The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( 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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 20 NUMBER 4
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Palestine War Hero To Spark State UJA Meet
Labor Committee Opens
pDrive Here Monday
[ A heroine of the Warsaw Ghetto will launch a drive for the
Jewish Labor committee in Greater Miami at a rally scheduled
for 8 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach High school.
j Known by the name of "Vladka" when she worked in the
underground, the young girl was 17 when the Germans occu-
pied Warsaw and established the Ghetto.
i Because of her "Aryan" appearance she was selected for
dangerous liaison missions between the Ghetto and the Aryan
ection of Warsaw. It was she who smuggled dynamite for the
famous uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto against the Nazis. She
carried messages, funds and sup-
plies into the Ghetto, and smug-
gled children out of it.
The local campaign has been
endorsed by the Workmen's Circle
groups and the Central Labor
Union of AFL. It will extend
through March 1. Two other af-
fairs are also being planned. On
Feb. 16 Hertz Grossbard, Polish
actor, and F. Shrager, under-
ground fighter from France, will
appear at a concert. Plans for
the third event are to be an-
nounced.
Local officers of the drive are
J. Duntov, chairman; Dr. L. Sad-
off, treasurer: P. Rosenthal, Sec-
retary, and M. Haskel, S. Katz,
H. Fried, H. Laibson, C. Wein-
traub and H. Abramowitz. Head-
quarters are at 2008 Alton rd.
Z. J. Lichtenstein, a former
Warsaw councilman, is campaign
director. He was brought to
America "by the Labor committee
in 1940 with a group of 2,000 un-
VLADKA
12 Miamians Named
To National JDC Board
KTwcIvc local residents were
Bsmecl to tin1 national council of
the Joint Distribution committee
at the 32nd annual meeting of the
committee luld in New York on
Hn. 12.
Elected to the council were
Mrs. Monti- Silig, Herbert Scher,
Sam Lachman, Irving Frankel,
Abe Goodman, Harry A. Corn-
bluin. S;,miiel H. Friedland and
Hat H. Hankoff.
Reelected were Sam Blank,
Benjamin N. Kane, Joseph R.
Htein and Carl Weinkle
The national council is the cor-
: jorate membership of the organi-
: lation. Its members elect the
[board of director* and empower
it to administer funds and pro-
l grams of the JDC in the relief,
^reconstruction and emigration of
HBistressed Jews overseas.
OtB
Takes Fifth Census
Religious Bodies
I WASHINGTON (JTA) Ques-
Rennaires vie being mailed to all
churches and synagogues in the
flnlted States for the fifth de-
anial census of religious bodies,
e Bureau of the Census an-
Dunced this week.
The census of religious bodies
been taken every ten years
ice 1906. It provides the only
ficial government figures with
spect to membership in the
irious religious denominations
organizations. The last census
religious bodies, taken in 1936,
kvealed that there were 3,72?
cal Jewish congregations with a
embership of 4,641,184. There
tre 2,851 synagogue buildings
ported with a total value of ap-
proximately $126,000,000.
ion leaders, speakers, journalists
and other Europeans who were
deemed to be in special danger.
Emergency visas were granted by
the State department for this
group.
During the war, the Jewish
Labor committee supplied money
to the underground to fight Nazi-
ism and smuggle children out of
the Ghetto and hide them. Funds
were channeled through agents
in Switzerland.by special per-
mission of the U. S. government.
The committee is not a political
organization, Lichtenstein stated
when asked the official policy on
Palestine.
"It is like a Red Cross of the
Jewish working people to rebuild
Jewish life in Europe," he said.
The committee has established
in France, Poland and Belgium
cooperative shops, rest homes,
orphanages, sanitariums for chil-
dren and schools. It has secured
visas from the governments of
France, Sweden, Belgium and
Norway to resettle thousands of
displaced Jews.
At the rally Monday night,
Vladka will make an appeal for
Americans to become foster par-
ents of European children and
support them in the committee's
rest homes and sanitariums.
Michael Rosenberg, character
actor, will also participate on the
program.
RESIST TERROR
JERUSALEM (JTA) In the
strongest measure yet taken by
the Jewish community to curb
terrorism, the Jewish National
Council this week adopted a
resolution calling on Palestine
Jewry to resist terror by force if
necessary.
Adoption of the resolution came
after vigorous statements by
David Remez, chairman of the
National Council, and Goldie
Meirson, head of the political de-
partment of the Jerusalem sec-
tion of the Jewish Agency, in
which they warned that not even
the threat of civil strife will de-
ter the leadership of the Yishuv
from combatting the extremists,
if they continue their present ac-
tivities.
"The Zionist movement disap-
proves of murder, and the shed-
ding of the blood of innocents as
a means of political struggle, and
the Yishuv will forcibly oppose
acts of domination and blackmail
through terror," Remez said. "We
will defend ourselves, by force if
necessary, against the extortion
of money from shopkeepers to
fill terrorist coffers, against com-
pelling teachers and pupils to join
in terrorist work, against threats
to Jewish policemen and against
forcing the drivers of taxis and
other cars to assist terrorists."
The action by the council fol-
lowed an Irgun broadcast in
which the underground organiza-
tion warned that "Palestine will
not be quiet and illegal immigra-
tion will not be stopped." The
broadcast accused Mrs. Meirsorf
and other agency leaders of fa-
voring partition, and ridiculed
their pleas for peace "while they
go to London to carry out par-
tition."
Isaac Ben-Aharon, Palestine's leading war hero who has
just arrived in the United States, will be one of the principal
speakers at the South Florida State Conference of the United
Jewish Appeal which will be held Sunday at the Latin Quarter,
Palm Island, according to Day J. Apte, Florida state chairman
of the UJA.
Ben-Aharon, one of Palestine's most distinguished citizens
and a member of the political department of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, will report to the 400 leaders of Jewish commu-
nities throughout South Florida on Palestine's role in the re-
______^^ habilitation and resettlement of
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28 JEWS ARRESTED
JERUSALEM (JTA)Twenty
eight Jews were arrested last
weekend in the latest of a series
of sporadic raids by British troops
on Jewish towns and settlements
in various parts of the country.
TRUMAN ALARMED
ABOUT BIGOTRY
WASHINGTON (JTO)Presi-
dent Truman expressed alarm
this week at "a latent spirit" of
racial and religious bigotry in the
United States and warned against
development of Ku Klux Klanism
"unless we do something tangible
to prevent it."
Speaking informally to the first
organizational meeting of his
Committee on Civil Rights, which
conferred in an all-day session
at the White House, the President
urged implementation of the Bill
of Rights and promised the as-
sistance of the Attorney General
and the office of the president in
getting "tangible results."
"I don't want to see any race
discrimination," the President de-
clared. "I don't want to see any
religious bigotry break out in this
country as it did in 1922." With-
out mentioning the K.K.K. by
name the President recalled its
upsurge in 1922 in Missouri.
"I want our Bill of Rights im-
plemented in fact," he said. "We
have been trying to do this for
one hundred and fifty years. We
are making progress, but we are
not making progress fast enough.
This country could very easily be
faced with a situation similar to
the one with which it was faced
in 1922."
Hotels Sponsor Event
For Sinai Campaign
Forty benefit dinners in the
next four weeks have been sched-
uled for Miami Beach ocean front
hotels, according to Herbert
Schwarz of the Mount Sinai hos-
pital building fund campaign.
The hotel participation pro-
gram began Wednesday with a
dinner-show at the Ritz-Plaza
hotel and was followed on Thurs-
day night by a similar affair at
the Atlantic Towers.
Hotel owners and managers are I
hosts at the dinner shows which
are being held for hotel guests |
and their close friends, Schwarz
explained. Leading stars of Mi-
ami Beach night clubs are pro-
viding the entertainment.
In order to avoid conflict with
parties planned by the commit-
tees for the March of Dimes and
its benefit performance at the
Beach theater Tuesday midnight,
Jan. 28, rescheduling of some
benefit' hospital functions has
been announced by Leonard A.
Wien, chairman of the visitors
division of the Mount Sinai drive.
Wien declared:
"We want to do everything pos-
sible to aid this very important
effort to stamp out infantile
paralysis which is closely related
to our campaign to relieve Greater
Miami's shortage of hospital fa-
cilities."
The two major shifts in the
hospital building fund campaign's
benefit dinner-shows are the
Shelborne hotel function to Jan.
31 and the Versailles hotel's din-
ner-show to Feb. 11. Entertain-
ment for both of these affairs
will be sponsored, as planned, by
leading Beach night clubs.
Functions scheduled for next
week include: Sunday, Jan.
26, Town Housebuffet, dance
and entertainment; Shoreham-
Norman, buffet and entertain-
ment; Monday, Jan. 27, White
House, dinner and show; Jef-
ferson and Bancroft, dance and
entertainment to be held in
patio of Jefferson; Wednesday,
Jan. 31, Shelborne hotel, din-
ner and show.
Schwarz, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee of the
hospital drive's visitors division,
detailed the formation of men's
and women's committees-of-three
who have been assigned to each
hotel.
Named chairman at a White
House hotel "brunch" on Sunday
were Harry Zukernick and Alvin
Cassel, speakers committee, and
William W. Shayne, entertain-
ment.
Europe's homeless Jewish sur-
vivors.
Now in the United States in
behalf of the $170,000,000 United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs an Ben-Aharon will also discuss pro-
grams conducted in Palestine for
the mass resettlement and up-
building of the Jewish homeland.
Other speakers scheduled to ad-
dress the meeting are John W.
Vandercook, the distinguished
news commentator and radio ana-
lyst; Sidney Flatow, formerly di-
rector of the Zeilshein, Germany,
displaced persons camp, and Mrs.
Barbara Lawrence, one of the
country's leading communal
workers.
The conference, which will be-
gin at 10 a.m. and adjourn at 5
p.m., with a 12:30 luncheon ses-
sion, will be attended by Jewish
leaders representing communities
throughout South Florida. The
cities included in the conference,
which is the first of many such
regional meetings to be held in
behalf of the $170,000,000 Unted
Jewish Appeal drive in all sec-
tions of the country, include Ft.
Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort
Pierce, Hollywood, Key West,
Lakeland, Miami, Orlando, St.
Petersburg, Sarasota, Sebring,
Tampa and West Palm Beach.
The conference will precede the
official launching in the above-
named cities of campaigns on be-
half of the United Jewish Appeal
which makes available the funds
for the Joint Distribution com-
mittee, the United Palestine Ap-
peal and the United Service for
New Americans, the three agen-
cies conducting world-wide pro-
grams for the reconstruction of
Jewish life.
In announcing the names of the
speakers at the conference, Mr.
(Continued on Page 4)
Federation Calm On
Labor Committee Drive
Announcement of a separate
fund-raising campaign here bv
the Jewish Labor committe': was
I'.-ceived quietly by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation this
week.
In previous years the committee
had received funds through Fed-
eration. In 1946 its allocation
was $1,000. When offered $1,250
from funds to be raised in the
fortncoining campaign, the Labor
committee did not accept and de-
cided to conduct its own drive
here.
Morris Klass, executive director
of Federation, said that Federa-
tion would neither sanction nor
oppose the Labor committee's
drive here.
"Our budget committee spent
considerable time studying the
entire program of the Jewish
Labor committee," Klass stated.
The members felt that JLC in
some respects duplicates the work
of the United Jewish Appeal and
in other respects the work of or-
ganizations interested in the civic
protective field, he declared.


