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The Jewish Floridian ( November 21, 1947 )

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[lievwiislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  ^f^T NUMBER 47 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Inited Nations Sets )ate for Jewish State IAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Independent Jewish and Arab states be established in Palestine as of October 1, 1948, under a nimous decision reached this week by the four-nation workgroup on implementation of partition. The group decided that the states were to become indedent two months after the evacuation of the last British troops, ,'ng official note of the British- ""' k !" Progress Reported In Census Drive Campaign Leaders Announce Plans For Local "SOS" Day, Nov. 30th forces IB— Lai of its nulitary U ld be completed by August 1. he working group's decisions, tch mark the first agreement ween the United States and Soviet Union on any of the ijc problems facing the Assemf, include the following recomiidations in the draft terms of Jerence: I. The Palestine Mandate is to {terminated on a date agreed L between the Mandatory and HJ.N. Implementation Commisk and approved by the Securi[Council. However, this date i not be later than Aug. 1. Measures taken by the Imfcnentation Commission become mediately effective if they are fchin the terms of the recomndations of the Assembly, unthe Security Council issues jtructions to the contrary prevIsly. The Implementation Comsion shall render monthly re; to the Security Council or (re often if necessary. The final ort of the Commission should [made to the next session of General Assembly. The activities of both the ab and Jewish Provisional uncils of Government shall be hied out under the general diktion of the U.N. Commission. py April I. 1948 the Provisional uncils of Government cannot ^selected for the two states, or, elected, e innot carry out their (lotions, the Commission shall nmunicate that fact to the Sefity Council for such action as Council may deem proper to the Secretary General of UN. for communication to • members. The UN. Commission shall oint a preparatory economic "mission of three members to i whatever arrangements are pS'ble for economic coopera' between the two states, with pew to establishing as soon as (Continued On Page 4) Gratified by the "splendid progress" made on the opening day of the census last Sunday, M. J. Kopefowitz, chairman of the population survey being conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, announced that the final day of enumeration would take place next Sunday. "In the first few days of the count," Mr. Kopelowitz stated in A report to Jacob Sher, Federation president, "we estimate that more than 60 per cent of the Jewish population of Greater Miami has been visited by our army of census takers." The chairman's report revealed that the number of volunteers engaged in the project include 630 enumerators, 10 majors and 75 captains. Mr. Kopelowitz said a postcensus report meeting of census enumerators will be held shortly after all reports have been turned in. He urged all enumerators who have completed their tasks to turn in their kits at once to their captains. Britains Die In Holy Land Outbreak JERUSALEM, (JTA)—At least four more Britons died and three were wounded in the third day of the current outbreak of violence in Palestine, as burial services were held for five young Jews, whose killing set off the wave of attacks. Two soldiers were shot down on one of the main streets of Tel Aviv by men in a speeding taxi. Both died. The city was alerted as sirens wailed and police cars gave chase to the attackers, who escaped. Record In SOS Collection Made During October More than a million pounds of contributed relief supplies for Europe's needy Jews were received in the month of October by the SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection of the Joint Distribution Committee. October's record receipts of food and clothing brought the total collected thus far in the Special Fall SOS Collection to more than 1.300,000 pounds and the total since the beginning of ihe year to more than 5,400.000 pounds. This year's collection of relief supplies, Mrs. Isaac Gilman, National SOS co-chairman, declared already exceeds the results of the entire 1946 drive by 300,000 pounds. Goal of the Special Fall Campaign, which began on September 25, is 6,000,000 pounds of canned food and clothing. Expressing confidence that this goal would be met. Mrs. Gilman pointed to the remarkable response of the 850 American communities participating in the campaign. "Cities like Syracuse, with a population of 2,500 Jewish families, have collected 62,000 pounds in a oneday house-to-house collection," she stated. Other cities which have already made outstanding contributions of canned food and clothing to the Special Fall Campaign include: Pittsburgh, Pa.; Elizabeth, N. J.; Houston, Texas; Hartford Conn.; Sioux City, la.; Minneapolis, Minn.; and New York City. Approximately 5,000,000 pounds of SOS contributed relief supplies have been shipped overseas for distribution by the Joint Distribution Committee. SOS supplies have been received by needy Jews in 14 European countries, including: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Rumania, Greece. France, Italy, Poland, Austria, Hungary and Germany. Vital SOS supplies have also been shipped to the Island of Cyprus. Pointing to the urgent needs ot (Continued On Page 12) Sunday, November 30th, has been designated as SOS Day for the Greater Miami area, at which time a city-wide campaign to collect foodstuffs and clothing to aid European Jewish survivors will be conducted. Pointing out that emergency aid is necessary to keep European Jews alive this winter, Mrs. Sidney L. Weintruub, chairman of the one-day cam-*f SOS Needs Canned Milk Canned Foods Canned Vegetables Canned Fruits Canned Meats (Preferably Kosher) Canned Baby Foods Canned Fats Men's, women's and children's clothing in good wearable condition paign, called on SOS volunteers to make every effort to collect vital supplies "now — today — when they are needed." Greater Miami Jewish organizations, numbering more than 80, are joining together in the community wide undertaking which is expected to collect 100,000 pounds of food and clothing for the SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) collection of the Joint Distribution Committee, under whose national auspices this phase of relief work is conducted. A series of meetings the past two weeks have initiated the campaign through numerous committees who have established direct mail contact with the Greater Miami community, telephone squads and organization contacts. Mrs. Weintraub stated that only by phoning 5-7461 between now and November 30th, date of the drive, will pickup service be assured. This number may be phoned and names and addresses left. The chairman advises that bundles should be left outside the door in order to expedite coverage. The navy hangar at Pan American Base has been made available to the local committee by the City of Miami for the storage and packing. Sunday School children will participate and synagogue pulpits will be used for implementing the appeal. Mrs. Morris Alpert. chairman of Special Collections, is asking for women volunteers who have automobiles available to please contact her at 5-2893. A fleet of 75 trucks has been made available by Greater Miami merchants for the one-day pickup, according to Miss Ethel Mintzer, chairman of the Automotive Committee. Monte Selig is vice chairman of the SOS drive. Mrs. Sady* G. Rose is serving as assistant to Mrs. Weintraub. Other division chairmen are Charles Jacobson, Men Volunteers, vice chairman Obbie Rosenthal; Mrs. A. J. Tobin, Women Volunteers, Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, vice chairman; Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Sisterhoods; Mrs. Morris Alpert. Special Collections; Jerry Freehling, Douglas Raff, and Mr. Blumenthal, Shipping: Mrs. Norman Oilier, Publicity; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbinical; Mrs. Leon Lorie and Mrs. Sidney Friedman. Transients; Mrs. John Temple. Organization Liaison. Other committee members include: Jules Chdnning, Mrs. Ger? trude Weitzman, Mrs. Ben Essen, Mrs. Max Meisel, Mrs. H. C. Moser, Miss Polly Gershon, Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal, Saul Von Zamft, Mrs. J. Brenner, Mrs. Frieda Kalstein, Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, Mrs. Harry Seitlin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Louis Lustig, Mrs. Ira C. Walsey, Mrs. V. Kravetz, J. Pollock, Miss Jean Guberman, Louis Van Gilder and Carl Weinkle. ifeline to Mercy Saves Lives Through The SOS • 'J %  fc film represents the lifeline of supplies for survivors. It is me moving FJ of the SOS-the great movement of food and clothing supervised by the F Distribution Committee with the aid of 16 national Jewish women s Ration,, and many other groups. Six million pounds of food, provided by Greater Miami and 850 other •Joan Jewish communities, have been shipped from the national £>U& %  *• in Brooklyn(l). ( M


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^m ^m PAGE TWO +Jelsl'ncrldlton FRIDAY NQVEIIffl Beth David Men's |£* t#wt# !" I'M THl Dear Younger Generation. Club Hold Social Beth David Men's club will be hosts lo members of the congregation for ;i joint social evening, Wednesday, November 26. in the auditorium at 8 o'clock. Sidney Lefcourt announced. Entertainment, games and refreshments are planned for the event. Harvey Herman. Frank Rose, Sol Rubin Eddie Safer comprise the entertainment committee. All members of the congregation are i gible to join the M< n's club and are invited to the s >cia] fund • Lodge Tennis Tourney Finally Gets Under Way Sholi I ins tournament, thrice postponed in s. : |ui to flood and 1 last Sun Hendt son Pi G irge n A. %  %  ,v in. John Sidl '.'.'.; %  Saul laplan, Jeron < %  FechlI wire • p mts. s and statuettes All meml i ins, young iter thi t this S better Jew is a better American." The true American patriot, Supreme Court Justice Brandeis, said this-and H you stop to think a moment, you will agree with him. America is composed of citizens whose forbears stem from many different nations. This country owes its greatness to the strong, adventurous spirit that brought these people nere--and to the old-world traditions and culture they brought with them. Too few of us Jews have been proud of our ancient heritage -a much richer and older heritage than most peoples can boast of. Now the world--through the United Nations Conference, is so acknowledging and acclaiming it they are rededicating our home to us. Will you as a Jew be at one with the world? Do you know enough of our history, are you proud of our ancient heroes who lived and died to keep our people alive? Do you know of the miraculous land-reclaiming deeds the Jewish pioneers of Palestine are accomplishing—the young men and women—your sisters and brothers? They sing and dance as they work and build. Come, and sing their songs and dance their dances—you will find it an exciting and soul-stining experience. Come and join with us so that we can learn and then teach our friends 'hat to be a good Jew is to be a good American. Stand up and be counted! MRS. ALFRED STONE. Chairman, Judea Groups. Young Judea group, Seniors, 15-17 years will meet on Sunday at 12:30 p.m., November 23rd at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Intermediates, 13 and 14 years, will meet same time at Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave. Chicago Club Elects S A. Hofi electClub Greater M a the E' .: David 1 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hav your roof repaired now; you *^von a new roof later "Satufactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 f. W 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-5860 Beach BBG Chapter To Sponsor Novelty Dance A "Pennj Arcade" dance, feafortune tellers, carnival an freshments will be red by the BBG. CfiapMiami Beach tomorrow. 8 p.m.. ,.i : w. -n r hotel. Adn to the affair is to be on II i person's waistline it lc per inch, according to Shirley Neileager, ii affair. Misses Gl >ria Saal and Rochel : will draw caricatures in : ecially decorated artist's booth 'i immittee assisting Neili will include: Sue Gloria Saal. Arlenc Jud> Nesbitt, and Barbara Proceeds from the affair arc for the croup'charitabh projects and an allocation to send Ii gates to the B'nai B'rith District convention in 1948. Mrs. Beatrice Finn is advisor of the BBG. Group. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD IN THE MAIL H> Thank You! November 17, 1947 Mr. Fred Shochet Jewish Floridian Box 2973 Miami. Florida Dear Fred: For the past year our Adult Activities Committee has been studying the problem of recreation for people over fifty. We have gathered data from all parts of the country with reference to the type of program that would be suitable for such an age group. At our request, you carried a Story about this program, the result of which was very encouraging and enlightening to us. Interested persons who read the item in the newspaper about the Golden Age Club, wrote us and phoned us. The result is that we are having our first meeting next Sunday afternoon at the Y at 3 o'clock. The Jewish Floridian is one of the finest media of transmitting information to the Jew. ish community in Greater Miami. If our Golden Age Program will be successful, you will have had a great part in making it such, due to the very fine pubRev. James 0^, Temple Israel Pul pil Rev. Glenn C J am ^ be honored by w' •ervice. this evening, ^ an announcement by ^ man A. Zwitman. The marks the c„m P i elion ( James's IS years of min the community. Topic ,,: n (m?s be : One Holy God," Rtf* man will introduce the and conduct the serv, ces KV*"? '' %  'bandits a hood wil hosts to R„ Mrs Jam, „ nd ^ %  White T. : pie at a Kaplan ices. Rev. James and Rabbi Zw„ have pi -"d with Father Atee of G. i church on the ami Round Table program WIOD for .he past year half. receptml following the i liclty thai you gave us. accept our thankl for your gl did coope I n. rely vours, • ; RICE GROSSMAJ Executive D.:e MILTON L. WEINKLE, D.D.S. Announces the opening of his offices ior the PRACTICE OF GENERAL DENTISTRY Mercantile National Bank Building 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 39, Florida Suite 331 Phone 5-3148 SAMUEL M. GRUNDWERG and MORRIS NEWMARK Are proud to announce the opening of '.lie .... jTOV V* ?e A V 0M r se It J0\H (MA J22^ ate ^ ese ^JEi*aw* DINING ROOM On SUNDAY NOV. 23rd FOR THE 12TH CONSECUTIVE SEASON • SUPERLATIVE KOSHER CUISINE .... Catering to the public lor Breakfast Luncheon Dinner ^^TA CffWi i &eathStodia Hihelidei Woto' THE SKYSCRAPER HOTEL ON THE OCEAN ON OCEAN DRIVE AT 1220 Telephone 5-6701 Two lcirge dining rooms available for Kosher catering of all social functions. 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FRIDAY XOVEMBER 21, 1947 •"JenistinvridlgcM PAGF THREE Forum Planned for Congress Woman A nniniitable discussion and op en forum have been planned (or the next meeting of Miami chaptir <nni'l | ll'nai ITi-illi Youth IMr'lor Howard Liebman has been named to the post of Florida State Director of B'nai B'ritli youth organizations, according to an anounccment by Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the State Youth Commission. Liebman, a graduate of City College of New York, assumed the position of B. B. Y. O. direcDr. Weinkle Opens Offices Dr. M;lton L. Weinkle, who opened his offices November 15 in the Mercantile National Bank building on Lincoln Road for the practici I dentistry. A gra i ate of Emory University Denl il school, he served at the Jacksonville Navy Base during the war. Son of Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle of 4120 Pine Tree dr., the dentist has been a resident of Miami Beach since he was foil years old. Since their marriage last December 22, Dr. Weinkle and his wile, thi former Miss Miriam Shafl I Miami, have lived at 622 15th si Miami Beach. membership chairman. Any memlloll VWOOCl l{l< k 4*ls %  "'' wno w ulcl llke t(> attend and .. • .„ hung a guest to any of the afAt the annual meeting of Ten,fairs js askod to ( .„ nl u l M pie Emanu-El congregation, November 5, in Ft. Lauderdale, Abe Markowitz was chosen Morris Wolf. 5-0276: Mrs. Mosc Rauzin 6-1994; Mrs. Louis Pallot, 6-2016. or Mrs. Dave Blank, 5-1573. president for the coming year. Other officers elected that ev( ning included Ben Kaufmann, of Hollywood, vice president; David Lyons, treasurer; and Harry Cohen, secretary. Plans were discussed 1 o r the i Plans for the forthcoming Cornew buildings contemplated by ,,nation ball and talent show of the congregation. Entertainment the Greater Miami unit of Junior Jr. Hadassah Selects 'Miss Membership' Latin Quarter Chosen For Congress Dinner Annual dinner dance sponsored by the Miami Beach chapter of American Jewish Congress, Woman's Division, will be held at the Latin Quarter on Palm Island. Scheduled for 6 p.m. Christmas night, the affair prcvues the official opening of the club, December 27, according to Mrs. Glickman, chairman of the evening's arrangements. All sealing arrangements arc to be made in accordance with the date on which reservations are received, Mrs. Glickman stated. Further information may be obtained by railing 5-5647. Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society sponsored a game party in the Robert Richter hotel Monday evening. Mrs. Martin Sunshine and Mrs. S. Axelrod were in charge of arrangements. IS FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • Light Fixtures Appliances llaiclios Open Friday Evening MONAHAN'S INC. 2208 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-0632 and refreshments followed. Quiz Box Q. Which animals are Kosher and which are not Kosher? (Submitted by J. K. of Waterloo, Iowa. A. The distinction between Kosher animals and non-Kosher animals is given in the Bible (Leviticus 11:3; Deuteronomy 14:5). where it is commanded that those animals whose "hoofs are parted and are cloven-looted and chew the cud" may I e eaten. A list of animals of both categories is found in these sections in the Bible as well as in later Talmudic literature. Q. Are all species of fish permitted for food? A. No. The Bible in the aforementioned sources declare that only water life that possesses •'fins and scales" is permissible for human food consumption. Q. Which of the bird species are Kosher? A. In the aforementioned sources of the Bible there seems to be no descriptive categorical distinction by which the birds are divided. Lists of both Kosher and non-Kosher birds are given. Observers have noted, however, that the type of bird that is listed as Kosher is usually the bird which lives on grain whereas the type listed as non-Kosher is usually the bird of prey. Hadassah was discussed at a meeting in the home of Miss Natalie Samuels. Miami Beach, last Monday evening. "Miss Membership," the individual who has recruited the greatest number of new members, will be selected for the December LIT affair, according to Miss Florence Hildebrandt, chairman of the arrangements. ADL Committee Fetes Fla. Regional Director Executive committee of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the local staff surprised George J. Talianoff, director of the office, by the presentation of a birthday cake at their executive meeting November 14. A resolution was also unanimously adopted at the committee luncheon in tribute to Talianoff on the occasion of his birthday, praising his work in combatting bigotry and furthering the cause of inter-group harmony. The League office is located at 330 Scybold Bldg. HOWARD LIEBMAN tor for the state of Michigan. He has done graduate work in psychology and sociology at the new school for Social Research and at Columbia and attended one session at Harvard Law School. Besides his 'social welfare work and directive activities, the new director has also been a staff writer with the Detroit Jewish Chronicle and has had editorial experience with several publishing firms. Program activities and service projects of the seventeen girls' groups and eighteen boys' organizations in Florida will be coordinated and directed by Liebman who plans to visit these chapters regularly on his tour of the State. Headquarters will be maintained in Miami. I in:; M OM 4 lull Hall To Be Dee. 15 A Chanuka Ball is being planned by the Emanon club of the Miami "Y" to be held in the ballroom of the Floridian hotel, 0 p.l %  to midnight. December 13. Floor show for the evening is being prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rubin, dance committee chairman. Music will be provided by a unit of Crusty Drybread's orchestra. Tickets may be purchased at 'he Miami Y.M. & W.H.A. or at the hotel door the night of the dance. Other activities of the group include a beach party for members tomorrow night at the First Street Beach, for their monthly "free get-together." Emanon club is a social organization of young men and women over 21 years of age. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month at .he Miami Y. For some 3,125 orthodox Jews in Italy, the Joint Distribution Committee provides kosher food in special canteens. SUPERFLUOUS HAIH Removed by Multiple Electric Needles and Radio Matic. The only safe and permanent methods. Frances A H N K K Freda KLIMAN 1431 Washington Ave., M. Phone 58-9520 Beach SUNRtfPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST, CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC C45ES lllTw JO" COURT ^IMIAMIJILO R1DA_ We have not forgotten Nor shall we forget the beloved families of those who made the supreme saci-ilicc. The sons, the fathers, the husbands who shall never know the peace on earth tne> so valiantly earned, are being returned to their homes. We offer our services and the use of our chapels without any charge. BEACH Memorial Chapel 1350 Alton PD. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5844 bring Blasbercj. Treasurer RUSSELL A. NICELEY, FUNERAL DIRECfOR WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL-LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS —and— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark the Resting Place of Your Loved Ones." 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t>AGE FOUR +JmistifhHdtofi FRIDAY, NOV EMBER 2], 1 \ %  %  .•'. EDITORIAL S.O.S S.O.S. — S.O.S. TheJewish Floridian news columns are this week devoting considerable space to the SOS drive which will take place a week from Sunday, on November 30th. The reason for giving advance publicity is simple. We want all of our citizenry to have ample time to get their bundles of clothing and collect the foodstuffs in preparation for the SOS collection pickup. The importance of this particular project cannot be too strongly emphasized. While governments debate and negotiate at great length the guestions of immigration and aid to Europe, another winter is fast approaching, bringing with it the threats of famine and exposure to hundreds of thousands of Europe's needy Jews. Crop shortages and spiralling inflation are preventing even those Jews who have found employment from obtaining the minimum necessities Df life. As for the 250,000 Jewish refugees, still waiting in the DP camps for permission to rejoin the world, their meager food and clothing rations are being drastically reduced by the inadeguately financed International Refugee Organization, the successor to UNRRA. A crisis in relief is growing which threatens to destroy the progress in reconstruction and rehabilitation achieved by the survivors at such great cost. In this critical period, the Joint Distribution Committee's SOS Supplies for Overseas Survivors 1 Collection has launched a nation-wide special fall campaign for 6,000,000 pounds of food and clothing. These urgently needed relief supplies must be collected without delay. In view of the slowness of funds coming in to the United Jewish Appeal, which finances the overseas relief and rehabilitation programs of the JDC, the SOS campaign for relief-in-kind has become doubly important. Surely it is within the power of our people to make available the food and clothing which Europe's desperate Jews must have to tide them through the winter. Which of us cannot share a coat, a suit, a pair of shoes? Which of us cannot contribute several cans of food from our weekly budget-so that they who have sacrificed so much may be given the strength to carry on? Through SOS, men, women and children who remain in displaced persons camps in Europe have been provided with necessities of life, with canned foods, with music and clothing. •> %  l.t.kA--* .-. THE ROUGH SEAWe can depend on the surviving Jews overseas. They are a people who will not say die. Their fight for life and human dignity will not cease—provided we give them the help they need. All of us are obligated to make the SOS drive an impressive and outstanding success. GOLDEN AGE PROGRAM The growing awareness of the emotional and recreational needs of the aged citizens of our community has led to active development of programs for this numerically increasing portion of our population. Many programs have been exploratory, searching for the most effective technigues and approaches appropriate for older adults. Many have grown out of a combined effort of family case work agencies, Old Age Assistance programs and group work agencies to help these oldsters become younger in their old age through constructive use of time and development of new incentives and interests. For the most part these aged persons are: Men and women over 65 years of age, who during a long span z: employable life had made their cor.-.:.c ^r.s to their families and community, and who have a rich background of exrn behind them. "Pnet People who find it difficult to face old because with it comes lowered prestige 2 status. In the economic life of our country must earn or produce to have prestiqe, and T can retire gracefully. People whose faculties and capacitie$ f 0 creative activity were dulled through disuse suiting in early senility. Deterioration was due not to mere age alone, but also to the psychologies consequences of isolation and social rejection Lonely, unaffiliated individuals who b quently have no place in a family that is satisfy" ing to them, and few, if any, associates W jJ, whom they may enjoy congenial companionship People who want to prove ti.eir usefulness through an opportunity for constructive effort They want more than the charm ci the past thev seek acceptance and approval in the present. Various Jewish Centers have concerned themselves with this community need, and in recent years have developed experimentcii approaches to programming for adults living in tie community and others residing in a home foi the aged. The Miami Y will inaugurate a Golden Age'' program of this nature on Sunday. It will be very interesting to note the results. MKDMCAL SCHOOL The faith of the Jewish people in the future of Palestine is best demonstrated by what they are dojng in that country during the present period of conflict. Hebrew University, atop Mt. Scopus, provides an illustration. It was founded 22 years ago amid strife, and it has grown consistently despite intermittent violence within the country. While a UN investigating commission is considering the situation in Palestine, Hebrew University and the Hadassah Medicci Organization are cooperating in the biggest expansion program in the University's history. Hadassah, which has a greot hospital, a school of nursing and other health facilities on Mt. Scopus, and Hebrew University, which has a post-graduate medical research division, are treat ing a Medical School which will admit its first class in the Fall of 1948. The present medical center serves all persom regardless of nationality or religion. Here in the U. S. A., the American Friends of Hebrew University, Hadassah and the American Jewish Physicians Committee are cooperating in the medical school campaign to raise S4 million in this country. United Nations Sets Date For Establishment Of Jewish State (Continued F Page 1) ible the K> i Inion and a Joint Economic Board. 6". The Provisional Coun. G i %  : nment of each state, not later than two months all. withdrawal of British forces, but in any case before October l, 1948, shall hold elections for Con-.and the pi imenta stituent Assemblies which shall otconducted along democratic lines. Election regulations in eat h -late shall be drawn up by the Provisional Council of Governments and approved by the Commission. 7. Qualified voters of each state for this election shall be over IK years who are: (a) Palestinian citizens residing in that stale and (b) Arabs and Jews residing in the state although not Palestinian citizens, who before voting have signed notice of intentions lo become citizens of such state. 8. The Arabs and Jews residing in Jerusalem who have signed notices of intention to become citizens—Arabs of the Arab state and Jews of the Jewish state— shall be entitled to vote in Arab and Jewish states respectively. Women may vote and may be elected to Constituent Assemblies. 9. During the transition period no Jews shall be permitted to establish residence in the area of :. :.lisci iminatory nomic :.: %  m will S u p e r v i s e 7':: I Bi • oet n Assembly Statehood '• "d no int ecommendaermitted to es, f the v king group intabl.sh residenc. I A1 :, shall be : the C( len, ..1 Assemnd shall consist of five mem10. The C nstituent A esenting small powers. hall draft a demoThe administration of Palestine itic constitution for each stati I insitional period between the ad iption of the recommendations by the General Aswhich will succei d thi 1'. visional Councils fG vernment, which sembly and the proclamation of J be appointed by the U N ndence by tinJewish and in. The constitutions ol ites shall embody, inter aha, provision.: a. Establishing in each Statl .. legislative body elected by unisuffrage and by secret ballot on the basis of proportional representation and an executive body responsible to the legislature. b. Settling all international disputes in which a state may be involved by peaceful means in such a manner that International peace and security and justice are not endangered. c. Accepting obligations of the state to refrain in its internatioTal relations from threats of the use of force against the territorial integrity or the political independence of any state. d. Gua.anteeing to all persona ...11 be entrusted to the Commission, which shall act in conformity with the recommendations of the Assemblj under the guidance of the Security Council. The Mandatory P ,\\ nol issue any regulations to pn obstruct or delay the implementation by the Commission of the measures recommended by the Assembly. The Commission shall authority to issue regula. and take other measures arequired for the discharge of its administrative responsibility. With a view to insuring thai there .-hall be continuity in the administrative services. there shall be a progressive transfer bj the Mandatory to the Provisional 1 lUncils of Government and the Joint Economic Board of responsibilitj lor all the functions of the government including that of maintaining law and order in the areas from which the forces of the Mandatory have withdrawn. U.N. to Establish Frontiers On its arrival in Palestine, the Commission shall proceed to carry out measures for the establishment of frontiers of the Arab and Jewish states and the city of Jerusalem in accordance with the recommendations of the General Assembly with regard to the partitioning of Palestine. A United Nations trusteeship council will govern the international city of Jerusalem when PaU'sUne is divided into Jewish and Arab countries, according lo a report of a partition sub-committee which had the approval of the United States and Russia. The Commission shall select and establish the Provisional Councils of Government in each state after consultation with the democratic parties and public organizations of the Arab and Jewish states. Councils Given Authority The Provisional Councils of each state shall within the shortest time possible recruit an armed militia from the residents of that state, sufficient in number to maintain internal order and prevent frontier clashes. This armed militia shall, for operational purposes, be under the command of Jewish and Arab officers resident n that slate, but the general poliIcal and military control including the choice of the militia's high command shall be exercised oy the U.N. Commission. Subject to the provisions of this recommendation. during the transitional period, the Provisional Councils, acting under the Commission, shall have full authority in the areas under their control including the authority over matters of immigration ana and regulations. The Provisional Councils <* Government acting under tne Commission and the J"'" 1 **" nomic Board shall have W sponsibility for the administration of Palestine in the pen if any. between termination of w Mandate and the establishment (Continued On Page 12) Published every ***Jff%t Sixth Street. Miami '• \ Ju „ 4, tered M secondc a.1 ma"• „„*,, 1930. t the Poet Office, o ,„, Fl... under the Act;of Mar" „,* The Jiwllh Fo'i""" "'.I, jewli" ,. Jewleh Unity and tM HO !• %  • • • -J editor ."P-W 1 -' __: o iui3 l! Telephones 2 H*^ OFFICE and PL*"' 120 N. E. SiaA *•*Number 4' %  """ 2 K,SLEV I Friday. Novembei % 



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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1947 Former Miamian Weds In Atlanta Miss Sheila Slann became Mrs. David Saul in Atlanta, Ga., November 10. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. David L. Slann, *Jenisti fhirSdllcim PAGE FIVE Mrs. David Saul former Miamians who now reside in Atlanta, The bride was attended by Miss Gloria Lazear, maid of honor, and Miss Jinx Engel, Miss Meredith Arnold. Miss Sonia Frietag, Miss Sylvia Pollock and Miss Roslyn Blanch, bridesmaids and Mrs. Sidney Huhman, sister of the bride, as bridesmatron. Alvin Saul was his brother's best man. Harvey Lee Cohen. M;i n Perling, Leonard Seligman. Lippmann, Sidney Rich and Theodore Levitaa ushered. Aflci a honeymoon trip to New Orleans, the couple will make their home in Atlanta. Beth David Invites Mothers to Meetings Bet:. David Sunday morning group has invited all mothers to attend their meetings at the Synagogue 10 to 11:30 Sunday mornincs. Rabbi Max Shapiro leadthe discussions. Intei marriage and the differences between reform, conservative and orthodox Jews have been the topics of previous gatherings. % urdtne's SansAvtr -dis&tvr.i Gift Packed Jellies, Marmalades %  t lP a P unc i 01 GUts to offer win a flourish, because these cure Burdine's own fancy-pack marmalades and jellies. Sun-sweetened, nectar-flavored! Marmalades include: orange and cherry, pineapple and raspberry, Mlamondin, pineapple and or ange, tropical fruit also guava jelly. Luscious tokens i Florida! %  URDlNE-3, MIAMI, FINE TOODS. FIFTH FLOOR Personally Speaking .. nlaa!^' S ^ iS bQCk h me bom a Combined business and fnZT 3* S fl h ,\ V 8I,ed hei **. Mrs. Bernadine Tucker in Huntsville Alabama, and then travelled to New York. Mr furnejrMiarn;/ 11 ^ *" ^ !" ^ ^ ^ u QUl N l nger Ve eran Arm y Medical Serv ^e officer, TZ i i u I 'i? PmC,iCe f in,emal medicine last week at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. r II ^ U / 1 ?r J WQS 9 raduated from he New York University Colege of Med.cme (Bellevue) in 1939. During his four and a half years in the Army, he was assistant Chief and Chief of the Medical Services at hospitals in the United States and overseas where he was in charge of the heart disease division at a general hospital. After separation from the Army, Dr. Unger served as Chief Resident in Medicine on the New York University Division of Goldwater Memorial Hospital where he conducted research in d.seases of the heart, liver, joints, and blood. Much of his work is in process of publication in medical journals A daughter, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour H. Evans of Brooklyn, November 15. She is the former Lillian Peretzman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport have moved to their new home at 1011 S.W. 25th ave. A son, Jerryl Keith, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bernstein, 4460 Post ave., Miami Beach, at the St Francis hospital November 9. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machte^ left for New York yesterday to spend about three weeks visiting relatives in New York City and Yonkers. They will be joined for Thanksgiving by their daughter, Naomi, student at Florida State College for Women. + In honor of her husband's birthday, Mrs. Dave Blank held a surprise party at their home, 4307 Alton rd., Miami Beach, recently. Over 50 friends participated in the evening's informal celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper of 1683 S.W. 17th st. and M*. and Mrs. Jack Lazarus of 1671 S.W. 18th st. have returned from Anderson, S. C, where the Peppers celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. A dinner was given in their honor by Mrs. Pepper's and Mrs. Lazarus's sister, Mrs. Harry Weinstein. The Miamians also visited another sister, Mrs. Raymond Brice, in Jacksonville. + Jack Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, of 1802 S.W. 17th St., was born last Saturday. Friends of Abe Kaplan were pleased to hear that he is recovering from a recent illness at the Jackson Memorial hospital. Stephen Jerome was born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kauffman of 531 S.W. 7th st., October 7. Robert Richter Post Installs Officers Newly elected officers of Robert Richter Post. No. 11 of the Amcrcan Veterans Committee, will be installed at their next meeting December 1. The gathering will be at their new headquarters, 237 %  Mi st., Miami Beach. Commander Nat Pollack wa> re-elected to head the group this year. Alvin C. Richter is to br senior commander; Henry C Carver, Jr., vice commander: Myron Broder. adjutant; William Baer, financial officer; Jac'; Brettholtz, provost marshall. Game night will be held at the headquarters, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Pierre Van Paassen, noted lecturer, is scheduled to speak at the Palm Beach high school auditorium Monday night at 8 o'clock. Topis of his speech will be "The International Situation in Palestine." The family of MRS. BELLA GINSBURG acknowledge with deep appreciation and thanks the sympa. thy and friendship extended to us from our friends, relatives, Chaverim and Chaviroth of Pioneer Women Organizations and Bealick Branch of the J N.W.A. of Greater Miami, at the time of our bereavement. Mr. & Mrs. David Freedman and Prof. Jekuthaiel Ginsburg Havana Wedding For Irma Silverstein A wedding ceremony in Havana, Cuba, November 8 climaxed the romance of the former Miss rrma Silverstein of Miami Beach and Larry Rochlin. The daughter ,1 of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew SilverMrs. Larry Rochlin stein was visiting a college friend in Havana when the couple met. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rochlin of Statesville, North Carolina. Miss Abby Silverstein was maid of honor for her sister. The bride studied at the University of Miami and Florida State College for Women where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She was graduated from John Hopkins School of Nursing and served in the Army Nurse Corps, 4th service command, during the war. Former treasurer of Miami chapter of the American Veterans Committee and delegate to the National convention in Milwaukee last June. Mrs. Rochlin was also active locally as secretary of the Flamingo Park tennis club and of the South Florida League of Tennis club. Rochlin, a student at the London School of Economics and Political Science for three years, interrupted his studies to serve six years with the Polish Free Army. He saw action in Normandy, Belgium, Holland and German with the First Canadian Army. After a brief honeymoon in Havana and Miami Beach the Rochlins will make their home in Statesville, where the groom is associated with Rochlin Veneer and Plywood Co. and a member of the Southern Plywood Manufacturers Association. They plan a second honeymoon through Europe in March. Attending the wedding from Miami in addition to the bride's family, were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Holland and Arthur Degutz who photographed the ceremony. The groom's parents, his sister, Miss Anne Rochlin of New York City, ^and an aunt, Mrs. Louis Kogan of Brooklyn, completed the party. ^, ROKEACH BORSCHT h/ I.BPACHf.SONS rBj BUT DtLICIOUS HOT ~. CHUlil Sam Silver Occupies Beth David Pulpit Sam Silver, president Shilfm Lodge B'nai B'rith, will address the members of the Beth David Congregation, 135 N. W. 3rd ave., on Friday. December 5. The pulpit has been made available to B'nai B'rith by Rabbi Max Shapiro as part of a program to acquaint the Jewish community with the functions of all Jewish service organizations. Sole Distributors MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4951 We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos COMMUNITY CONCERT S E R I ES AUSPICES Y. M. & W. H. A. OF MIAMI BEACH Bartlett DUO PIANISTS Robertson TUE SDAY, DEC 16th ALBERT Spalding VIOLINIST SUN DAY. JAN. 18lh RUTH DRAPER *ggg c WEDN ESDAY, FE B. 4th MENAHEM PRESSLER PIANIST. WED. MA RCH 17th IGOR GORIN BARITONE TUES DAY. APRI L 5th MIAMI BEACH HIGH 1420 DREXEL AVE.. M. B. AT 8:30 P. M. SERIES SUBSCRIPTION $9.00 Plus Tax Tickets available at T.M. or W.H.A. "f Miami Beach: M. B. Radio, 121!l Lincoln Rd.; Morris Bros.. 1261 Washington Ave.; Ardmore Studio, 7SR 41st St.; Three Sisters. 418 Lincoln Rd.; Parr Tours, 231.'. ColItna; Normandy School, 1031 Blaritz l>r. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE fi-lnfii f* I I i i n I



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%  flflHfdEiBN PAGE SIX +Jetsiifkridfot) Congress Chapter Join For Social Men and women of the American Jewish Congress chapters in this community have planned a social evening to take place Sunday at the Elks club. 720 West ave., Miami Beach. Miss Clara Goldenberg, program chairman. lias announced that activities will begin at 8 o'clock. Hildegarde has been scheduled to headline the evening's entertainment. Other artists include Lucille Goldenberg, messo-soprano and Herbert Silver, baritone Mrs. Herbert Silver will accompany. Isaac Toubin ml executive secretary of the American Jewish Congress, is to be guest speaker and will be presented by Mrs. Louis Glass* lent oi the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Coni Dancing and nents follow the p Mark G. Kaplan, acting president of the Men'.-, chapti r will be chairman and master of cere111. .n;. committee II. I.. 11 H Ma tin xu H, /. III. i • % %  an %  • ... %  \] l\ Mrs. H vl Irit (". \\ I \!.. V. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 %  1947 Council Honors !N>w Citi z ns At K ach, S, ..led. left to right: Jack D. Burris, Henry Spero, Dr. %  c • man, Alfred Stone, Abraham Goodman. Joseph M. Rose (president of the Center), Rabbi Irving Lehrman 'spiritual |< ader of the Cei t< N'athan Glosser Samuel Friedland, I. I. Mintzir. Oscar Mamber, Morris Newmark and Daniel M. Broad. Standing, left to right, Philip Salmon, Mayer H. Frankel, George J. Talianoff, Archie Brick, Leo Eisenstein and Ira C Walsi v. Landau Chapter To Louis IIVilllilM Celebrate Installation lours Disdii I Cell '.iie install. it:.in of Louis Heiman. president of the: Clara Hirsch Fifth District, B'nai B'nth, left n, .MI-. v M M • : B'nai B'nth ti.i.s week to visit lodges i:. the Miami Beach. "i v mng Women is holding a dance state of Georgia. -Mis .. Mi I: Hai %  %  Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Leonard Jacobsen, 4523 Royal Palm ave.. recopu !" ..... „.^ classes sponsor,.,! by the M section National Council of £ .sh Women, Monday at 8 Pm I Beth David auditonum Circuit Judge R 0SS Wffl Will be guest speak,,and F! ^ J. H. Dever, Eugene P?" Charlae 8. AdamswiJ rS^f the U. s. ..„„.„::*; turalization Service Deoartm.. of Justice. Two studSrJS Citizenship classes will pr \3 the^feelings iboHl ££ i Musical numbers and a social hour follow. Mis.s Edna Kauf mann Chairman of Council', Naturalization Department i. chairman of the reception eon! mittee, which includes MR Madeleine Breitkopf, Mrs, Sadie T g ,fr 1 \, MrS Jot Bdov M ". Nat L. Williams and Mis. Finkelstein. Florence Palm Beach AuxiliaryElects Mrs. Ed Cohen of the .' %  ... Pikeli S M. %  pu %  •i.l cocktail lounge For his fust .-top, Sunday. HeiR to man installed a lodge at Waycross. Monday afternoon he ad; .,„ lf ,.„. dressed a luncheon meeting at; ittee, and Miss Babe Fitzgerald, and in the evening at I Mac-oil. Savannah's lodge was next on Cohei -i by Miss ,, ,, ,, ... ,, „ „ the Miamian's itinerary for Tues(i. Miss Phyllis • Miss Roz G nd Miss Judy were day Wednesday brought him to Albany, after which he addressed : luncheon in Valdosta. Rosol s l day. A Dr. Paul Beck, noted European tenor and cantor, will be heard in a group of Jewish and Hebrew duets over station WINZ Sunday at noon with Ruth Brotman, well known soprano. Anyuta Melicov, will be at the piano. Miami Beach YM & WHA roller skating program, which was held regularly every Wednesday night at 1 Lincoln road, will be discontinued temporarily until the new "Y" building now under construction at 1S36 Bay Road is completed. Present headquarters for the "Y" are now located in room 233 of the Mercantile Natioal Bank Building. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida. At :.is final visit in Brunswick. Heiman installed a new Igi consisting of approximatenembers, GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE TRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty I.. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER MIAMI BEACH Oetter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. Hoteli, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" > % Ask for KOSHER ZION Products at your ; ALEX DRUCKER] MUSIC TEACHER \ All Instruments—Reasonable \ Instruments Furnished Free! < Phone 2-4303 433 N.W. 12th Avenue 22 YEARS IN MIAMI Local Delicatessen If you are in need of Kosher Zion Products This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Weiners Pastrami Salami 1 Corned Beef Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL III,OS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-C141 ELECT Ralph B.( Doc) FERGUSON To the Miami CITY COMMISSION Nov. 25 tl'nm PU1 ITICAL AD) Bernard Ostfeld Direct from Italy to Miami. This European artist brings his vast knowledge of ballet, modern and characti r, to us. MrOstfeld was born in the Rhir.elan,! >iian lus ballet Studj vith such well kn aten as Lasar Galpern and Julian Algo. Foi modern dancing. Ursula Back, Mary Wigman"s protege, and Kurt I ''"* m London, England. Bernard Ostfeld Mr. Ostfeld taugh ballet in Florence, Italy, for two years. FroO Florence Inwent to Rome. Italy, to dance at tee Royal upe' a House for four years. From there he spent much time w* ing Europe and doing Choreography for many *" eat ?o M— On completion of the tour he returned to the Royal W" House in the year of 1945 and danced until 194,. On May • 1947. Mr. Ostfeld danced his last opera and cairndirect to United States and to Miami. He is instructor of all and modern dating in this studio. He speaks German, w and French as well as English and Yiddish. Rudy Duval From the dance team "Irene and Duval" and well known to their dancing in the picture "Flying Down to Rio. Class or Private Lessons, Toe, Tap. Ballet, Ballroom, Acrobatic. Children 4 years old and up. Special Classes and Privet Lessons for Teachers and Professionals as well as ginners. Evening Class for Business Girls in Ballet an Modern Dance. Approved under G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS for Veterans' Education Instructions Start Every Monday for New Classes Bill Pecks Studio of Dancing 12th Ave. and 1st St.. N. W. Ph. 3-1758



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, A V. NOVEMBER 21, 1^4? Iwisohn Speaks k r Book Month Li Program Lit! Lewisohn, noted JewLthor and lecturer, will apat Temple Israel December observance of Jewish Book Lh it W 88 •' nnounced this k by Charles R. Jacobsen, ex Jewlst tkrtetbf) Li.tii'0 Letoteohn live secretary <>f the B'nai th Council. Ml members of community are invited free pharge. Iititling his address "Jewish irature in America," Lewisohn review one of his recent b en.; Jewish conBans also include an exhibiof rare Jewish ceremonial fccts reci trieved from f Nazis that have been shipped lliami from New York for the won. tnai B'rith Council of Greater |mi. in ci inunction with the Bureau of Jewsh Education, is ponsoring the cultural event as of their obrvance of Book Month. Montague Rosenberg, ch ; ,innan of the Observance committee for B'nai B'rith is being chairmen of all •3 *i Rosenbery toed bv tl Juvenile Problems Discussed By One-Day Institute "What is Happening to Some of Our Children" was the theme of a one-day Institute of Human Relations held at the White Temple Methodist Church on Wadnesday. Morning session opening at 10 o'clock was devoted to a presentation of the facts with C. H. Carson, head of the local office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, speaking on Juvenile Delinquency; A. Judson Hill, Dadc County Bar Association, speaking on Children of Divorced Parents; Dr. Reinhold Wolf, University of Miami, speaking on the Economic Factors Involved; Dr. Jess Spirer, University of Miami, speaking on Ethical Tone of the Community and the Misses Nina McAdams and Alice MacVicar of the Dade County School System, speaking on th Schools. The group broke up into five sections at 2 p.m. for interpretation of the facts and recommendations for the next steps that should be taken. Leaders of the five section groups in the afternoon were Mrs. Ellen Whiteside, Dr. Dora Klemer, Mr. Stanley C. Myers, Miss Nina McAdams and Miss Alice MacVicar. The Institute is sponsored by the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews with the following community organizations cosponsoring the sessions: Greater Miami Council of Churches, Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida, Greater Miami Council of Church Women, Miami Woman's Club, Dade County Federation of Women's Club, Council of Social Agencies of Dade County, Girl Scout Council of Dade County, Inc., Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. of Miami, National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591, Children's Service Bureau, Y. M. C. A., Boy Scouts of America, Board of Public Instruction of Dade County, Bureau of Jewish Education, Hialeah-Miami Springs Lions Club, Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, University of Miami, District Welfare Board No. 9, Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, Dade Florida State C. I. O. Council and the Greater Miami Ministerial Association. PAGE SEVEN First \it;In New High at !tis< %  > ,„ After a record-breaking Inaugural night of 13,461 paid admissions and a pari-mutuels total of $241,292 as well as succeeding history-making nights of racing, attendance and mutuels, the Biscayne Kennel Club is ready for the remaining nights of its 43night Fall meeting continuing through January 3. With nightly weekday racing starting at 7:45 p.m. and the programs being comprised of 10 events, the annual major stakes ahead are, Nov. 29, the Fort Lauderdale Trophy; Dec. 6, American Legion Trophy; Dec. 13, Juvenile Stakes Eliminations; Dec. 20, Miami Shores Trophy; Dec. 25, Christmas Night Trophy; Dec 27, Juvenile Championship Stakes and Jan. 1, New Year-Orange Bowl Trophy. One of the outstanding features of Biscayne's early meeting is the unanimous acclaim of the ultra-modern electric totalisator odds board and room, the newest designed, which was constructed by the American Totalisator Co. Also, popular with patrons is Biscayne's new policy of not holding dogs at the box. Miami "Y" Presents Musicale For Golden Age Group on Sunday First meeting of the Golden Age Group, designed for people over 50 years of age, will be held at the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A., 1567 S.W. 5th St., Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami Y, explained that "for the past year the Adult Activities Committee, under the chairmanship of Ben Essen, made a study of recreation for old age persons. The growing awareness of the emotional and recreational needs of the aged citizens of our community has led to an active development of a program for this numerically increasing portion of our population." Sunday's program will consist of a business meeting, followed by a musicale. Miami Service League of the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A. will serve refreshments. Persons over 50 years of age are invited to come. B'nai B'rith Federation Calls State Meeting Jack A. Abbott, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, has called a meeting of the state executive committee at the Seaside hotel, Daytona Beach, November 22 and 23. Reports on Hillel and youth activities and the work of the Anti-Defamation League will highlight the two-day parley. Representatives from Miami include Harold Turk. Milton A. Friedman, E. Albert Pallot, Ram Silver, Walter C. Kovner. and George J. Talianoff. More than 11,100 Jewish children in France depend on the Joint Distribution Committee. Of this number, 3,100 are cared for in 66 JDC-supported children's homes; 2,000 live in JDC-assisted foster families, and 2.500 are helped through aid to t h e i r parents. NEW SURF HOTEL 89h On *ne Oceon BREAKFAST. LUNCH DINNERS Featuring Full Course Dinners From 170JIU,5*ST. f T*ViniVk V ft 2-9814 psh Education Committees itheaduit Bnai B'rith groups. THE ANDRONS Present Their Newest Hotel 1 ALBION lincoln Road at lames MIAMI IEACH, FU. Swimming Pool and Cabana Club, Air-Conditioned Dining Room and Cocktail Lounge SEASONAL RATES From $1,500 %  to Mi; i" Phono 5-2901 Sfti SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC nil: LO\IM AIS>IS HOI I I 727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach OPENING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH, 4:30 P. M. 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II %  •• It II Midi";*' STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach THE ORIGINAL ROSE'S NOW OPEN KOSHER RESTAURANT 318 Collins Ave.. M. B. Serving the same wholesome Kosher food as in former years. Complete meals prepared to take out. Telephone 5-9914 KIN(I BAKE SHOP Now under management of Sol Pikarsky "Not Just Baked Goods But QUALITY" 1894 S. W. 8th St. Phone 9-3924 1 %  % 



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%  %  I "I PAGE EIGHT +JeistFkridlkM ^IDAY. NOVEMBER; James McDonald Announced Speaker At Medical School Dinner Dec. 7 r; A meeting of the local planning committee to raise funds for the Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical School in Palestine was held at the Sea Isle Hotel November 11th when Leo Robinson was host at a luncheon. Dr. Morris G.Kidman, chairman of the South Florida section, announced that a dinner in behalf of the medical school will be held on Miami He ach, December 7th. at the Woff id Hotel, with James G. McDona'd, former United Nati ns High C .mmissioner, as Appearing on the same program will be Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. president of the Universitj i I Miami. Dr. S. Chi les Werblow will head the gi up of local sp insors and will serve as overall chairman of solicitation, with Dr. William H. Bernstein as chairman of the physicians committee and Mrs. Irving Lehrman in charge of arrangements. 1 ymmf V § jjjjfe ^ J2L& I" IT ^Hi %*. • --•^ First Building Started At H.U.Med School Which Will Open Doors in Fall of 1948 JUil SALEM > Bj < shle)—Ground Thanksgiving Dance To End Membership Drive To nate thi Miami B 1 B*ril bershi] %  planni Harry Zuker:. ill be a : • >n. A and entertain' % % %  • N lected I i the : I ROACHES Sorority To Choose Model University Miss Featuring a -round-the-clock" e, the third annual Model rsitj Miss contest, sponby Alpha Epsilon Phi so. at the University of Miset for Nov. 29 at the Lord Tarleton hotel, Miami Beach. Nacy's Of Lincoln Road is outfitting the contestants in the 1947 cditioi s of the fashion show event. Accc ssories will be from David's Fifth Avenue, while furs for thi are from Pinto. J. Baldi, Coral Gables han-drc.-sil] style t e contestants hair. As in past years, each Univerlorority will be represented ell as independent groups. Roberts is fashion co-ordifor thi show while Dick 1M en selected as comment I ORKIN ha, I n lirnk.-n for ihe roiMlrUrtion of ihr Biolof) Building (above), ilie tit-1 of IIMnr..ii|> MI Mi Scopus which will romprUr ilnHebrew I niverily ,,n.I Hidoxh Medieal School, for whirh il.oon.oon ii lieing raised in ilie I'niti'd Mil'by Hadamah ami ihe Amrriran Friend* "f ihe Hebrew U|tiverily. The -Inn tun-, which will l' buill ai i o-i "i 1600.000, will Inrompleted b ill.Fall -if l48.when tinlir-i rlan ,i >fl nirilii.il -in.Innill be admiti-.l h Mill be -iiiui'-il between IIH.ir. %  %  •HI Hrhrevt L'niveritj campua mil lln I inn r-il> ll.nl.i--.ili M.iliial ( rnlrr, whiili includes the RothschildII nl.i--.ili • I ni< i-ii% lln-pilal, the II. in 1.11.1 Siobl S1 11if Nursingand ill. Nathan Katnoff lluililinft. III. Ilioloin Building will house ill. I. |..iiiin. ntof llolum and /.ml":i ..1 ilir I mv.r-iiv N. w i|tiarteri nri n.-. .1. .1 f.r tli.-r departmentsIn arrnmnioilale prc-mrdiral student* in addition to those enrolled at majors in I...t.iiiv and zoology, and to improve the general research and teaching facilities of the University. The blueprints for the Biology Building were drawn by Joseph Klarwein, a member of the faculty of the Haifa Terhniral Institute, who it sup.rvi-ing the construction of the building. The fund* for the Biology Building and for other units needed for the establishment of this first Palestine Medical School are being raised in the United Slates by a campaign committee of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and Hadassah under the co-chairmanship of Col. Harold Riegelman and Mr*. Samuel J. Rosentohn. The Medical School Campaign goal is 14,000,000, and it ha* the support of both Independent drives ami Jewish Welfare funds in loinmunilies throughout the country. Dr ^WASSJS INF Council Meetinn *• Da v..l S. Andro 7 and lecturer, will ope ". *• Mi Z^ Coune..tobeheldat t he„ e ; Academy, Miami Beach w* da y8 p.m. Commute, Z and proposals f or the year', tivities will be discussed The J.N.F. counci ewhteen Zionist organic includinc youth groups Eft. of the council are directed, ward redeeming the \Z EreU Israel. lad The public is asked to h. • %  ent at Wednesday's m £* Miamians Elected Shepard Broad and Alex, Van Straaten, of Miami Ba were selected as officers 0 f, Southeastern Regional fa Organization of America § conference held last w^J Nashville, Tenn. Broad will J as vice president and vj Straaten as secretary. JLC Leader Addresses Workmen Circle Group Irving s I field direct the Ji Labor Committee of \W %  Sabbath obs "; e Jotion*2l tel work or any J£ fa Myron ft *f 3212 Svca* 0 %  nuwland Bl#S



