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

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

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

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^-THE JEWISH UNITY
ana
THE IF W I S H WEE
)LUME 20NUMBER 8
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Cornerstone Ceremonies
icheduled For 3 P.M. Sunday
Nearing the realization of a 15-year dream, the Miami Y
hold its cornerstone laying ceremonies at S. W. 15th ave.
i Filth st. at 3 p.m. Sunday. Now under construction, the
new building is expected to be completed at the end of
le.
Eleven thousand people have been invited to the exercises,
lose keynote address will be delivered by Stanley C. Myers
Miami, national president of the Council of Jewish Federa-
ins and Welfare Funds.
Myers will be introduced by Monte Selig, chairman of the
fcceremonies, which will be opened
by Leon Kaplan, president of the
Y. Brief addresses will be made
by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical association, and Rabbis
Murray Grauer and Max Shapiro.
A musical program will be of-
fered by the Jewish Folk Chorus.
Unveiling of the cornerstone
will be conducted by the Y's
building committee, of which Sam
Seitlin is chairman. Bleachers
have been provided by the city
of Miami for the occasion.
One of the community'i out-
ITS DEDICATION
Jew building of Congregation
h Tfilah will be dedicated at
Euclid ave., Sunday evening
8 p.m., with Mayor Herbert
ink and other prominent resi-
particlpating in the exer-
labbis Irving Lehrman, Moses
eloff, Max Shapiro and
|in;iy Grauer will address the
>, as will Rabbi Joseph E.
bkovsky, spiritual leader of the
uregation.
Cantor J. Y. Goldring of the
ami Beach Jewish Center and
otor Maurice Mamches of Beth
rid will be presented during
musical program.
Chairman of the evening will
In. David S. Andron. Ar-
Igements chairman is Nathan
nsbcrg.
pe newly constructed building
a seating capacity for over
persons and is entirely air-
|ditioned. Norman Giller was
architect.
'ho congregation, which ad-
es to orthodox Sephardic tra-
|ons. is headed by the Rev.
ye Jacobson, president. Other
cers are Samuel Weidlitz, vice-
6i I: Israel Kimmel, treas-
r: J. S. Rubin, secretary,
stablished more than two
ago, the congregation
ted work on its new building
May. First used during the
Holidays last fall, the syna-
uo was built at a cost of ap-
Jtlmately $30,000.
)lic To Inspect
rdiac Hall Sunday
rivato ceremonies will mark
dedication of the Melvin
en Memorial hall at the Na-
Children's Cardiac home
HTOw afternoon.
and Mrs. Samuel Cohen,
Bis of the $100,000 occupa-
therapy building have
that the dedication be a
By event.
ov. i ver, the public is invited
Aspect the building from noon
p.m., Sunday, Harry Saffer,
DH president, said yesterday,
dedication of the building
naxes a week of major im-
tance in the home's his-
It is estimated that $60.-
was raised at the annual
Bboree held last Sunday at
chcomber, Copa Cabana and
Jn Quarter,
though final returns have
[been tabulated, an appre-
sum was collected during
day's Mending Heart tag
Per expressed gratification
e response to the home's tag
standing institutions, the "Y"
was organized in 1932 by 13
men who called themselves the
Hebrew Athletic club. Murray
Grossman was their first presi-
dent.
In 1944 the organization became
the YM and YWHA, combining
the men's and women's groups
which had previously functioned
separately.
Growth of the Y is indicated in
its expanding budget and mem-
bership. When the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation was or-
ganized in 1939, the Y had a bud-
get of $1,800. This year's Y pro-
gram will be financed by a $43,-
580 budget.
Y membership has increased
from 300 in 1938 to 2,194 men,
women and children at the end
of 1946. Approximately 15 groups
are affiliated. Major women's
group is the Miami Service lea-
gue, a war-born organization
which conducted the Y's USO
activities and is now integrated
with the Y's many endeavors."
With a full-time staff of 14
workers, the Y's activities are
conducted under the leadership
of Maurice Grossman, who has
been executive director since
August, 1938. Dan Rosen thai is
activities director and Morris
Klein, director of physical edu-
cation.
One of the year-round activi-
ties is the Y's nursery school, of
which Mrs. Ethel Grossman is
supervisor. Founded during the
war as a government nursery,
the school is now an all-day pro-
ject of the Y.
Another project for children is
the summer home camp, begun
in 1939 with an enrollment of 22
boys and girls. Last summer 146
children participated.
In its cultural, athletic and
social programs, the Y stresses
Jewish content wherever possible.
It is associated with the National
Jewish Welfare board, the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, Dade
County Council of Social Agen-
cies, National Adult Education
association, the Amateur Athletic
Union and the Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural committee.
INTERIM ODDER
[
K>peal.
W complete story
see page 17.)
on the
Shertok Plans Action
LONDON (JTA).Moshe Sher-
tok, head of the political depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency, this
week stated that Jews will now
have to plead their case in every
capital of the United Nations and
will strongly defend it before the
U.N. General Assembly.
WASHINGTON (JTA). A
resolution calling upon the United
Nations to issue an interim order
prior to consideration of the
Palestine question instructing
Britain to implement the Pales-
tine mandate free of all restric-
tive enactments, was adopted
here this week at an extraordi-
nary one-day Zionist conference
called by the American Emer-
gency Council and attended by
650 delegates from 37 states.
The resolution said that the
Jewish Agency expected to be
given representation in any of
the United Nations deliberations
on Palestine, and urged the U.S.
to reaffirm freedom of immigra-
tion to Palestine and the estab-
lishment of a Jewish state "in
clear and precise terms."
Another resolution called on
the United States Government to
assume leadership in the new sit-
uation and to demonstrate its in-
tention to honor previously made
pledges. Pending a final solu-
tion, the resolution urges the
United States to use its influence
for an interim policy based on
the provisions of the mandate,
particularly for immediate admis-
sion to Palestine of the 100,000
homeless Jews and removal of
the discriminatory land purchase
restrictions in Palestine.
The conference expressed con-
fidence in the leadership of the
Jewish Agency and the American
Zionist Emergency Council and
pledged the "full support of
American Zionism to these lead-
ers in their efforts to open Pales-
tine to unrestricted Jewish immi-
gration and to attain Jewish state-
hood."
Other resolutions condemned
the British regime of brutal force
against the Jewish community in
Palestine; called on the U.S. to
secure the commutation of the
pending death sentences in Pales-
tine; and expressed solidarity and
support of the Yishuv and its "na-
tionally disciplined leadership."
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, address-
ing the gathering, declared that
the end of the road seems to have
been reached with Great Britain.
He suggested that it may be ad-
vantageous to have the question
reviewed by an international
body whose members "are not as
committed to appeasing Arabs as
are the British today." He
stressed the "tremendously in-
creased role" of the United States
in the ultimate decision.
British Cabinet to Present
Palestine Muddle To UN
LONDON (JTA)The British cabinet has authorized Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin to take the Palestine question to the
United Nations in view of the rejection by both Jews and Arabs
of the government's latest proposals.
Bevin announced the cabinet's decision in an address to the
Arabs attending the concluding session of the Conference on
Palestine. He said that a full statement of government policy
would be made in Parliament at an early date.
The decision does not imply that Britain intends to surrender
her mandate or to withdraw from the country, Bevin later told a
+private conference of 500 leaders
of the Labor party. He said that
the only duty of the U.N. was to
find a solution acceptable to both
Jews and Arabs.
Bevin is to confer with the
cabinet on the form of the British
proposals to the U.N., prior to
making a statement in Commons
this week. Informed circles think
it unlikely that the matter will
come before the U.N. until the
September meeting of the gen-
eral assembly, because the Trus-
teeship council cannot take ac-
tions except on matters referred
to it by the assembly. It is also
thought unlikely that Britain will
ask for an emergency meeting of
the assembly. A foreign office
spokesman said the form in which
the question would be placed be-
fore the U.N. will be stated in
Parliament. He added that noth-
ing was said at the meeting with
the Arabs as to the steps the
government will take in Pales-
tine prior to submitting the issue
to the U.N.
The Sunday Times reported
that the Arab states will submit
a proposal to the U.N. for the
immediate establishment of an
independent Palestine state under
a constitutional government. Pal-
estine Arabs allegedly indicated
to Bevin that if independence
were granted, they would be pre-
pared to conclude a 25-year
treaty of friendship and alliance
with Great Britain.
An authoritative Jewish Agen-
cy spokesman told the JTA that
while the Zionists would have
preferred to settle the problem
through direct negotiations with
the British, they were prepared
to fight the case before the United
Nations. He said that although
the agency might be invited to
present its views, it would prob-
ably argue its case through a
friendly state, which was the
(Continued on Page 4)
BRITISH BAN LIFTED
JERUSALEM (JTA). Tel
Aviv, which has been out of
bounds for British troops for sev-
eral weeks, was entertaining hun-
dreds of tommies this week, fol-
lowing easing of the non-frater-
nization order. Troops may now
visit the city between the hours
of 2 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.
ARABS FILE PROTEST
JERUSALEM (JTA). Pales-
tine Arab merchants have filed a
memorandum with the Arab
League in Cairo asking that the
boycott of "Zionist goods" be
called off or compensation paid to
Arab merchants to defray "losses
resulting from the ban," it was
reported here.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rela-
tions between the anti-terrorist
groups in the Jewish community
and the extremist organizations,
which have been rapidly deterio-
rating in recent months, reached
a new low this week when clashes
between terrorists and anti-ter-
rorists took place in Jerusalem,
Tel Aviv and Haifa,
The most serious incident oc-
curred in Tel Aviv where six
youths were wounded when mem-
bers of the Irgun Zvai Leumi at-
tacked adherents of the Haganah
who were removing Irgun post-
ers. A similar clash occurred a
few hours earlier in Jerusalem,
which was also the scene of a
gun battle in which two Jews
were wounded. In the Tel Aviv
fracas, Yechiel Lido, 17, was in-
jured so seriously as to require
hospitalization.
The three Irgun members sen-
tenced to death last week will
not be executed until some dis-
position is made of the case of
Dov Gruner, which is now be-
fore the Privy Council, it was
learned. Dov Ben Zalman Rosen-
baum, one of the three, was
moved into Gruner's cell. Gruner
was visited by his sister, Mrs.
Helen Friedman, and again re-
fused to sign an appeal to the
Privy Council. The other three
youths have also refused to ap-
peal. She spoke to him through
a steel screen under the surveil-
lance of guards. Mrs. Friedman
also saw U. S. Consul General
Lowell C. Pinkerton, and thanked
him for his efforts on behalf of
Gruner.
Vistors Give First S20.000
To Local CJA Campaign
Inspired by the vividness of a talk by Mme. Paulette Oppert,
former French underground worker, a group of winter residents
attending a luncheon meeting at the Shelborne hotel on Wednes-
day made advance contributions in excess of $20,000 to the
forthcoming campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The
meeting was presided over by David Phillips, chairman of the
CJA winter residents divisions.
Among those present at the lunch were Harry Aberman,
Morris Gettleman, Irving Hirsch, Abe Katz, Charles Stein, Wil-
liam Apte, Bernard Sharp, Max Iralson, Dr. Joseph Weidberg
Brunch for beach section of the
real estate division at the White
and I. Joseph Maze.
At the meeting which was
called primarily for organization-
al purposes, it was decided that
the winter residents division will
formally open its campaign with
a brunch at the Shelborne hotel
on Sunday, March 2.
Campaign events scheduled for
the coming week include the
following:
SUNDAY
Cocktail party for members of
the fruit shippers division at the
home of Archie Brick, chairman,
1036 Lenox ave., at 3 p.m.
House hotel at 10 a.m.
MONDAY
A luncheon meeting of the
men's wear division (town sec-
tion) at the McAllister hotel,
12:30 p.m. William Slepian, co-
chairman of this division, will
preside.
Meeting of the metropolitan
unit at the National hotel audi-
torium, 17th and Collins, at 8 p.m.
Leon Kaplan and Jack Abbott
are cochairmen of this unit.
(Continued on Page 4)


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PAGE TWO
MISS PASTROFF
IS BRIDE-ELECT
Personally Speaktna .
n Mr and Mrs. Harold
Over S2.SO0 wo. ><* ? .* ",? Ih" WS L"'S- d .He ZT7T <= "***
Mrs. Plant, Mr. Larick
Wed At Rabbi's Home
Announcement of the mar-
riage of Mn. Eva PUni. long-
lime Miami resident, to Emu-
uel Larick of New York is
Mt.
No definite date has been set
for the wedding
Pastroff and Irvin Go!
whose engagement announc-
ed last week by hi
Ann Pastroff, 1856 S. W. I4tl
ter.
Mr. Goldstein is th
and Mrs. Alex Golds)
Pint-Tree dr. His fiar.
the University of Miami.
DEBBS' MEMBER TEA
SLATED FOR SUNDAY
Membership tea for tl i -'
chapter, B'nai B"rith Young
Women, will be held at the home
of Miss Eleanor Quartin, 1809
S. W. 23 ter., at 3 p.m., Sunday.
Entertainment w i i 1 include
piano selections by Miss Ril
Quartin, who has studied at the
Julliard Music school. Those who
would like to attend may contact
Miss Trudi Lach.
ALso planned i bs is a
Purim potluck supper March 5.
when Miss Marilyn Dachslager,
1351 S. W. 17th St., will bi
tess.
Women's chapter ot o nai a As pan ""- M Mor.
Held at the Beachcomber last country ,np, Mr. and Mrs- Mor Zeientx
Friday the event featured a ris Kessler ot New York are 1he marriage was .ol.mmd
themselves. forma and Texas .
Mrs. Isabelle Levy and Mrs. ^ cnd MfS Leon Kaplan
Bea Kantiowitz of Glenn Falls, ^ daughteis, Linda and
N. Y., are visiting their brother- mQved ,Q ,heir new home
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ?g5 g w 12(h st ^[s week
Jerome Hecker, 741 Sixth st. E BaJTi nati0nal
Mr. Hecker is recuperating from jewish War Veterans executive
m :ntSS- m irt,m, committee member from the
The Rev. and Mrs. Kalman gouthern distnct, win return to
Shapiro of Brooklyn. N. Y. are Wash; ton_ D. C, tomorrow
visiting their daughter, Mrs. .torrey Wlth the Veterans
Herman Isaacson, and then son M inistra{j0ni he has been
and daughter-in-law, Rabbi and tioning Gt me Raleigh
Mrs. Max Shapiro. ,".
Stopping at the Maxine hotel n WPPks' vaca-
i Rabbi Mordecai Soltes of After an eight *eeks jaca
New York, executive director of 'ion here. Louis Krasn^r
Yeshiva university ... Mr. and turned to St. Louis last weeK ...
Mrs Charles R. Wobson are ^ J^^^S
entertaining her mother. Mrs. tor from Lynn, Mass wasfeted
Harrv Heifetz. and her uncle at a dinner recently yen by
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mr. and Mr.. Norbjrt 1Rosen-
Horowitz, all of Chicago baum. 2931 Royal Palm ave.
Back from a business trip to Mr. Weinstem, who ,si stopping
the Windy City is Harry Sch- at the Hotel New Yorker, en er-
wartz Mrs. Joseph E. Rack- tained with the singing of tea-
ovsky is in Jackson Memorial ditional Jewish songs .
hospital where she underwent Getting all the attention at
an operation Monday. Also at 2120 Verdun dr., Normandy
Jackson is Mrs. Louis Weinkle. | Isle, is Susan Jana Coolik,
Mrs. Murray Grossman spent! daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Sam
several days in the hospital this Coolik. Their first child, she
- was horn Jan. 31 at Victoria
FRIDAY, rmUARv^ J
June Wedding Pian^
By Miss Levine
week. Visiting the Grossmans
is Mrs. Benjcrr.in Koller of Wal-
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MIAMI BTORE, DOMESTICS,
BECOND FI.OOK
is Mrs. Benjamin Koller of Wal- hospital. Her maternal grand-
den, N. Y., who is the mother. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan
of Mrs. Grossman and David j Ruskin of Miami Beach and her
Koller. She will stay through paternal grandparents are Mr.
March ... \ and Mrs. David Coolik, who
To celebrate the first wedding visited here from Macon, Ga.,
anniversary of Rabbi and Mrs. to get acquainted with her.
Murray Grauer. the Sisterhood Mrs. Harry Klein, 2107' i S
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox* W. Seventh st., is entertaining
Congregation gave a surprise house guests. Mrs. Albert Davis,
party for the couple last Wed- of Washington. D. C., her sis-
nesday evening. The occasion ter-in-law, and Miss Ann Gold-
also marked Rabbi Grauer's berg of Brighton, Mass.
!Shp? n? ''Z'rnL 1* ,?*? ^s- William Malamut. owner |
rnnZ Ja, IJ1T*\ of ,he Versailles, entertained
couple was presented a pair ,
of silver candlesticks by Mrs. Al L aRlu"cheoRn a,,end-
.Emanuel Karger on behalf of !? by Miss Barbara Bronstein.!
| the Sisterhood Memphis, Term.; Mr. and Mrs.'
Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne J;/, J ^V^
Sands of St. Louis arrived Sun- JJ | Khed""- Deal N. ,,
'day for a two weeks' visit with M'ss Eleanor D Amon. Mt. Ver-
their parents. Mr. and Mrs.! n
Mark Sands of the Hampton -77;
hotel, Miami. They were ac-
|companied by Miss Angela
Colonial Inn Benefit
Ends Visitors' Drive
Visitors' division of the
Sinai hospital drive will wind up
ries of events with a giant
show to be at-
| | v Ti)0 people at the Co-
Inn Monday evening
With Ed Sullivan, New York
serving as master of
...,,,. the show Will star
jo. F Lewis, Carmen Miranda
,nd Harry Richman. Several
, are expected to
: New York for the
occasion.
Tl e event is being sponsored
by 100 hotel owners and man-
prominent out-of-town
guests the chairmanship
i A. Wien. visitors' di-
et-airman. Admission will
. invitation only. Guests
will come from Miami Beach,
Holly wo. >d Beach and Boca
Raton.
Gifts amounting to $1,850,000
announced as the total
to date in the $2,500,000 cam-
paign. A considerable portion of
mount was realized through
efforts of the visitors' divi-
sion Sixty guests at the Roney
dinner last Friday contrib-
uted $61,000.
The campaign will get another
sui day when Harry Voder.
.veil known sports figure of a
few years back, will turn over
the day's gross receipts of his
Trocadero restaurant to the hos-
Voiler is also owner of the
Palm Court hotel.
Joining the list of June brides-
elect is Miss Mary Norma Levin
whose engagement to Julian L
Weinkle of Miami Beach was'a.
nounced this wei k by her parent.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Levine a!
Wilmington, Del. Mr. Weinkk
is the son of Mr, ar.d Mrs. Cart
Weinkle, 1710 Lei Mlamj
Beach.
A junior at Duke university,
Miss Levine is a member oi
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She
plans to visit Mr. an I Mrs. We
kle next month.
An alumnus of Miami Bead
Senior High, her fiance will re-
ceive his bachelor's degree from
the University of North Caroliu
in March. A member of Tan
Epsilon Phi fraternity, he send
for three and one-half years a
the Navy and saw iction in tk
Pacific and Caribbean theatres.
When discharged, he held the
rank of ensign.
Their wedding will be an event
of June 29 in Wi! : h ;;ton.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947
WEDDING TO HIGHLIGHT JWV BALL
Visit of National JWV Commander Milton Richman and a
Lnilitary wedding will highlight the military ball which the Jew-
|ish War Veterans, Post 330, will sponsor at the Elks club patio,
^20 West ave., at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Richman, who arrived in Miami yesterday, will be guest of
ionor at the ball and will speak at several other JWV functions
juring the week.
At 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Rabbi Leon Kronish, chaplain for the
;ach JWV post, will officiate at the wedding of Miss Toby
'ien and Al Zeidner, both of 321 Collins ave.
r V Women Entertain
lational President
While local posts of the Jew-
lish War Veterans honor their
national commander this week,
[the Miami and Miami Beach
(ladies' auxiliaries will play host
[to Miss Tina Brill, national
resident of the women's
groups.
Miss Brill will be tendered a
Juncheon Monday following
dedication of the Norman Bruce
3rown's day room at the Nau-
tilus veterans hospital at 11
.m.
Mrs. Obie Roscnthal, presi-
dent of trje Norman Bruce
irown auxiliary in Miami, and
Irs. Sol Jaffe, Beach auxiliary
president, announce that wives,
sters and mothers of veterans
re invited to join the local
branches.
Miss Brill, twice president of
state of Illinois JWV auxil-
ry, is also an ardent Zionist,
aving served as secretary of
lie Chicago Zionist organiza-
GOOD DELICATESSEN
COUNTERMAN
| AND FIRST-CLASS COOK
Sood Wages No Sundays
DETROIT DELICATESSEN
228 West Flagler Street
* The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of
Philadelphia. Her fiance's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zeidner
if Philadelphia, are here for the
event.
Ten members of the Beach post
will serve as ushers during the
ceremony. Graduates of Phila-
delphia schools, the couple will
reside in Miami Beach. Mr.
Zeidner is a Navy veteran.
Willard Bender is entertain-
ment chairman for the ball which
will feature the massing of colors
conducted by Dr. Maurice Klein,
past commander of the Miami
post. Mannie Gates and his or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing.
Quarterly meeting of the state
JWV department will be ad-
dressed by the national com-
mander at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, at
the Beach American Legion home.
Abe Goldman, state commander,
will preside.
On Monday evening, Richman
will be the guest of the Norman
Bruce Brown post, which will
hold a joint meeting with the
Miami Beach post at the Harvey
Seeds post home. Judge George
E. Holt will speak on brother-
hood. Commander Nat Brown of
the Miami post will preside and
Goldman will introduce the
guests.
RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS
BRAGGIOTTI and CHAIKIN
Duo Pianists
In a Program from Bach to Boogie-Woogie
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Brazilian Soprano
One of the most persuasive of
all agents of Pan American good-
will, Bidu Sayao, Brazilian so-
prano, will be guest artist for the
Community Concert Series of the
Beach "Y" Thursday evening at
the Miami Beach Senior High
school auditorium.
Miss Sayao, who has sung at
the White House and at the Presi-
dential Palace in Rio, is the only
South American woman on the
roster of the Metropolitan Opera.
Invited to attend her local reci-
tal is Dr. Alfredo Polzia, consul
general of Branzil.
Miss Sayao made her American
debut with the New York Phil-
harmonic in 1936. In her tours
of Europe, South America and
North America she has gained
wide acclaim.
Her local concert will include
the following selections:
Sympathy....................j. Haydn
Tre gtornl son one Nina___Perg-oteal
Aria: Qui-1 cnardo, from
"Don Pasquale" (Act. I). .Donizetti
Pol"........................T...,,111i11 Nln
Montanesa.................loaqtlln Nin
i.mi.in da Marquesa da Santoa
Heltor Villa-Ixihos
Nbapope (Negro sons;)
lleltor Villa-Lottos
Aria: Ah, fors e lul, from
"Traviata" (Aot l)..Quiseppe Verdi
('lair de I.unc...........Gabriel Fa lire
Lea Chevaux de bola. .Claude Debussy
!. Nelumbo.............Ernest Moret
A dew oixeaux...........Qeorgea Hue
Btreaa..................Wlntter Watts
I Just Found Out To,lay
Leonard r.i-rnstein
The Tea-Kettle Bong-----Victor Young
At the Well........Richard Hageman
PAGE THREE

BIDU SAYAO
CARLSON TO SPEAK
John Roy Carlson, author of
"Under Cover" and "The Plot-
ters," will address a meeting of
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, at the
Elks lodge in Miami March 11.
One of the best-informed au-
thorities o n anti democratic
forces in the U. S., Carlson will
keynote the lodge's interfaitn
meeting that night.
Due to his visit, the lodge is
postponing its forum on "Democ-
racy in the South."
Temple Beth Sholom
To Honor Montgomery
Presentation of the Temple
Beth Sholom community service
award will be made to John
Montgomery, Miami Beach pub-
lisher, during special Brotherhood
Week services at the Temple this
evening.
Montgomery was selected to
receive the honor for his efforts
in behalf of good will and under-
standing, according to Thomas
O'Hagan DuPree, chairman of
award committee, who will make
the presentation.
Dr. Andrew W. Gottshall, di-
rector of the Miami Round Table
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will make
the principal address on "Brother-
hoodAn Adventure."
Community leaders including
Mayor Herbert Frink, Sheriff
Jimmy Sullivan and Superin-
tendent of Schools James T. Wil-
son will be present.
Assisting DuPree in choosing
the second annual award recip-
ient were C. H. Alcock, Mrs. E. J.
Burns, Guy Ellis and Louis Kren-
sky, vicep-resident of the Temple.