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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. JANUARY
Samel-Kratish Wedding
To Be February Event
be-
S-erAonally Speaking .
The patio of their new home honeymoon at the Grossinger-
Ot 2301 S. W. 21st st. was the Pancoast hotel setting for the housewarmmg milage New York M. >- ^^ _,.,, ollll,r brides in
When Miss Anita Samel
omes the bride of Sam Kratish.
have worn for their
her family
weddings.
The bride-elect, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Samel.
1280 S W. 23rd st.. will exchange
marital VOWS with Mr Kratish in
a late afternoon ceremony to be
uel Tunicks gave last week- Sanders. They will make their
end. Several hundred local home in New York.
and out-of-town guests attended. Vacationing at the Tuttle
Mrs. Carrie Skora of Chicago hotel is Adolph Nussbaum,
is spending the season with her president of Congregation Adas
nephew and niece, Mr. and Israel Mishnaes of Newark. An
Mrs Maurey Poncher. 535 N. W. uncle of Mr. and Mrs. E. Karger performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro
49th st Also from Chicago are of Miami, he will return north Sunday. Feb. 2. at the W of ford
Mrs. Marty Small and daugh-|in two weeks. hotel. A dinner for the familtei
ter, Bonnie, who were accom- Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg flew .'and a reception for friends will
panied here by Mrs. Small's to New York Wednesday to at- j'
mother, Mrs. Milton Berkowitz. tend the graduation of her son,
Local organizations have Saul, from Flatbush Yeshiva
been busy this week entertain- next Wednesday. Saul plans
ing national leaders. Arnold to enter Yeshiva university i brjdesmaiuS wju be Mrs .Seymour
Foster, national director of the which his brother, Moses Joseph, FU.ls>h,.r Miss Leila Samel and
Miss Samel will have as her
matron of honor Mrs. Herman
Knoefler, whose gown she has
borrowed for the occasion. Her
I Sam Goldmans to Mark
Silver Anniversary
Celebrating their 25th wedding
anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
H. Goldman, 1775 S.W. 16th ave.,
will be at home to their friends
and relatives Sunday afternoon
and evening. No cards are being
sent.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldman came to
Miami eight years ago from
Cleveland. Ohio, and founded the
Gulf Drug company with which
Mr. Goldman is affiliated at the
present time.
Mrs. Goldman is president of
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge and past president of the
state organization of B'nai B'rith
Women.
Their son, Marvin, and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Arnold Simon, reside in
Miami.
Israel Kratish will serve as best
man for his brother. Ushers will
legal and fact-finding depart- now attends. Mrs. Grundwerg! lh(. Misses Ruth and Esther
ment of the Anti-Defamation will return to Miami Beach on Kratish
league, is stopping at the Cad- Feb. 14.
iliac hotel until Sunday. An Mrs. Morris Jacobs is recup-
authority on subversive groups erating at Jackson Memorial Samel, Herman Knoe-
in America, Foster is travelling hospital where she underwent II'''- Seymour Fleischer and
through the South and East to an operation last Friday .: Ad.;lph Kratish.
gather material on their activi- AIso Jt Jackson is Oscar Argin- ^inM^mltr'Se 5V
ties- tar who underwent an appen sh<. attended Slhls in Massa. ,
Mrs. Mary Harris, a national dectomy. He is expected home chusettSi yonkers and the Bronx, \ 1637 S. W. Seventh st.
leader of the Jewish Consump- within the next few days. N- y ;,n(i 1S a member of the The bride, the former Miss Ida
tives Re^ef society, was enter- Mj.s j Eugene Farber of To- Emanon club of the Miami Y.
tained by the Greater Miami ]edo, Ohio, is spending a 10-' Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
chapter at a luncheon Tuesday day vacation with her sister-in-' Morris Kratish. 935 Meridian ave.,
in the Only Inn Board \aWi Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch, 2611 Miami Beach, was educated in
members of the Miami section, s W Seventh ave Visitinq Chicago and is associated with
National Council of Jewish his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- the Eagle Tire comPan>' '" Miami-
Women, honored Miss Sylvia jamin Rimer, of 1669 Jefferson
B. Ferber, area secretary, at a ave., is Dr. Harry B. Rimer, who
luncheon in the Surfside hotel. js an interne at Lincoln hos-
Wednesday. pital in the Bronx, N. Y. Dr.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rimer, who has four months of
Kaplan are her mother, Mrs. his interneship to complete,
Bertha Rinzler and her brother- will remain here until Feb. 2.
Foreis to Entertain
At Open House Sunday
Just back from a honeymoon
trip to Nassau. Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Forer will be hosts at a
reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday
afternoon at the bride's home,
.Engler, will be assisted by her
sister. Miss Molly Engler.
Mr. and Mrs. Forer were mar-
ried on Jan. 14.
1 He is president of the Emanon
club.
After a month's honeymoon in
Chicago, the couple will return
lien to reside.
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Magician's tricks will
light the youth jamboree
He is a graduate of Emory med- lne Miami Y is planning for grade
Ben Singer of Passaic, N. J. ical school. school children for 4 p.m. Friday.
To celebrate their 40th wed- Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Feb' 7'
ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson are now making their
Max Greenberg were hosts to home at 3411 Day ave., Coco-
members and guests of the Mi- nut Grove,
ami Beach Women's Auxiliary Mrs. Sara Silverman of Coco-
to the Jewish Home for the Aged nut Grove is expecting her son-
ala dessert luncheon Tuesday m.]aw and daughter Dr. and
faSf^ntlr Mrs. L.Stabins and their friends, fopST
Jewish Center Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, of '
Mrs. Juhus Leitz of Cincinnati. Watertown, N. Y., to arrive soon
Ohio, will arrive here Monday to spend the season with her
to spend several weeks with Mrs. Silverman recently had her, 1
her son-in-law and daughter, grandson, Pvt. David Stabins
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosenthal. as her houseguest for the week-
The Rosenthals celebrated their end. Pvt. Stabins is stationed
tilth wedding anniversary Wed- at Boca Raton
flSm. Ml' and,Mrs" L Landau are spending their C is stopping a. the home of
her brother-in-law and sister
,Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, 1243
S. W. Sixth st., while visiting in
Miami Mrs. Alfred Gortes-
man and daughter of New
York are vacationing at the
Vanderbilt hotel, Miami Beach
Milton Wasman is in New
York on business.
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interested in the announce*-
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Dr. Moss is the son of Mr and
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M1AMIANS TO ATTEND
1NERAL ASSEMBLY
.Stanley ('. Myers of Miami will
leave next Friday for Atlantic
City to preside at the 1947 gen-
eral assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
fund*, which convenes Jan. 31 for
a four-day session at the Ambas-
sador hotel. Myers was elected
president of the organization at
last year's assembly in Detroit.
Other Miamians who will rep-
resent the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, one of more than 300
member organizations of the
council, are Mrs. Myers. Max
Orovitz, Abraham Goodman, Irv-
ing Frankel and Morris Klass.
Also planning to attend is Dan-
iel Rosenthal, activities director
of the Miami Y, who will pay
special attention to youth ses-
sions at the assembly. Charles
Cohen, executive director of the
Jewish Social Service bureau.
may also participate in the con-
ferences
Myers, who is Federation chair-
man of the 1947 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal here, said that dele-
gates from Federations and Wel-
fare funds all over the United
States will meet to discuss nation-
al and community Jewish prob-
lems, and will take part in dis-
cussion groups relative to all Fed-
eration activities.
To Attend Seminar
A toutheastern group work
seminar in Houston, Tex., will be
attended by Randy Polansky, ac-
tivities director of the Beach Y,
from Jan. 27 through 31.
The seminar is sponsored an-
nually by Tulane university of
New Orleans.
Babi,
THRIVE
opt foods
trom the
FLATOW TO SPEAK
AT
"Germany As I Saw It" will be
described by Sidney Flatow at the
installation dinner to be held by
the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai
B'rith Sunday evening at the
Latin Quarter.
Flatow won international ac-
claim as an UNRRA "trouble
shooter" when he completely
changed conditions at the Zail-
shein DP camp, of which he later
became director. He was active
in aiding Jewish survivors in
Europe to reach Palestine and
prior to his return to the United
States last year set up an.orphan-
age for 150 Jewish children.
A slate of officers, headed by
Walter C. Kovner, Miami Beach
attorney, will be inducted to of-
fice. Kovner is second president
of the lodge, the organization
having been formed in 1045. He
succeeeds Gorge Bertman.
The Latin Quarter floor show
will entertain guests at the din-
ner-dance.
Hospital Drive Ends
Local Solicitation
Solicitation of local residents
for the Mt. Sinai hospital cam-
paign will not be reinstated until
the end of the Federation drive,
according to Max Orovitz, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Date for resumption of local
solicitation for the hospital is set
for April. The hospital drive will
conclude April 15.
Meanwhile, a check for $150,000
representing a "down payment"
on the intended $3,000,000 Mount
Sinai hospital was given by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, building fund
campaign chairman, to Marcie
Liberman, Mt. Sinai treasurer.
The money has been received
from pledges to date totalling
$158,000 in the $2,500,000 cam-
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RABBIS SEEK FUNDS
FOR DETROIT YESHIVA
A yeshiva which was trans-
planted from Poland during the
war is being conducted in De-
troit, Mich., and two rabbis are
now visiting Greater Miami to
seek funds for the institution.
Rabbi Jacob Hoberman of Con-
gregation Beth Itzchock, Detroit,
Mich., and Rabbi M. A. Kamien,
who recently arrived in America
from Shanghai, are here in the
interest of Yesivath Chachmey
Lublin.
Founded in Lublin, Poland, by
the late Rabbi Meyer Shapiro in
1929, the Yeshivath was uprooted
by the Nazis in 1939.
A graduate of the institution
reorganized it in 1942 in Detroit
and 120 American and Canadian
students now attend the school. A
group of 15 young men recently
arrived from Shanghai to con-
tinue their studies in the Detroit
school.
Rabbis Hoberman and Kamien
have spoken at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and Beth Tfilah
during the past week and expect
to appear before other local con-
gregations.
Rabbi Hoberman may be reach-
ed at Apartment 23, 441 15th st.,
Miami Beach.
Dux Plan Quiz Program
For Sunday Breakfast
Sunday morning breakfast to
be sponsored by the Dux club at
the Miami Y will be a coffee and
donut fest highlighted by a quiz
contest, according to Charles
Zalis, president.
Daniel Rosenthal, activities di-
rector of the Y, will conduct the
quiz program.
In the Y's intramural basket-
ball league, the Dux team is tied
with Sigma Rho for leadership.
The two teams will play at the Y"
Monday night.
High point man in the league is
Don Shackman of the Dux who
scored 31 points in a game against
the Five by Fives this week.
Final score was 48-31 in favor
of the Dux.
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Appointment of Monte Selig as
chairman of the Miami Y corner-
stone laying ceremonies was an-
nounced this week by Leon Kap-
lan, Y president. r:
Date of the cere-
monies has been
changed to Sun-
d a y afternoon,
Feb. 23.
Named to serve
with Selig in ar-
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gram were Max
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Brown, Sam
Seitlin, Ben Es-
sen. Herb Scher,
Charles H. Cohen, Henry Jacob-
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And E. Albeit Pallot, Abe Gold-
man, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, George
Chertkof, Eugene Weiss, Wm. D.
Singer, and Leon Kaplan.
Plans for the event were made
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Leading the league is the Y's
Howie Sarath, who has chalked
up 91 points.
Second half of the league opens
Monday night at the Miami Beach
Senior High school with the Y
slated against Epicure Market at
8.30 p.m. The Y will meet the
American Legion cagers Wednes-
day night.
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Editorial
EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS
Community leaders from the entire South will convene here
Sunday at the Latin Quarter tor the South Florida State Confer
ence of the United Jewish Appeal.
The oresence of distinguished guests and speakers adds to
thetapSSSd W gathering. Those *^^
to attend last year's meeting realize the value Ration
be learned from the eyewitness reports to be presentea.
It was an epochal decision that was taken by more.than 1 70C
American Jewish community leaders recently at the Un edJew
fsh Appeal National Conference, in setting the natonal goal at
$170.000000 lor large-scale overseas relief and rehabi.it,ton
ossislanc* for the upbuilding of the Jewish homelancI in Pataj
line to make possible the maximum absorpt.on of Europe. home
less lews and for the increased aid to newcomers to the United
States. This unprecedented and necessary action wa.taken in
the face of inadequate inter-governmental relief machinery and
in the face of continuing overwhelming needs today confronting
the 1.500.000 Jews of Europe.
In concise, dramatic terms American Jewry will be advised
that only through increased United Jewish Appeal support of he
pUgrams of the Joint Distribution Committee. United Pales me
Weal and United Service for New Americans can the fume
survival and reconstruction of Europe's Jews be assured. Our
leaders will go forth in their respective communities carrying
this message arousing Jewry to again meet their responsibility.
DIVIDED RESPONSIBILITY
Quietly, with a minimum of fanfare, campaign workers foi
the new Mt. Sinai hospital building fund drive have raised
SI 584 000 in less than six weeks since the drive officially opened
December 15. This figure is significant in view of the tact that
while it is the largest ever raised by any voluntary group in
Greater Miami, it came from a comparatively small group ol
civic-minded leaders, and was confined to members of the Jew-
ish community alone, although unsolicited donations from non-
Jews were received.
The standard of giving attained, with some individual con-
tributions as high as S50.000, is attributed to the worthiness of the
cause itself. Just as Mt. Sinai will be an achievement of no
small magnitude, leaders of the drive have set their sights high.
Permanent residents of Miami, they feel, have done their part.
Now it will be up to the visitors and winter residents to assume
their share of the responsibility. A million dollars still remain
to be raised. The campaign scene shifts to Miami Beach, where
special drive headquarters have been set up to direct a series ol
affairs designed to bring in the balance.
In the meantime, the permanent Jewish community, have met
its quota, is girding itself for another arduous task, the raising
of Sl.309,741 for the Combined Jewish Appeal. The figure rep-
resents an increase of S526.741 over last year, and will be used
for the support of ten local charitable agencies and 42 others,
national and international in scope.
Huge as these sums may be, there is little doubt but that they
will be attained. Just as members of the Jewish community
gave to the support of Mt. Sinai hospital, we are confident they
will continue to give for the relief of their more unfortunate
brothers the world over.
JWV Woman to Honor
National President
Plans for entertaining the na-
tional president of the Jewtah
War Veterans ladies auxiliary
will be discussed at a meeting oi
the Miami Beach auxiliary Wed-
v evening. Feb. 5 at the
American Legion home, 1828 ai
ton id. according to Mrs. Sol
Jaffe, president. .
Miss Tina Brill, of Chicaao.
national president, will arrive
ere Feb. 23 and among the
events she will attend is the JWV
military ball planned for that eve-
ning at the Beach Elks lodge
Meanwhile the Beach auxiliary
is in the midst of a membership
Irive under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Willard H. Bender, 1019
Fourth st.
Mrs. Jaffe pointed out that
membership is open to mothers,
wives, sisters, daughters, grand-
mothers and grand-daughters are
eligible to join the organization.
Major work of the auxiliary is
preparation and presentation of
gifts to disabled veterans and
widows and orphans of war dead.
Mrs. Jaffe said. .Members are not j
called upon for nursing duties,
she emphasized.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 19J
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JSSB TO INCREASE
PROFESSIONAL STAFF
Following a decision of the
JSSB board of directors, the pro-
:'. ssional staff of the Jewish So-
cial Service bureau is to be in-
creased.
Charles Cohen, executive direc-
tor of the bureau, will leave for
New York next week to interview
applicants for case work and
supervisory positions.
Cohen raid this week that a
larger professional staff would be
d to conduct the proposed
program of the bureau.
The program is to include ser-
vice to emigrees, service to the
Jewish Home for the Aged, pcr-
s n,,l and family counselling to
pe.sons needing such services as
v. ell as financial assistance, out-
P'.st service four nights a week
a! 1 mmunal centers.
Also contemplated is limited
: u't and protective service, lim-
,tec. consultation service to the
V's ard other community centers.
service to out-of-town agencies
or persons tnd service to the
Baror. de Hir&ch Loan fund.
RAY LEV TO GIVE FIRST PUBLIC PERFORMANCE
OF COMPOSITION WRITTEN BY LOCAL VETERAN
First public performance of a the patio of the school following
composition written by a young the concert.
Coral Gables veteran will be in- Hostesses will be the Mesdames.
eluded in the piano recital of Miss Carl Wcinkle. Milton S:: kin. Carl
Ray Lev who will appear at the Susskind. Leo Hubern.an. Benja-
Miami Beach Senior High school min Goldstein, Ada Joseph, El-
CONFERENCE AT MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY
PALESTINE WAR HERO TO SPARK STATE UJA
(Continued front Page I) break of the war in 1939 and since
Apte. a noted Tampa bus n then has dev ited all her time and
leader, added: "The Jewish com- efforts to aiding in the recovery
munity leaders of South Florida of the Jews in Europe and other
will draft plans to provide through
the United Jewish Appeal for
overseas relief and rehaoilitatii in,
for the upbuilding of the Jewish
homeland in Palestine to facili-
tate the maximum absorption of
Europe's homeless Jews and for
refugee aid to Jewish immigrants
reaching the United States."
"One out of every six Jews in
Europe is today living in a dis-
placed persons camp in Germany.
war-affected areas. A Smith col-
graduate, Mrs Lawrence has.
in addition to her work in behalf
of the United Jewish Appeal.
played an important role in public
and community service work in
New York.
Greater Miami members of the
sponsoring committee are Sam
Blank. Shepard Broad. Harold
Cohen, Harry Cornblum, Mrs
Max Dobrin, Frank Frankel. Sam-
ISENBERG ACCEPTS
DRIVE LEADERSHIP
Chairmanship of the Sholem
lodge. B'nai B'rith membership
drive lias been accepted by Mich-
ael M. Isenberg. Miami attorney,
according to Sam Silver, presi-
dent,
A veteran of five years' Army
service. Isenberg was at one time
chief of the law department of
the provost marshall general
school which trains all military
police officers for the U. S army.
During the March membership
drive his chief co-worker will be
Alex Cohen.
Austria or Italy," Mr. Apte added. uei Fnedland, Moses Ginsberg.
"These 250,000 peoplewho in-
clude many thousands of chil-
drenmust be sustained, physic-
ally and spiritually, until a per-
manent solution of their plight is
effectuated."
During the war. John W.
Vandercook covered the fighting
fronts as a national network com-
mentator and correspondent. He
was one of the first reporters to
visit the notorious Buchenwald
concentration camp. He also re-
ported the fighting at Anzio
Beach and accompanied the first
contingent of troops who invaded
Normandy.
Sidney Flatow won internation-
al acclaim as an UNRRA "trouble
shooter" when he cleaned up the
shocking conditions prevailing at
the Zeilshein DP camp, of which
he later became director.
Mrs. Barbara Lawrence retired
from commercial life at the out-
Abraham Goodman. Charles
Greenfield. Harry Harris. Benja-
min Kane-. Marcie Liberman, Sam
Luby. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C
Myers, Max Orovitz. Joseph Rich-
ter. Dan Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs
Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, Wm. D.
Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph R.
Stein. Arthur A. Ungar, Carl
Weinkle. Leonard Wien and
Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Representing other Florida
cities on the committee arc Chas.
Adler, Tampa; Harry Blumberg,
Lakeland; Martin Dubbin. West
Palm Beach; Benjamin Duke, Ft.
Pierce; James C. Heller, Orlando;
Mrs. Michael Kahn. Sebring;
Joseph Pearlman. Key West-
Charles Reiss, Ft. Lauderdale;
Fred Poller, Ft. Myers; A. J. Dia-
mond, Hollywood; Henry Nadel-
man, Sarasota, and Abraham
Sierkese, St. Petersburg.
Two Local Appearances
Scheduled for Rubinoff
Tickets for the Rubinoff con-
cert.-, went or. sale this week at
the mezzanine floor of Burdine's
and may be purchased between
10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily.
Rubinoff. internationally noted
concert violinist, will appe
the Bayfront Park auditorium
and the Miami Beach Senior
High school Feb. 11 and 12 under
ponsorship of the AMVETS
according to Claude Morgan and
Phil Ban, cochairman of the con-
cert committee.
The concerts will be for the
benefit of the American Veterans
of World War II (AMVETS)
fare and building fund.
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday under the
auspices of the Community Con-
cert scries of the Beach Y.
The composition. "Midnight
Soho," is the first movement of
the London suite by Joseph Har-
nell. 706 Alhambra circle, who is
sure to be one of the most inter-
ested listeners at tomorrow's
concert.
Unsuccessful in his attempts to
have his work published in New
York. Harnell was advised to get
a noted performer to introduce
his composition.
"I had heard how *j .iipathetic
Miss Lev is toward struggling
young composers, so I asked her
to give me a chance-." he says.
Miss Lev is planning to play
the four movements cf his suite
in Carnegie Hall. New York, this
spring.
Harnell describes the first
movement as a short descriptive
passage depicting the strange,
eerie atmosphere of Soho. ,
The piece was written while
Harnell was attending Trinity
college- m London on a scholar-
ship he received while 111 the
Army.
Also on the program will be
selections which were dedicated
to Miss Lev"Toccata Guate-
mala" by Sam Morgan-tern and
"Gazelle" and "Intermezzo" by
Manna-Zucca of Miami.
A reception in honor of Miss
Lev will be tendered by the Y in
liot Winterfield, Louis Fleisch- I
man, George Bertman. Wilharr. >J
Bernstein. Leo Chaikin. Benjamin %
Blumberg, Aaron Cohen, Rhoda j
Lev inc.
And the Mesdames Leonard -
Rusnak, Louis Sigal. Walter Voll- M
weiler, Harry Zukermi k. Joseph ..
Rambam, Jack Mara.:;. Charles
Bender, M. B. Cirhn, Irving
Frankel, Nat Hankoff. Louis He-
man, David Isen. Max Meiscl,J
David Phillips, Samuel A. Ri*
kind. S. W. Shapiro, Harold Turk,
and Nat L. William*
The complete cone:- program
will be:
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1 An-anftd for piano 1 lias Lev]
1:.....lo HI l>..........
sonala in e' major
Prom "Music r-.i e-;
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Toe .0.1 Guatemala S 11
(nwMcatetl i" M
Mi.li.iuli: Soho llirJ
1 Klmt pel torn < A .
Two piece*
cl i-.ti.-init-1 to M
El Ida 111 E mator.
major..
i-lii-i/... 111 II flat mil

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University of Wisconsin, will dis-
cuss "Whither World Jewrv'
a meeting of the Temple
bnolom Men's club at 8:15
Tuesday evening at the
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Playwright Honored
Arthur Wolfson of New York.
playwright, compose: and iinl
was honored at an affair held as
the home of Mr. and Mrs. &
Shubov. 420 Jeffer.-
urday evening. Jan. 11-
Mr. Wolfson read
own three-act phi
Kulick." A discus
work followed.
Refreshments
Mrs. Shubov.
pie. including several
bers and friends o
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VOLUME 20 NUMBER
Friday. January 24. 1947
SHEVAT 3. 5707
On Zionist Broadcast
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, P
dent of the Miami Beach f5''oup .
Hadassah, was guest
the "Palestine Reports prog'
on Station WKAT Sunday
ning.
Sponsored by the Miami
Zionist district, the proS""1
conducted by Al Stona at
p.m. each Sunday.
Weekly luncheons of the.?L
trict are held Wediv
noon at the National
nett E. Marks, vice P''^1*"^
the Arizona district of the Zi"
Organization of America,
dressed the meeting this wet*
Make your dimes march
that others may walk- >l
THE MARCH OF DIMES.


)AY. JANUARY 24, 1947
f-Jewlst ncrMlar
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PAGE FIVE
ENTERTAINS MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
Mrs. Harold Turk, membership chairman of the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women,
Sertained her committee at a luncheon recently at the Wofford hotel. During the business
ting which followed plans were formulated for a membership drive. Since the Miami
i chapter's "inception in May, 1946, its membership has tripled.
ed at the luncheon are Mrs. Turk, her co chairmenMrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Jean
-p. Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, president of the chapter, and Mrs. Alexander Libow, Mrs. Harry
_fman. Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. George J.
TalianoH. Mrs. Lillian Ornt. Mrs. David Alpert. Mrs. Witt Mrs. Arthur Frishman, Mrs. Harry
Day, Mrs. Bessie Epstein, Mrs. Paul Weitzman, and Mrs. David Isen.Ardmore photo.
Donor Luncheon Plans
To Concern Local JCRS
The Greater Miami auxiliary of
the Jewish Consumptive Relief
society will meet at 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the Miami Reach Jewish
Center to make final plans for the
donor luncheon at the Beach-
comber. Feb. 12.
The meeting has been set as the
deadline for copy and advertising
for the Auxiliary Journal, ac-
oording to Mrs. Harry Dinner-
stem, chairman of the publication
committee.
Miss Malvina Weiss, assistant
principal of the Miami Beach Ele-
mentary school, will be the fea-
tured speaker Monday night.
Young men and women who
ga*; to apply for positions as
ellors for the Miami Y sum-
home camp may do so by
ting Daniel Rosenthal. ac
director, at the Y.
Lawyers to Confer1
Lawyers' division of the 1947
Combined Jewish Appeal will
meet at 12:30 p.m. today in the
Downtown Club restaurant with
Arthur Friedman and E. Max
Goldstein, division chairmen.
David Phillips, chairman of the
winter residents division, held a
meeting with his Workers yester-
day to check prospect lists arid
discuss plans for organization of
the division.
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Mrs. Bessie Weissman, chair-
man of the Chicago council of 22
Pioneer Women's clubs, will be
guest of honor at an affair to be
held at the home of Mrs. Celia
Rubin, 950 Pennsylvania ave.,
next Wednesday evening by the
Pioneer Women's organization,
club number two of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Weissman, who is cultural
regional director of PWO in the
midwestern states, will review
Ludwig Lewisohn's "Renegades."
Mrs. May Rosenstein will be the
hostess of the evening. Friends
and members are invited to at-
tend.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 167H8
Re: Kstate of HERBERT B. MOO-
MAW, deceased.
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL.
DISCHARGE
NOTICE In hereby Riven that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Herbert li. Moomaw. de-
ceased; and that on the 7th day of
February, 1947, I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
Judifl of Oade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Herbert B. Moomaw, de-
ceased.
This 20th day of January, 1947.
CORA M. .MOOMAW.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executrix.
1/24-31 2/7-14
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage to
business under the fictitious name of
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Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Dade County. Florida
MORRIS CENZAR.
Bole Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN & 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 oT
NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND
RESTAURANT, at 1690 S. W. 8th St.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULIUS NADLER
ELLIS SAMESS
BERTHA SAMESS
WILLIAM L. PALLOT.
Attorney for Applicant,
1214 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE STYLE SHOP, at 1730 N. W.
36th St., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN,
Sole Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21 >
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JUOB RICH CO. OF MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA (not Inc.), at 742 N. W. 62nd St.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN MANNEY
ALBERT MANNEY
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HAP'8 MEN'S WEAR, at 176 W.
Flagler Street, Miami, Ma., Intend
to register said name wiih the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
AARON E. FREILICH
RONALD V. KENT
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged hi busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
a-KAN CREEK APARTMENTS, at
V.'Tii-.V.iSO Indian Creek Drive. Miami
Beach, Fla., and Intend to register the
said fictitious name in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL WEINER
BELLA WEINEH,
Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorneys fur Applicants.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
LABELLB APARTMENTS, at 1195
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Fla.,
and Intend to register the said ficti-
tious name In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL WEINER
BELLA WEINER
Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicants.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TONY'S RESTAURANT, Intends to
register the said name with the Qlerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
TONY JACOVIDES
ALFRED KHEIKI.ER,
818 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney-at-Ijiw.
1/10-17-94-91 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
the restaurant business under the
fictitious name of 1SAHAMA, at 3890
N. W. Third Street, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL 1IYMAN
PHILIP R. WARSHAW
Co-partners.
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Appll^^nt.
1/in-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE MANDW1CH SHOPS, at
1415 N. E. find Ave., Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register s>id name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN ZEISEL,
Sole Owner.
1/10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
l,u~.irif>--- umir ihe fictitious name of
lil.ENMONT RADIO A APPLIANCE
CO. (not Inc.), In the City of Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. .___
IRVING J. PLASKOFF
EDWARD H. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY MFG. & DISTIUBUTING
CO, (not Inc.). at 2829 S. W. Bird
Road, Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY GOTTLIEB.
Sole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN.
Attorney for Murray Gottlieb.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300
S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.________
BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31 ______.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
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,
650 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. LEIBOWITZ.
Sole 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 fjctitloua name of
SCHaFFV.R'S PLUMBING CO.. Not
Inc.. at 821 S. W. 18th Ave. Miami
intends to register said name wlthth.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County. Florida. mttavmBMm
SAMUEL M. SirHArFER^
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
12/27 l/-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under kl#1*J
BLUEBIRD CLEANERS, at 12o0 S W.
22nd Street (Coral Way). aVIJfi
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of PM
County, Florida. _,..-_
ROBERT LEVINE
JOSEPH HARRY KRISSEL
1/17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HUSK SUNDRIES, at 3 S. W. 2nd
Ave Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County.jFloridaXMET
ROSE H. SAMET
1/3-10-17-24-31 ____.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1rlda- MACK rOHAN^|V
MURRAY GLACKMAN
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
1/17-24-31 2/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at
45 N E 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,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/10-17-84-81 2/T
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the "cUtlous name of
PEPPERS SURPLUS & BAIATAOH.
it 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami.
Florida: Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Coun.y.^Florida. 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 Jn
business under he fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at.141..
N E. 2nd Ave., Intends to reglstir
said name with the Clerk of thep C r-
r-ult Couri "' nado County, Florida,
cult t-our ^^ ZEISEL.
Sole Owner.
1/10-


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1947
Sunday, January 26th
at the
atin SuaAteA,
Palm Island. Miami Beach
MORNING SESSION: 10 O'CLOCK
LUNCHEON: 12:30 P. M.
AFTERNOON SESSION: 3 O'CLOCK