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FRIPAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947 *JeHisfiFk>ridrir>n PAGE NINE Max Samuels' Celebrate Burnstein Newly weds to Golden Anniversary Golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Max Samuels of 1820 S W. Hth ave., was celebrat',",.,., Sunday in the Versailles hbtel a1 a dinner party given in ir h inor by their son-in-law an ,l d lUghter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis w „| f( included in the group of Vl 70 guests were: Mr. and Mrs. William B. Rosenthal and Mrs. Sain Rosthal of New York City; an rt Mrs. Mary Kaufman, Yonk N %  Y The Samuels, who came here (,,„„ Stanford, Conn., 15 years ago, arc still actively engaged in business. They have two grandchildren, Miss Babs and Mrs. Gladys L. Weintraub, and two great-grandchildren, Bethany and Pam Weintraub, all of Miami. Reside on Miami Beach Miss Thelma Lois Goldfield and Horace A. Burnstein exchanged vows at the Robert Richter hotel November 8. They are now makLoveman's Wed Nov. 9 Now residing in Miami are Dr. and Mrs. David Loveman whose ige took place in the chapel of the Shelborne hotel, November 9. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman rmed the ceremony. The former Miss Linda Goldthe daughter of Mr. and M Louis Goldfarb, 680 S.W. 7th ave. Her matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. William R. Zinner of Wilmington, N. C. Miss I; i Loveman, sister of the was maid of honor. I 1 Jonas served as best man for I. veman, son of Mrs. Esther Lovi n an of 429 N.W. 12th ave. i were David Rosenfeld. loosa, Ala., and Max Rosenfeld Miami Beach, uncles of the bridegroom. Tides HoiH Dining Room OJM'MS Sunday The Tides Hotel, 1220 Ocean dr., Miami Beach, will formally inaugurate the current season on Sunday, November 23rd, when its dining room will open. Beginning its 12th season, the Tides this year will be operated by Samuel Grundwerg, one of its original owners, and Morris Newmurk, extensive Miami Beach hotel operator. "The Tides Hotel has spared no expense nor effort in preparing to give the best in kosher cuisine in addition to its many other services, and will continue to measure up to its renowned reputation for Kashruth and excellence that it has achieved during its many years of successful operation," the owners state. LEGAL NOTICE and Miami 'Y' Players Meet Every Monday K I meeting of the "Y Player-, on Nov. 10 was featured bj e appearance of Frederick I. Jr., head of the Drama Dent of the University of Miami. Ko,h discussed the motivations and benefits obtained by the In. ial through participation in tie Theatre Group. He outposaible programs for the and suggested projects upon which the group might embark. y Lipkin, director of the "Y Players," and student assistant Koch at the University, was u at the meeting on Noer 17, to assign parts in several one-act plays. The "Y Players," the Little T tre Group of the Miami Y.M. & Y W.H.A., meets regularly on iday evenings at the Y, 450 Mrs. Horace Bernstein ing their home at Tenth Meridian. Miami Beach. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer H. Goldfield of Miami. She was graduated from Miami Beach High school and is now a junior at the University of Miami where she is a member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority. Burnstein. a service veteran, was graduated from New York University. He is now a partner in the firm of Jacobi Originals of Miami. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 18887 (to! ICstatn of AUK OREL, I icrcastil Notice of Intention to Make Application for Final Discharge NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge; an Administratrix Cum Testamento Annexo of the estate of AUK OREL, deceased; and that on the 18th day of DecemI %  • • i. INT, I will apply to the Honorable W. !••. nianton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval Of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix, CTA, of the Batata of Abe Orel, deceased. This isth day of November, W47. ANNE OREL. I'.UKSr.OW a GELB, American Bank Bid*., Miami, Fla., Attorneys for Administrate CTA. 11/21-28, 11/6-11, Legal Fraternity Elects Theta chapter of Nu Beta Epsilon. legal fraternity at the University of Miami recently elected Alfred Nesbitt as Chancellor for the year. Larry Kjmmel will be vicechancellor; Mervin Ames, scribe; Stanley Spieler, exchequer; Saul Genet, marshall. Gershon Miller was made first honorary chancellor of the group. The fraternity sponsored an address for the school of Law by Miami City Manager, R. G. Danner, November 12. Plans of the chapter call for future addresses by prominent leaders in government and law. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY (11VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious name of It''XV HOTEL, at MSI North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk • if the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK KAUFMAN, Applicant. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAl'LAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 11/21-28. 12/5-12-lJ. ? LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FIVE POINTS MEDICAL. CLINIC at 1251 S.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Ha., Intend to register wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDMOND GAMSK, M.D.. Sole Owner. 10/31. 11/7-H-21-28. LEGAL NOTICES Founders Day Observed Annual founders day. formally commemorating the 24th anniversary of the founding of Phi Sigma Sigma, will be held in the main dining room of the Roney Plaza Hotel tomorrow by the Beta Theta Chapter from the University rti Miami. Dancing to Sam Lanes orcliesNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Al PRINTING SERVICE, M South Miami Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID .MARKS. MARX PEINBERG, Attorney for Applicant, 11/21-28. 12 5-12. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ..i MICHIGAN BAR at Dade county, Florida. Intend to register said namn with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN SIKMASZ. ANNA SIKMASZ. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. 11/21-2S. 12/5-12-19, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STADIUM GRILL, at 1400 West Flagler Street, Miami, Ha., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. COLMAN PONT. LEONARD PONT. 10/24-11. 11/7-14-21. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AVOCADO APARTMENTS at 4213 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Reach. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HELEN WILEY. ELVIN 3. WILEY. VIRGINIA TRADER. 10/24-31. 11/7-14-21. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Allapattah Square-Deal Market at 2112 N. W. 3fith Street. Miami. Fla. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HENRY CORDON. 11/14-21-28 12/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned,, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOME SUPPLY COMPANY at I Kill S.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Florid;!, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade i'•unity, Fliirid;i. JACK GOTTLIEB. HARRY SMITH. EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicants. in/21-28. 12/5-12-19. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in tra in the gardens follows dinner, business under the fictitious name of K b --VW, Hi." will nresent Jerry's 1 'ants Shop at 136 Seybold Arit which Phi Sig vull piescni ^ Miami, Florida, intends to regtet. i said mime with the Clerk "I the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JEROME II. GOLDSMITH. M S.W. 16th ave., Miami. Persons -led in any phase of the e are asked to attend the meeting. 'jwunan *S* T\W tw Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 its best pledge award. Guests of honor will be Phi Sigma Sigma patronesses, Mrs. Sam Weissel and husband, and Mrs. Leon Lichtenstetter and Alumni Adviser, Mrs. Theo. Simons and husband. This is the first founders day ball given by the local chapter. 11/7-14-21-28 12/s Children of Beth David Sunday school were asked at last week's assembly to contribute to the S.O.S. drive by bringing canned cocoa, baby I oj d and milk, to be picked up November 30. Mrs. B. Schreidel and Mrs. M. Goldstein are in charge of collection for the school. President of the Sisterhood Mrs. Norman Jacobs has requested that all parents cooperate with the project. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY In Chancery No. "3046 BENJAMIN IIOSKIN and KSllll-.K liOSKIN, his wife Plaintiffs IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 16283 Re: Estate of JOAN Cl.AKK FMnVKKS, I leceaaed. Notice of Intention to Make Application For Final Discharge NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and peti lion for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of JOAN CLARK Fl.oWKKS. deceased: and that on the .'I'th day ol December, 1H17, 1 will apply to the Honorable W. V. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of JOAN CLARK FLOWERS, deceased. This 18th day of November. 11)47. C. D. VAN ORSDEL. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Administrator. 11/21-28. 12/5-12. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEE-ROY NOVELTIES at 44 N. E. First Avenup. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAYMOND CITRON SHIRLEY CITRON husband and wife ISIIK>RE PINKEIJ ETTA FINKEL husband and wife HARRY ZCKERNICK Attorney for Applicants 42ft Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida 11/7-14-21-28 ..*"* jCoGUftt BUG'S UYi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KANDF.I. ELECTRIC at 176 N. W. 1st Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl0H


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11 I PAGE TEN +Jenist tkridtian FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2l 194? Beach Residents Accept Posts Abraham Goodman and Nat H. Hankoff, prominent Miami Beach .residents, have accepted key posts in the $150,000 building fund campaign of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. The 2-week drive is scheduled to begin December 1. Goodman, national vice-president and treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America and owner of Morris Bros. Department stores, is to be chairman of the Initial Gifts Division of the campaign. Hankoff, Miami Beach hotel man and owner of the East Coast Salvage Corp., will head the Tourist Division of the campaign for an additional $150,000 needed to complete the new building for the Center. George J. Talianoff, general^chairman of the compaign, announced that additional committee appointments will be made this week. Over 400 persons attended the general membership rally at the Center Monday evening and approved the various committee reports concerning construction of the new synagogue and t h e drive for additional funds. Alfred Stone, chairman of the construction committee, rendered a detailed report on progress being made in the erection of the structure. He reported that the foundation had been completed ABE GOODMAN Horowitz-Margareten Kosher Food Products Available in Greater Miami upply of canned kosher chicken and soup products has been made available on the market by Horowitz-Margaretwi, makers "f motzoh, motion meal and noodles. Included in the list of items Novel Baby Sitters Project Ready For B'nai B'rith Members, Friends been completed and that the structural steel is expected to be delivered next week. Talianoff described the organizational plans for the Building Fund campaign and appealed for volunteer workers who are needed as solicitors. Other reports heard were: Harry Sirkin, treasport; Alex Sussman, on Sunday School; Archie Buck, se report; Mrs Ira C Walsey, on the Sisterhood; and Daniel Broad, on t! committee. Joseph M. Rose! prestion, wa the chairman of the evening. The laying of the coi m si me for the new building is expected to taki place December 15th. Journalism Fraternity To Have Local Chapter ; lication for an undergradpter (if Signa Del:. nal professional journalistic nity, was approved this at the fraternity's naI convention in Wash.: Request was made by the Fourth Estate club at the University. Establishment of the chapter was sponsored by the Great) i Miami Professional chapter Delegates of the chapter, W. W. Glenn. nas Smith and George Cooper, and the Fourth Estate club's representatives. Cliff Hienzel and Dave Kraslow, attended the convention. Smith, convention director foT the City of Miami Beach, nenewed the city's invitation for the 1949 convention. The 1948 meeting will be in Milwaukee. BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith Gii Is I ect is now fully prepared to service B'nai B'rith members and theii friends n the Mian i area, accoi dii R lei Margolis, pre if the group. Chairman of the pi t, Miss Betty Klein, will accept > alls 11 the hou nd '.> p.m. for baby sitter assignments. A staff of twenty-one experienced jirls is prepared to fill the oi It is that twenty-four hour: notio ; given to Miss Klein on all requt !(:.!. tx en sel ,,t 50 hour unt ind a half after that time. New Year's eve charges will bi $1.50 lourly, incri twelve. Provisions may also be h ilidaj weekends. Since all thi chool, they must be returned to theii before 11:30 p.m. on weeklay e\ i i Part of the proceeds will be allocated to tlic BZB treasury for use in community i i vice proj ects. Miss Klein lives at 1535 S.W. IT'.li st. and may be n 2-4008. Sholem Lodge Drive Extended to December 1 S i m I. i B'nai B'rith Irive has been officially i xtended to December 1. to announcement by g, drive chairman, and President Sam Silver. Leaders in the drive to date %  %  %  Fi i dman, IrvI Silver. Reports will be made during the next two i at the lodge Luncheon Club meetings, Fridaj noon in the Downtown Club. B'nai B'rith State Officer Addresses Gables Lodge Milton A. Friedman, vicepi esident of the B'nai B'rith State Federation and Youth Chairman of the Stab' of Florida, will be pi n, pal speaker for Coral Gables Lodge Tuesday, December 2, at Ilillcl House. He will direct a youth program featuring mem. bers of the AZA and B'nai B'rith girls' groups in an oratorical eontest. Participants in the contest include Rosalee Margolis, BZB Chapter; Beryle Axlrod, DBG: Bernard Date, No 322 AZA; and m Smith. Royal Palm Chapte AZA They are to give a six minute address on the subject. ••Will the Jewish Youth of Today Carrj Forward Our Jewish TradK,n chicken '""•"I. boned matzo s '"P Jnd rice are chicken a la fricassee, chicken chicken, chicken | ball soup, noodle soup. Horowlte-Margareten recently opened a large canning pUt on Long Island where recipes are tested and prepared underprop Kosher conditions Products of the firm are distributed locally through National Brands and are sold in local groceries, delicate. ma 11. sens and food >ur minutes jtions?" Pollowinj cussioB this subject, the s, ,„,, ^ assigned a completely new subject on which to deliver extemporaneous talks for fi each. Friedman will speak on the programs undertaker, and accomplished by the B'nai B'rith vouth organizations; and introduce Howard Liebman. new director of B'nai B'rith youth work for the state of Floi id who has ••'"•ently set up headquarters in Miami. The 8 p.m. meetng wiU take place at 33()li Ponci dc Leon Blvd. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 S. .1. I-'reed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. CnBD "DID Telephone 5-1017 Nettleton's Present High Score Football Trophy Harry Auslander, of thi Nettli hoe store, has donati d a gleaming trophy to be pr< ent to the high scoring Hurricane at the end of the 1947 University ol Miami football season. The two-foot trophy, bearing a figure of a football player, currently is on display in the shop's window on Lincoln id. It will be nted to the high scorei tor the annual Hurricane banquet at the season's end, MEN and WOMEN Reduce the New Scientific Way With MULTIPLE OSCILLATION N DI5WOBINQ II ORiir.s tT Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Plaglar St.. Miami f % % % SWEDISH MASSAGE \ POST SLENDERIZING % STUDIO % 800 N. E. Second Ave.. Room 10 J i Phones: 3-9895 88-1227 L CVCNINn BY APPOINTMENT Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given KASHRUTH BULLETIN The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth publishes this most recent list of kosher butcher shops and poultry markets under its supervision. These are the only shops at present being supervised by the Vaad Hakashruth. We guarantee the kashruth ol the meat and poultry in the following 17 stores and 3 markets only! Look for the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Poster! Insist on the B.J.C. "Kosher Rings" on All Poultry Your Guarantees of Kashruth for the Past 8 Years WhTt Ma !" e '' J 6 Ka8S 8 Washington Ave. Whi e Rose Meat Market. Morris Heller 87 Washington Ave. SS M\, IT MOTkCt Berman BrOS 87 Washington Ave. ZZl ti' ^ W ldei 204 First St. Gutbltn % ? k t *?* Uvin 237 Collins Ave. Gunman n Kosher Market. Mendelson & Nadler 325 Collins Ave. Guttmar, Poultry Market. Guttman and Lapof 325 Collins Ave. Merhn Market Max Schwartz 320 Collins Ave. National I? r Z Marke '' ElgiSOn Bros 320 Collins Ave. National Kosher Market. Max Daum 424 Collins Ave. whttLt, ^ & S hmarqon 1323 W ashin onAve ^c?Fooa £n?' Mark J' ^ Whitman 1324 Washington Ave. Penn W a Market'H Po !" < !" 1421 Washington Ave. renn way Market. Herman Goldberaer ilia D„„„ Ave DrexeMarket. Rudinsky & Goldberg 9 1447 Dre-1 Ave Community Food Center. Jerry Deutch IZIZZZZ—^liZ r,- For Kash !" h Information np M *? C S ? S MESCHE LOFF. executive director DR. M. J. SAFRA. MR. J. MELTZER. Co-Chairmen RTIY IfOQUrD. 3U Wa8 ^ mg1on Ave Miami Beach. Ha. BUY KOSHER! KEEP THIS LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE



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RIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947 tJewUlhirhridifor) PAGE ELEVEN > u igg Leads in Commission Race I Police Chief H. Leslie Quigg J, group of six candidates who r^„ their W Tuesday into next fck's runof. tor three city commission Beat* Surprise of the primary was ;S L ** 29-year-old exfcft^ *>*** up i 3 ; 673 Lies Floyd an unknown before Cracemo'.v politics, trailed by "onl v 229 voles. Next in order were: wiUlam W Charles ex-ass.stlant city attorney, 12,874. James A. Dunn, seeking relelection 10.262. Fred W. Hosea, seeking re-elecItion, 9,960. Dr. Ralph D. Ferguson, former Icommission.'r. 8,565. Total vote cast was 34,644, a Irecurd high 'or a cit y P rimar y land 7,469 above the previous high [of 27,175 in 1941. The six nun will have a brief I week's campaigning before the Irunoff next Tuesday in which the Itwo high men will win four-year [terms ami the third high candidate a two-year term. Junior Hadassah Invites |Masada for Celebration Qreatei Miami Unit of Junior I Hadassah invited members of iMasada to Temple Beth Sholom (last night to help them celebrate I the 27th anniversary of their founding. The group is part of I twenty-thousand national members of Junior Hadassah marking I the event tiiis month. Festivities included a candlelight ceremony and cutting of the birthday cake. A skit was prepared by Misses Beverly Raphael and Carolyn Shultz, depicting a review of the organization's work. Charles Kit ( f ield addressed the group uii the recent happenings in Palestine and Miss Sonia Zais led the choir in Palestinian folk songs. Misses Anita Kessler and Paula Lach were m charge of refreshments and Miss Trudi Lach, publicity. Obituaries FLORA GINSBURG or Dorchesti r, Mai mothei i.l Joseph <' Cravltl ,,r Miami died ol pneumonia October 29. Hurvlvlnii her besides Cravltt, are her himliaiul Uorrla Qlnsburg, a son. Alberl and a daughter, Mra, B irah Uel n .-. u-ea were held al Btanetn i I !hapel in I lorohesl .-i. • ictobi e e MORRIS E. GIMBEL Age 76. father of Buelnew Manager Herbert s. Qlmbel c,i the Mlam Bi i Bun-atar, passed away No\ .; after a lengthy Illness. Burvlving, i>ei ( ie bin son are his wife, Georgia, anothei son, Milton r,r Kans.is City, Mo-., grandson, Milton, Jr ..f (ft, Uiulp n sister. MISH TUlye Qlmbel, of i> and two brothers, Alberl Funeral service! "• nducted I.. Rabbi Colmon A Zwltman in the Nicely Funeral Home, M November 7 • e LEW E. POLLACK Age ra. of 191 N. \: 77th Hi died suddenly in the Elk's Lodge club II-.ins. He came to Miami from New York S years ago. II.. was a dl and active member of the Mule River Youth Center, also a mentbm ol thi Freeport Elk a Lodge Numhei 1253 and the Malmonldea Ben >nl Bocieiy of New York CltJ He is iiurvlved by wife (Catherine, om Bon, Melville 1. and I.i %  .1 hei. Isaai. Imth "I New York City. Funeral servi conducted in the Calmer Kuneral Chapel. Miami Elk's lodge memliers acted as pallbearers and eonduelijd the final servles In Woodlawn I'urk Mnuao. lelllll Veteran Officials Speak To Jewish War Vets N irman Bruce Brown post No. I the Jewish War Veterans II n eel al the Elks lodge, N.E. e and Flagler st., Monday ng at 8 o'clock. Guest speakers for the meeting Will be officials from the Florida Vi terans Administration. The honor guard will be presented at this time. public has been invited to attend the meeting. University Symphony Presents Ricci MERTON M. STEIN A*"* ; %  S.W, Mill A v.. ,| Nov. in m New Orleans He is mir .,..11. 1 :. ...... e e SAMUEL PRENSKY Age .",.">. A retired hotel New York City, of S12 16th M died at Coral Qablea veterans hospital following a brief lllnesH llcame here IH years ago. Sun vlng B I his wife, BSthel, seven brothers and four sisters, none of Miami Beaeh Servlre wen held al Riverside Memorial ehapel with Rabbi t'olman \ Zwltman officiating. The bod) waa sent In Vew York for Interment, Dave Hendricks, councilman of Cora'. Gables, installed new officers of the Gables Jewish Cenler November 3. Eli Hurwili is president; Sidney Lewis, vice president; Sidney Richman, treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy Lieberman, corresponding secretary, and Edith Glickstein, recordir. g secretary. ALBERT MILLMAN Age 19, a formel resident of New York City, of 2901 Sheridan ave., died III ll local hospital. He is survived b) his wife, Ann: two daughters, Loin and Judy; a sister, Mra Kate THIS. of Miami Beach, and two brothers, both of New York. Bervlcea were held at Riverside. Memorial funeral home. Intel mant la at Mt Nebo i %  mi e e MOE SILVERMAN nf 504 Euclid ave., died al Ins home lasi week. He is survived hy his wife, Sarah, a daughter, Mrs, ll Oulkls, of Miami Beach, and Arthur, with the armed forces, Funeral Bervlcea were held al Riverside Memorial funeral home Wednesday. Interment in at Mi. Nebo Cemetery. • e MELVIN SINGER Mortal remains have been ri I to New York i'iiy from ov. Bervlcea were held lasi Bundaj in Riverside, N. V His parents, Mr ana Mrs. Jack Singer, reside here at^ -£• hi e they was a BtUof .Miami, ,. transwhere. In heavj I,Is life foi hla waa conducted by Dade i "omits luard .•!' Honor of the Ameri. an Legion, Interment followed In Mould Nebo remetei j • e LAZARUS BARNETT ge :.',. of 1629 s. W. 2nd si., passed %  i Nov. 7. Burvlved by his wife, Mrs Prances Barnett; L' sons, Raymond and Lawrence, both of New Fork; l daughter, Mrs Lydia Cohen ,i Xe York. Bervlcea were held In ili.ehapel of Gordon funeral hoiue. Interment in Ml Nebo cemetery, e • JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN Vge .".7, of in \. W SOth -i passed awaj ai his home lasi week, Resident 6 years, coming from New York t*lt> und waa i member of Int. LadleB •,i Workers Assn., local No. 329. Mr leaves Ins wife, Mis Dora Goldstein; 2 sons, Arthur and Gerald; l ter, I., n all of Miami. Bervi, ea wi re held In the chapel of Gordon Eunernl home Monday at noon, Interment in Mi. Nebo cemetery, e e MRS. CELIA GOLDEN Age 69, al Miami Beach, died November 9. Funeral services were per %  .. mi .1 uj K, ,1,1,1 Colman A, Zwltman at Riverside Memorial Chapel, November loth. Survivals are the husband, Abraham; one daughter, Lenpre Strauaa, Detroit; two sisters, Mrs. S, heiliel, of New York, and Mrs. Kondy, of Cleveland. Interment took place In Cleveland. Ruggicro Ricci, brilliant young violinist, who will aopear with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra this Sunday and Monday. Modesto Alloo conducting. First attracting musical attention at the age of eight, Ricci played the Mendelssohn Concerto in San Francisco and then New York, Chicago, Carnegie Hall. Minneapolis, and Cincinnati during the same season. He toured Europe when only 12, and now at the age of 27. has played in London with Sir Hamilton Hardy; in Paris under Paul Paray; in Budapest under Dohnanyi; in Rome with Bernardino Molinari, and in Prague under George Szell. A veteran of the Army Air Corps, Ricci returned to the New York Concert stage in November, 1946, playing an unaccompanied recital ai Town Hall. Today his radio audience includes Canada and Latin America, as well as the entire country. The guest artist will play the Concerto No. 1 in D Major by Nicolo Paganini-Wilhemj in the auditorium of Miami Senior High school, for the second in a series of eight concerts given by the University symphony. Sunday's concert begins at 4'30 p.m.; Monday's at 8:30 p.m. ffci r-8 r Pine Tr Ir., ar WuxhiiiKion ave N. ^ may be reached. Melvin dent at the I'nlvi While In the service ferreil to Belgium fighting he gave country. FLOORS Sanded and Finished 5c a square foot and up. 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tl k • I *AGE TWELVE *j€*isHTkrldn&n FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 31] U.N. Establishes Date Jewish State (Continued From Page 4) of the two independent states. The Commission shall be guided in its activities by the recommendations of the General Assembly and by such instructions as the Security Council may consider necessary to issue Britain Must Maintain Order Before Termination of Mandate During the period between the adoption of the recommendations on the question of Palestine by the Assembly and the termination of the Mandate, the Mandatory Power in Palestine shall maintain order and direct the main public services, to the extent that these have not yet been placed fully or partly under the direction of tho Commission and the Provisional Councils and the Joint Economic Board. The Commission shall assist the Mandatory in the carrying out of this function. Similarly, the Mandatory shall cooperate with the Commission in the execution of this function. Local governments are to be established by the Provisional Councils following their formation and under the supervision of the U.N. Commission. The implementation group also decided to recommend freedom of transit and visit to all residents and citizens of the other Palestinian state subject to considerations of national security, provided that each state shall control residents within its border. SOS Calls For Manpower An appeal for manpower to assist as truck driv OUM men, for "S n *~ XI v O. S. Day," November 30th Ve hS h h >^ cast by Charles R. Jacobson, Chairman of the "S b c n br *ipower Committee. Approximately 200 men willIk? ay >M3 •S. O. S. Day" to drive trucks which will pi^ ', .i"^ on foodstuff! for overseas survivors. A letter of anneal h ot hm 8 aitf to the Presidents of most Jewish service organizations in S „. Wn Miami area. Young men s groups are also invited to J,-• Breater volunteers are urged to call 3-6306 or Obbi c Rosen.hVi '. Clpale All ish War eVterar.s at 4-7912 (evenings). nUlal of the j£! ish War Veterans at 4-7912 (evenings). A meeting has been called for all volunteers nn u Saturday. 7 p.m. sharp, at Beth David Congregation iA* 29th Ave., at which time all men will be briefed on truck A '^ ing and driver-helper pairings. Assignments will £I p ""* %  ouse workers at the Navy Hangar at Dinner KPV made I Volunteers with drivers' licenses are esner-iallv !".. four hours of their time "S. O. S. Day." especial 'y "rged to 8 ,„ Mrs Samuel Lipton who will be hostess t" the membership tea of Miami Beach group of Hadassah •his Tuesday (See story page 3 i Dr. Milton L. Weinkle wh i recentl) opened his office foi the .,: actice of denistry in the Mercantile Bank Building, Lincoln !'.,.• %  3 i Abe Pepper Weds Clara Shapiro Monday Mrs. Clara Blum Shapiro, o' Spartanburg and Greenville. North Carolina, became the bride of Mr. A. Pepper, of this city, on Monday. The ceremony took place at the home of Rabbi Murray Grauer, The bride was active in women's groups in Carolina and served as an officer of Hadassah Mr Pepper is a pioneer resident of this city. He was one of the organizers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and served for many years as pres'dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association Following a honeymoon trip to Havana, the couple will mak* their home at 507 S. W. 19th ave The Most Complete Line Of HOTEL FORMS And Hotel Supplies in The Country OFFICE SUPPLIES Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets OFFICE FURNITURE BARNETTS INC. HOTEL STATIONERS 403 15th St.. Miami Beach Phones 5.2975-5-2976 JDC Collection Nears 1947 Goal .tinned From Pace 1 i Europe's Jews, who face the threat of another winter of hunger and cold. Mrs. Gilman called upon all SOS Committees to rush their collections without delay Mrs. Gilman emphasized the fact that the present stringent cash n of the JDC. major American agency aiding distressed seas, has compelled is cuts in the JDC ovei si as winter relief program. Contributed relief supplies to sos. sh< irgently needed t< tntold suffering in Europe A pr ijecl : the JDC. SOS is he central relief-inkind agency for 16 national Jewsh women's organizations and Lips. SOS supplies supplement the purchases of the JDC for its overseas relief and •


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FRIDAV. MOV EMBER 21, 1947 Jew's! Ikridiair) PAGE THmffiEM Irtoenw Forum Tange.m nts were completed Teek tor the opening on I M of Town %  I'nai It i ill, ConncU of Greater Miami Hall I,, presented in the The join' Van his uesday KW'with Pierre Van initial speaker. uittee in charge, itine the Men's Clubs of f„f iel and the White Ke prated a last minute KshfortHK.by men and wornanxious Hk advantage of be a ^cial season rate for the .great talks. Paassen. one of the world's u thorities on the Palestine probW ill discuss "The Internal iituation m Palestine." So tremLndous is his mterest in these Lblems ciur.ng the present hectic conditions, that he has insisted on filling his Miami speakengagement despite the advice of his : : vsician. ••Mr. Van Paassen is in poor health and has requested that we Eliminate all social obligations for him," explained Herman A. Emir general chairman of the arrangementommittee. "He will Lrrive in Miami late Tuesday afternoon and will leave on Wednesday. Before his address he Kill be the guest at a small, informal dinnri to be given in his (honor, and will retire to his room [in the Everglades hotel immedilately after the Forum session." Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president \ot the University of Miami, will de at tin. 1 initial Forum meetling. •Selection of Van Paassen as Ithe first of the four Forum speakers is considered as unusually [fortunate for a program that represents interfaith cooperation. [The speaker is international in [his outlook and has exceptionally [wide grasp of religious problems," [Binder stand "Born in Holland, [Van Paassen also has lived in [Canada and in the United States. [At present he is a resident of IBronxville, N. Y. His interest in [Jewish affairs has taken him to iPalestinc mi -even different jourIneys, where he has made friends I with Jews and Arabs alike. ReIcently he was ordained a Uni|tarian minister. In addition to Van Paassen, IForum speakers will be John [Temple Graves, II, on Dec. 9; [Harold J. Kennedy on Dec. 29, [and Dorothy Thompson on Feb. 126 Season tickets may be obtained [at Temple Israel and White Temple offices through Tuesday and [will be sold that night at the [entrance to the White Temple |auditoriuin, Pictured are members of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami who met to plan the Ways and Means program for the coming years. Seated (left to right), Mrs. Tena Kalz. Mrs. Jean Silverman, Miami Women; Mrs. J. Harris. S. Schulefand and Mrs. Lieberman, Coral Gables Women; Dolly Fishbein, Pat Curtice, B. B. Youth Council; Gloria Farkas Landau Chapter. Second row, standing (left to right): Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, Rose Chapter; Mrs. Norman Giller, Emma Lazarus Chapter; Dr. Leonard Glickstein, Coral Gables Lodge; Milton Friedman, Sholem Lodge; Mrs. Harold Turk, Beach Women; Mrs. D. Harris. Beach Women; E. Albert Pallol. Sholem Lodge; Mrs. Harry Gordon. Miami Wom\n; Johnnie Pancoe, Landau B. B. Y. W. Back row (left to right): C. R. Jacobson, Executive Secretary, B. B. Council; Howard Liebman. Florida State Youth Director; Harold Turk. President B. B. Council; Isaac Levin. Past District President; Lou Heiman. District President; Walter Kovner, Miami Beach Lodge; Sam Silver. Sholem Lodge. Not shown are: Sidney Black. Coral Gables; Mrs. Harry Kaufman. M. B. Women; Shirley CoUegeman, President, Clara Landau; and Arthur Bololin. Youth Council. N. H. I. C. Plans Afternoon of Games An afternoon of games has been planned for the National Home of Jewish Children at Denver, Miami chapter, by chairmen oi ISoHi ll- m.ni committee IH composed of Mm. IslUor Cohen, Mm. Cecil Kas.iv, Mrs. Sam Kovner, Mm. .Sidney Uoeninger, Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Ben Kandall. Mm. Sam Geltner. Mm. IUIM Brown, Mm. Isidor UanTner, Mrs. Nat Katz, and Mm. Joseph KosL-nlhal. Kt-freshments are under the charge %  •f Mis Sam Shargaa, Mrs. Nat Katz, Mrs. Dave Singer. Mrs. William Cletn. Mrs. Joseph Kosenthal, Mm. Marian School', Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Max Daum, Mrs. Irving Hlrsch, and Mrs. Harry Klein. krrriving committee includes Mrs. Harry Ollphant, Mrs. Ben Kandall, Mrs. Joel Zalls, Mrs. Joseph Fine, Mrs. Sam Shargaa, Mrs. Sam Geltner, Mis. Ceclle Kasov. Mis. Dora l.leberman. Mis. Isidore Kine, Mrs. Sadie Minowitz, .Mrs. Isidor Uingner, Mrs. David I'oltash and Mrs. Harold Slmonoff. Mrs. Sidney Boenlnge, Mm. Sam Covner and Mrs. Nat Katz are to *>• ni, v anr i Mi-ans Mrs Irvine was instrumental in me u. e -| %  Becker and Mrs 'irvmg Er> ti n f the e UP comprising j secretary of AJC. for the.r regular meeting Monday. The gathering takes place in the Robert 11 Klstrars. today in the Atlantis hotel. 1:301 p.m. Highlight of the affair will be the sale of home-made pies and cakes, proceeds to go for the N.H.J.C. Transportation has recently been arranged by the chapter to send two new cases from this area to the home in Denver. The public has been invited to this afternoon's social and mem-! bers are urged by Mrs. Norman Moran to bring their ads for the Journal Ad book. More than 85 per cent of the Jews in Poland now are in need of dental care, according to a survey recently undertaken by the Joint Distribution Committee. session will start at 8:15. Individual tickets for just the Van Paassen address will be available where the Forum at the auditorium Tuesday night. Richter hotel at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Bert Feld, chairman of I arrangements, will have books on display for sale. Business & Professional Women's Division Chapters ol Hadassah will hold their next cultural meeting Monday awing, at 8:30 p.m.. at the Y.M. & Y.W.H.A. Mrs. Harvey Brock, cultural chairman, announced that Milton Malakoff, publicity director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation would be the guest speaker. Nat Roth ItOVAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE III \ I Me ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Opens Friday, Nov. 21—5:30 P. M. Traditional Friday Night Dinner manufacturers' representati v e s throughout the state. Other officers serving are Perry Radin, treasurer, Elmer Warren, secretarv, and Mannie Sheldon, Murray Marks and Is Abrams, on his board. The Joint Distribution Committee provides supplementary aid tor more than half of the 56,300 Jews in Italy. LET'S MAKE SURE GOOD MEN GOVERN MIAMI RE-ELECT FRED W. H O S E A TO THE MIAMI CITY COMMISSION (PAID POL. ADV. 0ST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 3rd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE NO MINORS ADMITTED EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK MIAMIMiami Transit buses leave corner of N.E. 1st Ave. and 2nd St. svsry mn until 8:05 P.M From 23rd Collins, 6:45 and every 20 min. until 8:15. ?^m 7it A Collins 7 P.M. and every 20 min. until 8:30. Sportsman Buses. Ft" 4 Coll*., I'rrt bus 6:55.and every* 25 min. unti. 7:45. From 18th 4 Co.. lins. 7 P.M. and every 25 min. until 7:50.



