whether "that man Bilbo, whose long congressional record has been marred by identification with the forces of prejudice and intolerance, knows who Mr. Touro was. For his information, the infirmary was named for Judah Touro, one of the heroes: of the Jewish faith in the War of 1812. Touro was gravely wounded with Jackson at New Orleans. He survived and later assisted the Boston merchant, Amos Lawrence, in raising the $20,000 that was Rabbi Abraham J. Bick of New needed to complete Bunker Hill Y or k w nj be honored at a faremonument, our forefathers' gymu ce ] e bration 8 p.m. Saturday bol of American liberty, justice I ^.^ ^ Co lins ave and equality. > # i and 10th st. Refreshments and enOne of the most important metertainment will be provided. The dia of education is the audioevent will be under the auspices visual field (sound movies to of the American Birobijan Comyou). In the words of Confucius, mittee of Greater Miami which a picture speaks a thousand | also sponsored a lecture by Kabbi words, and educators have come i Bick last night. to recognize this fact. In England, the motion pictures arc Q]^ Receives Bequest widely used in the public school system. During the war, the The late Dr. David R. Godhn United States Army and Navy. has bequeathed $100 to the 1947 utilized movies as teaching and Combined Jewish Appeal, it was training devices with excellent made known this week by Max results. R. Silver, administrator of his All this is by way of introduc-' estate. tion to ADL'S first venture in the production of a movie. Colored prints of a 16 mm., 12minute cartoon film entitled "One Dr. Godlin died July 27, 1944, and specified in his will that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation receive a bequest of $100. Mr. Your Complete Department Store. With Quality Merchandise Wuhlnjrtoa Ave. it 13th it Miami Beech And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fleeter St., Miami People," with narration by Ralph .Silver in a letter to the FederaBellamy, are now available at I tion, asked that the contributon this regional office of the ADL. J be made to the 1947 campaign. This movie short tells a pano-, ramie story of the settling of America by groups of every naThis concept, 'One People' has tional origin and narrates the I sought to project. contributions these groups have j "The Anti-Defamation league made to the democratic way of j of B'nai B'rith is to be congratulife. lated for presenting this exemCommendations are pouring in from educators and civic leaders all over the country, expressing plary film in such a forthright and interesting fashion." The film is available for rental their high regard for this educaor purchase by schools, clubs, and tional film. religious, labor and farm groups. Among the letters received was It may be rented from this office this one from Dr. J. W. Studefor $350 for three days. The full baker, commissioner of the Unitpurchase price of the colored print ed States office of education, who is $58. writes: "From both a technical and entertainment point of view, the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith has produced an excellent motion picture. 'One People' should be seen by every American, for we must learn of our debt to the various peoples who enriched our culture. "Proper respect for the customs and origins of others is a fundamental precept of true democracy. Support Federation Resolution. "d 0 "*' !* Greater Miami J.wbh Federe,ion'. 1947 campaign for PP"" m.tely $1,310,000 her. beenP*. ed by the Miami and Miami Beech lodges of B'nai B'rith. Council Members Model Fashions at Charm Forum Guests at the fashion show which the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women. will present at 2 p.m. today will see their fellow members as models. Resort and evening wear, including hats and accessories, will be displayed at the home of Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, 5050 Alton rd. Models will include Mrs. H. H. Farr Mrs. B. Schwartz, Mrs. F. S. Gros'sberg, Mrs. S. H. Terran, Mrs. Cowen, Mrs. Harry Schiff, Mrs. S. Gardon, Mrs. H. Hall, Mrs. Richard Wahrman and Mrs. Alfred Phillips. Miss Lenore will present the models and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub will be the coordinator. These two women are co-directors of the organization's Charm Forum series which helps finance Council's scholarships at the University of Miami. The fashion show is the fourth forum. Series tickets and individual admissions will be honored at the door. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947 Health Director to Address Spinoza Forum Dr. Max Warmbrand, director of the Florida Health Conservatory in Orlando, will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum at 3 p.m. Saturday. Monday evening sesaions of the forum, conducted by Dr. Morrii Schneer of New York, consist of lectures on "Understanding Yourself." Charlw H. Lee speaks on "The Heavens and the Earth" on Tuesday evenings. Discussion meetings relative to the Town Meeting of the Air broadcast are scheduled each Thursday evening. The sessions are held on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 1058 Collin* ave. Judge to Address Lodge, Clyde Atkins, associate municipal judge, will address memben of B'nai B'rith at the weekly Sholem lodge luncheon 12:15 p.m. todey in the Downtown club restaurant. Seybold bldg. fcrRlfT Card Party and Dance Next for Gables Group Members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will attend a card and mah jongg party at the Hillel house 8:15 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Herman Rubin and Mrs. A. Edgar Miller have charge of the affair which is limited to paid up members. Refreshments will be served. Plans for the Feb. 15th cabaret style Valentine's Day dance will be announced. 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