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of the
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
For Refugees. Overseas Xeeds anil Palestine
For Relief. Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Europe's
1,500,000 Jewish Survivors
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TjS^^SSSZ in,.. SIDNEY FLAT0W MRS BARBARA LAWRENCE
A/,orTnd ?xXer ,0" Doctor ojfthe Zeilshe.m. Noted Leader-u^idely acclaimed
Germany, Displaced Persons Camp as an eloquent pleader in behalf
of our oppressed brethren
DR. ISAAC BEN AHARON
Palestine u-ar heroFounder of
Palestine s best known Settle-
ments
MIAMI SPONSORS QTHTP millMnni
SAM BLANK STANLEY c ___ STATE SPONSORS
SHEPARD BROAD MRS. STANLEY C MYERS c ^^ APTE ~ Tampa" Florida
HAROLD COHEN MAX OR0VIT7 :vll'Kb State Cha,rman-United Jewish Appeal
HARRY CORNBLUM JOSEPH RICHTFR CHARLES ADLER.......... mntl -.,
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UDAY. JANUARY 24. 1947
CJA ORGANIZES
WOMEN'S CROUP
B'or the first time in the history
of Greater Miami's Combined
Jewish Appeal a separate wom-
en's division has been organized
to assist in fund raising. The
147 goal is $1,309,741. with the
drive scheduled to begin March
2, lasting through March 12.
i'Mrs. Stanley C. Myers heads
the division with Mrs. Monte
Selig, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan as cochairmen.
Additional campaign appoint-
ments were made this week by
anley C. Myers, chairman of
1947 CJA.
Joining the list of trades divi-
bn chairmen are Jacob Sher,
\o will head the amusements
rision; Max Nankin, shoe di-
kion, and Sol C. Finn, insurance
Vision.
VAAD DIRECTOR
ISSUES WARNING
Jewish residents were warned
this week that several stores have
falsely claimed to be under super-
vision of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth. *
In a statement to the public,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
rector of the vaad, declared:
**In behalf of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth I wish to in-
form you that we recommend as
koaher only the stores which we
supervise and endorse. We warn
you not to take the word of any
person who tells you that a cer-
tain store is under our supervision
unless you see the sign of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
there.
"No fowl can be recommended
by us as kosher unless it bears
the ring of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth. No other rjng
or other sign is supervised, con-
trailed or endorsed by us.
^We were informed that some
stores claim to be under our
IMpervision. We therefore warn
Hi to look for our sign and ask
far our plumbas."
A DOLL HOUSE
Ifrtth 3 bedrooms; clean as a pin.
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Coral Gables Children
Attend Splash Party
Coral Gables youngsters will
be entertained by the Gables Jew-
ish Center group at a "splash
party" from 10:30 a.m. Saturday
at the Venetian pool.
Girls and boys up to the age
of 18 have been invited free of
charge. Guests will bring picnic
lunches and the Center will serve
dessert.
Races are being planned for
swimmers and non-swimmers. In
charge of the affair are the youth
committee chairmen, Milton Klein
and Mrs. A. Edgar Miller.
Dr. Charles R. Foster, dean of
the University of Miami school
of education, will be guest speak-
er at the Center's Feb. 2 meeting
at the Hillel house. He will be
introduced by Dr. Leonard Glick-
stein.
Next social affair is the Valen-
tine's party to be held Feb. 15
at the Coral Gables Women's
club. It will be highlighted by a
burlesque fashion show in which
male members of the Center will
participate. Mrs. Sidney Lewis
will give the commentary and
Mrs. Miller will direct a Virginia
reel.
Rehearsals are now being held
by children of the Center's Sun-
day school for a Purim play to be
presented in March.
Spinoza Forum to Hear
Canadian Author
Emeric Sala, Canadian business
executive and author of the book
"This Earth One Country," will
be guest speaker 3 p.m. Saturday
at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th
st., Miami Beach.
Dr. Morris Schneer of New
York lectures on "Undstanding
Yourself" on Monday evenings
and Charles H. Lee speaks on
"The Heavens" on Tuesday eve-
nings. Thursday evenings the for-
um joins the "Town Meetings
of the Air," continuing the dis-
cussion after the broadcast.
Dr. Harry E. Fry
Dr. Carleton Yaughan
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The Management of
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Announces
An Advance in Prices of Single Graves
and Family Plots
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1947
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director
Olympla Building Phone 3-3720
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PAGE SEVEN
Miami Zionists to Hear
Women's View of Parley
The woman's side of the World
Zionist Congress won't be neg-
lected when the Miami Zionist
district sponsors a report meeting
on the congress at Temple Israel
Wednesday evening at Temple
Israel.
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach group of
Hadassah, and Mrs. Shepard
Broad, who accompanied their
husbands to the parley in Basle,
Switzerland, will describe their
experiences abroad.
Broad and Goodman, who at-
tended the congress as delegates
of the General Zionists, will out-
line the work accomplished at
Switzerland.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will ad-
dress the gathering and stress the
importance of supporting the
Zionist movement. Announce-
ment of a new membership drive
to be conducted in February will
be made by Burnett Roth, presi-
dent.
Junior League to End
Play at Beach Y Sunday
Final competition in the Beach
Y's teen-age basketball league 11
a.m. Sunday morning will end
nine weeks of play among six
teams.
Competing for the second half
crown will be the Playboys, win-
ners of the first half, and the
South Beach Comets, now tied
for the second half leadership.
National ADL Chairman
To Speak at Jacksonville
District executive committee-
men of B'nai B'rith will hear an
address by Justice Meier Stein-
brink, national chairman of the
Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith, during their three-day
meeting at the Seminole hotel in
Jacksonville, Jan. 25 through 27.
Justice Steinbrink, member of
the New York supreme court, will
speak at a banquet to be tendered
Sunday evening by the Jackson-
ville lodge of which Arthur Gut-
man is president.
Attending the meeting from
this area will be Louis Heiman,
who is first vice president of the
fifth district; Mrs. Sam B. Miller
and George J. Talianoff.
Talianoff, Florida regional di-
rector of ADL, is to make a re-
port on his work. Also reporting
on ADL will be Alex Miller,
southeastern director.
Site of the next district con-
vention, tentatively set for Mi-
ami Beach, will be approved. The
committee will also discuss Hillel,
the B'nai B'rith Youth organiza-
tion and the postwar program of
service to veterans in hospitals.
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AJC Director Slated
To Address Miami Group
Bernard Gittleson, acting direc-
tor of the American Jewish Con-
gress, will address a meeting of
the Miami Women's division of
AJC at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Beth
David auditorium.
Gittleson was instrumental in
drawing up the Ives-Quinn bill
which prohibits discrimination in
employment in New York.
A musicale will follow the
meeting at which Mrs. Joseph
Fine will preside.
Financial reports on journal ad-
vertisements and the Feb. 4 card
party will be made.
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Mffi eksht
Package Is Admission
To Congregation Party
A package of new merchandise
will be admission to the party
which the Miami Hebrew School
and Junior Congregation will
sponsor at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday
in the Biscayne temple, 115 N.W.
15th ave.
Mrs. Milton Weiner is chairman
of the event which will include
entertainment, an auction and re-
freshments.
Beach Hadassah Starts
Fund Raising Effort
With the distribution of sub-
scription books. th Miami Beacr.
group of Hadassah has inaugur-
ated a fund raising campaign to
meet its quota in a national
to assist Hadassah's three major
projectsYouth Aliyah. J<
National Fund and child welfan
and vocational education.
In charge of the campaign are
Mrs. Milton Wolf, Mrs. Carl Wcin-
kle. Mrs. Leo Chaikii Mrs. Ben-
Names of new board members I jamin Goldstein, Mrs. M. K<.
were announced at a meeting; stein and Mrs. Harold Vinson.
Wednesdav evening. They are j Members who meet
William Clein, Morris Kotkin, dividual quotas will be guests
Mrs. Nathan Braunstein, Mrs. i the chapter a
Sam Blank, Mr. and Mrs. George
Stone, Ben Efronson, Mrs. Ben
Stone. Mrs. Hershey Glantz and
Mrs. Mary Weingrow.
Miltor. Weiner was elected
chairman of the bylaws commit-
tee. Named to serve with him
were Ed Becker. Mac Apfelbaum.
Nat Blur.-.bcrg, Mrs. Morris Of-
sowitz. Max Jacobskind and Mrs.
E. A. Moss.
Plans for the organization's
Purirr. Ball are being made. The
event, to be held March 2 at the
AMVETS ballroom, will include
music by Manny Gates orchestra
and an entertainment program
prepared by Mrs. Max Jacobs-
kind, chairman of membership,
and her committee.
Information concerning the af-
fair may be obtained from Mrs.
Ed. Becker, 1121 S W. Second St.
luncheon to be held lose oI
the drive.
The current members] ip can
paign will be conducted 30 n
days ending with the Februar)
meeting, according to an au-
nouncement by the chaii
Mrs. Joseph B. Po::
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT
FOR CJA CAMPAIGN
A call for volunteer office work-
ers to assist in the Combined
Jewish Appeal impaign was is-
sued this week by Mrs Benjamin
Sherry, chairman of the volun-
teers d.vision.
Typists, stenographers, filing
clerks, proof readers are needed
as are a commercial artist and a
photographer, she said.
Volunteers may report to Sam
Goodman at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation offices in the
Congress bldg.
Synagogue Dedication
Set for February 16
Formal dedication of
Tfilah synagogue. 935 Euclid
has been tentatively set for Sun-
day, Feb. 16. according to Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Completion of the build::.: :.-
expected by that date. Pli
ing w. s I gun this week.
The synagogue has been in use
since the High Holidays. Con-
struction was begun early last
sum::.
Two Parties Planned
For Lear Classes
Parties foi the graduating class j
>te S?"*"
I this wwkend
,r Lear s hool, 1010 Uest a%e.
This eveninj I e school's Gen-
. ,: Organization will give tne
:: lies consisting of ong-
skits and s ngs at a farewell
rm gradu-
chool students will
pate.
A. tely 100 children are
| atl pool party
,,nd ': er planned for the
te grades tomorrow
,; and contests
vill 1 I ired and prizes will
:. ::.
.. Norton. New V rk
red as Musette
:n the local product:, n of "La Bo-
foi the Lear school
.:- Wednesday. Another re-
cent guest ,::::.-: was Syd Skolsky.
usic and author of
With Music."
Art ex il its sei t each month
. m th New York Modern Mus-
d at the
The current exhibit is
Model A: lists Look at
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 24,
Y EDITOR NAMED
Mrs, Milton Sachs, 1533 S. W
Third St.. has beer, appointed
editor of th ntl ly News Bul-
t< tin : d j : e Miami Y. The!
appointment was made by Ted
Sakowitz, chairman of th
Ization's publicity committ.
FDR Review Scheduled
Edward Clarke of the Uni-
versity of Miami faculty will be
guest speaker ai the next meet-
ing of the Miami Beach chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women to be
held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the
National hole! auditorium.
Clarke will review the "Life of
Roosevelt" by McKenzie. Re-
freshments will be served.
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D Phi E Alumnae Plan
Round Up Luncheon
Thcta alumnae chapter of Del-
ta Phi Epsilon sorority is planning
a "round up" luncheon for 1 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. I, in the Shell
room ol the Colonial hotel.
Purpose of the luncheon is to
bring together all D Phi E mem-
bers now residing or visiting in
Greater Miami.
Details of the chapter's local
servic project will be revealed
and MiSS Natalie Sandra Frankel,
alumnae liaison officer, will re-
port on activities of the Univers-
ity of Miami undergraduate chap-
ter.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made during the morning
hours with Mrs. Joel P. Newman,
608 West 51 St., Miami Beaach.
Lehrman to Conduct
Baccalaureate Service
Ru'oi : Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
cor.duct the service and deliver
the sermon at the baccalaureate
program to be presented in honor
of the graduating class of the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school.
The program is scheduled for
Sunday evening at the high
school auditorium.
National YPL President!
To Address Beach GrouJ
Seymour Poles, national preJ
dent of the Young People's leapl
of United Synagogues, will a
dress a meeting of the Yoiasl
People's league of the Mini
Beach Jewish-Center Monday eVe.|
ning at the Center.
Poles, who is also president rf|
the Hartford, Conn., chapter n(
YPL, is visiting here with Bera.1
Cantor, organizer and preside"
of the Rockville, Conn., ypV *
chapter.
They will be guests at the Beach ]
meeting on their return from a
trip to Havana.
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PAGE NINE
IS CHIEF Iran
TO
cycie
Samlin Rnsr.rr, 15. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosner, 1515
Euclid ave., Miami Beach, is go-
ing to walk auain and ride a bi-
[ and go roller skating
ing her eventual release
the polio ward at Jackson
rial hospital, where she has
been under treatment for almost
year. She was stricken in April
of last year's polio epidemic.
In the polio ward, where 17
other children are undergoing
treatments paid for with funds-
raised ti.nm^h tiie annual March
of Dimes campaigns, Sandra is
the chiei advisor to the kiddies.
From he:- wheel chair, she an-
wers their questions and gives
them encouraging advice, with a
playing around her lips
it not so long ago were tightly
pressed together in bravery dur-
ing the excruciating agony occa-
sioned by the treatments
Sandra gestures with hands to
which, under treatment, have
bean returned the muscle power
by which she again is able to use
them. She flexes her fingers and
'rfritCS letters. Five months ago
her hands were limp and useless
from the paralysis visited upon
her by polio.
"We'll all get well if the people
of Dade county keep generous
contributions coming into the
March of Dimes." says Sandra.
"If we didn't feel that way, we
wouldn't get well. Everyone here
deeply appreciates the gifts sent
by relatives and other sympathic
people. All of us will welcome the
day when we are free again to
walk and assist in raising money
in future March of Dimes drives."
SANDRAROSNER
TO ELECT SECRETARY
Election of a new correspond-
ing secretary will concern mem-
bers of the Emma Lazarus chapter
Of B'nai B'rith Women during a
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Beach Y
Plans for a renewed member-
ship drive will also be discussed.
Date of Benefit Party-
Changed to February 1
Change in plans for a card par-
ty to be held at the Workmen's
Circle lyceum, 25 Washington
ave., was announced this week by
Nathan Lebedinsky.
The party, which will benefit
the Deborah Sanitorium in New
Jersey, will be held on Saturday
evening, Feb. 1, instead of Jan.
27 as originally scheduled.
Sponsor of the event is the
Ladies club of the Beach Work-
men's Circle. Lebedinsky is a rep-
resentative of the sanitorium.
New Members Inducted
New members of the Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes were inducted
at a meeting held in the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
synagogue Wednesday evening,
Jan. 15.
Mrs. S. Geltner opened the
meeting with a prayer and re-
viewed the past month's work. A
financial report was given by Mrs.
Sarah Stone. Mrs. Joseph Malek,
president, reported on the prog-
ress of the current membership
drive.
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Rehabilitation will be the theme
of the monthly meeting which
the Miami Beach Women's di-
vision, American Jewish Congress,
will hold at 1:30 p.m. Monday at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
according to Mrs. Louis Glasser,
p.esident.
Guest speakers will be Dr. Ev-
erett Clinchy, president of the
American Brotherhood of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, and Roy Blumenthal,
national director or the AJC pub-
licity department.
AJC's rehabilitation program
has many facets. For the Beach
division, Mrs. Samuel Lipton is
in charge of the foster parent
plan, a means of overseas relief
by which war ravaged youngsters
of Europe are rescued and estab-
lished in six Congress homes
abroad.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff has
charge of the refugee housing
project. Chairmen of the over-
seas clothing program are Mrs.
Alexander Kogan and Mrs. A. J.
Tobin. Mrs. Kogan will accept
clothing at Alexander Furs, 716
Lincoln rd.
Mrs. Irving Genet, concert pi-
anist, will present several musical
selections at the meeting Mon-
day. Refreshments and a social
hour will follow the program.
Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, chair-
man of the year book, will be on
hand to distribute advertising
blanks. The year book will be
published in conjunction with the
annual donor luncheon honoring
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise.
Miss Clara Goldenberg and Mrs.
Lester Stepner are chairmen of
the luncheon which will take
place at the Latin Quarter early
in March.
A card and mah jongg party
will be held by the organization
at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the National
hotel. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
and Mrs. Herbert Greenberg are
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PAGE TEN
Brotherhood President
To Arrive Today
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy,
dent of the American B:
hcod, sponsored by the Nal
Conference of Christians and
Jews, will arrive in Miami I
LEHMAN URGES
i1
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hill
JTA Even
A. W. Gottschall, direct I many as 200.000 Jews in en-
Miami Round Tab!'. --
number of speakii 11 igemi nts ..
for Dr. Clinchy at thi Shelborne
hotel. King Cole h tel, Gi
'.' Allist :
1.300.000 in
merG v
meetii
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hotel. W iti
Bead an I i e Boca Raton club.
In additu : he w I 'th a
number of con plan 1
ervance of Broi
W k, Feb. 16-23.
President T
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n-hood Wei k Th H n iin Wi- gei
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They are Ju secre-
tary, and Edward Roscnblum.
fifth district.
A dis< ussi n i :' the 1947 n
of the lodge will
ght the luncheon.
Offici rs uf the Mi in i Beach
will meet with Sholem of-
ng the
lunchi n I ci nier with Fisher
and Roscnblum on plans for the
ict convention to be held
.r. Miami Beach in June.
than 400 delegates are
ted to attend the convention
: gia, Virginia. Maryland,
th Ca lina, South Carolina.
nd the District of Col-
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Lady Bowlers Organize
Organization of the Miami Y
[Women's bowling league began
last week with 28 entrants. A
short league of two months is be-
I ing held to determine permanent
handicaps before a full-length
-.,. is started.
The league meets each Wednes-
day evening at the Recreation
Bowline alleys. 301 S. Miami ave.
Sisterhood to Elect
Members of Beth Tfilah Sister-
hood will elect officers at a meet-
ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
synagogue. 935 Euclid ave. Rabbi
h F. Rackovsky will address
the group on "The Importance of
Synagogue."
Alexander F. Miller, director of
the southeastern regional office,
Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith in Atlanta, will lecture on
important current developments
in the South during the spring
term of Georgia People's school
which begins April 7. The school
will be conducted by the Georgia
Workers Education Service, a
non-profit association dedicated
to adult education throughout
Georgia.
If* *!**! Ift!
i]9NMpMi SS* qpw ff*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
PARTITION INDICATED
CAPE TOWN (JTAj-MotAI
Kentridge, Transvaal member ,j
the South African IWl,amen,
told a Zionist meeting here that
Britain's Prime Minister ClemJL
R. Attlee and Foreign SecnSI
Ernest Bevin had convinced him "
during his recent visit to Britain"'
that the British Government.^L
anxious to come to "a reasonable'
settlement in Palestine n J
basis of partition. If partition ha ft
been accepted as a solution a few 1
years ago. many thousands d\
Jewish lives might have been
saved, he added.
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An evening of motion pictures
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by the Greater Miami
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and "The House I Live In." star-
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PAGE ELEVEN
SDitectaAy, o% SAtaleA Miami
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ai Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder.
are.
jYiday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum
t?5 Pm- ^RaPbl Mescheloff will lecture on the theme: "Religious
rritice. Cantor Feder will lead in communal singing. Saturday
^rning services at 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva of Robert, son of Mr. and
i. David Aronovitz. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the Bar-
zva boy. Intermediate services at 9 a.m., under the supervision
I the Board of Education. Junior congregation at 10 a.m. under
fc;supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddish of refresh-
gents served to both youth groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner and a
bto.hood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. J. Frecdman
* charge Mincha at 5:30 followed by Shaloi Sudos. Rabbi Mes-
fceloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at 6:10 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach.
E. Rackovsky.
Friday Mindia service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday
mmyon 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will
Mak Mincha 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Israel
Twersky, the "ko/enitzer Rebbi," will be guest speaker. Daily ser-
vices 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 S. W.
17lh ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabalos Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m.,
AZA youth service. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Redeeming Our
Youth. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis will be hosts for the evening and
will serve refreshments. Sabbath service, 8:30 a.m. Saturday. The
rabbi will speak on "Can We Reason With Miracles?" Youth ser-
vice K):4.) a ni. in the synagogue. Lila Pearl will discuss the portion
the week. Mincha. 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Sunday
morning Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m., sponsored by Mr. and Mrs
William Clein. Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg will be
Hostesses.
CONSERVATIVE
y CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor
Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of
^Is.p.9we,skv- Maurice Shurofsky, professor of Hebrew and Eng-
ish at the Lniversity of Wisconsin, will be guest speaker. He will
aiscuss the subject: -Whither World Jewry?" A reception in the
auditorium will follow immediately after the services. Sabbath
services, 8:30 a.m. Richard Sepler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Eber
will become Bar Mitzva. Students services, 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva
Breakfast club, sponsored by the P.T.A., 8:45 a.m. Sunday
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, executive director.
Friday evening service, 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services
8:15 p.m. Kabbi Lehrman will preach on "MosesArchitect of Our
2Sfly-", T,"s,wl11 bl' H>e first in a series of three lectures on
lants of Israel. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the service
ed by the choir. Saturday morning service, 8:45 a.m. The
will preach on the weekly portion of the law. The Bar
Iras of three boys will be celebrated. They are Arthur Rubin
>f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kubin; Bernard S. Yedlin, son of Mr. and
Meyer Yedlin, and Laurence M. Stuts, son of Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Stuts. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday
^KMarash. executive director of the Beach Y, will be guest speaker.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Fn.l iv evening service. 8:15 p.m. RabTTKronish will speak on
9 Philosophies." This will be the second in a series of six ser-
Me on the contribution of Judaism and Democracy to a free world
Bath service, 10:45 a.m. Ned Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
non. will become Bar Mitzva. Cantor Kelemer will render the
musical portions at all services.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. MiamL Rabbi Colman A.
Zwilman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
abbath evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Albert A. Miehels
B^tor of tho University of Miami Hillel foundation, will speak on
Subject: "Jewish Youth Fares the Future." A reception spon-
Wed by the Sisterhood will follow the services. Saturday mornine
sarvicc.",. 11 a.m. "
Ft. Lauderdale.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews Ave
Rabbi David Raab.
riday evening services, 8 p.m. Sermon subject: "What Does
Babbi Do With His Time?" The public is invited to attend
lellgious school and Hebrew classes Sunday at 10 a.m.
IN THE MAIL
Rabbi Goldstein Heads
Sabbath Fixity League
Dear Editor:
Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, un-
til recently the head of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, has
been elected president of the
League for Safeguarding the Fix-
ity of the Sabbath Against Pos-
sible Encroachment by Calendar
Reform. Since 1929, the presiden-
cy was held by the Rev. Dr.
Moses Hyamson, newly elected
honorary president, who recently
resigned because of ill health.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president
of Yeshiva university; Hon. Sol
Bloom, (ranking member of the
Foreign Affairs committee, House
of Representatives); Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, president of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America; William Lieberman, Dr.
Julian Morgenstern, president of
the Hebrew Union College; and
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
were elected honorary vice presi-
dents; and Rev. Dr. Samuel Gold-
enson, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
and Rev. Dr. Elias L. Solomon,
vice presidents. Arthur I. LeVine
was elected treasurer, and Isaac
Rosengarten, honorary secretary.
While the League for Safe-
guarding the Fixity of the Sab-
bath does not oppose calendar re-
form as such, it most emphatical-
ly opposes the blank day device
which would cause the Sabbath to
lose its Biblical fixity and to wan-
der to different days of the week.
All elements in Jewry, Reform
as well as Orthodox, secular as
well as religious, have joined the
League for Safeguarding the Fix-
ity of the Sabbath in opposition
to the blank day device.
Among the new members of the
executive board chosen are Ar-
thur D. Berliss, Rabbi Chaim I.
Bloch, Rabbi Max Drob, Dr. Isaac
E. Ehrenreich, Rabbi Mitchel S.
Eskolsky, Benjamin E. Freedman,
Samuel H. Fromberg, Mrs. Moses
Hyamson, Dr. Moses Jung, Mrs.
Barnett Kopelman, Rabbi Joseph
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This poem, "The Jew of Today
Speaks to Palestine," was written
by Dr. Z. I. Sabshin of Miami
Beach.
Yea, since ancient years
You remained in my heart
I swear with my tears
Of you I am now a part.
I was driven and fired
Life I could hardly endure.
But see, I never got tired
Your name to keep pure.
When more grew my despair
In the world all over,
My home you began to repair
And offered a safe cover.
Look, of the war all the wrath
In dust made by blood to tlow.
Only to you a clear path
Surely cculd heal my woe.
All brethren to you have turned
Only with you peace could have
lound.
Our friendship all neighbors
learned
Till a foe soiled the ground.
That land which oceans reigns
For a while favored our grace.
Now to bum ol us giveb pains
She lost the shame of her face.
It is the known John Bull
That threw you into a strife.
Now I call for justice to rule
And grant you to save my life.
i
M3GUST BROS ftyj
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H. Weintraubs Plan
Home in Providence
Providence, R. I., will be the
home address of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Weintraub following their
honeymoon in Havana. The for-
mer Miss Beverly Nancy Flink
was married to the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Weintraub of
Providence, Dec. 26, at Beth Ja-
cob congregation by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, who was assisted by
Cantor Louis Feder.
The ceremony was followed by
a reception at the synagogue.
Daughter of the Barney B.
Flinks, 700 16th st., the bride was
attended by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Richard Flink, as matron of
honor, and Mr. Weintfaub's
nieces, the Misses Roslyn Wein-
traub and Dorothy Orenstein, as
bridesmaids.
Flowtrgirls were Miss Joyce
Bruckner, cousin of the bride, and
the Misses Sheila Weintraub and
Marilyn Leibowitz, nieces of the
bridegroom.
Simon Weintraub served as
best man for his brother. Rich-
ard Flink, brother of the bride,
and Al Gerber, cousin of the
bridegroom, were ushers.
The bride attended Miami
Beach Senior High school and the
University of Miami, and is a
member of Junior Hadassah. She
is a granddaughter of Harry Was-
serman, a founder and vice presi-
dent of Beth Jacob.
Mr. Weintraub attended schools
in New York and served in the
Army for two years.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 24.
1=
Hymon Appoints Aides Emcmon Club to Give
For Red Cross Drive Dance at Hillel House
Appointment, of three vice' Hillel H
chapmen for the 1947 Red Cross.Leon blvd.. Coral G*
fund campaign were announce t. Rabbi S. M.
this week by H. H. Hymar.. can -. ceme-
paign chairman for the Dad. ling to San Kratis |
countv chapter. American Red dent.
Cress They are E. G. (Don) Gra- A
and r
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Jobs to Disabled Vets
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group of the International Asso-
n i | AU< rgists. Membership
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. accepted officially by
gy societies of 16 countries
,( 0f 350 Lincoln id., recently
B dual honorelection
founder in the American
f Ci rtified Allergists and
as a charter m< ml er of tie Anur-
v-\ :>an society of Certified Alter-
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ham. Norton R. Ganger and: n- He has also been chosen to|
Tnornton M. F.ncher. membership in the founders
The three, all veterans of many 75 cents p.
years of Red O ss w rk, will as- Th n most
sist Hyman in direction and co- an exhibmon
ordmaticn of th( drive to raise n I M mi V \
S301.000 to support the chapter's I Swank Shop 1
activil ng the year. Some courts. Adm forth ncluding the United States, Eng-
3.500 volunteers will make the b< waived tor pel ysr.g '
cou
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Sunday morning for the junior T be given
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)AY, JANUARY 24. 1947
+Jewish floridiian
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ODAY, JANUARY 24, 1947
+Jewlst Meridian
PAGE FIFTEEN
4Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
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WINTER SEASON:
The winter season of conven-
tions and meetings of Jewish or-
ganizations is now in full swing.
. It opened with the impressive
annual meeting of the JDC and
will he followed this month by
conferences of the American Jew-
ish Committee, the Council of
Jewish federations and Welfare
jnds and the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee .
The annual meeting of the
American Jewish Committee will
also mark the 4uth anniversary of
the existence of the organization.
. The status of Palestine will
be one of the major topics of dis-
cussion, in addition to the prob-
lem of normalizing life for Jews
in Europe and enabling substan-
tial numbers of displaced Jews
to enter the United States .
Matters relating to the forthcom-
ing Foreign Ministers conference
in Moscow, which will prepare
the text of a peace treaty for
Germany, will also be considered.
. The inclusion in the treaty
of provisions for restitution to
Jews of property looted by the
Nazis will be sought .
The American Jewish Confer-
ence incidentally, has increased
its budget with a view to intensi-
fying its activities in connection
with the Germany peace treaty
and the problems of securing re-
stitution of Jewish property in
former Axis countries. It adopted
a budget of $300,000 to finance its
expenditures in 1947, which is an
increase of $50,000 over its 1946
budget .
The annual conference of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds will be devot-
ed primarily to problems of
American Jewish communal life.
. Ik will present an overall
analysis and perspective of Jew-
ish community services But
discussions on problems and pro-
grams concerning Jews in Europe
and in Palestine will also occupy
a good deal of the time of the
four-day conclave .
The convention of the Jewish
Labor Committee, which will take
place at Atlantic City simultan-
eously with the gathering of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, will deal with
problems of immigration, aid to
ews in Europe, and with the
fight against bigotry .

