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The Jewish Floridian ( January 31, 1947 )

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ji^lieM^^WEIliDipidffiayn %  ME 20—NUMBER 5 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS mittee Seeks Fair hi For Arabs, Jews SIT I ITTACK DELAYS IKVNIST'S DEATH JERUSALEM. (JTA) — The execution of Duv Gruner, member of the Irgun Zvai Lcumi who was sentenced to death by a military court for participating in an attack on a Palestine police Station, has been postponed for an indefinite period following the kidnapping by Jewish extremists of Judge Ralph Windham, who was snatched from the Tel Aviv District courtroom Monday. The hanging of Gruner was originally scheduled to have taken place Tuesday. The postponement was granted by l.t. Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker. British Commander-in-chief, in order to enable Gruner to appeal to the Privy Council, highest court in the British Commonwealth. Meanwhile, High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham summoned Jewish leaders and told them that he may impose martial law on certain sections of the country, if tie kidnapped judge, as well as COLLINS FREED Sollins, held prisoner by the Jewish underground for 78 hours, stumbled into a clinic in the heart of Jerusalem Wednesday night and told police he had fought his way to freedom, Th other abducted civilian. Judge Ralph Windham, was llt nharmed near Tal Aviv Tuesday night and received an OTSilon when h c returned to his court in that city Wednesday morning. Plajor H. J. Collins, who kidnapped by extremists B^K-in Jerusalem, were not i Mayor Israel Rokach of Tel ^viv hs i sued a proclamation calling upon the terrorists to release the two Britons. A curfew of indefinite duration has been imposed on the Jewish quarters of Jerusalem and Haifa ~; dusk-to-dawn curfew is in ect in all of Tel Aviv and on ally all roads. Hundreds of eaviljpf armed, helmeted troops ^ %  nbing the three cities in ^E>r the four youths and a girl who seized Collins at his ^fcnday, and the ten men ^ %  raded Windham's court :and escorted him into a waiting •car at gun-point. Windham's kidnappers brandished tommy guns and revolvers at ill those in the court, forcing them to line up against the walls. Bgc was still wealing his Hlicial robes and his white wig when he was led from the courtroom Sirens were sounded ajmost immediately and the courthouse was cordoned off by police. NEW YORK, (JTA) — The American Jewish Committee at its 40th annual meeting this week adopted a resolution, which was later incorporated in a cable to foreign Minister Bevin— asking the British Government "to initiate a prompt and satisfactory solution of tlie ultimate problem of government in Palestine, with complete fairness to Arabs and Jews alike, which will guarantee to every Palestinian complete political equality." The resolution emphasizes that "if such a solution is not promptly achieved, there should nevertheless be immediate recognition of the need and right of Jewish immigration and land purchase." The resolution urges that "a way be found for participation in conference by all interested groups." It requests the United States Government to continue its "sympathetic cooperation for the attainment of these objectives." It urges upon all parties "the absolute necessity of reasonable negotiations based upon considerations of justice and mutual forbearance." Resolutions were also adopted containing recommendations on the inclusion in the Peace Treaty with Germany of provisions concerning restitution of property looted by the Nazis from Jews and guaranteeing basic human rights and freedoms. Judge Joseph M. Proskauer was re-elected president of the American Jewish Committee and Jacob Blaustein was re-elected chairman of the executive committee. Others re-elected are: Alan M. Stroock, vice-chairman of the executive committee; David Sher, chairman of the administrative committee; Dr. John Slawson, executive vice-president; Nathan Orbach, treasurer, and Albert H. Lieberman, associate treasurer. Edward A. Norman was elected secretary. The stand of the Committee on the Palestine question was amplified by Judge Proskauer at the closing session of the meeting, which was open to the public. "The American Jewish Committee," he said, "has never sacrificed realities to the purely political concept of Palestine as a Jewish state; but it has never ceased to voice its deep sympathy with the desires of the Jews who wished to settle in Palestine. It has supported the Balfour Declaration as thus interpreted under the leadership of Louis Marshall. It was instrumental in the creation of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. It has joined Jews of every shade of opinion on the Palestine question in opposition to the British White Paper." To Return Property BUCHAKKST. (JTA) -Property vAh was confiscated by the former pr< Nazi government from Transylvanian Jews, most of whom Were deported, and which is now under state control, will Hned to the owners or %  Irs upon application, it Hmnccd this week. Largest Refugee Group Awaits Trip to U. S. MUNICH, (JTA)—The largest single day's shipment of refugee emigrants, 916, left Munich and Stuttgart this week for Bremerhaven where they will be processed and await transportation to the United States. Voluntary relief agency officials point out that this does not mean that the rate of immigration has been increased, but that there is a large immigrant backlog in Germany and additional shipping is becoming available. Among the immigrants are .67 unaccompanied Jewish orphans. JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A warning by the Irgun Zvai Leumi that it will fight "not only in Palestine but also abroad," if the Haganah b e g i n s operations against it, was voiced here over the Irgun's underground radio. "We warn the Yishuv of the imminence of full-fledged fraticidal war if anyone tries to stand in our way," the broadcast said, adding that "all declarations by the Jewish National Council that it wants to free the Yishuv of extortion by self-defence against domination by terror constitute only camouflage." It branded as "traitors and Vichyites" the leaders of the Jewish community, who, they charged have promised the British to calm down Palestine, and are, therefore, "liquidating the fight against the outer enemy and turning their force inward." The broadcast referred to an alleged agreement between the Haganah and the Irgun made in November, 1945, presumably covering joint action, and stated that the Irgun stood by the agreement. "If they (The Haganah) have laid down their arms and if treacherous leaders accept partition, we will combat it," the broadcaster said. "We will never allow the homeland to be converted into a ghetto. We will never give up Jerusalem. There will be no capitulation, but a fight for full liberation." Earlier, spokesmen for the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Council said that they do not contemplate "shooting between Jews" and are not prepar-' ing to assume any police or government duties. The anti-terrorist resolution adopted by the Council constitutes a serious warning to the extremist groups that force will be used for self-protection, the Agency spokesman added, and merely indicates ways and means of resisting terrorist acts. Pointing out that all the speakers who addressed the Council voiced abhorrence of civil strife, he said the resolution should be interpreted as "a stage of internal self-protection, while showing the dissident groups we mean business." German Peace Terms Voted By Conference ARABS TO REJECT LONDON, (JTA)—The Palestine Arabs will reject partition and fight it with all means at their disposal, Jamal Husseini, leader of the Palestine delegation told the Conference on Palestine, which resumed after a 16-week adjournment. Monday's session, which was attended by 25 Arab delegates, representing the seven Arab League states and Palestine, lasted for an hour, adjourning immediately after Husseini's speech. The British, whose delegation was headed by Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin and Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones, apparently want some time to digest the Arabs' demands, and, at the same time, consult informally with the Zionists. The next step will probably be a reply by the government to both Husseini and the proposals of the Arab League, which were outlined before the conference adjourned last October. The annual meeting of the Anglo-Jewish Association this week authorized its leaders to particiate in the Conference on Palestine or in any other discussions on Palestines future which may take place in London. The meeting adopted a resolution expressing regret that the Jewish Agency had rejected participation in the London parley. Another resolution condemned "the wicked and senseless outrages in Palestine, stating that the activities of the extremists there were distressing to all Jews, and particularly to the British Jews. The decision of the Anglo-Jewish Association was taken while the British Government announced the completion of technical preparations for opening of the conference at St. James Palace. United Synagogue PI ins Travelling Rabbinate NEW YORK, (JTA) — The United Synagogue of America, representing more than 400 Conservative Jewish congregations, will send several "circuit-riding rabbis" throughout the country to serve small Jewish communities which are not large enough to support a rabbi and religious schools, it was decided at a meeting of the organization. In a report which led to the resolution to establish the circuitriding corps, Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, who was installed as executive director of the group at the meeting, declared that the United Synagogue was faced with the task of developing a "greater sense of unity and discipline" in various Conservative congregations. Under the plan for a travelling rabbinate, several members of next June's graduating class at the Jewish Theological Seminary will be assigned to hold services and train laymen to conduct them in small communities which request assistance. NEW YORK, (JTA) — The American Jewish Conference, at a meeting of its Interim Committee held under the chairmanship of Henry Monsky, adopted a 13point program which will be submitted to the meeting of the Foreign Ministers for inclusion in the peace treaty with Germany. The program provides: 1. Germany must acknowledge her shameful guilt for her monstrous crime against the Jews. Without such acknowledgment, a peace treaty with Germany would distort the records of history beyond recognition. 2. Germany must cleanse her public and private life from the insidious poison of anti-Semitism. She must show by her conduct that she is ready and willing to purge herself of diseased ideologies of race superiority. Equal rights for all and non-discrimination must be imposed and secured as the guilding principles of her laws and practices. 3. Germany's readjustment to the principles of democracy will be a slow process. Her past conduct has shown that the treatment of Jews within her borders cannot be safely left to her discretion for many years to come. Their status and treatment must therefore be a matter of international concern and supervision. 4. To attest her atonement for her crimes against the Jews, Germany must effectively punish all those who had a hand in the persecution of Jews or benefitted from it. NATIONALITY 5. Jews who have been deprived of their nationality by discriminatory laws and practices must have the right to reacquire it, but shall not be compelled to do so. 6. No Jew should be forced to remain on soil soaked with his brother's blood. Jews in Germany must have the unfettered right to emigrate from Germany and to take their belongings with them. 7. All Jewish displaced persons, who find themselves in Germany by force or circumstances, must have the protection of Allied or other international authorities and must never be allowed to fall (Continued on Page 4) Nazi-Stolen Property Of Jews To Aid I .1 A Out of the crematoria and concentration camps of Europe this year will come 22 million dollars to help the Jewish people survive. That is what representatives of Jewish communities throughout Florida learned at a United Jewish Appeal conference Sunday at the Latin Quarter. Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, outstanding communal worker of New York, told the story. Actual needs of the three UJA agencies were estimated at $215,000,000 but the 1947 goal for America was set at $170,000,000. Twenty three million dollars of the original figure is expected to be raised by Jews in other countries as it was in 1946, she explained. "But the first contribution of 22 million dollars was donated by our six million dead brethren," Mrs. Lawrence declared, "because the reparations commission of the United Nations has allowed us the non-monetary gold of these dead." This gold includes fillings taken from the teeth of their Jewish victims by the Nazis. "The $170,000,000 that is left for us to raise is the minimum amount needed to see to it that our people throughout the world may live in dignity, peace and security," Mrs. Lawrence concluded. The role of Palestine's Jews is the rescue and rehabilitation of displaced persons was emphasized by Isaac Ben-Aharon, Palestine's leading war hero. "We are shouldering a terrific financial burden—paying exorbitant taxes to the British government and maintaining an independent Jewish community—yet we are carrying our share for all (Continued on Page 4)



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PAGE TWO + UHtncrldtet) FRIDAY, JANUARY Personally Speaking Miami Girl Appears With Daytona Players Mrs. Mildied Wolfson of St. to her home in Woodmere. L. I.. Petersburq is visiting Mr. and after spending six week* at me Mrs. Louis Goldin of Miami Roney Plaza with Mrs. Moss and Dr. Abraham Wolfson of Miss Katherine Peretzman Miami Beach. She came here was hostess at a party for her to attend the concerts of her i e llow classmates a: tne home cousin, the celebrated pianist 0 her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Kapell. Other out-ofCharles Peretzmcn. 926 15th St., town visitors who attended the^ftami Beach, last night follow concerts included Mr. and Mrs.' m g her graduation from Micmi Edwin Niman and Mrs. Olga riecch Senior High school. Miss Kahn of Forest Hills, N. Y., end peretzman was voted the most Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro popular and best looking girl of Spartanburg, S. C. Mrs. fin the graduating ciass. net Wolfson joined members of he: brother-in-law and s:s:e: family in celebrating the 25th an d Mrs. S. H. Evans, flew wedding enniversary of Mr. :rorn New York to attend her Kapell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J: ... rtion Harry Kapell of New York who Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisingei are vacationing here ... of New York, parents of Mrs. Visiting her son. Dr. Julius A Murray 3: sp< riding a Oshlag, at his home 2831 month at the Georgian hotel. Prairie ave., Miami Beach is Mias Etta Grauei is spending Dr. Ida Oshlag of New York her inter-session vacation from and Lake Mahopac Mr. City College of New York with and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal her L-rother and sister-in-law, returned to Savannah, Ga., this Harri c-.r.ci ":s. G.-aue: week after spending two weeks Jed Hyman, son of Mr. and with her parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman of Miami %  '•• % %  •• Wayne exMrs. Simon April. Mrs BluBeach, is recuperating at home n in Daymenthal is the former Miss k nee operation he under' l-BroadEsther Apr:!. The rabbi's bra w6 nt a: the Veterans hospital ther end sister-in-law Mr. and m Oteen N. C. His sister. Miss Mrs. Leon Arrilreturn ed to Rita Hy? „ :s vis ^ q ^. ^^ MonUceUo N. Y., Sunday aftei :;ves and ^ ;e:;as m New ^crx M Weiss who a visit here Speneinsevand Carr.ce::, N. ]. cetwee:: Wlth era! weeks at Miami Beach are semesters at the University oi 3 Toby Rabri zr.z Mrs. S. He.rcrett ct Michiaari where aha ~ senior ." %  > • HARRY F. SIDMANS TO LIVE IN BOSTON Boston will be home for Mr. land Mrs. Harry F. Sidman whose wedding was an event of Jan. 18. Mr. Sidman and the former Miss Olga Aberman were married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the home of the bride's stepfather. Morns Sobel. 2957 Flamingo dr. Maxine Chamine, niece of the jde, was her maid of honor, and Mr. Levin was best man for his brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Levin came here from Boston for the ceremony which was followed by a dinner at the Russian Bear restaurant. Mrs. Sidman attended schools in Columbia, S. C, and New i irk, and has resided here for the past two years. Her husband is in business in Boston. The couple is honeymooning at the Albion hotel. Miss Cohen Engaged M V. : : M in the Day: >' production of play "Pennywise A and Mrs. EuFreedmans to Be Hosts and Mrs David Freedman will be h ists to the Pioneer Women's Organization, club one. at a Chamisha Osor B'shvat celebration Thursday evening at thenhome. 1030 Washington^ ave. Guest of honor will be Mrs. Bessie Weissman, chairman of the Chicago Council of Pioneer Women's Organization. Traditional holiday refreshments will be served following the program. 1 t Pittsburgh New grandparents are Dl and Mrs. Frank Core:, whose grandson, Michael Cere: Wassermon was bom Ian. 18 a: Bell, Calif. He is the son of Dr. cr.d Mrs. Herbert Wasserman. Mrs. Wasserman .s the former Miss Florence Corel Mrs. Cere: will return from a visit to California this weekend Sharing r:;::;:s a: :he fare •well brunch given by Mrs Harry Dar.zirer fox her s:s:erj r in-low, Mrs Maurice Moss a: and a membei of Sigma Del::: %  ''• %  S %  n-in-lau and sorority ... % %  %  Al e KaHc is of Mr. and Mrs. "' A. Parness and their 11 fti n :. Miss Wi ; • ntl. eturned daughei Sheila Rce, 3127 Y N v ... r,.r. s:., are Mr. Parness ... R( rare:::? Mi and Mrs. Morr:s | ••• %  • n and the Yiddish rrness .: New York. Also Art Th< itn Sh. has also I here ere Mrs. Pcrr.ess brother %  th the Cai n and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. : '" : t Cl pel Hill. N.C. rman and their daugh%  ': New York uni:er Evita ::crr. Havana Cuba e received her bachelor Albert E. Smith, 1154 Biarritz :,nd was Pre*iBJE Slates First Meeting First meeting of the year will be held by the new board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Beach Y. according to A. P. .-. executive director. Louis H< man will preside. Announcement of the tan. ment of Miss Ele Edgar Rivkin is made by hern ents, Mr. and Mrs EmilZ r %  6455 Indian Creek dr is the son of Dr. and Mrs J G. Rivkin, Brooklyn, NY Miss Cohen attended versity of Miami after gradus from New York %  \ an of four years' Army Mr. Rivkin is a graduate rfj National Farm ,,;, g town. Pa. The couple plans to retfc Miami but no date has beai lor their wedding. Cub Scouts Organize A new Cub Scout group w, be organized at the Mias 4 p.m. today for bojn the ages of 9 and 12 years X* rice Grossman, executh of the Y, will have charged; group until a leader is chose: weekend the oelmar hotel .as: Thursday :e r Tallahassee this de £ 1 dramatic club there. take his bar ex : New y rk she Mrs. Gus rrou, Mrs. Samuel commissionei :: Anti-Defa•, She was gradMason, Mrs. Eddie Levins ol maa n ag at I fi m Miami Sen:,.:High New York, Mrs. Harry Aronson e Hollywood Beach hotel with he was affiliated of Long Island ...rs. L. C. KusPhUi P Haberman Vacation'""•''' T vS P !an society. |mcoin ter, Mrs. W. C. Peters;:: Mrs : ? : '••"• e Betsy Ross hotel is Sigmur.d S:erand !•'.:=. L. Morel Fuchs. New York attorney Foster. Mrs. Moss has returned "•membei :: the ADL execuve committee Visitors a: the Cadillac hotel are Nat Sachs ana his family owners of the Sachs Furniture company oi Ifew York Orlando Rabbi Morris Skop visited in Miami this week ""s P ke ::: 3 luncheon meet::: *• : ^~Beach B'nai ; : : ^ Tuesday ... On : e 5 : ;: • =' :: lackson Memorial hospital is Sidney Palmer. GLASS 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. 8th St Ph. 3-4834 VORR'S ORLIN LO.'S GEP.BER DISCOVER ACKERMANS The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100 : : Wool Angora—Spcrt Yarn—Corde Mai! Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces-Butlons-Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store 502 N. Miami Are. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 5th St. Next to Dde Pharm. A dance for young people will be held at Temple Israel Sunday evening following a meeting of the Youth group al 8 P-m. A program and refreshments are being planned. 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I JANUARY 31. 1947 Jenisti Fhridian PAGE THREE 1 $4,01)0 RAISED BY L Nearly $4.n()0 lias been raised by the Jewish Labor committee in Greater Miami, according to C. J. Lichtenstcin, director of the local drive which was launched Monday night at a rally. Principal speaker was Vladka, heroine of the Warsaw ghetto, who described the plight of the Jews in Poland during the war. S. Shrager of Pans, leader of the French underground, will address the next public gathering to be spdnsored by the committee in connection with its campaign. The affair, to be held Feb. 16 at the Miami Beach Senior High school, Will have Hertz Grosbard, an actor, and Estelle Glazar, lyric soprano, on the program. Over 1,000 people attended Monday night's rally at the Beach gh, Joseph Duntov, chairman the Greater Miami JLC unit, ported. Dr. Louis Sadov openthe meeting and Tom Branrepresentative of the Miami was among the speakers. Ml portion of the program presented by Miss Sylvia ice, opera singer, and Arthur 'olfson, Jewish folk singer, acmpanied by Martha Reding, B l of whom volunteered services. a Cohen's Betrothal Texan Is Announced Betrothal of Miss Frances Rosenond Cohen to Emanucl J. Smith Dallas, Texas, is announced lay by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen of the Dallas Park apartments. The bride-elect, who recently returned from a visit to Dallas, attended Vanderbilt university in Nashville, Tenn., and was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She received her bachelor of science degree from the University of Miami and did gradl work at the University of J, Mexico City, fiance, whose parents are fr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of Dallas, is a graduate of Texas A. & M.. A first lieutenant in the Marine Corps paratroopers, he served for four years in the Pacific th|atn "or the wedding will be announced later. Center Women Aid Building Fund Drive With a $75,000 goal to be raised, the women's division of the Miimi Beach Jewish Center building fund campaign will hold a tea for workers on Wednesday ifternoon at the home of Mrs. Ira Walsey, 441 West 62nd st. The women's unit officially launched its drive with a tea last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank, 600 E. Di Lido dr. Mrs. Isidore Newman, chairman of direct solicitation, presided. Addresses were delivered by Mrs. Walsey, president of the Sisterhood; Nat H. Hankoff, chairman of the over-all campaign committee; Alfred Stone, chairman if the campaign construction committee, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, executive director of the Center, spoke on the techniques and methods of fund raising. Leaders of the women's division are Mrs. Walsey, honorary chairman; Mrs. Isidore Newman, Mrs. Louis Berman, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Harry Tupler and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, cochairman; Mrs. Arthur S. Klein, secretary, and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, treasurer. Total goal in the campaign is $250,000. A R. IRON, METAL & SALVAGE *TWs of SCRAP IRON, METALS and SALVAGE WE DO HAULING Behest Prices Paid for AUTO WRECKS .MACHINERY. Etc. K N. W. 62nd St. | Phone 7-0211 Kadimahs Inaugurate Oneg Shabbat on Air An "Oneg Shabbat of the Air" will be inaugurated over radio Station WKAT at 5:15 p.m. Saturday by the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women's Organization, according to Mrs. Albert H. Berson, president. The program will include Palestinian melodies by Ruth Brotman, soprano, and Anyuta Melicov, pianist. Round table discussions on Palestine and displaced European children will be a feature of the broadcast. RENOWNED CANTOR TO APPEAR HERE Leibele Waldman, well-known cantor and singer, will be presented by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Center. Cantor Waldman, who is 35 years old, started his career at the age of six. A native of New York, he has appeared in concerts throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and South America. Besides giving the concert next Thursday, Cantor Waldman will be present at the Sabbath services at the Center at 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8. Tickets may be obtained from Frieda Newman or Dora Goldberg or at the Center. Miami Y Invites 10,000 To Building Ceremony 'I en thousand invitations are being sent out by the Miami Y for its cornerstone laying ceremonies, according to Monte Selig, chairman of the Feb. 23 event. Presidents of Jewish organizations, rabbis and city, county and state officials will be guests at th e exercises. A prominent national speaker will address the gathering. Army Patients Feted More than 150 convalescent returnees were entertained at a party sponsored at the Pratt General hospital recently by Mrs. L. Tuttman of the Cadillac hotel, Miami Beach and Deal, N. J. The party was preceded by a program arranged by Anyuta Melicov, pianist and director of a Red Cross entertainment unit. Included in the program were several songs sung by Mrs. Tuttman in English and Spanish. Rabbi Grauer to Speak Rabbi Murray Grauer will represent the clergy of the Jewish faith on an interfaith panel for Hi-Y clubs at the YMCA at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Ministers of the Protestant and Catholic denominations Will also participate in the discussion. X oJej 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 Make a liberal contribution today to the March of Dimes Give generously Give proudly Give thankfully. Mail all you can spare simply to March of Dimes, Miami. Sorority to Discuss Founders' Day Event Plans for observing Founders' day on March 17 will be discussed by Delta Phi Epsilon alumnae when the Theta chapter meets for luncheon at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Shell room of the Colonial hotel. Mrs. Ethel Gerson, president, has invited alumnae of the sorority who are visiting here to join members of the chapter at the luncheon. Details of the chapter's local social service project will be revealed. RAPHAEL'S ENDORSED Raphael's hotel, 146 Washington ave., has' been officially endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Haskashrus and is now under the Vaad's supervision, according to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director of the Vaad. Now is the time for all good men, women and children to come to the aid of those afflicted with polio Burlesqued Ballet To End Yiddish Night Yiddish Night audience at Miami Beach Senior High school Sunday, Feb. 9, will witness a burlesqued ballet as the grand finale with Milton Friedman doing a solo. Skits for the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge second annual performance will include a school room scene modelled after the Gus Edwards skit with Ben Essen, producer and director of the show, as teacher. Abe Aronovitz, Isaac Levin, Leo Ackerman, E. Albert Pallot, Dorothy Kaplan and Barney Spector will be his prize pupils. Essen and Marx Feinberg, president of the Miami Opera Guild chorus, will do a comical operatic number and the "boy meets girl" musical theme will be provided by Friedman and Florence Lovinger, who will feature well-known songs from Yiddish shows. The cemetery skit, a highlight of last year's show, will be repeated with Eugene Weiss, Maurice Grossman and Essen starred. Numerous other skits will be enacted. A solo by the Rev. Maurice Mamches will highlight the musical part of the show. Mrs. Jos. Schaffer is accompanist for the production. SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW CHIROPRACTIC PRESENTS ITS CASE By C. W. WEIANT Research Director CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION In The Reader's Dig FEBRUARY ISSUE "Learn The Truth About Chiropractic" Rehearsals to Begin Rehearsals for the Beth David musical show will get under way Wednesday evening at the synagogue's auditorium, according to Mrs. Harry Gordon. Slated for April 20 at the Miami Senior High school, the show will have an all-local cast. AM'S ILVER FLEET Telephone 4-168 1 Coral Gables, Florida TAXI BAGGAGE U-DRIVE CARS FOR HIRE Chevrolet — Plymouth — Dodge — Buick 1946 MODELS ^BlSSEL SISTERHOOD OF MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER T&mrBaLy DESERVES Foods from the PRESENTS Cantor Leibele Waldman Thursday Evening, February 6 — 8:00 P.M. Saturday Morning, February 8 — 9:00 A.M. AT MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER Tickets for Sale At 1415 Euclid Avenue Combination Ticket S4.00 Concert Ticket $2.50 DR. ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL DR. WM. M. SCHIEF Announce the removal of their offices from the Huntington Bldg. to 515 VENETIAN WAY BLDG. (515 N. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947 • •Jewish FhrMian PAGE FIVE E Committees for the concert which the Kadimah chapter is planning were named Monday evening at a board of directors meeting held at the home of Mrs. S. Braun, 1313 14th st. Mario Braggiotti and Jack Chaikin will present the concert at Miami Edison High school on March 3. The following patrons were announced: Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Berson, Mrs. Celia Segal, Hairy Albert, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sootin, Mrs. Sam Seigal and Mrs. David Washer. Committee members include Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, ticket chairman; Ruth Brotman, publicity, advance ticket sales, bookkeeping; Mrs. Gertrude Berson, advance mail; Mrs. S. Braun, remembrance book; Mrs. Maurice Coulton and Mrs. Albert Berson, cochairmen of the committee for patrons; Mrs. David Washer, ticket booths; Mrs. F. Sandier, captain of ushers; Mrs. H. Sootin and Mrs. Sam Seigal, treasury department; Mrs. Leonard J. Gordon, social publicity. Ticket booths will be located at the Red Cross Drug Department store, Burdine's, Amidon Music co. in Miami and Coral Cables, Associated stores, Miami Beach Radio co., Princess de Condi and El Encanto of Miami Beach. Braggiotti is the first serious musician to bring humor to the concert stage. He was formerly teamed with Jacques Fray for radio and concert tours, and has appeared as soloist in symphonic festivals in Rome, Florence and Turin. Chaikin, a musical prodigy, has appeared in recitals and as soloist with orchestras throughout the eastern United States. A reception following the concert is being planned. Proceeds of the concert will go for the rehabilitation of those European children who enter Palestine from the displaced persons camps. During the war years the Pioneer Women's program provided for more than 20.000 children annually. Among the hundred thousand recommended for immigration into Palestine by the Anglo-American commission, approximately 25,000 are children Who will come under the care of the Pioneer Women's child rescue program. Evening Classes Announced Registration is now open for evening classes in accountancy at the Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler st. Studies include fundamentals of accountancy and law and statements, systems, partnerships and law. Taft to Tell Assembly U. S. Plans lor Relief Charles P. Taft, chairman of the State Department's Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid, will be among the principal speakers at the 15th annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds which will take place in Atlantic City, at the Ambassador Hotel, from January 31 through February 3. Mr. Taft will speak on the plans of the United States government and inter-governmental agencies to help in reconstruction and relief in Europe, and the possibilities of opening immigration opportunities to displaced persons to the United States, Palestine and other countries. In addition to Mr. Taft, the 600 delegates from 268 communities in the United States and Canada will gather this week-end to hear outstanding authorities in the fields of economics, social welfare, health, overseas needs and Palestine, among them Dr. Isador Lubin, United States member of the United States Economic and Employment Commission and its Commission on Devastated Areas, who, his UN duties permitting, will speak on factors involved in the European Jewish problem, together with Dr. Nathan Reich, formerly research director for the Joint Distribution Committee and now head of the economics department of Hunter College. Directions in American Jewish community organization will be discussed by Ralph E. Samuel, chairman of the New York Federation's Building Fund Committee, and Stanley C. Myers of Miami, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. To Become Bar Mitzva LEGAL NOTICE 165 Scholars Arrive NEW YORK, (JTA)—A group of 165 rabbis and yeshiva students, survivors of rabbinical seminaries in Poland, arrived this week in San Francisco from Shanghai where they were marooned during the war. NOTICH 10 HHBBHY GIVEN that the undersigned, SAMUEL, BLANK, H F COYLE, ELIZAHKTH BLANK, THERESA MILLER, HOSE BLANK KltAMKIt, M A It I O N KHEHUNO, MICH A El. BLANK and JEROME BLANK, as co-partners doing business under the flctltloUH name of K-A DISTRIBUTORS, at 6H0 N. W. 13th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK H. F. COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MII.I.ER ROBE BLANK KRAMER MARION FREIII.INIi MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN • KAPLAN, By LOUIS HEIMAN. Attorney! for Applicants. 1/31 2/7-14-21-28 Jack Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. Hartley, 4410 Sheridan ave., will become Bar Mitzva during services at Temple Beth Sholom Saturday morning. Jack is a student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High school. His parents will be hosts at a buffet luncheon at the Temple following the Sabbath morning services. Strong Proof! No one can deny that this business is one where the ASSETS ARE ALWAYS LIQUID! XIMBN'a Ilia U MIAMI AVF •* 1749 N. MIAMI AVE. Miami'! Boprr ran BOOM IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT Dade County, Florida No. 16788 Re: Estate of HERBERT B. MOOMAW, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE) NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Herbert B. Moomaw, deceased; and that on the 7th day of February, 1947, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Rlanton, County Judge of Bade County, Florida, for approval Of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Herbert B. Moomaw, deceased. This 20th dnv of January, 1947. CORA M. MOOMAW. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Executrix, 1/24-31 2/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho fictitious name of HAPS MEN'S WEAR, at 178 W. Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.. Intend to-register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AARON E. KREILICH RONALD V. KENT 1,24-31 2-7-14-21 Bly's Garage 145 S. W. 1st Street PHONE 3-9500 TWO-WEEK SPECIAL BRAKES Relined $8-25 Plus Parti SEIBERLING 9xnA£ti^i TIRES Performance proves e. tire's worth. Extra performance can come only from tires lhat are built better. For extra performance choose SEIBERLING. It has to be better to be a SEIBERLING. Liberal TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE for your present tires on purchase ol NEW SEIBERLING TIRES Five Convenient Neighborhood Stations DIXIE TIRE C? I^MiAMl MIAMI BEACH 101 B. W. First Street 945 Fifth Phone 5-5369 1840 Alton I Phone W7X4 Road Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT Ask for U. S. Government Inspection .No. 1 And You'll Have the Beet DeliccnoAwm With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 im.fLW.T&Jtamtti MIAMI ^ MW i HX^Ml' i %  %  LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SANITARY GROCERY & DELICATESSEN, at 1410 8. W. th Street Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MORRIS CENZAR. Sole Owner. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL. DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT, at 1690 B. W. 8th St.. Intend to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULIUS NADLER ELLIS SAMESS liKRTHA SAMESS WILLIAM L. PALLOT, Attorney for Applicant, 1214 Congress Uldg. 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. 361h St., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN. Solo Owner. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of II <'K 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 the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of '"KAN CREEK APARTMENTS, at -.97(1-5980 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach, Fla., and intend t.. register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL WEINER I!HI.I.A WEINER. Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorneys for Applicants. 1/24-31 2-7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli" undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TONYS RESTAURANT, intends to register the said name with the Olerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TONY JACOVIDES ALFRED KREISLER. SIS Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney-at-Law. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in the restaurant business under the fictitious name of BAHAMA, at 3890 N. W. Third Street, intend to register %  aid name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL HYMAN PHILIP R. WARSHAW Cu-nartners. HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicant, 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH SHOPS, at 1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. NATHAN ZE1SEL. Sole, Owner. 1/10-17-21-31 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tho fictitious name of GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. (not inc.), In the City of Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING .1. PLASKOFF EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING OU. (not inc.). at 2S29 S. W. Bird Road, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with tho 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 are engaged in business under the fictitious name of LABELLE 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 SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300 S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. • BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ. ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant. 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BROOKLYN BEEF CO., at 3938 N. W. 17th Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ARTHUR BOROK MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Arthur Borok, 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 (he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BLUEBIRD CLEANERS, at 1250 S W. 22nd Street (Coral Way), Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROBERT LEVINE JOSEPH HARRY KRISSEL 1/17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PALACE BOWLING CENTER. 2610 N. W. 36th st.. Miami, Fla.. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MACK COHAN MURRAYGLACKMAN 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 of PEPPER'S SURPLUS & SALVAGE, at 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS PEPPER FANNY PEPPER MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. 1/10-17-24-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSE SUNDRIES, at :i S. W. 2nd Ave.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK SAMET ROSE H. SAMET 1/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 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. 1/10-17-84-31 S/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at 1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ZEISEL. Sole Owner. V/10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EXCLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY, at 220 23rd Street, Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Churt of Dade County, Florida. HARRY BRENT JOEL P. NEWMAN, Attorney for Excluer'3 •—'Ma. Agency. 1/51 •" ..-21I



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PAGE SIX -Jtnistfkrkfor STARS CONTINUE SI i %  • %  • 5 '-•' %  • %  %  %  %  • %  S Miami AJC Completes Plans for Card Party • v % %  %  Jew a .' %  • %  and card s •• > • i ... i S. B S • V %  %  • %  Klin*. 5. Alter%  %  • %  University Registration % %  %  .. BEACH VET GROUPS ORGANIZE COUNCIL %  %  %  • %  Prosecutor to Speak Tr-.-. • i • Mur1 be fatal -?eake: 3each FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 194 7 B'nai B*rith lodge at 8:15 Pra Tuesday at the National hotel. He is Burton B. Turkus, former chief assistant district attorney of Kings county, N. Y. YOU'LL BE JT IN *N % %  J0B! "S Airerage civil^^ Lea ia U v ipend .rw Wjtk % %  '-' 1 DC tA.1 1: -.,,%  >_ He does |T5 1 is %  •"< 1 %  Aad the Pmate, with every chance for promotion end higher pay ahead of him. There's additional pay, too, for overseas duty, and for paratroopers, flyinz and glider crews. The Army man also gets Retirement Credits — at no cost 1 —Ming him to retire at half after 20 years, and on up 'hree-^uarters par after 30 -. service. Such a retirIan would cost a civilicea $75 and $100 a I r 90 • %  -ars. • about all the other I -refits at your L. S. Re raking Station. M'^OOO IOB fOR YOU U. S. Army CMOOSC THIS rmortss'O* ••o* ORANGE LIVE POULTRY CO. /I CFRYERS BOASTING CHICKENS -_v PHONE 45c 50c %  5533 ou KSUUA an an c %  % %  w ** %  U. S. POST OFFICE ROOMS 302 303 Ml PUCE h String 3uax el 3 Play v.pe Composition %  %  %  %  -' .%  Join the March of Dimes January 15-30 OPEN TONIGHT D • 4n In E imu t tSSSB •' I.TXQBS tug CLARK-MITCHELL CO.. Builders 381 N. E. 61st Street Miami S. F. DANIELS—Builder 828 N. W. 79th Street Miami FLORIDA 5c & 10c STORES. Inc. Miami C. W. KISTLER CO. Cocaress Building Miami SHENANDOAH CANDIES 514 S. W. Had Avenue Miami RUDY'S GARAGE Mil H i. M Arwnue Miami SUNSET PAINT & BODY SHOP 11 5c^*t ?T.T South Miami SIDCO STORES Hcaxe Appliances LYON ELECTRIC CO. til r* Street Micmi HI-TEST BLOCK CO. J6U. N. V. Scuth Hiver Drvim I B—1 MAM 3EACH RAILWAY CO. JU 5. *i tmmtk Street Micmi RICHIE PLUMBING SUPPLIES I V V :7*n Aveou* Miami



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947 +Jewist ncridUar PAGE SEVEN I f ZIONISTS SLATE Issues of immediate concern regarding Palestine will be discussed at a Town Hall forum to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Zionist district at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. The forum will be held in observance of Chamisha Osor B'slivat, Jewish Arbor Day. A symposium will be conducted on the questions "Terrorism or Patriotism?" "Palestine or Partition?" and "The London Conference—For Jew or Arab?" Participants will be Abraham Goodman, national treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America; Shepard Broad, chairman of the Beach district's board of directors, and Jack Burris, president of the district. Special guest speaker will be Sidney Flalow, former director of Zeilsheim DP camp in Germany. Dr. David S. Andron, chairman of the district's membership drive, will serve as moderator. Problems considered by delegates to the World Zionist Congress in Switzerland will be emphasized by Goodman and Broad who attended the parley. Included in the program will be Palestine selections sung by Cantor Jacob Goldring of the Center, accompanied by Joseph Schreibman at the piano. Refreshments will be served. The general public, as well as members of the district and their guests, are invited to attend. Beach JWV Women Keep Charter List Open The recently organized Jewish War Veterans ladies' auxiliary of Miami Beach will keep its charter open until Wednesday, according to Mrs. Sol Jaffe, president, who advises that women who join on or before that date may become charter members. Mrs. Jaffe urges all eligible women to join in order to carry on the work of assisting disabled war veterans and widows and orphans of deceased servicemen. Mrs. Willard Bender, 1021 Fourth st., is accepting applications for membership. Next meeting of the auxiliary will be at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the American Legion home, 1828 AlI ton rd. ,^ CONGREGATION PLANS HOLIDAY DANCE Plans for a Purim ball are being completed by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation which has scheduled the event for March 2 at the AMVETS club. Mrs. Max Jacobskind is entertainment chairman for the affair. Growth of the organization has been reported by Mrs. Rose Ofsowitz who is cochairman of the membership committee with Samuel Rosenblum. Means of raising funds to construct a building for the organization are being planned by Jack Stone, chairman of the finance committee. Until the group has its own building daily Hebrew classes are held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Riverside school. Tne Sunday school meets at the AMVET club. Rabbi Simon April is in charge. Miami Hadassah Plans February Events A full program for the month of February has been planned by the Miami group of Hadassah. A special affair devoted to the Jewish National Fund is scheduled for Tuesday evening, Feb. 17, at Temple Israel, with Dr. David S. Andron as principal speaker. The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus and Mrs. Irving Genet, pianist, will be featured in the musical program. Husbands of members are invited to attend. Second session of the discussion group will be held at Beth David auditorium Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 12. Fund raising for Hadassah projects is now being conducted by Mrs. Martin Tower and her committee. Dr. Harry E. Fry Dr. Carleton Vaughan DENTIST Formerly Located at 7 East Flagler Now In Their New Offices 2157 S.W. 13th Ave. (Corner of Coral Way) TELEPHONE 2-7215 I A Czechoslovakian concert star who was imprisoned for seven years by the Nazis has joined the staff of the Miami Beach Jewish Center as cantor, it was announced this week. He is Cantor Jacob Yehudi Goldring who has brought to America unpublished music composed by fellow artists who were slain by the Nazis. He hopes to perpetuate their memory by presenting their music to the American public. Cantor Goldring came here from Chicago where he was cantrip to America less than a year tor for the Aguduth Achim North ago, he was associated for a year Shore congregation. Before his with the Alt-Neue Shule, oldest p %  %  ~^ |L' ; j %  "jjja %  % % %  1 jfl ^ 1 % and largest synagogue in Prague. Prior to the war, Cantor Goldring performed oratories, gave concerts and was a radio and opera star. When the Germans took Czechoslovakia in 1938, he was taken to prison but was permitted to conduct services until 1940 when he was sent to a concentration camp. In May, 1945. he was freed from a camp near Breslau by the Red Army after imprisonment at Theresienstadt and Auschwitz. Cantor Goldring, who is 40, began his career at the age of eight with a well-known Russian can%  tor with whom he remained until his voice changed. Later he was choir leader in several Czechoslovakian cities. He was graduated irom the Conservatory of Prague and has studied in a private school of modern liturgical music. Growth of Federation Shown in Honor Roll In eight years of charitable fund-raising since 1939, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has increased its annual appeal ten-fold, it was revealed this week with the publication of the organization's "Honor Roll." In 1939, Federation raised $82,745. Last year, the Jewish community contributed the largest sum in its history—$831,060—to the agencies for which the Federation conducts its yearly drive. Copies of the Honor Roll were mailed to Federation contributors this week, listing the names of more than 5,000 >vho donated to last year's Combjned Jewish Appeal. That figure also has shown remarkable growth since 1939. when only 1,631 donors were listed. In addition to describing the work of Federation, and listing the names of key workers in last year's drive, the Honor Roll lists the 60 local, national and international philanthropic beneficiary agencies. BOXING Thursday. February 6 TIME—8:45 P.M. Dorsey Park Arena N. W. 17th St. and 1st Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA Featuring World's No. 1 Heavyweight Contender Elmer Ray < %  Georgie Parks HASTINGS. FLORIDA WASHINGTON. D. C. FOUR OTHER BOUTS — BATTLE ROYAL SPECIAL SECTION FOR WHITE FANS! Free Parking Inside Arena! Benefit John Griffin Post No. 165 WILLIE SLATER, Promoter 151 N. W. 7th Street Buy Advance Tickets At: SAM'S. NEWS STAND N.E. 1st AvV Phone 3-1236 PEOPLES DRUG STORE N.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-5374 SMITTY'S NEWS SUNDRY SHOP 722 N.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 9-4174 JACK EHRLICH 1044 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-4637 HODGES PLACE N.W. 20th St. and 3rd Ave. MILLERS PLACE 542 N.W. 17th St. Phone 2-0177 LIORENE FRUIT SHIPPERS 2028 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Phone 58-1337 YACHT TONDELEYO ... 81 FT. CHARTER FOR WEEK. MONTH OR SEASON CRUISE AND FISH IN LOVELY KEYS BEAUTIFUL DOCKAGE — SUNSET ISLAND Copt. Al Kappler Phone 5-7839 or 5-9257 January 3rd, 1947 The Management of MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Announces An Advance in Prices of Single Graves and Family Plots EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1947 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 y /f^ACt COURSE \ 1 .., %  % %  %  %  %  *,