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT 1'Ol'RT OF THE
UTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, EUiRIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 10!>6S
syi.via UNQER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BERTRAM UNOER,
Defendant.
THE static OP FLORIDA:
TO: BERTRAM UNQER,
818 East 59th Street
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 2Sth day
of March, 1847i otherwise the allega-
tions of .said BUI Of Complaint will lie
taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN. a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this IStb day of February,
1947.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By: M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
ii"."> Congress Building,
Miami 82, Florida.
2 21-28 3/7-14
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT (VH'ItT OF THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE OolNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No I069S9-C
JOSEPHINE TROPP,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARTHUR TROPP,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ARTHUR TROPP,
Ul Knoll Street.
Brooklyn, New York.
Yon are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Dill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 2lst day
tions of said Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you,
Ia'I this Order be published once n
w.-ek for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County.
Florida
DATED this 20th day of February.
101.'.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By M. C. UREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
II"". Congress Building,
Miami, 32, Florida,
i'n-ii s/T-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 107062
WILLIAM O. GREY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ACNES QREY,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
T( : AGNES GREY,
Hill Street (Box 142),
North Hadley, Massachusetts.
You are hereby notified ami ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 2ist day
of March, 1947; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Hill of Complaint will lie
taken as confessed against you.
let this Order in- published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
THE Jewish FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County.
PIoi Ida.
this 29th day of February,
DATED
194.'.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
tllerk of Circuit Court.
By M c. GREEN,
i leputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
1105 Congress Building,
.Miami. If, Florida.
2 21-28 2/7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CUP TIT IN AND
FOR DADE COC.NTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. PiTOtil
ALICE MUTI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARL JOSEPH MUTI,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: carl JOSEPH MUTI,
S22 Parsons Boulevard,
Jamaica, Long Island,
New York.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 21sl day
of Mar.h. PM7: otherwise the allega-
tions of said Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Lei this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN, news-
paper published in Dade County
Elm Ida
DATED this 2nth day of February,
19*11.
E. B. LEATHERMAN".
tjlork of Circuit Court.
By M. C. GREEN.
(SEAL) DePU,y Clerk-
SAM SILVER.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARYaj
PAGE FOUR
Editorial
CORNERSTONE LAYING
BETH SHOLOM MARKS
FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
Temple
edby
rw
ill be
dance
ldav afternoon oi the new edit ce oi: the M;arm of
Sunday afternoon oi me ~ staunch supporters o: -. ke>
'
>rganization wno nave .- .nmcle are
haven
provide for
men!.
I I
I le fol-
Fortunate are these c
hildren whose anticipation of the use

y _-:.. _:ii ~~r\, n m- pstone denotmc \ear?
innumerable obstacles to achiev
mass;ve in comparison to what no
Sunday's ceremonies will mark a milestone deno
of service "and effort. Credit must be given to the sets data*
and to the executive director who through the vears^ have
lessly and unceasingly striven to bring the Y this far.
We believe the cornerstone laying will awaken a new
interest among those Miamians who so long ^"J^^t^
promises of a new community center, and ^ouse our es.dents
To the need for further intensive efforts to complete th.s under
taking of which this structure is the beginning.
The need for proper physical facilities for both Miami and
Miami Beach Y's is self-evident. It is a crying need. VVith a
Jewish population that places this community among Ae top
fifteen in size we are way behind in providing for our commu-
nities' inadeguacies.
May these ceremonies mean the launching of a course o.
outstanding and speedy progress and achievement for the
Miami Y. Mav it serve as an inspiration and incentive to:
immediate programs of construction by the Beach Y and other
worthwhile community projects.
din-
. ;.
mer.1
I the 1
Nominal '\ l.
anr Ii
Sam
HELLER WISE GREEXBERG
Final event in the Greater Mi- i chairmen of the United JevjaJ
.- Jewish Cultural committee's I Appeal. He recently concluded
I series will be a sympo- a two months trip to Palestim
The Jew In the World or q{
a, M,ami Beach Senior sjnce Glt,t,nb ,/ on*|
Xh""' 8t n3K Pr^hhi lU, ber of the Zionist Action^
darnel WS^B 5- ?*
and Hayim Greenberg.
Shcpard Broad of Miami Beach
will serve as moderator and
A Corn-

M Ber-
A Zinn mon. 1 I. c
ireer.berg. final
K
' I
Ralph I A tf, h
S -.lu-Zionist Organisation of Amer-.
x q R N head of the Isaac M. Wise' Tickets for the symposium nay I
n Cincinnati. He has be obtained at the Miami aodl
man of the United Pal- Beach Y's, the Bureau of Jev*
Council Against Intolerant* J
America and founder and Ion* I
editor of "Opinion He was sp. I
."I"" cial war correspondent in Soul
i Irving Lehrman as chair-for the New V(^ Pogt *
man sultant to the Office of Civiln
Rabbi Heller, vice president of Defense. uvl
Kraft
estine Appeal and one of the Education and local synagogus
THE SPOTLIGHT
From March 2nd to March 12th Miami will face the spotlight Habonim lo
focused upon it by American Jewry. For during this period we
will undertake the' largest fund raising campaiqn in our history.
The 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal for SI.309.741 will formally
get under way as the first campaign to take place anywhere in
the country.
In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, fund raising agent
for the Joint Distribution committee, the United Palestine Appecl
and United Service for New Americans, 51 other agencies will
be beneficiaries of the local drive. Included are ten Greater
Miami institutions and services, the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund
the Bureau of Jewish Education, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, Jewish Home for the
Aged, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Inc., National Council of Jewish
Women, and the Y.M. and Y.W.H.A.'s of Miami and Miami
Beach.
The Miami response to the United Jewish Appeal for S900.000
will be watched carefully. National leaders ieel that "as Miami
goes, so goes the nation" and with that in mind efforts to meet
the challenge have been redoubled. Success here will be a
fairly true indication of success from coast to coast. Failure
unthinkable, but a grim possibility nonetheless,doubles the
hardship abroad, will cost untold lives and will set the cause of
United Jewry back to the dark ages.
That Miami will set a prideful pace goes without saying.
Purim Comedy Show
S
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w ill be l f Wa-
ning,
Beth 1
:
5, II, Flo
: ..... i s
. Yvette
Prio B. ..
Bea ; : Linick
the |
Bet B "'' in
Blum, 1 the Ha-
bonin- ient.
[
TO CJA DRUE
TITO SCHIPA
A brief comment is in order with the appearance here of
Tito Schipa. *The artist has been the subject of local columns
and received a strong indictment on the air from Winchell.
The commentator minced no words in branding Schipa as anti-
democratic, connectina the family tie-up in a subsequent broad-
cast in further substan'iating his'alignment and conduct.
The local sponsors of the singer are greatlv disturbed by
the attack, fearing both failure of their proaram and charges of
sympathetic feeling and similar belief. We are confident that
the local sponsors of the artist do not share in anv way the
opinions nor approve the behavior of Schipa. They have of-
fered in contradiction letters refuting these accusations. These
refutations are extremely weak in view of the charges. If not
true, much more could have been shown to correct these con-
demnations of fascist sympathetic cooperation and alignment
Bilversteln, Monte Knuenbeif, Artel
i-*i tsiiinait, ii 11 si tad Dm
alit Rubin.
In Miami. Ell Sta 81*1
nnd Ban Emm i ''aptial
u .. \ I. > I
beater Lanky, M It hlnsky, Ual
Green, Max Mint* Zalls. Ihsl
dore BaJcowlu, i: Suaimu, Hull
Kaitibfrg*, Louis > >..::. Dwtaal
an.I la. ;i- I
(Continued from Page 1) ,-,,,., ,,,, of Dr. kfj
U'FDVFSDAY Oonton and I >i ret.
WB.UNZ.ounM chalrm. MtawI
"Sacrifice lunch meeting, ot. llllw. ,.,,..,.,.,, le tiuiSm
en's Kift unit to be held Ins unll In the -d Jewakl
,-. ,110- kii< ,-a Mrs Appeal for > On thf enol
at Ciros. 182, Alton id. mis t|........,.. i*,*.!
Stanley C. Myers will preside. Coleman, Jeromi R.&UM
THURSDAY -N' Mlchnoff. !-. id I
. .v, l;ij jHik Beltlln. A -, ^mpapl
Plumbing section of the build- ,,,,., ,u, ,, U,.,I1K ,,,, l
inc trades will hold its campaign fund*
dinner at 630 p m at the Down- f.-, f*-|
town club. Ben MarKowitz win ,_. ,,,r lh ,,,,,. ,..:, TonUm|
preside Jerome WT< l *j
Jewelry division under Herman {-- | ^|
51 : i will spcaK Rubin will hold a campaign din- cochalrmen of th, lud, il poop.
on "Tl V ner at the Shelborne hotel at
" Mai so p.m.
will sii The importance of continued.
Ha- support for local communal and On Palestine Muddle
',.ps will elfare organizations, as well as1 (Continued from p d
aid to Jews in Europe, was practice it followed at the Uafl|
stressed this week in a joint. of Nations.
include Yvett nt on behalf of the Com-
ity: Rubin! ,ll'.d Jowlsh APPeal bv pon board of deputies, comme ntnM
-.. tick. Kaplan and Jack Abbott, cocha.r- ; the breakdown of the UJI
,en of the campaign's vast met- talks reaffirmed the boardsptl
British Ask UN Aid
The Palestine committee of l
Pioneer Event Features
Musical Program
Arrangements have beer, com-
pleted for the concert and enter-
tainment which the Beach club
of the Pioneer Women's Organ-
Fel up.
Priced I ticket
Miss
Margu I" S. W. 14th
Kadimah Piano Recital
Scheduled For March
Tickets to the Bi
ceii have
gone on
" '.". tores
Tl i
il B
opolitan unit. icy that any solution of the ptel
"As urgent as the need for help' lem must be based on adherart
is in Europe, we can't afford to | to the mandate, recognizing *|
underestimate the needs of our, right of Jews to immigrate i
gencies," Kaplan and Ab- ; settle freely.
declared, pointing out that' In a White Paper on del*
nine institutions in Greater Mi-1 matters presented to Par^l
ill benefit from this year's by
11.309,741 appeal, which will be
[fi ially launched March 2. Of
in $130,189.34 will be used tion
Miami and Miami Beach Y's,
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
de Hirsch Loan Fund.
M Jewish Federation,
Brotherhood Rallies
Slated For Week-End
Climaxing Brotherhood Week
rallies will be held in Bavfront
park Saturday night and Fla-
, rmngo park Sunday night with
ization will sponsor 9 p.m., Satur- 3" ''omposer, as prin-
tiona. Fund and child rescue fund.' w &%% ^Tbifano
The musical program will in- representatives of civic and vet-
Miai Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
B, will b> | Jewish Home for the Aged. Mt.
Sinai Hospital and the National
. C mncil of Jewish Women.
Defense Minister Albert'
Alexander, the government *
that "in Palestine the presal
tion of law and order (u>*l
coming year) and the control J
presence of substantial force*!
illegal immigration requires *l
the three services'
fund.
elude folk songs by Arthur Wolf-
son, composer and singer, and
oti-.er selections by Mrs. Sor.ia
Ar.yuta Melicov will play the
piano.
Mrs. Lena Mintzes. JNF chair-
man, and Mrs. Ethel Dorf. child
rescue chairman, are in charge of
the event.
Refreshments will be served
following the program to which
the public is invited.
erans groups
Author of the "Sing a Song of
Caesar is
Friendship" book.
Kirp and Mrs. Mollie Kaufman, scheduled to broadcast over Sta-
tion WKAT at 7 p.m. Saturday
He will also appear at a,
blies in local schools.
In connection with Brotherhood
\Veek Caesar was the guest of
the Hollywood Jewish Commu-
nity Center last night. He was
introduced by Edmund I, Kauf-
man, national initial gifts chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal
Sholem Asch Honored
At B. & P. Evening
mthor
of -East Rivi an
will ...
^nuth Aliyah evening 1
nal W
and

at th
A
Sz
man will be gu, I
Chairman of the evening is
Frankel. A report on
the southeastern conferen ,
Hadassah is being prepar,
Miss Frieda Shiffman. vice v ,
dent of the division, who attend-
wUhendPark **
The metropolitan unit has been
split in two sections. Beach and
iuaded by Abbott and
respectively. The for-
ntly released from ser-
armed forces, is a
Beach attorney. Kaplan.
served on Greater Miami
tion budget com-
which drew up this year's
-. is president of the
n Y.
A ma ting of the division
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more than 8.000 names are listed
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Muni B-a-h an Sh#prd
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RIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947
'Jewishfkrldlrtr
PAGE FIVE
New Y Building on way to Completion to House Activities
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'er of athletic, cultural and social activities in
J is the Town "Y," whose new building (shown in
Jet s sketch) is to be completed at the end of June.
gffl of the cornerstone will be marked during
omes Sunday afternoon. Pictured inspecting
Progress are Ban Easen (in sweater), who U in
1 construction, and Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director of the "Y." In front of sign, at right,
members of the Miami Service league point to the
structure where women as well as men will participate
in the "Y's" activities. Above the sketch of the building,
nursery children are pictured with their favorite slide.
Around the fountain they lake time out for the pause
that refreshes. Below, the bunny that was pulled out
of a magician's hat for them gets all the attention.
Crucial point in a softball game is snapped on the "Y's"
athletic field. Other scenes show teen-agers at one of
their frequent dances and home campers at meal time.
These two pictures were taken in the old "Y" building
which was destroyed by fire several months ago.


PAGE SIX
JbifcH**#HL
FRIDAY. FEBRUapv,
Denver Luncheon Fetes
National President
When lv. Greater
Miami chapter, National H .me
for Jewish Cl Denver,
hold their annual donor luncheon
at th< :lt noon Tues"
dav, thev will iave as 1
guest Mrs, Fannie E I. rber, who
has been nati i
the Home was I nn l< I 40 >'< ars
She will be
Mrs Irving Miller, local |
liont.
Newi si U hnicolor (:'. ''
activities of the Home will be
sh .wn. Dr Nels tn Zivitz. I cal
nsultant t r the H me, will
speak n "Allergies .".i Asthma '
tainment will b< by the
tars
Mrs Sai IK Jt< i
10th av< an I Mrs Al i I Dub-
g W. Sev< will
acc( pi Sun-
day
Mrs Kirstein is *
man >
mittees include Mrs, Harry H.
n: Mrs
:M:- Lai
ns Mrs Siegel is in
gi : the s uvenir urnal
which will be disti ut< I I
lunchc n
Outstanding gu< -'-
Hy Fi t" Denver, mi
:' the national executive
and Joseph Haskell. Jerome L,
sfeld and Ralph -
ber of the New York
They will be a.-
their wives
In connection with Mrs L r-
s visit, the Miami chapl
planning a dessert lunch<
. : r at the Impei I
the Roney Plaza hotel Tuesday
' 4.
Mrs Edward L Cowen will re-
view the Broadway play. "I Re-
ber Mama," and Mrs I.
. sing Mrs H
and Mrs Mi rion B R -
event
During her stay'in Mian
r is the houseguest of M
. i Mrs. Sam Lul y
HEW
Till S
Labor Delete Speaks ^^} ^Zf'^
A, Anniversary Event Schedules Mee.m, ........
Mrs Paul Rafl a d hei com
J. Vii lsky, delegate of tn. ,....., the
' ia| hour wl ich will follow the
cently retui ed from E f the M
;er at the c Auxiliary e Jewish Home for
\.
5cheduled !1!" Tu'
: I < eetini '
.. ....... on od w Ci
S v. ire.
. m., Sur.da .-.. p s> ei will pre-
To Speak For Pioneers
A pale tine delegate of the Pio-
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-ive an eye-witnesi report of con-
ditions in the Holy Land at the
donor dinner which
ter Miami chapters will hold
March Hi at the Hi-lene hotel.
Henry Seiltin is chairman
of arrai gements for the ev/it
which include a musical program.
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Above, Wm. D. Singer,
center, campaign chairman,
discusses trade division so-
licitation in the Combined
Jewish Appeal for $1,309,741
with Ned Sail, left, and Her-
bert Scher, cochairmen oi
the trades unit. Left, Joseph
Gardner, one of the key
men under Sam Lachman
and Irving Franlcel in the
hotel division.
bove. leaders in the
pen's wear division scan
3e cards at a meeting
officers of the Greater
Bl Jewish Federation.
ed, left to right axe Lou
l. Mel Warshaw and
Her Bloom, chairman,
iing, David Byer and
Strelitz. At right
Jonas, another active
aigner in the hotel di-
at Miami Beach.
ren Sapovitz and Jean Fleischman, cochairmen of
-ith group at the University of Miami hang a poster
1 House, where representatives of six fraternities and
'orities met recently to review their part in the coming
They've pledged themselves to raise $2,000. Shown
cent luncheon for the liquor division are Aaron Leban
tuart Gordon, cochairmen. who are doing a tremen-
Bsk of organisation throughout Greater Miami.
Zionists To Campaign
For Southeast Camp
A campaign to raise $175,000
for the establishment of a youth
training camp will be conducted
m March by Zionists throughout
the South.
Plans for the campaign were
made last week-end at an admin-
istrative meeting attended by
southeastern Zionists in Atlanta.
Representing the Miami Beach
district were Jack Burris, S A
Goodman and Shepard Broad.
Broad was selected to proceed
with the formation of a corpora-
tion under the name of "Brandeis
Camp Institute in the Smokies"
following a report by Goodman
on the activities of a committee
which investigated camp sites
around Asheville, N. C. The cor-
poration will have the power to
make final arrangements for pur-
chase of a camp site.
Establishment of a regional
Zionist youth office in Atlanta
with Herman Plotkin of Augusta
as executive director was an-
nounced at the meeting. Plotkin
intends to visit Miami Beach in
connection with youth work in
the near future.
Abe Hamlin of Boston was
guest speaker at the delayed
Chamisho Osor B'shvat party
held last night by club one of
the Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion.
Great Tenor Voice of Our Age
IAX BART
Who has been acclaimed by critics
at "the jovial song star with
golden throat." will appear in a
recital of American, Italian, French,
Russian and Yiddish songs.

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iAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947
+Jenislinorfdrian
PAGE NINE
ISICAL COMEDY. OUNCE TO LAUNCH
SCHEDULE
uior Hadassah will start a
Spring season 8:30 p.m.,
lav evening at the National
] when the fund-raising com-
L presents "The Gold Coast
ts," a saturation of the ex-
It.ks of a winter visitor in
Ida.
titter, by Miss Eileen Cowen,
I musical comedy will be
led by the Misses Doris Al-
(Sonia Ziaac, Marion Cohen,
le Sacks, Shirley Pardo and
iCowen. Joe Pardo will sing
jjcialty number with mem-
[of Junior Hadassah.
bo in the cast will be mem-
:>f Masada, young men's
si organization. Miss Cowen
Kliss Florence Stein are di-
|rs of the show, which will
|llo\ved by a dance.
Jceeds from the evening will
ted for various Palestinian
let.-, including the Meier Sha-
children's village for or-
L solely supported by Junior
fcssah.
neral chairman of the affair
Iss Toby Cooper, assisted by
[Roslyn Kivel, program; Miss
nette Abrams, band; Miss
kh Slobins, ticket distribu-
Miss Florence Samuels,
linjj; Miss Shirley Pardo,
city, and Miss Lucille Ya-
decorations.
bkcts for the affair are $3.60
(couple and $2.40 stag. Miss
Albin, 1918 Liberty ave.,
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel,
[Washington ave., are taking
(rations,
|xt on the Junior Hadassah
da will be a membership tea
lay afternoon, March 2, at
home of Mrs. William Tara-
5225 Collins ave. Miss Al-
[ membership chairman, an-
icis that the unit will con-
;( house-to-house canvass
pi its membenfaip drive.
airmen are the Misses Flor-
[Samuels and Elarose Rogow.
fa.-hion show by models from
br Hadassah will be pre-
Id by the Misses Cooper and
en at the tea. Other com-
les for the affair are Doris
Iro, correspondence; Gladys
Br, telephone; Toby Cooper,
phments; Rosalyn Worth,
kse<.
[the end of March, the girls
hold a tea dance in conjunc-
with Masada. Another event
pe a swim tea which will cli-
the second membership
I on April 27. Final event of
kai will be the installation
(let and membership drive in
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Some of the country's leading
ping pong players will compete
in the fourth annual Greater
Miami table tennis tournament
to be held 10 a.m., Sunday, at the
Beach"Y," 1 Lincoln rd., under
the auspices of the U. S. Table
Tennis association, Randy Polan-
sky, tournament director, has an-
nounced.
Scheduled to appear in the "Y"-
sponsored ping pong meet will be
nationally known paddle wield-
ers like Willie Litfin, Irving Levi-
tatz and Louis Glass, as well as
tennis and table tennis stars from
the University of Miami.
Trophies and medals will be
awarded to first, second and third
place winners in the women's
singles, men's singles and men's
doubles.
Deadline for all entries is 6
p.m., today. Entry blanks may
be obtained at the "Y." Blanks
also have been distributed to
high schools, colleges and other
agencies. Additional information
may be obtained by telephoning
the "Y."
Emanon Club To Hold
Dance At Hillel House
Members of the Emanon club
will return to the Hillel house in
Coral Gables, 9 p.m., Sunday eve-
ning, for their monthly dance,
according to Nat Etkins, social
chairman.
A collegiate orchestra will pro-
vide music for dancing. Special
features of the evening will be
rumba and jitterbug contests. Re-
freshments will be served. Ad-
mission is 65 cents.
A skit entitled "A Trans-
former" was presented at a meet-
ing of the club Wednesday eve-
ning at the Miami "Y." Partici-
pants included Shirley Seitlin,
Zenda Weiner, Nat Etkins, David
Goldfine, Morris Popover and
Victor Rutansky, who was in
charge of the program.
George Sieget, vice-president,
presided in the absence of Sam
Kratish, president, who is on his
honeymoon.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
Dr. Daniel N. Home
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John C. Clark is president of
Hialeah Race Course, which is
acknowledged as one of Flor-
ida's leading year-around tour-
ist attractions. More than a
million sightseers visited the
track in 1946. Hialeah is kept
open between racing seasons as
a public park.
Says Palestine Will Be
World Culture Center
A prediction that Palestine will
become the cultural center of the
world was made by Dr. David S.
Andron when he spoke at the
Jewish National Fund meeting of
the Miami Hadassah Monday eve-
ning in Temple Israel.
Mrs. Irving Genet, pianist, and
the Jewish Folk Chorus, directed
by Louis Powesky, provided the
musical portion of the program,
the first event to which husbands
of members were invited.
Mrs. Harold B. Cohen, JNF
chairman, was in charge of the
program. Mrs. Joseph Carp pre-
sided.
Dr. Coleman Announces
Removal Of Offices
Removal of his offices to 350
Lincoln rd., Lincoln bldg., Miami
Beach, is announced this week by
Benjamin Coleman, M.D., D.D.S.,
who has been practicing here for
the past 15 years.
Dr. Coleman, who limits his
practice to exodontia and oral
surgery, received his M.D. from
Emory university and his dental
degree from Atlanta Southern
Dental college after studying for
his bachelor of arts degree at the
University of Alabama.
During the war, he served in
the Army for three and one-half
years doing plastic and oral sur-
gery.
Boys' Work Director
Confers With AZA Heads
Louis Goldstein of Atlanta,
B'nai B'rith director of boys'
work in the fifth district, arrived
in Miami yesterday to confer with
local B'nai B'rith youth work
leaders, according to Milton
Friedman, Florida B'nai B'rith
youth organization chairman.
Advisors of local AZA chap-
ters will meet with Goldstein
12:30 p.m., Saturday, in the Rose
room of the Downtown Club
restaurant to plan boys' activities
for Greater Miami.
Goldstein, who is touring the
state in connection with boys'
work, will remain here through
Feb. 24.
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"Between You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
COSTEMPORARY HISTORY:
The story of the late Pr<
Roosevelt's conferences with King
Ibn Saud. ruler of Saudi Arabia.
on the Palestine issue is now-
told in -Franklin D. Roosevelt."
an informal biography by
Hatch, published by Holt The
book relates how they met on the
American warship "Quincy" on
the semi-tropical shore of the
Gnat Bitter Lake Roosevelt's
choice of this place for his meet-
ing with Ibn Saud was typical
... He had been examining the
map to select a convenient loca-
tion His finger moved down
the line of the Suez canal and
paused at Great Bitter Lake .
In his resonant voice he quoted:
"And the Lord spake unto Moses,
saying 'Speak unto the children
of Israel that they turn and en-
camp before Pihahiroth. between
Migdol and the sea'.'' "What's
that. Boss?" his secretary, Steve
Early, asked him "Pi-Hohiroth
is on the shore of Great Bitter
Lake." Roosevelt explained, "We
will go there" Hatch tells ol
Roosevelt's desire to secure Ibn
I f Jew-
n P ""
B'ailini I I he want. I
tral Ibn Sau
thes irteous
but adamant refusal ... On other
matte s, such as
ments, he was '.-
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further r< vi al< d to h
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to the Ti
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pilot to fly low He n
all the landir
he had nevei been to Pali stint
Ik- i alle I then fl x
the '!'
the Wailmg Wall
Olives, the Dea I Si i,
I Jordan river "You know this
ntry as though you wen
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Schools Overcrowded
UN Rights Commision
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)The
United Nations Human Rights
commission this week began con-
sideration of ways and means for
effectively implementing human
rights and fundamental freedoms.
Col. W. R. Hodgson of Australia
proposed the establishment of an
International Court of Human
Rights.
Col. Hodgson said a declaration
of human rights by the general
assembly would not be sufficient.
The next stage must be a multi-
lateral convention obliging mem-
ber governments to incorporate
these rights in their constitutions
if they were not already there
There should also be an In:
tional Court of Human Rights to
ensure that the rights are ob-
served. Some asserted, said Col.
Hodgson, that international law
without sanctions was not effec-
tive, but the six hundred judg-
ments of the Permanent Court ol
International Justice had been
accepted without reserve. Neither
the International Court of Justice
nor the security council had juris-
diction to deal with human rights
cases.
Begins Sessions
PHILADELPHIA (JTA )A
survey of 75 Jewish school build-
ings, which is more than half
completed has already revealed
that the schools are over-crowd-
ed and contain fire hazards as
well as poor sanitation, poor
ventilation and many building
code violations. In addition, the
survey revealed that only half the
schools have sufficient seats for
all the students.
FATHERS HONORED
AT BROWNIE PARTY
In the tradil
spirit of Valentine's day. lt>
Brownies entertained their fath-
ers at a party held at the home
of Mrs Arthur M. Stone last
Wednesday evening.
Decorations and refreshments
wei e all in tht ipe theme.
The fathers received table place
cards which had been prepared
he gii Is in the form ol heart
shaped pictun les containing
each Brownie's picture.
G up dramatics were pn
ed by the girls, each hi' whom
later received a special Valentine
verse for her lather.
.Maurice Grossman, executive
tor of the .Miami Y. with
which the Brownies are
ated. was guest of honor and re-
ceived a picture of the enl i
Brownie troop.
Guests included:
Mr anil Mr: M
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thter Caryl, \i
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HOME FOR BABY
Unless they can find an apart-
roomwh. en are
refugee couple
now living m Miami will have
then baby is
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Their story w evealed to in.
Jew:.- i this week by
Mrs Can 'hr J.ew"
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utcher ai I I is 23-
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m ,, keep a re.
"Thej lon't want financial as-
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help they received from the
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to this coun-
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The young man self-
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last Jum i the
Before tl e war.
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changed all tl I
For their first few months in
ouple lived in New
Both woi ked at any jobs
they i i. Now the young
$41 a week as a
butcher and besides supporting
wife, he has
saved enough money to cover
loctor's expenses and to .-end
tl rce or four dollars a week to a
sister in Italy.
Although the couple is manag-
:. the husband's wages, they
will need clothes and a crib for
v. Mrs. Guerin sug-
gi sted that readers of The Jewish
Floridian might be able to help
out. The couple's minimum
on-.: g nee 1 are a room where
' i girl can prepare meals for her
family,
Readers who wisl to aid the
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West Flagler Match
Series Draws Interest
By GEORGE GALLET
The World's Championship
Two-Dog Match Race Series" be-
tween Flashy Sir, the Flagler can-
nonball, and Lucky Pilot, holder
of four world records, is draw-
in:; more interest than any grey-
hound event ever run in this
country.
The cyclonic speedsters are un-
questionably the two fastest rac-
ing dogs in the world today and
the match series has the same
touch of interest to the dog rac-
ing world as the War Admiral-
Sea Biscuit race had in horse
racing several years ago.
Which will win the complete
series, nobody can foretell, so
evenly matched are the two great
racing dogs.
Three races are being run at
West Flagler Kennel club and
three at the St. Petersburg track
and the purse for the match series
is SI0.000. the richest purse ever
put up for a greyhound event in
the South. The series is sched-
uled to come to a close March 8.
Eliminations in the $2,500 Nurs-
ery stake at West Flagler con-
tinue to go on. This rich puppy
stake will run through Feb. 28
when the championship final is
scheduled.
Bob Bell and My Barbara, two
pie-season favorites in the classic,
went well in the early rounds.
Bob Bell is a son of Red fork Tom,
which used to gallop wild at West
Flagler. He is owned by Bill
Ewalt and is one of the most
promising pups ever to come to
the Florida area. He's a great
stretch runner and dogmen pre-
dict big things ahead for him.
My Barbara also appears to be
h.ad.d for the big time in dog
racing. The flying female is
owned by the Ethel Jones ken-
nel and is a daughter of Minted
Money and My Joey.
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1IDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947
+Jmisti fhridSan
.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
PAGE ELEVEN
!
tPJtAicJthj, Qonfidenticd
(Copyright, 19, Seven Art* Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
iCHlDS FOR SUPERMAN
Those of you who don't have a Superman fan in the house have
en missing some thrilling radio fare And we're not kidding
, Bob Mexwell, young Jewish producer of the popular radio
lies, has given his show a powerful wallop against discrimina-
L and bigotry This is the first time that democracy has been
In n into the fabric of a children's network series as more than a
iinK reference to "tolerance" between commercials Orchids
Ivc been received from leading religious and educational groups
|well as from Homy Wallace, Fiorello LaGuardia, Senator Pepper
ex-Governor Ellis Arnall ... The payoff, for people who have
In afraid that democracy isn't "commercial," is that the Super-
program has jumped from fourth to first place among juvenile
bus. according to Hooper ratings.
ORTS NEWS
[Not so much surprised as sorry to see Hank Greenberg put his
ba< on the shelf Hank is a natural for a front office or
jjagi rial post with one of the New York clubs ... If you're near
back meet in which Irv Mondschein, NYU decathelon ace is
level, don't miss it Irv is one of the greatest all-around
Betes this country has ever seen Rated^ sure thing for the
18 Olympic games, the 22-year-old NYU soph lifts weights, heaves
discus, high jumps and sprints, to mention only a few of his
fents ... To top it off, he played a little basketball with the
l-nolch NYU five before the track season started
UD JIVE
Norman Grans, whose JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC opened
fourth national concert tour a couple of weeks ago, is doing a
Vific job of mobilizing band leaders for a drive against discrimi-
lon Leading musicians, including Artie Shaw, Tommy Dor-
Buddy Rich, Charlie Barnct, Colcman Hawkins, Count Basic
I the King Colo Trio, have rallied to Granz' call Granz him-
.i! heading the band industry's drive ... He has used a
^discrimination, non-segragation clause in his contracts for sev-
seasons .
POURRI
tuoro Infirmary in New Orleans, where Senator Bilbo underwent
, operation on his foul mouth, is a Jewish institution Named
ir a great Jewish hero of the War of 1812, who fought side-by-
wilh Andrew Jackson at the battle of New Orleans ... New
|; Times owner Arthur Hays Sulzberger's recent statement that
British wore justified in their occupation tactics brought this
W from one Zionist leader, "Why should he worry? His national
*land is ,n Wall Street." The Zionist Review is running a
?word puzzle in Hebrew Charles Luckman, 37-year-old
Went of Lev,-,- Brothers. Inc. (they make soap) is rumored as a
ate for the United States Chamber of Commerce chairman-
Moss Hart will do the screen version of "Gentleman's
lement for Twentieth Century-Fox ... The film is based on
ra Hoosons unpublished novel in which the hero, a newspaper
gned to investigate anti-Semitism, does so by posing as a
Here's a story almost as old as Hollywood: (this time the
>i characters consists of Arthur Miller, the author of "Focus-
Hie new Broadway smash-hit "All My Sons" and Warner
pers) It seems that Warner Brothers had Miller under
' a few years agocouldn't use him Now they're wav-
Iigure contracts under his nose .
Modern Zionist Thought
Slated For Analysis
Modern Zionist thought and
experience will be analyzed in a
series of eight forum lectures
which will be inaugurated at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Tuesday evening, March 4.
Sponsored by the center in co-
operation with the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Miami
Beach Zionist district, the series
will run through April 23 with all
but the first event scheduled for
Wednesday evenings.
Jack D. Burris, president of the
Beach Zionists and general chair-
man of the series, announces that
Zionism in American History,
topics to be discussed include
Arabs and Jews, economic poten-
tialities of Palestine, revival of
Hebrew culture, communal life in
Palestine, a symposium on Amer-
ican Jewish youth in Zionism,
the role of Palestine in American
Jewish life and ideologies in Zion-
ism.
To Honor Song Writer
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will
tender a reception for Irving
Caesar, well-known song writer
and publisher, at the Grossinger's
Pancoast hotel, Miami Beach.
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. Caesar, lyricist of "Tea for
Two," "Swanee" and "Just a
Gigolo" fame, will render selec-
tions from his latest song book
entitled "Sing a Song of Friend-
ship."
ENTERTAINS PATIENTS
Two hundred convalescent sol-
diers at Pratt General hospital
were entertained Monday eve-
ning at a party given by Mrs.
Alicia Tuttman of the Cadillac-
hotel, Miami Beach, and Deal,
N. J.
Second in a series of events
which Mrs. Tuttman is giving for
returnees at the hospital, the
party followed a program ar-
ranged by Anyuta Melicov, pian-
ist and director of a Red Cross
entertainment unit. Mrs. Tutt-
man sang two groups of English
and Spanish selections.
Mrs. Essie Bernard of the
Cadillac hotel assisted at the
party.
A campaign to obtain radios for
the patients has been launched.
Call 4-7485 for
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A goal of 500 new members
will be sought by Sholem lodge,
B'nai B'rith, during its March 15
to April 15, according to Michael
M. Isenberg, chairman.
Team captains appointed by
Isenberg this week to lead the
drive are Alex S. Cohen, E. Albert
Pallot, Milton A. Friedman, Nat
Hurewitz, Aron Freilich, Phil
Wallach, Lou Gordon, Nate Dub-
ler, Lou Heiman, Maurice
Cromer, Reeven Kalman, Ted
Sakowitz, Sidney Aronovitz, Abe
Aronovitz, Charles Breslow, Leo
Scheiner and Syd Hollander.
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LLYWOOD CENTER
> BUSY WEEK
rcd's Jewish Commun-
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Bn "! activities for the com-
ock.
bl Max Kaufman will
on "The Founding of Our
TV" over Radio Station
1 "' :i|) p.m., Sunday,
?ach party at Baker's Haul-
Vill be attended by the
leioup 7 p.m. Sunday and
toup will aiso meet at 8
hursday, in the center.
David De Sola Pool, for-
Blmnal president of Hadas-
n'l Mis. Israel Shapiro of
Beach will address the
rud Hadassah 8 p.m.,
affairs are a card party
Listen to the
'alestine
Report
V Sunday Evening
ptation WKAT
7:45 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH
FNIST DISTRICT
and social which the Ladies'
auxiliary will sponsor Wednesday
evening to launch its school room
drive and a general meeting of
the center Monday evening.
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PAGE TWELVE
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21.1
BEACH GIRL IS
REGIONAL PREXY
IN THE MAIL
Rabbis Offered Aid
To Veterans' Hospital
r> Editor: .
. somewhat surprised to
read in the column "Face Facts
Rabbi Heller To Speak
On Music Month Program
Rabbi James Heller, national
vice president ol the Zionirt Or-
Z fiS
>'"' spcakcr '") ltdedi
cated Mus,c M"nt
announc
the regional conference held by under way.
the young women's Zionist or-
ganization in Atlanta. Ga.
An attorney. Miss Frankel has
been president of the Gi
Miami unit of Junior Hadassah
since its inception more than two
[ volunteered to con- .,u. Temple Israel Chi
everj Sal s loists will be Josei Schreib-
Broward Notes
Mr and Mrs. D. C. Ferdinand
0f Hollywood celebrated their
35th wedding anniversary Feb.
16 with a dinner at the Radio
dub in Ft. Lauderdale Their
uests were their sons-in-law and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
White. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
BuniS. Also attending were Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Richmond of
Springfield. Mass.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfson,
Jacksonville, announce the birth
. ,f baby girl, Donna Lynn, Feb.
" Wolfson is the former
ed 1 gav ':- at the .,,,.
On this a ed by the Bureau of.
ducted the ^*JZf*gi
tainly tl is
is evidence of the de- inthecelel [ music month. Recent guests from Philadel-
- ago. In 1946 she served as
vice president of the regional
n which includes chap- ... not
ters .:. Florida, G and
Jew-
iunity to work with the
ta] in eeting the needs of
the Jewish men.
Some months ago I wrote a let-
.;-: in Boston of the
resent
with aims whii
.. up regularly
ft, sen ices t 1
,1
tation that 1
y auxiliary .
lied upon at any .
time if there were any S|
eeded at the hospital. u r Si
d we rightly as-
phia were Mr. and Mrs. A. Fine,
who visited their son-in-law and
laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ep-
stein in Ft. Lauderdale.