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V *. .? f • "K 4 ... F< J I %  1 r i. 11 PAGF FOURTEEN %  *k*islfkrkiifui FRIDAY, NOVEMBER „ An Epic Of Jewish Pain And Glory ,__ „J .,r. ariia told me This is one of n scrir.sof rWieiM 0,1 book* of Jewish ''"'"'''" that iS SSSr *• ss >>> • %  ""• • r"" s F ,r, "; ::;,;; l r£ S?tf£ ober5anc of JeWh Book: Month, ^ *??2a3 fhe Bt.rfi.i of Jewiah Education and the Mtam and MMmiBwuM Y M H. A'. Thfc and other books "> be "'''"' .,XZfor sale or rental at the office of the Bureau of Jewish EducatioJi. By DR. M. A. LIPKIND In the past year, a great many books were written by Jewish authors who used their Jewish background in their work. An appreciable number oi these books, fiction and non-fiction, have received wide public and critical acclaim. Some have attained tremendous sales. Mention can be made of Laura Z. Hobson's "Gentlemen's Agreement." which deals with AntiSemitism in America; Jo Sin-*S „,..,... clair's "Wasteland" and Arthur the proto-tyr^ of the Palestinian Miller's "Focus" both dealing with "youth prefaces the exciting cnapthc effect of Jew-hating in ters on the Parachutist! from America and Arthur Koestler's novel on Palestine. "Thieves in the Night." These and others of last year's output, may not be considered scintilating mastei pieces, but they are written in a fine popular style, possibly with an eye for movie adaptation. As these books present the J< w and his problems sympathically. and reach and influence millions of non-Jews, they should be read and appreciated. An outstanding < %  ,f the creative activity of thi J spirit is Mario Syrkin's "Bless. I is the Match" (A. A Kn Y.). Hundreds of b %  bet n written on the unrivalled Ji tragedy and the equally unrivalled Jewish heroism of the Nazi decade. Miss Syrk. is written with great arl I c talent and is based on pi contacts with survivors in Europe and Pali tutes an indispensabli hist i document and e] glory of our people. The title of the book I from a poem written in Hi by Hanna Seni she was executed "Blessed is the match that i sumed in kindling flame. ed is the flame that I in the istness of the hi art. Blessed is the heart with strength to st.,p its beating for h sake. ed is the mutch that il sumed in kindling flame" The poem was apparently ren -, %  -. _iiu 1 %  .'*>. < dered into English by Miss Syrkin • %  '• %  *-' AJMS. < who is a well-known translat • tine. Their mission, bold atI to reach behind the lines of the enemy and the survival of some and doom of others are graphically described The ex. of the legendary Enzo Sereni receives a fleeting glimpse in the exp isitory chapter "What Did They Achieve?" The Parachutists leapt the sky into Nazi-held Europi to scover what can be done to help the Jews who were being ally murdered at an ever increasing tempo. They came in contact with the Jewish underThe latter were less but they too had their share of drama and lie: Five i : %  the underground activi. scue and resistance in %  lit countries. author is now prepared to • agic stories of the ti s the ghetto battles and :i the concenti Miss Sj rkin explains why i the book with the parachutists instead of following ,i chronological older; in ground movement, partisans, mahetl revoll I with ,ne parachutists from Palestine. Miss Syrkin admits that she tl e reader's reluctance to ghetto gates. It is too to behold the spectable '.huh unfold.as soon as one ft the curtain. But the its, says Miss Svrkin who jumped from the skies and afterwards told me their stories in the settlements of Palestine, towards them and ,| ui [ 0S t comrades, one could indulge in the luxury of admiration. From them one could pre sume to take the resolution without which it is impossible to entei the charnel-house of European Jewry. "The vitality of their adventure even when it ended in death, helped me to approach the ashes of six million human beings." The story of the ghetto battle is based upon authentic sources ,nd is told masterfully. The author begins with answering the ft asked questions; why did the jews of Fin ope begin to resist so late? Why did the Warsaw ghetto fight back only when a mere 30,000 were left over and a half a million had been masI? Why was there an uprising in Treblinka when only a tew hundred were left? Miss Syrkin's explanation is comprehensive. She shows up the Nazi careful preparations, their adroitly planned psychological attack against the hopelessness and hope of the Jews si egated within the walls of the different ghettos A long educational campaign had to be ed on before actual : ation for thi upi isings in camps and the ghettos took place. Miss Syrkin in her inimitable way precedes her chapters on thi saga of tl tl hetto, with a description of the Jewish struggle of the hich began on the first day of thi p i utions —a ci us effort to overcome the calculated degradations 0 1 the Nazis. The author traces carefully the Jewish organized efforts to fight hach in the chapters: "The Jewish Partisans in Easter and Western Europe." These were men and women whose deeds are fast becoming legends. Miss Syrkin. now, returns to the parachutists with whom the book begins. For they came back. Within a year after the execution of Hanna Senesch and Enzo Sereni two ships named after them arrived at the shores of Palestine carrying Jews without certifiIt was still the youth of Palestine which made its way into the European Charnel-house and bore the survivors back into the air of life. It is these inspired youth who are the backbone of the Jewish resistance in Palestine. Any discussion of Jewish resistance must include the Haganah. Miss Syrkin has observed their activities and its leading men at first hand. Her chapters on the Haganah is written with deep understanding and admiration. The book is concluded with a note of hope in a short symbolic chapter -The Seventh City. "Blessed is the Match" is a good book, a book to remember. It is admirable both for its fine Probus Club Selects Nautical Officers At the annual meeting „ J Probus club held ,t th I house aboard the Probus' B ,*l November 6. it was decide^ return the dul, t0 itsf ^ l lr( r ag vr h of Cape *1 from which position it wasd ^| en by recent storms. Currell it has been moored adja nt the former Pan-American Jjl nal at Dinner Key. **] Officers named for the J were: Dr. Albert E R 0 1 ( *I Commodore (.mmedtafcS president); Harry Bovell I (president); W. D S/H mander (first vice fiJI Leonard A. Wien. Lieu fi mander (second vice niwiuuS" William Crone, pSeTSg er); Hy Kaplan, Chief Y2 (secretary) and Leo Crate! Chief Petty Officer (nuSSI Open house is held bv ft. I group every Friday night'£ the University of Miami footbeflf game. iterary sty], and for its suprtl portrayal of ihe Jewish mam dom and heroism. It should beI must reading for Jews as well J non-Jewish for a thorough un.1 I P stmdinc of a contemporary epic in Jewish history. r of verse. She admits that the Hebrew original has a beauty which is lost in literal translation. The poem expresses the spirit of self-sacrifice of the I youth. A youth wh to be consumed been in the h might live. The life story of Hanna Senesch t APPLIANCE SERVICE EASY WASHER SALES and SERVICE Repairs On ALL Makes of Washers and Electrical Appliances ce of tin P in IE Appliances \ ith who is prepared % A L W ORK GUARANTEED \ med as Hanna has _, < ,ope that their people { Pr """" Serv,ce % 10 S.W. 17lh Ave. Ph. 3-5660 < ory of Hanna Senesch ^^^^^^^^^^^ A J fu Quid Starts Long Life UJ .**! >A ;5-':^! 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ntlDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947 LIVES OF OUR TIM ES *knisirk,£drirtn PAGE FIFTEEN JULIUS ROSENWALD r^~i k, NORMAN .r.d SOI NOOf I M b, RHODA B SIMON %l StARS.ROfBUCK CATAWMf •5 BASIC READING FOR (MR 40 MIUION PEOPLE. THE MAH LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS AMAZIH6 SUCCESS WAS BORN IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, IN I86E. JULIUS ENTERED THE MERCHANDISING FltLD EARLY IN HIS CAREIR.W 1890, HE HAD ESTABLISHED A WELL-KNOWN CLOTHING FIRM IN CHICAGO. | 5 I I '>-' O THt COMPANY UPANDED TRtMENOOUSlY AND ROSENWALD FOUND HIMSELF A VERY WEALTHY MAN. KNOWN TO HAVE DONATED OVER$70,000,000 TO CHARITIES BY THE TIME HE DIED,ROSENWALD AIDED SUCH WORTHY PROJECTS AS THE ASSOCIATED JEWISH CHARITIES OF CHICAGO, CINCINNATI'S HEBREW UNION C0LLE6E.AND AN EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURAL UNIT M PALESTINE. HE WAS ALSO ACTIVE IN THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEEFIVE YEARS LATER, AS THE RESULT OF A SALE OF 10,000 SUITS TO SEARS, ROEBUCK CO., ROSENWALD BOUGHT AN INTEREST IN THE SMALL CONCERN, AND BECAME ITS VICE-PRESIDENT/ HIS GREAT INTEREST IN JEWISH REHABILITATION LED HIM TO BECOME THE BIGGEST INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR TO THE LARGE-SCALE COLONIZATION OF JEWS IN THE UKRAINE AND CRIMEA,ORGANIZED BY THE AGRO-JOINT, All AFFILIATE OF THE JOINT •DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. IN 1917 ROSENWALD PLEDGED TO GIVE IOT. OF EVERY MILLION DOLLARS RAISED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY FOR JEWISH WAR RELIEF/ IN 1925 HE CONTRIBUTED 11 000,000 TO THE UNITED JEWISH CAMPAI6N, CONTINUING MIS WORK FOR THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW C0N6RG6ATI0HS. BESIDES SmiN6 UP A 30,000.000 WELFARE FUND FOR NEGROES, HE ADDED 42,700,000 FOR A HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FOR CHICAGO NE6R0ES, GIVING THEM THEIR FIRST CHANCE TO ESCAPE THE STOCKYARD SLUMS. IN I9I2.HE WAS MADE A TRUSTEE OF TUSKA6EE INSTITUTE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, RETAINING THESE POSITIONS UNTIL HIS DEATH. ALTHOUGH CALLED A CONSERVATIVE BUSINESSMAN,HE LENT $50,000 TO THE LADIES GARMENT WORKERS UNION IN 1929, TO COMBAT SWEATSHOPS/ IN I9J2.AT THE AGE OF 70, HE DIED IN CHICAGO, THE CITY HE LOVED AND SERVED SO WELL.THIS WAS THE GREATEST JEWISH PHILANTHROPIST AND MERCHANT TO COME HIS DEEP LOVE FOR THE CITY OF CHICAGO MANIFESTED ITSELF WHEN HE BUILT A $5,000,000 MUSEUM OF SOEHCE AND INDUSTRY ON THE SHORES OF LAKE MICHIGAN-REPUTED TO BE ONE OF THE MOST FASCINATING IN THE COUNTRY. HE WAS ALSO A TRUSTEE OF THE AMERICAH MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. 1 i (.nil stream TIB Open llraember 1 Tin Florida State Racing | C nission has opened offices at Guli>trcam Park to accept from horsemen, jockeys and stable grooms for the comj i in at the Broward county opening December 1. Owners and trainers are flooding the "track by the sea" for augural, and many thousands of liccses must be issued the bugle calls out the first week of horses a week from When Gulfstrcam Park swings its gates, racing patrons will find many surprises in store f"i them, according to President Jimmy Donn. One of the most ant is the addition of 1100 scats in the grandstand and and i'I in terrace. "The addition of terraces in front <>;' these two main pavil.. ill bring our seating capacity to more than 11,000." stated. "This will be subtly more than any other track in Florida. The new grandterrace provides a brand new racing note, and is in line with the many novelties already nted at the track. These irrlude the 25-cent parking fee on ,' democratic 'firts come, first I' basis, inaugurated three s ago; the new type of prom, suitable for mailing around ,; country, and the hand-stampwhich serves as a pass-out '" • < to the club terrace area. three schemes hit so responsive a chord that they are being duplicated by other tracks both Iiami and throughout the country." [C. M. Gay Candidate |For State Comptroller Clarence M. Gay today announced that he would be a candidate to succeed himself as State Comptroller in the Democratic primaries next May. Gay has released a report covering the operation of the office during his first year as Comptroller and stated he would base his campaign on his record. The report reveals many changes in accounting procedure and lists many economy measures adopted in the administration of the state's greatly increased financial affairs. The Comptroller is Supervisor of State Banks, building and loan companies, credit unions and small loan companies, and has many duties in connection with county government. He is also a member of the State Cabinet and numerous State boards and commissions. Before assuming his duties as Comptroller in October, 1946, Gay was a resident of Orlando for 25 years where he was engaged in banking, citrus growing and was Clerk of the Circuit Court. He has long been active in civic and governmental affairs and is well known throughout the state. "Free" Estimates Cheerfully Given MIAMI STATION WAGON SHOP C. A. FISKE GEORGE GULGAS "STATION WAGON SPECIALISTS" 2253 N.W. FIRST AVENUE • • • PHONE 9-2341 WHEN YOU TAKE VITAMINS Life Insurance EititM Authoritatively Programmed NAT GA N S Metrop olltan Lift Ina. Co. 907 Ph. 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PAGE SIXTEEN *Jenist> HorkJUar) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, H Ambijan Representative Visits Greater Miami Abraham Jenofsky, executive secretary of the Ambijan, spent several days here this week on a tour of this area. While in Miami he conferred with officers of the Miami and Miami Beach Ambijan as well as addressing several functions of the groups. The Ambijan is an organization set up to assist the Birobidjan, autonomous Jewish region RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish Will speak on "Hollywood's Exposure of Hatred." Oneg Shabbat folfows. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a, m, for children" from the ages ol 4Mi to 14 4. High school of Ji studies, Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. for young people 15 years of age and over. Hebrew classes alternate weekday afternoons, boys and girls, ages 7Vi to 13. Nursery school daily, morning and afternoon sessions, children from 2 4 lo 5. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th his honor follows in the social hall. The Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Services Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will address the congregation on "Jewish Books and Their Makers. Dr. and Mrs. I. Orgel will be hosts to the Oneg Shabbat following iho services. Saturday morning services at 10 o'clock. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: Cantor Louis J. Feder. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Early Sabbath services at 6:30 a.m. Regular service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak %  t'SeteVMl^ the theme 'The oRad BoutGerald, soi ol Mr. and Mrs. William Brand'l. will be Bar Mitzvah. Intermediate services for Abraham Jenofsky of Russia. The region was established in March of 1928 and officially made autonomous in May of 1934. The region has an estimated population of 200.000 which entitles it to complete representation to the Supreme House of Nationalities, legislative body of Russia. Half of this population is estimated to be Jewish, with increasing resettlement of Jewish from the Russian areas. Emigration to Birobidjan is on a voluntary basis and Janofsky indicated that as soon as conditions permit this settlement will take a more rapid pace as indicated by recent survey revealing that 8.000 people were resettled in the in in the last quarter of 1946 and about 17.000 in 1947. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emer itus. Sabbath eve services Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rev. Glenn C. James of White Temple Methodist Church will bf guest preacher in observance of his 15th anniversary in the community. His topic is "The Holy God." A reception tendered by the Sisterhood in honor of the reverend follows the service Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale, Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will occupy the pulpit. Subject ol his sermon is "The True Spirit of Thanksgiving." Reception in Mrs. Max Rappaport will entertain ladies of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood at a luncheon in her home, 1011 S.W. 25th ave., Tuesday at 1 p.m. Plans will be discussed for ihe building of the new social hall. Mizrachi Package Party Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women have planned a "package party" for their first affair of the new season, it will take place tomorrow night at Beth Jacob Congregation, 311 Washington ave Miami Beach. Arrangement committee is composed of Mrs Joseph Brenner. Mrs. Bessie Adlerbl >om Louis Feder, Mrs. Clara Brettholtz, and Mrs. Tillie Levin. Mrs. Mary Goodman, Mrs. Hose Friedman and Mrs Ida Friedman are in charge ol refreshments. the original JO/MI J.RAWLfl)n Um^rm UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop age youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision ol the Board ol Education. Junior Congregation for Children of elemental \ school ace at 10 O'clock, under the supervision of Max Bertman. Kiddush served to both groups alter services by a Sisterhood committee refreshments donated by Jack Hirsch. Bible study at 4:00 with s. I. Friedman. Mmeha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos SeudOS. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school from 10 a.m. till noon. Daily school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on the subject "Past and FuMincha at 4:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos with a program of zmiros. Remarks by the rabbi on the Portion of the Week. Maariv services follow. Daily morning service at 7:30 a.m. followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha service at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coal ALL ALUMINUM OUTSIDE BLINDS Inside Conlrol A QUALITY PRODUCT MADE IN MIAMI laws and custom. Maariv at 6 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S. W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening service at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin, will be Bar Mitzvah. He will address congregation and Rabbi April will respond. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school daily, 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer; Cantor Abraham Behrman. Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Junior service at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Is Trickery Eternal?" Mincha at 4:45 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudoss. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily religious school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 13S N. W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "Which Way Judaism in a Democracy?" Services dedicated to P. T. A. Mrs. Max Fcldman, president, will respond. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant will be hosts at the re1947 cept on m honor of their son Pi mer's birthday. Jack AugS S' made the floral offering ? n 1 s ory of his wife, Dora* KS services at 8:30 am *?} service at 10:30 a,,/ S 8 J*} morning breakfast dub at M a.m. for all boy s and gi ,/ and over. s ,s a Miami Beach Jewish Com !" ruty Center. 1415 Euclid^ Miami Beach. R ab bi i r LWirman; Cantor Jacob Y. tW ring. w Friday evening service at 5:30 p.m. Late service at 8:15 pm Annual AZA serv.ee. In the ab sence of Rabbi Lehrman, now in Poland, Rabbi David Raab Temple Emanu-El, Ft. La u dei ? v WI !L .? re ,f h n 0n of Youth." Participants in the service will be Marshal] Harrts Arnold Strauss, Bobby Shochet' Joel Zeichner, and Stanley Yulish. Sermonette preached bv Morton Smith. Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi Raab will speak on "A Stairway to Heaven." Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. AZA-BBc; Youth service and breakfast Sunday morning at 9 o'clock foi boys and girls over 13. Cue-' weaker will be Harold. Turk. Sunday school from 10 a.m. till noon. Hebrew school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. HreKindergarten, 9 to 12 noon. 18 DAY DELIVERY From O'wr Miami f NO DOWN PAYMENT fHA TERMS Or. Up To 6 Year* To Pay FOR FREE ESTIMATE PHONE 9-3109orv-3126 Weathermaster, Inc. Offices AND SMOnPOOMS 3700 BISCAYNE BLVD. 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Miami, Fla
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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[lievwiislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^f^T NUMBER 47
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Inited Nations Sets
)ate for Jewish State
IAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Independent Jewish and Arab states
be established in Palestine as of October 1, 1948, under a
nimous decision reached this week by the four-nation work-
group on implementation of partition.
The group decided that the states were to become inde-
dent two months after the evacuation of the last British troops,
,'ng official note of the British-
""' k Progress Reported
In Census Drive
Campaign Leaders Announce Plans
For Local "SOS" Day, Nov. 30th
forces
IB
Lai of its nulitary
Uld be completed by August 1.
he working group's decisions,
tch mark the first agreement
ween the United States and
Soviet Union on any of the
ijc problems facing the Assem-
f, include the following recom-
iidations in the draft terms of
Jerence:
I. The Palestine Mandate is to
{terminated on a date agreed
L between the Mandatory and
HJ.N. Implementation Commis-
k and approved by the Securi-
[Council. However, this date
i not be later than Aug. 1.
Measures taken by the Im-
fcnentation Commission become
mediately effective if they are
fchin the terms of the recom-
ndations of the Assembly, un-
the Security Council issues
jtructions to the contrary prev-
Isly.
The Implementation Com-
sion shall render monthly re-
; to the Security Council or
(re often if necessary. The final
ort of the Commission should
[made to the next session of
! General Assembly.