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PAGE EIGHT CHILDREN GIVE FUNDS Id Beth Tfilah Changes Date of Dedication *Jei$t fkr id&rj NEWLYWEDS" Dedicati hi now stru • Beth TfUi • b n e s uled tor Sun lay after Sundav school children of 33. Exercises will OrSS-MiSan givinj thai, synaa K E %  at share to the Mt Sinai hospital 2:30 p.rn ca .: „ £ T. K.-:en Ami Prominent mn Sf My P, pie" accordfog tc A P Gannes executive ami have been invited 1 I director of the Bureau of Jewish pate. SJI^ai •Dr. David S Andi n will s sssas also planning t I the hospital %  ^ WM In conti t • children from their gen^^^ era', char::y fur. a. ....'. ra:r.g l< ertu iiuuiij '" %  •""• •• -% %  .. its Max Meisel A special collection %  t h< of $13 has been donated bj class Nusach S f ar d." nine of UM remple, at said A?s ,...__ .._ arra ngements I Through Keren Ami. local Sun. : 0 dedicati n arc I ard daj sch( I children set i sid< s • -. rongregat n i money foi v s Jewish causes, ..^ i .. ;; nstein. Mr. Bud se i grj si study The Abraham C hen Mr Farbor, I Greater M ,-ish Federation p, aum. E L Gartei the Jewish Nati nal Fund and g Naothei saretol nefit fr< \: -. gan. A future Keren Ami activities .._.... K -.. K i -•%  Cannes sa 3 Rapj apori David S M •%  Stav & Council Women to Hear H_ ^ Advisor to Eisenhower F Weiler. L Lt C : :..: N-adich 1 ne. ] : • %  : S %  Miami.<> secti n.Xai Jew and J. S. Rubm. secretar; ish Womer •• %  BALKIN ELECTED Counc '. at : | nes laj at Gillrt J Balkin field e] Kaplan hall of Tempi. Isri sentatm I th Floi Mrs M nt Selig. n I Uw serv,c< i th< : rt gn department meVting Oie newly formed 1 n • %  t .....• %  Jar -* *^H a^Bk SBV A • 1*fl BW 7al 1 w ^Jufll t %  j^B W*yt^mml JmrnM WLLWSSKM Gables Group to Hear University Dean \ talk on education by the an of the I n. Dr. Cn R Post • • Cent. Sunday at the Hillel house. Sam Silver will Je. Nev est ] I f the Cenl hildren I p m each Thursday at tl tiai pool. Mrs A E : '•• II •' %  :: % %  the class. X, %  ,• • •. planned by the C. dance Feb 15 at the Coral Gables v. an's club. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 194) NATIONAL PRESIDEN? TO ATTEND LUNCHEON Final plans for their donor luncheon will be discussed b members of the Greater Miami chapter, National Home for J ew ish Children at Denver, at a regu" lar meeting at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Samuel Tun ick. 2301 S. W. 21st st. Mrs. Fanny Lorber. president of the national home in Denver for the past 40 .. JJJ ^ guest of honor at the donor af. fair which is to be held at the Copa Cabana Feb. 25 The all. star show will entertain. Following the short business meeting Tuesday a card parry will be held. Mi yi : Forer are ng thi me in Miami ing th< n trip to Nassau '-' held open nds Sunday aftt n :. Tl is the formi r Ida Engl< r, Miami's first mai JWV Convention to Get Beach Invitation 1: • national Jewish War Veterans convention %  • Mian ; B I September, Harry Adams, commander of the Miami Beach JWV post, will go to Cleveland next Thu I 1 infer with convention commitsers Adams h ived word of his appoint: I deputy aide of JWV. He is the first Floridian to U s 1 hon CEMETERY The only family plot of I sixteen graves located in I the Jewish section of WoodI lawn Park Cemetery now available for resale. Call H. SIMONS Phone 2-3151 Melava-Malka Planned e Yeshivath Chachf Detroit a Melava, h< Id on Saturday 15. at the Para-, mit restaurant, 411 Washingn a ultural program Tickets are I $5 per person. .s-eTfe-e's A JcD To Be Done CALL A-l" A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 612 N. E. 2nd Avenue V\ h te a-3 Colored Help Phones 2-5163 — 9-6727 Mrs Max Fukeltu n execu,, f -' : -•" Talian :: ':•'.. : %  I tarnation _.. '" txheC ..::bran( _... J .. B -.-,.:: be Palestinian rigs R a nstituu .: th< p: gram M J 4 j LOUIS D. CONSTANT i For Hotels, Restaurants, Institutions, Etc. Tri-aware. Silverware. Glass-i il whos • .... nst disc: nation first 1 I 1 %  Fl rida A-art Kitchen Equipment,Domestic Dinnerware Sets. I Silverware Sets 2714 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 9-4335 L EO EISEXSTEIN RUIUOA REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Phcae 5-"t: :•:? Lir.caln Rcac M^r-.: B1CT1 GOOD FOODJ. THE RIGHT KIND AND SUNSHINE GALORE SUCH VITAMIN SOURCES HAVE PLENTY IN STORE :ree-Riper.ed FrShipped from Our Owr. Groves 1 : • ^ -:. • E-; • : :;-;-; S*e v j. jt: ti : = 1 %  t T 'tti v e=rs d Sstsiied Custcrr.e-s FLOYD'S J:: S. W. il-z Ave. : : £V E.E=s •' %  .--:;. ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL guarantee Free Inspection I 41st GENERAL MAXAGEB AKD BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41t Street and Prairie Are. Miami Beach TRULY WOLEH. PrmUml BUT JUST TO MAKE SURE OUR SoPPLf IS OKAY. WE ALL TAKE THE'MULTiP.E CALLED'ONE-A-DAV" Thtrt i$ ri tamin protection you, neighbor: When J -%  -.pkn 1: ttbefoodyon ea: eaefa day wkh Orat-ADAY brand MtdtipteVHa* rr_Csp_:ts. you get all the rkamini kaora to be ******* -'taaatt nutriooc bco :: is easy and %  Mnmw iy B to take ONT-AI '.vrnr.i Multiple Vitama L-2p?_;e> czz fan af ord *-" '^ without then? To urure -_-._-drib reQuurecjeru, ^kt '-jat one caps-_ie each day. „ "oinni tiTMiif CAPSULES NEW LOCATION MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Stieet Phone 3-9218 T>i c : Sj.ingi t „d Lo*n Insurance Corporari6 hHTM individual account, up o $5,000. Hulbind • d :(. ma, h... Jet.I of $15,000, fully inur.d. Chat* fdaral M ; accounh .-. loqtl !< &f • m.nt,f w Truit Fundi. i .all „ hiadl hold by ftu.rdif*. Admlniitraton and b.cuton. %  ud. i.„t,d on o, b.'c-. tKa lOtk of tKo month —•* i of tha lit of tha eurr.nt month. 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n>AY. JANUARY 31, 1947 -Jewish fhriJicin PAGE NINE PLAN HOSPITAL DINNERS Organizational meeting of the tiiii'i Business and Professional linen's division of Hadassah be held at the home of Miss jye Echtenthal, 1113 S.W. 13th [at B:30 p.m. Monday, rhe division was formed at a %  a] meeting attended by apLcimately 40 women Wednesevening, Jan. 22, at the home Miss Ethel Weinstein, 2368 16th ter., who was named Iporary president. Khet temporary officers are Supine Diamond, treasurer, Mrs. Lillian Schubb, secrck Mrs. Louis Wine was named Hicity chairman. Mrs. BenjaLevitin of the Miami group hadassah was appointed senadvisor to the group. }uest speaker was Mrs. AbraGoowman, president of the li!:i Beach group of Hadassah, described the World Zionist kgress which she attended and Ik' 'n the history and aceomlhments of Hadassah. Mrs. MilSirkin, former senior aaVisor |th, Miami Beach BPW divispoke on political Zionism, .iso present was Miss Frances bpcr. president of the Miami! |ch BPW. Mrs. Jean Van Dan. Juate of the Emerson dramahchool, presented a skit, flic meeting next Monday is In to all women interested in piim the new division. fhis brings to five the number ladassah organizations in the all Miami and Miami kch groups of Senior Hadasthe Beach BPW division and IGreater Miami Unit of Junior lassah already in existance. II.IIII.I i" IIIIIII mini Hill in HI %  mi mil| ii iilL Hill III III Hill II |l>"l||| lllllllll II % % % % %  |l ID llllrfl II Original llose~s Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT — FREE DELIVERY aircomns Ave. 7 Cou rse Dinners $1.15 Up p 'aU3^& M =^=^=;^== PHONE 58-1183 ^ == ———-———^^— I 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 Details of 40 dinners in 28 days are being handled by the three men pictured above. Sponsors oi the dinners and dinnershows are leading ocean-front hotels who will entertain their guests for the benefit of the Mount Sinai hospital building fund acmpaign. (L. to r.) Herbert Schwarz. men's committee; William W. Shayne, entertainment, and Alvin Cassel. speakers. RED CROSS MOBILIZES PROBING PREJUDICES RESIDENTIAL CANVASS TO BE AJC TOPIC kapiro Advises Youth IQualities for American Youtli Possess m Present Day World tans' were outlined by Harold! Bpiro, Miami Beach attorney, meeting of the Emanon club Wednesday. th ipiro stressed the need for igious education and advised jng people to be "wisely dislisfied." [Wise dissatisfaction is the mole power which causes individlifc and universal life to prog|8," he declared. Ie advised young people not Hear enemies of democracy but (bring them into the open with spotlight of publicity. Teed for unity on the part of democracy-loving youth was stressed by Shapiro. slice Chief to Speak (Crime Problems of Greater ami' will be discussed by Chief I Police Frank Mitchell at the Icheon meeting of B'nai B'rith Diem lodge, 12:15 p.m. today, lording to Burnett Roth, chairFJ of the luncheon committee. "Vcikly luncheons are sponsor|' |V the lodge at the Downtown V> restaurant, Seybold bldg. H O T | L 111 T 1 i Jgj % %  —II %  %  I Ufc *f titm j ining Room n to Public II STORIES DEVOTED TO IUXURIO0S UVINO „-SUPERIATIVI [KOSHER CUISINE Ism* Owntnhlp.Monagtmtml '•' lift Cemscufhr* Year 220 OCEAN DRIVE ilAMI BEACH At a recent luncheon meeting of Dade county chapter, American Red Cross campaign leaders, area chairmen of the residential division received preliminary instructions for organizing workers for the house-to-house canvass beginning March 1. Mrs. C. H. Reeder, residential division chairman, expressed hope that with adequate workers the chapter should meet its quota of $301,000 within the first three weeks of March. Also addressing the meeting was II. II. Ilyinan, campaign chairman, who explained that -pi Ci nt of the quota would be sent to National Red Cross headquarters as Dade county's share of service to armies of occupation and the sick and wounded in hospitals here and overseas. With 2.000.000 men and women still in the armed forces, he pointed out. Red Cross must continue to provide troops at home and overseas with morale-building services. Also, personnel and activities must be maintained in the 7!) hospitals here and abroad, as well as in the 282 Red Cross clubs. Of the remaining quota to be used here, more than 50 per cent will be spent in the home service division which last year served an average of 70 families a day —atotal of 25,227 urgent cases. Besides this work, mostly for servicemen and veterans, it will be necessary to carry on the 21 other departments of the local Red Cross chapter. *p?.i7>*n *St* ffif WLV Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. Sth St. Phone 2-7439 "Probing Our Prejudices" will be the topic of the second in a series conducted by Miss Malvina Weiss for the Miami Beach Women's division of the American Jewish Congress. The session will be held at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center and will be open to the public free of charge. The series of study groups is keyed toward better human relations. Miss Weiss, education chairman for AJC, and Mrs. Clarence Cohn, cochairman, are in charge. Miss Weiss is assistant principal of Central Beach Elementary school and has studied intercultural education at Harvard uni-' versity on a scholarship. II(HM. A FLORIDA S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER' £\r in ir*r; II V\ Micoiiutui *V* FLORIDA! FINEST AMI Miami's Foiemosl Vogelarian, Daiiy and Fish RESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 841 WASHINGTON AVE., M. B. PH. 5 9182 REVLIN HOTEL c m S A A „TB^'c 3 i h su Our Kosher Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 (o 8 P.M. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED PHONE 5-7688 f*22% 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 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SERVING DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS HOTEL ROOMS NEWLY DECORATED PHONE 5-9334 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE NEW DETROIT DELICATESSEN 228 West Flagler Street Full Line of Delicatessen Luncheons—Sandwiches GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING i GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 HMSKOVITS t MAZES ta H.nto Hotd WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH • FLORIDA (.„.... -UitT MsM •* %  •* — •.!••*• rMrvctiN 01DAI COCH.EO > OUt* SMM / „Hm O-, • NOW OPEN Delayo's PHONE 5 8-9130 ITALIAN and FRENCH CUISINE RESTAURANT 217 5TH ST. — MIAMI BEACH Famous For DELICIOUS FOOD. WINE and BEER THE 0/tif*n*t MAHNfNG 'S \SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE J ?•' T V**** *M sMJ ** JQsl ..&£\ THE FISH WE SERVE TODAY M*< SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" ^*CHARCOAL 8R011ED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN a "y* FRANK HARNEY, JR., MANAGING DIRECTOR LV / Ijliaj ViH.tM'jllsJJLt'jLiBr^l'i'l f" 829 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD u, DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT y]ATOR RESERVATIONS"-9-1244



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PAGE TEN TEMPLE SISTERHOOD TO MARK BIRTHDAY 7. %  %  "'• lam Sis %  bridge at 1 30 i pai r ( i U v.. s I s --. Face Facts Family Reunion Marks Golden Anniversary FRIDAY, JANUARY 31.1 •. E • %  %  %  I %  • 2 %  A %  • M ) Mrs. 3 • %  I .... I %  FDR Club Beasts Dimes Drive With Star Show S:. %  ..%  V at the B.J %  %  store. Strar.a .%  %  .-... C ..": : -. JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES 5C OTHERS MAY WALK Tot.Constai Petal mill Stan .-.:. Qoal'rj Itachndtai WHaMi LM S-. And 1 HORU par* -r E. %  %  %  %  I is. eunion last celebration uel Cohn. T h e i r sons — I N" %  '• I a %  '•' R th< n RichVa., %  %  \ : s %  l. IT : S %  York. 1 %  they 1 • I %  n ati %  nery foi knit. i' • Young Peoples League Opens Dance Series First in a s %  Ceni rill tak : %  ..: th Centei i 50 cents tor t th< seas n Plai n affaii -.-. h will L'nil utive ting g for M : .. • < vening at th< horn* 1 Mi %  .' A • %  :.". is schedI New Hollywood Lodge Holds Installation (Special to The Jewiffa Floridtan) Hi .I.LVVVOOD. Fla.-Bcfore a S£SP2 .llation of off.cers recently. Edmund I Kaufmann national man of the United Jewish a initial gift" committee. prin< ipal speaker. Paul Epstein, president of the Ft ,_„ B'nai B'rith. open-! ed the ceremonies. He was fol| by Milton A. Friedman of .. who introduced the B'nai' %  • %  : i Kapner of Palm Beach. president of B'nai B'rith. deith of office to Irv,,n. president; Morris C and Dr. H Seiden, vice J Golden. Irving Zuckerman, reetary; Ira Lieberman. %  '•' And Rabbi Max Kaufman. W. warill Max Mansar, Dr. K. C • tste. Ben. lict I blessings were Rabbi David Raab : Ft. L • d Rabbi KaufI H llywood. A buffet supper was served wee followed. HONORED DR. RAND Election of ID, Harold"^ a fellow in the American^' of Allergy and a mom ^ American Academy 0 f was a nn ou nc ed this week.' Dr. Rand, who hmi„ fo tice to intern.,: medidnTllcrgy. moved ; l J !" to the 515 Venetian w a *' owned by him. Dr. Albert. thai and Dr. G. rge Lls J" A member i : the first a*, unit to land in the pJ2 during the war. Dr. Rand\T ed the bronzi star while Army. Forum to Hold Revie | "Beloved Friend.'' by Caty Bowen. will ,, d ^ ward Clarke at the Spa^'fl urn. 124 11th st. 3.30 pm < day. Other sessi.n--f the fonaaj held on M .Tueita Thursday evei STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board GOOD LOCATION REASOSABLE PRICES Aljo Reservation for Dinner S. SVtLIN & SONS 1348 S W. 2nd Street Phone 3-7539 FOR REAL (REEL) FISH LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnish* Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HAPBOR So. j Call R. M. BUCKNQ Mannings— 9-1244 • 7M| (i/n-ftoj/i Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. M %  > I L ACLI*. 10'*_.



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IftY, JANUARY 31, 1947 +Jenlsti Flcrld/lan PAGE ELEVEN XiAzcloAy, o£ 9AtaleJi Miami HouleAoft WxyJUJhlp ORTHODOX IONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave fen Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D Feder Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum at T Abe Loskove, regional director in Germany for the Joint ribulion Committee, Who recently returned from Europe will best speaker. His subject will be: "What I Saw in Germany May morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Meyer Fried will be J speaker. His topic will be "A Song At Sea." Intermediate Ices. 9 a.m., under the supervision of the Board of Education Li congregation at 10 under the supervision of Max Bertman of faculty. Kiddish served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph fcier and a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 pm with feedman in charge. Mincha at 5:30, followed by Shalos Sudos bi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at |ETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph ackovsky. riday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday frninyon, 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will Jc. Mincha, 5^0 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi %  discuss the portion of the week. Daily services at 7 and 8 am Ved by a class in Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., lollowea [class in Jewish laws and customs. ^IAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. jl.alns Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 pm 3: Grauer will speak on "Roosevelt—Is He A Legend?" Saturtnorning services, 8:30 o'clock. The rabbi will preach on "Song fctory." Junior service, 10:45 a.m. Wilma Shulman will speak lie portion of the week. Mincha, 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Sunday morning breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Mrs. Fred Ochs will hostess. CONSERVATIVE CNGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami. |i Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. ate Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and r Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the tion of Louis Powesky. Guest speaker will be Sidney Flatow, \.\ director of DP camps in Europe, who served for more than ir at Zeilshcin, Germany, and was instrumental in saving the h Army home for over 150 orphans. He will discuss the dispersons of Europe. Following the services Mr. and Mrs. August will be hosts at a reception in gratitude for the recent |ery of Mr. August. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. This Sabbath awn as the "Sabbath of Songs." Rabbi Shapiro will speak on lew Note." Students' services, 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva breakblub sponsored by P.T.A. Sunday at 8:45 a.m. IAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid are., Miami Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Sloan, executive director; or Jacob Y. Goldring. f ii lay evening service, 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services, pin Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "Akiba—Symbol of Mar|m." This will be the second in a series of three lectures on Its of Israel." Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the serasisted by the choir. Saturday morning service, 9 a.m. The will preach on the weekly portion of the law. AZA-BBG-Bar \a breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday. LIBERAL SIMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. riday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on plotters." This will be the third in a series of six sermons on K>ntrihution of Judaism and Democracy to a free world. It leal with John Roy Carlson's recent best-seller, Samuel Tenenfs "Why Men Hate" and the birthday of the late President klin Delano Roosevelt. Saturday morning service, 10:45 a.m. %  Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartley, will become Bar la. Cantor Kclemer will render the musical portions at all fes. REFORM fMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. nan. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Ibhatli evening services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will let the services and speak on "The Short Way Leads to the lof the Philistines." Rabbi Samuel J. Levinson of Beth Emeth Kgation, Flatbush, N. Y., will deliver the benediction. A IJOod reception will be held after the services with the followimmittee acting as hostesses: Mrs. L. Fisher, Mrs. Bernard %  Mis Arnold Simon, Mrs. Wm. Lehman, Mrs. Stuart Gordon. iSidney Aronowitz, Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and Mrs. Adolph ft liner, refreshments chairman. Mrs. S. Goldstein will light the Ith Candles. Sabbath morning services, 11 a.m. CMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. I David Raab. %  day evening services, 8 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mr. EdI Kaufmann of Washington and Hollywood who will speak c subject: "The Jew—Religion or Race." Mr. Kaufmann is If the outstanding Jewish leaders of the country, a former lent of the Zionist Organization of America and present naI chairman of the initial gift committee of the United Jewish II Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and introduce the I speaker who is a member of the Temple. A reception in ^of Mr. Kaufmann will follow the service. The public is to attend. Obituaries PERSE iHldorn F. Parse, ii, ilioii Monday morning at his home, 4444 Nautilus 'ii'., Miami Beach. Funeral services wore hi-lil in the. Iteach Memorial Dome, which sent the body 1" New cork for burial. Mr. Perse, a retired motion picture operator, came ti> the %  ami district 8 | x years ., goHesldeM his wife, Mrs. KIIIIIIUperse, lie leaves two sons, Uenjamln and Harvey; two daughters, Mrs. Jean I,lpnmn and Mrs. Alice Gold; four brothers, Maurice, .lark II,, „K and Sidney, and two sisters, all of New York. HORWITZ Samuel Horwlts, Bfi, died last I Inns.lay in his home, 17M S W It SX?,\, Hp ls survived by his.wife, Mrs. Mildred Horwlts, one son and a daughter. Cordon Funeral home helped arrange for services in New \ork city. SEVIN .simon Sevin, :,7, of 1284 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Ileach. died Sunday in a hospital after a brief Illness. He cam., from Chicago four years ago and had licen In the real estate business here. He leaves his wife. Mrs May Sevin. Miami Ileach. and two brothers and a sister in Chicago i he body „as sent to Chicago by burial Puner *' '""" e for -''vices and „,,_ LEVINSON Tho 3-dny-old daughter of Mr. and ST?". Harold Levinson, 1894 N. \v ihird st„ did Saturday in a hospital. Cordon Funeral home supervised burial. WIENER Sydell Sandra Wiener, six-year-old %  laughter „f Mr. and Mrs. I Wiener. 1877 N. W. (8th last Friday in a hospital. yman St., died Bni — ............ ., n.ispnai. Miie came to Miami three years ago fi ,„„ SufK '. V s ',' vi, s were at Palmer Funeral chapel. Burial was in Mi Mnai cemetery. .. SINGER .i i ,".?''''•, 64 f T:l:; Mlenle-an ave., died at Miami Beach .Ian. 82. owner of the Independent Taxi Cab company he had resided here for the past 23 years, coming from New York, He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Uussle singer, of Miami Ileach; a son, Bernard, and a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia CUlkls. both of New York. The I y was sent to New rork for services and bu^aJ by the Riverside Memorial ., LEVINSKY Mrs. Ella l.evinsky, 88, died last Wednesday in her home a I 1 ,;: N W h-u.'.i'T" i Sh e % %  "rvlved by her hus'.in.i, Jacob Levlnsky; four sons, and three daughters, ncludlns Mrs. Sarah Rubin. Miami. Cordon Funeral home helped arrange services in Chicago, TENENBAUM iu ncial services for Leslie Tenenbaum,Miami iteach ,,ai estate broker, were held Wednesday morning in the Beach Memorial chapel. The body was sent tO Atlantic City for burlsj renenbaum died Friday night from %  heart attack while en route to Cuba for the week-end on the winter visitor here f. SB Florida. A -• several years, he made Miami Beach his permanent home In ISM:,. He lived at 2851 Sheridan ave. o£ S&r AUGUST BROS Ry t 1 I .• • ... It l V ll fS the lit. M Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Years of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 71h St. Ph. 3-7301 Best care for chronic lick, convalescent and elderly people. ^HiLarge Beautiful GroundSw^H ssXiunxiaD LUMINUM LINDS >ecially Desirable ? or This Climate may hav^e the regular as, of course, but many |prefer the Aluminum. are long-lasting and do Cost any more. Speciaal JUion to out of town Irs. Write for prices'. 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Adult advisors to the club are Abe Weiss and Rosalyn Drosd. The organization is planning an active cultural, social and athletic program. Plans Are Completed For Annual Luncheon Plans have been completed for the annual Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood luncheon to be held Feb. 19 at the Copa Cabana. A gala program of entertainment will be presented and early reservations are suggested, according to Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Dorothy Harris. Mrs. Abe Blatt and Mrs. M. J. Maurer, or at the Temple office. State Cancer Society Appoints Dr. Levin Dr. Alfred G. Levin of Miami is one of four Florida doctors who have accepted appointment on the board of directors of the Florida division, American Cancer Society, according to Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Dade county commander. Dr. Levin is chairman of the cancer control committee of the Dade county Medical association and chairman of the medical advisory committee of the Dade county unit, American Cancer Society. He was elected to the board in recognition of his individual efforts in the fight on cancer in Florida. Similarly honored were Dr. Waxey Dell of Gainesville, Dr. Hugh Reeves of Sarasota and Dr. W. C. Cumner of Jacksonville. The American Cancer Society maintains an information center at 936 Ingraham bldg. to disseminate information on cancer and carry on the concentrated educational program on this disease. Mrs. Epperson addressed a meeting of the Miami Beach American Jewish Congress Monday afternoon and many of the 175 wome npresent volunteered their services in the fight on cancer. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hav* your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof latsr "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5880 FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., lac Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2238 N. W. 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PAGE TWELVE ^Je^istfhirSdli^r^ FRIDAY, JANUAB v County Chairman Makes Final Appeal for Dimes A final plea to Dado countians who have not yet contnbued to give generously to the March of Dimes Campaign which ends today has been issued by Judge George E. Holt, county chairman "We are far short of the $300.000 goal." said Judge Holt, 'despite the response made by students in filling coin cards with dimes. Every business institution in Dade county should make a Orlando Greyhounds Set for Nursery Stake A trio of Orlando kennel club greyhounds have been enti in the HUT Wesl > lenne club Nursery Slake, w get under way Feb. 10 at the • ide oval. The Orlai f, ; the annual classic wen Mai Bigwig and Bicyclist, all owne by the Otl Kennel. With the mi to all dog trai ks in CELEBRATES 86TH BIRTHDAY contribution to this fund, so that tJw f we may build a financial bulwark