Temple Emanu-El was the
scene of the Feb. 1 wedding of
Anita Katz and Mr. Robert
S il ina.
Als i li I at the weekend
confer Miss Lucille Ya-
goda mi Beach, who was
named tary of
. gion. Third n f the
Miami delegation was Miss Gladys
Tepper.
Expar : Junior H
throughout the South will b<

Miss Frai tated upon hi i
turn : riferem e. Plans
are now in progress to form
well as i it uthern
mil
nee li
Regarding the specific case of
a veteran of the Jewish faith at
whose dealh a Catholic priest
administered. I hardly know at
whose feet to cast the blame for
this. I am only a quarter of a
mile from the Veterans hospital
and I know that I was not
called. Certainly, it would
seem that of the eight rabbis in
the Greater Miami area, one
might have been called. Every
member of the rabbinate would
have been anxious to serve.
Why wasn't a rabbi called?
I cerl it ne sys-
wrill be esl thai
Obituaries
OREL
V. an-l v
J. Jacobson. of Davton. Ohio. The
uple left for a wedding trip to
New Orleans. La., and will later
cohen i v v s''''' m Cincinnati where both
... s -tudents at the university
* there. The bride's parents, Mr.
: Mrs Mack Katz. entertained
at a reception following the cere-
mony at which Rabbi David Raab
ited. The bridegroom's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Jacob-
son. Davton. Ohio.
Pit
REALTORS TO PR^I
FIRST HOMES SHOW '
Over 200,000 South Flo,, li
are expected to view therN
Miami Better Homes sh^l
mg Saturday at Bayf^9*
auditorium. '
The 100-booth ttn* i
staged by the Create^ I
Council of Women ReaL\.
sponsored by the Miami H?
Beach and Coral Gabfifc
of Realtors, is the first ^
its type in this areat/H
voted entirely tn the home i* I
development and beautificS*
Admission to the expos*J,
free.
Architecture, building, p^J
interior decorating, kitcheTj
electrical appliances, bea^,
lighting, plumbing and 1001 oe I
home conveniences to de|"*
home owners and proa-SI
home owners will be '
the Feb. 22-March 2 exposij
with exhibits furnished by
standing South Florida manufj
turers and business houses
A complete two-bedroom hoot I
will be open for inspection 41
the famous wire recorder will I
shown.
LEGAL NOTICE
H

MIRSKY
>1

V
li
I! The Pompano Jewish circle will
. have their annual Purim party
'Feb. 23 in Pompano. Friends in
""I "' .mounding communities are in-
M. liiivln, ,
Vcici N. Saitz !. ^nea.

WILEN
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Trustworthy Service"
Representatives to thi pportunity
.nee pie lg I incn ast i support Jewish
for thi ".: S feyah villagi I piuls where
war orphans in Palestine whicl JewisI chap-
is wholly supported by Juni emergi ncies,
Hadassah. Miami's g I .. called upon to
the S200.000 national qu. I I Dr. Kaplan.
year is $2,000. Miss F f the Great
U ;'- :- M M R tion,
Frankel automatically bee at
Life Insurance Estates
Authontative'y Programmed
member of the national board of
tors Daughti ''. and
Mrs. M. H. Frankel 1853 Wash-
ington ave. Miami i'
ceived her A B. and LL B
from the University M
where she was president if the
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She
was chairman of the Miami Beach,
youth division in the 1946 Gi
Miami Jewish Federation cam-1
paign.
Mrs. Israel D. Shapiro, south-
eastern president of Senior Ha-
dassah. installed the junior of-
ficers at a dinner Sunday eve-
ning in Atlanta. Miss Zclda
Funk, national Junior Hadassah
president, described the World
Zionist Congress which she at-
tended at Basle. Switzerland.
rabbi ci needs of 1
Sincerely you
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* Jewish fknafiir
PAGE THIRTEEN
icil Women Discuss
lami Charity Drives
['Has Miami Too Many Charity
ivcs?" will be discussed by
fcrnbcrs of the National Council
Jewish Women when the
ami section opens Its second
um series at 2 p.m., this after-
bn.
[rs Nat Williams, president,
be hostess to the group at her
o, 114 Second tcr., San Ma-
island.
ublic Speaking As Listeners
I," will be the topic of Mrs.
Incy L. Wcintraub, director of
forum.
cfro.-hmcnts will be served.
public is invited.
htimoreans To Discuss
cal Charity Drives
ctivities of the Baltimore club
local charity drives will be
lined by Harry R. Sherman,
Edent, at a meeting to be held
Ihc Beach "Y" 8:30 p.m., Tues-
lairy Bressler, Yiddish theatre
jjcr formerly of Baltimore and
;, resident of Miami Beach,
produce and take the leading
in "A Singing Carnival"
|ch will be presented follow-
the business meeting. The
51,1111 is announced by Aaron
here, co-chairman of the
in welfare committee.
Kfrcshments will be served.
Baltimoreans are invited to
hd,
Gables Center Members
To Hear USO Pianist
Charlotte Davis, pianist, who
toured the battlefronts for three
years with the USO, will be pre-
sented by the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center Sunday evening,
March 2, at the Hillel house, 3306
Ponce de Leon blvd., according to
Dr. Leonard Glickstein, program
chairman.
Solicitation of Coral Gables
Jewish residents for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will be con-
ducted by the center, it was de-
cided Monday evening at a board
of directors' meeting.
One hundred and firty people
attended the centers Valentine
party Saturday evening when
Sidney Bloch was named "Miss
Coral Bagels of 1947."
A card party is being planned
for March 16 with Herman Rubin
as chairman.
BROTHERHOOD FORUM
Brotherhood Week will be ob-
served by the Spinoza Forum at
3 p.m., Saturday, when Dr. An-
drew A. Gottschall, Florida di-
rector of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, will be
guest speaker.
The forum, which meets at 124
11th st., Miami Beach, will be
conducted by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son.
Dr. Morris Schneer will address
the forum Monday evening and
Charles H. Lee will be principal
speaker Tuesday evening.
8 p.m.
MkfiSSION 25<
STEAM
IHEATED
i GRAND-
STAND
EDISON EXEMPLIFIED
AMERICAN ENTERPRISE
"Individual enterprise as exem-
plified by Thomas A. Edison is
the greatest asset of American
industry t o d a y," McGregor
Smith, president of the Florida
Power & Light company, told a
group of engineers meeting in
Miami Tuesday evening, Feb. 11,
to pay tribute to the memory of
Edison.
Sponsored by the Miami section
of the American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineers, the dinner was
attended by approximately 100
persons. Honor guests included
two Miamians who were closely
associated with Edison, A. Leo
Padden, 287 N. E. 90th st., who
was an assistant to the inventor,
and W. D. Avery, of the Florida
Power & Light company, who
operated one of Edison's first
electric generating plants.
Toastmaster was J. P. Hanley,
West Palm Beach, chairman of
the sponsoring group.
"The American people arc-
blessed with enterprise," said
Smith, "the enterprise that wins
wars and makes for individual
happiness in peace." He cited
the life of Thomas Edison as the
greatest example of individual
enterprise.
Describing Edison's early diffi-
culties, Smith said, "Mr. Edison's
original company in 1879 had lit-
tle more than hope to go on. It
had no product or services to sell.
Its greatest assets were 13 men
with faith and willingness to put
what they had into a business
venture that must have seemed
visionary.
"Mr. Edison's work was suc-
cessul because he lived in a coun-
try that not only stimulates indi-
vidual initiative but rewards it."
While Edison is popularly asso-
ciated with the incandescent
lamp, Smith pointed out that its
perfection was only one of many
accomplishments. Edison, he
said, perfected dynamos, genera-
tors, insulators, conduits, motors,
sockets, fuses"in all, more than
360 inventions necessary to the
generation and distribution of
electricity and affecting our lives
tremendously were among his
achievements."
Smith quoted from Edison's
last public message:
"Be courageous. I have lived
a long time. I have seen history
repeat itself again and again. I
have seen many depressions in
business, and always, America
has come out stronger and more
prosperous. Be brave as your
fathers before you. Have faith.
Go forward."
Rose Chapter Invites
Prospective Members
Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, is inviting prospective
members to attend an open
meeting at the home of Miss
Kmma Rosenberg, 3785 Chase
ave., at 8 p.m., Monday.
Held in conjunction with the
current membership drive, the
meeting will feature a program to
be presented by Miss Marilyn
Worth. Mrs. Norman Reinhard
will distribute copies of "Rose-
buds," the organization's news-
paper.
Miss Sylvia Tupler is chairman
of the membership campaign.
Caesar To Be Guest
At Men's Club Meeting
Irving Caesar, celebrated song
writer and publisher, will be the
guest of the Men's club of Temple
Beth Sholom at their open meet-
ing 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the
community hall of the Temple,
4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Of "Tea for Two," "Swanee"
and "Just a Gigolo" fame, Caesar
has just published a new book of
songs entitled "Sing a Song of
Friendship," which is dedicated
to international good-will and
brotherhood.
Alex Strauss, president of the
Men's club, announces that the
program will be dedicated to
Brotherhood Week. The meeting
will be open to the members,
their wives, guests and out-of-
town visitors.
The program was arranged by
George J. Talianoff, program
chairman.
Sadie Hawkins Dance
Planned By Beach Club
Daisy Maes and Li'l Abners are
preparing their Dogpatch style
costumes for the Sadie Hawkins
dance which the Over 21 club will
sponsor at the Beach "Y" Satur-
day night, according to Lou
Goldberg, chairman of the event.
Prizes will be awarded for the
best costumes. Weekly dances
are held by the club each Satur-
day evening.
The club will meet at the "Y"
Wednesday evening when two
new projects, a bowling league
and a dramatics group, will be
described for members. Louise
Cluck and Florence Siegel head
the two projects.
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Miss Siegel To Become
Bride Of Mr. Rodack
Miss Ida Siege] of Shrewsbury,
N. J., and 1666 S. W. 15th si
Miami, will become the bride oJ
Sol Rodack in a ceremony to be
performed in the garden of Rabbi
Moses Mescheloffs home 4 p.m.,
Sunday afternoon, March !.
Announcement of the ap-
proaching marriage i^ made this
week by Mrs. Nat Ti>k. who will
lie her sister's only attendant at
the wedding.
Following the ceremony, a din-
: i : and reception will be held at
the Harrison hotel. Expected
here for the event an- the bride-
elect's brother and sister. Milton
Siege] of White Plaii s, N. Y., and
Mi's. Samuel Newman of Shrews-
bury.
A graduate of Long Branch,
N. J.. High school, Miss s
attended Star of Sea Academy
business college there. Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rodack of
Key West, her fiance' att<
big. school in the Bronx and is in
the watch repaii and jewelry
business in Key W
The couple will ii A
bury Park. N. J.. after a honey-
moon in the N I
ft,
Trip To South America
Follows Beach Wedding
When Charles H. Gershcnson
of Detroit and his bride, tl e foi
n r Dons Fisher, made plans for
their honeymoon, it didn't take
them long to decide upon Hi" de
Janeiro. For although Mrs. Cei"
shenson has never been to South
America before, she has lyrn
thi Latins in manj rumba tunes.
The Gei i wre married
at the home of the bridegroom -
er, Mrs. Nee! Gershenson,
5146 Alton rd., by Rabbi Col
Zwitman on Wednesdaj a
neon. Feb. 12,
Mr, and Mrs. Willian Gershen-
son, brother ai d sister in-law of
the bridegroom, attended the
couple and Dan Fishe: oi New
York gave his sister in I
riage,
The Sea Isle hotel. Miami
Beach, was the scene of the wed-
ding dinner and reception for
members ;
i few ciosi Guests I
New York included Mr. Fisher
and the bride's mother, Mrs. Ann.,
Berrens, as well as Mis. Ros<
Gershwin, mother of the late
George Gershwin, an,! Mis. Cal-
vin Hiller, aunt of the bride.
Da :-.' tei ol the late Fn d
Fisher, a famous sent; wi itci. I i
. the writer of "Tampico," Hollywood studio. Her hu
"Good, G.....!. Good" and ot er \s (he .-on ol t e late v-,,i
TWPAY, FEBttn-,
MRS CHARLES II. GF.RS11F.SSON
Ned
band
Ger-
songs s i .- the only woman shenson ol Detroit.
song writer under contract to a After th< moon at the
Copacabana hotel in Rio, the
Gershensons will visit in New
York before returning to Detroit
m March.(Scott photo)
B'NAI B'RITH HONORS
DISTRICT PRESIDENT
L al B'nai B'rith members
will honor Isaac Gradman, fifth
district president, at a luncheon
at 12:15 p.m. Monday at the Na-
hotel, according to Harold
Turk, chairman ol the Metropoli-
tan council of B'nai Ii'i ,th
Solzbergs To Reside
In New York City
A honeymoon trip to Cuba fol-
i the wedding of Mi.-s Do: is
and Murray M. Solzberg,
ai e plannii g to make tl eir
in N \ York City,
After their wedding, Feb. in in
Oneg Shabbat of the Air
Pioneer work will be described
by Mrs Harry Faber during the
of the Air, 4:45
over radio Sta-
,. l he study ol Rabbi Leon Kronish,
(:adn an, who i> on an official .. ,
tour of Southern lodges, will re- ""' '" ;,' a recep
veal plans for the district con_ U"n in the Hotel Martinique.
vention to be held at Miami Beach The bride is the daughter ol
in June. He will remain here Mr and Mn Samuel Siegel, New
through Wi lm lay, York and Miami Beach, and her
rs of thi townand Beach hu parents are Mr. and
n have M H Solzberg of New
ttend the lunch- Yoik, Mt. Summit, Me., and
eon i
Shabbat
p.m. Saturday
tion WKAT.
Fourth in a series of broad-
casts sponsored by the Kadimah
chapter of the Pioneer Women's
organization, the program will
feature the singing of traditional
Sabbath melodies by Ruth Brot-
man, cultural chairman. Anyuta
Melicov will play several piano
selections.
Sidney Cotaj^l
Honeymoon In rw
Spending their ho .
Havana are Mr. and l**
H Cohen whose +
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Irving Lehrman J^I
morning. WeS
The bride, the former fwl
Bassine, was attended b, J
husband's sister, Miss I
Cohen of Ft. Worth, Tex
of honor. Her brother \
Bassine of Wilkes-Barre hM
best man. A luncheon .If*!
Bill's restaurant follow*
ceremony.
Daughter of the Solomon J
"ne"' 512 J2th st., MiamX
the former Miss Bassine ,2
schools in New York Jl
lived here for more than r.1
years. J
Her husband is the aonoifci
Cohen of Ft. Worth. A grab
the University of TexaTT
of Ft. Worth schools, he ittaZI
served with the infantry iBa|
rope for three years.
Miss Linsky Is MarrW
To Army Colonel
The home of Mr. and Mn.I|
Radoff, 4219 N. Meridian tj
was the scene of the weddajU
Miss Lenore Linsky and CoL AkI
Seff, Sunday.
Daughter of Mr. and Mis.mI
Linsky, Kew Gardens, RY.fcl
bride attended Kew Forest seberi,!
the University of Miami and fc|
Art Students' league.
Her husband is a colonel iifcl
Army at the age of 31. Soai'l
Mrs. W. H. Seff of BrooklJ
N. Y., and the late Dr. Seff, kl
was graduated from New 1'ntl
university and West Point. D*l
ing the war, he served ir. til
Pacific as head of an ar.ti-airau
battalion.
Families of the couple are |
nual winter visitors to Mia|
Beach.
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)AY, FEBRUARY 21. 1947
i i
jte Entrants Ready
Semi-Finals
Itrants in the city wide
Lm lodge, B'nai B'rith, de-
fcontest are preparing for the
I semi-finals which will be
fat the University of Miami
I week.
hcduled for 7 p.m. Monday
Tuesday in the law building
p.m. Thursday in the little
_<0 at the university, the
Lfinals will be judged by Je-
Weinkle, Sidney Aronovitz
)avid Hendricks.
.cuit Judge Marshall Wise-
land Judge W. H. Beckham
le juvenile court will assist
fleeting winners of the con-
iMarch 1. Finals will be
.cast over Station WGBS
10:15 to 11 a.m. that day
[the Mayfair theatre.
two victors will receive a
rip to Washington, D. C, as
as individual gold cups. A
bh loving cup to be known
fee B'nai B'rith citizenship
will go to the winning
Subject of the debate is
|ential succession,
ftpeting in the semi-finals
|be Richard Baily, Robert
Bonita Bachman, Phyllis
George Kolias, Anita
field, and Betty Jackson,
enting Andrew Jackson
school,
ni Edison High school has
Jack Monts, Aileen Han-
Joan Nielson and Bob Men-
bk Adel, Michael Tobin,
Pochaipin, Kenneth Tree-
I Norman Rossman, Morton
] Marvin Hoff and Jimmy
I will represent Miami Beach
chool.
de Leon has chosen
McCall, George Strehlke,
reeples, Thomas Lakey, Al-
jcCormick, Dennis O'Dono-
ifark Phillips, Peggy Deg-
Oiana Roesh, Tom Hale,
\nsley, Thomas McCreedy.
Ita Santana and Ann Marie
fry will represent Gesu
i Aronovitz, Murray Shear,
Tannenbaum and Jules
tein are the Miami Senior
chool representatives.
Okie is chairman of the de-
fhich is part of the activi-
the committee on public
lof which John Kronenfeld
krnan.
Jbers of the debate com-
include Milton Wasman
oe Tendrich.
+Jenisti fhcrldliari
National ZOA Officer
To Address Beach Group
PAGE FIFTEEN
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RABBI MILLER
One of America's leading Zion-
istsRabbi Irving Miller of Rock-
away, N. Y.will address the
Miami Beach Zionist district at a
special meeting called for 8 p.m.,
Wednesday, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center by Jack D. Burris,
president.
A vice-president of the Zionist
Organization of America, Rabbi
Miller is a member of the execu-
tive committee of the World
Zionist Organization and chair-
man of the administrative com-
mittee of the World Jewish Con-
gress.
The meeting, which will con-
cern the current situation in
Palestine, will be open to the
public.
MJOC Purim Celebration
Slated For Wednesday
Wednesday evening is the date
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Sisterhood will sponsor
its annual Purim celebration at
the Policemen's Benevolent As-
sociation hall.
Sidney H. Palmer is in charge
of entertainment for the affair
which is being arranged by Mrs.
Emanuel Karger, Sisterhood pres-
ident, and Mrs. Fred Ochs.
Other chairmen are Mrs. George
Solinger and Mrs. A. Sands, re-
freshments; Mrs. Bernard Simon,
fund raising project; Mrs. Max
Kupferstein, arrangements; Mrs.
M. Rappaport and Mrs. M. Mint-
zer, tickets.
Al Kneubler and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing.
VitecloAy c^ GAeoteA )7Uatru
8-30 on, Rn^PV^'w'wi 5?.9 p'n- LaU- Fl'ida-V n'Kht f"r"m.
Fedefwill ftnrf hMwschel" ,w' lecture on -Teamwork." Cantor
LsS the communal singing. Adult Sabbath service, 8:30
&ubi-ta v 'iI f ?,e5tr Sllvei'.' Rucst speaker, will discuss
his Bar Mit/v, l,'U'*,0TT?s Gera,d Se8al wil1 celebrate
bov IntormoHtt b' Mescheloft will address the Bar Mitzva
K"ddus^wVirbdZ^,nHlT' and a Statarh*,ri l'th Ju1'i'r groups by Mrs- Jost'Ph Brenner
on a bistcinood committee. Bib e study, 4 p.m with S Freed-
Xhlhe'Si wflirsn;\5:15 ,?m- f""<'wedPby-Sh!-;iosSSudostdat
6*30 p.m P ** PrtIon of the week- Maariv at
E. RadcovsS!LAH' 93S EuClic Miami Beach- Rabbi JosePh
ShaBbhdtayt,Mwh^w servicc'- 5:15. p.m., followed by Maariv. An Oneg
Rackovskv win nWkmC] ari.invii?d.! wiU be heId at P-"- Rabbi
von 9 am ThS Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second min-
5 Dm foUnwId hv QWniW,11cCTducJr.ihe s<-'rvites ^d preach. Mincha,
of the Zb nJi >S Sud'i;s- T,he rabbi wiH disf,uss the Portion
Minrh, m-' ^''y.^'V'ces, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in
utfand 5S&L* Ut 5:15 Pm- f1,0Wed by 3 ClaSS in **
NUREMBERG (JTA) Nine-
teen Germans, former members
of. the S.S. corps, were this week-
indicted in the town of Amberg.
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academy is located at the Y. M. H. A. Building.
coin Road. Miami Beach. Registration is now in
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v i M,ami- Rabbi Murray Grauer
R*hW P bn8' 5:45. P-m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m.
services J^1 lSeach "Building a Tabernacle." Sabbath
gj \ n ."u ,N'umaU Gamsc- son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
R?hM>W,H celtVbrate hls Bar Mitzva- Ho wi" be addressed by
H hv ch Juc"V scrlKL'\,10:30 am- Mir"-'ha, 5:30 p.m., fol-
with Mr, swn uUdo!\ B.ar Ml^va breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday
with Mis. rred Ochs as hostess. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m.
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RaKCKI5?RE^ATIONDBETH. DAVID' 13S N- W. Third ave, Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
rantnre m !2E ev?1to*L.erylces, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and
Rrnthorl?laTCu?S ,wllJ, ^"g*?- assisted by the choir. In view of
Rrlh!rW We^k-,Rabb' Shapiro will discuss the subject: "Is
Brotherhood a Fact or Farce?" A reception will follow in the
auditorium immediately after the services with Mr. and Mrs P J
firY %% 2P,?i Mr- and M/8, Albert Feinbeig have donated the
vice, R-TnrinlineTmHry fT,MrS- Feinber8's father. Sabbath ser-
vices, 8.30 am. Saturday During the services, Jerry Strcit, son
of Mi. and Mis. Murray Strelt, will become Bar Mitzva. Students
KB^ty:a\!nmSu!SayMitZVa ^^ ClUb spons'ed by the
BhJA*S kkEAC^ JFWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
Sloan, executive director.
Friday evening service, 5 p.m. Laie Friday evening services.
?'15J-mn Rabb' Lehrman will preach on "The Road to Brother-
hood. Cantor Goldring will chant the service assisted by the choir
Saturday morning service, 9 a.m. The rabbi will preach on the
weekly portion of the law. Bruce Heath, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Heath will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva break-
last, 9 a.m. Sunday. Dr. David S. Andron, program chairman and
membership drive chairman for the Miami Beach Zionist district
will be guest speaker.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall
director of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will speak on "BrotherhoodAn Adventure."
Temple Beth Sholom's annual community service award will be
presented to John D. Montgomery by Thomas O'Hagan DuPree
chairman of the award committee. Sabbath service, 1045 a m'
Saturday. Jack Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzva.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19lh st., Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will conduct
the service and preach on "What Can One Get Out of Attending a
Religious Service?" Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan will sing the
solo during the services. Members of the Sisterhood who will be
hostesses at the reception following the services include Mrs. Max
Meisel, chairman of February hospitality, and Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs.
Isaac Kaufman Mrs. Isaac Joffe, and Mrs. Henry Green. Mrs Max-
well Hyman will light the candles. Sabbath service, 11 a.m. Satur-
day. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the portion of the week.
TEMPLE EMANUEL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
in the traditional spirit of brotherhood, the Rev. Clarence C
Stauffer of the Croissant Park Christian church will address the
congregation on the theme of "BrotherhoodPattern for Peace"
The Rev. Stauffer is president of the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Minis-
terial association. Rabbi Raab, who has recently been elected a
member of the association, will conduct the service and introduce
the guest speaker. Men and women of all faiths are invited to
attend.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Kaufman will speak on
"The Modern Tabernacle." A card party will be held by the Ladies'
auxiliary at the Center, 8 p.m. Wednesday, for the benefit of the
drive for a classroom.
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Brotherhood Theme
Complying with President Tru-
man's request that the ideal of
Brotherhood be stressed at all
times, Temple Israel Sisterhood
has sent out invitations to mem-
bers and their friends of all
faiths to attend the second an-
nual interfaith tea at 2 p.m. Mon-
day, March 3, at Temple Israel
auditorium.
Keynoting the event will be
Dr. Andrew Gottschall, director
of the Miami Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, who will speak
on "Brotherhood." Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein will discuss four recent
best sellers on the life and per-
sonality of the late Franklin
Delano Roosevelt, written by his
son Elliott; Dr. Ross T. Mclntire,
his personal physician; Mrs. Fran-
ces Perkins, and Louis Adamic.
Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan
will present a program of songs,
with piano accompaniment by
Miss Fiances Tarboux, choir di-
rector. A social hour will follow
to permit members and guests to
meet and visit over a cup of tea
in Kaplan hall.
The March hositality commit-
tee, headed by Mrs. Wm. D.
Singer, will be on hand to greet
visitors. Mrs. Isaac Levin, pro-
gram chairman for the day, will
be assisted by Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer, refreshment chair-
man, and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman and
Mrs. Harold Spaet presiding over
the tea table.
Committee members are Mrs.
Max Orovitz, Mrs. Bertha Lach,
Mrs. Frank S. Cohen, Mrs. Her-
man Marks. Mrs. Esther M. Love-
man, Mrs. Edward Oxenberg. Mrs.
Sol Magnus, Mrs. Ned Sail, Mrs.
Alfred A. Morris, Mrs. Sam Luby,
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Harry
Nevins, Mrs. William Lehman,
Mrs. Louis Mendelson and Mrs.
Max Marks.
Members of other religious
groups and visitors of all faiths
are invited to meet with Sister-
hood members on this occasion.
A "Milohig" Soup Cake
What will they think of next?
Soup Cake! Sounds a bit unusual
but it's a home-maker's boon, when
she wants something new and
interesting for an extra special
"milchig" meal. Try
Tomato Soup Cake
Cream thoroughly
m cup shortening
l'i cups sugnr.
Beating well, add
2 eggs.
Combive
1ll-oz. can 'Condensed Cream
of Tomcto Soup, undiluted
4i cup water
1 teasnoon baking soda.
Sift together
3 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon bo' i:: powder
l teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon cloves.
Add the soup mixture and sifted
dry ingredients alternately, stir-
ring after each addition. Pour into
a pan (8Mi"xl2Vj"x2"), greased
with vegetable shortening or but-
ter. Bake in a moderate oven
(860* F.) for 60 minutes. Frost
with Cream Cheese Frosting
(recipe below).
Croon: Cktasc Fretting
Beat with rotary beater until
smooth
1 pacl.cpc (3 oz.) cream cheese.
Ao:l, a:::\ eontintu beating until
well blended
l',i cups coniectioners' sugar.
Add
% tablespoon butter
% teasporn vsnilla.
M^ fc, 1! -!; :,& ly i\, l/mot /
Orthodox Jtuiih Co.lgrt$*tioni 0/ Awlci.
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President Truman *'/'SlE!*to
Immigration Problems with J.W.V. cww--------
President Truman was urged to continue hi. "diploiPtlk ramrt .
behalf of Palestine by Millon H. Richm.n, National Cmui.n.l.-r af I
\far Veteran, on the occasion of a While Bmm Vl.it *hrn ktWRlW
J W V'a O-llilude to the Prdident for "his repeated anWarv of a j.
solution pfthe Palestine question." Commander Rihm.nl.pngd **
President", effort, in behalf of displaced person, and urged that/lie U. S.
mtke "ejusling immigration quoUf available for immediate use.
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times a day.
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tells 1
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Boston.
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nexl meeting oi the Ben Gurioi
brand Sunday, in tl e
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY oi .
"rJnteTm^n Talks To JNWAI Meeting. The^u?
Next For Town AJC
Election of a nominatm. J
mittee will be held at ^
ing of the Miami Wom**
sion, American Jewish &**
1:30 pm. Monday, ijft
Dr Isaac Unterman will be
quest speaker at a meeting of
?h. Jewish National Worker,
.Uianc. 8 p.m.. Monday, at the
Beach "Y-" The Publ,c ,s
vited to attend free of charge.
Gen. Gavin To Spark
Red Cross Kick-off
Kukoff mooting for Dadc
county Chapter*! 1947 American
Cross fund campaign will
take place at Hotel Alcazar, Tueij.
dav evening, with MaJ.-Gen
M Gavin, commander of
the famous 82nd airborne divi-
sion, as gueal speaker.
General Gavin, now stationed
at Fort Bragg. N. C. participated
i- nearly every American offen-
sive in Europe, including the bat-
the bulge and the fight for
the Anzio beachhead, and led
t jumps in the invasions of
Sicily, Italy, Normandy and Hol-
land. A graduate of West Point,
| previously served with the
army as an enlisted man.
The kickoff mooting, to be at-
tended by an estimated 200 fund
ra and key workers, will
launch the local Red Cross cam-
paign to raise S301.000 for Red
Cross activities in Dado county.
Mrs- Joseph F"ine7preS2j I
Cards, mah jonge and i
ments will follow tllj*
which the public is invhj""
Tuesday evening's tier'*-.
of -The Male Anirnt?^
Ring theatre of the Univerdt
Miami will be sponsored b/,2
chapter. Mrs. Mark KanK
chairman of the theatre party ':
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vi .1 meetings in
this area, but his fund n
fined to the- Ha-
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UDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1947
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
UtRDIAC HOME HDDS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BUILDING
By HITA GROSSMAN
Irhere's a brand new building
lt ";,t the National Children's
Xrdiuc Home where the kiddies
Ell see movies and learn how to
Tok and sew and paint and de-
Hop their own pictures and do
n sorts of things to keep them
Ly and happy while they fight
leumatic heart disease.
iMadc possible through a gift
tSlOO.000 by Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
I Cohen of Miami Beach, that
fw building, the Melvin Cohen
Cnorial hall, will be formally
IdnaUd as the home's occupa-
In;,l therapy center at 2 p.m.
norrow.
n( visited the home when the
Wan structure was just about
lady (or the fixtures and furni-
Ire'to be installed. Harry Saf-
t, NCCH president, furnished
L building for us verbally.
|H<- described the music room
here Irving Fields, composer-
jinist, will give lessons to the
Lichen as his contribution to
lo home. Across the hall, the
fts and crafts room and its adja-
Int photography dark room will
Jcupy the hands and minds of
her youngsters whose bodies
ust rest.
[The older girls will probably
end most of their time learn-
the intricacies of cooking and
Erii g in the domestic science
Ion. whose stove, refrigerator
Id deep freeze unit will come in
Indy when the girls and boys
km to have their own parties.
[Their first party will be at 5
Vn. tomorrow after the dedica-
pn ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs.
phen, for whose son the build-
\e is named, will celebrate Mr.
Chen's birthday with the chil-
ler) and members of the home's
lards of trustees and governors.
por the home's future Kather-
Cornells and Van Johnsons
ere'- a modern theatre in the
tter of the Cohen building.
Three hundred portable seats are
stored under the stage. Mr. Saf-
fer told us that the sound projec-
tion room will be completely
equipped for movies and that the
walls and ceilings of the audi-
torium were specially constructed
to assure good acoustics.
At the side entrance of the
theatre ramps will be installed so
that patients who aren't supposed
to walk may be brought from
their rooms in wheel chairs. Ar-
cades are to be constructed be-
tween buildings to protect the
children from inclement weather.
Ambulatory patients attend
school at Kinloch Park Elemen-
tary across the street from the
home. Bed patients received
private tutoring from Miss Dor-
othy Lightman who teaches Jew-
ish subjects in addition to the
regular studies.
Everything at the home has
been planned for the happiness as
well as the health of the children.
Walls at the entrance to the
theatre were built for aquariums.
One special room in Cohen hall
will be the children's own. li-
brary. Several typewriters will
be available to the older children.
There are 51 boys and girls
between the ages of 5 and 14 at
the home now. They live in four
cottages made possible through
funds collected by NCCH auxil-
iary chapters and through endow-
ments. Miami's own Dade chap-
ter (of which Mrs. Gertrude Lachs
is president) provided the first
unit in 1940. Opposite the Dade
cottage is the Jacob and Simie
Diesenhaus hospital unit. Con-
necting twin cottages were do-
nated by the Manhattan, New
York, chapter and the Mary Rieh-
ter league of Brooklyn. Built at
a cost of approximately $27,000,
each unit is heated and has its
own kitchen and porch.
We were told that rheumatic
heart disease usually affects peo-
ple under 25 years but that most
victims are between the ages of 6
and 20. There are more boys
than girls at the home now, but
the disease hits both sexes alike,
we learned.
Miami was selected as the site
of the home on the principle that
there is less occurrence of upper
respiratory diseases in this cli-
mate. Children of all faiths from
all over the country are cared for
at the home which asks that pa-
tients remain a minimum of about
two years.
Floridians who are stricken
with the disease aren't neglected.
A weekly clinic is held in the
Rose Rothberger research labora-
tory for such patients. Three
local physicians assist the home's
resident doctor at the outpatient
clinic each Wednesday when be-
tween 15 and 20 children come for
treatment. Besides the resident
doctor, 11 nurses and a laboratory
technician compose the perma-
nent medical staff.
Dental equipment is soon to be
added to the laboratory which
now contains an X-ray room and
other modern facilities, enabling
the staff to conduct its own tests.
Lou Schneider, the original donor
of the laboratory, will underwrite
construction of the dental room.
Also scheduled in the home's
expansion program is the en-
largement of the main kitchen in
the administration building which
is the nucleus of the 10-acre de-
velopment. In addition to the
kitchen, the administration build-
ing houses a large dining room,
residents' quarters for the staff,
offices and a cheerful lobby with
a piano and library.
Less than 10 years ago, that
one building was all there was of
the National Children's Cardiac
home. Today, 4250 W. Flagler
st. is "Mending Heart Village"a
city in itself.
Ask Discrimination Ban
TORONTO (JTA)The Civic
Legislation committee of Toronto
has unanimously adopted a reso-
lution calling on the local police
commission to amend its licensing
laws to prohibit discrimination in
places of amusement. The action
followed the refusal of the man-
agement of a local skating rink
to admit a Jewish child.
Ill tlltll RACE Nil km:
PRESENTS
m Saturday, February 22nJ
Tl.il famous handicap classic it for Port Time. Fil Race, 2 p.m. Da.ly Double
tkree.year.oldi and upward at one mile closes 1:45 p. m. Crand.tand: $1.50,
and a quarter for a $50,000 added purse. Clubhouse: $3.00. No minor, admitted.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT,
IN AND POR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CIIA.NCEKV,
No. 106801
MART IU Kill., Plaintiff,
vs.
PHILIP RUEHL, Defendant.
TO: MR. PHILIP RUEHL
l 36 s. Wellwood Avenue
Llndenhurst, N. v.
SOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
to file an appearance In the Above
divorce action on or before March 14,
1:* .7. otherwlae a Decree Pro Confeaao
win be entered agalnsl you In accord.
an.-.' with tile laws of the State of
Florida.
DATED this 12th day of February,
AD. 1947.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V. BTOCKINO,
I leputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorney for iMalutirr,
Ms Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
2/14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
kUBineaa under the fictitious name of
L.YNN PARK HOTEL, at 27-2:. N. E.
4th street, .Miami, Fla., Intend to rear-
later laid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Omit uf Dade County. Florida.
JOHN SCHWARTZ
I.II.MAN SCHWARTZ
SAMUEL WE1NBERQ
ELAINE WE1NBERQ
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
2/1 1-21-28 8/7-14
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
tho undersigned, deHiring to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
SURFSIDE QUALITY MARKET, at
9538 Harding Avenue, Surfslde, Dade
County, Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Olrcult
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN AHRAMS
KEHA ABRAM8
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants,
Congress Bidg.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin. undersigned, dealring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TURCH1N INVESTMENT CO.. at
1326 15th Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
ROBERT L. TURCHIN
BEN TURCHIN
QERTRUDBTURCHIN
WALTER O. KOVNER.
Attorney for Applicants.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE IS IIERKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FAKMSIDE TRAILER PARK, at 8500
Dlsiaynu Boulevard, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
If W, MERTENS '
LUCILLE J. MERTENS'
WASMAN A SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicants.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DETROIT DELICATESSEN, at 188 W.
Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
J.UMIS KRASNER
HARRY SHAPEN
MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants,
2/7-14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, SAMUEL BLANK,
11. F. COYLE, ELIZABETH BLANK,
THERESA MILLER. RiiSE BLANK
KRAMER, MARION FREHL1NU.
MICHAEL BLANK and JEROME
BLANK, as co-partners doing busi-
ness under the fictitious name of K-A
DISTRIBUTORS, at 6!I0 N. W. 13th
Street, Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said fictitious name in the of-
fice of file Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
* SAMUEL BLANK
H. F. COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, 1IEIMAN & KAl'LAN,
By LOUIS HE1MAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/31 2/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaga In
business under the fictitious name of
HE HOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia
Avenue, Coral Gables. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
STANLEY J. BROMBERQ,
SILVER. KAPLAN & ^^"^
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DADE DEPARTMENT STORE, at
. ..,8, ,.-7,h Avenue, In the City
of Miami. Horidn, intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Cosrt of Dade County. Florida.
JACK A. OILMAN
MAE OILMAN
AltoXoviTZ. WEINKLE
& ARONOV1TZ,
Attorneys for Applicants, i
748 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Fla.
2/7-14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE STYLE SHOP, at 1730 N. W.
56th St., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN.
_____ Sole Owner.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAl'LAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JUCE RICH CO. OF MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA (not Inc.), at 742 N. W. 62nd St.,
intend to register sayl 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
I.ABELLH APARTMENTS, at 119J
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.
GEORfiE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicants.
1/24-31 2-7-14-21
At one time or another most of us be-
come upset and jittery due to over-
wrought nerves.This makes us irritable,
restless and wakeful. You can't do your
work well the next day, if you toss and
tumble through the night and don't get
the rest you need. At such times why
not do as so many thousands have done
for over sixty yearstry
Miles NERVINE
Miles Nervine is a mild but effective
sedative that helps soothe overwrought
nerves and permits refreshing sleep. It
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lave it on hand and be
prepared next time tense
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you awake or make you
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
ocKAN CREEK APARTMENTS at
..970-5980 Indian Creek Drive. Miami
Beach, Ha., and Intend to register the
said fictitious name In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
SAMUEL WEINER
BELLA WEINER.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.80" "^^
Attorneys 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
II.W'S MEN'S WEAR, at 176 W
Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
AARON E. FREILICH
RONALD V. KENT
1/24-31 2-7-14-2L
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ESSSJJ.vJBflSL ,hc fl<-">'-* name of
BISCAYND TRAILER SALES COM-
'ANV a,,7n;i7 >' B. Second Avenue,
Miami, Morida. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WASMAN & SILVER!'3"
2 '14,-2L28y;/7f0ir4A"PllC*nt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
{he undersigned, desiring to engage in
I GLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY st
f.def,3rU/StreeI' Mlaml Beach norlda
cwu to register said name with the
JOEL P. NEW^A^T BRKXT
Attorney for