COMMUNAL AFFAIRS:
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the New York quota of the
United Jewish Appeal, the
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asking the same arrangement.

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. Negotiations between the
American Jewish Congress and
the leaders of the UJA are pro-
gressing in a very friendly
spirit ... As a result of increas-
ing unity in American Jewish
life, we shall soon witness the
expansion of the administra-
tive committee of the United
Jewish Appeal to include rep-
resentatives of Jewish Welfare
Funds .
At present, the UJA adminis-
trative committee is composed of
ten members equally divided be-
tween the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and the United Palestine
Appeal, the two major partners.
. The reorganized administra-
tive committee will be composed
of 18 memberssix representing
the JDC, six representing the
UPA and six representing the wel-
fare funds The executive com-
jommittee of the UJA will be ex-
panded along the same lines .
it will be composed of 54 mem-
bers, equally divided among the
JDC, the UPA and the welfare
funds The 18 members repre-
senting the welfare funds in the
executivesix of them selected
by the New York UJA, four by
the Inter-City Committee of the
large cities, and one each from
the eight regional committees of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Fundswill re-
quire mutual acceptance by the
JDC and the UPA The reor-
ganization, which tightens the
links between the UJA and the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, will not af-
fect the allocations already made.

RUSSIAN NOTES:
"A Guide To The Soviet Union"
by William Mandel, just publish-
ed by Dial Press, is one of the
best handbooks on Russia One
can find an answer to almost any
question concerning the USSR,
including the question of how the
problem of national minorities
was solved there However, no
mention is made of the numerous
Jewish colonies which were es-
tablished by the Agrojoint with
the aid of the Soviet government
in the Crimea and in the Ukraine.
. And Biro-Bidjan, according to
the author, is now "relatively un-
important" in the lives of the
Soviet Jews ... He points out
that the 1,500,000 survivors of the
more than 3,000,000 Jews in pre-
war Russia have now returned to
the cities in the Ukraine and the
Baltic republics from their war-
time refuge in Central Asia .
They did not move east to
Biro Bidjan, he says, because
"they evidently feel more at
home in their long-lime areas
of settlement than they would
in the unfamiliar surroundings
of Biro-Bidjan" ... A quarter
of a century of complete equal-
ity with the non-Jewish popula-
tion has made the Russian Jews
prefer to live among their
countrymen of all nationalities
rather than to settle in the auto-
nomous Jewish district, the au-
thor says He stales thai of
the Jews evacuated during the
war to Central Asia about 50.-
000 have returned to Kiev;
45.000 to Odessa: 25,000 to Khar-
kov; 14,000 to Vinnitsa; 10,000
to Berditchev .
The reason why the Soviet
Union was able to turn the tide
agairtst Hitler at Stalingrad was
because, for the first time in Rus-
sian history, the nationalities of
Central Asia fought alongside the
Russian troops, Mr. Mandel be-
lieves This also applies to the
Jews in Russia For the first
time in their history they were
equals in the tanks of the Russian
fighting forces and, therefore, dis-
tinguished themselves at the front
in numbers exceeding their pro-
portion in the general popula-
tion .
Selects Jewish Topic
"If I Were a Jew" will be the
topic of Joseph Barth, minister
of the First Unitarian church,
during services at the Mayfair
theatre, 1605 Biscayne blvd., at
11 a.m. Sunday.
Invitation has been extended to
Jewish groups in the city to hear
Mr. Barth who was recently
elected president of the D a d e
County Civil Rights council, in-
corporated for the protection of
minority rights.
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The first meeting of the prepara-
tory commission of the Interna-
tional Refugee Organization will
take place in Geneva on Feb. 11,
it was announced here.
Acting Secretary General David
Owen sent invitations to the gov-
ernments who have signed both
the I.R.O. constitution and the
agreement on interim arrange-
ments, and have thereby become
members of the preparatory com-
mission. They are the United
States, Canada, France, Guate-
mala, the Dominican Republic, the
Philippine Republic, Honduras
and Liberia.
Y Group to Consider
Modern Education
"Is Present Day Education
Geared to Serve Society?"
Beach Y members will have
their say about the question when
they meet Sunday evening, Feb.
2, with Jack Marash, executive di-
rector, as moderator.
Questions of current interest
are considered by the Y's discus-
sion group on alternate Sunday
evenings. Future discussions will
concern music, euthenasia, art,
motion pictures and "One World."
Baltimoreans to Install
Officers Tuesday
Harry R. Sherman will be in-
stalled as president of the Balti-
more Club of Florida at a meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Beach Y.
Other newly elected officers
are George Gelvar and Mrs. Fay
Nachamson, vice presidents; Mrs.
Ethel Rothschild, secretary; Mor-
ris Rothschild, treasurer, and Jos-
eph Blcckman, sergeant at arms.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rosenberg
of Baltimore, who are character
actors, will perform one of their
comedy skits. Refreshments will
be served.
Baltimoreans are invited to at-
tend as guests of the organiza-
tion. The charitable undertakings
of the club are being widened and
several affairs are being planned
in connection with these proj-
ects, Sherman said.
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Camera Hike Planned
A camera hike is being planned
by the Beach Y photography
group which meets on alternate
Thursday evenings.
A demonstration of flash pho-
tography highlighted last week's
meeting. Other phases of the art
will be discussed at subsequent
meetings.
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MISS JAFFEE CHOOSES
SPRING WEDDING DATE
Major Stars to Appear
At Sisterhood Event
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A -Night of Stars in which 155Q y.
every act will be a major out- t... their
standing star now appearing in Miss Beatri
this area will be presented on Wilensl*
Saturday night, Feb. 8th. at tl
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Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Mrs. Rose
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on '.he arrangements comrr.iTfc
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Hirsch in charge of tickets \v V.
Ticket booths will be se: up .;" I
..s places throughout the
Beach within a few days. In the
m antime, tickets may be ob-
I I at the Beth Jacob syn
g gue office. 311 Washington ave.,
.;. be reserved by telephone.
A special board meeting I
c ::-.r>lete final plans and appoin:
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PAGE SIX +Jeisncrldia£_ FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1947 Sunday, January 26th at the £atin SuaAteA, Palm Island. Miami Beach MORNING SESSION: 10 O'CLOCK LUNCHEON: 12:30 P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION: 3 O'CLOCK of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL • For Refugees. Overseas Xeeds anil Palestine • For Relief. Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Europe's 1,500,000 Jewish Survivors -r. TJS^^SSSZ in,.. SIDNEY FLAT0W MRS BARBARA LAWRENCE A/,orTnd ?xXer ,0 !" Doctor ojfthe Zeilshe.m. Noted Leader-u^idely acclaimed Germany, Displaced Persons Camp as an eloquent pleader in behalf of our oppressed brethren DR. ISAAC BEN AHARON Palestine u-ar hero—Founder of Palestine s best known Settlements MIAMI SPONSORS QTHTP millMnni SAM BLANK STANLEY c „„___ STATE SPONSORS SHEPARD BROAD MRS STANLEY C MYERS c ^^ APTE ~ Tampa Florida HAROLD COHEN MAX OR0VIT7 :vll£ Kb State Cha,rman-United Jewish Appeal HARRY CORNBLUM JOSEPH RICHTFR CHARLES ADLER mntl -.,„ FRANK FRANKEL DAN RUSK N HARRY BLUMBERG ."Egg S SAMUEL FRIEDLAND MONTE ^EUG MARTIN DUBBIN We.t Palm iS JS' MOSES GINSBERG MRS MONTE SFI in BENJAMIN DUKE !" !" Jg* 1 ££ ABRAHAM GOODMAN JACOB ^ER J AMES C HELLER oflLnWn CHARLES GREENFIELD WM D. ISSER MRS MICHAEL KAHN £££' Fa HARRY HARRIS HARRY SIRKTW JOSEPH PEARLMAN zfZZl' V, BENJAMIN KANE lOSEm R SSrv CHARLES REIS ', K *?W Mt F ^ MARCIE LIBERMAN ARTHUR UNGAR FRE P0LLE • • "•''• ^udcrda/e. Flu. SAM LUBY CARI WPTKVT p A J DIAMOND Ft Mwer *' m BARON do HIRSCH MEYER LEONARD WIEN HENR Y NADELMAN '.'. '.". \ H *ft?* ^ -13 ABRAHAM SIERKESE c/'ofT '^ St. Petersburg, Fla. There Will Be X Solicitation of Funds i •.