The activities of both the
ab and Jewish Provisional
uncils of Government shall be
hied out under the general di-
ktion of the U.N. Commission.
py April I. 1948 the Provisional
uncils of Government cannot
^selected for the two states, or,
elected, e innot carry out their
(lotions, the Commission shall
nmunicate that fact to the Se-
fity Council for such action as
Council may deem proper
to the Secretary General of
UN. for communication to
members.
The UN. Commission shall
oint a preparatory economic
"mission of three members to
i whatever arrangements are
pS'ble for economic coopera-
' between the two states, with
pew to establishing as soon as
(Continued On Page 4)
Gratified by the "splendid
progress" made on the opening
day of the census last Sunday, M.
J. Kopefowitz, chairman of the
population survey being conduct-
ed by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, announced that the
final day of enumeration would
take place next Sunday.
"In the first few days of the
count," Mr. Kopelowitz stated in
a report to Jacob Sher, Federa-
tion president, "we estimate that
more than 60 per cent of the
Jewish population of Greater Mi-
ami has been visited by our army
of census takers."
The chairman's report revealed
that the number of volunteers en-
gaged in the project include 630
enumerators, 10 majors and 75
captains.
Mr. Kopelowitz said a post-
census report meeting of census
enumerators will be held shortly
after all reports have been turned
in. He urged all enumerators who
have completed their tasks to
turn in their kits at once to their
captains.
Britains Die In
Holy Land Outbreak
JERUSALEM, (JTA)At least
four more Britons died and three
were wounded in the third day
of the current outbreak of vio-
lence in Palestine, as burial serv-
ices were held for five young
Jews, whose killing set off the
wave of attacks.
Two soldiers were shot down
on one of the main streets of Tel
Aviv by men in a speeding taxi.
Both died. The city was alerted
as sirens wailed and police cars
gave chase to the attackers, who
escaped.
Record In SOS
Collection Made
During October
More than a million pounds of
contributed relief supplies for
Europe's needy Jews were re-
ceived in the month of October
by the SOS (Supplies for Over-
seas Survivors) Collection of the
Joint Distribution Committee.
October's record receipts of
food and clothing brought the
total collected thus far in the
Special Fall SOS Collection to
more than 1.300,000 pounds and
the total since the beginning of
ihe year to more than 5,400.000
pounds. This year's collection of
relief supplies, Mrs. Isaac Gilman,
National SOS co-chairman, de-
clared already exceeds the results
of the entire 1946 drive by 300,000
pounds.
Goal of the Special Fall Cam-
paign, which began on September
25, is 6,000,000 pounds of canned
food and clothing. Expressing
confidence that this goal would
be met. Mrs. Gilman pointed to
the remarkable response of the
850 American communities parti-
cipating in the campaign. "Cities
like Syracuse, with a population
of 2,500 Jewish families, have
collected 62,000 pounds in a one-
day house-to-house collection,"
she stated. Other cities which
have already made outstanding
contributions of canned food and
clothing to the Special Fall Cam-
paign include: Pittsburgh, Pa.;
Elizabeth, N. J.; Houston, Texas;
Hartford Conn.; Sioux City, la.;
Minneapolis, Minn.; and New
York City.
Approximately 5,000,000 pounds
of SOS contributed relief sup-
plies have been shipped overseas
for distribution by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. SOS sup-
plies have been received by needy
Jews in 14 European countries,
including: Belgium, Bulgaria,
Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Ru-
mania, Greece. France, Italy, Po-
land, Austria, Hungary and Ger-
many. Vital SOS supplies have
also been shipped to the Island
of Cyprus.
Pointing to the urgent needs ot
(Continued On Page 12)
Sunday, November 30th, has been designated as SOS Day
for the Greater Miami area, at which time a city-wide campaign
to collect foodstuffs and clothing to aid European Jewish sur-
vivors will be conducted.
Pointing out that emergency aid is necessary to keep
European Jews alive this winter, Mrs. Sidney L. Weintruub,
chairman of the one-day cam-*f
SOS Needs
Canned Milk
Canned Foods
Canned Vegetables
Canned Fruits
Canned Meats
(Preferably Kosher)
Canned Baby Foods
Canned Fats
Men's, women's and chil-
dren's clothing in good
wearable condition
paign, called on SOS volunteers
to make every effort to collect
vital supplies "now today
when they are needed."
Greater Miami Jewish organ-
izations, numbering more than
80, are joining together in the
community wide undertaking
which is expected to collect 100,-
000 pounds of food and clothing
for the SOS (Supplies for Over-
seas Survivors) collection of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
under whose national auspices
this phase of relief work is con-
ducted. A series of meetings the
past two weeks have initiated the
campaign through numerous com-
mittees who have established di-
rect mail contact with the Great-
er Miami community, telephone
squads and organization contacts.
Mrs. Weintraub stated that only
by phoning 5-7461 between now
and November 30th, date of the
drive, will pickup service be as-
sured. This number may be
phoned and names and addresses
left. The chairman advises that
bundles should be left outside the
door in order to expedite cover-
age.
The navy hangar at Pan Amer-
ican Base has been made avail-
able to the local committee by
the City of Miami for the storage
and packing.
Sunday School children will
participate and synagogue pul-
pits will be used for implement-
ing the appeal.
Mrs. Morris Alpert. chairman
of Special Collections, is asking
for women volunteers who have
automobiles available to please
contact her at 5-2893.
A fleet of 75 trucks has been
made available by Greater Miami
merchants for the one-day pick-
up, according to Miss Ethel Mint-
zer, chairman of the Automotive
Committee.
Monte Selig is vice chairman
of the SOS drive. Mrs. Sady* G.
Rose is serving as assistant to
Mrs. Weintraub. Other division
chairmen are Charles Jacobson,
Men Volunteers, vice chairman
Obbie Rosenthal; Mrs. A. J. Tobin,
Women Volunteers, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goldstein, vice chairman;
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Sister-
hoods; Mrs. Morris Alpert. Spe-
cial Collections; Jerry Freehling,
Douglas Raff, and Mr. Blumen-
thal, Shipping: Mrs. Norman Oil-
ier, Publicity; Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, Rabbinical; Mrs. Leon Lorie
and Mrs. Sidney Friedman. Trans-
ients; Mrs. John Temple. Organ-
ization Liaison.
Other committee members in-
clude: Jules Chdnning, Mrs. Ger?
trude Weitzman, Mrs. Ben Essen,
Mrs. Max Meisel, Mrs. H. C.
Moser, Miss Polly Gershon, Miss
Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Obbie
Rosenthal, Saul Von Zamft, Mrs.
J. Brenner, Mrs. Frieda Kalstein,
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, Mrs.
Harry Seitlin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin,
Mrs. Louis Lustig, Mrs. Ira C.
Walsey, Mrs. V. Kravetz, J. Pol-
lock, Miss Jean Guberman, Louis
Van Gilder and Carl Weinkle.
ifeline to Mercy Saves Lives Through The SOS

'J
fc film represents the lifeline of supplies for survivors. It is me moving
FJ of the SOS-the great movement of food and clothing supervised by the
F Distribution Committee with the aid of 16 national Jewish women s
Ration,, and many other groups. .
Six million pounds of food, provided by Greater Miami and 850 other
Joan Jewish communities, have been shipped from the national >U&
* in Brooklyn(l). .
(M Nearly 42 per cent of the supplies consist of clothingincluding shoes
and layettes (3) which supplement the regular JDC purchases with funds of
the United Jewish Appeal.
Pressed into bales and securely packed for export (4), the clothing secured
through the SOS appeals arrive in Europe for distribution among the 1.500.000
Jewish survivors within two weeks after shipment from the United States.
The SOS drive will be conducted on Sunday, Nov. 30. All Jewish organ-
izations must mobilize their forces immediately to assure success for this
great life-saving effort
....


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+Jelsl'ncrldlton
FRIDAY NQVEIIffl
Beth David Men's |* t#wt# I'M THl
Dear Younger Generation.
Club Hold Social
Beth David Men's club will be
hosts lo members of the congre-
gation for ;i joint social evening,
Wednesday, November 26. in the
auditorium at 8 o'clock. Sidney
Lefcourt announced. Entertain-
ment, games and refreshments
are planned for the event.
Harvey Herman. Frank Rose,
Sol Rubin Eddie Safer comprise
the entertainment committee.
All members of the congrega-
tion are i gible to join the M< n's
club and are invited to the s >cia]
fund
Lodge Tennis Tourney
Finally Gets Under Way
Sholi I
ins tournament, thrice postponed
in s. : |ui to flood and
1 last Sun
Hendt son Pi
G irge n A.
' ,v in. John
' Sidl '.'.'.;
Saul
' laplan, Jeron < Fechl-
I wire
p mts.
s and statuettes
.
All meml i
ins, young
iter thi
t this S
better Jew is a better American." The true American
patriot, Supreme Court Justice Brandeis, said this-and H you
stop to think a moment, you will agree with him.
America is composed of citizens whose forbears stem from
many different nations. This country owes its greatness to the
strong, adventurous spirit that brought these people nere--and
to the old-world traditions and culture they brought with them.
Too few of us Jews have been proud of our ancient heritage
-a much richer and older heritage than most peoples can
boast of.
Now the world--through the United Nations Conference, is
so acknowledging and acclaiming it they are rededicating our
home to us. Will you as a Jew be at one with the world?
Do you know enough of our history, are you proud of our
ancient heroes who lived and died to keep our people alive?
Do you know of the miraculous land-reclaiming deeds the
Jewish pioneers of Palestine are accomplishingthe young
men and womenyour sisters and brothers?
They sing and dance as they work and build. Come, and
sing their songs and dance their dancesyou will find it an
exciting and soul-stining experience.
Come and join with us so that we can learn and then teach
our friends 'hat to be a good Jew is to be a good American.
Stand up and be counted!
MRS. ALFRED STONE.
Chairman, Judea Groups.
Young Judea group, Seniors, 15-17 years will meet on Sun-
day at 12:30 p.m., November 23rd at the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center.
Intermediates, 13 and 14 years, will meet same time at
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave.
Chicago Club Elects
S A. Hofi elect-
Club
Greater M
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.:
David 1
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Hav your roof repaired now; you
* *^v- on a new roof later
"Satufactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 f. W 22nd Avenue
I'HONE 4-5860
Beach BBG Chapter To
Sponsor Novelty Dance
A "Pennj Arcade" dance, fea-
fortune tellers, carnival
an freshments will be
red by the BBG. Cfiap-
Miami Beach tomorrow.
8 p.m.. ,.i : w. -n r hotel. Ad-
n to the affair is to be
on II i person's waistline
it lc per inch, ac-
cording to Shirley Neileager,
ii affair.
Misses Gl >ria Saal and Rochel
: will draw caricatures in
: ecially decorated artist's
booth 'i immittee assisting
Neili will include: Sue
Gloria Saal. Arlenc
Jud> Nesbitt, and Barbara
Proceeds from the affair arc
for the croup'- charitabh proj-
ects and an allocation to send
Ii gates to the B'nai B'rith Dis-
trict convention in 1948. Mrs.
Beatrice Finn is advisor of the
BBG. Group.
RUTH GROSS AGENCY
Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-9538
350 LINCOLN ROAD
IN THE MAIL
H> Thank You!
November 17, 1947
Mr. Fred Shochet
Jewish Floridian
Box 2973
Miami. Florida
Dear Fred:
For the past year our Adult
Activities Committee has been
studying the problem of recrea-
tion for people over fifty. We
have gathered data from all
parts of the country with refer-
ence to the type of program that
would be suitable for such an
age group.
At our request, you carried a
Story about this program, the re-
sult of which was very encourag-
ing and enlightening to us. In-
terested persons who read the
item in the newspaper about the
Golden Age Club, wrote us and
phoned us. The result is that we
are having our first meeting next
Sunday afternoon at the Y at 3
o'clock. The Jewish Floridian is
one of the finest media of trans-
mitting information to the Jew.
ish community in Greater Miami.
If our Golden Age Program
will be successful, you will have
had a great part in making it
such, due to the very fine pub-
Rev. James 0^,
Temple Israel Pulpil
Rev. Glenn C Jam
^ be honored by w'
ervice. this evening, ^
an announcement by ^
man A. Zwitman. The
marks the cmPielion (
James's IS years of min
the community.
Topic ,,:n(m?s,
be: One Holy God," Rtf*
man will introduce the
and conduct the serv,ces"
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Mrs Jam, nd ^
White T. : pie at a
Kaplan
ices.
Rev. James and Rabbi Zw
have pi -"d with Father
Atee of G. i church on the
ami Round Table program
WIOD for .he past year
half.
receptml
following the i
liclty thai you gave us.
accept our thankl for your gl
did coope I n.
rely vours,
; RICE grossmaJ
Executive D.:e
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FRIDAY
XOVEMBER 21, 1947
"JenistinvridlgcM
PAGF THREE
Forum Planned for
Congress Woman
A nniniitable discussion and
open forum have been planned
(or the next meeting of Miami
chaptir < Congress, according to Mrs. Sid-
ney Stepkin, president of the
0Up The meeting is scheduled
I take place at the Amvets club.
m s\v Bth ave., Wednesday,
Novcmhe. 26, at 1 p.m.
Rabb: Colman A. Zwitman of
Tempi'' Israel, Dr. A. A. Gotts-
chall Florida Director of the Na-
tional (inference of Christians
and Je'.vs. and Father McAtee of
Gcsu church, will be introduced
bv Mis. Isidor Cohen, chairman
0f human relations and inter-
faith committee. Moderator will
be Mis Louis Glasser, president
0f the Florida Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress.
Mem, e s of all organizations
have been asked to attend. Re-
freshments will be served.
Levin Lodge Host at
Cake and Coke Party jMrS' 5<,m* Liptoil
n^vr?Hirsch La"dau Chapter, HOSt OT TeO
B.Y.W.. were guests of the
newly organized Isaac Levin
Lodge No. 1709, B'nai B'nth for
a "Cake and Coke" party at Hil-
lel House last week.
Miss Shirley Collegeman,
president of the Landau group
and Richard Gerstein, president
of the Levin Lodge, planned the
informal social evening to afford
both groups an opportunity of
meeting and learning more of
each other's plans for communi-
ty service in greater Miami.
Norton Pallot, first vice-presi-
dent of the Levin Lodge v, a s
chairman of the affair and was
assisted by Martin Rosen, S i d
Adler and Mat Dubinsky.
Mrs. Samuel Lipton will be
hostess to the second of a series
of membership teas for the Mi-
ami Beach group of Hadassah.
Tuesday, at her home, 6535 Alli-
son id.. Miami Beach.
Feature of the afternoon's pro-
gram will be a review of Meyer
Levine's book "My Father's
House." by Abraham Gannes. Di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Purpose of the teas is to ac-
quaint new and prospective mem-
bers with what Hadassah the
Women's Zionist Organization
of America, means to Palestine
according to Mrs. Carl Weinkle
Liebman >nni'l |
ll'nai ITi-illi
Youth IMr'lor
Howard Liebman has been
named to the post of Florida
State Director of B'nai B'ritli
youth organizations, according to
an anounccment by Milton A.
Friedman, chairman of the State
Youth Commission.
Liebman, a graduate of City
College of New York, assumed
the position of B. B. Y. O. direc-
Dr. Weinkle
Opens Offices
Dr. M;lton L. Weinkle, who
opened his offices November 15
in the Mercantile National Bank
building on Lincoln Road for the
practici I dentistry.
A gra i ate of Emory Universi-
ty Denl il school, he served at the
Jacksonville Navy Base during
the war. Son of Dr. and Mrs.
Barney Weinkle of 4120 Pine Tree
dr., the dentist has been a resi-
dent of Miami Beach since he
was foil years old.
Since their marriage last De-
cember 22, Dr. Weinkle and his
wile, thi former Miss Miriam
Shafl I Miami, have lived at 622
15th si Miami Beach.
membership chairman. Any mem-
lloll VWOOCl l{l attend and
.. hung a guest to any of the af-
At the annual meeting of Ten,- fairs js askod to (.nl,u.l M
pie Emanu-El congregation, No-
vember 5, in Ft. Lauderdale,
Abe Markowitz was chosen
Morris Wolf. 5-0276: Mrs. Mosc
Rauzin 6-1994; Mrs. Louis Pallot,
6-2016. or Mrs. Dave Blank,
5-1573.
president for the coming year.
Other officers elected that ev( -
ning included Ben Kaufmann,
of Hollywood, vice president;
David Lyons, treasurer; and
Harry Cohen, secretary.
Plans were discussed 1 o r the i Plans for the forthcoming Cor-
new buildings contemplated by ,,nation ball and talent show of
the congregation. Entertainment the Greater Miami unit of Junior
Jr. Hadassah Selects
'Miss Membership'
Latin Quarter Chosen
For Congress Dinner
Annual dinner dance sponsored
by the Miami Beach chapter of
American Jewish Congress, Wom-
an's Division, will be held at the
Latin Quarter on Palm Island.
Scheduled for 6 p.m. Christmas
night, the affair prcvues the of-
ficial opening of the club, De-
cember 27, according to Mrs.
Glickman, chairman of the eve-
ning's arrangements.
All sealing arrangements arc
to be made in accordance with
the date on which reservations
are received, Mrs. Glickman
stated. Further information may
be obtained by railing 5-5647.
Greater Miami Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society spon-
sored a game party in the
Robert Richter hotel Monday
evening. Mrs. Martin Sun-
shine and Mrs. S. Axelrod
were in charge of arrange-
ments.
IS FINEST
ELECTRICAL STORE
"Some Say"

Light Fixtures
Appliances
llaiclios
Open Friday Evening
MONAHAN'S
INC.
2208 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 4-0632
and refreshments followed.
Quiz Box
Q. Which animals are Kosher
and which are not Kosher?
(Submitted by J. K. of Water-
loo, Iowa.