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARYj>i ^
HITLER COULDN'T STOP jl IBT
The saga of "rags to riches' is
Jan Baft's story of his struggle
to fame from the time he was
born in a haywayon in Poland
during the terrible days of the
pogroms in 1919 to Feb. 23. 194,.
when Jan will be presented in a
concert of American. }}*}]an-
French, Prussian and ^lddi-^n
Bongs and a mixture of satirical
and dramatic impressions featur-
ing a costumed and staged version
of "Kol Niche." The event will
be held at the Ada Merritt Junior
High school.
Jan comes from a musical fam-
llv. his father having been the
Violinist for the Czar. After win-
ning a six-year scholarship to the
Berlin Conservatory of Music.
Jan was barred from the school
In the midst of his studies along
With 158 other non-Aryans at the
time Hitler rose to power.
Arriving in America. Jan
shined shoes and sang in
(he was a cantor .at the age of 12)
to earn enough money for voice
lessons. In the same synagogue
choir was little Pincus Pearlman.
now internationally known as the
famous Met Opera star. Jan
Peerce.
After he appeared on ''
Bowes' program. Jan's career was
launched. He travelled 285.000
miles touring the country with
the Major's outfit. He then be-
came well known in the night
clubs where he was hailed as the
male Kate Smith, having the
widest voice range of any tenor
in the country. From excerpts
of "Pagliacci" to the -Girl That
I Marry" is no feat for Jan. and
his rend;:: x ',
H
quart,
writte.
to several i
published,
ers. cai
and at one tin* '
which
R sevelt d I Mai
Tan has given n
.
recent i l
arranged for 1
hospital on New Y< -
whuh G
sonallv tl Him An I
thrill of his lifi I
ent Roos t at I
Jan v.
Si is*
E
luc< I to the late 1
I
Saul""'
Jar.
bins v.
I!
Hall
tured contralto for i
In t span f 29
Jan 1
and si
and H
[
ncerl :
estau

and thi Box in Mi;
Interfaith Lectures Set
Second in a Si :' lectures
sponsored by the National Con-1
ference of Christian.- and Jews in
cooperatior. with the Univei
of Miami will be presented by the
Rev. Cyril W. Burke, O.P..
resentative of t.-.e Catholic :
The Rev. Burke, who is pro-
fessor of pilosophy ar.c religion at i
Barry college, will speak at the
University theatre. 8:15 p.m.,
Monday.
Rabbi William Rosenblum
Temple Israel. New York city,
will deliver the concluding li c-
ture March 10. Dr. Paul N. El-
bin, president of West Liberty
State Teachers' college of West
Virginia, opened the interfaith
series Monday evening.
Quigg Files For
Commission Election
H. L- sin Qu
.
te to file 1
n electioi
4.
M ::".i in
1900. i lief off and
total ot about 15 years, He
I :n office two
din-
ing a bus strike.
Fifteen Couples Attend
rs
theif : M <
dent,
. Mrs
A,.If.
nd Mrs I- uis K en tj M

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Mrs H 1 Stoi : wrs,
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Dr. and '
M Abi
Mrs t
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
JUDGE
HENRY L. OPPENBORN
GREETINGS
Tc Our Many Jewish
S. I KRESS
Aged Home Residents
Seek Sewing Machine
Residents of th. Jewish
Home for the Aged may b* past
their working days, but they re
still ambitious says Fred Hol-
land, manager of the home.
Right now they're anxious
for their workshop to be
equipped so that they may start
on handiwork projects. Sow-
ing, weaving and punting ate
just three of the activity
planned for the oldsters.
But until a sewing machine is
obtained, the women won't be
happy. That's why Holland is
sending out an appeal to read-
ers of The Jewish Flondian.
Holland may be contacted at
the home. 335 S. W. 12th *.
To Our Many Fri.ni,
We wuh
A Met Happy Bro1hwhoc4
Electrix AppliancQ
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GREETINGS
for the .,
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5100 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-5133
'if
ACOLITE NEON
SIGN CO.. INC.
Repairing Repainting
RemovingErectingAnd
GENERAL SIGN
MAINTENANCE
410 S. W. 3rd Ave.
I 2-5334
Phone 5-7111
ENFIELD'S
SHOP
To All
Best Wishes
NELLIE E. BRENNAN
REAL ESTATE
404 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-1953
Cor. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
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HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
P D N Y B A R
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
GRILL
639 N. W. 7th Avenu*
OPEN NITE & DAY
"Just Good Food"
i1
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To Our Friends and Patrons
'S
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD
W. A. GLASS
BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
WITH TROPICAL TREES
AND SHRUBBERY
BISCAYNE TROPICAL
GARDENS NURSERY
10730 N. E. 6th Avenue
Phone 7-4088
GEO. B. HAEGER, Proprietor
of MIAMI BEACH. Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
EMPLOYERS
SERVICE
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Service
ng only better firms.
: nel. All types
help. Industrial help.
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HERMITAGE HOTEL
420 N. E. First Avnue Phone 2-9119
GREETINGS
INDUSTRIES
"A COMPLETE LINE OF
BUILDER'S SUPPLIES"
Miami Miami Beach
Oju Ft. Lsuderdale
EDWARD'S
Service Station
MECHANICAL REPAIRS
CAR PAINTING
TIRE RECAPPING
BATTERY SERVICE
1380 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 3-1661
ALLAPATTAH
CLEANERS, Inc.
1866 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 2-6411
DRY CLEANING SERVICE
THAT SATISFIES
GREETINGS TO ALL
MORRIS KALER
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
1200 N. W. 22nd Strut
PHONE 2-5197
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BROTHERHOOD
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COMPANY
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Uy, FEBRUARY 21, 1947
CROSS NAMES
Jht KEY WORKERS
fcht additional key workers
added this week to top
ncnts in. the annual Amer-
ced Cross fund campaign
kad' County Chapter.
[poir.tment of Joe H. Adams,
fc Bishop, Dave Bosworth,
Id D. Steward, H. H. Wood-
fc Jr., Rowland Saunders, Dr.
Bs Goodman and William D.
was announced by H. H.
dr. fund campaign chairman.
bvuill be among the 22 divi-
leaders in the Red Cross
ly-w'idc drive to raise $300,-
eginning March 1.
j&ms, manager of the El Co-
tro hotel, will direct the divi-
fcoliciting from Miami hotels.
KH be his third successive
Tas chairman of the hotel
Ion.
fciop. president of the Retail
nants association and owner
shop's Men's Wear, will di-
Isolicitation of firms which
benibers of the association.
j public service division will
indled by Dave Bosworth.
Iteian of previous Red Cross
|ajens, Bosworth heads this
Ion for the fourth consecu-
Jrear. He is Miami district
Igor of the Florida Power &
TCo.
Iward is chairman of the in-
and construction division,
her veteran Red Cross cam-
|cr, he is a member of the
lectural firm, Steward &
her.
national firms division will
laded by Woodsmall, of the
li Agency, Inc., insurance,
|will solicit from local busi-
; which are units of national
He is president of the
Dade Youth foundation.
bding the Miami business
on will be Rowland Saun-
| vice-president of Burdine's
I member of the Dade County
er's board of directors.
his leadership will be the
risibility of soliciting of ap-
piately 750 Miami business
|rns, covering all firms not
contacted by special divi-
ids of business divisions for
li Beach and Coral Gables
pnnounced were Dr. Morris
nan, vice-president of Mor-
.. Department Store and
|ent of Goodman's Lincoln
1 William D. Fuller, man-
the Coral Gables district
Florida Power and Light
*'Jewisii fkrlrf/atr
Mrs. Grossberg Joins
Seitlin Insurance Firm
Association of Mrs. Frederick
Grossberg with the Seitlin and
company, 406
Congress bldg.,
i s announced
today by Sam
Seitlin, presi-
de n t. Mrs.
Gijossberg, who
recently re-
ceived her
state insurance
broker's li-
cense, is a
graduate of the
University o f
Miami and at-
tended the
university's law school. She is
president of the Greater Miami
Alumnae association of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority.
PAGE NINETEEN

Health Haven Has Unit
For Treating Alcoholism
A unit devoted exclusively for
the treatment of alcoholism is
maintained in addition to gen-
eral clinical facilities at the
Miami Health Haven, recently
opened at 2627 Biscayne blvd.
Treatment given at the Miami
Health Haven is not a "sober-up"
procedure but a complete non-
narcotic treatment for alcoholism
given over a period of five days
in an atmosphere conducive to
rapid recovery.
During treatment, the typical
symptoms of alcoholism soon dis-
appear and the patient's tremors
are replaced by steadiness and
a craving for food instead of
alcohol.
Upon discharge, the patient is
in condition to resume his work,
but is asked to consider affilia-
tion with "Alcoholics Anony-
mous" to aid him further in his
permanent rehabilitation.
Alcoholism now ranks as the
fourth major public health prob-
lem in the United States. Of the
50 million persons who drink,
about three million are excessive
drinkers, according to statistics
released by F. D. Moulton, direc-
tor of the Miami Health Haven.
Approximately 750,000 are
chronic alcoholics, unable to con-
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BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
ZOth Street Phone 9-5908
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
>R. C. E. BARNES
PTOMETRIST
Congress Building
PHONE 2-5254
t Wishes to Our Many
| Friends and Patrons
BBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Avenue
| 261 E. Flagler Street
'JEWRY EVERYHERE
|b a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
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pLE SHOP, Inc.
f20 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 48-1781
GREETINGS
f
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
GREETINGS
MERRILL STEVENS
DRY DOCK CO.
1270 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI
GREETINGS
Hollopeter & Post, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
151 N. E. 3rd Street
PHONE 3-7376
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOWARD SYRUP CO.,
Inc.
Formerly
CURTIS ISLE PRODUCTS
Now Located
2428 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 48-2116
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BROTHERHOODBELIEVE, LIVE IT, SUPPORT IT
This year physical scientists and social scientists agree that
an atomic age. brotherhood is a condition of survival.
Through American Brotherhood, sponsored by the National
t-onference of Christians and Jews, it is possible to work toward
a lundamentally and vitally important achievement: leaching
Dy precept and actionthat peace and understanding are our
eest protection against all weapons and that they make all men
realize their common sonship and brotherhood under the Father-
hood of God.
Tnf Conference has made an important contribution to the
tield of education through proposing and financing a research
project on the elimination of influences tending to teach preju-
dice and hate in text books. Over a million school children are
learning to understand each other in a NCCJ school project.
The problem of religious differences, breeding group isola-
tion and destruction of our democracy through emphasizing
rather than assimilating those differences, is being solved, how-
ever, slowly, through the teamwork of The Triospriest, minis-
ter and rabbitraveling together and speaking together in
behalf of brotherhood.
Similar projects with women's oranizations, religious organ-
izations and various civic and social clubs are all to the same
end. The same theme is applied through special adaptation to
youth work, and in the field of leadershipby teachers and
leaders of youth groups, summer institutes and college and
university workshops. The special goal is showing how prejudice
and hate are fostered and grow and then showing how they can
be eliminated.
This field of education of our citizenry is a field to which
one can make a financial contribution of lasting value in
training the American nation toward peace at home and abroad.
Brotherhood is truly the Pattern for Peace.
Contributions should be sent to the Miami branch, Biscayne
blvd., or direct to the American Brotherhood, National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, 381 Fourth ave.. New York 16,
New York.
trol their drinking, and of this
group, over 30 per cent are
women.
The chronic alcoholic is a sick
person and, as such, deserves
careful understanding, medical
and psychological treatment like
any other sick person, Moulton
stated.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
FLORIDA FUEL OIL
INC.
950 N. W. 73rd Street
TO ALL GREETINGS
LI.
Real Estate
5811 N. W. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 7-2359
BILT-RITE BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
2248 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-6921
GREETINGS
I.
AND
GREETINGS
Dine in the Gables
GREEN CANDLE
TEA ROOM
52 Silver Bluff Avenue
PHONE 4-9334
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PIONEER
HOTEL
151 N. E. First Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phooe 3-5734
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Engineering Co.
47 N. W. First Street
GREETINGS
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING-METAL WORK
Gutters, Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
ALL GOOD WISHES
for a
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
H. H. LEWIN
Real Estate
319 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5373
PAINTS
IT ANCHORS TO THE
SURFACE"
"For the Discriminating"
545 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-4743
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
CHEMICAL CO.
Anchor Brand Products
Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary
Supplies, Deodorants,
Disinfectants
Phone 5-4353
824 First St. Miami Beach
ROWLAND P. EVANS
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY, Inc.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
"WHERE THE ELITE MEET-
SHANGRI-LA
OPEN TILL 2 A.M.
15 N. E. 3rd Avenue
Elks Club Building
Authentic Chinese Dishes
LUNCHEONS DINNERS
Orders Put Up to Take Out
PHONE 2-2277

Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
On Brotherhood
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
Congress Building
PHONE 2-2661
JEWELS SILVER
WORK OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1130 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
A. SCHORR, Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 2-2503
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PAGE TWENTY
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YDUAIG PEOPLE TO LEARN IBOOI JEWISH OKMIZfllK
iuction of Jewish y nth to about
organized Jewish
auguratc-d this week
reau of J- th
ing to A. P. G
tive director.
Civics, the pro. School
give student
Sui
an opportunity l
l

org;.
j
First
visit I At : '
leag-..-
I ae J. Ta]
'.:
.....up.
In future visits, the students
will meet with Morris Kl
executive director of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion March 9; Charles Cohen.
Jewish Social Service bureau,
March 23: A. P. Gannes, Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
April 13; Rabbi Albert Michels,
Hillel foundation. April 27, ar.d
Maurice Grossman and Jack P.
Marash of the town and Beach
Y's. May 11.
Today Jewish life is impov-
erished. Living a Jewish life is
somewhat in the realm of theo-
retic interpretation and philo-
sophic discussion. The homes
are not Jewish, the environ-
ment certainly isn't.