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IIDAY, JANUARY 31. 1947 +Jewlst fhriclicin PAGE THIRTEEN ILDREN AT CARDIAC HIE ENJOY HEBREW LESSONS A. P. Gannes, director of the %  urcau of Jewish Education most interesting and amazfexperiment in Jewish educais being conducted by the :iu of Jewish Education at | irdiac Home. It is thrilling it the children to see how erly and hungrily they study Bible, Jewish history, Heand the festivals. Their Itive and joyous attitude is rwhelming; their enthusiasm bontagious. [visited the classes last Wedjay and watched the childIs faces and listened to their Vr questions and answers. I with a feeling that what were doing was vital to i. I felt that this joyous exence of studying our rich jral heritage would be helpko the children and to those in fge of the home, whose chief re is to see that these youngget well as soon as possible, [came away strengthened in conviction that a fortified inIstrcngth will help make more llesome and better human beAs I watched these youngk. my understanding of the pm "Not By Bread Alone Man Live" deepened. Mind I body are part of the same or|c whole. Spiritual and culhealth is an integral part Din's physical being. While under certain circumstances man's physical being must be given special care, as in the case of these children, the spiritual demandsconscious or unconscious—cannot be neglected. Among the children were those who had no Jewish education at all, those who had a minimum, and several who had attended intensive schools in the north. Without exception all awaited the meeting of the classes eagerly and their affection for their teacher, Miss Dorothy Lightman, was boundless. I left with their "Shalom Mr. Gannes" ringing in my ears; it made me feel warm inside. For three years now, the Bureau of Jewish Education has been conducting these classes for Jewish children at the National Cardiac Home on West Flagler street. Classes are voluntary. No child is compelled to attend. Naturally the health of the children is of primary importance and nothing shall be done to jeopardise their health. Our objective is to give these children pleasurable experience in introducing them to our rich cultural heritage. Our experience has been amazing; the attendance of the children has been willing and regular. They look forward to the two hours on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. After the first year without any effort on our part a number of children asked for Hebrew. They want to have a reading knowledge of the language. This was arranged and now those who desire to study the language do so. The children read their assignments regularly, make reports, prepare scrap books, etc. On Chanukah and other holidays, celebrations are arranged for them. The cooperation of those in charge of the home has been invaluable. Without the sympathy and assistance of Charles Tobin, former president; Harry Safer, the present president; Mrs. Jacobs, executive secretary; Mrs. Rose Gallow, Mrs. C. Baum, and others, the experiment would be impossible. Dr. Hernandez, the home physician, has encouraged the development and the continuance of the project. He realizes that the spiritual value derived from these studies will have direct beneficial bearing upon the childrens' physical well-being. My visit was a most pleasant one. It is not in my province to discuss the Cardiac Home generally, yet I cannot refrain from saying that I found all the children, bedridden and otherwise, cheerful and happy. Would not that be a good criterion for judging the success of a worth-while project? >f Florida Starts m Training Program lAINESVILLE, Jan. 30.— ling for citizenship of apHrnately 29,000 alien residents Florida will be started this h by the general extension kion of the University of ki>: and Florida State College ] Women in a program coired by the American LegI Department of Florida, pder the program, which has indorsed by the immigraand naturalization service, materials supplied by the Ice. the extension division will |ui't classes and home study Sis. Local Legion posts will pde instructors and facilities ci and Legionnaires will illed upon as helpers for canles for naturalization who II in home study courses. !>ile not a requisite to natation, the courses are deto aid aliens in underling more thoroughly and TAYLOR-PERELMAN Newly weds Donald Shaw Taylor and his bride, the former Miss Nina Ruth Perelman are residing at the Albion hotel, Miami Beach, following their Jan. 5 wedding at Temple Beth Sholom. A reception and dinner at the Belmar hotel followed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Perelman, Philadelphia, and her husband is the son of Abe Taylor, Miami Beach and Atlantic City, N. J. more rapidly the American system of government and to facilitate passage of examinations required for naturalization. Frank T. Adams, specialist in political science and government and acting head of the division's department of Americanism and citizenship training, will direct the program. The American Legion has made this a major phase of its Americanism program. m Emergency Call from the icred Institution of Learning [eshivath Chachmey Lublin OF DETROIT iBBI JACOB HOBERMAN of Congregation Beth Itzchock [Detroit and Rabbi M. A. Kamien, recently arrived from ighai, are now here to raise funds for the benefit of Yeshivath Chachmey Lublin. BBI M. ROTHENBERG. dean of the Yeshivath. appeals to i rabbis of the city, presidents of the synagogues and to | tourists now in Greater Miami to encourage them and to te donations since the situation is very critical. CHECK6 MAY BE MAILED TO: YESHIVATH CHACHMEY LUBLIN Care of Rabbi J. Hoberman P. Q. Box 1383 Miami leach, Florida All Contribution* Will Be Gratefully Acknowledged Broad to Address Brunch Of CJA Lawyers Group Shepard Broad, chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist district board and delegate to the World Zionist Congress at Basle, Switzerland, will be the chief speaker at a breakfast meeting Sunday at the White House hotel, for the lawyers* division of the 1947 Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal. Broad, a Miami Beach attorney, will report on his experiences at the Congress and current Zionist problems. E. Max Goldstein of Miami Beach is chairman of the lawyers' division of the $1,309,741 campaign. Members of the sponsoring committee for Sunday's affair are Harold Spaet, Roland Granat, Nathaniel Klein, Ben Cohen and David P. Catsman. FIGHT POLIO JOIN "THE MARCH OF DIMES' SUNFRESH BRAND Warranted FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE Freih squeezed from a combination of the finest tasting types of Florida Oranges. [DAILY DELIVERY TO RESTAU' RANTS. HOTELS and SCHOOLS Miami Fruit Juice Co. 1206 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-5237 nma NEXT HOLIDAY IS NEW YEAR'S DAY FOR TREES By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX (Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) What is "Chamisha Osor B'shvat" (occurring this year on Wednesday. Feb. 5)? According to the Talmud (Rosh Hashonoh) this day is the New Year's Day for trees. The celebration of such a day is indicative of the profound respect Judaism gives to God's creations in nature. Even the trees deserve special dedication for their beauty and nourishment. Among some Jews special prayers are recited on this day. The day is generally characterized as the Jewish Arbor Day. To commemorate it Jews eat special fruits (mainly Palestinian) and plant trees in Palestine. Why is this particular Sabbath called "Shabbos Shira?" Because the portion of the Law is read in which is contained the song of Moses which the Jews sang after attaining their freedom from Egypt and miraculously crossing the Red Sea. This song is called the "Shira" and so the Sabbath is dedicated as "Shabbos Shira." Why is it customary to throw crumbs to the birds on this particular Sabbath? It is in this week's portion that the feeding of the Jews with "Manna" is described. The Jews are compared to the birds who have only to reach out for the crumbs that are thrown to them by God. Watching the birds feed on the crumbs would then serve as a striking reminder of our desert days when we were so miraculously sustained. Another reason is related to the narrative in the Yalkut. After hearing Moses announce that there would be no "Manna" on the Sabbath, two despots, Dasas and Aviram went to the trouble of spreading "Manna" on the fields Friday evening so as to upset Moses' prophecy. By -a miracle, the birds chanced upon the scene and consumed all the "Manna" that the two "saboteurs" had prepared. In reward to the birds, who averted a crisis which would have disrupted the unity of Israel, a special point is made to feed them crumbs on this Sabbath where it is mentioned that the Jews went out to look for the "Manna" on the Sabbath and "did not find it." JEWISH PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER LODGE No. 192 presents An Evening of JEWISH SONG. MUSIC and DRAMA DEBORAH ROSENBLUM and NOCHOM MELNICK Prominent Yiddish Artists of the Argentine ELI MINTZ Comedian LEON MALAMUT Concertina Player Program A one act dramatization of "Benyomen der dritter" by Mendele Moisher Sforim. "pioneer of Yiddish literature." "Kapores." by the famous Jewish humorist, Sholom Aleichem. "March of the Martyrs," by the noted author. Sholom Asch. Also compositions of Jewish themes played by Leon Malamut, and short skits and folk songs. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd — 8:00 P.M. At the Miami Beach High School, 1420 Drexel Avenue Tickets $1.20 and $1.80 at the door For Reservations Call 5-5403 or 2-5431 EVENING CLASSES at the UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Registration Dates: February 5 through 7—7:00 to 10:00 P. M. February 8—9:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon 4Accounting Art Architectural Drawing Aeronautics BacteriologyBotany Chemistry Drama Economics Education English (Composition and Literature) Mathematics Music Philosophy History Physics Psychology Russian Sociology Spanish Speech Celestial Navigation Sales Psychology Industrial Training Courses Covering Various Fields French Geography Government Hispanics WORLD WAR VETERANS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR EVENING STUDY UNDER THE GI BILL OF RIGHTS Special Courses Call Division of Organized Adult Education Upon Request 4-0801 Make Your Evenings Count THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI \



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FRIDAY, JANUARY Three to Entertain At Banquet for Diplomat Hilda Kosta, Turkish contralto, and Louise Wilkens, pianist of the New York Metropolitan Opera Association, will be presented by Ruth Brotman at the banquet honoring Russian Ambassador Nicolai Novikov. Sunday at the Roney Plaza hotel. Joseph Harnell. pianist-comwill play selections by takovitch and other modern Russian composers, as well as his own c impositions, following Miss Kosta's renditions of Carmen s m costume. Miss Kosta, who has sung with Chicago and Paris opera companies, will leave Miami after aring at the Press PhotoLers' ball Feb. 7 at the Steak planning a scries of opera in condensed form at Carl hall, New York. Pi eeds I the photographers' I..,11 will bo devoted to the Mt, Sinai hospital drive. POLK-KATZ Pitl destination of D an I Mi Joseph Ludwig Polk New Engli :. The ncwlywcds were attended S. < ... %  : : :' • NY\v Jan. 11. s n I I', and Mrs >s i I P Pitts.. Dr. P Pittsbu • s the formei Irene Kal 1 iTHUANIANwJoluRVIVED DACHAU IS S BOOK ON HIS EXPERIENCE, One out of a mi self. For he is one tour years of torture Arbitblatt and his hiin•d in Nazi family were ffmffno, Lithuania, in Jum of L41 ami incarcerated in the Slabotko Ghetto with 32,000 Lithuanian .1 e w s. T h e y sent from one ghetto I other and finally to Stuthof '" :r his wif atives wore massacred. After that Arbitblatt was in Dachau and Belsen. At the end of the war, he was brought to the Rothschild hospital in France | is sight gone. feel A son who lives in New York— .-, %  Blattas, an arranged for his father's to America. \ iv staving with a cousin. Mrs. Sonya B. Levitt, 835 N. W. Seveni : Arbitbl tl uperating %  f ?*' II appear under the pseudonym of Judan us Pat Curtice as chairman; BZB, entertainment, with Miss Roslyn Mendelson as chair;„,,„: Jems, publicity. Miss Isabel Ic Pugatsky; ALS, ticket sales, miss M %  Miller; Winx. refreshments, Miss Arlyne Dinnerstein; BBG, over-all committee. Miss Gloria Farkas p, ,.,., |s of the affair will be ssisl local senior B'nai • lodges in community serv< well as overseas relief ects, including preparation wing kits and the "adopt a family'' project in which food and clothing are sent to Jews abroad. Tickets for thi dance are $1.60 "stag or di I WANT MY MILK Greyhound Races at Beautiiul HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Ray Lev Provides Interesting Program One • piano music was Ray Lev Satur%  : th< B( ach Y's C i Si 111 thi I ::. Midi t—Soho" of ; Harnell. idience ai tunity to hi il excellenl I (ten performed in local i mi i rts In tl L' v display) I ; • : tin ed uline techi sonal nCM But latei ., r vei saI t humor ; : %  %  '• r Chil Iren" • pretation two Chopin :. Lev is the 1 |app> i %  n thi i %  Bidu S vill Joseph I •linist. on Mai I I To Hold ADL Program A ; n th<' Anti-Defamatl m li agui will be pi. meeting of the Hose cl I'nai B'rith Women 830 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach Y. It will be given under the chairmanship of Ruth Sherman Edith Schulman will preside at MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listingi On Oceanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 ••Trustworthy Service" Eitab. 1924 And B SUM In FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product" Dacro PtotM^d TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Dellnrj VUlt Our Finn it •200 N. W. 82nd 8trM the business meeting. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Bisc.iyne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 GIVE TO THE MARCH OF DIMES! HAVANA ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT plus Tax For Immediate Reservations Wylly's Tours — Phone — 514 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 58-2176 5-7865 OPEN EVENINGS Just North of Gutfstream Pork and One Mile South of Hollywood 3e Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races iiiss;on Nc Minors) 25c TRANSPORTATION — F.-cm Miami—Eipress Service by >*o Adam. 1>M t,om 218 H. t 2ra Ave from 6.30 Ft. Louder, .^o*—r-oi. 4-2 E Lo Olas 11*4. C' f-eauenr intervalt. HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS "The Oneg Shabbot Of The Air" WKAT—Every Saturday Afternoon at 5:15 P.M. HEAR: TRADITIONAL MELODIES LISTEN: TO KADIMAH CHAPTER (Pioneer Women) TALK ON "PALESTINE" and "EUROPEAN DISPLACED CHILDREN" ANYUTA MELICOV AT THE PIANO THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI I %  • THE GORDON STRING QUARTET JACQUES GORDON.. DAVID DAWSON FRITZ MAGG.. "'" HAROLD BAUER. P Tuesday Evening. February 4, 1947 8:30 o'Clock Miami Senior High School, 2400 W. Flagler Street



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1IDAY. JANUARY 31. 1947 +Jew is* ftcrid/fan PAGE FIFTEEN "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. IE PALESTINE ISSUE: Although the United States has observer at the London conferee on Palestine, American dipjiats are genuinely hopeful jt the official talks between %  tain and the Arabs and the official discussions with the ,vs will produce a conclusive strife-ending solution to the Kestine problem Washington experts believe bat a successful plan for the irtition of Palestine may be the making ... It is their imression that despite vigorous enials, the Arabs will relucitly agree to partition if it is larrd before them as an acCmplished fact A reassesspr.t of American policy on Palestine is now believed likeL once Secretary of Slate Marhall is acclimated to his new Mice |n Jewish circles this question being asked: Is there currently Jewish Agency or only an exeHve of the World Zionist Orlization which speaks for the Wish Agency This question provoked by the fact that the i-Zionist section of the adminkktive committee of the Jewish fcney failed to meet simultanusly with the Zionist Congress |elcct members to the Agency's kcutive ... So that actually pic is no Agency executive com$cd of Zionists and non-Ziont, but merely a World Zionist ecutive /ith partition on the horizon, Iculation is rife as to how the wish State, when and if proImed, will be named ... It 111 certainly not bear the name jltstine Some propose namit Eretz Israel, others suggest names Zion, Judea, Israeland. IE AMERICAN SCENE: Id friendship between the C and the ORT which was Bewhat marred when the ORT rted its own fund raising camgn in the United States is Dut to be resumed By the be these lines are read, an argument may be announced unwhich the ORT will receive [100.000 from JDC funds, with approval of the United JewAppeal, and will abstain from separate fund-raising drive k> year [For Jews who may wish to Bow what is expected of them contributions this year, it ill b e interesting to learn that kwish national and overseas lencies in the United States S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE [214 4th St., Miami Beach %  etween Collins & Wash. Ave. %  •brew Religious Supplies for wnagogues and Private Use. j Also for Hebrew Schools. DnBD "DID Telephone 5-1017 £** n* ,ttf* to 0\4 DRINK PLENTY OF GTTtipure ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME tSE OF SIX IBLE BOTTLES •ALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Deport PHONE 2 41 28 85c 75c have set their goals for 1947 at about $222,350,000 compared with S131.300.000 raised by them in the past year ... In addition, som e of them intend to raise more than $40,000,000 during the year for caital funds This means that American Jewry will be asked to give this year about $264,000.000 for Jewish charity This includes, of course the $170,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal Last year the Joint Distribution Committee had to borrow $9,000,000 from the banks in order to meet commitments which it incurred in 1946 ... In addition to such loans, the JDC has been granted an $8,000,000 credit, payable over a period of three years, by the Office of Foreign Liquidations and the War Assets Administration for the purchase of Army surplus goods abroad and in this country Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, retired executive vice-chairman of the JDC, is now enjoying a deserved rest in California His farewell speech, given at a testimontial dinner in New York attended by all important Jewish leaders, will long be remembered ... It was a classic address, reflecting an era of world history and of Jewish tragedy • • INSIDE RUSSIA: The inside story of AmericanSoviet relations during the war is told for the first time in "The Strange Alliance" by Gen. John R. Deane, wartime head of the U.S. military mission in Moscow ... No American is better qualified to tell this story than Gen. Deane, because of his position and close association with the heads of both the American and Soviet governments The book published by Viking Press, reveals many hitherto undisclosed details concerning what took place during the Roosevelt-Stalin-Churchill conference at Teheran and Yalta, which the author attended as a member of the American group ... It also lifts the curtain from many important talks in the Kremlin between Stalin and American diplomats Among the most interesting facts revealed is how the Office of Strategic Services in Washington and the NKVD (the secret service) in Moscow exchanged information The author tells the amusing story of how he, as head A.OGUST BROS Ryc f is the bEST of the American military mission in the Soviet capital, once received an invitation from the head of the Soviet intelligence service to dine with him at the only restaurant and night club which remained open in Moscow throughout the war Dinner in this cafe cost $45 in American money, hence Gen. Deane had never been there and was delighted to accept He found the restaurant a beautiful place with deep rugs, soft lights, music and excellent food Throughout the dinner he was puzzled as to his host's motives in inviting him He discovered the reason when the dinner was over and the Soviet intelligence chief whispered that he had very important information to give him ... It developed that Soviet secret agents had overheard some American engineers at an oil refinery in Baku discussing the forthcoming elections in the United States One of them had been heard describing President Roosevelt as a "son of a bitch who should be taken out and shot" The head of the Soviet secret service thought that Gen. Deane. who was in charge of exchanging information with the NKVD should know about it It was quite a surprise to him when the General, after thanking him profusely, told him that in America nobody takes such remarks seriously Gen. Deane adds that he was tempted to report the story to President Roosevelt and to thank him for being responsible for the most delicious dinner he had in Moscow The book tells how a Jewish officer in the U.S. Army—Capt. Ernest Gruenberg of New York who had been captured by the TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture N o She lls or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimate* All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ASK FOR PETER DOELGER LAMBIC (Premium) BEER LAMBIC (Scotch) ALE IT'S THE BEST DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT New Walnut Straight METAL FILE CABINETS and Arm Chairs AVERY OFFICE SUPPLIES, Inc. OFFICE—26 N. E. 7TH ST SALESROOM. 91 N. E. 28th ST. PHONE 9-9925 OPEN SUNDAY OPENING DECEMBER at 2914 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., C'L CABLES WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. 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Refreshments will be served. Plans for the auxiliary's activities for the coming month were made at a board meeting held Tuesday. Mrs. Rose Beck, 1571 Pennsylvania ave., was hostess. Next meeting of the general membership will be Feb. 18. 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 Pioneer Women Fete Regional Officers Miss Miriam Brodinsky of Wilmington, Del., will be guest of honor when the membership of the Pioneer Women's Organization, club one, meets for luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Teusday at the Alcazar roof. Miss Brodinsky is chairman of the southeastern Seaboard states region of Pioneer Women. Mrs. I. S. Shapoff is chairman of the affair at which Miss Ruth Brotman will sing Palestinian songs. 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PAGE SIXTEEN CIA CAMPAIGN UNITS SCHEDULE MEETINGS Getting ready for the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal to be held in March, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is scheduling a number of pre-campaign meetings for next week. On Sunday at 10 a.m. the initial gift division will meet at the Shelborne hotel under the chairmanship of Abraham Goodman to organize the initial gifts campaign. At the same time Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David will address a meeting of insurance people at the Alcazar roof. Simultaneously, the Beach lawyer's division will meet at the Whitehouse hotel. Miami Beach, to hear a report on European conditions by Shepard Broad, who has just returned from a visit to Europe. The women's division, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, will get under way with an organizational meeting of the special gifts unit at the home of Mrs. Monte Selig, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The regular weekly meeting of the CJA campaign cabinet will be held at noon Wednesday at the McAllister hotel. The women's division will hold a meeting of majors and captains at the home of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Next Friday the women's division Beach section will meet at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin at 1:30 p.m. Mizrachi Event Aids Children's Village Annual Palestine night at the Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women Tuesday evening at Beth Jacob will be for the benefit of the Mizrachi Children's Village, according to Mrs, Loon Shalloway. chairman of the affair. Guest speakers will bo Mrs E Karger, who will describe the village, which is located in R.. Palestine, and Harold Turk, who will speak on tin Zionist O: zation of America. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will deliver the invocation. Palestinian songs will be rendered by the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus under the direction of Louis Powesky, and Saul Stokll S accompanied by his wife Members of the Mizrachi Women's board of directors wore iv,. : v installed. They include -%"* Meyen.Mary Goodman. TilUeUvme Gertrude ., ia.i Friedman, B< S an Samuel Reinhar. an,. Bretholtz. 400 ATTEND PARTY M re ,h.,n 400 people attended tlu ,, a party held by the Kami Beach women's division of American Jewish Congress ruesday evening at the National hotel auditorium. Chairman of the event were Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs Herbert Greenbergand Miss Clara Prizes and refreshments were donated by Miami Beach merchants FRIDAY, JAN UARY Lear School Holds Graduation Exercisess Four guls and two boys were graduated from the Lear school during exercises held in the auditorium of the school Wednesday morning They are Barbara Frumkes, Marilyn Gould, Mona Jabaly, Jules Levine, Buddy Meyers and Leila Rosenfeld. Them.' for the graduation was There Will Be A Tomorrow," a program presented by the graduates Curst speaker was Morris Farfinkel, principal of Winthrop Junior High school of Brooklyn. who is visiting here. Miami Hebrew School Presents Vaudeville Saturday Night P layers Junior group, Miami H 1H School and Junior Con B H will present a vaudeville h'N "The Little Theatre." 44 f 0 17th ter., at 7:30 p m £ ,K The show will -on^H cartoons, a mag,,. s h ow J& ram Moss and Morton F-r "The Three Mountain && Ted Wolff, Sandford oL5 and Albert Feldan, and ,? by Rachel Feldan. "* Admission will be 30 centit troshments will be served ui case of rain the show wi n 3 postponed till Feb. 8. JOIN "THE MARCH OF DIMES' PWO Southern Chairman To Address Kadimahs Mrs. Miriam Brpdinsky, of Wilmington, Delaware, organization chairman of the Pioneer Women's southeastern Seaboard states region, will be guest speaker at the Kadimah chapter's meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Stevan Simon, chairman of the legislative and social action committee, will present a report on the bill of rights and the importance of Pioneer Women's place on the American scene. At a cultural meeting of the Kadimah chapter Monday evening Mrs. Bessie Weissman. president of the Chicago Council of Pioneer Women and director of cultural studies of the midwest region, spoke on "The Balfour Declaration and the Three Aliyot". Mrs. Albert Naness sang several selections accompanied by Mrs. Jenny Kamern. concert pianist. FIGHT POLIO JOIN "THE MARCH OF DIMES" Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER } HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN Aluminum Wall Tile Will: Beautify ) Your Bathroom Water-proof > Kitchen Insect-prool ) Shower Compartmenf Installed over any smooth surface wall at '/•> to >£ less than ordinary clay tile. Does not crack, craze or peel. Permanent, rust proof, fire-resisting. F.H.A. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ji^lieM^^WEIliDipidffiayn
ME 20NUMBER 5
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
mittee Seeks Fair
hi For Arabs, Jews
SIT
I
ITTACK DELAYS
IKVNIST'S DEATH
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
execution of Duv Gruner, mem-
ber of the Irgun Zvai Lcumi who
was sentenced to death by a
military court for participating
in an attack on a Palestine police
Station, has been postponed for
an indefinite period following the
kidnapping by Jewish extremists
of Judge Ralph Windham, who
was snatched from the Tel Aviv
District courtroom Monday.