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1, I %  PAGE TWO *-lmistflcrldlaii FRIDAY. JANUARY Samel-Kratish Wedding To Be February Event beS-erAonally Speaking The patio of their new home honeymoon at the GrossingerOt 2301 S. W. 21st st. was the Pancoast hotel •^^ _,.,,„ ollll r bri des in When Miss Anita Samel omes the bride of Sam Kratish. have worn for their her family weddings. The bride-elect, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Samel. 1280 S W. 23rd st.. will exchange marital VOWS with Mr Kratish in a late afternoon ceremony to be uel Tunicks gave last weekSanders. They will make their end. Several hundred local home in New York. and out-of-town guests attended. Vacationing at the Tuttle Mrs. Carrie Skora of Chicago hotel is Adolph Nussbaum, is spending the season with her president of Congregation Adas nephew and niece, Mr. and Israel Mishnaes of Newark. An Mrs Maurey Poncher. 535 N. W. uncle of Mr. and Mrs. E. Karger performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro 49th st Also from Chicago are of Miami, he will return north Sunday. Feb. 2. at the W of ford Mrs. Marty Small and daugh-|in two weeks. hotel. A dinner for the familtei ter, Bonnie, who were accomMrs. Samuel Grundwerg flew .'and a reception for friends will panied here by Mrs. Small's to New York Wednesday to atj' mother, Mrs. Milton Berkowitz. tend the graduation of her son, Local organizations have Saul, from Flatbush Yeshiva been busy this week entertainnext Wednesday. Saul plans ing national leaders. Arnold to enter Yeshiva university i br j desmaiuS W JU be Mrs .Seymour Foster, national director of the which his brother, Moses Joseph, FU ls>h ,. r Miss Leila Samel and Miss Samel will have as her matron of honor Mrs. Herman Knoefler, whose gown she has borrowed for the occasion. Her I Sam Goldmans to Mark Silver Anniversary Celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Goldman, 1775 S.W. 16th ave., will be at home to their friends and relatives Sunday afternoon and evening. No cards are being sent. Mr. and Mrs. Goldman came to Miami eight years ago from Cleveland. Ohio, and founded the Gulf Drug company with which Mr. Goldman is affiliated at the present time. Mrs. Goldman is president of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge and past president of the state organization of B'nai B'rith Women. Their son, Marvin, and daughter, Mrs. Arnold Simon, reside in Miami. Israel Kratish will serve as best man for his brother. Ushers will legal and fact-finding departnow attends. Mrs. Grundwerg! lh( Misses Ruth and Esther ment of the Anti-Defamation will return to Miami Beach on Kratish league, is stopping at the CadFeb. 14. iliac hotel until Sunday. An Mrs. Morris Jacobs is recupauthority on subversive groups erating at Jackson Memorial Samel, Herman Knoein America, Foster is travelling hospital where she underwent II '''Seymour Fleischer and through the South and East to an operation last Friday .: Ad.;lph Kratish. gather material on their activiAIso J t Jackson is Oscar Argin^inM^mltr'Se 5V£ ties tar who underwent an appen sh< attended Slh „„ ls in Massa Mrs. Mary Harris, a national dectomy. He is expected home chusettSi y on kers and the Bronx, \ 1637 S. W. Seventh st. leader of the Jewish Consumpwithin the next few days. N y ; n(i 1S a member of the The bride, the former Miss Ida tives Re^ef society, was enterMJ. S J Eugene Farber of ToEmanon club of the Miami Y. tained by the Greater Miami ] e do, Ohio, is spending a 10-' Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. chapter at a luncheon Tuesday day vacation with her sister-in' Morris Kratish. 935 Meridian ave., in the Only Inn Board \ aWi Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch, 2611 Miami Beach, was educated in members of the Miami section, s W Seventh ave Visitinq Chicago and is associated with National Council of Jewish his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benthe Eagle Tire com P an >' '" Miami Women, honored Miss Sylvia j am i n Rimer, of 1669 Jefferson B. Ferber, area secretary, at a ave ., i s Dr. Harry B. Rimer, who luncheon in the Surfside hotel. j s an interne at Lincoln hosWednesday. pital in the Bronx, N. Y. Dr. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rimer, who has four months of Kaplan are her mother, Mrs. his interneship to complete, Bertha Rinzler and her brotherwill remain here until Feb. 2. Foreis to Entertain At Open House Sunday Just back from a honeymoon trip to Nassau. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer will be hosts at a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday afternoon at the bride's home, .Engler, will be assisted by her sister. Miss Molly Engler. Mr. and Mrs. Forer were married on Jan. 14. 1 He is president of the Emanon club. After a month's honeymoon in Chicago, the couple will return lien to reside. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Magician's tricks will light the youth jamboree He is a graduate of Emory medlne Miami Y is planning for grade Ben Singer of Passaic, N. J. ical school. school children for 4 p.m. Friday. To celebrate their 40th wedMr. and Mrs. Charles R. Feb 7 ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson are now making their Max Greenberg were hosts to home at 3411 Day ave., Cocomembers and guests of the Minut Grove, ami Beach Women's Auxiliary M rs. Sara Silverman of Cocoto the Jewish Home for the Aged nut G rove is expecting her sonala dessert luncheon Tuesday m ]aw and daughter Dr. and faSf^ntlr Mrs. L.Stabins and their friends, fopST Jewish Center M r. and Mrs. Hubbard, of Mrs. Juhus Leitz of Cincinnati. Watertown, N. Y., to arrive soon Ohio, will arrive here Monday to spend the season with her to spend several weeks with Mrs. Silverman recently had her, 1 her son-in-law and daughter, grandson, Pvt. David Stabins Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosenthal. as her houseguest for the weekThe Rosenthals celebrated their end. Pvt. Stabins is stationed tilth wedding anniversary Wedat Boca Raton flSm. Ml and Mrs L< ? U1S Mrs. Joe Rose of Durham N Landau are spending thei r C „ is stopping a. the home of her brother-in-law and sister ,Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, 1243 S. W. Sixth st., while visiting in Miami Mrs. Alfred Gortesman and daughter of New York are vacationing at the Vanderbilt hotel, Miami Beach • • • Milton Wasman is in New York on business. Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 % urdine's Casual "boy-coat" of Cloud drift white $2498 A well-cut casual coat to throw on over your suit, or wear over your pastels and prints. Pure wool Shetland, rayon lined, buttoned with 3 simulated pearl buttons. Typical boy-coat tailoring — slash pockets, back pleat. White is so right for Miami. Sizes 10 to 18 in the group. MIAMI STORE, BUDGET COATS, FOURTH KI.OOR DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100% Wool Angora—Sport Yam—Cord* Mail Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces—Buttons—Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store 502 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 5th St. Next to Dade Pharm. Modern, Cheerful Bedroom In Private Home For One Gentleman Convenient to Buses 1624 S. W. 20th Street CHICAGOAN ENGAQJ Miami friends of Virginian R dy Wilson, of Chicago* m interested in the announce*of her engagement t 0 Le on Kahen of Centralia, 111. They J make their home in M f l,' Tenn., after their niarrJa.7* March 16. The bride-elect formerly secretary to Rabbi S? B. Appelbaum here. d ,1 lea Cit af sac pr< las ( MOSS-WEINBERG Miss Elaine Weinbeig and "• 9 Sidney Harold Moss are plannwS a late summer wedding foUo^H ing announcement of their e-'fl gagement by her parents, Mr ar^fl Mrs. Julius A. Weinbeig of Bata^l more, Md. Dr. Moss is the son of Mr and %  Mrs. William Moss. 2356 S fjH 12th st., and Monessen, Pa ijfl graduate of the Pennsylvania ,£ %  lege of optometry. PhiladelphH he served for three years w" the Army air forces in'the Pacii theatre. The bride-elect is a medictechnician at Johns Hopkins hJ pital, Baltimore, where she ceived her training. ma fer 1 ma FOR EVERY PURPOSE %  STORE FRONT PLATE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERING L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. W. 8lh St. Ph. 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IAY. JANUARY 24, 1947 ( %  :-.• U-; +Jewlsli Meridian PAGE NINE IS CHIEF Iran TO cycie Samlin Rnsr.rr, 15. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosner, 1515 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, is going to walk auain and ride a bi[ and go roller skating— ing her eventual release the polio ward at Jackson rial hospital, where she has been under treatment for almost • year. She was stricken in April of last year's polio epidemic. In the polio ward, where 17 other children are undergoing treatments paid for with fundsraised ti.nm^h tiie annual March of Dimes campaigns, Sandra is the chiei advisor to the kiddies. From he:wheel chair, she an•wers their questions and gives them encouraging advice, with a playing around her lips it not so long ago were tightly pressed together in bravery during the excruciating agony occasioned by the treatments Sandra gestures with hands to which, under treatment, have bean returned the muscle power by which she again is able to use them. She flexes her fingers and 'rfritCS letters. Five months ago her hands were limp and useless from the paralysis visited upon her by polio. "We'll all get well if the people of Dade county keep generous contributions coming into the March of Dimes." says Sandra. "If we didn't feel that way, we wouldn't get well. Everyone here deeply appreciates the gifts sent by relatives and other sympathic people. All of us will welcome the day when we are free again to walk and assist in raising money in future March of Dimes drives." SANDRAROSNER TO ELECT SECRETARY Election of a new corresponding secretary will concern members of the Emma Lazarus chapter Of B'nai B'rith Women during a meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y Plans for a renewed membership drive will also be discussed. Date of Benefit PartyChanged to February 1 Change in plans for a card party to be held at the Workmen's Circle lyceum, 25 Washington ave., was announced this week by Nathan Lebedinsky. The party, which will benefit the Deborah Sanitorium in New Jersey, will be held on Saturday evening, Feb. 1, instead of Jan. 27 as originally scheduled. Sponsor of the event is the Ladies club of the Beach Workmen's Circle. Lebedinsky is a representative of the sanitorium. New Members Inducted New members of the Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes were inducted at a meeting held in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation synagogue Wednesday evening, Jan. 15. Mrs. S. Geltner opened the meeting with a prayer and reviewed the past month's work. A financial report was given by Mrs. Sarah Stone. Mrs. Joseph Malek, president, reported on the progress of the current membership drive. A STOIC HOTEL 958 Washington Ave.. M. B. PRIVATE BATHS AMERICAN PLAN Three Meals Daily Strictly Kosher From $70 and Up Weekly ALSO ACCEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN II STORIES DEVOTED TO • | LUXURIOUS UVINO SUPERLATIVE KOSHER CUISINE fsMM O-n.rihip Managiminl tV I llh Comscufiv* Ysor O OCEAN DRIVE Ml BEACH Kosher Killed POULTRY Finesl Quality Obtainable at REASONABLE PRICES • SHOCHED ON PREMISES GUILFORD POULTRY 102 N. W. 8th Street Miami TO BE THEME OF BEACH AJG EVENT Rehabilitation will be the theme of the monthly meeting which the Miami Beach Women's division, American Jewish Congress, will hold at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, according to Mrs. Louis Glasser, p.esident. Guest speakers will be Dr. Everett Clinchy, president of the American Brotherhood of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Roy Blumenthal, national director or the AJC publicity department. AJC's rehabilitation program has many facets. For the Beach division, Mrs. Samuel Lipton is in charge of the foster parent plan, a means of overseas relief by which war ravaged youngsters of Europe are rescued and established in six Congress homes abroad. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff has charge of the refugee housing project. Chairmen of the overseas clothing program are Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs. Kogan will accept clothing at Alexander Furs, 716 Lincoln rd. Mrs. Irving Genet, concert pianist, will present several musical selections at the meeting Monday. Refreshments and a social hour will follow the program. Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, chairman of the year book, will be on hand to distribute advertising blanks. The year book will be published in conjunction with the annual donor luncheon honoring Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise. Miss Clara Goldenberg and Mrs. Lester Stepner are chairmen of the luncheon which will take place at the Latin Quarter early in March. A card and mah jongg party will be held by the organization at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the National hotel. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz and Mrs. Herbert Greenberg are cochairmen.. "ri|i"i||| 1 11 %  iiiirtl D Original Rose's Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT — FREE DELIVERY 318 n Comns Aye. 7 COUrSe DilffltK $1.15 UP DI M7a r m 4 i 3 Beac P h M PHONE 58-1183 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER Delicious food, efficient service, popular prices. Sandwiches, wine and beer. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS r\ ALRVING • • %  r L 0 R I D A i f I N £ i t AMERICAN | i V< >l D IN Ml' WIRIECII5 ; J i L I N. 5 A v i ,j Miami's Foremost Vegetarian. Daily and Fish RESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 841 WASHINGTON AVE., M. B. PH. 5 9182 REVLIN HOTEL' "%£?£,£ s Our Kosher Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P.M. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED PHONE 5-7688 NOW OPEN ENJOY A REAL GOOD JEWISH KOSHER MEAL AT THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264 Steaks. Chops, Chicken and Fine Choice of Other Dishes Reservations Suggested Served from 5:30 to 8 P.M. STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach MENDELSOHN'S Ocean Villa Kosher Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, corner 13th Street, Miami Beach OPEN DAILY 8 AM. TO 9 PM. SERVING DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS HOTEL ROOMS NEWLY DECORATED PHONE 5-9334 RMI KeiHrvMi .-d S*bk>*'h Ob.t-.t* %  Mtst*' M'l"*l WP*0* f HERSKOV1TS ft GLAZE* U M.".vo Hot.. 411 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH • FLORIDA — writ* tor '••'.'-ft KOtDAM coouo MMII • f-6, Evoftinfl ft Uh*4*y Not* fe ., &f .., &f ;,*, cw • NOW OPEN Delayo's PHONE 58-9 130 ITALIAN and FRENCH CUISINE GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 RESTAURANT 217 5TH ST. — MIAMI BEACH Famous For DELICIOUS FOOD. WINE and BEER THE O.tujUuJ MAMM/NG 'S SEAF00D RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE i J N ... V "THE FISH WE SERVE TODAY \>~t SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" "^ CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN s£ FRANK HARNEY JR, MANAGING DIRECTOR (\ 'h<"L OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 1200 NOON J& \ '(" 829 BlSCAYNE BOULEVARD v \ DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT J mv'A r 0R RESERVATIONS--9-1244 (



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)AY, JANUARY 24. 1947 +Jewish floridiian — PAGE THIRTEEN oin MARCH OF DIMES ^^TTT^ JA THE NATIONAT FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS f P A N K I I N D r o u N o t n HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th Street Miami Beach IMPERIAL HOTEL 50 N. W. 8th Street Miami MAYFAIR HOTEL I960 Park Avenue Miami Beach MONROE TOWERS 3010 Collins Avenue Miami Beach SURREY HOTEL 4390 Collins Avenue Miami Beach WHITEHART HOTEL 3150 Ocean Drive Miami Beach BENJ. BLUMENFELD and JOHN C. STARR ALTONIA HOTEL 1641 Alton Road Miami Beach COMMODORE HOTEL 1360 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Realizing the Importance of Success for the "MARCH OF DIMES" it is our privilege to aid in publicizing this campaign. MARLIN HOTEL 1300 Collins Avenue Miami Beach BEACH PLAZA HOTEL 1401 Collins Avenue Miami Beach RUTHERFORD HOTEL 135 N. E. 3rd Street Miami ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL Collins Avenue at 34th Street Miami Beach RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Avenue Miami Beach HADDON HALL HOTEL 1500 Collins Avenue Miami Beach PIERRE HOTEL 216 43rd Street Miami Beach YORK HOTEL 321 Collins Avenue Miami Beach i



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)AY. JANUARY 24, 1947 f-Jewlst ncrMlar iJXUU.. PAGE FIVE ENTERTAINS MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Mrs. Harold Turk, membership chairman of the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, Sertained her committee at a luncheon recently at the Wofford hotel. During the business ting which followed plans were formulated for a membership drive. Since the Miami i chapter's "inception in May, 1946, its membership has tripled. ed at the luncheon are Mrs. Turk, her co chairmen—Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Jean -p. Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, president of the chapter, and Mrs. Alexander Libow, Mrs. Harry _fman. Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. George J. TalianoH. Mrs. Lillian Ornt. Mrs. David Alpert. Mrs. Witt Mrs. Arthur Frishman, Mrs. Harry Day, Mrs. Bessie Epstein, Mrs. Paul Weitzman, and Mrs. David Isen.—Ardmore photo. Donor Luncheon Plans To Concern Local JCRS The Greater Miami auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptive Relief society will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Miami Reach Jewish Center to make final plans for the donor luncheon at the Beachcomber. Feb. 12. The meeting has been set as the deadline for copy and advertising for the Auxiliary Journal, acoording to Mrs. Harry Dinnerstem, chairman of the publication committee. Miss Malvina Weiss, assistant principal of the Miami Beach Elementary school, will be the featured speaker Monday night. Young men and women who ga*; to apply for positions as ellors for the Miami Y sumhome camp may do so by ting Daniel Rosenthal. ac director, at the Y. Lawyers to Confer 1 Lawyers' division of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal will meet at 12:30 p.m. today in the Downtown Club restaurant with Arthur Friedman and E. Max Goldstein, division chairmen. David Phillips, chairman of the winter residents division, held a meeting with his Workers yesterday to check prospect lists arid discuss plans for organization of the division. POSITION WANTED By Children's Nurse Prefer Orthodox Experienced — First-Class References Phone 5-1349 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 TO ENTERTAIN MSL Mrs. George Cherikof. 1751 S. W. 16th ter., will be hostess to the Miami Service league at a meeting to be held at her home Monday evening. Is theWolfatYourDoor? Don't drive him away Drive him to this JOINT WHERE HE CAN MEET HIS FRIENDS! Bosreftt IT4I M. MIAMI AVE. •* Mlaml'l Inn Fun BOOM an id • %  ". % % % %  %  ; %  %  A. A. GARAGE Frame and Wheel Alignment Service "STOP SHIMMY AND EXCESS TIRE WEAR" 2344 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-8244 General Auto Repair ENO PACKLER, Proprietor I b I Clul if r graifj ltd m INSIDE INFORMATION! I Dixie auto repair specialists know their automobiles from the inside, out. Thai's why you'll find that when DIXIE does your work, you're guaranteed satufaction. Coma In today tor 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 DIXIE TIRE C? •^MIAMI MIAMI BEAfH ftttt If. Miami Are, SU9 N. W. 17th Are. 101 8. W. First Street 915 Fifth Street Phone 5-5W 1840 Alton Roe* Phone WTM Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT %  gggg Abk lor U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHKH ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI Pioneer Women to Fete Midwostorn Director Mrs. Bessie Weissman, chairman of the Chicago council of 22 Pioneer Women's clubs, will be guest of honor at an affair to be held at the home of Mrs. Celia Rubin, 950 Pennsylvania ave., next Wednesday evening by the Pioneer Women's organization, club number two of Miami Beach. Mrs. Weissman, who is cultural regional director of PWO in the midwestern states, will review Ludwig Lewisohn's "Renegades." Mrs. May Rosenstein will be the hostess of the evening. Friends and members are invited to attend. LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT Dade County, Florida No. 167H8 Re: Kstate of HERBERT B. MOOMAW, deceased. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL. DISCHARGE NOTICE In hereby Riven that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Herbert li. Moomaw. deceased; and that on the 7th day of February, 1947, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judifl of Oade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Herbert B. Moomaw, deceased. This 20th day of January, 1947. CORA M. .MOOMAW. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Executrix. 1/24-31 2/7-14 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage to business under the fictitious name of SANITARY GROCERY & DELICATESSEN, at 1410 B. W. 6th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County. Florida MORRIS CENZAR. Bole Owner. MYERS, HEIMAN & 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 oT NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT, at 1690 S. W. 8th St., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULIUS NADLER ELLIS SAMESS BERTHA SAMESS WILLIAM L. PALLOT. Attorney for Applicant, 1214 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE STYLE SHOP, at 1730 N. W. 36th St., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN, Sole Owner. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 > NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JUOB RICH CO. OF MIAMI. FLORIDA (not Inc.), at 742 N. W. 62nd St., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN MANNEY ALBERT MANNEY MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant. 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HAP'8 MEN'S WEAR, at 176 W. Flagler Street, Miami, Ma., Intend to register said name wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AARON E. FREILICH RONALD V. KENT 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged hi business under the fictitious name of %  a-KAN CREEK APARTMENTS, at %  V.'Tii-.V.iSO Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach, Fla., and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL WEINER BELLA WEINEH, Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorneys fur Applicants. 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of LABELLB APARTMENTS, at 1195 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Fla., and Intend to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL WEINER BELLA WEINER Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Applicants. 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TONY'S RESTAURANT, Intends to register the said name with the Qlerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. TONY JACOVIDES ALFRED KHEIKI.ER, 818 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney-at-Ijiw. 1/10-17-94-91 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in the restaurant business under the fictitious name of 1SAHAMA, at 3890 N. W. Third Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL 1IYMAN PHILIP R. WARSHAW Co-partners. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Appll^^nt. 1/in-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE MANDW1CH SHOPS, at 1415 N. E. find Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to register s>id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ZEISEL, Sole Owner. 1/10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in l,u~.irif>--umir ihe fictitious name of lil.ENMONT RADIO A APPLIANCE CO. (not Inc.), In the City of Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ._„„__ IRVING J. PLASKOFF EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MURRAY MFG. & DISTIUBUTING CO, (not Inc.). at 2829 S. W. Bird Road, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MURRAY GOTTLIEB. Sole Owner. AMOS BENJAMIN. Attorney for Murray Gottlieb. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300 S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ. ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la 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, 650 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. LEIBOWITZ. Sole 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 fjctitloua name of SCHAFFV.R'S PLUMBING CO.. Not Inc.. at 821 S. W. 18th Ave. Miami intends to register said name wlthth. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florida. mttavmBMm SAMUEL M. SirHArFER^ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Applicant. 12/27 l/-10-17-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under kl#£1*J BLUEBIRD CLEANERS, at 12o0 S W. 22nd Street (Coral Way). %  aVIJfi intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of PM County, Florida. _,..-_ ROBERT LEVINE JOSEPH HARRY KRISSEL 1/17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HUSK SUNDRIES, at 3 S. W. 2nd Ave Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. j Florida XMET ROSE H. SAMET 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1 rlda MACK rOHAN^ |V MURRAY GLACKMAN MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Petitioners. 1/17-24-31 2/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or KORSON FURNITURE SERVICE, at 45 N E 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, Attorney for Applicant. 1/10-17-84-81 2/T NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the "cUtlous name of PEPPERS SURPLUS & BAIATAOH. it 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami. Florida: Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun.y.^Florida. 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 Jn business under he fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at.141.. N E. 2nd Ave., Intends to reglstir said name with the Clerk of thep C rr-ult Couri "' n ado County, Florida, cult t-our ^^ ZEISEL. Sole Owner. 1/10



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PAGE SIXTEEN + lflst Fkridton •MISS JAFFEE CHOOSES SPRING WEDDING DATE Major Stars to Appear At Sisterhood Event .-. Mr and Mrs. Harrj A J A -Night of Stars in which 155Q y every act will be a major outt ... their standing star now appearing in Miss Beatri this area will be presented on Wilensl* Saturday night, Feb. 8th. at tl Flamir.go Park Bandshell. The two v event, sponsored by the SisterHe • 0 A hood ci Congregation Beth Jacob ll High school :. ., ._u.. ~. ,„-. Fl SI • • :, l : W is the most ambitious project undertaken by the organization. Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Mrs. Rose Weiss and Mrs. Harrv Gent: art I for i of Miami last on '.he arrangements comrr.iTfc with Mrs. Irwin Makovsky and Her fiance, n Hirsch in charge of tickets \v V. Ticket booths will be se: up .;" I ..s places throughout the Beach within a few days. In the m antime, tickets may be obI I at the Beth Jacob syn g gue office. 311 Washington ave., .;. be reserved by telephone. A special board meeting I c ::-.r>lete final plans and appoin: various committees was held Orange Bowl Is scene sday afternoon at :• Senior Fl %  %  : • I ra tty. of Rabbi ar.d Mrs. Moses MescheMrs. Hirsch presided. Slenderizing Salon Oiiers Trial Treatment Change in the management of Of Legion Boxing Show : rir.ter 1 x:r.g s % %  %  : parts. i ".' George Winnie's Slenderizing Sa ccntei : for Women. 103 N. E. Second tit] St., :s announced this week by _... J Mandy Dee and -Angela Rufolo. new owners. Both have several years' experience in this bus The new owners are offering a trial treatment to patrons. stressing the importance of body relaxation and stimulation by age treatment to assure the rn woman a smart figure as ell as complete health. Mechanical massage equipment ised at the salon including the c ntouroller, the roller massager. ry belt and automati S. Steam is used for rel :. r. and to remove toxic poison the system A number of improvements are being planned Mae Bonniville. mass* use :' i th( salon, has been business for '.' years and gives ing relaxing, m Iding an I c rn assages. I will fight S H %  • ... Cotton King j -.. %  Buddy Gi Ti x • S Sewssl Tun Spofl t Mori :*!_ To *0*, Xv)GUST BROS Rvr ** Is^the BEST! Miami Beach Airline Service, Inc. Limousine Service Between Miami Beach and 36th St. Airport CARS LEAVE EVERY 30 MINUTES fTI Of] Including And Pickup Service from Your Hotel at no *" ,uu Tax Additional Charge For Information Call 58-2447, 58-2834 Or See Your Travel Agent Announcing, THE REOPENING OF THE OFFICES OF CARLOS B. SCHOEPPL and ASSOCIATES (Architect* 2701 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI Telephone 9-0643 2325 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD CORAL GABLES MANNING'S HELPS TOM BRENEMAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 194, Call 4-748* for SOLAR HEATER lli:i lf Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN NEW CARS! NEW QUALITY! NO QUANTITY! ^CHEVROLET Tom Breneman of "Breakfast in Hollywood" fame and Frank Harney. jr., managing director oi Manning's Sea Food restaurant, honor Mrs. Violet McKaughn oi Opa Locka, founder oi Opa Locka Teen Age club, at a luncheon. Photo shows Ralph Stevens, Hamey's assistant, presenting the Breneman Orchid to Mrs. McKaughn. The flower was sent personally by Breneman who announced over his nationwide broadcast that Harney was entertaining Mrs. McKaughn for him as the broadcast was on the air. THE NELSON BUREAU OE INVESTIGATION 10 N. E. Third Ave. (Calumet Building) Room 403 Telephones: Day—2-4663 Night—48-5973 48-2184 SPECIALISTS IN ALL TYPES OF INVESTIGATIONS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL ANYWHERE ANY TIME President. CHARLES O NELSON Former New York City Police Inspector Former Chief of Police of Miami Yes. we have th e great new Chevrolet, the finest Chevrolet ever built—but, unfortunately, not enough of these new cart yet to satisfy all the demands. Until we have one for you, continue to conserte your present car. Let us keep it in "A-l" condition with "A-l" servicing, designed to give you the best possible car performance. Come in today and regularly! LUBY Chevrolet Co. Your Friendly Chevrolet Drtr W. Flagler St. at lit!-. Ave. PHONE 9-6441 ftl vk |1 coioxui •iT-fi.-ifri ; 2 GREAT SHOWS 2 GREAT STARS HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND ME E. j\\E LEW FROMAN / *"" "•" *• '•• lei Men .. i.„ SENOR WENCES International Star Miriam La Velle KENT EDWARDS BETTY HEATHER RAY MAIONE Beatrice Kraft Dancers HARRY COOL & HIS ORCHESTRA DACITA & HER RHUMBA ORCHESTRA 28 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS Produced by George Wood Staged by Lew Keller Mwk end Lyrlci by Robert Wright end George Forreit DINNER Prestntationj—9 and 12:30 SUPPER M MU.< MWIV"ONi mtH0Nl HOUIWOOD 10S4 -' vri