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GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friends
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2900 S. W. Eighth Sfreet
PHONE 4-5951
ASON'S GREETINGS
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY
EXTENl
ETI]
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR PATRONS
i'
NICK'S WHEEL
ALIGNING
2100 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 9-2828
GREETINGS
T
D. W. McCOY. Inc.
REAL ESTATE
In All Its Branches
1549 S. W. 8th Street
Phones 9-22453-2991
T
SAY
EM
BLEM
COMPLIMENTS OF
THE LEAR SCHOOL
Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th
Morning: Academic Instruction
Afternoons: Music. Dramatics
and Swimming
LARGE PRIVATE POOL
ON PREMISES
1010 West Ave. Phone 5-050G
Beach Legion To Be
Host At District Meet
i
th district at
Leg-
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t to t
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trict
th 1

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JAMES ARBONA & SONS
A Complete Line of
Mantels. Garage Grills. Vents.
Window Sills. Louvers. Steps
All Kinds of Art Stone, Polished
or Plain
St Coral Gables
p oi e -i::-:'H45
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-.SON S GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
Ail N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9473
MIAMI TYPESETTING
CO.
NOW IN OUR NEW HOME
2015 N. W. First Avenue
PHONE 2-5935
SEASONS GREETINGS
SCHAAF PRESERVING
CO., Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
Seybold Building
PHONE 3-7020
TO ALL .
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
LIBERTY SQUARE
TO ALL
A Moti Happ,
Real Et... n_ l,t
Real Estate Con. .
S*Ci,y BIdg tTfj

JEWELRY CO., fc
160 E. Flagler Sir*,
PHONE 3-2197
SEASONS BEST WISHES
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th Street
SEASONS GREETINGS
L
DIP
6306 N. W. 14th Ave.
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
MIAMI COAL
AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-7896
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
1-
LflNSILL'S
FLOWERS
2937 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 2-9195
SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
Phone 51916
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
in
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MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. DREDGING
& CONSTRUCTION CO.
Postal Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
T
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY

400 S. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 9-2477
HERMAN'S
YOUR VALET
FRENCH
CLEANERS AND DYERS
"Good Work Is Our Success"
Pick-Up and Delivery Service
PHONE 9-2194
1390 S. W. 8th Street
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
224 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
Miami. Florida
SEASONS GREETINGS
HOI E.
WIOREDOCK
Company
1228 S. W. First Street
Phone 3-5433-P. 0. Box 1790
Miami 10. Florida
International Motor Trucks
Power Units. McCormick-
Deering Tractors
Farm Machinery
MOST
HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD
SOUTH
NOVELTY
WORKS
3100 N Miami Are.
PHONE 2-1614
GREETINGS
'i!
C. H. LYNE
Foundry and Machi*
Company
(not inc.)
Established 1904
105-109 N. W. Fifth SW
Phone 3-6481


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)AY, FEBRUARY 21. 1947 i i jte Entrants Ready Semi-Finals Itrants in the city wide Lm lodge, B'nai B'rith, defcontest are preparing for the I semi-finals which will be fat the University of Miami I week. hcduled for 7 p.m. Monday Tuesday in the law building p.m. Thursday in the little _<0 at the university, the Lfinals will be judged by JeWeinkle, Sidney Aronovitz )avid Hendricks. .cuit Judge Marshall Wiseland Judge W. H. Beckham le juvenile court will assist fleeting winners of the coniMarch 1. Finals will be .cast over Station WGBS 10:15 to 11 a.m. that day [the Mayfair theatre. two victors will receive a rip to Washington, D. C, as as individual gold cups. A bh loving cup to be known fee B'nai B'rith citizenship will go to the winning Subject of the debate is |ential succession, ftpeting in the semi-finals |be Richard Baily, Robert Bonita Bachman, Phyllis George Kolias, Anita field, and Betty Jackson, enting Andrew Jackson %  school, ni Edison High school has Jack Monts, Aileen HanJoan Nielson and Bob Menbk Adel, Michael Tobin, Pochaipin, Kenneth TreeI Norman Rossman, Morton ] Marvin Hoff and Jimmy I will represent Miami Beach chool. de Leon has chosen McCall, George Strehlke, reeples, Thomas Lakey, AljcCormick, Dennis O'Donoifark Phillips, Peggy DegOiana Roesh, Tom Hale, \nsley, Thomas McCreedy. Ita Santana and Ann Marie fry will represent Gesu i Aronovitz, Murray Shear, Tannenbaum and Jules %  tein are the Miami Senior chool representatives. Okie is chairman of the defhich is part of the activithe committee on public lof which John Kronenfeld krnan. Jbers of the debate cominclude Milton Wasman oe Tendrich. +Jenisti fhcrldliari National ZOA Officer To Address Beach Group PAGE FIFTEEN tf ON NURSING HOME |H.W. 7th St Ph.3-7301 Mrs for chronic lck, con. •cent and elderly people. • rge Beautiful Groundi„_ RABBI MILLER One of America's leading Zionists—Rabbi Irving Miller of Rockaway, N. Y.—will address the Miami Beach Zionist district at a special meeting called for 8 p.m., Wednesday, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center by Jack D. Burris, president. A vice-president of the Zionist Organization of America, Rabbi Miller is a member of the executive committee of the World Zionist Organization and chairman of the administrative committee of the World Jewish Congress. The meeting, which will concern the current situation in Palestine, will be open to the public. MJOC Purim Celebration Slated For Wednesday Wednesday evening is the date the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood will sponsor its annual Purim celebration at the Policemen's Benevolent Association hall. Sidney H. Palmer is in charge of entertainment for the affair which is being arranged by Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Fred Ochs. Other chairmen are Mrs. George Solinger and Mrs. A. Sands, refreshments; Mrs. Bernard Simon, fund raising project; Mrs. Max Kupferstein, arrangements; Mrs. M. Rappaport and Mrs. M. Mintzer, tickets. Al Kneubler and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. VitecloAy c^ GAeoteA )7Uatru 8-30 on, Rn^PV^'w'wi 5 ?.9 p n LaU Fl ida V n 'K ht f r "m. Fedefwill ftnrf h Mwschel w lecture on -Teamwork." Cantor LsS the communal singing. Adult Sabbath service, 8:30 &ubi-t —A v 'iI f ? ,e 5t r Sllve i'.' Rucst speaker, will discuss his Bar Mit/v, l U '*, 0 TT? s Gera,d Se 8 al wil1 celebrate bov IntormoHtt b Mescheloft will address the Bar Mitzva K"ddus^wVirb d Z ^ ,nH l T' < T S ',. 9am Junior congregation, 10 a.m. and a Statarh*,ri • l th J u1'i' r groups by Mrs Jost 'P h Brenner %  on a bistcinood committee. Bib e study, 4 p.m with S FreedXhlhe'Si wfl i rsn ; \ 5:15 ,? m f ""<'wed P by-Sh!-;ios S Sudos td a t 6*30 p.m P ** P rtIon of the week Maariv at E. RadcovsS! LAH 93S EuClic %  • % %  Miami Beach Rabbi Jose P h Sha B bh d t ay t, M wh^w servicc '5:15. p.m., followed by Maariv. An Oneg Rackovskv win n W k mC ] ar i. invi i? d .! wiU be heId at P-"Rabbi von 9 am Th„S Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second min5 Dm foUnwId hv QWni W,11 c C T duc Jr.i he s< -' rvites ^d preach. Mincha, of the Zb n J i >S Sud 'i; s T he rabbi wiH disf,uss the Portion Minrh, M-' ^''y.^'V'ces, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in utfand 5S&L* Ut 5:15 Pm f 1,0Wed by 3 ClaSS in *•* NUREMBERG (JTA) — Nineteen Germans, former members of. the S.S. corps, were this weekindicted in the town of Amberg. Modern, Progressive ACADEMY Offering Your Boy and Girl a fMBINED HEBREW AND PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION new academy has just been established by promijleaders in our own community so that our children "obtain a thorough and intensive Hebrew training as an excellent and progressive secular education. academy is located at the Y. M. H. A. Building. coin Road. Miami Beach. Registration is now in *s with limited enrollment THESE ARE THE FACTS: The Academy will be accredited by the Board of Public Instruction Licensed and experienced instructors Transportation to and from the Academy IB 1A children are being accepted Special Kindergarten Groups lor Children 4 TO 5K YEARS OF AGE er Particulars Communicate with Office—5-5319 Between 9:00-12:00 A.M. ITER MIAMI HEBREW ACADEMY ACADEMY COMMITTEE m]J".MI EWISI i ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. v i M,ami Rabbi Murray Grauer R*hW P !" „£ !" b n 8 5:45 P-m. Friday evening forum, 8:30 p.m. services J^ 1 l S each "Building a Tabernacle." Sabbath gj !" \ n ."u N 'u ma U Gamsc son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R?hM> W,H celt V brate hls Bar Mitzva Ho wi be addressed by H hv ch •, Ju c"V scr l KL '\, 10:30 am Mir "-'ha, 5:30 p.m., folwith Mr, swn u Udo! \ B ar Ml ^ va br eakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday with Mis. rred Ochs as hostess. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m. CONSERVATIVE R a K C K I 5? RE ^ ATION D BETH DAVID 13S N W. Third ave, Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. r a ntnr e M !2E ev ? 1 to *L.e r ylces, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Rrntho rl ? la T C u ? S wll J, ^"g*?assisted by the choir. In view of Rrlh!rW We ^ k -, R abb Shapiro will discuss the subject: "Is Brotherhood a Fact or Farce?" A reception will follow in the auditorium immediately after the services with Mr. and Mrs P J firY %% 2P ?i Mrand M / 8, Albert Feinbeig have donated the vice, R-Tn rin l in eT m H ry f T, MrS Fe i nb er8's father. Sabbath services, 8.30 am. Saturday During the services, Jerry Strcit, son of Mi. and MIS. Murray Strelt, will become Bar Mitzva. Students KB^ty : a\! n m S u!Say MitZVa ^^ ClUb spons ed by the BHJ A *S KK EAC ^ J FWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel Sloan, executive director. Friday evening service, 5 p.m. Laie Friday evening services. ?' 15 Jm n R a bb Lehrman will preach on "The Road to Brotherhood. Cantor Goldring will chant the service assisted by the choir Saturday morning service, 9 a.m. The rabbi will preach on the weekly portion of the law. Bruce Heath, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Heath will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breaklast, 9 a.m. Sunday. Dr. David S. Andron, program chairman and membership drive chairman for the Miami Beach Zionist district will be guest speaker. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall director of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will speak on "Brotherhood—An Adventure." Temple Beth Sholom's annual community service award will be presented to John D. Montgomery by Thomas O'Hagan DuPree chairman of the award committee. Sabbath service, 1045 a m' Saturday. Jack Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin, will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19lh st., Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the service and preach on "What Can One Get Out of Attending a Religious Service?" Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan will sing the solo during the services. Members of the Sisterhood who will be hostesses at the reception following the services include Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of February hospitality, and Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Isaac Kaufman Mrs. Isaac Joffe, and Mrs. Henry Green. Mrs Maxwell Hyman will light the candles. Sabbath service, 11 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the portion of the week. TEMPLE EMANUEL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. in the traditional spirit of brotherhood, the Rev. Clarence C Stauffer of the Croissant Park Christian church will address the congregation on the theme of "Brotherhood—Pattern for Peace" The Rev. Stauffer is president of the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Ministerial association. Rabbi Raab, who has recently been elected a member of the association, will conduct the service and introduce the guest speaker. Men and women of all faiths are invited to attend. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Kaufman will speak on "The Modern Tabernacle." A card party will be held by the Ladies' auxiliary at the Center, 8 p.m. Wednesday, for the benefit of the drive for a classroom. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 Sisterhood Tea To Have Brotherhood Theme Complying with President Truman's request that the ideal of Brotherhood be stressed at all times, Temple Israel Sisterhood has sent out invitations to members and their friends of all faiths to attend the second annual interfaith tea at 2 p.m. Monday, March 3, at Temple Israel auditorium. Keynoting the event will be Dr. Andrew Gottschall, director of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, who will speak on "Brotherhood." Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss four recent best sellers on the life and personality of the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt, written by his son Elliott; Dr. Ross T. Mclntire, his personal physician; Mrs. Frances Perkins, and Louis Adamic. Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan will present a program of songs, with piano accompaniment by Miss Fiances Tarboux, choir director. A social hour will follow to permit members and guests to meet and visit over a cup of tea in Kaplan hall. The March hositality committee, headed by Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, will be on hand to greet visitors. Mrs. Isaac Levin, program chairman for the day, will be assisted by Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, refreshment chairman, and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman and Mrs. Harold Spaet presiding over the tea table. Committee members are Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Bertha Lach, Mrs. Frank S. Cohen, Mrs. Herman Marks. Mrs. Esther M. Loveman, Mrs. Edward Oxenberg. Mrs. Sol Magnus, Mrs. Ned Sail, Mrs. Alfred A. Morris, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Louis Mendelson and Mrs. Max Marks. Members of other religious groups and visitors of all faiths are invited to meet with Sisterhood members on this occasion. A "Milohig" Soup Cake What will they think of next? Soup Cake! Sounds a bit unusual but it's a home-maker's boon, when she wants something new and interesting for an extra special "milchig" meal. Try Tomato Soup Cake Cream thoroughly— m cup shortening l'i cups sugnr. Beating well, add— 2 eggs. Combive — 1—ll-oz. can 'Condensed Cream of Tomcto Soup, undiluted 4i cup water 1 teasnoon baking soda. Sift together — 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon bo' i::£ powder l teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon cloves. Add the soup mixture and sifted dry ingredients alternately, stirring after each addition. Pour into a pan (8Mi"xl2Vj"x2"), greased with vegetable shortening or butter. Bake in a moderate oven (860* F.) for 60 minutes. Frost with Cream Cheese Frosting (recipe below). Croon: Cktasc Fretting Beat with rotary beater until smooth — 1 pacl.cpc (3 oz.) cream cheese. Ao:l, a:::\ eontintu beating until well blended — l',i cups coniectioners' sugar. Add— % tablespoon butter % teasporn vsnilla. •M^ fc, 1! % %  -!; :,& ly i\, l/mot / Orthodox Jtuiih Co.lgrt$*tioni 0/ Awlci. \



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jti§tfkrMteE Miss Siegel To Become Bride Of Mr. Rodack Miss Ida Siege] of Shrewsbury, N. J., and 1666 S. W. 15th si Miami, will become the bride oJ Sol Rodack in a ceremony to be performed in the garden of Rabbi Moses Mescheloffs home 4 p.m., Sunday afternoon, March !•. Announcement of the approaching marriage i^ made this week by Mrs. Nat Ti>k. who will lie her sister's only attendant at the wedding. Following the ceremony, a din: i : and reception will be held at the Harrison hotel. Expected here for the event anthe brideelect's brother and sister. Milton Siege] of White Plaii s, N. Y., and Mi's. Samuel Newman of Shrewsbury. A graduate of Long Branch, N. J.. High school, Miss s attended Star of Sea Academy business college there. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rodack of Key West, her fiance' att< big. school in the Bronx and is in the watch repaii and jewelry business in Key W The couple will ii A bury Park. N. J.. after a honeymoon in the N I ft, Trip To South America Follows Beach Wedding When Charles H. Gershcnson of Detroit and his bride, tl e foi n r Dons Fisher, made plans for their honeymoon, it didn't take them long to decide upon Hi" de Janeiro. For although Mrs. Cei" shenson has never been to South America before, she has lyrn thi Latins in manj rumba tunes. The Gei i wre married at the home of the bridegroom er, Mrs. Nee! Gershenson, 5146 Alton rd., by Rabbi Col Zwitman on Wednesdaj a neon. Feb. 12, Mr, and Mrs. Willian Gershenson, brother ai d sister in-law of the bridegroom, attended the couple and Dan Fishe: oi New York gave his sister in I riage, The Sea Isle hotel. Miami Beach, was the scene of the wedding dinner and reception for members ; %  i f ew c iosi Guests I New York included Mr. Fisher and the bride's mother, Mrs. Ann., Berrens, as well as Mis. Ros< Gershwin, mother of the late George Gershwin, an,! Mis. Calvin Hiller, aunt of the bride. Da :-.' tei ol the late Fn d Fisher, a famous sent; wi itci. I i the writer of "Tampico," Hollywood studio. Her hu "Good, G !. Good" and ot er \ s (he .-on ol t e late v ,,i TWPAY, FEBttn-, MRS CHARLES II. GF.RS11F.SSON Ned band Gersongs s i .the only woman shenson ol Detroit. song writer under contract to a After th< moon at the Copacabana hotel in Rio, the Gershensons will visit in New York before returning to Detroit m March.—(Scott photo) B'NAI B'RITH HONORS DISTRICT PRESIDENT L al B'nai B'rith members will honor Isaac Gradman, fifth district president, at a luncheon at 12:15 p.m. Monday at the Nahotel, according to Harold Turk, chairman ol the Metropolitan council of B'nai Ii'i ,th Solzbergs To Reside In New York City A honeymoon trip to Cuba foli the wedding of Mi.-s Do: is and Murray M. Solzberg, ai e plannii g to make tl eir in N \ York City, After their wedding, Feb. in in Oneg Shabbat of the Air Pioneer work will be described by Mrs Harry Faber during the of the Air, 4:45 over radio Sta,. l he study ol Rabbi Leon Kronish, ( %  :adn an, who i> on an official .. tour of Southern lodges, will re""' '" ; ,' a recep veal plans for the district con U"n in the Hotel Martinique. vention to be held at Miami Beach The bride is the daughter ol in June. He will remain here Mr and Mn Samuel Siegel, New through Wi lm lay, York and Miami Beach, and her rs of thi townand Beach hu parents are Mr. and n have M H Solzberg of New ttend the lunchYoik, Mt. Summit, Me., and eon i Shabbat p.m. Saturday tion WKAT. Fourth in a series of broadcasts sponsored by the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's organization, the program will feature the singing of traditional Sabbath melodies by Ruth Brotman, cultural chairman. Anyuta Melicov will play several piano selections. Sidney Cotaj^l Honeymoon In rw Spending their ho Havana are Mr. and l£** H Cohen whose + solemmzedatthehomeo^l Irving Lehrman J^I morning. We S The bride, the former fwl Bassine, was attended b, J husband's sister, Miss I Cohen of Ft. Worth, Tex „ of honor. Her brother £\ Bassine of Wilkes-Barre hM best man. A luncheon .IF*! Bill's restaurant follow* ceremony. Daughter of the Solomon J ne "' 512 J 2th st., MiamX the former Miss Bassine ,£2 schools in New York JL lived here for more than r.1 years. J Her husband is the aonoifci Cohen of Ft. Worth. A grab the University of TexaTT of Ft. Worth schools, he ittaZI served with the infantry i Ba | rope for three years. Miss Linsky Is MarrW To Army Colonel The home of Mr. and Mn.I| Radoff, 4219 N. Meridian tj was the scene of the weddajU Miss Lenore Linsky and CoL AkI Seff, Sunday. Daughter of Mr. and MIS.MI Linsky, Kew Gardens, RY.fcl bride attended Kew Forest seberi,! the University of Miami and fc| Art Students' league. Her husband is a colonel iifcl Army at the age of 31. Soai'l Mrs. W. H. Seff of BrooklJ N. Y., and the late Dr. Seff, kl was graduated from New 1'ntl university and West Point. D*l ing the war, he served ir. til Pacific as head of an ar.ti-airau battalion. Families of the couple are | nual winter visitors to Mia| Beach. jkoiifc—. %  -*•*— il eoLOMiM 1 1 IXX £ JOE E. LEWIS WELCOMES Star ol Stage, Screen and Radio CARMEN MIRANDA For A Limited Engagement In Addition to the Glamorous, Exciting Show Featuring Reva & Raoul Reyes MIRIAM LA VELLE KENT EDWARDS-BETTY HEATHER-RAY MALONE BEATRICE KRAFT DANCERS 28 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS NO MINIMUM AT COLONIAL LOUNGE Minimum — Week Days — S7.50 Either Food or Beverages DINNER Presentations—9 and 12:30 SUPPER |URVTI0NS -TtllfHONl HOUYWOOO 1054 Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM r i -* v r WEST PALM BEACH MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. MlMll, C. K. Simon. Lawr.nc. ft. Fivllle, Fun.nl DlntW 413 Hibiscui Street • Phone 1121 • W. Palm BMCi. ft LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 ^. "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDQO Phone 5191 Wee* Palm Beach, Fla SOUTHERN DAIRIES — ^ S.rrtng Palm Beech County. ftSTlll • % 


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY j>i ^ HITLER COULDN'T STOP jl IBT The saga of "rags to riches' is Jan Baft's story of his struggle to fame from the time he was born in a haywayon in Poland during the terrible days of the pogroms in 1919 to Feb. 23. 194,. when Jan will be presented in a concert of American. }}*}] an French, Prussian and ^lddi-^n Bongs and a mixture of satirical and dramatic impressions featuring a costumed and staged version of "Kol Niche." The event will be held at the Ada Merritt Junior High school. Jan comes from a musical famllv. his father having been the Violinist for the Czar. After winning a six-year scholarship to the Berlin Conservatory of Music. Jan was barred from the school In the midst of his studies along With 158 other non-Aryans at the time Hitler rose to power. Arriving in America. Jan shined shoes and sang in (he was a cantor .at the age of 12) to earn enough money for voice lessons. In the same synagogue choir was little Pincus Pearlman. now internationally known as the famous Met Opera star. Jan Peerce. After he appeared on %  %  Bowes' program. Jan's career was launched. He travelled 285.000 miles touring the country with the Major's outfit. He then became well known in the night clubs where he was hailed as the male Kate Smith, having the widest voice range of any tenor in the country. From excerpts of "Pagliacci" to the -Girl That I Marry" is no feat for Jan. and his rend;:: x ', H quart, writte. to several i published, ers. cai and at one tin* %  %  which R sevelt D I • Mai Tan has given n %  %  recent i l arranged for 1 hospital on New Y< whuh G sonallv tl Him An I thrill of his lifi I ent Roos t at I Jan v. Si is* %  E luc< I to the late 1 %  I Saul""' Jar. bins v. I! Hall tured contralto for i In • t span f 29 Jan 1 and si and H [ ncerl : %  estau %  and thi Box in Mi; Interfaith Lectures Set Second in a Si %  :' lectures sponsored by the National Con1 ference of Christian.and Jews in cooperatior. with the Univei of Miami will be presented by the Rev. Cyril W. Burke, O.P.. resentative of t.-.e Catholic : The Rev. Burke, who is professor of pilosophy ar.c religion at i Barry college, will speak at the University theatre. 8:15 p.m., Monday. Rabbi William Rosenblum Temple Israel. New York city, will deliver the concluding li cture March 10. Dr. Paul N. Elbin, president of West Liberty State Teachers' college of West Virginia, opened the interfaith series Monday evening. Quigg Files For Commission Election H. Lsin Qu • • %  te to file 1 n electioi 4. M ::".i in 1900. i lief off and total ot about 15 years, He I :n office two • dining a bus strike. Fifteen Couples Attend rs • theif : M %  < dent, Mrs A, .If. nd Mrs Iuis K en tj M %  .: i H Mrs H 1 Stoi : wrs, M B %  %  i Dr. and %  % %  M Abi Mrs t BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN GREETINGS Tc Our Many Jewish S. I KRESS Aged Home Residents Seek Sewing Machine Residents of th. Jewish Home for the Aged may b* past their working days, but they re still ambitious says Fred Holland, manager of the home. Right now they're anxious for their workshop to be equipped so that they may start on handiwork projects. Sowing, weaving and punting ate just three of the activity planned for the oldsters. But until a sewing machine is obtained, the women won't be happy. That's why Holland is sending out an appeal to readers of The Jewish Flondian. Holland may be contacted at the home. 335 S. W. 12th *•. To Our Many Fri.ni, We wuh A Met Happy Bro1h whoc4 Electrix Appli ancQ Repair Shop 2761 S. W. 27th Av,n u GREETINGS for the „„., BROTHERHOOD SEASON IDA AUGUST STUDIOS Draperies — Uphl sJerin 9 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 SEASON'S GREETINGS T-SQUARE & TRIANGLE CO. 1626 Lenox Ave 5-2663 Blue Prints — Photostats Black & White Prints RELIABLE SERVICE For Architects and Engineers & 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Sincere Greetings from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenua PHONE 6-2040 RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A BLUE tl Ml CAB PHONE 2-4141 House and Lawrence TEXACO SERVICE 800 West Flagler Street Phone 2-9966 Lubrication A Specialty Gas—Oil—Servic* WE BUY ANYTHING ON WHEELS LINICK AUTO PARTS 5100 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-5133 'if ACOLITE NEON SIGN CO.. INC. Repairing Repainting Removing—Erecting—And GENERAL SIGN MAINTENANCE 410 S. W. 3rd Ave. I 2-5334 Phone 5-7111 ENFIELD'S SHOP To All Best Wishes NELLIE E. BRENNAN REAL ESTATE 404 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-1953 Cor. Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. i ii T SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES P D N Y B A R 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 GRILL 639 N. W. 7th Avenu* OPEN NITE & DAY "Just Good Food" i 1 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To Our Friends and Patrons 'S BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD W. A. GLASS BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS WITH TROPICAL TREES AND SHRUBBERY BISCAYNE TROPICAL GARDENS NURSERY 10730 N. E. 6th Avenue Phone 7-4088 GEO. B. HAEGER, Proprietor of MIAMI BEACH. Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 r SEASON'S GREETINGS EMPLOYERS SERVICE Miami's Leading Personnel Service ng only better firms. : nel. All types help. Industrial help. CALL 3-0822 615 Seybold Building T BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS HERMITAGE HOTEL 420 N. E. First Avnue Phone 2-9119 GREETINGS INDUSTRIES "A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDER'S SUPPLIES" Miami — Miami Beach Oju — Ft. Lsuderdale EDWARD'S Service Station MECHANICAL REPAIRS CAR PAINTING TIRE RECAPPING BATTERY SERVICE 1380 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 3-1661 ALLAPATTAH CLEANERS, Inc. 1866 N. W. 36th Street Phone 2-6411 DRY CLEANING SERVICE THAT SATISFIES GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Strut PHONE 2-5197 i J BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD UN. EQUl PMENT COMPANY 926 N. Miami A*** PHONE um