The hanging of Gruner was
originally scheduled to have tak-
en place Tuesday. The postpone-
ment was granted by l.t. Gen. Sir
Evelyn Barker. British Comman-
der-in-chief, in order to enable
Gruner to appeal to the Privy
Council, highest court in the Brit-
ish Commonwealth.
Meanwhile, High Commissioner
Sir Alan Cunningham summoned
Jewish leaders and told them that
he may impose martial law on
certain sections of the country, if
tie kidnapped judge, as well as
COLLINS FREED
Sollins, held prisoner by the
Jewish underground for 78
hours, stumbled into a clinic
in the heart of Jerusalem
Wednesday night and told police
he had fought his way to free-
dom,
Th other abducted civilian.
Judge Ralph Windham, was
lltnharmed near Tal Aviv
Tuesday night and received an
OTSilon when hc returned to his
court in that city Wednesday
morning.
Plajor H. J. Collins, who
kidnapped by extremists
B^K-in Jerusalem, were not
i Mayor Israel Rokach of Tel
^viv hs i sued a proclamation
calling upon the terrorists to re-
lease the two Britons.
A curfew of indefinite duration
has been imposed on the Jewish
quarters of Jerusalem and Haifa
~; dusk-to-dawn curfew is in
ect in all of Tel Aviv and on
ally all roads. Hundreds of
eaviljpf armed, helmeted troops
^nbing the three cities in
^E>r the four youths and a
girl who seized Collins at his
^fcnday, and the ten men
^raded Windham's court
:and escorted him into a waiting
car at gun-point.
Windham's kidnappers brand-
ished tommy guns and revolvers
at ill those in the court, forcing
them to line up against the walls.
Bgc was still wealing his
Hlicial robes and his white
wig when he was led from the
courtroom Sirens were sounded
ajmost immediately and the court-
house was cordoned off by police.
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee at
its 40th annual meeting this week
adopted a resolution, which was
later incorporated in a cable to
foreign Minister Bevin asking
the British Government "to ini-
tiate a prompt and satisfactory
solution of tlie ultimate problem
of government in Palestine, with
complete fairness to Arabs and
Jews alike, which will guarantee
to every Palestinian complete
political equality."
The resolution emphasizes that
"if such a solution is not promptly
achieved, there should neverthe-
less be immediate recognition of
the need and right of Jewish im-
migration and land purchase."
The resolution urges that "a way
be found for participation in con-
ference by all interested groups."
It requests the United States Gov-
ernment to continue its "sym-
pathetic cooperation for the at-
tainment of these objectives." It
urges upon all parties "the abso-
lute necessity of reasonable ne-
gotiations based upon considera-
tions of justice and mutual for-
bearance."
Resolutions were also adopted
containing recommendations on
the inclusion in the Peace Treaty
with Germany of provisions con-
cerning restitution of property
looted by the Nazis from Jews
and guaranteeing basic human
rights and freedoms.
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer was
re-elected president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and Jacob
Blaustein was re-elected chair-
man of the executive committee.
Others re-elected are: Alan M.
Stroock, vice-chairman of the
executive committee; David Sher,
chairman of the administrative
committee; Dr. John Slawson, ex-
ecutive vice-president; Nathan
Orbach, treasurer, and Albert H.
Lieberman, associate treasurer.
Edward A. Norman was elected
secretary.
The stand of the Committee on
the Palestine question was ampli-
fied by Judge Proskauer at the
closing session of the meeting,
which was open to the public.
"The American Jewish Commit-
tee," he said, "has never sacri-
ficed realities to the purely poli-
tical concept of Palestine as a
Jewish state; but it has never
ceased to voice its deep sympathy
with the desires of the Jews who
wished to settle in Palestine. It
has supported the Balfour Dec-
laration as thus interpreted under
the leadership of Louis Marshall.
It was instrumental in the crea-
tion of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine. It has joined Jews of
every shade of opinion on the
Palestine question in opposition
to the British White Paper."
To Return Property
BUCHAKKST. (JTA) -- Prop-
erty vAh was confiscated by the
former pr< Nazi government from
Transylvanian Jews, most of
whom Were deported, and which
is now under state control, will
Hned to the owners or
Irs upon application, it
Hmnccd this week.
Largest Refugee Group
Awaits Trip to U. S.
MUNICH, (JTA)The largest
single day's shipment of refugee
emigrants, 916, left Munich and
Stuttgart this week for Bremer-
haven where they will be pro-
cessed and await transportation to
the United States.
Voluntary relief agency offi-
cials point out that this does not
mean that the rate of immigration
has been increased, but that there
is a large immigrant backlog in
Germany and additional shipping
is becoming available. Among the
immigrants are .67 unaccompanied
Jewish orphans.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) A
warning by the Irgun Zvai Leumi
that it will fight "not only in
Palestine but also abroad," if the
Haganah b e g i n s operations
against it, was voiced here over
the Irgun's underground radio.
"We warn the Yishuv of the
imminence of full-fledged frati-
cidal war if anyone tries to stand
in our way," the broadcast said,
adding that "all declarations by
the Jewish National Council that
it wants to free the Yishuv of ex-
tortion by self-defence against
domination by terror constitute
only camouflage." It branded as
"traitors and Vichyites" the lead-
ers of the Jewish community,
who, they charged have promised
the British to calm down Pales-
tine, and are, therefore, "liquidat-
ing the fight against the outer
enemy and turning their force in-
ward."
The broadcast referred to an
alleged agreement between the
Haganah and the Irgun made in
November, 1945, presumably cov-
ering joint action, and stated that
the Irgun stood by the agreement.
"If they (The Haganah) have laid
down their arms and if treach-
erous leaders accept partition, we
will combat it," the broadcaster
said. "We will never allow the
homeland to be converted into a
ghetto. We will never give up
Jerusalem. There will be no capi-
tulation, but a fight for full lib-
eration."
Earlier, spokesmen for the Jew-
ish Agency and the Jewish Na-
tional Council said that they do
not contemplate "shooting be-
tween Jews" and are not prepar-'
ing to assume any police or gov-
ernment duties.
The anti-terrorist resolution
adopted by the Council con-
stitutes a serious warning to the
extremist groups that force will
be used for self-protection, the
Agency spokesman added, and
merely indicates ways and means
of resisting terrorist acts. Point-
ing out that all the speakers who
addressed the Council voiced ab-
horrence of civil strife, he said the
resolution should be interpreted
as "a stage of internal self-pro-
tection, while showing the dis-
sident groups we mean business."
German Peace Terms
Voted By Conference
ARABS TO REJECT
LONDON, (JTA)The Pales-
tine Arabs will reject partition and
fight it with all means at their
disposal, Jamal Husseini, leader
of the Palestine delegation told
the Conference on Palestine,
which resumed after a 16-week
adjournment.
Monday's session, which was
attended by 25 Arab delegates,
representing the seven Arab
League states and Palestine, last-
ed for an hour, adjourning im-
mediately after Husseini's speech.
The British, whose delegation
was headed by Foreign Minister
Ernest Bevin and Colonial Secre-
tary Arthur Creech-Jones, appar-
ently want some time to digest
the Arabs' demands, and, at the
same time, consult informally
with the Zionists. The next step
will probably be a reply by the
government to both Husseini and
the proposals of the Arab League,
which were outlined before the
conference adjourned last Octo-
ber.
The annual meeting of the An-
glo-Jewish Association this week
authorized its leaders to partici-
ate in the Conference on Pales-
tine or in any other discussions
on Palestines future which may
take place in London.
The meeting adopted a resolu-
tion expressing regret that the
Jewish Agency had rejected par-
ticipation in the London parley.
Another resolution condemned
"the wicked and senseless outrag-
es in Palestine, stating that the
activities of the extremists there
were distressing to all Jews, and
particularly to the British Jews.
The decision of the Anglo-Jew-
ish Association was taken while
the British Government announc-
ed the completion of technical
preparations for opening of the
conference at St. James Palace.
United Synagogue PI ins
Travelling Rabbinate
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
United Synagogue of America,
representing more than 400 Con-
servative Jewish congregations,
will send several "circuit-riding
rabbis" throughout the country
to serve small Jewish communi-
ties which are not large enough
to support a rabbi and religious
schools, it was decided at a meet-
ing of the organization.
In a report which led to the
resolution to establish the circuit-
riding corps, Rabbi Albert I. Gor-
don, who was installed as execu-
tive director of the group at the
meeting, declared that the United
Synagogue was faced with the
task of developing a "greater
sense of unity and discipline" in
various Conservative congrega-
tions. Under the plan for a tra-
velling rabbinate, several mem-
bers of next June's graduating
class at the Jewish Theological
Seminary will be assigned to hold
services and train laymen to con-
duct them in small communities
which request assistance.
* NEW YORK, (JTA) The
American Jewish Conference, at
a meeting of its Interim Commit-
tee held under the chairmanship
of Henry Monsky, adopted a 13-
point program which will be sub-
mitted to the meeting of the For-
eign Ministers for inclusion in
the peace treaty with Germany.
The program provides:
1. Germany must acknowledge
her shameful guilt for her mons-
trous crime against the Jews.
Without such acknowledgment, a
peace treaty with Germany would
distort the records of history be-
yond recognition.
2. Germany must cleanse her
public and private life from the
insidious poison of anti-Semit-
ism. She must show by her con-
duct that she is ready and willing
to purge herself of diseased ideo-
logies of race superiority. Equal
rights for all and non-discrimina-
tion must be imposed and secured
as the guilding principles of her
laws and practices.
3. Germany's readjustment to
the principles of democracy will
be a slow process. Her past con-
duct has shown that the treat-
ment of Jews within her borders
cannot be safely left to her dis-
cretion for many years to come.
Their status and treatment must
therefore be a matter of interna-
tional concern and supervision.
4. To attest her atonement for
her crimes against the Jews, Ger-
many must effectively punish all
those who had a hand in the per-
secution of Jews or benefitted
from it.
NATIONALITY
5. Jews who have been depriv-
ed of their nationality by discrim-
inatory laws and practices must
have the right to reacquire it, but
shall not be compelled to do so.
6. No Jew should be forced to
remain on soil soaked with his
brother's blood. Jews in Germany
must have the unfettered right to
emigrate from Germany and to
take their belongings with them.
7. All Jewish displaced persons,
who find themselves in Germany
by force or circumstances, must
have the protection of Allied or
other international authorities
and must never be allowed to fall
(Continued on Page 4)
Nazi-Stolen Property
Of Jews To Aid I .1A
Out of the crematoria and con-
centration camps of Europe this
year will come 22 million dollars
to help the Jewish people sur-
vive.
That is what representatives of
Jewish communities throughout
Florida learned at a United Jew-
ish Appeal conference Sunday at
the Latin Quarter.
Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, out-
standing communal worker of
New York, told the story.
Actual needs of the three UJA
agencies were estimated at $215,-
000,000 but the 1947 goal for
America was set at $170,000,000.
Twenty three million dollars of
the original figure is expected to
be raised by Jews in other coun-
tries as it was in 1946, she ex-
plained.
"But the first contribution of
22 million dollars was donated by
our six million dead brethren,"
Mrs. Lawrence declared, "because
the reparations commission of the
United Nations has allowed us
the non-monetary gold of these
dead."
This gold includes fillings tak-
en from the teeth of their Jewish
victims by the Nazis.
"The $170,000,000 that is left
for us to raise is the minimum
amount needed to see to it that
our people throughout the world
may live in dignity, peace and
security," Mrs. Lawrence con-
cluded.
The role of Palestine's Jews is
the rescue and rehabilitation of
displaced persons was emphasiz-
ed by Isaac Ben-Aharon, Pales-
tine's leading war hero.
"We are shouldering a terrific
financial burdenpaying exor-
bitant taxes to the British govern-
ment and maintaining an inde-
pendent Jewish communityyet
we are carrying our share for all
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FRIDAY, JANUARY
Personally Speaking .
Miami Girl Appears
With Daytona Players
Mrs. Mildied Wolfson of St. to her home in Woodmere. L. I..
Petersburq is visiting Mr. and after spending six week* at me
Mrs. Louis Goldin of Miami Roney Plaza with Mrs. Moss .
and Dr. Abraham Wolfson of Miss Katherine Peretzman
Miami Beach. She came here was hostess at a party for her
to attend the concerts of her iellow classmates a: tne home
cousin, the celebrated pianist 0. her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
William Kapell. Other out-of- Charles Peretzmcn. 926 15th St.,
town visitors who attended the^ftami Beach, last night follow
concerts included Mr. and Mrs.' mg her graduation from Micmi
Edwin Niman and Mrs. Olga riecch Senior High school. Miss
Kahn of Forest Hills, N. Y., end peretzman was voted the most
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro popular and best looking girl
of Spartanburg, S. C. Mrs. fin the graduating ciass. net
Wolfson joined members of he: brother-in-law and s:s:e:
family in celebrating the 25th and Mrs. S. H. Evans, flew
wedding enniversary of Mr. :rorn New York to attend her
Kapell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J: ... rtion .
Harry Kapell of New York who Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisingei
are vacationing here ... of New York, parents of Mrs.
Visiting her son. Dr. Julius A Murray 3: sp< riding a
Oshlag, at his home 2831 month at the Georgian hotel.
Prairie ave., Miami Beach is Mias Etta Grauei is spending
Dr. Ida Oshlag of New York her inter-session vacation from
and Lake Mahopac Mr. City College of New York with
and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal her L-rother and sister-in-law,
returned to Savannah, Ga., this Harri c-.r.ci ":s. G.-aue: .
week after spending two weeks Jed Hyman, son of Mr. and
with her parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman of Miami Wayne ex-
Mrs. Simon April. Mrs Blu- Beach, is recuperating at home n in Day-
menthal is the former Miss ........knee operation he under- l-Broad-
Esther Apr:!. The rabbi's bra w6nt a: the Veterans hospital
ther end sister-in-law Mr. and m Oteen N. C. His sister. Miss
Mrs. Leon Arrilreturned to Rita Hy? :s vis^q ^. ^^
MonUceUo N. Y., Sunday aftei :;ves and ^;e:;as m New ^crx M Weiss who
a visit here Spenein- sev- and Carr.ce::, N. ]. cetwee:: Wlth
era! weeks at Miami Beach are semesters at the University oi 3 Toby
Rabri zr.z Mrs. S. He.rcrett ct Michiaari where aha ~ senior ." >
HARRY F. SIDMANS
TO LIVE IN BOSTON
Boston will be home for Mr.
land Mrs. Harry F. Sidman whose
wedding was an event of Jan. 18.
Mr. Sidman and the former
Miss Olga Aberman were married
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the
home of the bride's stepfather.
Morns Sobel. 2957 Flamingo dr.
Maxine Chamine, niece of the
jde, was her maid of honor, and
Mr. Levin was best man for his
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Levin came here from Boston for
the ceremony which was follow-
ed by a dinner at the Russian
Bear restaurant.
Mrs. Sidman attended schools
in Columbia, S. C, and New
i irk, and has resided here for
the past two years. Her hus--
band is in business in Boston.
The couple is honeymooning at
the Albion hotel.
Miss Cohen Engaged
M V. : : M
in the Day-
: >' production of
play "Pennywise "
A and Mrs. Eu-
Freedmans to Be Hosts
and Mrs David Freedman
will be h ists to the Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization, club one. at a
Chamisha Osor B'shvat celebra-
tion Thursday evening at then-
home. 1030 Washington^ ave.
Guest of honor will be Mrs.
Bessie Weissman, chairman of the
Chicago Council of Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization.
Traditional holiday refresh-
ments will be served following
the program.
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Pittsburgh .
New grandparents are Dl
and Mrs. Frank Core:, whose
grandson, Michael Cere: Was-
sermon was bom Ian. 18 a:
Bell, Calif. He is the son of
Dr. cr.d Mrs. Herbert Wasser-
man. Mrs. Wasserman .s the
former Miss Florence Corel
Mrs. Cere: will return from a
visit to California this weekend
Sharing r:;::;:s a: :he fare
well brunch given by Mrs
Harry Dar.zirer fox her s:s:er- jr
in-low, Mrs Maurice Moss a:
and a membei of Sigma Del::: ''- S n-in-lau and
sorority ... Al e Ka-
Hc is of Mr. and Mrs. "' .
A. Parness and their
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Miss Wi ; ntl. eturned
daughei Sheila Rce, 3127 Y N. v
... r,.r. s:., are Mr. Parness ... R(
rare:::? Mi and Mrs. Morr:s | n and the Yiddish
rrness .: New York. Also Art Th< itn Sh. has also I
here ere Mrs. Pcrr.ess brother th the Cai n
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. :'": t Cl pel Hill. N.C.
rman and their daugh- '- : New York uni-
:er Evita ::crr. Havana Cuba e received her bachelor
Albert E. Smith, 1154 Biarritz :,nd was Pre*i-
BJE Slates First Meeting
First meeting of the year will
be held by the new board of di-
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education at 8 p.m. Thursday in
the Beach Y. according to A. P.
.-. executive director. Louis
H< man will preside.
Announcement of the tan.
ment of Miss Ele
Edgar Rivkin is made by hern
ents, Mr. and Mrs EmilZ r
6455 Indian Creek dr
is the son of Dr. and Mrs J
G. Rivkin, Brooklyn, NY
Miss Cohen attended
versity of Miami after gradus
from New York \
an of four years' Army
Mr. Rivkin is a graduate rfj
National Farm ,,;, g .
town. Pa.
The couple plans to retfc
Miami but no date has beai
lor their wedding.
Cub Scouts Organize
A new Cub Scout group w,
be organized at the Mias
4 p.m. today for bojn
the ages of 9 and 12 years X*
rice Grossman, executh
of the Y, will have charged;
group until a leader is chose:
weekend
the oelmar hotel .as: Thursday
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Mrs. Gus rrou, Mrs. Samuel commissionei :: Anti-Defa- She was grad-
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the Cadillac hotel are Nat Sachs
ana his family owners of the
Sachs Furniture company oi
Ifew York .
...... Orlando Rabbi Morris
Skop visited in Miami this week
""- sPke ::: 3 luncheon meet-
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*Jenisti Fhridian
PAGE THREE
1
$4,01)0 RAISED BY
L
Nearly $4.n()0 lias been raised
by the Jewish Labor committee
in Greater Miami, according to
C. J. Lichtenstcin, director of the
local drive which was launched
Monday night at a rally.
Principal speaker was Vladka,
heroine of the Warsaw ghetto,
who described the plight of the
Jews in Poland during the war.
S. Shrager of Pans, leader of
the French underground, will ad-
dress the next public gathering to
be spdnsored by the committee in
connection with its campaign.
The affair, to be held Feb. 16
at the Miami Beach Senior High
school, Will have Hertz Grosbard,
an actor, and Estelle Glazar, lyric
soprano, on the program.