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, I I PAGE TWELVE +Je*istncrldian_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1= Hymon Appoints Aides Emcmon Club to Give For Red Cross Drive Dance at Hillel House Appointment, of three vice' Hillel H chapmen for the 1947 Red Cross.Leon blvd.. Coral G* fund campaign were announce t. Rabbi S. M. this week by H. H. Hymar.. can -. cemepaign chairman for the Dad. ling to San Kratis | countv chapter. American Red dent. Cress They are E. G. (Don) GraA and r ^^^TpsGive 'Allergist Honored Jobs to Disabled Vets Amei a," R group of the International Asso%  n i | AU< rgists. Membership I international Association accepted officially by gy societies of 16 countries ( 0 f 350 Lincoln id., recently B dual honor—election founder in the American f Ci rtified Allergists and as a charter m< ml er of tie Anurv -\ :>an society of Certified Alterr l -.rihe DisiV. ham. Norton R. Ganger and: nHe has also been chosen to| Tnornton M. F.ncher. membership in the founders The three, all veterans of many 75 cents p. years of Red O ss w rk, will asTh n mos t sist Hyman in direction and coan exhibmon ordmaticn of th( drive to raise % %  n I M mi V \ S301.000 to support the chapter's I Swank Shop 1 activil ng the year. Some courts. Adm forth ncluding the United States, Eng3.500 volunteers will make the b< waived tor pel ysr.g cou take March. : -' ; Graham is vi x Dade cou Shapiro. Miami B aster i ttorr.ey. was guest speaker al • % % %  ; % %  / a J. nme !" mitte ^ H( ting W • Friends ager : i the B l! t the Miami Y BuwtaJ g ... Feb. 2. will re cevoted Ganger is a member of the In memory of his wife, the late to 1 building fund, ac. Mrs. Sadie Stern of Baltimore, F. rording to Sidney Seelo. presi• E. Stern was host at a breakfast ent. Sunday morning for the junior T be given 1 %  % %  • congregation and children of the the V. will includi from the Orange Bowl pan Sunday school of Beth David conYid well N •. nR ranger C gregaticn. club's own entertainers Fincber, -'•mer.1 ex rmai the Red Cr ss first tee I • | :%  : :. nt 1 the club ai %  rrust c Owner of Hialeah P ropw Detirn Partner In position to build apartn,,., house or homes or to e „. in farm.ng on excellent 2JP erty well located. Mrs. Rose Weilx min Care of Jewuh Floridiu P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18 HVHieS •-UHS .>tu.. w> v.^ .. xo pU i lutU i im>uu"'fc M~ 00 volunteers will make th< tor pers :.buying • anci land ana France. inty-wUk duled to'tickets I bled — ; ie place in F i y and I for nnel u | • Loyal Friends Aid Y STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board GOOD LOCATION REASONABLE PRICES Also Reservations for Dinntr 8. SMULIN A SONS 1348 S. W. 2nd Street Phone 3-7539 SALESMAN WANTED FULL OR PART TIME Exceptional opportunity for permanent resident to connect with local corporation of high standing selling to Jewish families. Dignified, year-round position where earnings are limited only by your ambition and efforts. Car helpful in work. Write Box 2973, Jewish Floridian, Miami, Fla., giving enough information to warrant an interview Flagler Nursery Stake Slated for February 10 West 7 Kennel S ery Stak Jirsl I I %  I at :.'. %  way Feb. 10, ; to Jacob She: a: i W Hu trac k h 5un 1, 1945. A seri :. i A ill be an % %  : ,.:-. i c ntii m until Dion is %  What may thi • f ..... Stake was inau) 1935 will given venil :ted run in I %  %  this j • .t : • st tight] < "••' %  lir.g & E'. vent las' r ill be ting at t title 1 with Marine Ace, Jet F r**r mising juvenili Fred %  % %  .. Duml : N'u Flagler with Dale R.. record holder. No-, quest of I WANTED TWO-ROOM APARTMENT All-Year Round Monthly Rale Call 2-5411 Ask for Mac TICKETS RESERVATIONS MAJOR LINES ONLY AiR Ci „ 56.65 New York 30.70 59.00 Chicago 32.59 46.60 Washington 25.75 AIR EXCURSIONS Havana RO Nassau R0 BOAT EXCURSION Havana FLOR^A 542 U. S. Tax Not Irc'uded Rates to Other Points on Request LSD TR p cTQn LSO "R = vOU Phone Reservations Apgar Travel Agency 225 Seybold Building Phones 9-5386 or 9-5393 Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith presents THE SECOND ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF X* V ANOTHER RIOT OF SONG AND HUMOR at the Miami Beach Senior High School Drexel Avenue at 14th Street Sunday, Feb 9th 8:00 P. M. NEW MUSIC-NEW STARS-NEW COMEDY All in Yiddish Produced and Directed by Ben Essen fecduAma: • E. ALBERT PALLOT Yiddish Smoothie • FLORENCE LOVINGER Lovely Soprano • MARX FEINBERG Opera Guild Star • DOROTHY KAPLAN Charming Chanteuse • EUGENE (Johnnie) WEISS Sharp Thespian • REV. MAURICE MAMCHES "Lie Professional Touch • MILT FRIEDMAN Gorgeous Tenor • ABE ARONOVITZ Fresh from Other Triumphs • MAURICE GROSSMAN In the Fleshf!) • LEO ACKERMAN Ditto ... But Louder! • J. BERNARD SPECTOR Big Boy Blue • IKE LEVIN Perennial School Boy • ESSIE SCHAFFER Accompanist De Luxe! Make Reservations CALL 3-6306 Limited Seating Make Checks to B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE 330 Seybold Building Tickets $1.50 FARR TOURS 1Z45 Washington Avenue 2315 Collins Avenue II



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PAGE TEN Brotherhood President To Arrive Today Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, dent of the American B: hcod, sponsored by the Nal Conference of Christians and Jews, will arrive in Miami I LEHMAN URGES i 1 NEW YORK hill JTA —Even A. W. Gottschall, direct I many as 200.000 Jews in enMiami Round Tab!'. -•-• number of speakii 11 igemi nts .. for Dr. Clinchy at thi Shelborne hotel. King Cole h tel, Gi '.' Allist : 1.300.000 in merG v meetii tl in I SI • hotel. W iti Bead an I i e Boca Raton club. In additu %  : he w I •'• 'th a number of con plan 1 ervance of Broi W k, Feb. 16-23. President T the former UK torn-hood Wei k Th H n iin Wigei • : Eng%  I i tion opportunities land thi the F. Ashe, f the Uni-'sti • % %  : v th Daniel H Red! -" He Dade count Last August. Dr. Clinch* instru which the i %  tional Con! and J te openint I t Pai < .. • for .... test livil t s thirty.1 Shipment st • %  M is Adele Hyrkin. 4001 In Stat %  • : Pearl Named Auctioneer For Sisterhood Party HP,..:. en named auc• I : the Miinction it thi s V I ;,t ti i wl %  : S1 othi 'tees in%  .; %  ill n and Miss com: A Sand Mrs. G. • Mrs M Kupi [. S : % %  Schul... rnetisl ai Irving i t the %  %  : : :: %  will Ji w ..-':. educat j : Zi iek Talmud nts will be the ad%  raiDAY, JANUARY 24, M M M W %  %  Rejoins Lear Faculty After Overseas Duty %  t % %  ft) L I I ".'•'. 5 t a l tiviti : t he is a '. %  %  %  in %  I H :.-. Frai • Italy a: I En, Your Complex Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morr.s Brother 1 New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flacler St, Miami ... tt, JDC Si .. live at : |iI tion and gra' %  '.'.. .. • %  • '•. 19 %  • I E "orporation and %  %  JDC : i the v. %  JDC. vice: the L lis H So• • .. • • ". d Judge %  •land. • lal incil. t H L :. : Phil Lodge Leaders Confer On District Convention s of B'nai B'rith will be guest rs at the SI luncheon at 12:15 :.. | • %  town Club Id bldg. They are Ju secretary, and Edward Roscnblum. fifth district. A dis< ussi n i :' the 1947 n of the lodge will ght the luncheon. Offici rs uf the Mi in i Beach will meet with Sholem ofng the lunchi n I ci nier with Fisher and Roscnblum on plans for the ict convention to be held .r. Miami Beach in June. than 400 delegates are ted to attend the convention : gia, Virginia. Maryland, th Ca lina, South Carolina. nd the District of Colu Lady Bowlers Organize Organization of the Miami Y [Women's bowling league began last week with 28 entrants. A short league of two months is beI ing held to determine permanent handicaps before a full-length -.,. is started. The league meets each Wednesday evening at the Recreation Bowline al leys. 301 S. Miam i ave. Sisterhood to Elect Members of Beth Tfilah Sisterhood will elect officers at a meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the synagogue. 935 Euclid ave. Rabbi h F. Rackovsky will address the group on "The Importance of Synagogue." Alexander F. Miller, director of the southeastern regional office, Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith in Atlanta, will lecture on important current developments in the South during the spring term of Georgia People's school which begins April 7. The school will be conducted by the Georgia Workers Education Service, a non-profit association dedicated to adult education throughout Georgia. If* *!**! Ift£! i]9NMpMi S S* qpw ff* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 PARTITION INDICATED CAPE TOWN (JTAJ-MOTAI Kentridge, Transvaal member ,J the South African IWl, amen told a Zionist meeting here that Britain's Prime Minister ClemJL R. Attlee and Foreign SecnSI Ernest Bevin had convinced him during his recent visit to Britain"' that the British Government.^L anxious to come to "a reasonable' settlement in Palestine „ n J basis of partition. If partition ha ft been accepted as a solution a few 1 years ago. many thousands d\ Jewish lives might have been saved, he added. FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Include'! MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR \-. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNEH Manninas—9-1244 78-2972 TUaml for REIT f CONVAL£SCEMa -JCHC NIC CASH MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd Phone 5-5868 •'Trustworthy Service" with Resort •00*1/11 fffl Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor, Postal Bldg. Motion Pictures Slated By JPFO Youth Lodge An evening of motion pictures has been an ..nged for 8:30 p.m. by the Greater Miami Youth lodge of the Jewish PeoFraternal Order. "The Rainbow." a Russian film, and "The House I Live In." staring Frank Sinatra, will be shown at the Miami Beach Elementary school. Trans Caribbean DC4 FOUR ENGINE LUXURY SERVICE NON-STOP New York 5 l £ Hours ••• FOR IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS PHONE 3-3455 TRANS-CARIBBEAN AIRWAYS mm [-710 S. W. 12th AV, MIAMI-. \~TEl. 3-3431_] YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FINE FUNERAL SERVICE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Are. Miami Beach EDWARD T. NEWMAN Funeral Director ABE EISENBERG, Treasurer EXCLUSIVE MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVES oi th* nation-wide CAA-Approred AIH AMBULANCE SERVICE with nun* and doctor service U needed. In New York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Are. 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)AY, JANUARY 24. 1947 +Jewlst> ftcrldlar PAGE ELEVEN SDitectaAy, o% SAtaleA Miami ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ai Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder. are. jYiday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum t?5 P m ^ Ra P bl Mescheloff will lecture on the theme: "Religious rritice. Cantor Feder will lead in communal singing. Saturday ^rning services at 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva of Robert, son of Mr. and i. David Aronovitz. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the Barzva boy. Intermediate services at 9 a.m., under the supervision I the Board of Education. Junior congregation at 10 a.m. under fc;supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddish of refreshgents served to both youth groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner and a %  bto.hood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. J. Frecdman charge Mincha at 5:30 followed by Shaloi Sudos. Rabbi Mes%  fceloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at 6:10 p.m. Rabbi Joseph BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. E. Rackovsky. Friday Mindia service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday mmyon 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will Mak Mincha 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Israel Twersky, the "ko/enitzer Rebbi," will be guest speaker. 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 S. W. 17lh ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabalos Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m., AZA youth service. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Redeeming Our Youth. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis will be hosts for the evening and will serve refreshments. Sabbath service, 8:30 a.m. Saturday. The rabbi will speak on "Can We Reason With Miracles?" Youth service K):4.) a ni. in the synagogue. Lila Pearl will discuss the portion the week. Mincha. 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Sunday morning Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m., sponsored by Mr. and Mrs William Clein. Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg will be Hostesses. CONSERVATIVE y CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of ^ Is p .9 we skv Maurice Shurofsky, professor of Hebrew and Engish at the Lniversity of Wisconsin, will be guest speaker. He will aiscuss the subject: -Whither World Jewry?" A reception in the auditorium will follow immediately after the services. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Richard Sepler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Eber will become Bar Mitzva. Students services, 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva Breakfast club, sponsored by the P.T.A., 8:45 a.m. Sunday MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, executive director. Friday evening service, 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services 8:15 p.m. Kabbi Lehrman will preach on "Moses—Architect of Our 2Sf !" l y -", T, s wl11 bl H>e first in a series of three lectures on lants of Israel. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the service ed by the choir. Saturday morning service, 8:45 a.m. The will preach on the weekly portion of the law. The Bar Iras of three boys will be celebrated. They are Arthur Rubin >f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kubin; Bernard S. Yedlin, son of Mr. and Meyer Yedlin, and Laurence M. Stuts, son of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Stuts. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday ^KMarash. executive director of the Beach Y, will be guest speaker. LIBERAL %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Fn.l iv evening service. 8:15 p.m. RabTTKronish will speak on 9 Philosophies." This will be the second in a series of six serMe on the contribution of Judaism and Democracy to a free world Bath service, 10:45 a.m. Ned Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo %  non. will become Bar Mitzva. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions at all services. REFORM %  %  TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. MiamL Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. %  abbath evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Albert A. Miehels B^tor of tho University of Miami Hillel foundation, will speak on Subject: "Jewish Youth Fares the Future." A reception sponWed by the Sisterhood will follow the services. Saturday mornine sarvicc.",. 11 a.m. Ft. Lauderdale. TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews Ave Rabbi David Raab. %  riday evening services, 8 p.m. Sermon subject: "What Does Babbi Do With His Time?" The public is invited to attend lellgious school and Hebrew classes Sunday at 10 a.m. IN THE MAIL Rabbi Goldstein Heads Sabbath Fixity League Dear Editor: Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, until recently the head of the Synagogue Council of America, has been elected president of the League for Safeguarding the Fixity of the Sabbath Against Possible Encroachment by Calendar Reform. Since 1929, the presidency was held by the Rev. Dr. Moses Hyamson, newly elected honorary president, who recently resigned because of ill health. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva university; Hon. Sol Bloom, (ranking member of the Foreign Affairs committee, House of Representatives); Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America; William Lieberman, Dr. Julian Morgenstern, president of the Hebrew Union College; and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Jewish Institute of Religion, were elected honorary vice presidents; and Rev. Dr. Samuel Goldenson, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and Rev. Dr. Elias L. Solomon, vice presidents. Arthur I. LeVine was elected treasurer, and Isaac Rosengarten, honorary secretary. While the League for Safeguarding the Fixity of the Sabbath does not oppose calendar reform as such, it most emphatically opposes the blank day device which would cause the Sabbath to lose its Biblical fixity and to wander to different days of the week. All elements in Jewry, Reform as well as Orthodox, secular as well as religious, have joined the League for Safeguarding the Fixity of the Sabbath in opposition to the blank day device. Among the new members of the executive board chosen are Arthur D. Berliss, Rabbi Chaim I. Bloch, Rabbi Max Drob, Dr. Isaac E. Ehrenreich, Rabbi Mitchel S. Eskolsky, Benjamin E. Freedman, Samuel H. Fromberg, Mrs. Moses Hyamson, Dr. Moses Jung, Mrs. Barnett Kopelman, Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, Dr. Samuel Nirenstein, Jacob Rosenheim, Michael Tress, Mrs. A. H. Vixman, and William Weiss. 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On* of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United Stales A POEM This poem, "The Jew of Today Speaks to Palestine," was written by Dr. Z. I. Sabshin of Miami Beach. Yea, since ancient years You remained in my heart I swear with my tears Of you I am now a part. I was driven and fired— Life I could hardly endure. But see, I never got tired Your name to keep pure. When more grew my despair— In the world all over, My home you began to repair— And offered a safe cover. Look, of the war all the wrath In dust made by blood to tlow. Only to you a clear path Surely cculd heal my woe. All brethren to you have turned— Only with you peace could have lound. Our friendship all neighbors learned Till a foe soiled the ground. That land which oceans reigns— For a while favored our grace. Now to bum ol us giveb pains— She lost the shame of her face. It is the known John Bull That threw you into a strife. 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Richard Flink, brother of the bride, and Al Gerber, cousin of the bridegroom, were ushers. The bride attended Miami Beach Senior High school and the University of Miami, and is a member of Junior Hadassah. She is a granddaughter of Harry Wasserman, a founder and vice president of Beth Jacob. Mr. Weintraub attended schools in New York and served in the Army for two years. GIVE TO THE MARCH OF DIMES! ** Quality Sood Products Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7lh Avanue BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 34924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK ... No Job Too LrQ8 or Toe Small Estimates Cheerfully Given