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Uy, FEBRUARY 21, 1947 CROSS NAMES JHT KEY WORKERS fcht additional key workers added this week to top •ncnts in. the annual Amerced Cross fund campaign k a d' County Chapter. [poir.tment of Joe H. Adams, fc Bishop, Dave Bosworth, Id D. Steward, H. H. Woodfc Jr., Rowland Saunders, Dr. Bs Goodman and William D. was announced by H. H. dr. fund campaign chairman. bvuill be among the 22 divileaders in the Red Cross ly-w'idc drive to raise $300,eginning March 1. j&ms, manager of the El Cotro hotel, will direct the divifcoliciting from Miami hotels. KH be his third successive Tas chairman of the hotel Ion. fciop. president of the Retail nants association and owner %  shop's Men's Wear, will diIsolicitation of firms which benibers of the association. j public service division will indled by Dave Bosworth. Iteian of previous Red Cross |ajens, Bosworth heads this Ion for the fourth consecuJrear. He is Miami district Igor of the Florida Power & TCo. Iward is chairman of the inand construction division, her veteran Red Cross cam|cr, he is a member of the lectural firm, Steward & her. • national firms division will laded by Woodsmall, of the li Agency, Inc., insurance, |will solicit from local busi; which are units of national He is president of the Dade Youth foundation. bding the Miami business on will be Rowland Saun| vice-president of Burdine's I member of the Dade County er's board of directors. his leadership will be the risibility of soliciting of appiately 750 Miami business |rns, covering all firms not contacted by special diviids of business divisions for li Beach and Coral Gables pnnounced were Dr. Morris nan, vice-president of Mor.. Department Store and |ent of Goodman's Lincoln 1 William D. Fuller, manthe Coral Gables district Florida Power and Light 'Jewisii fkrlrf/atr Mrs. Grossberg Joins Seitlin Insurance Firm Association of Mrs. Frederick Grossberg with the Seitlin and company, 406 Congress bldg., i s announced today by Sam Seitlin, preside n t. Mrs. Gijossberg, who recently received her state insurance broker's license, is a graduate of the University o f Miami and attended the university's law school. She is president of the Greater Miami Alumnae association of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. PAGE NINETEEN Health Haven Has Unit For Treating Alcoholism A unit devoted exclusively for the treatment of alcoholism is maintained in addition to general clinical facilities at the Miami Health Haven, recently opened at 2627 Biscayne blvd. Treatment given at the Miami Health Haven is not a "sober-up" procedure but a complete nonnarcotic treatment for alcoholism given over a period of five days in an atmosphere conducive to rapid recovery. During treatment, the typical symptoms of alcoholism soon disappear and the patient's tremors are replaced by steadiness and a craving for food instead of alcohol. Upon discharge, the patient is in condition to resume his work, but is asked to consider affiliation with "Alcoholics Anonymous" to aid him further in his permanent rehabilitation. Alcoholism now ranks as the fourth major public health problem in the United States. Of the 50 million persons who drink, about three million are excessive drinkers, according to statistics released by F. D. Moulton, director of the Miami Health Haven. Approximately 750,000 are chronic alcoholics, unable to conGREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. ZOth Street Phone 9-5908 Miami Beach GREETINGS >R. C. E. BARNES PTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 t Wishes to Our Many | Friends and Patrons BBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue | 261 E. Flagler Street 'JEWRY EVERYHERE |B a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON pLE SHOP, Inc. f20 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 48-1781 GREETINGS f NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES GREETINGS MERRILL STEVENS DRY DOCK CO. 1270 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI GREETINGS Hollopeter & Post, Inc. REAL ESTATE 151 N. E. 3rd Street PHONE 3-7376 SEASON'S GREETINGS HOWARD SYRUP CO., Inc. Formerly CURTIS ISLE PRODUCTS Now Located 2428 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-2116 i BROTHERHOOD—BELIEVE, LIVE IT, SUPPORT IT This year physical scientists and social scientists agree that an atomic age. brotherhood is a condition of survival. Through American Brotherhood, sponsored by the National t-onference of Christians and Jews, it is possible to work toward a lundamentally and vitally important achievement: leaching Dy precept and action—that peace and understanding are our eest protection against all weapons and that they make all men realize their common sonship and brotherhood under the Fatherhood of God. Tn f Conference has made an important contribution to the tield of education through proposing and financing a research project on the elimination of influences tending to teach prejudice and hate in text books. Over a million school children are learning to understand each other in a NCCJ school project. The problem of religious differences, breeding group isolation and destruction of our democracy through emphasizing rather than assimilating those differences, is being solved, however, slowly, through the teamwork of The Trios—priest, minister and rabbi—traveling together and speaking together in behalf of brotherhood. Similar projects with women's oranizations, religious organizations and various civic and social clubs are all to the same end. The same theme is applied through special adaptation to youth work, and in the field of leadership—by teachers and leaders of youth groups, summer institutes and college and university workshops. The special goal is showing how prejudice and hate are fostered and grow and then showing how they can be eliminated. This field of education of our citizenry is a field to which one can make a financial contribution of lasting value in training the American nation toward peace at home and abroad. Brotherhood is truly the Pattern for Peace. Contributions should be sent to the Miami branch, Biscayne blvd., or direct to the American Brotherhood, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 381 Fourth ave.. New York 16, New York. trol their drinking, and of this group, over 30 per cent are women. The chronic alcoholic is a sick person and, as such, deserves careful understanding, medical and psychological treatment like any other sick person, Moulton stated. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street TO ALL GREETINGS LI. Real Estate 5811 N. W. 2nd Ave. PHONE 7-2359 BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES 2248 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-6921 GREETINGS I. AND GREETINGS Dine in the Gables GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 Silver Bluff Avenue PHONE 4-9334 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. First Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Phooe 3-5734 E Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street GREETINGS ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING-METAL WORK Gutters, Leaders, Skylights Ventilators — Boats Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 ALL GOOD WISHES for a HAPPY BROTHERHOOD H. H. LEWIN Real Estate 319 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5373 PAINTS IT ANCHORS TO THE SURFACE" "For the Discriminating" 545 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-4743 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. Anchor Brand Products Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary Supplies, Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH "WHERE THE ELITE MEETSHANGRI-LA OPEN TILL 2 A.M. 15 N. E. 3rd Avenue Elks Club Building Authentic Chinese Dishes LUNCHEONS — DINNERS Orders Put Up to Take Out PHONE 2-2277 Best Wishes To Our Many Friends On Brotherhood INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 JEWELS SILVER WORK OF ART Furniture, Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1130 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach A. SCHORR, Representative Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 2-2503 <



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UDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1947 +Jcnisti fhnklicir PAGE SEVENTEEN UtRDIAC HOME HDDS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BUILDING By HITA GROSSMAN Irhere's a brand new building l t ; ,t the National Children's Xrdiuc Home where the kiddies Ell see movies and learn how to Tok and sew and paint and deHop their own pictures and do n sorts of things to keep them Ly and happy while they fight leumatic heart disease. iMadc possible through a gift tSlOO.000 by Mr. and Mrs. SamI Cohen of Miami Beach, that fw building, the Melvin Cohen Cnorial hall, will be formally IdnaUd as the home's occupaI n; ,l therapy center at 2 p.m. %  norrow. n ( visited the home when the Wan structure was just about lady (or the fixtures and furniIre'to be installed. Harry Saft, NCCH president, furnished L building for us verbally. |H'-* name of BISCAYND TRAILER SALES COM' A N V a „ 7 n;i7 >•' %  B. Second Avenue, Miami, Morida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WASMAN & SILVER!' 3 2 '14 -2L28 y ;/7 f0 i r 4 A PllC nt NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that {he undersigned, desiring to engage in I„ GLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY st f.def, 3 r U / Stree I' Mlaml Beach norlda cwu to register said name with the JOEL P. NEW^A^T BRKXT Attorney for \



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"Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. COSTEMPORARY HISTORY: The story of the late Pr< Roosevelt's conferences with King Ibn Saud. ruler of Saudi Arabia. on the Palestine issue is nowtold in -Franklin D. Roosevelt." an informal biography by Hatch, published by Holt The book relates how they met on the American warship "Quincy" on the semi-tropical shore of the Gnat Bitter Lake Roosevelt's choice of this place for his meeting with Ibn Saud was typical ... He had been examining the map to select a convenient location His finger moved down the line of the Suez canal and paused at Great Bitter Lake In his resonant voice he quoted: "And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying 'Speak unto the children of Israel that they turn and encamp before Pihahiroth. between Migdol and the sea'.'' "What's that. Boss?" his secretary, Steve Early, asked him "Pi-Hohiroth is on the shore of Great Bitter Lake." Roosevelt explained, "We will go there" Hatch tells ol Roosevelt's desire to secure Ibn I f Jew%  n P "" B'ailini I I he want. I tral Ibn Sau thes irteous but adamant refusal ... On other matte s, such as %  ments, he was '.. • %  in I further r< vi al< d to h %  to the Ti When the plane : pilot to fly low He n all the landir he had nevei been to Pali stint Iki alle I then fl x the '!' the Wailmg Wall %  Olives, the Dea I Si i, I Jordan river "You know this ntry as though you wen hen-.' exclaimed • "So 1 do," was t's 11 ply T contaii I dent, and interei I ding Schools Overcrowded UN Rights Commision LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—The United Nations Human Rights commission this week began consideration of ways and means for effectively implementing human rights and fundamental freedoms. Col. W. R. Hodgson of Australia proposed the establishment of an International Court of Human Rights. Col. Hodgson said a declaration of human rights by the general assembly would not be sufficient. The next stage must be a multilateral convention obliging member governments to incorporate these rights in their constitutions if they were not already there There should also be an In: tional Court of Human Rights to ensure that the rights are observed. Some asserted, said Col. Hodgson, that international law without sanctions was not effective, but the six hundred judgments of the Permanent Court ol International Justice had been accepted without reserve. Neither the International Court of Justice nor the security council had jurisdiction to deal with human rights cases. Begins Sessions PHILADELPHIA (JTA )—A survey of 75 Jewish school buildings, which is more than half completed has already revealed that the schools are over-crowded and contain fire hazards as well as poor sanitation, poor ventilation and many building code violations. In addition, the survey revealed that only half the schools have sufficient seats for all the students. FATHERS HONORED AT BROWNIE PARTY In the tradil spirit of Valentine's day. lt> Brownies entertained their fathers at a party held at the home of Mrs Arthur M. Stone last Wednesday evening. Decorations and refreshments wei e all in tht ipe theme. The fathers received table place cards which had been prepared %  he gii Is in the form ol heart shaped pictun les containing each Brownie's picture. G up dramatics were pn ed by the girls, each HI' whom later received a special Valentine verse for her lather. .Maurice Grossman, executive tor of the .Miami Y. with which the Brownies are ated. was guest of honor and received a picture of the enl i Brownie troop. Guests included: Mr anil Mr: M % %  Uii hnrd, Mi nml Mrs Arth M thter Caryl, \i M Syilnt'.v l.i and dn 15I1I1 H:n bai i; Ml .1 idj %  | loll, Jo-, i.i. i:. : mil and da %  i laugl •• %  loj llai %  .. ii. %  %  A :.: Hi IZ n I il n hii i' i B* Grt< nl I ram l.. Edw ud n Uarbara Hi ith. Max Mi K. Ii i and da %  i San H redi Suxan, Maui %  I'oull HI and d i tai bara. HOME FOR BABY Unless they can find an apart• roomwh. en are refugee couple now living m Miami will have then baby is nth Th Their story w evealed to in. Jew:.i this week by Mrs Can hr J ew ish Social Sen [, Miami sii %  S utcher ai I I is 23livii g in i ut they i een told m ,,• keep a %  re. "Thej lon't want financial as• %  Mrs. Gui An i % %  % %  of lne help they received from the Service to New Americans %  %  • %  to this country. But • ompletely s< If:.t and intend to provide for • The young man %  • self.i rived in last Jum i the Before tl e war. • er shop in Vilna, Pi Ian 1. But the Nazis changed all tl I For their first few months in ouple lived in New Both woi ked at any jobs they i i. Now the young $41 a week as a butcher and besides supporting wife, he has saved enough money to cover loctor's expenses and to .-end tl rce or four dollars a week to a sister in Italy. Although the couple is manag:. the husband's wages, they will need clothes and a crib for v. Mrs. Guerin suggi sted that readers of The Jewish Floridian might be able to help out. The couple's minimum %  on-.: g nee 1 are a room where i girl can prepare meals for her family, Readers who wisl to aid the couple may contact Mrs. Guerin Service bureau, 127 N. W. Second st. £S* Cf 7i)GUST BROS Ry* ** IS theOESTf 0 WOMAN WANTED As Companion for Lady Light Housekeeping and Cooking Call 5-2848 S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Betw n Collins A Wash. Avts, Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use Also for Hebrew Schools. C"-,E: -DID Telephone 5-1017 8600 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPRER reservations, Phone *Ronco" 7-3831 FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Mpals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 78-2972 JVUtxa Qtotka* Vour Complex Department Store With Quality MerchnndiMj Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fla E l.r St., Miami West Flagler Match Series Draws Interest By GEORGE GALLET The World's Championship Two-Dog Match Race Series" between Flashy Sir, the Flagler cannonball, and Lucky Pilot, holder of four world records, is drawin:; more interest than any greyhound event ever run in this country. The cyclonic speedsters are unquestionably the two fastest racing dogs in the world today and the match series has the same touch of interest to the dog racing world as the War AdmiralSea Biscuit race had in horse racing several years ago. Which will win the complete series, nobody can foretell, so evenly matched are the two great racing dogs. Three races are being run at West Flagler Kennel club and three at the St. Petersburg track and the purse for the match series is SI0.000. the richest purse ever put up for a greyhound event in the South. The series is scheduled to come to a close March 8. Eliminations in the $2,500 Nursery stake at West Flagler continue to go on. This rich puppy stake will run through Feb. 28 when the championship final is scheduled. Bob Bell and My Barbara, two pie-season favorites in the classic, went well in the early rounds. Bob Bell is a son of Red fork Tom, which used to gallop wild at West Flagler. He is owned by Bill Ewalt and is one of the most promising pups ever to come to the Florida area. He's a great stretch runner and dogmen predict big things ahead for him. My Barbara also appears to be h.ad.d for the big time in dog racing. The flying female is owned by the Ethel Jones kennel and is a daughter of Minted Money and My Joey. We Buy — Sell — Rent Tune Pianos CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 | LOUIS D. CONSTANT j For Hotels, Restaurants. Institutions, Etc. jChinaware, Silverware, Glass ware. Kitchen Equipment. Domestic Dinnerware Sets. Silverware Sets 2714 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 9-4335 I WANT MY MILK And B. Bur* in FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mti y "Milk Product." Dacro Prot.s *& TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vlrit Our F.nn • E"d of B.rdRd. 4 Snapper Creek University A^^ 20th Concert Series Eight pairs of BU | se scr Ption, certs will be p,, S( m !" n<* University of M KlT| ! certs are to be announced Sji Public Dances Plan^ By Young People's Groap Washington's hlrthdav is ft. date Branch 692, yofn,"* pies group of ,;,,. WorkB 5| Circle, has chosen to launch series of publii noes, The first dance will begin.! 8:30 p.m., Saturday, at the cM room, 25 Washington ave *| will feature both popular a* novelty tunes for outdoor uii indoor dancing. Admission is 35 centi per son. 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UDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1947 Jewish fknafiir PAGE THIRTEEN ic il Women Discuss lami Charity Drives ['Has Miami Too Many Charity ivcs?" will be discussed by fcrnbcrs of the National Council Jewish Women when the ami section opens Its second um series at 2 p.m., this afterbn. [rs Nat Williams, president, be hostess to the group at her o, 114 Second tcr., San Maisland. ublic Speaking As Listeners I," will be the topic of Mrs. Incy L. Wcintraub, director of forum. cfro.-hmcnts will be served. public is invited. htimoreans To Discuss cal Charity Drives ctivities of the Baltimore club local charity drives will be lined by Harry R. Sherman, Edent, at a meeting to be held Ihc Beach "Y" 8:30 p.m., Tueslairy Bressler, Yiddish theatre jjcr formerly of Baltimore and ;, resident of Miami Beach, produce and take the leading in "A Singing Carnival" |ch will be presented followthe business meeting. The 51,1111 is announced by Aaron here, co-chairman of the %  in welfare committee. Kfrcshments will be served. Baltimoreans are invited to hd, Gables Center Members To Hear USO Pianist Charlotte Davis, pianist, who toured the battlefronts for three years with the USO, will be presented by the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sunday evening, March 2, at the Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., according to Dr. Leonard Glickstein, program chairman. Solicitation of Coral Gables Jewish residents for the Combined Jewish Appeal will be conducted by the center, it was decided Monday evening at a board of directors' meeting. One hundred and firty people attended the centers Valentine party Saturday evening when Sidney Bloch was named "Miss Coral Bagels of 1947." A card party is being planned for March 16 with Herman Rubin as chairman. BROTHERHOOD FORUM Brotherhood Week will be observed by the Spinoza Forum at 3 p.m., Saturday, when Dr. Andrew A. Gottschall, Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will be guest speaker. The forum, which meets at 124 11th st., Miami Beach, will be conducted by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Dr. Morris Schneer will address the forum Monday evening and Charles H. Lee will be principal speaker Tuesday evening. 8 p.m. MkfiSSION 25< STEAM IHEATED i GRANDSTAND EDISON EXEMPLIFIED AMERICAN ENTERPRISE "Individual enterprise as exemplified by Thomas A. Edison is the greatest asset of American industry t o d a y," McGregor Smith, president of the Florida Power & Light company, told a group of engineers meeting in Miami Tuesday evening, Feb. 11, to pay tribute to the memory of Edison. Sponsored by the Miami section of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the dinner was attended by approximately 100 persons. Honor guests included two Miamians who were closely associated with Edison, A. Leo Padden, 287 N. E. 90th st., who was an assistant to the inventor, and W. D. Avery, of the Florida Power & Light company, who operated one of Edison's first electric generating plants. Toastmaster was J. P. Hanley, West Palm Beach, chairman of the sponsoring group. "The American people arcblessed with enterprise," said Smith, "the enterprise that wins wars and makes for individual happiness in peace." He cited the life of Thomas Edison as the greatest example of individual enterprise. Describing Edison's early difficulties, Smith said, "Mr. Edison's original company in 1879 had little more than hope to go on. It had no product or services to sell. Its greatest assets were 13 men with faith and willingness to put what they had into a business venture that must have seemed visionary. "Mr. Edison's work was successul because he lived in a country that not only stimulates individual initiative but rewards it." While Edison is popularly associated with the incandescent lamp, Smith pointed out that its perfection was only one of many accomplishments. Edison, he said, perfected dynamos, generators, insulators, conduits, motors, sockets, fuses—"in all, more than 360 inventions necessary to the generation and distribution of electricity and affecting our lives tremendously were among his achievements." Smith quoted from Edison's last public message: "Be courageous. I have lived a long time. I have seen history repeat itself again and again. I have seen many depressions in business, and always, America has come out stronger and more prosperous. Be brave as your fathers before you. Have faith. Go forward." Rose Chapter Invites Prospective Members Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, is inviting prospective members to attend an open meeting at the home of Miss Kmma Rosenberg, 3785 Chase ave., at 8 p.m., Monday. Held in conjunction with the current membership drive, the meeting will feature a program to be presented by Miss Marilyn Worth. Mrs. Norman Reinhard will distribute copies of "Rosebuds," the organization's newspaper. Miss Sylvia Tupler is chairman of the membership campaign. Caesar To Be Guest At Men's Club Meeting Irving Caesar, celebrated song writer and publisher, will be the guest of the Men's club of Temple Beth Sholom at their open meeting 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the community hall of the Temple, 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Of "Tea for Two," "Swanee" and "Just a Gigolo" fame, Caesar has just published a new book of songs entitled "Sing a Song of Friendship," which is dedicated to international good-will and brotherhood. Alex Strauss, president of the Men's club, announces that the program will be dedicated to Brotherhood Week. The meeting will be open to the members, their wives, guests and out-oftown visitors. The program was arranged by George J. Talianoff, program chairman. Sadie Hawkins Dance Planned By Beach Club Daisy Maes and Li'l Abners are preparing their Dogpatch style costumes for the Sadie Hawkins dance which the Over 21 club will sponsor at the Beach "Y" Saturday night, according to Lou Goldberg, chairman of the event. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes. Weekly dances are held by the club each Saturday evening. The club will meet at the "Y" Wednesday evening when two new projects, a bowling league and a dramatics group, will be described for members. Louise Cluck and Florence Siegel head the two projects. Baker s Apothecary Your Prescription Pharmacy Diabetic Foods Delivery Service 1246 S. W. 22nd St.. Coral Way Phone 9-2836 +• CEMETERY The only iamily plot of sixteen graves located in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery now available for resale. Call H. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947 WEDDING TO HIGHLIGHT JWV BALL Visit of National JWV Commander Milton Richman and a Lnilitary wedding will highlight the military ball which the Jew|ish War Veterans, Post 330, will sponsor at the Elks club patio, ^20 West ave., at 8 p.m. Sunday. Richman, who arrived in Miami yesterday, will be guest of ionor at the ball and will speak at several other JWV functions juring the week. At 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Rabbi Leon Kronish, chaplain for the ;ach JWV post, will officiate at the wedding of Miss Toby 'ien and Al Zeidner, both of 321 Collins ave. r V Women Entertain lational President While local posts of the Jewlish War Veterans honor their %  national commander this week, [the Miami and Miami Beach (ladies' auxiliaries will play host [to Miss Tina Brill, national resident of the women's groups. Miss Brill will be tendered a Juncheon Monday following dedication of the Norman Bruce 3rown's day room at the Nautilus veterans hospital at 11 .m. Mrs. Obie Roscnthal, president of trje Norman Bruce irown auxiliary in Miami, and Irs. Sol Jaffe, Beach auxiliary president, announce that wives, sters and mothers of veterans re invited to join the local branches. Miss Brill, twice president of state of Illinois JWV auxilry, is also an ardent Zionist, aving served as secretary of lie Chicago Zionist organizaGOOD DELICATESSEN COUNTERMAN | AND FIRST-CLASS COOK Sood Wages No Sundays DETROIT DELICATESSEN 228 West Flagler Street The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of Philadelphia. Her fiance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zeidner if Philadelphia, are here for the event. Ten members of the Beach post will serve as ushers during the ceremony. Graduates of Philadelphia schools, the couple will reside in Miami Beach. Mr. Zeidner is a Navy veteran. Willard Bender is entertainment chairman for the ball which will feature the massing of colors conducted by Dr. Maurice Klein, past commander of the Miami post. Mannie Gates and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. Quarterly meeting of the state JWV department will be addressed by the national commander at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, at the Beach American Legion home. Abe Goldman, state commander, will preside. On Monday evening, Richman will be the guest of the Norman Bruce Brown post, which will hold a joint meeting with the Miami Beach post at the Harvey Seeds post home. Judge George E. Holt will speak on brotherhood. Commander Nat Brown of the Miami post will preside and Goldman will introduce the guests. RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS BRAGGIOTTI and CHAIKIN Duo Pianists In a Program from Bach to Boogie-Woogie [Benefit — Child Rescue Fund — European Displaced Children Sponsored by Kadimah Chapter — Pioneer Women MIAMI EDISON HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY. MARCH 8TH—8:30 P.M. Reserved Sections at $1.00—S1.50-J2.00—S2.50 Plus SM Federal Tax For Sale at Princess De Conde Chocolates, 425 Lincoln Rd.; El Encanto S. American Shop in Roney Plaza Hotel; M. B. Radio, 1219 Lincoln Rd.; Amidon's, Associated Stores, Red Cross Drug (Kodak Dcpt.). Burdine's trom Feb. 26th to March 8th. Advance Mail Orders to Headquarters, 708 Langford Bldg. Cheques Payable "Braggiotti and Chaikin Concert.*' Be fussy}... OXxtoSMf (3earr? It/afch /?ar **! $175 Now Sl.OOonwU Mfm^^ l egist flnrkftorj Beach T To Present Brazilian Soprano One of the most persuasive of all agents of Pan American goodwill, Bidu Sayao, Brazilian soprano, will be guest artist for the Community Concert Series of the Beach "Y" Thursday evening at the Miami Beach Senior High school auditorium. Miss Sayao, who has sung at the White House and at the Presidential Palace in Rio, is the only South American woman on the roster of the Metropolitan Opera. Invited to attend her local recital is Dr. Alfredo Polzia, consul general of Branzil. Miss Sayao made her American debut with the New York Philharmonic in 1936. In her tours of Europe, South America and North America she has gained wide acclaim. Her local concert will include the following selections: Sympathy j. Haydn Tre gtornl son one Nina Perg-oteal Aria: Qui-1 cnardo, from "Don Pasquale" (Act. I). .Donizetti Pol" T...,,111i11 Nln Montanesa loaqtlln Nin i.mi.in da Marquesa da Santoa Heltor Villa-Ixihos Nbapope (Negro sons;) lleltor Villa-Lottos Aria: Ah, fors e lul, from "Traviata" (Aot l)..Quiseppe Verdi ('lair de I.unc Gabriel Fa lire Lea Chevaux de bola. .Claude Debussy !.• %  Nelumbo Ernest Moret A dew oixeaux Qeorgea Hue Btreaa Wlntter Watts I Just Found Out To,lay Leonard r.i-rnstein The Tea-Kettle Bong Victor Young At the Well Richard Hageman PAGE THREE BIDU SAYAO CARLSON TO SPEAK John Roy Carlson, author of "Under Cover" and "The Plotters," will address a meeting of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, at the Elks lodge in Miami March 11. One of the best-informed authorities o n anti democratic forces in the U. S., Carlson will keynote the lodge's interfaitn meeting that night. Due to his visit, the lodge is postponing its forum on "Democracy in the South." Temple Beth Sholom To Honor Montgomery Presentation of the Temple Beth Sholom community service award will be made to John Montgomery, Miami Beach publisher, during special Brotherhood Week services at the Temple this evening. Montgomery was selected to receive the honor for his efforts in behalf of good will and understanding, according to Thomas O'Hagan DuPree, chairman of award committee, who will make the presentation. Dr. Andrew W. Gottshall, director of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will make the principal address on "Brotherhood—An Adventure." Community leaders including Mayor Herbert Frink, Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan and Superintendent of Schools James T. Wilson will be present. Assisting DuPree in choosing the second annual award recipient were C. H. Alcock, Mrs. E. J. Burns, Guy Ellis and Louis Krensky, vicep-resident of the Temple. 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iAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947 +Jenislinorfdrian PAGE NINE ISICAL COMEDY. OUNCE TO LAUNCH SCHEDULE uior Hadassah will start a Spring season 8:30 p.m., lav evening at the National ] when the fund-raising comL presents "The Gold Coast ts," a saturation of the exIT.KS of a winter visitor in Ida. titter, by Miss Eileen Cowen, I musical comedy will be led by the Misses Doris Al(Sonia Ziaac, Marion Cohen, le Sacks, Shirley Pardo and iCowen. Joe Pardo will sing jjcialty number with mem[of Junior Hadassah. bo in the cast will be mem:>f Masada, young men's si organization. Miss Cowen Kliss Florence Stein are di|rs of the show, which will |llo\ved by a dance. Jceeds from the evening will ted for various Palestinian let.-, including the Meier Shachildren's village for orL solely supported by Junior fcssah. neral chairman of the affair Iss Toby Cooper, assisted by [Roslyn Kivel, program; Miss nette Abrams, band; Miss kh Slobins, ticket distribuMiss Florence Samuels, linjj; Miss Shirley Pardo, %  city, and Miss Lucille Yadecorations. bkcts for the affair are $3.60 (couple and $2.40 stag. Miss Albin, 1918 Liberty ave., Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, [Washington ave., are taking (rations, |xt on the Junior Hadassah da will be a membership tea lay afternoon, March 2, at home of Mrs. William Tara5225 Collins ave. Miss Al[ membership chairman, anicis that the unit will con; ( house-to-house canvass pi its membenfaip drive. airmen are the Misses Flor[Samuels and Elarose Rogow. fa.-hion show by models from br Hadassah will be preId by the Misses Cooper and en at the tea. Other comles for the affair are Doris Iro, correspondence; Gladys Br, telephone; Toby Cooper, phments; Rosalyn Worth, kse<. [the end of March, the girls hold a tea dance in conjuncwith Masada. Another event pe a swim tea which will clithe second membership I on April 27. Final event of kai will be the installation (let and membership drive in en There's A Job To Be Done CALL A-l" I EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 612 N. E. 2nd Avenue [White and Colored Help % hones 2-5163 — 9-6727 ;f=F0R FRYING AKINO =COOKING M M 1 Y Ping Pong Tournament Attracts Nationals Some of the country's leading ping pong players will compete in the fourth annual Greater Miami table tennis tournament to be held 10 a.m., Sunday, at the Beach"Y," 1 Lincoln rd., under the auspices of the U. S. Table Tennis association, Randy Polansky, tournament director, has announced. Scheduled to appear in the "Y"sponsored ping pong meet will be nationally known paddle wielders like Willie Litfin, Irving Levitatz and Louis Glass, as well as tennis and table tennis stars from the University of Miami. Trophies and medals will be awarded to first, second and third place winners in the women's singles, men's singles and men's doubles. Deadline for all entries is 6 p.m., today. Entry blanks may be obtained at the "Y." Blanks also have been distributed to high schools, colleges and other agencies. Additional information may be obtained by telephoning the "Y." Emanon Club To Hold Dance At Hillel House Members of the Emanon club will return to the Hillel house in Coral Gables, 9 p.m., Sunday evening, for their monthly dance, according to Nat Etkins, social chairman. A collegiate orchestra will provide music for dancing. Special features of the evening will be rumba and jitterbug contests. Refreshments will be served. Admission is 65 cents. A skit entitled "A Transformer" was presented at a meeting of the club Wednesday evening at the Miami "Y." Participants included Shirley Seitlin, Zenda Weiner, Nat Etkins, David Goldfine, Morris Popover and Victor Rutansky, who was in charge of the program. George Sieget, vice-president, presided in the absence of Sam Kratish, president, who is on his honeymoon. Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor, Postal Bldg. WwfMptfftk 'jwmpm *S* ^ov ** Rabbi Joseph E. Raclcorsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 II ITOtlll MVOTID TO UlXUUOUt UVINO IOMKATIVI KOSHER CUISINE Urn, O -..'•*! M...f m— 1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH John C. Clark is president of Hialeah Race Course, which is acknowledged as one of Florida's leading year-around tourist attractions. More than a million sightseers visited the track in 1946. Hialeah is kept open between racing seasons as a public park. Says Palestine Will Be World Culture Center A prediction that Palestine will become the cultural center of the world was made by Dr. David S. Andron when he spoke at the Jewish National Fund meeting of the Miami Hadassah Monday evening in Temple Israel. Mrs. Irving Genet, pianist, and the Jewish Folk Chorus, directed by Louis Powesky, provided the musical portion of the program, the first event to which husbands of members were invited. Mrs. Harold B. Cohen, JNF chairman, was in charge of the program. Mrs. Joseph Carp presided. Dr. Coleman Announces Removal Of Offices Removal of his offices to 350 Lincoln rd., Lincoln bldg., Miami Beach, is announced this week by Benjamin Coleman, M.D., D.D.S., who has been practicing here for the past 15 years. Dr. Coleman, who limits his practice to exodontia and oral surgery, received his M.D. from Emory university and his dental degree from Atlanta Southern Dental college after studying for his bachelor of arts degree at the University of Alabama. During the war, he served in the Army for three and one-half years doing plastic and oral surgery. Boys' Work Director Confers With AZA Heads Louis Goldstein of Atlanta, B'nai B'rith director of boys' work in the fifth district, arrived in Miami yesterday to confer with local B'nai B'rith youth work leaders, according to Milton Friedman, Florida B'nai B'rith youth organization chairman. Advisors of local AZA chapters will meet with Goldstein 12:30 p.m., Saturday, in the Rose room of the Downtown Club restaurant to plan boys' activities for Greater Miami. Goldstein, who is touring the state in connection with boys' work, will remain here through Feb. 24. { j&GUST BROS Rto FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phono 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th Arenue TAjftlte lt.iii.ji IIIIIII % %  inn IIIII in in IIIII %  mi| i IllL IIIII in in inn |l"l| .• Iliuill MM iiiirlll %  i II MM Din %  mi in m %  mi 3 ii Original Rose's Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT — FREE DELIVERY ATMS Ave. 7 Course Dinners $1.15 Up D, KuU'^5i M ===^==^= PHONE 58-1183 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER Delicious food, efficient service, popular prices. Sandwiches, wine and beer. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS FIORIOA'S FINEST AMIRICAN |IWI',II DINNER Ml I I i II w M. r vir iPiEcii^ REVLIN HOTEL^S&r&cS S 1 Our Kosher Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P.M. 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;i i PAGE SIXTEEN President Truman *•£••• /'SlE !*to Immigration Problems with J.W.V. cww President Truman was urged to continue hi. "diploiPtlk ramrt behalf of Palestine by Millon H. Richm.n, National CMUI .n.l.-r af I • %  %  • \far Veteran, on the occasion of a While BMM Vl.it *hrn ktWRlW J W V'a O-llilude to the Prdident for "his repeated anWarv of a j. solution pfthe Palestine question." Commander Rihm.nl .p ngd ** President", effort, in behalf of displaced person, and urged that/lie U. S. mtke "ejusling immigration quoUf available for immediate use. OBSERVE FLOWER DAY Purim Skit at Meeting inual Purim £1 Pioi : I : %  %  %  • Mrs nt. mmunity an i syn that benefil I nnual f ten H.. the Puri the Kad pi P '•' %  p.m.. Thui sday at I • S %  lapter will pi .n %  '. ill | EAST COAST FISHERIES, INC. WEST FLAGLER STREET—AT THE BRIDGE In the Ocean Today On Youi Table Tomorrow Phone 3-SS14 jv^rTHebrew Academy p,ans Future Process V: and still %  %  I A ft %  ... cuiai %  i the curown times a day. New Poale Zion Group Holds Purim Festival Vv.lv I Ben G I • Zion%  n, will I •:.. Satu j, Stadlin, • • i ning W "J %  ;.. -Gatewaj tells 1 to build a m will p: Leon Kronish Boston. i and no fund? ti .1. • •' ,hl nexl meeting oi the Ben Gurioi brand Sunday, in tl e "Y." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY oi "rJnteTm^n Talks To JNWAI Meeting. The^u? Next For Town AJC Election of a nominatm. J mittee will be held at £ ^ ing of the Miami W om £** sion, American Jewish &** 1:30 pm. Monday, ijft Dr Isaac Unterman will be quest speaker at a meeting of ?h. Jewish National Worker, .Uianc. 8 p.m.. Monday, at the Beach "Y-" The P ubl,c ,s vited to attend free of charge. Gen. Gavin To Spark Red Cross Kick-off Kukoff mooting for Dadc county Chapter*! 1947 American Cross fund campaign will take place at Hotel Alcazar, Tueij. da v evening, with MaJ.-Gen M Gavin, commander of the famous 82nd airborne division, as gueal speaker. General Gavin, now stationed at Fort Bragg. N. C. participated inearly every American offensive in Europe, including the batthe bulge and the fight for the Anzio beachhead, and led t jumps in the invasions of Sicily, Italy, Normandy and Holland. A graduate of West Point, | %  previously served with the army as an enlisted man. The kickoff mooting, to be attended by an estimated 200 fund ra and key workers, will launch the local Red Cross campaign to raise S301.000 for Red Cross activities in Dado county. Mrs Joseph F"ine7 pre S2j I Cards, mah jonge and i ments will follow tllj* which the public is invhj"" Tuesday evening's tier'*-. of -The Male Anirnt?^ Ring theatre of the Univerdt Miami will be sponsored b/,2 chapter. Mrs. Mark KanK chairman of the theatre party : DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT New Walnut Straight and Arm Chairs NOT RAISINGS FUNDS T i Ji w ish Floi i I •' n ince tl at Histadrut is : ut conducting a !und raising ign in Greater Miami. Abe rlamlin ol Boston, representative ization, has been %  vi .1 meetings in this area, but his fund n fined to theHa. Cul .. Ji v, > -. community. AVERY OFFICE SUPPLIES, Inc. 55 S. W. FIRST STREET Phones 9-0398 and 9-9925 OPENING SOON it 2i'i PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES A L C O II O LI S M EXCESSIVE DRINKING Can Be Overcome In Only Five Days By Our Modern, Proven and Accepted Methods. PHONE 3-2004 MIAMI HEALTH HAVEN, 2627 Biscayne Blvd. CONFIDENTIAL A NEW FISH MARKET Now Open on the Trail Specializing in the Best Northern Fish CARP WHITEFISH PIKE FLOUNDER | Seafood WHOLESALE and RET.-UL LOW PRICES COASTAL SEAFOOD MARKET 2007 S. W. 8th Street ECONOMY \ EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection X GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN. President Ask for U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS 4 Fin. PSYCHIC MEDIUMI will give you l uc k y da n and numbers Guaranteed Lit. Reading, Daily Take Bus to Door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera See Many Varietiea of Rare Tree* Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years oi Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY PER ANNUM* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Tit* Fede-s' Savings and* Loan Insurance Corporation iniur.i Individual account! up to $5,000. Husband and wife may kava total af $11,000, fully Inured. Chsie federal Mvingi account! are legal Investment! (or Trait Funds, as wail ai Funds hold by ftuardiana, AaVnlalatratt.nl and faecutors. Funds Invested an or before the IOth of the month earn ai fj the Irt af the currant month. Funds Inveited •Her the 10th e.re as af the first of the following •CUAAINT DIVIDIND HATC CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1111 Uiftli Re... ..• %  • %  .If Hack East •*'*•• %  Haw •• wmm C. I. CLEMENTS. PMSMMI