Over 1,000 people attended
Monday night's rally at the Beach
gh, Joseph Duntov, chairman
the Greater Miami JLC unit,
ported. Dr. Louis Sadov open-
the meeting and Tom Bran-
representative of the Miami
was among the speakers.
Ml portion of the program
presented by Miss Sylvia
ice, opera singer, and Arthur
'olfson, Jewish folk singer, ac-
mpanied by Martha Reding,
Bl of whom volunteered
services.
a
Cohen's Betrothal
Texan Is Announced
Betrothal of Miss Frances Rose-
nond Cohen to Emanucl J. Smith
Dallas, Texas, is announced
lay by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen of the Dal-
las Park apartments.
The bride-elect, who recently
returned from a visit to Dallas,
attended Vanderbilt university in
Nashville, Tenn., and was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. She received her bach-
elor of science degree from the
University of Miami and did grad-
l work at the University of
J, Mexico City,
fiance, whose parents are
fr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of Dal-
las, is a graduate of Texas A. &
M.. A first lieutenant in the
Marine Corps paratroopers, he
served for four years in the Pa-
cific th|atn
"or the wedding will be
announced later.
Center Women Aid
Building Fund Drive
With a $75,000 goal to be raised,
the women's division of the Mi-
imi Beach Jewish Center build-
ing fund campaign will hold a
tea for workers on Wednesday
ifternoon at the home of Mrs. Ira
Walsey, 441 West 62nd st.
The women's unit officially
launched its drive with a tea last
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Sam Blank, 600 E. Di Lido dr.
Mrs. Isidore Newman, chairman
of direct solicitation, presided.
Addresses were delivered by Mrs.
Walsey, president of the Sister-
hood; Nat H. Hankoff, chairman
of the over-all campaign com-
mittee; Alfred Stone, chairman
if the campaign construction
committee, and Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Samuel Sloan, execu-
tive director of the Center, spoke
on the techniques and methods
of fund raising.
Leaders of the women's division
are Mrs. Walsey, honorary chair-
man; Mrs. Isidore Newman, Mrs.
Louis Berman, Mrs. Raymond Ru-
bin, Mrs. Harry Tupler and Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose, cochairman; Mrs.
Arthur S. Klein, secretary, and
Mrs. Samuel Friedland, treasurer.
Total goal in the campaign is
$250,000.
A R. IRON, METAL
& SALVAGE
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METALS and SALVAGE
WE DO HAULING
Behest Prices Paid for
AUTO WRECKS
.MACHINERY. Etc.
K N. W. 62nd St.
| Phone 7-0211
Kadimahs Inaugurate
Oneg Shabbat on Air
An "Oneg Shabbat of the Air"
will be inaugurated over radio
Station WKAT at 5:15 p.m. Satur-
day by the Kadimah chapter of
Pioneer Women's Organization,
according to Mrs. Albert H. Ber-
son, president.
The program will include Pales-
tinian melodies by Ruth Brot-
man, soprano, and Anyuta Meli-
cov, pianist. Round table dis-
cussions on Palestine and dis-
placed European children will be
a feature of the broadcast.
RENOWNED CANTOR
TO APPEAR HERE
Leibele Waldman, well-known
cantor and singer, will be pre-
sented by the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood at 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Center.
Cantor Waldman, who is 35
years old, started his career at
the age of six. A native of New
York, he has appeared in concerts
throughout the United States,
Canada, Europe and South Amer-
ica.
Besides giving the concert next
Thursday, Cantor Waldman will
be present at the Sabbath ser-
vices at the Center at 9 a.m.
Saturday, Feb. 8.
Tickets may be obtained from
Frieda Newman or Dora Gold-
berg or at the Center.
Miami Y Invites 10,000
To Building Ceremony
'I en thousand invitations are
being sent out by the Miami Y
for its cornerstone laying cere-
monies, according to Monte Selig,
chairman of the Feb. 23 event.
Presidents of Jewish organiza-
tions, rabbis and city, county and
state officials will be guests at
the exercises. A prominent na-
tional speaker will address the
gathering.
Army Patients Feted
More than 150 convalescent re-
turnees were entertained at a
party sponsored at the Pratt Gen-
eral hospital recently by Mrs. L.
Tuttman of the Cadillac hotel,
Miami Beach and Deal, N. J.
The party was preceded by a
program arranged by Anyuta
Melicov, pianist and director of
a Red Cross entertainment unit.
Included in the program were
several songs sung by Mrs. Tutt-
man in English and Spanish.
Rabbi Grauer to Speak
Rabbi Murray Grauer will rep-
resent the clergy of the Jewish
faith on an interfaith panel for
Hi-Y clubs at the YMCA at 7:30
p.m. Saturday.
Ministers of the Protestant and
Catholic denominations Will also
participate in the discussion.
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Potted, Ready to Bloom,
Shrubs. Etc.
Two Blocks West of
Le Jeune Road
4391 N. W. 12th Street
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Make a liberal contribution to-
day to the March of Dimes .
Give generously Give proudly
. Give thankfully. Mail all you
can spare simply to March of
Dimes, Miami.
Sorority to Discuss
Founders' Day Event
Plans for observing Founders'
day on March 17 will be dis-
cussed by Delta Phi Epsilon alum-
nae when the Theta chapter meets
for luncheon at 1 p.m. Saturday
in the Shell room of the Colonial
hotel.
Mrs. Ethel Gerson, president,
has invited alumnae of the soror-
ity who are visiting here to join
members of the chapter at the
luncheon.
Details of the chapter's local
social service project will be re-
vealed.
RAPHAEL'S ENDORSED
Raphael's hotel, 146 Washing-
ton ave., has' been officially en-
dorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad
Haskashrus and is now under the
Vaad's supervision, according to
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
rector of the Vaad.
Now is the time for all good
men, women and children to come
to the aid of those afflicted with
polio .
Burlesqued Ballet
To End Yiddish Night
Yiddish Night audience at Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school
Sunday, Feb. 9, will witness a
burlesqued ballet as the grand
finale with Milton Friedman do-
ing a solo.
Skits for the B'nai B'rith
Sholem lodge second annual per-
formance will include a school
room scene modelled after the
Gus Edwards skit with Ben Es-
sen, producer and director of the
show, as teacher. Abe Aronovitz,
Isaac Levin, Leo Ackerman, E.
Albert Pallot, Dorothy Kaplan
and Barney Spector will be his
prize pupils.
Essen and Marx Feinberg,
president of the Miami Opera
Guild chorus, will do a comical
operatic number and the "boy
meets girl" musical theme will
be provided by Friedman and
Florence Lovinger, who will fea-
ture well-known songs from
Yiddish shows.
The cemetery skit, a highlight
of last year's show, will be re-
peated with Eugene Weiss, Mau-
rice Grossman and Essen starred.
Numerous other skits will be en-
acted.
A solo by the Rev. Maurice
Mamches will highlight the mu-
sical part of the show. Mrs. Jos.
Schaffer is accompanist for the
production.
SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW
CHIROPRACTIC
PRESENTS ITS CASE
By C. W. WEIANT
Research Director
CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION
In The
Reader's Dig
FEBRUARY ISSUE
"Learn The Truth About Chiropractic"
Rehearsals to Begin
Rehearsals for the Beth David
musical show will get under way
Wednesday evening at the syna-
gogue's auditorium, according to
Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Slated for April 20 at the Mi-
ami Senior High school, the show
will have an all-local cast.
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T&mrBaLy
DESERVES
Foods
from the
PRESENTS
Cantor Leibele Waldman
Thursday Evening, February 6 8:00 P.M.
Saturday Morning, February 8 9:00 A.M.
AT
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
Tickets for Sale At
1415 Euclid Avenue
Combination Ticket S4.00
Concert Ticket $2.50
DR. ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL
DR. WM. M. SCHIEF
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
Babies like Heinz Strained
Carrotsrich in vitamin A
and the luscious flavor of
choice, tender carrots scien-
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and vacuum-
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look for the Mai of endorse-
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947
Jewish FhrMian
PAGE FIVE
E
Committees for the concert
which the Kadimah chapter is
planning were named Monday
evening at a board of directors
meeting held at the home of Mrs.
S. Braun, 1313 14th st.
Mario Braggiotti and Jack
Chaikin will present the concert
at Miami Edison High school on
March 3.
The following patrons were an-
nounced: Mr. and Mrs. Albert
H. Berson, Mrs. Celia Segal,
Hairy Albert, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Sootin, Mrs. Sam Seigal and Mrs.
David Washer.
Committee members include
Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, ticket
chairman; Ruth Brotman, pub-
licity, advance ticket sales, book-
keeping; Mrs. Gertrude Berson,
advance mail; Mrs. S. Braun, re-
membrance book; Mrs. Maurice
Coulton and Mrs. Albert Berson,
cochairmen of the committee for
patrons; Mrs. David Washer,
ticket booths; Mrs. F. Sandier,
captain of ushers; Mrs. H. Sootin
and Mrs. Sam Seigal, treasury de-
partment; Mrs. Leonard J. Gor-
don, social publicity.
Ticket booths will be located
at the Red Cross Drug Depart-
ment store, Burdine's, Amidon
Music co. in Miami and Coral
Cables, Associated stores, Miami
Beach Radio co., Princess de
Condi and El Encanto of Miami
Beach.
Braggiotti is the first serious
musician to bring humor to the
concert stage. He was formerly
teamed with Jacques Fray for
radio and concert tours, and has
appeared as soloist in symphonic
festivals in Rome, Florence and
Turin. Chaikin, a musical prod-
igy, has appeared in recitals and
as soloist with orchestras through-
out the eastern United States.
A reception following the con-
cert is being planned.
Proceeds of the concert will go
for the rehabilitation of those
European children who enter
Palestine from the displaced per-
sons camps. During the war
years the Pioneer Women's pro-
gram provided for more than
20.000 children annually. Among
the hundred thousand recom-
mended for immigration into Pal-
estine by the Anglo-American
commission, approximately 25,000
are children Who will come under
the care of the Pioneer Women's
child rescue program.
Evening Classes Announced
Registration is now open for
evening classes in accountancy at
the Peninsular Institute, 223 E.
Flagler st. Studies include funda-
mentals of accountancy and law
and statements, systems, partner-
ships and law.
Taft to Tell Assembly
U. S. Plans lor Relief
Charles P. Taft, chairman of
the State Department's Advisory
Committee on Voluntary Foreign
Aid, will be among the principal
speakers at the 15th annual Gen-
eral Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds which will take place in
Atlantic City, at the Ambassador
Hotel, from January 31 through
February 3.
Mr. Taft will speak on the plans
of the United States government
and inter-governmental agencies
to help in reconstruction and re-
lief in Europe, and the possibili-
ties of opening immigration op-
portunities to displaced persons to
the United States, Palestine and
other countries.
In addition to Mr. Taft, the 600
delegates from 268 communities
in the United States and Canada
will gather this week-end to hear
outstanding authorities in the
fields of economics, social wel-
fare, health, overseas needs and
Palestine, among them Dr. Isa-
dor Lubin, United States mem-
ber of the United States Eco-
nomic and Employment Commis-
sion and its Commission on De-
vastated Areas, who, his UN du-
ties permitting, will speak on fac-
tors involved in the European
Jewish problem, together with
Dr. Nathan Reich, formerly re-
search director for the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and now
head of the economics depart-
ment of Hunter College.
Directions in American Jewish
community organization will be
discussed by Ralph E. Samuel,
chairman of the New York Fed-
eration's Building Fund Commit-
tee, and Stanley C. Myers of Mi-
ami, president of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
To Become Bar Mitzva
LEGAL NOTICE
165 Scholars Arrive
NEW YORK, (JTA)A group
of 165 rabbis and yeshiva stu-
dents, survivors of rabbinical
seminaries in Poland, arrived this
week in San Francisco from
Shanghai where they were mar-
ooned during the war.
NOTICH 10 HHBBHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, SAMUEL, BLANK,
H F COYLE, ELIZAHKTH BLANK,
THERESA MILLER, HOSE BLANK
KltAMKIt, M A It I O N KHEHUNO,
MICH A El. BLANK and JEROME
BLANK, as co-partners doing busi-
ness under the flctltloUH name of K-A
DISTRIBUTORS, at 6H0 N. W. 13th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said fictitious name In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
H. F. COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MII.I.ER
ROBE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREIII.INIi
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
By LOUIS HEIMAN.
Attorney! for Applicants.
1/31 2/7-14-21-28
Jack Hartley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin A. Hartley, 4410
Sheridan ave., will become Bar
Mitzva during services at Temple
Beth Sholom Saturday morning.
Jack is a student at Ida M. Fisher
Junior High school. His parents
will be hosts at a buffet luncheon
at the Temple following the Sab-
bath morning services.
Strong Proof!
No one can deny
that this business is
one where the AS-
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1749 N. MIAMI AVE.
Miami'! Boprr ran Boom
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 16788
Re: Estate of HERBERT B. MOO-
MAW, deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE)
notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Herbert B. Moomaw, de-
ceased; and that on the 7th day of
February, 1947, I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Rlanton, County
Judge of Bade 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 dnv of January, 1947.
CORA M. MOOMAW.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Executrix,
1/24-31 2/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tho fictitious name of
HAPS MEN'S WEAR, at 178 W.
Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.. Intend
to-register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
AARON E. KREILICH
RONALD V. KENT
1,24-31 2-7-14-21
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145 S. W. 1st Street
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANITARY GROCERY & DELICA-
TESSEN, at 1410 8. W. th Street
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
MORRIS CENZAR.
Sole Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL. DELICATESSEN AND
RESTAURANT, at 1690 B. W. 8th St..
Intend to register said name with the
Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULIUS NADLER
ELLIS SAMESS
liKRTHA SAMESS
WILLIAM L. PALLOT,
Attorney for Applicant,
1214 Congress Uldg.
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.
361h St., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN.
Solo Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
II <'K 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
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
'"KAN CREEK APARTMENTS, at
-.97(1-5980 Indian Creek Drive. Miami
Beach, Fla., and intend t.. register the
said fictitious name in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL WEINER
I!HI.I.A WEINER.
Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli" undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TONYS RESTAURANT, intends to
register the said name with the Olerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TONY JACOVIDES
ALFRED KREISLER.
SIS Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney-at-Law.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
the restaurant business under the
fictitious name of BAHAMA, at 3890
N. W. Third Street, intend to register
aid name with tho Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL HYMAN
PHILIP R. WARSHAW
Cu-nartners.
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicant,
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH SHOPS, at
1415 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
NATHAN ZE1SEL.
Sole, Owner.
1/10-17-21-31
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tho fictitious name of
GLENMONT RADIO & APPLIANCE
CO. (not inc.), In the City of Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
IRVING .1. PLASKOFF
EDWARD H. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING
OU. (not inc.). at 2S29 S. W. Bird
Road, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with tho 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 are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
LABELLE 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
SUNSHINE CURB MARKET, at 300
S. W. Eighth Ave., Miami, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida. _
BENJAMIN NOTOVITZ.
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/3-10-17-24-31 _____
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BROOKLYN BEEF CO., at 3938 N. W.
17th Ave., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ARTHUR BOROK
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Arthur Borok,
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
(he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BLUEBIRD CLEANERS, at 1250 S W.
22nd Street (Coral Way), Miami, Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.____
ROBERT LEVINE __
JOSEPH HARRY KRISSEL
1/17-24-31 2/7 ____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PALACE BOWLING CENTER. 2610
N. W. 36th st.. Miami, Fla.. intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MACK COHAN
MURRAYGLACKMAN
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 of
PEPPER'S SURPLUS & SALVAGE,
at 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS PEPPER
FANNY PEPPER
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
1/10-17-24-31 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSE SUNDRIES, at :i S. W. 2nd
Ave.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK SAMET
ROSE H. SAMET
1/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
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.
1/10-17-84-31 S/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO., at 1415
N. E. 2nd Ave., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN ZEISEL.
Sole Owner.
V/10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EXCLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY, at
220 23rd Street, Miami Beach. Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Churt of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY BRENT
JOEL P. NEWMAN,
Attorney for
Excluer'3 'Ma. Agency.
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ZIONISTS SLATE
Issues of immediate concern
regarding Palestine will be dis-
cussed at a Town Hall forum to
be sponsored by the Miami Beach
Zionist district at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
The forum will be held in ob-
servance of Chamisha Osor
B'slivat, Jewish Arbor Day.
A symposium will be conducted
on the questions "Terrorism or
Patriotism?" "Palestine or Parti-
tion?" and "The London Confer-
enceFor Jew or Arab?"
Participants will be Abraham
Goodman, national treasurer of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica; Shepard Broad, chairman of
the Beach district's board of di-
rectors, and Jack Burris, presi-
dent of the district.
Special guest speaker will be
Sidney Flalow, former director
of Zeilsheim DP camp in Ger-
many. Dr. David S. Andron,
chairman of the district's mem-
bership drive, will serve as
moderator.
Problems considered by dele-
gates to the World Zionist Con-
gress in Switzerland will be em-
phasized by Goodman and Broad
who attended the parley.
Included in the program will
be Palestine selections sung by
Cantor Jacob Goldring of the
Center, accompanied by Joseph
Schreibman at the piano. Re-
freshments will be served.
The general public, as well as
members of the district and their
guests, are invited to attend.
Beach JWV Women Keep
Charter List Open
The recently organized Jewish
War Veterans ladies' auxiliary of
Miami Beach will keep its charter
open until Wednesday, according
to Mrs. Sol Jaffe, president, who
advises that women who join on
or before that date may become
charter members.
Mrs. Jaffe urges all eligible
women to join in order to carry
on the work of assisting disabled
war veterans and widows and or-
phans of deceased servicemen.
Mrs. Willard Bender, 1021
Fourth st., is accepting applica-
tions for membership. Next meet-
ing of the auxiliary will be at
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
American Legion home, 1828 Al-
I ton rd. ,^
CONGREGATION PLANS
HOLIDAY DANCE
Plans for a Purim ball are be-
ing completed by the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Congre-
gation which has scheduled the
event for March 2 at the AMVETS
club.
Mrs. Max Jacobskind is enter-
tainment chairman for the af-
fair.
Growth of the organization has
been reported by Mrs. Rose Ofso-
witz who is cochairman of the
membership committee with Sam-
uel Rosenblum.
Means of raising funds to con-
struct a building for the organi-
zation are being planned by Jack
Stone, chairman of the finance
committee.
Until the group has its own
building daily Hebrew classes are
held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the
Riverside school. Tne Sunday
school meets at the AMVET club.
Rabbi Simon April is in charge.
Miami Hadassah Plans
February Events
A full program for the month
of February has been planned by
the Miami group of Hadassah.
A special affair devoted to the
Jewish National Fund is sched-
uled for Tuesday evening, Feb.
17, at Temple Israel, with Dr.
David S. Andron as principal
speaker. The Greater Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus and Mrs.
Irving Genet, pianist, will be fea-
tured in the musical program.
Husbands of members are invited
to attend.
Second session of the discussion
group will be held at Beth David
auditorium Wednesday afternoon,
Feb. 12.
Fund raising for Hadassah pro-
jects is now being conducted by
Mrs. Martin Tower and her com-
mittee.
Dr. Harry E. Fry
Dr. Carleton Vaughan
DENTIST
Formerly Located at
7 East Flagler
Now In Their New Offices
2157 S.W. 13th Ave.
(Corner of Coral Way)
TELEPHONE 2-7215
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A Czechoslovakian concert star
who was imprisoned for seven
years by the Nazis has joined the
staff of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center as cantor, it was announc-
ed this week.
He is Cantor Jacob Yehudi
Goldring who has brought to
America unpublished music com-
posed by fellow artists who were
slain by the Nazis. He hopes to
perpetuate their memory by pre-
senting their music to the Ameri-
can public.
Cantor Goldring came here
from Chicago where he was can- trip to America less than a year
tor for the Aguduth Achim North ago, he was associated for a year
Shore congregation. Before his with the Alt-Neue Shule, oldest

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and largest synagogue in Prague.
Prior to the war, Cantor Gold-
ring performed oratories, gave
concerts and was a radio and
opera star. When the Germans
took Czechoslovakia in 1938, he
was taken to prison but was per-
mitted to conduct services until
1940 when he was sent to a con-
centration camp. In May, 1945.
he was freed from a camp near
Breslau by the Red Army after
imprisonment at Theresienstadt
and Auschwitz.
Cantor Goldring, who is 40, be-
gan his career at the age of eight
with a well-known Russian can-
tor with whom he remained un-
til his voice changed. Later he
was choir leader in several Czech-
oslovakian cities. He was gradu-
ated irom the Conservatory of
Prague and has studied in a pri-
vate school of modern liturgical
music.
Growth of Federation
Shown in Honor Roll
In eight years of charitable
fund-raising since 1939, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has increased its annual appeal
ten-fold, it was revealed this
week with the publication of the
organization's "Honor Roll." In
1939, Federation raised $82,745.
Last year, the Jewish commu-
nity contributed the largest sum
in its history$831,060to the
agencies for which the Federa-
tion conducts its yearly drive.
Copies of the Honor Roll were
mailed to Federation contributors
this week, listing the names of
more than 5,000 >vho donated to
last year's Combjned Jewish Ap-
peal. That figure also has shown
remarkable growth since 1939.
when only 1,631 donors were
listed.
In addition to describing the
work of Federation, and listing
the names of key workers in last
year's drive, the Honor Roll lists
the 60 local, national and inter-
national philanthropic beneficiary
agencies.
BOXING
Thursday. February 6
TIME8:45 P.M.
Dorsey Park Arena
N. W. 17th St. and 1st Ave.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Featuring World's No. 1 Heavyweight Contender
Elmer Ray < Georgie Parks
HASTINGS. FLORIDA
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FOUR OTHER BOUTS BATTLE ROYAL
SPECIAL SECTION FOR
WHITE FANS!
Free Parking Inside Arena!
Benefit John Griffin Post
No. 165
WILLIE SLATER, Promoter
151 N. W. 7th Street
Buy Advance Tickets At:
SAM'S. NEWS STAND
N.E. 1st AvV Phone 3-1236
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
N.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-5374
SMITTY'S NEWS SUNDRY SHOP
722 N.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 9-4174
JACK EHRLICH
1044 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-4637
HODGES PLACE
N.W. 20th St. and 3rd Ave.