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ODAY, JANUARY 24, 1947 +Jewlst Meridian PAGE FIFTEEN 4 Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. I! > WINTER SEASON: The winter season of conventions and meetings of Jewish organizations is now in full swing. It opened with the impressive annual meeting of the JDC and will he followed this month by conferences of the American Jewish Committee, the Council of Jewish federations and Welfare jnds and the Jewish Labor Committee The annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee will also mark the 4uth anniversary of the existence of the organization. The status of Palestine will be one of the major topics of discussion, in addition to the problem of normalizing life for Jews in Europe and enabling substantial numbers of displaced Jews to enter the United States Matters relating to the forthcoming Foreign Ministers conference in Moscow, which will prepare the text of a peace treaty for Germany, will also be considered. The inclusion in the treaty of provisions for restitution to Jews of property looted by the Nazis will be sought The American Jewish Conference incidentally, has increased its budget with a view to intensifying its activities in connection with the Germany peace treaty and the problems of securing restitution of Jewish property in former Axis countries. It adopted a budget of $300,000 to finance its expenditures in 1947, which is an increase of $50,000 over its 1946 budget The annual conference of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds will be devoted primarily to problems of American Jewish communal life. Ik will present an overall analysis and perspective of Jewish community services But discussions on problems and programs concerning Jews in Europe and in Palestine will also occupy a good deal of the time of the four-day conclave • The convention of the Jewish Labor Committee, which will take place at Atlantic City simultaneously with the gathering of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will deal with problems of immigration, aid to ews in Europe, and with the fight against bigotry • • • COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: Now ihat the Joint Defense Appeal has been included in the New York quota of the United Jewish Appeal, the BjaVican Jewish Congress is %  asking the same arrangement. — S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collin* A Wash. Aves. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. E^Bso for Hebrew Schools. D-HBD "DID Telephone 5-1017 OF SIX LE BOTTLES LLON BOTTLE Plus Sortie Depotit PHONE 2-4128 85c 75c Negotiations between the American Jewish Congress and the leaders of the UJA are progressing in a very friendly spirit ... As a result of increasing unity in American Jewish life, we shall soon witness the expansion of the administrative committee of the United Jewish Appeal to include representatives of Jewish Welfare Funds At present, the UJA administrative committee is composed of ten members equally divided between the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal, the two major partners. The reorganized administrative committee will be composed of 18 members—six representing the JDC, six representing the UPA and six representing the welfare funds The executive comjommittee of the UJA will be expanded along the same lines it will be composed of 54 members, equally divided among the JDC, the UPA and the welfare funds The 18 members representing the welfare funds in the executive—six of them selected by the New York UJA, four by the Inter-City Committee of the large cities, and one each from the eight regional committees of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds—will require mutual acceptance by the JDC and the UPA The reorganization, which tightens the links between the UJA and the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will not affect the allocations already made. • • • RUSSIAN NOTES: "A Guide To The Soviet Union" by William Mandel, just published by Dial Press, is on e of the best handbooks on Russia One can find an answer to almost any question concerning the USSR, including the question of how the problem of national minorities was solved there However, no mention is made of the numerous Jewish colonies which were established by the Agrojoint with the aid of the Soviet government in the Crimea and in the Ukraine. And Biro-Bidjan, according to the author, is now "relatively unimportant" in the lives of the Soviet Jews ... He points out that the 1,500,000 survivors of the more than 3,000,000 Jews in prewar Russia have now returned to the cities in the Ukraine and the Baltic republics from their wartime refuge in Central Asia They did not move east to Biro Bidjan, he says, because "they evidently feel more at home in their long-lime areas of settlement than they would in the unfamiliar surroundings of Biro-Bidjan" ... A quarter of a century of complete equality with the non-Jewish population has made the Russian Jews prefer to live among their countrymen of all nationalities rather than to settle in the autonomous Jewish district, the author says He stales thai of the Jews evacuated during the war to Central Asia about 50.000 have returned to Kiev; 45.000 to Odessa: 25,000 to Kharkov; 14,000 to Vinnitsa; 10,000 to Berditchev The reason why the Soviet Union was able to turn the tide agairtst Hitler at Stalingrad was because, for the first time in Russian history, the nationalities of Central Asia fought alongside the Russian troops, Mr. Mandel believes This also applies to the Jews in Russia For the first time in their history they were equals in the tanks of the Russian fighting forces and, therefore, distinguished themselves at the front in numbers exceeding their proportion in the general population Selects Jewish Topic "If I Were a Jew" will be the topic of Joseph Barth, minister of the First Unitarian church, during services at the Mayfair theatre, 1605 Biscayne blvd., at 11 a.m. Sunday. Invitation has been extended to Jewish groups in the city to hear Mr. Barth who was recently elected president of the D a d e County Civil Rights council, incorporated for the protection of minority rights. loril fr&w MJGUST BROS R Y£ *T Is the BEST? TOP SOU 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOU CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace FIRST IRO MEETING SLATED FOR GENEVA LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y. (JTA) The first meeting of the preparatory commission of the International Refugee Organization will take place in Geneva on Feb. 11, it was announced here. Acting Secretary General David Owen sent invitations to the governments who have signed both the I.R.O. constitution and the agreement on interim arrangements, and have thereby become members of the preparatory commission. They are the United States, Canada, France, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, the Philippine Republic, Honduras and Liberia. Y Group to Consider Modern Education "Is Present Day Education Geared to Serve Society?" Beach Y members will have their say about the question when they meet Sunday evening, Feb. 2, with Jack Marash, executive director, as moderator. Questions of current interest are considered by the Y's discussion group on alternate Sunday evenings. Future discussions will concern music, euthenasia, art, motion pictures and "One World." Baltimoreans to Install Officers Tuesday Harry R. Sherman will be installed as president of the Baltimore Club of Florida at a meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y. Other newly elected officers are George Gelvar and Mrs. Fay Nachamson, vice presidents; Mrs. Ethel Rothschild, secretary; Morris Rothschild, treasurer, and Joseph Blcckman, sergeant at arms. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rosenberg of Baltimore, who are character actors, will perform one of their comedy skits. Refreshments will be served. Baltimoreans are invited to attend as guests of the organization. The charitable undertakings of the club are being widened and several affairs are being planned in connection with these projects, Sherman said. CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recreation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER, Director 950 Jefferson Ave„ Miami B'ch PHONE 5-5975 Camera Hike Planned A camera hike is being planned by the Beach Y photography group which meets on alternate Thursday evenings. A demonstration of flash photography highlighted last week's meeting. Other phases of the art will be discussed at subsequent meetings. 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UDAY. JANUARY 24. 1947 CJA ORGANIZES WOMEN'S CROUP B'or the first time in the history of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal a separate women's division has been organized to assist in fund raising. The 147 goal is $1,309,741. with the drive scheduled to begin March 2, lasting through March 12. i'Mrs. Stanley C. Myers heads the division with Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Leon Kaplan as cochairmen. %  Additional campaign appointments were made this week by anley C. Myers, chairman of 1947 CJA. Joining the list of trades divibn chairmen are Jacob Sher, \o will head the amusements rision; Max Nankin, shoe dikion, and Sol C. Finn, insurance Vision. VAAD DIRECTOR ISSUES WARNING Jewish residents were warned this week that several stores have falsely claimed to be under supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. %  In a statement to the public, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director of the vaad, declared: **In behalf of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth I wish to inform you that we recommend as koaher only the stores which we supervise and endorse. We warn you not to take the word of any person who tells you that a certain store is under our supervision unless you see the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth there. "No fowl can be recommended by us as kosher unless it bears the ring of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. No other rjng or other sign is supervised, contrailed or endorsed by us. ^We were informed that some stores claim to be under our IMpervision. We therefore warn Hi to look for our sign and ask far our plumbas." A DOLL HOUSE Ifrtth 3 bedrooms; clean as a pin. •ood location. 1*750.00. Down .*syment $3,750.00. Fop other food listings call %  LITTLE RIVER REALTOR Phon* 71-8559 Coral Gables Children Attend Splash Party Coral Gables youngsters will be entertained by the Gables Jewish Center group at a "splash party" from 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Venetian pool. Girls and boys up to the age of 18 have been invited free of charge. Guests will bring picnic lunches and the Center will serve dessert. Races are being planned for swimmers and non-swimmers. In charge of the affair are the youth committee chairmen, Milton Klein and Mrs. A. Edgar Miller. Dr. Charles R. Foster, dean of the University of Miami school of education, will be guest speaker at the Center's Feb. 2 meeting at the Hillel house. He will be introduced by Dr. Leonard Glickstein. Next social affair is the Valentine's party to be held Feb. 15 at the Coral Gables Women's club. It will be highlighted by a burlesque fashion show in which male members of the Center will participate. Mrs. Sidney Lewis will give the commentary and Mrs. Miller will direct a Virginia reel. Rehearsals are now being held by children of the Center's Sunday school for a Purim play to be presented in March. Spinoza Forum to Hear Canadian Author Emeric Sala, Canadian business executive and author of the book "This Earth One Country," will be guest speaker 3 p.m. Saturday at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th st., Miami Beach. Dr. Morris Schneer of New York lectures on "Undstanding Yourself" on Monday evenings and Charles H. Lee speaks on "The Heavens" on Tuesday evenings. Thursday evenings the forum joins the "Town Meetings of the Air," continuing the discussion after the broadcast. Dr. Harry E. Fry Dr. Carleton Yaughan DENTIST Formerly Located at 7 East Flaaler Now In Their New Offices 2157 S. W. 13th Ave. (Corner of Coral Way) TELEPHONE 2-7215 YACHT TONDELEYO ... 81 FT. CHARTER FOR WEEK. MONTH OR SEASON CRUISE AND FISH IN LOVELY KEYS BEAUTIFUL DOCKAGE — SUNSET ISLAND | Copt Al Koppler 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. MachteL Director Olympla Building Phone 3-3720 +Jelstifk>ridton ""* ; i = PAGE SEVEN Miami Zionists to Hear Women's View of Parley The woman's side of the World Zionist Congress won't be neglected when the Miami Zionist district sponsors a report meeting on the congress at Temple Israel Wednesday evening at Temple Israel. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president of the Miami Beach group of Hadassah, and Mrs. Shepard Broad, who accompanied their husbands to the parley in Basle, Switzerland, will describe their experiences abroad. Broad and Goodman, who attended the congress as delegates of the General Zionists, will outline the work accomplished at Switzerland. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the gathering and stress the importance of supporting the Zionist movement. Announcement of a new membership drive to be conducted in February will be made by Burnett Roth, president. Junior League to End Play at Beach Y Sunday Final competition in the Beach Y's teen-age basketball league 11 a.m. Sunday morning will end nine weeks of play among six teams. Competing for the second half crown will be the Playboys, winners of the first half, and the South Beach Comets, now tied for the second half leadership. National ADL Chairman To Speak at Jacksonville District executive committeemen of B'nai B'rith will hear an address by Justice Meier Steinbrink, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith, during their three-day meeting at the Seminole hotel in Jacksonville, Jan. 25 through 27. Justice Steinbrink, member of the New York supreme court, will speak at a banquet to be tendered Sunday evening by the Jacksonville lodge of which Arthur Gutman is president. Attending the meeting from this area will be Louis Heiman, who is first vice president of the fifth district; Mrs. Sam B. Miller and George J. Talianoff. Talianoff, Florida regional director of ADL, is to make a report on his work. Also reporting on ADL will be Alex Miller, southeastern director. Site of the next district convention, tentatively set for Miami Beach, will be approved. The committee will also discuss Hillel, the B'nai B'rith Youth organization and the postwar program of service to veterans in hospitals. FOR SALE Inter-office Communications System. One Master and Two Sub-Stations. Good Condition. Reasonable. Myers, Heiman & Kaplan 650 Seybold Building AJC Director Slated To Address Miami Group Bernard Gittleson, acting director of the American Jewish Congress, will address a meeting of the Miami Women's division of AJC at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Beth David auditorium. Gittleson was instrumental in drawing up the Ives-Quinn bill which prohibits discrimination in employment in New York. A musicale will follow the meeting at which Mrs. Joseph Fine will preside. Financial reports on journal advertisements and the Feb. 4 card party will be made. I intsnd to make my permanent home in Miami and desire room and board with a private family at a reasonable rate Please write DAVID KLE.vWAN, care of Qui Haakell, 528 East 149th St., New York, N. Y. SCHAFFER'S Plumbing Co. For Prompt Service PHONE 9-1 655 CONTRACTING INSTALLATION and REPAIRS 821 S. W. 18th Ave. TONIGHT The Finest In ^ e^wN i n e f i n e s t i n ^



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%  PAGE FOUR Editorial EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS Community leaders from the entire South will convene here Sunday at the Latin Quarter tor the South Florida State Confer ence of the United Jewish Appeal. The oresence of distinguished guests and speakers adds to thetapSSSd W gathering. Those *^^ to attend last year's meeting realize the value Ration be learned from the eyewitness reports to be presentea. It was an epochal decision that was taken by more.than 1 70C American Jewish community leaders recently at the Un edJew fsh Appeal National Conference, in setting the natonal goal at $170.000000 lor large-scale overseas relief and rehabi.it,ton ossislanc* for the upbuilding of the Jewish homelancI in Pataj line to make possible the maximum absorpt.on of Europe. %  home less lews and for the increased aid to newcomers to the United States. This unprecedented and necessary action wa.taken in the face of inadequate inter-governmental relief machinery and in the face of continuing overwhelming needs today confronting the 1.500.000 Jews of Europe. In concise, dramatic terms American Jewry will be advised that only through increased United Jewish Appeal support of he pUgrams of the Joint Distribution Committee. United Pales me Weal and United Service for New Americans can the fume survival and reconstruction of Europe's Jews be assured. Our leaders will go forth in their respective communities carrying this message arousing Jewry to again meet their responsibility. DIVIDED RESPONSIBILITY Quietly, with a minimum of fanfare, campaign workers foi the new Mt. Sinai hospital building fund drive have raised SI 584 000 in less than six weeks since the drive officially opened December 15. This figure is significant in view of the tact that while it is the largest ever raised by any voluntary group in Greater Miami, it came from a comparatively small group ol civic-minded leaders, and was confined to members of the Jewish community alone, although unsolicited donations from nonJews were received. The standard of giving attained, with some individual contributions as high as S50.000, is attributed to the worthiness of the cause itself. Just as Mt. Sinai will be an achievement of no small magnitude, leaders of the drive have set their sights high. Permanent residents of Miami, they feel, have done their part. Now it will be up to the visitors and winter residents to assume their share of the responsibility. A million dollars still remain to be raised. The campaign scene shifts to Miami Beach, where special drive headquarters have been set up to direct a series ol affairs designed to bring in the balance. In the meantime, the permanent Jewish community, have met its quota, is girding itself for another arduous task, the raising of Sl.309,741 for the Combined Jewish Appeal. The figure represents an increase of S526.741 over last year, and will be used for the support of ten local charitable agencies and 42 others, national and international in scope. Huge as these sums may be, there is little doubt but that they will be attained. Just as members of the Jewish community gave to the support of Mt. Sinai hospital, we are confident they will continue to give for the relief of their more unfortunate brothers the world over. JWV Woman to Honor National President Plans for entertaining the national president of the Jewtah War Veterans ladies auxiliary will be discussed at a meeting oi the Miami Beach auxiliary Wedv evening. Feb. 5 at the American Legion home, 1828 AI ton id. according to Mrs. Sol Jaffe, president. Miss Tina Brill, of Chicaao. national president, will arrive „ere Feb. 23 and among the events she will attend is the JWV military ball planned for that evening at the Beach Elks lodge Meanwhile the Beach auxiliary is in the midst of a membership Irive under the chairmanship of Mrs. Willard H. Bender, 1019 Fourth st. Mrs. Jaffe pointed out that membership is open to mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, grandmothers and grand-daughters are eligible to join the organization. Major work of the auxiliary is preparation and presentation of gifts to disabled veterans and widows and orphans of war dead. Mrs. Jaffe said. .Members are not j called upon for nursing duties, she emphasized. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 19J rr*~~ JSSB TO INCREASE PROFESSIONAL STAFF Following a decision of the JSSB board of directors, the pro:'. ssional staff of the Jewish Social Service bureau is to be increased. Charles Cohen, executive director of the bureau, will leave for New York next week to interview applicants for case work and supervisory positions. Cohen raid this week that a larger professional staff would be d to conduct the proposed program of the bureau. The program is to include service to emigrees, service to the Jewish Home for the Aged, pcrs n,,l and family counselling to pe.sons needing such services as v. ell as financial assistance, outP'.st service four nights a week a! 1 mmunal centers. Also contemplated is limited : %  u't and protective service, lim,tec. consultation service to the V's ard other community centers. service to out-of-town agencies or persons tnd service to the Baror. de Hir&ch Loan fund. RAY LEV TO GIVE FIRST PUBLIC PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITION WRITTEN BY LOCAL VETERAN First public performance of a the patio of the school following composition written by a young the concert. Coral Gables veteran will be inHostesses will be the Mesdames. eluded in the piano recital of Miss Carl Wcinkle. Milton S:: kin. Carl Ray Lev who will appear at the Susskind. Leo Hubern.an. BenjaMiami Beach Senior High school min Goldstein, Ada Joseph, ElCONFERENCE AT MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY PALESTINE WAR HERO TO SPARK STATE UJA (Continued front Page I) break of the war in 1939 and since Apte. a noted Tampa bus n then has dev ited all her time and leader, added: "The Jewish comefforts to aiding in the recovery munity leaders of South Florida of the Jews in Europe and other will draft plans to provide through the United Jewish Appeal for overseas relief and rehaoilitatii in, for the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine to facilitate the maximum absorption of Europe's homeless Jews and for refugee aid to Jewish immigrants reaching the United States." "One out of every six Jews in Europe is today living in a displaced persons camp in Germany. war-affected areas. A Smith colgraduate, Mrs Lawrence has. in addition to her work in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. played an important role in public and community service work in New York. Greater Miami members of the sponsoring committee are Sam Blank. Shepard Broad. Harold Cohen, Harry Cornblum, Mrs Max Dobrin, Frank Frankel. SamISENBERG ACCEPTS DRIVE LEADERSHIP Chairmanship of the Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith membership drive lias been accepted by Michael M. Isenberg. Miami attorney, according to Sam Silver, president, A veteran of five years' Army service. Isenberg was at one time chief of the law department of the provost marshall general school which trains all military police officers for the U. S army. During the March membership drive his chief co-worker will be Alex Cohen. Austria or Italy," Mr. Apte added. ue i Fnedland, Moses Ginsberg. "These 250,000 people—who include many thousands of children—must be sustained, physically and spiritually, until a permanent solution of their plight is effectuated." During the war. John W. Vandercook covered the fighting fronts as a national network commentator and correspondent. He was one of the first reporters to visit the notorious Buchenwald concentration camp. He also reported the fighting at Anzio Beach and accompanied the first contingent of troops who invaded Normandy. Sidney Flatow won international acclaim as an UNRRA "trouble shooter" when he cleaned up the shocking conditions prevailing at the Zeilshein DP camp, of which he later became director. Mrs. Barbara Lawrence retired from commercial life at the outAbraham Goodman. Charles Greenfield. Harry Harris. Benjamin Kane-. Marcie Liberman, Sam Luby. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C Myers, Max Orovitz. Joseph Richter. Dan Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, Wm. D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein. Arthur A. Ungar, Carl Weinkle. Leonard Wien and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Representing other Florida cities on the committee arc Chas. Adler, Tampa; Harry Blumberg, Lakeland; Martin Dubbin. West Palm Beach; Benjamin Duke, Ft. Pierce; James C. Heller, Orlando; Mrs. Michael Kahn. Sebring; Joseph Pearlman. Key WestCharles Reiss, Ft. Lauderdale; Fred Poller, Ft. Myers; A. J. Diamond, Hollywood; Henry Nadelman, Sarasota, and Abraham Sierkese, St. Petersburg. Two Local Appearances Scheduled for Rubinoff Tickets for the Rubinoff concert.-, went or. sale this week at the mezzanine floor of Burdine's and may be purchased between 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily. Rubinoff. internationally noted concert violinist, will appe the Bayfront Park auditorium and the Miami Beach Senior High school Feb. 11 and 12 under ponsorship of the AMVETS according to Claude Morgan and Phil Ban, cochairman of the concert committee. The concerts will be for the benefit of the American Veterans of World War II (AMVETS) fare and building fund. at 8:30 p.m. Saturday under the auspices of the Community Concert scries of the Beach Y. The composition. "Midnight— Soho," is the first movement of the London suite by Joseph Harnell. 706 Alhambra circle, who is sure to be one of the most interested listeners at tomorrow's concert. Unsuccessful in his attempts to have his work published in New York. Harnell was advised to get a noted performer to introduce his composition. "I had heard how *j .iipathetic Miss Lev is toward struggling young composers, so I asked her to give me a chance-." he says. Miss Lev is planning to play the four movements cf his suite in Carnegie Hall. New York, this spring. Harnell describes the first movement as a short descriptive passage depicting the strange, eerie atmosphere of Soho. The piece was written while Harnell was attending Trinity collegem London on a scholarship he received while 111 the Army. Also on the program will be selections which were dedicated to Miss Lev—"Toccata Guatemala" by Sam Morgan-tern and "Gazelle" and "Intermezzo" by Manna-Zucca of Miami. A reception in honor of Miss Lev will be tendered by the Y in liot Winterfield, Louis FleischI man, George Bertman. Wilharr. >J Bernstein. Leo Chaikin. Benjamin % Blumberg, Aaron Cohen, Rhoda j Lev inc. And the Mesdames Leonard Rusnak, Louis Sigal. Walter VollM weiler, Harry Zukermi k. Joseph .. Rambam, Jack Mara.:;. Charles Bender, M. B. Cirhn, Irving Frankel, Nat Hankoff. Louis Heman, David Isen. Max Meiscl,J David Phillips, Samuel A. Ri* kind. S. W. Shapiro, Harold Turk, and Nat L. William* The complete cone:program will be: e ',,11. erto Irono In 1' 1 An-anftd for piano 1 lias Lev] 1: lo HI l> sonala in e' major %  Prom "Music r-.i e; "|>"s ei;, !' Toe .0.1 Guatemala S 11 %  (nwMcatetl i" M Mi.li.iuli: Soho llir !" J 1 Klmt pel torn %  < A Two piece* cl i-.ti.-init1 to M El Ida 111 E mator. • major.. i-lii-i/... 111 II flat mil s. w. Florida. welTemple Men's Club Maurice Shudofsky, professor of English and Hebrew at the University of Wisconsin, will discuss "Whither World Jewrv' a meeting of the Temple bnolom Men's club at 8:15 Tuesday evening at the at Beth p.m. n.ty house hall V ^^7" •"Jen ist fh rldHcin FLORIDA'S ONLY ANCLO-JEWISH WEEKLY hu P T b J' ,h ." 1 .every Friday since 1927 By The Jewish Floridian at 21 Second Avenue. Miami 4 l^n d ," """"-ciaM matter July Fla !" H •? %  ? P ost ice f Miamr na.. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed wki!*' S l i n,tw and tne Je ish .IIZi y Mer "b r of the Jewish Teleg"P, h,c A 0ency. Seven Arts Feature Natfon. e tH^ rldWlde New Service, can a. Ed ". on l Association. Ameri. Nel.^.'r, 1 '",/' English. Jewish Newspapers. Flor.da Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ., ,y. Two Years] J i22 Six Months..,'.'.'. \ $2 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher RITA E. GROSSMAN News Editor Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 21 S. W. Second Avenue Playwright Honored Arthur Wolfson of New York. playwright, compose: and iinl was honored at an affair held as the home of Mr. and Mrs. & Shubov. 420 Jeffer.urday evening. Jan. 11Mr. Wolfson read own three-act phi Kulick." A discus work followed. Refreshments Mrs. Shubov. pie. including several bers and friends o ne of his %  V elvel of the n rved by More then 60 peo ntcrs a memueis anu uiraiua neer Women's Organi. Two, attended. cv; Bcac VOLUME 20 NUMBER Friday. January 24. 1947 SHEVAT 3. 5707 On Zionist Broadcast Mrs. Abraham Goodman, P dent of the Miami Beach f5'' oup Hadassah, was guest the "Palestine Reports prog' on Station WKAT Sunday ning. Sponsored by the Miami Zionist district, the proS"" 1 conducted by Al Stona at p.m. each Sunday. Weekly luncheons of the ?L trict are held Wediv noon at the National nett E. Marks, vice P''^ 1 *"^ the Arizona district of the Zi" Organization of America, dressed the meeting this wet* Make your dimes march that others may walk> l THE MARCH OF DIMES.