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PAGE TWENTY +Jeistncridfo£i YDUAIG PEOPLE TO LEARN IBOOI JEWISH OKMIZfllK iuction of Jewish y nth to about organized Jewish auguratc-d this week reau of J% % %  th ing to A. P. G tive director. Civics, the pro. School give student Sui an opportunity l l • org;. %  j First visit I %  At : %  • •'• leag-..I • ae J. Ta] '.: up. In future visits, the students will meet with Morris Kl executive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation March 9; Charles Cohen. Jewish Social Service bureau, March 23: A. P. Gannes, Bureau of Jewish Education. April 13; Rabbi Albert Michels, Hillel foundation. April 27, ar.d Maurice Grossman and Jack P. Marash of the town and Beach Y's. May 11. Today Jewish life is impoverished. Living a Jewish life is somewhat in the realm of theoretic interpretation and philosophic discussion. The homes are not Jewish, the environment certainly isn't. %  %  5 %  Beth ] %  f the the Aj the Cei S D %  GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2900 S. W. Eighth Sfreet PHONE 4-5951 ASON'S GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 ROYAL BAKING COMPANY EXTENl ETI] SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS i' NICK'S WHEEL ALIGNING 2100 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-2828 GREETINGS T D. W. McCOY. Inc. REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches 1549 S. W. 8th Street Phones 9-2245—3-2991 T SAY EM BLEM COMPLIMENTS OF THE LEAR SCHOOL Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th Morning: Academic Instruction Afternoons: Music. Dramatics and Swimming LARGE PRIVATE POOL ON PREMISES 1010 West Ave. Phone 5-050G Beach Legion To Be Host At District Meet i th district at Leg: t to t : trict th 1 %  Kout %  %  • trict T JAMES ARBONA & SONS A Complete Line of Mantels. Garage Grills. Vents. Window Sills. Louvers. Steps All Kinds of Art Stone, Polished or Plain St Coral Gables p oi e -i::-:'H45 T %  %  -.SON S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE Ail N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9473 MIAMI TYPESETTING CO. NOW IN OUR NEW HOME 2015 N. W. First Avenue PHONE 2-5935 SEASONS GREETINGS SCHAAF PRESERVING CO., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building PHONE 3-7020 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LIBERTY SQUARE TO ALL A Moti Happ, Real Et... n_ l,t Real Estate Con. S*Ci,y BIdg t Tfj JEWELRY CO., fc 160 E. Flagler Sir*, PHONE 3-2197 SEASONS BEST WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th Street SEASONS GREETINGS L DIP 6306 N. W. 14th Ave. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-7896 A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD •1LflNSI L L S FLOWERS 2937 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-9195 SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road Phone 51916 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER in T MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS T MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY • 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 HERMAN'S YOUR VALET FRENCH CLEANERS AND DYERS "Good Work Is Our Success" Pick-Up and Delivery Service PHONE 9-2194 1390 S. W. 8th Street Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 224 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida SEASONS GREETINGS HOI E. WIOREDOCK Company 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 3-5433-P. 0 Box 1790 Miami 10. Florida International Motor Trucks Power Units. McCormickDeering Tractors Farm Machinery MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD SOUTH NOVELTY WORKS 3100 N Miami Are. PHONE 2-1614 GREETINGS 'i! C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machi* Company (not inc.) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth SW Phone 3-6481



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. jtHistncrtftor FRIDAY, FEB RUARY,, J Beach AJC To Hear Discrimination Story st rial d %  • %  : • %  %  • -• %  B W % %  • OJI ""• this P rti I Wrii %  • %  -. %  I %  %  M • %  '. %  B'nai B'rith Women Give Book Projectors %  %  -' s • i UNVEILINGS Brotherhood Luncheon Ir. observance of Brotherhood Week, She Rev. G!er.r. James of the White Terr.p.e will be guest speaker a: the luncheon meeting of Sholem lodge, B'nai B rith. 12:15 p.m. today, in the Downtown Cub restaurant, Seybold bldg. %  • : N %  SINCE 1901 Orkin hoi used th latest SCIENTIF C % % %  2--C25 to rid b i ; igj cf ALL DESTRLCT •= PEST5 Rats Termites Ar.ts Roaches Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. • • • • : I Mr. % %  %  It. N Li o EISEXSTE1X RudioJi G ft Prompt =f-s:r. /.:: %  %  %  %  ...REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Veiri .' Expntnc n Building C I v g Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach ORANGE LIVE POULTRY CO. Special! A Q FRYERS. ROASTHE N S *OC ING CHICKENS Shoched on Premises Daily PHONE 2-5533 50c Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 2-C789, Pier Mua ipal Docks BROOK CLUB 9424 Harding Avenue Tel. 6-2658 YVETTE CAPPELLA and PATRICIA MUSIC JULES LANDE PEDRO Maitre d'Hotel PAUL GOTSCHI SOUTHWEST KOSHER MEAT MARKET INC. Successors to ADLER'S KOSHER MARKET 1007 S. W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 4-3926 FREE DELIVERY DAILY Courteous Treatment Give Us a Trial and Be Convinced Carrying a Full Line of the Finest Kosher Meats and Poultry SAM EISNER MAX SCHENKMAN Well-known New York Well-known Butcher Butcher ior 33 Years in Brooklyn for 20 Years Proprietors Southwest Kosher Meat Market, Inc. NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY OTHER MARKET IN GREATER MIAMI Under the Strict Supervision GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus is a Participating Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION



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+jeistncrtftofL PAGE TWO MISS PASTROFF IS BRIDE-ELECT Personally Speaktna n Mr and Mrs. Harold Over S2.SO0 wo. %  >••<* ?< !" S and Mrs. B,rd5 Glickmm. ££.* ",? Ih" WS L "' S d .He ZT7T <= %  "***£ Mrs. Plant, Mr. Larick Wed At Rabbi's Home Announcement of the marriage of Mn. Eva PUni. longlime Miami resident, to Emuuel Larick of New York is Mt. No definite date has been set for the wedding Pastroff and Irvin Go! whose engagement announced last week by hi Ann Pastroff, 1856 S. W. I4tl ter. Mr. Goldstein is th and Mrs. Alex Golds) Pint-Tree dr. His fiar. the University of Miami. DEBBS' MEMBER TEA SLATED FOR SUNDAY Membership tea for tl i -' chapter, B'nai B"rith Young Women, will be held at the home of Miss Eleanor Quartin, 1809 S. W. 23 ter., at 3 p.m., Sunday. Entertainment w I i 1 include piano selections by Miss Ril Quartin, who has studied at the Julliard Music school. Those who would like to attend may contact Miss Trudi Lach. ALso planned i bs is a Purim potluck supper March 5. when Miss Marilyn Dachslager, 1351 S. W. 17th St., will bi tess. Women's chapter ot o nai a •-• As pan "", M Mor Held at the Beachcomber last country np Mr. and MrsMor Zeientx Friday the event featured a ris Kess ler ot New York are 1he marriage was .ol.mmd themselves. forma and Texas Mrs. Isabelle Levy and Mrs. ^ cnd MfS Leon Kaplan Bea Kantiowitz of Glenn Falls, ^ daughteis Linda and N. Y., are visiting their brothermQved Q heir new home in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ?g5 g w 12(h st ^ [s week Jerome Hecker, 741 Sixth st. E BaJTi na ti 0 nal Mr. Hecker is recuperating from j ewish War Veterans executive m •• :n t SS M irt,m, committee member from the The Rev. and Mrs. Kalman gouthern distnct wi n return to Shapiro of Brooklyn. N. Y. are Wash; ton D C, tomorrow visiting their daughter, Mrs. torrey Wlt h the Veterans Herman Isaacson, and then son M inistra {j 0ni h e has been and daughter-in-law, Rabbi and tioning Gt me Raleigh Mrs. Max Shapiro. ,". Stopping at the Maxine hotel n • WPP ks' vacai£ Rabbi Mordecai Soltes of After an eight *eeks jaca New York, executive director of 'ion here. Louis Krasn^r Yeshiva university ... Mr. and turned to St. Louis last weeK ... Mrs Charles R. Wobson are ^ J^^^S entertaining her mother. Mrs. tor from Lynn, Mass wasfeted Harrv Heifetz. and her uncle at a dinner recently yen by and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mr. and Mr.. Norbjrt 1RosenHorowitz, all of Chicago baum. 2931 Royal Palm ave. Back from a business trip to Mr. Weinstem, who ,si stopping the Windy City is Harry Schat the Hotel New Yorker, en erwartz Mrs. Joseph E. Racktained with the singing of teaovsky is in Jackson Memorial ditional Jewish songs hospital where she underwent Getting all the attention at an operation Monday. Also at 2120 Verdun dr., Normandy Jackson is Mrs. Louis Weinkle. | Isle, is Susan Jana Coolik, Mrs. Murray Grossman spent! daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Sam several days in the hospital this Coolik. Their first child, she ——-— %  was horn Jan. 31 at Victoria FRIDAY, rmUARv ^ J June Wedding Pi an ^ By Miss Levine week. Visiting the Grossmans is Mrs. Benjcrr.in Koller of WalWM. M. HURTENBACH Has Removed to NEW OFFICES 1411 Congress Building Phone 3-2324 % HI Sans/urtt "hiduotu Martex towels make dish-drying quick work 49 c e ach "Dry-me-dry' kitchen towels, dry your dishes quickly because they're absorbent linen, rayon, and cotton. And because they're extra large size — about 17x34 inches. White, bordered with vivid red, blue, green, and yellow bands. Martex matched sets for glamorous kitchens $2-98 Matched set by Martex— two dish towels (linen and cotton for qood service) 1 hand towel, 2 utility cloths, 2 pot holders—for shower giits, for take-home gifts, for your own kitchen! MIAMI BTORE, DOMESTICS, BECOND FI.OOK is Mrs. Benjamin Koller of Walhospital. Her maternal grandden, N. Y., who is the mother. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan of Mrs. Grossman and David j Ruskin of Miami Beach and her Koller. She will stay through paternal grandparents are Mr. March ... \ and Mrs. David Coolik, who To celebrate the first wedding visited here from Macon, Ga., anniversary of Rabbi and Mrs. to get acquainted with her. Murray Grauer. the Sisterhood Mrs. Harry Klein, 2107' i S of the Miami Jewish Orthodox* W Seventh st., is entertaining Congregation gave a surprise house guests. Mrs. Albert Davis, party for the couple last Wedof Washington. D. C., her sisnesday evening. The occasion ter-in-law, and Miss Ann Goldalso marked Rabbi Grauer's berg of Brighton, Mass. !SHP? n? ''Z'rnL 1* ,?£*?£ ^ s William Malamut. owner | rnnZ Ja, IJ1T*\ of ,he Versailles, entertained couple was presented a pair of silver candlesticks by Mrs. !" A l L a R lu c heo R n a,,end .Emanuel Karger on behalf of !? by Miss Barbara Bronstein.! | the Sisterhood Memphis, Term.; Mr. and Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne J;/ !" J ^V^ Sands of St. Louis arrived SunJJ | Khed ""Deal N. ,, 'day for a two weeks' visit with M ss Eleanor D Amon. Mt. Vertheir parents. Mr. and Mrs.! n Mark Sands of the Hampton -77; hotel, Miami. They were ac|companied by Miss Angela Colonial Inn Benefit Ends Visitors' Drive Visitors' division of the Sinai hospital drive will wind up ries of events with a giant show to be at| | v Ti)0 people at the CoInn Monday evening With Ed Sullivan, New York serving as master of ...,,,. the show Will star jo. F Lewis, Carmen Miranda ,nd Harry Richman. Several are expected to : New York for the occasion. Tl e event is being sponsored by 100 hotel owners and manprominent out-of-town guests • the chairmanship i A. Wien. visitors' diet-airman. Admission will invitation only. Guests will come from Miami Beach, Holly wo. >d Beach and Boca Raton. Gifts amounting to $1,850,000 announced as the total to date in the $2,500,000 campaign. A considerable portion of mount was realized through efforts of the visitors' division Sixty guests at the Roney dinner last Friday contributed $61,000. The campaign will get another • sui day when Harry Voder. .veil known sports figure of a few years back, will turn over the day's gross receipts of his Trocadero restaurant to the hosVoiler is also owner of the Palm Court hotel. Joining the list of June brideselect is Miss Mary Norma Levin whose engagement to Julian L Weinkle of Miami Beach was' a nounced this wei k by her parent. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Levine a! Wilmington, Del. Mr. Weinkk is the son of Mr, ar.d Mrs. Cart Weinkle, 1710 Lei M lamj Beach. A junior at Duke university, Miss Levine is a member oi Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She plans to visit Mr. an I Mrs. We kle next month. An alumnus of Miami Bead Senior High, her fiance will receive his bachelor's degree from the University of North Caroliu in March. A member of Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity, he send for three and one-half years a the Navy and saw iction in tk Pacific and Caribbean theatres. When discharged, he held the rank of ensign. Their wedding will be an event of June 29 in Wi! : h ;;ton. CAMP SKYLARK Inc. FOR GIRLS ON OSCEOLA LAKE HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Telephone Dorothea Dubler at 9-1923 Miami Girls 6 to 16 Now Being Enrolled CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Laud of '.he Sky" HENDERSONVILLE. N. C • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recitation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER Director 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami B'et PHONE 5-5975 DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100 o Wool Angora—Sport Yarn—Corde Mail Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces—Buttons—Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store 502 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 5th St. Next to Dade Pharm. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI PRESESTS "THE BARBER oi SEVILLE" At Miami Senior High School MARCH 1. 3. 4 WITH WORLD FAMOUS TENOR TITO SCHIPA GRACE PANVINI ANGELO PILOTTO VIRGILIO LAZZARI Tickets on Sale at Burdine's, Phone 9-1332; Amidon's, Cordelia's, Miami Beach Radio Shop and Opera Guild Office, 625 S. W. 29th Road $4.80—S3.60—$2.40—$1.20 Benjamin Coleman, M. D., D. D. S. Announces the Removal of His Offices to 350 LINCOLN ROAD, Lincoln Building MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Practice Limited to EXODONTIA AND ORAL SURGERY irncoLn _. COIN C MIAMI KACM TOUUW I .,„ r„..r>,.,„ol I r fAST ILAGUt *T ).< OWN ieA.M f APiTOl L -MAT THREE THEATRES, OtN Business Phone 5-7407 Res.dence Pho ne 5-4898 Whal did he do thai he shouldn't hate? What didn't he do thai he should hate? To find out, seeThe One and Only HAROLD LLOYD "THE SIN OF HAR0LD_ DIDDLEB'OCK" with ARLINE JUDGE. RUDY vi iS#* Frances RAM^ Ex,ra! M Latest March oi T^Lhi{ CJJ



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JAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1947 -Jenlsti fhrldllan 1947 CJA Newsreel PAGE SEVEN f % %  *i^PP • [. Above, Wm. D. Singer, center, campaign chairman, discusses trade division solicitation in the Combined Jewish Appeal for $1,309,741 with Ned Sail, left, and Herbert Scher, cochairmen oi the trades unit. Left, Joseph Gardner, one of the key men under Sam Lachman and Irving Franlcel in the hotel division. bove. leaders in the pen's wear division scan 3e cards at a meeting officers of the Greater Bl Jewish Federation. ed, left to right axe Lou l. Mel Warshaw and Her Bloom, chairman, iing, David Byer and Strelitz. At right Jonas, another active aigner in the hotel diat Miami Beach. ren Sapovitz and Jean Fleischman, cochairmen of -ith group at the University of Miami hang a poster 1 House, where representatives of six fraternities and 'orities met recently to review their part in the coming They've pledged themselves to raise $2,000. Shown cent luncheon for the liquor division are Aaron Leban tuart Gordon, cochairmen. who are doing a tremenBsk of organisation throughout Greater Miami. Zionists To Campaign For Southeast Camp A campaign to raise $175,000 for the establishment of a youth training camp will be conducted m March by Zionists throughout the South. Plans for the campaign were made last week-end at an administrative meeting attended by southeastern Zionists in Atlanta. Representing the Miami Beach district were Jack Burris, S A Goodman and Shepard Broad. Broad was selected to proceed with the formation of a corporation under the name of "Brandeis Camp Institute in the Smokies" following a report by Goodman on the activities of a committee which investigated camp sites around Asheville, N. C. The corporation will have the power to make final arrangements for purchase of a camp site. Establishment of a regional Zionist youth office in Atlanta with Herman Plotkin of Augusta as executive director was announced at the meeting. Plotkin intends to visit Miami Beach in connection with youth work in the near future. Abe Hamlin of Boston was guest speaker at the delayed Chamisho Osor B'shvat party held last night by club one of the Pioneer Women's organization. Great Tenor Voice of Our Age %  IAX BART Who has been acclaimed by critics at "the jovial song star with • golden throat." will appear in a recital of American, Italian, French, Russian and Yiddish songs. • CONCERT of SONGS of ALL NATIONS —plus— IMPRESSIONS • SATIRE DRAMATICS • Sunday, February 23rd — 8:45 P. M. — ADA MERRITT Junior High School Auditorium 660 S. W. 3rd Street, Miami ADMISSION PRICES: Reserved Sections. $2.00—$2.50 Plus Tax General Admission, $1.50 plus tax TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Princess Ann Hotel, 920 Collins Ave., M. B.; Mammy's. 2039 Collins Ave., M. B-; The Shoe Box, 206 N. Miami Ave., Miami. • YOUR INCOME TAX • PREPARED CORRECTLY BY OUR TAX DEPARTMENT OPEN EVENINGS MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Realtor and Tax Consultant 7117 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 70563 7435 Collins Ave. Phone 6-4011 RUTH D. GROSS Announces the Opening of RUTH GROSS AGENCY. Inc. (General Insurance) BONDS LIFE 350 Lincoln Road Phone 58-9538 ISIDORE B. SIMKOWITZ CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Announces the Opening of His Office at 350 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Telephone 5-9806 Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TEL. 3-6661 • Escrows • Abstracts • Title Insurance TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00 20 Years of Title Service in Dade County Investigate the Advnatages of a Dade Fedearl Mortgage • LOW RATES: Reasonable interest charges on unpaid balances • EASY PAYMENTS: No more than present monthly rental. • LONG TERM PLAN: Pays off mortgage without strain on income. • PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention given—no red tape. • A HOME INSTITUTION: Familiar with local progress, conditions. Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00 IMM FEIIELUL FORTY-FTVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President



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*J$wlstfhridiar PAGE TWELVE FRIDAY. FEBRUA RY 21.1 BEACH GIRL IS REGIONAL PREXY IN THE MAIL Rabbis Offered Aid To Veterans' Hospital r> Editor: „. somewhat surprised to read in the column "Face Facts Rabbi Heller To Speak On Music Month Program Rabbi James Heller, national vice president ol the Zionirt OrZ fiS >'"' spcakcr '") ltdedi cated %  Mus,c M nt announc the regional conference held by under way. the young women's Zionist organization in Atlanta. Ga. An attorney. Miss Frankel has been president of the Gi Miami unit of Junior Hadassah since its inception more than two [ volunteered to con., u Temple Israel Chi everj Sal s loists will be Josei SchreibBroward Notes Mr and Mrs. D. C. Ferdinand 0 f Hollywood celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary Feb. 16 wit h a dinner at the Radio dub in Ft. Lauderdale Their „ u ests were their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Herman White. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Robert BuniS. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Richmond of Springfield. Mass. • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfson, Jacksonville, announce the birth ,f •, baby girl, Donna Lynn, Feb. Wolfson is the former ed 1 gav %  : at the .,,,. On this • a ed by the Bureau of. ducted the ^*JZf*g£i tainly tl is is evidence of the deinthecelel [ music month. Recent guests from Philadelago. In 1946 she served as vice president of the regional n which includes chap... not ters .:•. Florida, G and Jewiunity to work with the t a ] in % % %  eeting the needs of the Jewish men. Some months ago I wrote a let.;-: in Boston of the resent with AIMS whii .. up regularly ft, • sen ices t 1 ,1 tation • that 1 • y auxiliary lied upon at any !" %  time if there were any S| eeded at the hospital. u r Si d we rightly asphia were Mr. and Mrs. A. Fine, who visited their son-in-law and laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Epstein in Ft. Lauderdale. • • • Temple Emanu-El was the scene of the Feb. 1 wedding of Anita Katz and Mr. Robert S il ina. Als i li • I at the weekend confer Miss Lucille Yagoda mi Beach, who was named tary of gion. Third n f the Miami delegation was Miss Gladys Tepper. Expar %  : Junior H throughout the South will b< %  Miss Frai tated upon hi i turn : riferem e. Plans are now in progress to form • well as i it uthern mil nee li Regarding the specific case of a veteran of the Jewish faith at whose dealh a Catholic priest administered. I hardly know at whose feet to cast the blame for this. I am only a quarter of a mile from the Veterans hospital and I know that I was not called. Certainly, it would seem that of the eight rabbis in the Greater Miami area, one might have been called. Every member of the rabbinate would have been anxious to serve. Why wasn't a rabbi called? I cerl %  %  it ne syswrill be esl thai Obituaries OREL V. an-l 1 •• • V %  • li I! The Pompano Jewish circle will have their annual Purim party 'Feb. 23 in Pompano. Friends in ""I "' .mounding communities are inM. liiivln, •' Vcici N. Saitz !. ^nea. WILEN • 7it.1 W %  Vltl %  %  in r. %  i NOTICE is HEREBY OrVEN Mi IIIIIMil.Tsil.-I:. .!. I business under the fl:i.I.County Florikl SIDNEY SAKS | Sole Ontf. .' 21-28 S/7-H-21 2 AOGUST BROS ftv, It the. BEST! Il MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. HeUk, Homes or Investmenti B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-Ssl %  •Trustworthy Service" Representatives to thi • pportunity .•nee pie lg I incn ast i support • Jewish for thi ".: %  %  S feyah villagi I piuls where war orphans in Palestine whicl JewisI chapis wholly supported by Juni emergi ncies, Hadassah. Miami's g I .. ca ll e d upon to the S200.000 national qu. I I Dr Kaplan. year is $2,000. Miss F f the Great • U ;': M M R tion Frankel automatically bee at Life Insurance Estates Authontative'y Programmed member of the national board of tors Daughti %  '. and Mrs. M. H. Frankel 1853 Washington ave. Miami i' ceived her A B. and LL B from the University M where she was president if the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She was chairman of the Miami Beach, youth division in the 1946 Gi Miami Jewish Federation cam-1 paign. Mrs. Israel D. Shapiro, southeastern president of Senior Hadassah. installed the junior officers at a dinner Sunday evening in Atlanta. Miss Zclda Funk, national Junior Hadassah president, described the World Zionist Congress which she attended at Basle. Switzerland. rabbi ci needs of 1 Sincerely you RABBI LEON KRON1SH. for REST COHVALESCEMQ _jCnBOMJCCASa MIAMI • w rinoun .iio'-cousT-rioP o WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 —Hotel, Restaurant T