MILLERS PLACE
542 N.W. 17th St. Phone 2-0177
LIORENE FRUIT SHIPPERS
2028 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 58-1337
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January 3rd, 1947
The Management of
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
Announces
An Advance in Prices of Single Graves
and Family Plots
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1947
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
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Dedicati hi
now stru '
Beth TfUi bn e"s
uled tor Sun lay after
Sundav school children of 33. Exercises will
OrSS-MiSan givinj thai, synaa K E.......-- at
share to the Mt Sinai hospital 2:30 p.rn
ca....., .- :.....T. K.-:en Ami Prominent mn
Sf My P, pie" accord-
fog tc a P Gannes executive ami have been invited 1 I
director of the Bureau of Jewish pate.
SJI^ai Dr. David S Andi n will s
sssas
also planning t.....I the hospital ^ WM
In
conti
t
children from their gen- ^^^
era', char::y fur. a. ....'. ra:r.g l<
ertu iiuuiij .........'""" --.. ......-- its
Max Meisel A special collection th<
of $13 has been donated bj class Nusach Sfard."
nine of um remple, at said A?s ,...__ .._ arrangements I
Through Keren Ami. local Sun- .:.0 dedicati n arc I ard
daj sch( I children set i sid< s -. rongregat n i
money foi v......s Jewish causes, ..^ i .. ;; nstein. Mr. Bud
se i grj si study The Abraham C hen Mr Farbor, I
Greater M ,-ish Federation p, aum. E L Gartei
the Jewish Nati nal Fund and g Na-
othei saretol nefit fr< \: -. gan. A
future Keren Ami activities .._.... K -.. K i --
Cannes sa 3 Rapj apori
David S M
- Stav ..... &
Council Women to Hear h_ ^
Advisor to Eisenhower f Weiler. L
Lt C : :..: N-adich 1 ne. ] : : S
Miami.<> '
secti n.Xai Jew. and J. S. Rubm. secretar;
ish Womer -----------------------------
BALKIN ELECTED
Counc.'. at : | nes laj at Gillrt J Balkin field e]
Kaplan hall of Tempi. Isri sentatm I th Floi
Mrs M nt Selig. n I "
Uw serv,c< i th< : rt gn
department
meVting Oie newly formed 1
n t .....
Jar -* *^H a^Bk sbV A 1*fl bW 7al
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W*yt^mml
JmrnM
WLlWSSKM
Gables Group to Hear
University Dean
\ talk on education by the
. an of the
I n. Dr. Cn
R Post

Cent. Sunday at the
Hillel house. Sam Silver will
. Je.
Nev est ] I f the Cenl
hildren
I p m each
Thursday at tl tiai pool.
Mrs A E : II -:: '
the class.
X, planned by
the C. '
dance Feb 15 at the Coral Gables
v. an's club.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 194)
NATIONAL PRESIDEN?
TO ATTEND LUNCHEON
Final plans for their donor
luncheon will be discussed b
members of the Greater Miami
chapter, National Home for Jew.
ish Children at Denver, at a regu"
lar meeting at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Samuel Tun
ick. 2301 S. W. 21st st.
Mrs. Fanny Lorber. president
of the national home in Denver
for the past 40 .. jjj ^
guest of honor at the donor af.
fair which is to be held at the
Copa Cabana Feb. 25 The all.
star show will entertain.
Following the short business
meeting Tuesday a card parry
will be held.

- Mi yi : Forer are
ng thi me in Miami
ing th<.. n trip
to Nassau '-' held open
nds Sunday
aftt n :. Tl is the for-
mi r Ida Engl< r, Miami's first
mai
JWV Convention to Get
Beach Invitation
1: national
Jewish War Veterans convention
Mian ; B I Septem-
ber, Harry Adams, commander of
the Miami Beach JWV post, will
go to Cleveland next Thu
I 1 infer with convention com-
mits- ers
Adams h ived word
of his appoint:
I deputy aide of JWV. He is the
! first Floridian to U s 1 hon
CEMETERY
The only family plot of I
! sixteen graves located in
I the Jewish section of Wood-
I lawn Park Cemetery now
available for resale.
Call
H. SIMONS
Phone 2-3151
Melava-Malka Planned
e Yeshivath Chach-
f Detroit a Melava- ,
h< Id on Saturday
15. at the Para-,
mit restaurant, 411 Washing-
n a ultural program
Tickets are
. I $5 per person.
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-Jewish fhriJicin
PAGE NINE
PLAN HOSPITAL DINNERS
Organizational meeting of the
tiiii'i Business and Professional
linen's division of Hadassah
be held at the home of Miss
jye Echtenthal, 1113 S.W. 13th
[at B:30 p.m. Monday,
rhe division was formed at a
a] meeting attended by ap-
Lcimately 40 women Wednes-
evening, Jan. 22, at the home
Miss Ethel Weinstein, 2368
16th ter., who was named
Iporary president.
Khet temporary officers are
Supine Diamond, treasurer,
Mrs. Lillian Schubb, secrc-
k Mrs. Louis Wine was named
Hicity chairman. Mrs. Benja-
Levitin of the Miami group
hadassah was appointed sen-
advisor to the group.
}uest speaker was Mrs. Abra-
Goowman, president of the
li!:i Beach group of Hadassah,
described the World Zionist
kgress which she attended and
Ik' 'n the history and aceom-
lhments of Hadassah. Mrs. Mil-
Sirkin, former senior aaVisor
|th, Miami Beach BPW divi-
spoke on political Zionism,
.iso present was Miss Frances
bpcr. president of the Miami!
|ch BPW. Mrs. Jean Van Dan.
Juate of the Emerson drama-
hchool, presented a skit,
flic meeting next Monday is
In to all women interested in
piim the new division.
fhis brings to five the number
ladassah organizations in the
all Miami and Miami
kch groups of Senior Hadas-
the Beach BPW division and
IGreater Miami Unit of Junior
lassah already in existance.
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OPEN 7 DAYS
Details of 40 dinners in 28 days are being handled by the
three men pictured above. Sponsors oi the dinners and dinner-
shows are leading ocean-front hotels who will entertain their
guests for the benefit of the Mount Sinai hospital building fund
acmpaign. (L. to r.) Herbert Schwarz. men's committee; Wil-
liam W. Shayne, entertainment, and Alvin Cassel. speakers.
RED CROSS MOBILIZES PROBING PREJUDICES
RESIDENTIAL CANVASS TO BE AJC TOPIC
kapiro Advises Youth
IQualities for American Youtli
Possess m Present Day World
tans' were outlined by Harold!
Bpiro, Miami Beach attorney,
meeting of the Emanon club
Wednesday.
th ipiro stressed the need for
igious education and advised
jng people to be "wisely dis-
lisfied."
[Wise dissatisfaction is the mo-
le power which causes individ-
lifc and universal life to prog-
|8," he declared.
Ie advised young people not
Hear enemies of democracy but
(bring them into the open with
spotlight of publicity.
Teed for unity on the part of
democracy-loving youth was
stressed by Shapiro.
slice Chief to Speak
(Crime Problems of Greater
ami' will be discussed by Chief
I Police Frank Mitchell at the
Icheon meeting of B'nai B'rith
Diem lodge, 12:15 p.m. today,
lording to Burnett Roth, chair-
FJ of the luncheon committee.
"Vcikly luncheons are sponsor-
|'|V the lodge at the Downtown
V> restaurant, Seybold bldg.
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220 OCEAN DRIVE
ilAMI BEACH
At a recent luncheon meeting
of Dade county chapter, Ameri-
can Red Cross campaign leaders,
area chairmen of the residential
division received preliminary in-
structions for organizing workers
for the house-to-house canvass
beginning March 1.
Mrs. C. H. Reeder, residential
division chairman, expressed
hope that with adequate workers
the chapter should meet its quota
of $301,000 within the first three
weeks of March.
Also addressing the meeting
was II. II. Ilyinan, campaign
chairman, who explained that --
pi Ci nt of the quota would be
sent to National Red Cross head-
quarters as Dade county's share
of service to armies of occupation
and the sick and wounded in hos-
pitals here and overseas.
With 2.000.000 men and wom-
en still in the armed forces, he
pointed out. Red Cross must con-
tinue to provide troops at home
and overseas with morale-build-
ing services. Also, personnel and
activities must be maintained in
the 7!) hospitals here and abroad,
as well as in the 282 Red Cross
clubs.
Of the remaining quota to be
used here, more than 50 per cent
will be spent in the home serv-
ice division which last year serv-
ed an average of 70 families a day
atotal of 25,227 urgent cases.
Besides this work, mostly for
servicemen and veterans, it will
be necessary to carry on the 21
other departments of the local
Red Cross chapter.
*p?.i7>*n *St* ffif WLV
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. Sth St.
Phone 2-7439
"Probing Our Prejudices" will
be the topic of the second in a
series conducted by Miss Malvina
Weiss for the Miami Beach Wom-
en's division of the American
Jewish Congress.
The session will be held at 8:15
p.m. Wednesday at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and will be
open to the public free of charge.
The series of study groups is
keyed toward better human rela-
tions. Miss Weiss, education
chairman for AJC, and Mrs. Clar-
ence Cohn, cochairman, are in
charge.
Miss Weiss is assistant princi-
pal of Central Beach Elementary
school and has studied intercul-
tural education at Harvard uni-'
versity on a scholarship.
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SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" ^*-
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TEMPLE SISTERHOOD
TO MARK BIRTHDAY
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Family Reunion Marks
Golden Anniversary
FRIDAY, JANUARY
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5C OTHERS MAY WALK
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Stan .-.:. Qoal'rj
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Holds Installation
(Special to The Jewiffa Floridtan)
Hi .I.LVVVOOD. Fla.-Bcfore a
SSP2
.llation of off.cers re-
cently.
Edmund I Kaufmann national
man of the United Jewish
a initial gift" committee.
prin< ipal speaker.
Paul Epstein, president of the
Ft ,_ B'nai B'rith. open-!
ed the ceremonies. He was fol-
| by Milton A. Friedman of
.. who introduced the B'nai'
: i
. Kapner of Palm Beach.
president of B'nai B'rith. de-
ith of office to Irv-
,,n. president; Morris C
, and Dr. H Seiden, vice
J Golden.
Irving Zuckerman, re-
etary; Ira Lieberman.
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And Rabbi Max Kaufman.
W. war-
ill Max
Mansar, Dr. K. C
tste.
Ben. lict I blessings were
Rabbi David Raab
: Ft. L d Rabbi Kauf-
I H llywood.
A buffet supper was served
wee followed.
HONORED
DR. RAND
Election of ID, Harold"^
a fellow in the American^'
of Allergy and a mom^
American Academy 0f
was announced this week.'
Dr. Rand, who hmi fo
tice to intern.,: medidnTl-
lcrgy. moved ,;lJ"
to the 515 Venetian wa*'
owned by him. Dr. Albert.
thai and Dr. G. rge LlsJ"
A member i : the first a*,
unit to land in the pJ2
during the war. Dr. Rand\T
ed the bronzi star while
Army.
Forum to Hold Revie |
"Beloved Friend.'' by Caty
Bowen. will ,,d^
ward Clarke at the Spa^'fl
urn. 124 11th st. 3.30 pm <
day.
Other sessi.n-- -f the fonaaj
held on M .- Tueita
Thursday evei
STRICTLY KOSHER
Double Rooms and Board
GOOD LOCATION
REASOSABLE PRICES
Aljo Reservation for Dinner
S. SVtLIN & SONS
1348 S W. 2nd Street
Phone 3-7539
FOR REAL (REEL) FISH
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DAY or WEEK
Everything Furnish*
Meals Included
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IftY, JANUARY 31, 1947
+Jenlsti Flcrld/lan
PAGE ELEVEN
XiAzcloAy, o 9AtaleJi Miami
HouleAoft WxyJUJhlp
ORTHODOX
IONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave
fen Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D Feder
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum at
T Abe Loskove, regional director in Germany for the Joint
ribulion Committee, Who recently returned from Europe will
best speaker. His subject will be: "What I Saw in Germany "
May morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Meyer Fried will be
j speaker. His topic will be "A Song At Sea." Intermediate
Ices. 9 a.m., under the supervision of the Board of Education
Li congregation at 10 under the supervision of Max Bertman of
faculty. Kiddish served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph
fcier and a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 pm with
feedman in charge. Mincha at 5:30, followed by Shalos Sudos
bi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at
|ETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
ackovsky.
riday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday
frninyon, 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will
Jc. Mincha, 5^0 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi
discuss the portion of the week. Daily services at 7 and 8 am
Ved by a class in Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., lollowea
[class in Jewish laws and customs.
^IAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
jl.alns Shabbos, 5:30 p.m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 pm
3: Grauer will speak on "RooseveltIs He A Legend?" Satur-
tnorning services, 8:30 o'clock. The rabbi will preach on "Song
fctory." Junior service, 10:45 a.m. Wilma Shulman will speak
lie portion of the week. Mincha, 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Sunday morning breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Mrs. Fred Ochs will
hostess.
CONSERVATIVE
CNGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami.
|i Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
ate Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and
r Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the
tion of Louis Powesky. Guest speaker will be Sidney Flatow,
\.\ director of DP camps in Europe, who served for more than
ir at Zeilshcin, Germany, and was instrumental in saving the
h Army home for over 150 orphans. He will discuss the dis-
persons of Europe. Following the services Mr. and Mrs.
August will be hosts at a reception in gratitude for the recent
|ery of Mr. August. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. This Sabbath
awn as the "Sabbath of Songs." Rabbi Shapiro will speak on
lew Note." Students' services, 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva break-
blub sponsored by P.T.A. Sunday at 8:45 a.m.
IAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid are., Miami
Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Sloan, executive director;
or Jacob Y. Goldring.
fiilay evening service, 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services,
pin Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "AkibaSymbol of Mar-
|m." This will be the second in a series of three lectures on
Its of Israel." Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the ser-
asisted by the choir. Saturday morning service, 9 a.m. The
will preach on the weekly portion of the law. AZA-BBG-Bar
\a breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday.
LIBERAL
SIMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach.
riday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on
plotters." This will be the third in a series of six sermons on
K>ntrihution of Judaism and Democracy to a free world. It
leal with John Roy Carlson's recent best-seller, Samuel Tenen-
fs "Why Men Hate" and the birthday of the late President
klin Delano Roosevelt. Saturday morning service, 10:45 a.m.
Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartley, will become Bar
la. Cantor Kclemer will render the musical portions at all
fes.
REFORM
fMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
nan. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Ibhatli evening services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
let the services and speak on "The Short Way Leads to the
lof the Philistines." Rabbi Samuel J. Levinson of Beth Emeth
Kgation, Flatbush, N. Y., will deliver the benediction. A
IJOod reception will be held after the services with the follow-
immittee acting as hostesses: Mrs. L. Fisher, Mrs. Bernard
Mis Arnold Simon, Mrs. Wm. Lehman, Mrs. Stuart Gordon.
iSidney Aronowitz, Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and Mrs. Adolph
ft liner, refreshments chairman. Mrs. S. Goldstein will light the
Ith Candles. Sabbath morning services, 11 a.m.
CMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
I David Raab.
day evening services, 8 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mr. Ed-
I Kaufmann of Washington and Hollywood who will speak
c subject: "The JewReligion or Race." Mr. Kaufmann is
If the outstanding Jewish leaders of the country, a former
lent of the Zionist Organization of America and present na-
I chairman of the initial gift committee of the United Jewish
II Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and introduce the
I speaker who is a member of the Temple. A reception in
^of Mr. Kaufmann will follow the service. The public is
to attend.
Obituaries
PERSE
iHldorn F. Parse, ii, ilioii Monday
morning at his home, 4444 Nautilus
'ii'., Miami Beach. Funeral services
wore hi-lil in the. Iteach Memorial
Dome, which sent the body 1" New
cork for burial. Mr. Perse, a retired
motion picture operator, came ti> the
"ami district 8|x years .,go- HesldeM
his wife, Mrs. KiiiiiiU- perse, lie leaves
two sons, Uenjamln and Harvey; two
daughters, Mrs. Jean I,lpnmn and
Mrs. Alice Gold; four brothers, Mau-
rice, .lark II,,k and Sidney, and two
sisters, all of New York.
HORWITZ
Samuel Horwlts, Bfi, died last
I Inns.lay in his home, 17M S W
It SX?,\, Hp ls survived by his.wife,
Mrs. Mildred Horwlts, one son and a
daughter. Cordon Funeral home
helped arrange for services in New
\ork city.
SEVIN
.simon Sevin, :,7, of 1284 Pennsyl-
vania ave., Miami Ileach. died Sun-
day in a hospital after a brief Illness.
He cam., from Chicago four years
ago and had licen In the real estate
business here. He leaves his wife.
Mrs May Sevin. Miami Ileach. and
two brothers and a sister in Chicago
i he body as sent to Chicago by
burial Puner*' '"""e for -''vices and
,,_ LEVINSON
Tho 3-dny-old daughter of Mr. and
ST?". Harold Levinson, 1894 N. \v
ihird st did Saturday in a hos-
pital. Cordon Funeral home super-
vised burial.
WIENER
Sydell Sandra Wiener, six-year-old
laughter f Mr. and Mrs. I
Wiener. 1877 N. W. (8th
last Friday in a hospital.
yman
St., died
Bni
............ ., n.ispnai. Miie came
to Miami three years ago fi Suf-
K '. V s',','vi,'s were at Palmer
Funeral chapel. Burial was in Mi
Mnai cemetery.
.. SINGER
.i i ,".?'''',64' "f T:l:; Mlenle-an ave.,
died at Miami Beach .Ian. 82. owner
of the Independent Taxi Cab company
he had resided here for the past 23
years, coming from New York, He
Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Uussle
singer, of Miami Ileach; a son, Ber-
nard, and a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia
CUlkls. both of New York. The I.....y
was sent to New rork for services and
bu^aJ by the Riverside Memorial
., LEVINSKY
Mrs. Ella l.evinsky, 88, died last
Wednesday in her home a I 1 ,;: N W
h-u.'.i'T" iSh,e '"rvlved by her hus-
'.in.i, Jacob Levlnsky; four sons, and
three daughters, ncludlns Mrs. Sarah
Rubin. Miami. Cordon Funeral home
helped arrange services in Chicago,
TENENBAUM
i-uncial services for Leslie Tenen-
baum,Miami iteach ,,ai estate broker,
were held Wednesday morning in the
Beach Memorial chapel. The body
was sent tO Atlantic City for burlsj
renenbaum died Friday night from .
heart attack while en route to Cuba for
the week-end on the
winter visitor here f.
SB Florida. A
- several years,
he made Miami Beach his permanent
home In ism:,. He lived at 2851 Sheri-
dan ave.
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New Haganah Boys' Club.1
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Officers of the recently organ-'
izid Hagannah Boys' club of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom will be installed
at the Temple social hall Satur-
day evening.
Electees are Ronald Ansin,
president; Elliot Simons, vice
president; Daniel Miller, secre-
tary; Gary Gerson, treasurer;
Lawrence Mamlet, parliamentary|
an, and Bertram Goldstrieh, ser-
geant-at-arms.
Guest speakers will be Harold
Shapiro, chairman of the Greater
Miami Young Judaea Leaders
Council, and Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
program. A "March of Time" film
on Palestine will be shown and
refreshments will follow.
Adult advisors to the club are
Abe Weiss and Rosalyn Drosd.
The organization is planning an
active cultural, social and athletic
program.
Plans Are Completed
For Annual Luncheon
Plans have been completed for
the annual Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood luncheon to be held
Feb. 19 at the Copa Cabana.
A gala program of entertain-
ment will be presented and early
reservations are suggested, ac-
cording to Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
president.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs. Dorothy Harris. Mrs. Abe
Blatt and Mrs. M. J. Maurer, or
at the Temple office.
State Cancer Society
Appoints Dr. Levin
Dr. Alfred G. Levin of Miami
is one of four Florida doctors
who have accepted appointment
on the board of directors of the
Florida division, American Can-
cer Society, according to Mrs.
Clyde A. Epperson, Dade county
commander.
Dr. Levin is chairman of the
cancer control committee of the
Dade county Medical association
and chairman of the medical ad-
visory committee of the Dade
county unit, American Cancer
Society.
He was elected to the board in
recognition of his individual ef-
forts in the fight on cancer in
Florida.
Similarly honored were Dr.
Waxey Dell of Gainesville, Dr.
Hugh Reeves of Sarasota and Dr.
W. C. Cumner of Jacksonville.
The American Cancer Society
maintains an information center
at 936 Ingraham bldg. to dis-
seminate information on cancer
and carry on the concentrated
educational program on this dis-
ease.
Mrs. Epperson addressed a
meeting of the Miami Beach
American Jewish Congress Mon-
day afternoon and many of the
175 wome npresent volunteered
their services in the fight on
cancer.
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FRIDAY, JANUABv
County Chairman Makes
Final Appeal for Dimes
A final plea to Dado countians
who have not yet contnbued to
give generously to the March of
Dimes Campaign which ends to-
day has been issued by Judge
George E. Holt, county chairman
"We are far short of the $300.-
000 goal." said Judge Holt, 'de-
spite the response made by stu-
dents in filling coin cards with
dimes. Every business institution
in Dade county should make a
Orlando Greyhounds
Set for Nursery Stake
A trio of Orlando kennel club
greyhounds have been enti
in the HUT Wesl > lenne
club Nursery Slake, w
get under way Feb. 10 at the
ide oval.
The Orlai f,';'
the annual classic wen Mai
Bigwig and Bicyclist, all owne
by the Otl Ken-
nel.
With the mi
to all dog trai ks in
CELEBRATES 86TH BIRTHDAY
contribution to this fund, so that tJw f
we may build a financial bulwark against future ravages of polio nj pitch. The N
and continue treatment of those I h ......
already afflicted. uveniles in
"Polio is public enemy number ().
one of American homes. It strikes jt{ ., v ,_
suddenly and without warning Rf)b BeU a briliianl -.. i-
and without regard to poison, ,,
Polio is at war against all the .. ln. j w r ,
children of America and every|Who ,,. _.,,
child in every Dade count'.
ily is always in danger of being rj;m
... .
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To Study Three Aui
HwxL P-n.skn-and ^
arc the authors who* i
bo studied clur
work,,
stricken. The March of Di:;
the one and onlv instrument cn-
Mrs. Emma Meyer enjoyed her 85th birthday celebration so
much last year at the Colonial Inn that her son, Sidney Meyer,
entertained the family at a party there again this year for
his mothei's 86th birthday. ________
gaged in fighting polio and treat- Fa -., f president
jng stricken youngsters, regard- \ gl &]
&
ncls won the
v. [Next
less of race, creed, color or finan-
cial status.