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19471 SisMrs. reas• Seli^wiislUEIliDiddBiap ^^^. T H E JEWISH UNITY VOLUME 20 NUMBER 4 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Palestine War Hero To Spark State UJA Meet Labor Committee Opens pDrive Here Monday [ A heroine of the Warsaw Ghetto will launch a drive for the Jewish Labor committee in Greater Miami at a rally scheduled for 8 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach High school. j Known by the name of "Vladka" when she worked in the underground, the young girl was 17 when the Germans occupied Warsaw and established the Ghetto. i Because of her "Aryan" appearance she was selected for dangerous liaison missions between the Ghetto and the Aryan •ection of Warsaw. It was she who smuggled dynamite for the famous uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto against the Nazis. She carried messages, funds and supplies into the Ghetto, and smuggled children out of it. The local campaign has been endorsed by the Workmen's Circle groups and the Central Labor Union of AFL. It will extend through March 1. Two other affairs are also being planned. On Feb. 16 Hertz Grossbard, Polish actor, and F. Shrager, underground fighter from France, will appear at a concert. Plans for the third event are to be announced. Local officers of the drive are J. Duntov, chairman; Dr. L. Sadoff, treasurer: P. Rosenthal, Secretary, and M. Haskel, S. Katz, H. Fried, H. Laibson, C. Weintraub and H. Abramowitz. Headquarters are at 2008 Alton rd. Z. J. Lichtenstein, a former Warsaw councilman, is campaign director. He was brought to America "by the Labor committee in 1940 with a group of 2,000 unVLADKA 12 Miamians Named To National JDC Board KTWCIVC local residents were Bsmecl to tin 1 national council of the Joint Distribution committee at the 32nd annual meeting of the committee luld in New York on Hn. 12. %  Elected to the council were Mrs. MontiSilig, Herbert Scher, Sam Lachman, Irving Frankel, Abe Goodman, Harry A. Cornbluin. S;,miiel H. Friedland and Hat H. Hankoff. %  Reelected were Sam Blank, Benjamin N. Kane, Joseph R. Htein and Carl Weinkle %  The national council is the cor:• jorate membership of the organi: lation. Its members elect the [board of director* and empower • it to administer funds and prol grams of the JDC in the relief, ^reconstruction and emigration of HBistressed Jews overseas. OtB Takes Fifth Census Religious Bodies I WASHINGTON (JTA)— QuesRennaires vie being mailed to all churches and synagogues in the flnlted States for the fifth deanial census of religious bodies, e Bureau of the Census anDunced this week. The census of religious bodies been taken every ten years ice 1906. It provides the only ficial government figures with spect to membership in the irious religious denominations organizations. The last census religious bodies, taken in 1936, kvealed that there were 3,72? cal Jewish congregations with a embership of 4,641,184. There tre 2,851 synagogue buildings ported with a total value of approximately $126,000,000. ion leaders, speakers, journalists and other Europeans who were deemed to be in special danger. Emergency visas were granted by the State department for this group. During the war, the Jewish Labor committee supplied money to the underground to fight Naziism and smuggle children out of the Ghetto and hide them. Funds were channeled through agents in Switzerland.by special permission of the U. S. government. The committee is not a political organization, Lichtenstein stated when asked the official policy on Palestine. "It is like a Red Cross of the Jewish working people to rebuild Jewish life in Europe," he said. The committee has established in France, Poland and Belgium cooperative shops, rest homes, orphanages, sanitariums for children and schools. It has secured visas from the governments of France, Sweden, Belgium and Norway to resettle thousands of displaced Jews. At the rally Monday night, Vladka will make an appeal for Americans to become foster parents of European children and support them in the committee's rest homes and sanitariums. Michael Rosenberg, character actor, will also participate on the program. RESIST TERROR JERUSALEM (JTA) — In the strongest measure yet taken by the Jewish community to curb terrorism, the Jewish National Council this week adopted a resolution calling on Palestine Jewry to resist terror by force if necessary. Adoption of the resolution came after vigorous statements by David Remez, chairman of the National Council, and Goldie Meirson, head of the political department of the Jerusalem section of the Jewish Agency, in which they warned that not even the threat of civil strife will deter the leadership of the Yishuv from combatting the extremists, if they continue their present activities. "The Zionist movement disapproves of murder, and the shedding of the blood of innocents as a means of political struggle, and the Yishuv will forcibly oppose acts of domination and blackmail through terror," Remez said. "We will defend ourselves, by force if necessary, against the extortion of money from shopkeepers to fill terrorist coffers, against compelling teachers and pupils to join in terrorist work, against threats to Jewish policemen and against forcing the drivers of taxis and other cars to assist terrorists." The action by the council followed an Irgun broadcast in which the underground organization warned that "Palestine will not be quiet and illegal immigration will not be stopped." The broadcast accused Mrs. Meirsorf and other agency leaders of favoring partition, and ridiculed their pleas for peace "while they go to London to carry out partition." Isaac Ben-Aharon, Palestine's leading war hero who has just arrived in the United States, will be one of the principal speakers at the South Florida State Conference of the United Jewish Appeal which will be held Sunday at the Latin Quarter, Palm Island, according to Day J. Apte, Florida state chairman of the UJA. Ben-Aharon, one of Palestine's most distinguished citizens and a member of the political department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, will report to the 400 leaders of Jewish communities throughout South Florida on Palestine's role in the re^^ habilitation and resettlement of —— %  %  %  28 JEWS ARRESTED JERUSALEM (JTA)—Twenty eight Jews were arrested last weekend in the latest of a series of sporadic raids by British troops on Jewish towns and settlements in various parts of the country. TRUMAN ALARMED ABOUT BIGOTRY WASHINGTON (JTO)—President Truman expressed alarm this week at "a latent spirit" of racial and religious bigotry in the United States and warned against development of Ku Klux Klanism "unless we do something tangible to prevent it." Speaking informally to the first organizational meeting of his Committee on Civil Rights, which conferred in an all-day session at the White House, the President urged implementation of the Bill of Rights and promised the assistance of the Attorney General and the office of the president in getting "tangible results." "I don't want to see any race discrimination," the President declared. "I don't want to see any religious bigotry break out in this country as it did in 1922." Without mentioning the K.K.K. by name the President recalled its upsurge in 1922 in Missouri. "I want our Bill of Rights implemented in fact," he said. "We have been trying to do this for one hundred and fifty years. We are making progress, but we are not making progress fast enough. This country could very easily be faced with a situation similar to the one with which it was faced in 1922." Hotels Sponsor Event For Sinai Campaign Forty benefit dinners in the next four weeks have been scheduled for Miami Beach ocean front hotels, according to Herbert Schwarz of the Mount Sinai hospital building fund campaign. The hotel participation program began Wednesday with a dinner-show at the Ritz-Plaza hotel and was followed on Thursday night by a similar affair at the Atlantic Towers. Hotel owners and managers are I hosts at the dinner shows which are being held for hotel guests | and their close friends, Schwarz explained. Leading stars of Miami Beach night clubs are providing the entertainment. In order to avoid conflict with parties planned by the committees for the March of Dimes and its benefit performance at the Beach theater Tuesday midnight, Jan. 28, rescheduling of some benefit' hospital functions has been announced by Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the visitors division of the Mount Sinai drive. Wien declared: "We want to do everything possible to aid this very important effort to stamp out infantile paralysis which is closely related to our campaign to relieve Greater Miami's shortage of hospital facilities." The two major shifts in the hospital building fund campaign's benefit dinner-shows are the Shelborne hotel function to Jan. 31 and the Versailles hotel's dinner-show to Feb. 11. Entertainment for both of these affairs will be sponsored, as planned, by leading Beach night clubs. Functions scheduled for next week include: Sunday, Jan. 26, Town House—buffet, dance and entertainment; ShorehamNorman, buffet and entertainment; Monday, Jan. 27, White House, dinner and show; Jefferson and Bancroft, dance and entertainment to be held in patio of Jefferson; Wednesday, Jan. 31, Shelborne hotel, dinner and show. Schwarz, chairman of the arrangements committee of the hospital drive's visitors division, detailed the formation of men's and women's committees-of-three who have been assigned to each hotel. Named chairman at a White House hotel "brunch" on Sunday were Harry Zukernick and Alvin Cassel, speakers committee, and William W. Shayne, entertainment. Europe's homeless Jewish survivors. Now in the United States in behalf of the $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs an


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HnnMnKg^ Mffi EKSHT Package Is Admission To Congregation Party A package of new merchandise will be admission to the party which the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will sponsor at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the Biscayne temple, 115 N.W. 15th ave. Mrs. Milton Weiner is chairman of the event which will include entertainment, a n auction and refreshments. Beach Hadassah Starts Fund Raising Effort With the distribution of subscription books. th Miami Beacr. group of Hadassah has inaugurated a fund raising campaign to meet its quota in a national to assist Hadassah's three major projects—Youth Aliyah. J< National Fund and child welfan and vocational education. In charge of the campaign are Mrs. Milton Wolf, Mrs. Carl Wcinkle. Mrs. Leo Chaikii Mrs. BenNames of new board members I jamin Goldstein, Mrs. M. K<. were announced at a meeting; stein and Mrs. Harold Vinson. Wednesdav evening. They are j Members who meet William Clein, Morris Kotkin, dividual quotas will be guests Mrs. Nathan Braunstein, Mrs. i the chapter a Sam Blank, Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, Ben Efronson, Mrs. Ben Stone. Mrs. Hershey Glantz and Mrs. Mary Weingrow. Miltor. Weiner was elected chairman of the bylaws committee. Named to serve with him were Ed Becker. Mac Apfelbaum. Nat Blur.-.bcrg, Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz. Max Jacobskind and Mrs. E. A. Moss. Plans for the organization's Purirr. Ball are being made. The event, to be held March 2 at the AMVETS ballroom, will include music by Manny Gates orchestra and an entertainment program prepared by Mrs. Max Jacobskind, chairman of membership, and her committee. Information concerning the affair may be obtained from Mrs. Ed. Becker, 1121 S W. Second St. luncheon to be held lose oI the drive. The current members] ip can paign will be conducted 30 n days ending with the Februar) meeting, according to an aunouncement by the chaii Mrs. Joseph B. Po:: VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR CJA CAMPAIGN A call for volunteer office workers to assist in the Combined Jewish Appeal impaign was issued this week by Mrs Benjamin Sherry, chairman of the volunteers d.vision. Typists, stenographers, filing clerks, proof readers are needed as are a commercial artist and a photographer, she said. Volunteers may report to Sam Goodman at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offices in the Congress bldg. Synagogue Dedication Set for February 16 Formal dedication of Tfilah synagogue. 935 Euclid has been tentatively set for Sunday, Feb. 16. according to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Completion of the build::.: :.expected by that date. Pli ing w. s I • gun this week. The synagogue has been in use since the High Holidays. Construction was begun early last sum::. Two Parties Planned For Lear Classes Parties foi the graduating class j >te S !" ?"*" I this wwkend r Le ar s hool, 1010 Uest a%e. This eveninj I e school's Gen. ,: Organization will give tne :: lies consisting of ongskits and s ngs at a farewell rm graduchool students will pate. A tely 100 children are • | %  a tl pool party ,,nd ': er planned for the te grades tomorrow ,; and contests vill 1 I ired and prizes will :•. ::. .. Norton. New V rk red as Musette :n the local product:, n of "La Bofoi the Lear school .:Wednesday. Another recent guest ,::::.-: was Syd Skolsky. usic and author of With Music." Art ex il its sei t each month m th New York Modern Mus• d at the The current exhibit is Model A: lists Look at : FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, Y EDITOR NAMED Mrs, Milton Sachs, 1533 S. W Third St.. has beer, appointed editor of th ntl ly News Bult< tin : d j : e Miami Y. The! appointment was made by Ted Sakowitz, chairman of th Ization's publicity committ. %  FDR Review Scheduled Edward Clarke of the University of Miami faculty will be guest speaker ai the next meeting of the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women to be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the National hole! auditorium. Clarke will review the "Life of Roosevelt" by McKenzie. Refreshments will be served. 'When There's A Job To Be Done CALL A-l" A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 612 N. E. 2nd Avenue Wh te ana Colored Help Phones 2-5163 — 9-6727 ORANGE BOWL Every Friday Nite 8:15 International POLO TONTTE Miami vs. N. Y. Athletic Club TICKETS AT: Burdma't. Miami •urflinea. Lincoln Read Mare ADbott 345 Coral Way. C. G. Raaervatiora. Ph. 2-4162 PRICES: Children. S0e 0*n. Adm. $'.00 (Upper Standti Reterved. S2.00 (Lower Stands) Box Seats. $2 00 Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera Se Many Varieties of Rare Trees Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years oi Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY A$ A BEAR, ,% ACA$EOFNERVE$" SHE $AID. $0 I SUGGESTED MILE) NERVINE AND SENT HER OFF TO BED. ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE ev CONTROL _50feor Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AMD BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Aye., Miami Beach E TRULY HOLER. PXWUIMI Be W i: When nervou. tension causes a nft in your family when ten nervea make you Cranky, quarrelsome... when you are kestlew. Wakeful have Nervous Headach. or Nervou. Indigestion try Miles NERVINI See how thia mild, tffectiv. aedauve help, relieve S3£ yoursen and permit* refresh Ing sleep Recommend R S pfly "nd Wends. Get Mil,* "'"SNERVINE D Phi E Alumnae Plan Round Up Luncheon Thcta alumnae chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority is planning a "round up" luncheon for 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. I, in the Shell room ol the Colonial hotel. Purpose of the luncheon is to bring together all D Phi E members now residing or visiting in Greater Miami. Details of the chapter's local servic • project will be revealed and MiSS Natalie Sandra Frankel, alumnae liaison officer, will report on activities of the University of Miami undergraduate chapter. Reservations for the luncheon may be made during the morning hours with Mrs. Joel P. Newman, 608 West 51 St., Miami Beaach. Lehrman to Conduct Baccalaureate Service Ru'oi : Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will cor.duct the service and deliver the sermon at the baccalaureate program to be presented in honor of the graduating class of the Miami Beach Senior High school. The program is scheduled for Sunday evening at the high school auditorium. National YPL President! To Address Beach GrouJ Seymour Poles, national p re J dent of the Young People's leapl of United Synagogues, will a dress a meeting of the Yoiasl People's league of the Mini Beach Jewish-Center Monday eV e.| ning at the Center. Poles, who is also president rf| the Hartford, Conn., chapter n( YPL, is visiting here with Bera.1 Cantor, organizer and preside" of the Rockville, Conn., ypV chapter. They will be guests at the Beach ] meeting on their return from a trip to Havana. CEMETERY The only family plot oi sixteen graves located in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery now available for resale. Call H. SIMONS Phone 2-3151 LIQUOR BAR PACKAGE STORE FOR SALE BY OWNER EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR QUICK SALE. WELL ESTABLISHED. WONDERFUL LOCATION. 12138 BISCAYNE BLVD. CHARLES KELEMEN LOUIS D. CONSTANT For Hotels, Restaurants, Institutions, Etc. iChinaware. Silverware, Glass-; waie. Kitchen Equipment. \ Domestic Dinnerware Sets. | Silverware Sets 2714 N. 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icem *n .'. 'ey wi; e mphij '' %  or •ct ^ bi SatJ md D: folio*. eir enMr. and (Bait.. lr. and S. 1 Pa. A nia coldelphu %  s wjj Pacite medical ns ho$i she rei OSE .ASS I S IY, JANUARY 24, 1947 fJewisii fkridhrTun PAGE THREE ID I 1-483* ERBEH M1AMIANS TO ATTEND 1NERAL ASSEMBLY .Stanley ('. Myers of Miami will leave next Friday for Atlantic City to preside at the 1947 general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare fund*, which convenes Jan. 31 for a four-day session at the Ambassador hotel. Myers was elected president of the organization at last year's assembly in Detroit. Other Miamians who will represent the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, one of more than 300 member organizations of the council, are Mrs. Myers. Max Orovitz, Abraham Goodman, Irving Frankel and Morris Klass. Also planning to attend is Daniel Rosenthal, activities director of the Miami Y, who will pay special attention to youth sessions at the assembly. Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service bureau. may also participate in the conferences Myers, who is Federation chairman of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal here, said that delegates from Federations and Welfare funds all over the United States will meet to discuss national and community Jewish problems, and will take part in discussion groups relative to all Federation activities. To Attend Seminar A toutheastern group work seminar in Houston, Tex., will be attended by Randy Polansky, activities director of the Beach Y, from Jan. 27 through 31. The seminar is sponsored annually by Tulane university of New Orleans. Babi, THRIVE opt foods trom the FLATOW TO SPEAK AT "Germany As I Saw It" will be described by Sidney Flatow at the installation dinner to be held by the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith Sunday evening at the Latin Quarter. Flatow won international acclaim as an UNRRA "trouble shooter" when he completely changed conditions at the Zailshein DP camp, of which he later became director. He was active in aiding Jewish survivors in Europe to reach Palestine and prior to his return to the United States last year set up an.orphanage for 150 Jewish children. A slate of officers, headed by Walter C. Kovner, Miami Beach attorney, will be inducted to office. Kovner is second president of the lodge, the organization having been formed in 1045. He succeeeds Gorge Bertman. The Latin Quarter floor show will entertain guests at the dinner-dance. Hospital Drive Ends Local Solicitation Solicitation of local residents for the Mt. Sinai hospital campaign will not be reinstated until the end of the Federation drive, according to Max Orovitz, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Date for resumption of local solicitation for the hospital is set for April. The hospital drive will conclude April 15. Meanwhile, a check for $150,000 representing a "down payment" on the intended $3,000,000 Mount Sinai hospital was given by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, building fund campaign chairman, to Marcie Liberman, Mt. Sinai treasurer. The money has been received from pledges to date totalling $158,000 in the $2,500,000 campaign. WHACK, • Tiny toti relish Heinz Stroined Spinach! Made from the dark green, curly variety of spinach, it makes a valuable ^ addition to baby's diet. INSIST OIV HEINZ Make your dimes march so that others may walk. JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES. OPEN TONIGHT1 ] "V BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT EIGHTY-SIXTH STREET RESERVATIONS Phone "Ronco," 7-9247 RABBIS SEEK FUNDS FOR DETROIT YESHIVA A yeshiva which was transplanted from Poland during the war is being conducted in Detroit, Mich., and two rabbis are now visiting Greater Miami to seek funds for the institution. Rabbi Jacob Hoberman of Congregation Beth Itzchock, Detroit, Mich., and Rabbi M. A. Kamien, who recently arrived in America from Shanghai, are here in the interest of Yesivath Chachmey Lublin. Founded in Lublin, Poland, by the late Rabbi Meyer Shapiro in 1929, the Yeshivath was uprooted by the Nazis in 1939. A graduate of the institution reorganized it in 1942 in Detroit and 120 American and Canadian students now attend the school. A group of 15 young men recently arrived from Shanghai to continue their studies in the Detroit school. Rabbis Hoberman and Kamien have spoken at the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Beth Tfilah during the past week and expect to appear before other local congregations. Rabbi Hoberman may be reached at Apartment 23, 441 15th st., Miami Beach. Dux Plan Quiz Program For Sunday Breakfast Sunday morning breakfast to be sponsored by the Dux club at the Miami Y will be a coffee and donut fest highlighted by a quiz contest, according to Charles Zalis, president. Daniel Rosenthal, activities director of the Y, will conduct the quiz program. In the Y's intramural basketball league, the Dux team is tied with Sigma Rho for leadership. The two teams will play at the Y" Monday night. High point man in the league is Don Shackman of the Dux who scored 31 points in a game against the Five by Fives this week. Final score was 48-31 in favor of the Dux. WANTED Refined young lady' to share comfy apartment. Close in. Reasonable. Have telephone. Box ABC, care of Jewish Floridian, Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. %  jsBY FOODS Tiw iy j HAl MIANS "KOSHPr I far the Mol of endorie% el the UNION OF ORTHO%  JEWISH CONGREGATIONS %  AMERICA on the lobtli of IS r *• HEINZ STRAINED FOODS Uf the HEINZ JUNIOR FOODS Balder bobiei). • TO OUR MANY FRIENDS ON THE BEACH WE HAVE MOVED TO MIAMI BLY & DALE GARAGE Automobile Repairs 145 S. W. First Street PHONE 3-9500 B. & R. IRON, METAL & SALVAGE Buyers of SCRAP IRON. METALS and SALVAGE WE DO HAULING Highest Prices Paid for AUTO WRECKS MACHINERY, Etc. 1292 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-0211 Selig to Be Chairman Of Y Cornerstone Event Appointment of Monte Selig as chairman of the Miami Y cornerstone laying ceremonies was announced this week by Leon Kaplan, Y president. r: Date of the ceremonies has been changed to Sund a y afternoon, Feb. 23. Named to serve with Selig in arranging the program were Max R. Silver, Dave Brown, Sam Seitlin, Ben Essen. Herb Scher, Charles H. Cohen, Henry Jacobson, Leo Ackerman. And E. Albeit Pallot, Abe Goldman, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, George Chertkof, Eugene Weiss, Wm. D. Singer, and Leon Kaplan. Plans for the event were made at a meeting Wednesday afternoon. SELIG Jacob Shcr, Make your dimes march so that others may walk. JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES. X oJe3 Cur $1.00 per Dozen Potted, Ready to Bloom, Shrubs, Etc. Two Blocks West of Le Jeune Road 4391 N. W. 12th Street 4-6994 Brunn's Gardens Undefeated Y Team Leads Beach League The undefeated Beach Y basketball quintet walloped Langner Construction 32-24 Monday nght to take the first half crown of the Miami Beach league with its seventh straight win. Leading the league is the Y's Howie Sarath, who has chalked up 91 points. Second half of the league opens Monday night at the Miami Beach Senior High school with the Y slated against Epicure Market at 8.30 p.m. The Y will meet the American Legion cagers Wednesday night. ^AJGIJST BPO&RVp 1 LT^ t* the BE tTt Z* NEWSWEEK—"New YorkersT applaud a colossal musician." j The Community Concert Series presents RAY LEV Brilliant Pianist N. Y. TIMES—"Clear, authoritative and eloquent rare artistry." Saturday, January 25. 1947 Miami Beach High School Adm. $2.50 plus tax Tickets available: YMAWHA. 1 Lincoln Rd.; Morris Bros., 1261 Washington Ave.; M. B. Radio, 1219 Lincoln Rd.: Mogull's, 425 41st St.; Normandy School, 1021 Birritj Or. : Auspices: YM & WHA ef Miami Beach. Set tUe£i OJU YlabuAal Wxu> Naturopathic Medicine, Plus Physio Therapy, Colon Irrigation. Diet, Spinal Manipulations, etc., will help nature make you well. PALMA HEALTH CLINIC Telephone 3-3435 318 Seybold Building Formerly Mattera Health Clinic UPHOLSTERY CLEANING — FURNITURE ACE RUG CLEANERS CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS Clean Rugs Make Healthy Homes Rugs Cleaned, Dyed & Demothed — Carpet Laying 8c Repairing 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 Miami 36, Fla. DR. ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL DR. WM. M. SCHIFF Announce the removal of their offices from the Huntington Bldg. to 515 VENETIAN WAY BLDG. (515 N. E. 15th St.) Practice of Dentistry Phone 2-4819 Edit INFANTILE PARALYSIS THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS THIS SPACE SPONSORED BY GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th. Avenue Miami, Florida



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