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^-THE JEWISH UNITY ana THE IF W I S H WEE )LUME 20—NUMBER 8 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Cornerstone Ceremonies icheduled For 3 P.M. Sunday Nearing the realization of a 15-year dream, the Miami Y hold its cornerstone laying ceremonies at S. W. 15th ave. i Filth st. at 3 p.m. Sunday. Now under construction, the new building is expected to be completed at the end of le. Eleven thousand people have been invited to the exercises, lose keynote address will be delivered by Stanley C. Myers Miami, national president of the Council of Jewish Federains and Welfare Funds. Myers will be introduced by Monte Selig, chairman of the fcceremonies, which will be opened by Leon Kaplan, president of the Y. Brief addresses will be made by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association, and Rabbis Murray Grauer and Max Shapiro. A musical program will be offered by the Jewish Folk Chorus. Unveiling of the cornerstone will be conducted by the Y's building committee, of which Sam Seitlin is chairman. Bleachers have been provided by the city of Miami for the occasion. One of the community'i outITS DEDICATION Jew building of Congregation h Tfilah will be dedicated at Euclid ave., Sunday evening 8 p.m., with Mayor Herbert ink and other prominent resiparticlpating in the exerlabbis Irving Lehrman, Moses eloff, Max Shapiro and |in;iy Grauer will address the >, as will Rabbi Joseph E. bkovsky, spiritual leader of the uregation. Cantor J. Y. Goldring of the ami Beach Jewish Center and otor Maurice Mamches of Beth rid will be presented during musical program. Chairman of the evening will In. David S. Andron. ArIgements chairman is Nathan nsbcrg. pe newly constructed building a seating capacity for over persons and is entirely air|ditioned. Norman Giller was architect. 'ho congregation, which ades to orthodox Sephardic tra|ons. is headed by the Rev. ye Jacobson, president. Other cers are Samuel Weidlitz, vice6i I: Israel Kimmel, treasr: J. S. Rubin, secretary, stablished more than two ago, the congregation ted work on its new building May. First used during the Holidays last fall, the synauo was built at a cost of apJtlmately $30,000. )lic To Inspect rdiac Hall Sunday rivato ceremonies will mark dedication of the Melvin en Memorial hall at the NaChildren's Cardiac home HTOw afternoon. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, Bis of the $100,000 occupatherapy building have that the dedication be a By event. ov. i ver, the public is invited Aspect the building from noon p.m., Sunday, Harry Saffer, DH president, said yesterday, dedication of the building naxes a week of major imtance in the home's hisIt is estimated that $60.was raised at the annual Bboree held last Sunday at chcomber, Copa Cabana and Jn Quarter, though final returns have [been tabulated, an appresum was collected during day's Mending Heart tag Per expressed gratification e response to the home's tag standing institutions, the "Y" was organized in 1932 by 13 men who called themselves the Hebrew Athletic club. Murray Grossman was their first president. In 1944 the organization became the YM and YWHA, combining the men's and women's groups which had previously functioned separately. Growth of the Y is indicated in its expanding budget and membership. When the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was organized in 1939, the Y had a budget of $1,800. This year's Y program will be financed by a $43,580 budget. Y membership has increased from 300 in 1938 to 2,194 men, women and children at the end of 1946. Approximately 15 groups are affiliated. Major women's group is the Miami Service league, a war-born organization which conducted the Y's USO activities and is now integrated with the Y's many endeavors." With a full-time staff of 14 workers, the Y's activities are conducted under the leadership of Maurice Grossman, who has been executive director since August, 1938. Dan Rosen thai is activities director and Morris Klein, director of physical education. One of the year-round activities is the Y's nursery school, of which Mrs. Ethel Grossman is supervisor. Founded during the war as a government nursery, the school is now an all-day project of the Y. Another project for children is the summer home camp, begun in 1939 with an enrollment of 22 boys and girls. Last summer 146 children participated. In its cultural, athletic and social programs, the Y stresses Jewish content wherever possible. It is associated with the National Jewish Welfare board, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Dade County Council of Social Agencies, National Adult Education association, the Amateur Athletic Union and the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee. INTERIM ODDER [ K>peal. W complete story see page 17.) on the Shertok Plans Action LONDON (JTA).—Moshe Shertok, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, this week stated that Jews will now have to plead their case in every capital of the United Nations and will strongly defend it before the U.N. General Assembly. WASHINGTON (JTA). — A resolution calling upon the United Nations to issue an interim order —prior to consideration of the Palestine question — instructing Britain to implement the Palestine mandate free of all restrictive enactments, was adopted here this week at an extraordinary one-day Zionist conference called by the American Emergency Council and attended by 650 delegates from 37 states. The resolution said that the Jewish Agency expected to be given representation in any of the United Nations deliberations on Palestine, and urged the U.S. to reaffirm freedom of immigration to Palestine and the establishment of a Jewish state "in clear and precise terms." Another resolution called on the United States Government to assume leadership in the new situation and to demonstrate its intention to honor previously made pledges. Pending a final solution, the resolution urges the United States to use its influence for an interim policy based on the provisions of the mandate, particularly for immediate admission to Palestine of the 100,000 homeless Jews and removal of the discriminatory land purchase restrictions in Palestine. The conference expressed confidence in the leadership of the Jewish Agency and the American Zionist Emergency Council and pledged the "full support of American Zionism to these leaders in their efforts to open Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immigration and to attain Jewish statehood." Other resolutions condemned the British regime of brutal force against the Jewish community in Palestine; called on the U.S. to secure the commutation of the pending death sentences in Palestine; and expressed solidarity and support of the Yishuv and its "nationally disciplined leadership." Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, addressing the gathering, declared that the end of the road seems to have been reached with Great Britain. He suggested that it may be advantageous to have the question reviewed by an international body whose members "are not as committed to appeasing Arabs as are the British today." He stressed the "tremendously increased role" of the United States in the ultimate decision. British Cabinet to Present Palestine Muddle To UN LONDON (JTA)—The British cabinet has authorized Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin to take the Palestine question to the United Nations in view of the rejection by both Jews and Arabs of the government's latest proposals. Bevin announced the cabinet's decision in an address to the Arabs attending the concluding session of the Conference on Palestine. He said that a full statement of government policy would be made in Parliament at an early date. The decision does not imply that Britain intends to surrender her mandate or to withdraw from the country, Bevin later told a — +private conference of 500 leaders of the Labor party. He said that the only duty of the U.N. was to find a solution acceptable to both Jews and Arabs. Bevin is to confer with the cabinet on the form of the British proposals to the U.N., prior to making a statement in Commons this week. Informed circles think it unlikely that the matter will come before the U.N. until the September meeting of the general assembly, because the Trusteeship council cannot take actions except on matters referred to it by the assembly. It is also thought unlikely that Britain will ask for an emergency meeting of the assembly. A foreign office spokesman said the form in which the question would be placed before the U.N. will be stated in Parliament. He added that nothing was said at the meeting with the Arabs as to the steps the government will take in Palestine prior to submitting the issue to the U.N. The Sunday Times reported that the Arab states will submit a proposal to the U.N. for the immediate establishment of an independent Palestine state under a constitutional government. Palestine Arabs allegedly indicated to Bevin that if independence were granted, they would be prepared to conclude a 25-year treaty of friendship and alliance with Great Britain. An authoritative Jewish Agency spokesman told the JTA that while the Zionists would have preferred to settle the problem through direct negotiations with the British, they were prepared to fight the case before the United Nations. He said that although the agency might be invited to present its views, it would probably argue its case through a friendly state, which was the (Continued on Page 4) BRITISH BAN LIFTED JERUSALEM (JTA). — Tel Aviv, which has been out of bounds for British troops for several weeks, was entertaining hundreds of tommies this week, following easing of the non-fraternization order. Troops may now visit the city between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. ARABS FILE PROTEST JERUSALEM (JTA). — Palestine Arab merchants have filed a memorandum with the Arab League in Cairo asking that the boycott of "Zionist goods" be called off or compensation paid to Arab merchants to defray "losses resulting from the ban," it was reported here. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Relations between the anti-terrorist groups in the Jewish community and the extremist organizations, which have been rapidly deteriorating in recent months, reached a new low this week when clashes between terrorists and anti-terrorists took place in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa, The most serious incident occurred in Tel Aviv where six youths were wounded when members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi attacked adherents of the Haganah who were removing Irgun posters. A similar clash occurred a few hours earlier in Jerusalem, which was also the scene of a gun battle in which two Jews were wounded. In the Tel Aviv fracas, Yechiel Lido, 17, was injured so seriously as to require hospitalization. The three Irgun members sentenced to death last week will not be executed until some disposition is made of the case of Dov Gruner, which is now before the Privy Council, it was learned. Dov Ben Zalman Rosenbaum, one of the three, was moved into Gruner's cell. Gruner was visited by his sister, Mrs. Helen Friedman, and again refused to sign an appeal to the Privy Council. The other three youths have also refused to appeal. She spoke to him through a steel screen under the surveillance of guards. Mrs. Friedman also saw U. S. Consul General Lowell C. Pinkerton, and thanked him for his efforts on behalf of Gruner. Vistors Give First S20.000 To Local CJA Campaign Inspired by the vividness of a talk by Mme. Paulette Oppert, former French underground worker, a group of winter residents attending a luncheon meeting at the Shelborne hotel on Wednesday made advance contributions in excess of $20,000 to the forthcoming campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The meeting was presided over by David Phillips, chairman of the CJA winter residents divisions. Among those present at the lunch were Harry Aberman, Morris Gettleman, Irving Hirsch, Abe Katz, Charles Stein, William Apte, Bernard Sharp, Max Iralson, Dr. Joseph Weidberg Brunch for beach section of the real estate division at the White and I. Joseph Maze. At the meeting which was called primarily for organizational purposes, it was decided that the winter residents division will formally open its campaign with a brunch at the Shelborne hotel on Sunday, March 2. Campaign events scheduled for the coming week include the following: SUNDAY Cocktail party for members of the fruit shippers division at the home of Archie Brick, chairman, 1036 Lenox ave., at 3 p.m. House hotel at 10 a.m. MONDAY A luncheon meeting of the men's wear division (town section) at the McAllister hotel, 12:30 p.m. William Slepian, cochairman of this division, will preside. Meeting of the metropolitan unit at the National hotel auditorium, 17th and Collins, at 8 p.m. Leon Kaplan and Jack Abbott are cochairmen of this unit. (Continued on Page 4)



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+j€istnsddte£-^ = FRIDAY, FEBRUARYaj PAGE FOUR Editorial CORNERSTONE LAYING BETH SHOLOM MARKS FIFTH ANNIVERSARY • Temple edby r w ill be dance ld av afternoon oi the new edit ce oi: the M ; arm of Sunday afternoon oi me !" ~ staun ch supporters o: -. %  ke> >rganization wno nave — .. nmcle I beater Lanky, M • It hlnsky, Ual Green, Max Mint* %  Zalls. Ihsl dore BaJcowlu, i: %  • • Suaimu, Hull Kaitibfrg*, Louis >• >..::. Dwtaal an.I la. ;iI (Continued from Page 1) ,-,„,,., ,,,, of Dr. kfj U'FDVFSDAY Oonton and I >i %  ret. WB.UNZ.ounM chalrm. MtawI "Sacrifice lunch meeting, ot. llllw ,.,,..„,.„,.,, le tiuiSm en's Kift unit to be held Ins unll In the -d Jewakl ,-. %  ,110kii< ,-A Mrs Appeal for > On thf enol at Ciros. 182, Alton id. MIS t| „„„„.,.. i*,*.! Stanley C. Myers will preside. Coleman, Jeromi R.&UM THURSDAY '•• N Mlchnoff. %  •!-. id I „. %  %  .v,„ L„;IJ jHik Beltlln. A -, % %  ^mpapl Plumbing section of the build,,,,., ,„ u ,, U ,., I1K ,,,„„„„, ,„ „l inc trades will hold its campaign fund* dinner at 630 p m at the Downf -, f*-| town club. Ben MarKowitz win ,_. „,„ ,,, r lh „ ,,,,,. ,.. : „TonUm| preside Jerome WT< l *j Jewelry division under Herman {-£| ^| 51 : i will spcaK Rubin will hold a campaign dincochalrmen of th, lud, il poop. on "Tl • V ner at the Shelborne hotel at %  • Mai • %  so p.m. will sii The importance of continued. Hasupport for local communal and On Palestine Muddle ',.ps will elfare organizations, as well as 1 (Continued from p D aid to Jews in Europe, was practice it followed at the Uafl| stressed this week in a joint. of Nations. • include Yvett %  nt on behalf of the Com%  ity: Rubin! ,ll '. d Jowlsh A PP eal bv p on board of deputies, comme ntnM -.. tick Kaplan and Jack Abbott, cocha.r; the breakdown of the %  UJI ,en of the campaign's vast mettalks reaffirmed the boardsptl British Ask UN Aid The Palestine committee of l Pioneer Event Features Musical Program Arrangements have beer, completed for the concert and entertainment which the Beach club of the Pioneer Women's OrganFel • up. Priced I ticket Miss Margu I" S. W. 14th Kadimah Piano Recital Scheduled For March Tickets to the Bi ceii have gone on %  '.". tores Tl i il B opolitan unit. icy that any solution of the ptel "As urgent as the need for help' lem must be based on adherart is in Europe, we can't afford to | to the mandate, recognizing *| underestimate the needs of our, right of Jews to immigrate i gencies," Kaplan and Ab; settle freely. %  declared, pointing out that' In a White Paper on del* nine institutions in Greater Mi-1 matters presented to Par ^l ill benefit from this year's by 11.309,741 appeal, which will be [fi ially launched March 2. Of in $130,189.34 will be used tion Miami and Miami Beach Y's, the Bureau of Jewish Education. de Hirsch Loan Fund. M Jewish Federation, Brotherhood Rallies Slated For Week-End Climaxing Brotherhood Week rallies will be held in Bavfront park Saturday night and Fla, rmngo park Sunday night with ization will sponsor 9 p.m., Satur£3" %  'omposer, as printiona. Fund and child rescue fund.' w £ &%£% ^Tbifano The musical program will inrepresentatives of civic and vet• Miai Miami Vaad Hakashruth. B, will b> | Jewish Home for the Aged. Mt. Sinai Hospital and the National C mncil of Jewish Women. Defense Minister Albert' Alexander, the government that "in Palestine the presal tion of law and order (u>*l coming year) and the control J presence of substantial force*! illegal immigration requires *l the three services' fund. elude folk songs by Arthur Wolfson, composer and singer, and oti-.er selections by Mrs. Sor.ia Ar.yuta Melicov will play the piano. Mrs. Lena Mintzes. JNF chairman, and Mrs. Ethel Dorf. child rescue chairman, are in charge of the event. Refreshments will be served following the program to which the public is invited. erans groups Author of the "Sing a Song of Caesar is Friendship" book. Kirp and Mrs. Mollie Kaufman, scheduled to broadcast over Station WKAT at 7 p.m. Saturday He will also appear at a, blies in local schools. In connection with Brotherhood \Veek Caesar was the guest of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center last night. He was introduced by Edmund I, Kaufman, national initial gifts chairman of the United Jewish Appeal Sholem Asch Honored At B. & P. Evening mthor of -East Rivi an will • ... ^nuth Aliyah evening 1 nal W and • at th A Sz man will be gu, I %  Chairman of the evening is Frankel. A report on the southeastern conferen Hadassah is being prepar, Miss Frieda Shiffman. vice v dent of the division, who attendwU h end Park ** The metropolitan unit has been split in two sections. Beach and iuaded by Abbott and respectively. The for• ntly released from serarmed forces, is a Beach attorney. Kaplan. served on Greater Miami tion budget comwhich drew up this year's -. is president of the n Y. A ma ting of the division 9-Jewislifkridiaii FLORIDA'S ONLY ANGLO -JEW WEEKLY J Published vtry Friday /ilftJ I Th Jwih Flondun ^J •8. tonum at 8 p.m. In the tation, to begin March 2. more than 8.000 names are listed to be canvassed. Muni B-a-h an Sh#prd E Max OoldaUIn, Harry Buck. 1 %  > • 'I B Andron. Walter C. I Ashkenaile. I Turk and. Mori I MBnj Goodman. Mra. Harold Zinn. Matthew %  •' Second Avenue. Miami % %  %  m Entered at Mcond-cUM ""'U 4. 1930. at the Post 0"'".JJI Fla.. under the Act of Mre The Jewiih F | o ridian > h '.!,/^*| the Jtwi.h Unity and '"^ Weekly. Member of "•••, FU* graphic Agency. Seven Art* J Syndicate. World w.dj.New" „A National Editorial A ioe e B ,'rt..JJj can Aaaociation of t "\, r rf0\ Newspaper.. Florida Pre" A"-" SUBSCRIPTION RATE^ Ona Year S Two Yeara t Six Months %  FRED K. SHOgf Editor and PubH." RITA E. GROSSMAN Newt Editor ., TeUphone. 2-H41h^\ OFT1CE and PLA 1 21 S. W. Second VOLUME 20 ^ Friday. February ADAR 1. 5707



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RIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947 'Jewishfkrldlrtr PAGE FIVE New Y Building on way to Completion to House Activities "S *K.* %  1*<<1. I *M I ^**l** ^m. %  ~\ v'* 'er of athletic, cultural and social activities in J is the Town "Y," whose new building (shown in Jet s sketch) is to be completed at the end of June. gffl of the cornerstone will be marked during omes Sunday afternoon. Pictured inspecting Progress are Ban Easen (in sweater), who U in 1 construction, and Maurice Grossman, executive director of the "Y." In front of sign, at right, members of the Miami Service league point to the structure where women as well as men will participate in the "Y's" activities. Above the sketch of the building, nursery children are pictured with their favorite slide. Around the fountain they lake time out for the pause that refreshes. Below, the bunny that was pulled out of a magician's hat for them gets all the attention. Crucial point in a softball game is snapped on the "Y's" athletic field. Other scenes show teen-agers at one of their frequent dances and home campers at meal time. These two pictures were taken in the old "Y" building which was destroyed by fire several months ago.



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1IDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1947 +Jmisti fhridSan .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. PAGE ELEVEN tPJtAicJthj, Qonfidenticd (Copyright, 19, Seven Art* Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON iCHlDS FOR SUPERMAN Those of you who don't have a Superman fan in the house have en missing some thrilling radio fare And we're not kidding Bob Mexwell, young Jewish producer of the popular radio lies, has given his show a powerful wallop against discriminaL and bigotry This is the first time that democracy has been IN n into the fabric of a children's network series as more than a iinK reference to "tolerance" between commercials Orchids Ivc been received from leading religious and educational groups |well as from Homy Wallace, Fiorello LaGuardia, Senator Pepper ex-Governor Ellis Arnall ... The payoff, for people who have In afraid that democracy isn't "commercial," is that the Superprogram has jumped from fourth to first place among juvenile bus. according to Hooper ratings. ORTS NEWS [Not so much surprised as sorry to see Hank Greenberg put his ba< on the shelf Hank is a natural for a front office or jjagi rial post with one of the New York clubs ... If you're near back meet in which Irv Mondschein, NYU decathelon ace is level, don't miss it Irv is one of the greatest all-around Betes this country has ever seen Rated^ sure thing for the 18 Olympic games, the 22-year-old NYU soph lifts weights, heaves discus, high jumps and sprints, to mention only a few of his fents ... To top it off, he played a little basketball with the l-nolch NYU five before the track season started UD JIVE %  Norman Grans, whose JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC opened %  fourth national concert tour a couple of weeks ago, is doing a Vific job of mobilizing band leaders for a drive against discrimilon Leading musicians, including Artie Shaw, Tommy DorBuddy Rich, Charlie Barnct, Colcman Hawkins, Count Basic I the King Colo Trio, have rallied to Granz' call Granz him.i! heading the band industry's drive ... He has used a ^discrimination, non-segragation clause in his contracts for sevseasons POURRI tuoro Infirmary in New Orleans, where Senator Bilbo underwent operation on his foul mouth, is a Jewish institution Named ir a great Jewish hero of the War of 1812, who fought side-bywilh Andrew Jackson at the battle of New Orleans ... New |; Times owner Arthur Hays Sulzberger's recent statement that %  British wore justified in their occupation tactics brought this W from one Zionist leader, "Why should he worry? His national *land is ,n Wall Street." The Zionist Review is running a % word puzzle in Hebrew Charles Luckman, 37-year-old Went of Lev,-,Brothers. Inc. (they make soap) is rumored as a ate for the United States Chamber of Commerce chairmanMoss Hart will do the screen version of "Gentleman's lement for Twentieth Century-Fox ... The film is based on ra Hoosons unpublished novel in which the hero, a newspaper gned to investigate anti-Semitism, does so by posing as a • Here's a story almost as old as Hollywood: (this time the >i characters consists of Arthur Miller, the author of "FocusHie new Broadway smash-hit "All My Sons" and Warner pers) It seems that Warner Brothers had Miller under a few years ago—couldn't use him Now they're wavIigure contracts under his nose Modern Zionist Thought Slated For Analysis Modern Zionist thought and experience will be analyzed in a series of eight forum lectures which will be inaugurated at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Tuesday evening, March 4. Sponsored by the center in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Miami Beach Zionist district, the series will run through April 23 with all but the first event scheduled for Wednesday evenings. Jack D. Burris, president of the Beach Zionists and general chairman of the series, announces that Zionism in American History, topics to be discussed include Arabs and Jews, economic potentialities of Palestine, revival of Hebrew culture, communal life in Palestine, a symposium on American Jewish youth in Zionism, the role of Palestine in American Jewish life and ideologies in Zionism. To Honor Song Writer Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will tender a reception for Irving Caesar, well-known song writer and publisher, at the Grossinger's Pancoast hotel, Miami Beach. Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Caesar, lyricist of "Tea for Two," "Swanee" and "Just a Gigolo" fame, will render selections from his latest song book entitled "Sing a Song of Friendship." ENTERTAINS PATIENTS Two hundred convalescent soldiers at Pratt General hospital were entertained Monday evening at a party given by Mrs. Alicia Tuttman of the Cadillachotel, Miami Beach, and Deal, N. J. Second in a series of events which Mrs. Tuttman is giving for returnees at the hospital, the party followed a program arranged by Anyuta Melicov, pianist and director of a Red Cross entertainment unit. Mrs. Tuttman sang two groups of English and Spanish selections. Mrs. Essie Bernard of the Cadillac hotel assisted at the party. A campaign to obtain radios for the patients has been launched. Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER II K L I! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN DRINK PLENTY 6f V ^WelterDELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES .... 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE ... 75c iPlus Bottle Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 Seek 500 New Members A goal of 500 new members will be sought by Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, during its March 15 to April 15, according to Michael M. Isenberg, chairman. Team captains appointed by Isenberg this week to lead the drive are Alex S. Cohen, E. Albert Pallot, Milton A. Friedman, Nat Hurewitz, Aron Freilich, Phil Wallach, Lou Gordon, Nate Dubler, Lou Heiman, Maurice Cromer, Reeven Kalman, Ted Sakowitz, Sidney Aronovitz, Abe Aronovitz, Charles Breslow, Leo Scheiner and Syd Hollander. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hve your root repaired now; you will uve on a new roof later "8atiefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6860 B. & R. IRON, METAL & SALVAGE Buyers of SCRAP IRON, METALS and SALVAGE WE DO HAULING Highest Prices Paid for AUTO WRECKS MACHINERY. Etc. 1292 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-0211 DIAM OND | I CAB PHONE 3-4627 LLYWOOD CENTER > BUSY WEEK rcd's Jewish Communenter is scheduling a full Bn "! activities for the comock. bl Max Kaufman will on "The Founding of Our TV" over Radio Station 1 "' %  :i| ) p.m., Sunday, % ach party at Baker's HaulVill be attended by the leioup 7 p.m. Sunday and toup will a i so meet at 8 hursday, in the center. David De Sola Pool, forBlmnal president of Hadasn 'l Mis. Israel Shapiro of Beach will address the rud Hadassah 8 p.m., affairs are a card party Listen to the 'alestine Report V Sunday Evening ptation WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH FNIST DISTRICT and social which the Ladies' auxiliary will sponsor Wednesday evening to launch its school room drive and a general meeting of the center Monday evening. SUNFRESH BRAND* Warranted FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE Freeh squeezed from a combination of the finest tasting types of Florida Oranges. DAILY DELIVERY TO RESTAURANTS. HOTELS and SCHOOLS Miami Fruit Juice Co. 1206 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-5237 j TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Torrac. AM'S ILVER FLEET 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. 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PAGE SIX •JbifcH*£*#HL FRIDAY. FEBRUA PV, Denver Luncheon Fetes National President When lv. Greater Miami chapter, National H .me for Jewish Cl %  Denver, hold their annual donor luncheon at th< • :lt noon Tues dav, thev will iave as 1 guest Mrs, Fannie E I. rber, who has been nati i the Home was I nn l< I 40 >'< ars She will be Mrs Irving Miller, local | liont. Newi si U hnicolor (:'. %  %  '' %  activities of the Home will be sh .wn. Dr Nels tn Zivitz. I cal nsultant t r the H me, will speak n "Allergies .".i Asthma %  tainment will b< by the tars Mrs Sai IK Jt< i 10th av< an I Mrs Al i I Dubg W. Sev< • will acc( pi '• Sunday Mrs Kirstein is man > mittees include Mrs, Harry H. n: Mrs • %  :M:Lai • ns Mrs Siegel is in gi : the s uvenir urnal which will be disti ut< I I %  %  lunchc n Outstanding gu< -'Hy Fi %  t" Denver, mi :' the national executive and Joseph Haskell. Jerome L, sfeld and Ralph ber of the New York They will be a.• their wives In connection with Mrs L rs visit, the Miami chapl planning a dessert lunch< : r at the Impei I the Roney Plaza hotel Tuesday 4. Mrs Edward L Cowen will review the Broadway play. "I Reber Mama," and Mrs I. sing Mrs H and Mrs Mi rion B R event During her stay'in Mian %  • r is the houseguest of M i Mrs. Sam Lul y HEW Till S Labor Delete Speaks ^^} ^Zf'^ A, Anniversary Event Schedules Mee.m, Mrs Paul Rafl a d hei com J. Vii %  lsky, delegate of tn. the ia | hour wl ich will follow the cently retui ed from E f the M ;er at the c Auxiliary e Jewish Home for \. 5che duled !1 %  Tu : I < e etini .. •....... on od w Ci S v. %  ire. m ., Sur.da .-.. p s > %  • ei will preTo Speak For Pioneers A pale tine delegate of the Pio.,.',., Women's Organization will -i ve an e ye-witnesi report of conditions in the Holy Land at the donor dinner which ter Miami chapters will hold March Hi at the Hi-lene hotel. Henry Seiltin is chairman of arrai gements for the ev/it which include a musical program. *•* AMVETSW AMVETS' poMtlon /•>JL county and Miami Li*> erans council, wil ,** l at a meeting 0 f the RIKT**! ter post of AMV ET R s 0 Sq Tuesday, in the Ho [ e S H according to Nat Pol]^ mander. w **. •[ Formation of a ladip,'„ I will also be planned ^ t e Miami Bea ... Mrs. school, the j H( esident. A by Irene P ; Gerard H ft PATTY \ K '. • : .%  %  Als ; ting in the i %  • 5 ] j" 11( C \ Spor.s :.. • lewis : RUDY BUYS — SELLS TRADES Late Model Used Cars New Rentals Body and Fender Work Upholstering — Seat Covers Complete Motor Overhaul Bumper to Bumper Service 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-0519 AT V2 the Cost'. SEIBEHLINE HERMO HELD BALANCED TREADING WITH 'CURED IN' SIGNATURE SEIBERLING TIRES SEE US TODAY TIRE CO. PHONE 2-6133 NEW LOCATION MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 SYMPOSIUM "The Jew on the World Scene* Featuring Rabbi James G. Heller James Waterman Wise Hayim Greenberg TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 25th AT MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Tickets S1.S0 plus tax obtainable at Town and Beach Tt' Bureau of Jewish Education and all Synagogue AUSPICES MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE Ready To Serve You! Quality Kosher Food Center 1961 S. W. Eighth Street THE MOST MODERN UP-TO-DATE COMPLETE FOOD MARKET Strictly Kosher Meats Poultry, Dairy, Bakery Appetizing Groceries Fruit and Vegetables Delicatessen We Deliver Phone 3-6783