"As a precaution against ;
children being stricken and so
that we may be prepare It
them if they arc. I make this last c. T ..
appeal to the people of Dad. atephan U. Leilerts
county to rously. pi.....I- Reside at Miami Beach
ly and thankfully. C
be made payable to and 11 Making 1
simply to March of Dimes, Mi- Ste] n C.
ami. Florida."
Shirl
Hebrew Speaking Group
To Celebrate Holiday
v o!
Mrs, : ha Osor
ith I.'Tar-
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hold party at the I ime of P.
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ton ave.
Rel nts will bi
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UNVEILINGS
Frier. I
ntly.
Scene of I
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the unveiling of a monument to law and sisl .!.- Hen-
perpetuate tl 1825 1
late Mrs, Szeindla Lib :: plan offi-
Englander. The c< i nies will ati I. A
y in Ml ny.
Sinai i eti y, N W I37tl st. at are Mr. ai
10th ave., wit Max S
ting.
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Two other children, M
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IIDAY, JANUARY 31. 1947
+Jewlst fhriclicin
PAGE THIRTEEN
ILDREN AT CARDIAC HIE ENJOY HEBREW LESSONS
A. P. Gannes, director of the
urcau of Jewish Education
most interesting and amaz-
fexperiment in Jewish educa-
is being conducted by the
:iu of Jewish Education at
| irdiac Home. It is thrilling
it the children to see how
erly and hungrily they study
Bible, Jewish history, He-
and the festivals. Their
Itive and joyous attitude is
rwhelming; their enthusiasm
bontagious.
[visited the classes last Wed-
jay and watched the child-
Is faces and listened to their
Vr questions and answers. I
with a feeling that what
were doing was vital to
i. I felt that this joyous ex-
ence of studying our rich
jral heritage would be help-
ko the children and to those in
fge of the home, whose chief
re is to see that these young-
get well as soon as possible,
[came away strengthened in
conviction that a fortified in-
Istrcngth will help make more
llesome and better human be-
As I watched these young-
k. my understanding of the
pm "Not By Bread Alone
Man Live" deepened. Mind
I body are part of the same or-
|c whole. Spiritual and cul-
health is an integral part
Din's physical being. While
under certain circumstances man's
physical being must be given spe-
cial care, as in the case of these
children, the spiritual demands-
conscious or unconsciouscannot
be neglected.
Among the children were those
who had no Jewish education at
all, those who had a minimum,
and several who had attended in-
tensive schools in the north.
Without exception all awaited
the meeting of the classes eagerly
and their affection for their
teacher, Miss Dorothy Lightman,
was boundless. I left with their
"Shalom Mr. Gannes" ringing in
my ears; it made me feel warm
inside.
For three years now, the
Bureau of Jewish Education
has been conducting these
classes for Jewish children at
the National Cardiac Home on
West Flagler street. Classes are
voluntary. No child is compelled
to attend. Naturally the health
of the children is of primary
importance and nothing shall
be done to jeopardise their
health.
Our objective is to give these
children pleasurable experience
in introducing them to our rich
cultural heritage. Our experience
has been amazing; the attendance
of the children has been willing
and regular. They look forward
to the two hours on Monday and
Wednesday afternoons. After the
first year without any effort on
our part a number of children
asked for Hebrew. They want to
have a reading knowledge of the
language. This was arranged and
now those who desire to study the
language do so. The children read
their assignments regularly, make
reports, prepare scrap books, etc.
On Chanukah and other holidays,
celebrations are arranged for
them.
The cooperation of those in
charge of the home has been in-
valuable. Without the sympathy
and assistance of Charles Tobin,
former president; Harry Safer,
the present president; Mrs. Ja-
cobs, executive secretary; Mrs.
Rose Gallow, Mrs. C. Baum, and
others, the experiment would be
impossible. Dr. Hernandez, the
home physician, has encouraged
the development and the continu-
ance of the project. He realizes
that the spiritual value derived
from these studies will have direct
beneficial bearing upon the child-
rens' physical well-being.
My visit was a most pleasant
one. It is not in my province to
discuss the Cardiac Home gener-
ally, yet I cannot refrain from
saying that I found all the child-
ren, bedridden and otherwise,
cheerful and happy. Would not
that be a good criterion for judg-
ing the success of a worth-while
project?
>f Florida Starts
m Training Program
lAINESVILLE, Jan. 30.
ling for citizenship of ap-
Hrnately 29,000 alien residents
Florida will be started this
h by the general extension
kion of the University of
ki>: and Florida State College
] Women in a program co-
ired by the American Leg-
I Department of Florida,
pder the program, which has
indorsed by the immigra-
and naturalization service,
materials supplied by the
Ice. the extension division will
|ui't classes and home study
Sis. Local Legion posts will
pde instructors and facilities
ci and Legionnaires will
illed upon as helpers for can-
les for naturalization who
II in home study courses.
!>ile not a requisite to nat-
ation, the courses are de-
to aid aliens in under-
ling more thoroughly and
TAYLOR-PERELMAN
Newly weds Donald Shaw Tay-
lor and his bride, the former Miss
Nina Ruth Perelman are residing
at the Albion hotel, Miami Beach,
following their Jan. 5 wedding at
Temple Beth Sholom. A recep-
tion and dinner at the Belmar
hotel followed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Perel-
man, Philadelphia, and her hus-
band is the son of Abe Taylor,
Miami Beach and Atlantic City,
N. J.
more rapidly the American sys-
tem of government and to facili-
tate passage of examinations re-
quired for naturalization.
Frank T. Adams, specialist in
political science and government
and acting head of the division's
department of Americanism and
citizenship training, will direct
the program.
The American Legion has made
this a major phase of its Ameri-
canism program.
m Emergency Call
from the
icred Institution
of Learning
[eshivath Chachmey Lublin
OF DETROIT
iBBI JACOB HOBERMAN of Congregation Beth Itzchock
[Detroit and Rabbi M. A. Kamien, recently arrived from
ighai, are now here to raise funds for the benefit of
Yeshivath Chachmey Lublin.
BBI M. ROTHENBERG. dean of the Yeshivath. appeals to
i rabbis of the city, presidents of the synagogues and to
| tourists now in Greater Miami to encourage them and to
te donations since the situation is very critical.
CHECK6 MAY BE MAILED TO:
YESHIVATH CHACHMEY LUBLIN
Care of Rabbi J. Hoberman
P. Q. Box 1383 Miami leach, Florida
All Contribution* Will Be Gratefully Acknowledged
Broad to Address Brunch
Of CJA Lawyers Group
Shepard Broad, chairman of the
Miami Beach Zionist district
board and delegate to the World
Zionist Congress at Basle, Switz-
erland, will be the chief speaker
at a breakfast meeting Sunday at
the White House hotel, for the
lawyers* division of the 1947
Greater Miami Combined Jewish
Appeal. Broad, a Miami Beach
attorney, will report on his ex-
periences at the Congress and
current Zionist problems.
E. Max Goldstein of Miami
Beach is chairman of the law-
yers' division of the $1,309,741
campaign. Members of the spon-
soring committee for Sunday's
affair are Harold Spaet, Roland
Granat, Nathaniel Klein, Ben
Cohen and David P. Catsman.
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NEXT HOLIDAY IS NEW YEAR'S DAY FOR TREES
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
What is "Chamisha Osor B'shvat" (occurring this year on Wednes-
day. Feb. 5)?
According to the Talmud (Rosh Hashonoh) this day is the New
Year's Day for trees. The celebration of such a day is indicative
of the profound respect Judaism gives to God's creations in nature.
Even the trees deserve special dedication for their beauty and
nourishment. Among some Jews special prayers are recited on
this day. The day is generally characterized as the Jewish Arbor
Day. To commemorate it Jews eat special fruits (mainly Palestin-
ian) and plant trees in Palestine.
Why is this particular Sabbath called "Shabbos Shira?"
Because the portion of the Law is read in which is contained
the song of Moses which the Jews sang after attaining their freedom
from Egypt and miraculously crossing the Red Sea. This song is
called the "Shira" and so the Sabbath is dedicated as "Shabbos
Shira."
Why is it customary to throw crumbs to the birds on this particular
Sabbath?
It is in this week's portion that the feeding of the Jews with
"Manna" is described. The Jews are compared to the birds who
have only to reach out for the crumbs that are thrown to them by
God. Watching the birds feed on the crumbs would then serve as
a striking reminder of our desert days when we were so mirac-
ulously sustained. Another reason is related to the narrative in the
Yalkut. After hearing Moses announce that there would be no
"Manna" on the Sabbath, two despots, Dasas and Aviram went
to the trouble of spreading "Manna" on the fields Friday evening
so as to upset Moses' prophecy. By -a miracle, the birds chanced
upon the scene and consumed all the "Manna" that the two "sabo-
teurs" had prepared. In reward to the birds, who averted a crisis
which would have disrupted the unity of Israel, a special point is
made to feed them crumbs on this Sabbath where it is mentioned
that the Jews went out to look for the "Manna" on the Sabbath and
"did not find it."
JEWISH PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER
LODGE No. 192
presents
An Evening of
JEWISH SONG. MUSIC
and DRAMA
DEBORAH
ROSENBLUM
and
NOCHOM
MELNICK
Prominent Yiddish Artists
of the Argentine
ELI
MINTZ
Comedian
LEON
MALAMUT
Concertina Player
Program
A one act dramatization of
"Benyomen der dritter" by Men-
dele Moisher Sforim. "pioneer of
Yiddish literature."
"Kapores." by the famous Jew-
ish humorist, Sholom Aleichem.
"March of the Martyrs," by the
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FRIDAY, JANUARY
Three to Entertain At
Banquet for Diplomat
Hilda Kosta, Turkish contralto,
and Louise Wilkens, pianist of the
New York Metropolitan Opera
Association, will be presented by
Ruth Brotman at the banquet
honoring Russian Ambassador
Nicolai Novikov. Sunday at the
Roney Plaza hotel.
Joseph Harnell. pianist-com-
will play selections by
takovitch and other modern
Russian composers, as well as his
own c impositions, following Miss
Kosta's renditions of Carmen
.....s m costume.
Miss Kosta, who has sung with
Chicago and Paris opera com-
panies, will leave Miami after
aring at the Press Photo-
Lers' ball Feb. 7 at the Steak
planning a scries of
opera in condensed form at Car-
l hall, New York.
Pi eeds I the photographers'
I..,11 will bo devoted to the Mt,
Sinai hospital drive.
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New Engli :.
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tour years of torture
Arbitblatt and his
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in Nazi
family were
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incarcerated in
the Slabotko
Ghetto with 32,-
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sent from
one ghetto I '
other and finally
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his wif
atives wore mas-
sacred. After
that Arbitblatt
was in Dachau
and Belsen.
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the war, he was
brought to the
Rothschild hos-
pital in France
| is sight gone.
feel '
A son who lives
in New York
.-, Blattas, an
- arranged
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Committees for the 'Hopping
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IV, B'rith C.nls group, of
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by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. chair-
, 0l ,he six groups which
w,llsponso. the dance at Kaplan
,,., 0f Tempi,' Israel Feb. 19 is
in charge of a portion of the ar-
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DBG will handle decorations
with Mi>s Pat Curtice as chair-
man; BZB, entertainment, with
Miss Roslyn Mendelson as chair-
;,,: Jems, publicity. Miss Isa-
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miss m Miller; Winx. re-
freshments, Miss Arlyne Dinner-
stein; BBG, over-all committee.
Miss Gloria Farkas
p, ,.,., |s of the affair will be
ssisl local senior B'nai
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ects, including preparation
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1IDAY. JANUARY 31. 1947
+Jew is* ftcrid/fan
PAGE FIFTEEN
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
IE PALESTINE ISSUE:
Although the United States has
observer at the London confer-
ee on Palestine, American dip-
jiats are genuinely hopeful
jt the official talks between
tain and the Arabs and the
official discussions with the
,vs will produce a conclusive
strife-ending solution to the
Kestine problem .
, Washington experts believe
bat a successful plan for the
irtition of Palestine may be
the making ... It is their im-
ression that despite vigorous
enials, the Arabs will reluc-
itly agree to partition if it is
larrd before them as an ac-
Cmplished fact A reassess-
pr.t of American policy on
Palestine is now believed like-
L once Secretary of Slate Mar-
hall is acclimated to his new
Mice .
|n Jewish circles this question
being asked: Is there currently
Jewish Agency or only an exe-
Hve of the World Zionist Or-
lization which speaks for the
Wish Agency This question
provoked by the fact that the
i-Zionist section of the admin-
kktive committee of the Jewish
fcney failed to meet simultan-
usly with the Zionist Congress
|elcct members to the Agency's
kcutive ... So that actually
pic is no Agency executive com-
$cd of Zionists and non-Zion-
t, but merely a World Zionist
ecutive .
/ith partition on the horizon,
Iculation is rife as to how the
wish State, when and if pro-
Imed, will be named ... It
111 certainly not bear the name
jltstine Some propose nam-
it Eretz Israel, others suggest
names Zion, Judea, Israeland.
IE AMERICAN SCENE:
Id friendship between the
C and the ORT which was
Bewhat marred when the ORT
rted its own fund raising cam-
gn in the United States is
Dut to be resumed By the
be these lines are read, an ar-
gument may be announced un-
which the ORT will receive
[100.000 from JDC funds, with
approval of the United Jew-
Appeal, and will abstain from
separate fund-raising drive
k> year .
[For Jews who may wish to
Bow what is expected of them
contributions this year, it
ill be interesting to learn that
kwish national and overseas
lencies in the United States
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them in the past year ... In
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to raise more than $40,000,000
during the year for caital
funds This means that
American Jewry will be asked
to give this year about $264,-
000.000 for Jewish charity .
This includes, of course the
$170,000 campaign of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal .
Last year the Joint Distribution
Committee had to borrow $9,000,-
000 from the banks in order to
meet commitments which it in-
curred in 1946 ... In addition to
such loans, the JDC has been
granted an $8,000,000 credit, pay-
able over a period of three years,
by the Office of Foreign Liquida-
tions and the War Assets Admin-
istration for the purchase of
Army surplus goods abroad and
in this country .
Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, retired
executive vice-chairman of the
JDC, is now enjoying a deserved
rest in California His farewell
speech, given at a testimontial
dinner in New York attended by
all important Jewish leaders, will
long be remembered ... It was
a classic address, reflecting an
era of world history and of Jew-
ish tragedy .

INSIDE RUSSIA:
The inside story of American-
Soviet relations during the war is
told for the first time in "The
Strange Alliance" by Gen. John
R. Deane, wartime head of the
U.S. military mission in Moscow
... No American is better quali-
fied to tell this story than Gen.
Deane, because of his position and
close association with the heads
of both the American and Soviet
governments The book pub-
lished by Viking Press, reveals
many hitherto undisclosed details
concerning what took place dur-
ing the Roosevelt-Stalin-Churchill
conference at Teheran and Yalta,
which the author attended as a
member of the American group
... It also lifts the curtain from
many important talks in the
Kremlin between Stalin and
American diplomats .
Among the most interesting
facts revealed is how the Office of
Strategic Services in Washington
and the NKVD (the secret serv-
ice) in Moscow exchanged infor-
mation The author tells the
amusing story of how he, as head
A.OGUST BROS Rycf
is the bEST
of the American military mission
in the Soviet capital, once receiv-
ed an invitation from the head of
the Soviet intelligence service to
dine with him at the only restau-
rant and night club which re-
mained open in Moscow through-
out the war Dinner in this
cafe cost $45 in American money,
hence Gen. Deane had never been
there and was delighted to accept
. He found the restaurant a
beautiful place with deep rugs,
soft lights, music and excellent
food Throughout the dinner
he was puzzled as to his host's
motives in inviting him .
He discovered the reason
when the dinner was over and
the Soviet intelligence chief
whispered that he had very im-
portant information to give
him ... It developed that So-
viet secret agents had over-
heard some American engineers
at an oil refinery in Baku dis-
cussing the forthcoming elec-
tions in the United States .
One of them had been heard
describing President Roosevelt
as a "son of a bitch who should
be taken out and shot" The
head of the Soviet secret service
thought that Gen. Deane. who
was in charge of exchanging in-
formation with the NKVD
should know about it .
It was quite a surprise to him
when the General, after thanking
him profusely, told him that in
America nobody takes such re-
marks seriously Gen. Deane
adds that he was tempted to re-
port the story to President Roose-
velt and to thank him for being
responsible for the most delicious
dinner he had in Moscow .
The book tells how a Jewish
officer in the U.S. ArmyCapt.
Ernest Gruenberg of New York__
who had been captured by the
top son.
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Nazis while serving in a Parachute
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war prisoner to reach Moscow
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Soviet-American relations .
Card Party to Benefit
Home's Medical Fund
Newly founded medical fund
of the Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged will benefit from a card
party to be held by Mrs. M.
Sparber on the grounds of the
home of her sister, Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, 4365 N. Bay rd.. 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
The public has been invited to
attend. Refreshments will be
served.
Plans for the auxiliary's activi-
ties for the coming month were
made at a board meeting held
Tuesday. Mrs. Rose Beck, 1571
Pennsylvania ave., was hostess.
Next meeting of the general mem-
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Miss Miriam Brodinsky of
Wilmington, Del., will be guest
of honor when the membership
of the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation, club one, meets for lunch-
eon at 12:30 p.m. Teusday at the
Alcazar roof.
Miss Brodinsky is chairman of
the southeastern Seaboard states
region of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. I. S. Shapoff is chairman
of the affair at which Miss Ruth
Brotman will sing Palestinian
songs.
Mrs. Bessie Weissman, cultural
chairman of the midwest region
of Pioneer Women, will be pres-
ent. Installation of new mem-
bers will be a feature of the
afternoon.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made with Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, Mrs. Shapoff, Mrs. Harry
Queen or Mrs. Rae Greenberg.
Price for the luncheon will be
$1.50.
FRATORITY TO MEET
Future program of the Temple
Beth Sholom Fratority will be
planned at a meeting at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Temple.
The Fratority completed a ser-
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week.
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CIA CAMPAIGN UNITS
SCHEDULE MEETINGS
Getting ready for the 1947 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal to be held
in March, the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation is scheduling a
number of pre-campaign meet-
ings for next week.
On Sunday at 10 a.m. the initial
gift division will meet at the Shel-
borne hotel under the chairman-
ship of Abraham Goodman to
organize the initial gifts cam-
paign.
At the same time Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Congregation Beth
David will address a meeting of
insurance people at the Alcazar
roof.
Simultaneously, the Beach law-
yer's division will meet at the
Whitehouse hotel. Miami Beach,
to hear a report on European
conditions by Shepard Broad,
who has just returned from a
visit to Europe.
The women's division, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, will get under way
with an organizational meeting
of the special gifts unit at the
home of Mrs. Monte Selig, at 2
p.m. Tuesday.
The regular weekly meeting of
the CJA campaign cabinet will
be held at noon Wednesday at
the McAllister hotel.
The women's division will hold
a meeting of majors and captains
at the home of Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
Next Friday the women's divi-
sion Beach section will meet at
the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin
at 1:30 p.m.
Mizrachi Event Aids
Children's Village
Annual Palestine night at the
Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi
Women Tuesday evening at Beth
Jacob will be for the benefit of
the Mizrachi Children's Village,
according to Mrs, Loon Shallo-
way. chairman of the affair.
Guest speakers will bo Mrs E
Karger, who will describe the vil-
lage, which is located in R..
Palestine, and Harold Turk, who
will speak on tin Zionist O:
zation of America.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
deliver the invocation. Palestin-
ian songs will be rendered by the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus under the direction of
Louis Powesky, and Saul Stokll S
accompanied by his wife
Members of the Mizrachi Wom-
en's board of directors wore iv-
,.:v installed. They include
-%"* Meyen.Mary
Goodman. TilUeUvme Gertrude
., ia.i Friedman, B<
San, Samuel Reinhar. an,.
Bretholtz. ________
400 ATTEND PARTY
M re ,h.,n 400 people attended
tlu. ,,a party held by the Kami
Beach women's division of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress ruesday
evening at the National hotel
auditorium.
Chairman of the event were
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs
Herbert Greenbergand Miss Clara
!
Prizes and refreshments were
donated by Miami Beach mer-
chants
FRIDAY, JANUARY
Lear School Holds
Graduation Exercisess
Four guls and two boys were
graduated from the Lear school
during exercises held in the audi-
torium of the school Wednesday
morning _
They are Barbara Frumkes,
Marilyn Gould, Mona Jabaly,
Jules Levine, Buddy Meyers and
Leila Rosenfeld.
Them.' for the graduation was
There Will Be A Tomorrow," a
program presented by the gradu-
ates Curst speaker was Morris
Farfinkel, principal of Winthrop
Junior High school of Brooklyn.
who is visiting here.
Miami Hebrew School
Presents Vaudeville
Saturday Night Players ,
Junior group, Miami H1H
School and Junior ConB"H
will present a vaudeville h'N
"The Little Theatre." 44f0'
17th ter., at 7:30 pm,K
The show will -on^H
cartoons, a mag,,. show J&
ram Moss and Morton F-r
"The Three Mountain &&
Ted Wolff, Sandford oL5
and Albert Feldan, and ,?
by Rachel Feldan. "*
Admission will be 30 centit
troshments will be served ui
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PWO Southern Chairman
To Address Kadimahs
Mrs. Miriam Brpdinsky, of
Wilmington, Delaware, organiza-
tion chairman of the Pioneer
Women's southeastern Seaboard
states region, will be guest speak-
er at the Kadimah chapter's meet-
ing Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
at the Beth David auditorium.
Mrs. Stevan Simon, chairman
of the legislative and social ac-
tion committee, will present a
report on the bill of rights and
the importance of Pioneer Wom-
en's place on the American
scene.
At a cultural meeting of the
Kadimah chapter Monday eve-
ning Mrs. Bessie Weissman.
president of the Chicago Council
of Pioneer Women and director
of cultural studies of the mid-
west region, spoke on "The Bal-
four Declaration and the Three
Aliyot".
Mrs. Albert Naness sang sev-
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Mrs. Jenny Kamern. concert
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