A. The distinction between
Kosher animals and non-Kosher
animals is given in the Bible
(Leviticus 11:3; Deuteronomy
14:5). where it is commanded
that those animals whose "hoofs
are parted and are cloven-looted
and chew the cud" may I e eaten.
A list of animals of both cate-
gories is found in these sections
in the Bible as well as in later
Talmudic literature.
Q. Are all species of fish per-
mitted for food?
A. No. The Bible in the afore-
mentioned sources declare that
only water life that possesses
'fins and scales" is permissible
for human food consumption.
Q. Which of the bird species
are Kosher?
A. In the aforementioned
sources of the Bible there seems
to be no descriptive categorical
distinction by which the birds
are divided. Lists of both Kosh-
er and non-Kosher birds are giv-
en. Observers have noted, how-
ever, that the type of bird that
is listed as Kosher is usually the
bird which lives on grain where-
as the type listed as non-Kosher
is usually the bird of prey.
Hadassah was discussed at a meet-
ing in the home of Miss Natalie
Samuels. Miami Beach, last Mon-
day evening.
"Miss Membership," the indi-
vidual who has recruited the
greatest number of new members,
will be selected for the December
LIT affair, according to Miss Flor-
ence Hildebrandt, chairman of
the arrangements.
ADL Committee Fetes
Fla. Regional Director
Executive committee of the
Florida Regional Office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the local staff sur-
prised George J. Talianoff, di-
rector of the office, by the pre-
sentation of a birthday cake at
their executive meeting Novem-
ber 14.
A resolution was also un-
animously adopted at the com-
mittee luncheon in tribute to
Talianoff on the occasion of his
birthday, praising his work in
combatting bigotry and further-
ing the cause of inter-group har-
mony. The League office is lo-
cated at 330 Scybold Bldg.
HOWARD LIEBMAN
tor for the state of Michigan. He
has done graduate work in psy-
chology and sociology at the new
school for Social Research and
at Columbia and attended one
session at Harvard Law School.
Besides his 'social welfare work
and directive activities, the new
director has also been a staff
writer with the Detroit Jewish
Chronicle and has had editorial
experience with several publish-
ing firms.
Program activities and service
projects of the seventeen girls'
groups and eighteen boys' organ-
izations in Florida will be co-
ordinated and directed by Lieb-
man who plans to visit these
chapters regularly on his tour of
the State. Headquarters will be
maintained in Miami.
I in:;mom 4 lull
Hall To Be Dee. 15
A Chanuka Ball is being plan-
ned by the Emanon club of the
Miami "Y" to be held in the ball-
room of the Floridian hotel, 0
p.l to midnight. December 13.
Floor show for the evening is
being prepared by Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Rubin, dance committee
chairman. Music will be provided
by a unit of Crusty Drybread's
orchestra.
Tickets may be purchased at
'he Miami Y.M. & W.H.A. or at
the hotel door the night of the
dance.
Other activities of the group
include a beach party for mem-
bers tomorrow night at the First
Street Beach, for their monthly
"free get-together."
Emanon club is a social organ-
ization of young men and women
over 21 years of age. Meetings
are held the second and fourth
Wednesdays of every month at
.he Miami Y.
For some 3,125 orthodox Jews
in Italy, the Joint Distribution
Committee provides kosher food
in special canteens.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIH
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Nor shall we forget the beloved families
of those who made the supreme saci-ilicc.
The sons, the fathers, the husbands who
shall never know the peace on earth tne>
so valiantly earned, are being returned to
their homes.
We offer our services and the use of our
chapels without any charge.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2],
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EDITORIAL
S.O.S___S.O.S.S.O.S.
The- Jewish Floridian news columns are this
week devoting considerable space to the SOS
drive which will take place a week from Sunday,
on November 30th. The reason for giving ad-
vance publicity is simple. We want all of our
citizenry to have ample time to get their bundles
of clothing and collect the foodstuffs in prepara-
tion for the SOS collection pickup. The importance
of this particular project cannot be too strongly
emphasized.
While governments debate and negotiate at
great length the guestions of immigration and aid
to Europe, another winter is fast approaching,
bringing with it the threats of famine and exposure
to hundreds of thousands of Europe's needy Jews.
Crop shortages and spiralling inflation are pre-
venting even those Jews who have found em-
ployment from obtaining the minimum necessities
Df life.
As for the 250,000 Jewish refugees, still wait-
ing in the DP camps for permission to rejoin the
world, their meager food and clothing rations are
being drastically reduced by the inadeguately
financed International Refugee Organization, the
successor to UNRRA.
A crisis in relief is growing which threatens to
destroy the progress in reconstruction and re-
habilitation achieved by the survivors at such
great cost. In this critical period, the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee's SOS Supplies for Overseas
Survivors1 Collection has launched a nation-wide
special fall campaign for 6,000,000 pounds of food
and clothing.
These urgently needed relief supplies must
be collected without delay.
In view of the slowness of funds coming in to
the United Jewish Appeal, which finances the
overseas relief and rehabilitation programs of
the JDC, the SOS campaign for relief-in-kind has
become doubly important. Surely it is within the
power of our people to make available the food
and clothing which Europe's desperate Jews must
have to tide them through the winter. Which of
us cannot share a coat, a suit, a pair of shoes?
Which of us cannot contribute several cans of
food from our weekly budget-so that they who
have sacrificed so much may be given the strength
to carry on?
Through SOS, men, women and children who
remain in displaced persons camps in Europe
have been provided with necessities of life, with
canned foods, with music and clothing.
> l.t.kA--* .-.
THE ROUGH SEA-
We can depend on the surviving Jews over-
seas. They are a people who will not say die.
Their fight for life and human dignity will not
ceaseprovided we give them the help they
need. All of us are obligated to make the SOS
drive an impressive and outstanding success.
GOLDEN AGE PROGRAM
The growing awareness of the emotional and
recreational needs of the aged citizens of our
community has led to active development of pro-
grams for this numerically increasing portion of
our population. Many programs have been ex-
ploratory, searching for the most effective techni-
gues and approaches appropriate for older adults.
Many have grown out of a combined effort of
family case work agencies, Old Age Assistance
programs and group work agencies to help these
oldsters become younger in their old age through
constructive use of time and development of new
incentives and interests.
For the most part these aged persons are:
Men and women over 65 years of age, who
during a long span z: employable life had made
their cor.-.:.c-^r.s to their families and communi-
ty, and who have a rich background of exrn
behind them. "Pnet
People who find it difficult to face old
because with it comes lowered prestige 2
status. In the economic life of our country
must earn or produce to have prestiqe, and T
can retire gracefully. *
People whose faculties and capacitie$ f0
creative activity were dulled through disuse
suiting in early senility. Deterioration was due not
to mere age alone, but also to the psychologies
consequences of isolation and social rejection
Lonely, unaffiliated individuals who b
quently have no place in a family that is satisfy"
ing to them, and few, if any, associates WjJ,
whom they may enjoy congenial companionship
People who want to prove ti.eir usefulness
through an opportunity for constructive effort
They want more than the charm ci the past thev
seek acceptance and approval in the present.
Various Jewish Centers have concerned them-
selves with this community need, and in recent
years have developed experimentcii approaches
to programming for adults living in tie community
and others residing in a home foi the aged.
The Miami Y will inaugurate a Golden Age''
program of this nature on Sunday. It will be very
interesting to note the results.
MKDMCAL SCHOOL
The faith of the Jewish people in the future
of Palestine is best demonstrated by what they
are dojng in that country during the present
period of conflict.
Hebrew University, atop Mt. Scopus, provides
an illustration. It was founded 22 years ago amid
strife, and it has grown consistently despite inter-
mittent violence within the country.
While a UN investigating commission is con-
sidering the situation in Palestine, Hebrew Uni-
versity and the Hadassah Medicci Organization
are cooperating in the biggest expansion program
in the University's history.
Hadassah, which has a greot hospital, a
school of nursing and other health facilities on Mt.
Scopus, and Hebrew University, which has a
post-graduate medical research division, are treat
ing a Medical School which will admit its first
class in the Fall of 1948.
The present medical center serves all persom
regardless of nationality or religion.
Here in the U. S. A., the American Friends
of Hebrew University, Hadassah and the Ameri-
can Jewish Physicians Committee are cooperating
in the medical school campaign to raise S4 million
in this country. _
United Nations Sets Date For
Establishment Of Jewish State
(Continued F Page 1)
ible the K> i Inion and
a Joint Economic Board.
6". The Provisional Coun.
G i: nment of each state, not
later than two months all.
withdrawal of British forces, but
in any case before October l, .
1948, shall hold elections for Con-.and the pi imenta
stituent Assemblies which shall
ot- conducted along democratic
lines. Election regulations in eat h
-late shall be drawn up by the
Provisional Council of Govern-
ments and approved by the Com-
mission.
7. Qualified voters of each state
for this election shall be over IK
years who are: (a) Palestinian
citizens residing in that stale and
(b) Arabs and Jews residing in
the state although not Pales-
tinian citizens, who before voting
have signed notice of intentions
lo become citizens of such state.
8. The Arabs and Jews residing
in Jerusalem who have signed
notices of intention to become
citizensArabs of the Arab state
and Jews of the Jewish state
shall be entitled to vote in Arab
and Jewish states respectively.
Women may vote and may be
elected to Constituent Assemblies.
9. During the transition period
no Jews shall be permitted to
establish residence in the area of
:. :.- lisci iminatory
nomic
:.:..
m will S u p e r v i s e
7':: I Bi oet n Assembly
Statehood
' "d no int ecommenda-
ermitted to es- f the v king group in-
tabl.sh residenc. I A1
:, shall be
' : the C( len, ..1 Assem-
nd shall consist of five mem-
10. The C nstituent A esenting small powers.
hall draft a demo- The administration of Palestine
itic constitution for each stati I insitional period be-
tween the ad iption of the recom-
mendations by the General As-
which will succei d thi 1'. vision-
al Councils fG vernment, which sembly and the proclamation of
j be appointed by the U N ndence by tin- Jewish and
in. The constitutions ol
' ites shall embody, inter
aha, provision.- :
a. Establishing in each Statl
.. legislative body elected by uni-
suffrage and by secret bal-
lot on the basis of proportional
representation and an executive
body responsible to the legisla-
ture.
b. Settling all international dis-
putes in which a state may be
involved by peaceful means in
such a manner that International
peace and security and justice are
not endangered.
c. Accepting obligations of the
state to refrain in its internatioT-
al relations from threats of the
use of force against the terri-
torial integrity or the political in-
dependence of any state.
d. Gua.anteeing to all persona
...11 be entrusted to
the Commission, which shall act
in conformity with the recom-
mendations of the Assemblj un-
der the guidance of the Security
Council.
The Mandatory P ,\\ nol
issue any regulations to pn
obstruct or delay the implementa-
tion by the Commission of the
measures recommended by the
Assembly. The Commission shall
authority to issue regula.
and take other measures a-
required for the discharge of its
administrative responsibility.
With a view to insuring thai
there .-hall be continuity in the
administrative services. there
shall be a progressive transfer bj
the Mandatory to the Provisional
1 lUncils of Government and the
Joint Economic Board of responsi-
bilitj lor all the functions of the
government including that of
maintaining law and order in the
areas from which the forces of
the Mandatory have withdrawn.
U.N. to Establish Frontiers
On its arrival in Palestine, the
Commission shall proceed to
carry out measures for the estab-
lishment of frontiers of the Arab
and Jewish states and the city of
Jerusalem in accordance with the
recommendations of the General
Assembly with regard to the par-
titioning of Palestine.
A United Nations trusteeship
council will govern the inter-
national city of Jerusalem when
PaU'sUne is divided into Jew-
ish and Arab countries, accord-
ing lo a report of a partition
sub-committee which had the
approval of the United States
and Russia.
The Commission shall select
and establish the Provisional
Councils of Government in each
state after consultation with the
democratic parties and public or-
ganizations of the Arab and Jew-
ish states.
Councils Given Authority
The Provisional Councils of
each state shall within the short-
est time possible recruit an armed
militia from the residents of that
state, sufficient in number to
maintain internal order and pre-
vent frontier clashes. This armed
militia shall, for operational pur-
poses, be under the command of
Jewish and Arab officers resident
n that slate, but the general poli-
Ical and military control includ-
ing the choice of the militia's
high command shall be exercised
oy the U.N. Commission.
Subject to the provisions of this
recommendation. during the
transitional period, the Provi-
sional Councils, acting under the
Commission, shall have full au-
thority in the areas under their
control including the authority
over matters of immigration ana
and regulations.
The Provisional Councils <*
Government acting under tne
Commission and the J"'"1 **"
nomic Board shall have W
sponsibility for the administra-
tion of Palestine in the pen
if any. between termination of w
Mandate and the establishment
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FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 21, 1947
Former Miamian
Weds In Atlanta
Miss Sheila Slann became Mrs.
David Saul in Atlanta, Ga., No-
vember 10. She is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. David L. Slann,
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PAGE FIVE
Mrs. David Saul
former Miamians who now reside
in Atlanta,
The bride was attended by Miss
Gloria Lazear, maid of honor, and
Miss Jinx Engel, Miss Meredith
Arnold. Miss Sonia Frietag, Miss
Sylvia Pollock and Miss Roslyn
Blanch, bridesmaids and Mrs.
Sidney Huhman, sister of the
bride, as bridesmatron.
Alvin Saul was his brother's
best man. Harvey Lee Cohen.
M;i n Perling, Leonard Selig-
man. Lippmann, Sidney Rich and
Theodore Levitaa ushered.
Aflci a honeymoon trip to New
Orleans, the couple will make
their home in Atlanta.
Beth David Invites
Mothers to Meetings
Bet:. David Sunday morning
group has invited all mothers
to attend their meetings at the
Synagogue 10 to 11:30 Sunday
mornincs. Rabbi Max Shapiro
lead- the discussions.
Intei marriage and the differ-
ences between reform, conserva-
tive and orthodox Jews have
been the topics of previous gath-
erings.
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urdtne's
SansAvtr -dis&tvr.i
Gift Packed .
Jellies,
Marmalades
t lP a Punc* i01
GUts to offer win a flourish,
because these cure Burdine's
own fancy-pack marmalades
and jellies. Sun-sweetened,
nectar-flavored! Marmalades
include: orange and cherry,
pineapple and raspberry,
Mlamondin, pineapple and
orange, tropical fruit also
guava jelly. Luscious tokens
i Florida!
URDlNE-3, MIAMI, FINE TOODS.
FIFTH FLOOR
Personally Speaking .. .
nlaa!^' S ^ iS bQCk hme bom a Combined business and
fnZT 3* Sflh,\V'8I,ed hei **. Mrs. Bernadine Tucker
in Huntsville Alabama, and then travelled to New York. Mr
furnejrMiarn;/11 ^ *" ^ ^ ^ -
* *
^ uQUlN' l!nger' Ve'eran Army Medical Serv^e officer,
TZ i i u I 'i? PmC,iCe f in,emal medicine last week
at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
r II ^ U/1?rJWQS 9raduated from he New York University
Colege of Med.cme (Bellevue) in 1939. During his four and a
half years in the Army, he was assistant Chief and Chief of the
Medical Services at hospitals in the United States and overseas
where he was in charge of the heart disease division at a
general hospital.
After separation from the Army, Dr. Unger served as Chief
Resident in Medicine on the New York University Division of
Goldwater Memorial Hospital where he conducted research in
d.seases of the heart, liver, joints, and blood. Much of his work
is in process of publication in medical journals
* *
A daughter, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour H. Evans
of Brooklyn, November 15. She is the former Lillian Peretzman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman of Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport have moved to their new
home at 1011 S.W. 25th ave.
* *
A son, Jerryl Keith, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bern-
stein, 4460 Post ave., Miami Beach, at the St Francis hospital
November 9.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machte^ left for New York yesterday
to spend about three weeks visiting relatives in New York City
and Yonkers. They will be joined for Thanksgiving by their
daughter, Naomi, student at Florida State College for Women.
+ *
In honor of her husband's birthday, Mrs. Dave Blank held
a surprise party at their home, 4307 Alton rd., Miami Beach,
recently. Over 50 friends participated in the evening's informal
celebration.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper of 1683 S.W. 17th st. and M*.
and Mrs. Jack Lazarus of 1671 S.W. 18th st. have returned from
Anderson, S. C, where the Peppers celebrated their silver
wedding anniversary. A dinner was given in their honor by
Mrs. Pepper's and Mrs. Lazarus's sister, Mrs. Harry Weinstein.
The Miamians also visited another sister, Mrs. Raymond Brice,
in Jacksonville.
* +
Jack Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, of
1802 S.W. 17th St., was born last Saturday.
* *
Friends of Abe Kaplan were pleased to hear that he is re-
covering from a recent illness at the Jackson Memorial hospital.
* *
Stephen Jerome was born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kauff-
man of 531 S.W. 7th st., October 7.
Robert Richter Post
Installs Officers
Newly elected officers of Robert
Richter Post. No. 11 of the Amcr-
can Veterans Committee, will be
installed at their next meeting
December 1. The gathering will
be at their new headquarters, 237
Mi st., Miami Beach.
Commander Nat Pollack wa>
re-elected to head the group this
year. Alvin C. Richter is to br
senior commander; Henry C
Carver, Jr., vice commander: My-
ron Broder. adjutant; William
Baer, financial officer; Jac';
Brettholtz, provost marshall.
Game night will be held at the
headquarters, Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Pierre Van Paassen, noted
lecturer, is scheduled to speak
at the Palm Beach high school
auditorium Monday night at 8
o'clock. Topis of his speech
will be "The International Sit-
uation in Palestine."
The family of
MRS. BELLA GINSBURG
acknowledge with deep appre-
ciation and thanks the sympa.
thy and friendship extended to
us from our friends, relatives,
Chaverim and Chaviroth of
Pioneer Women Organizations
and Bealick Branch of the
J N.W.A. of Greater Miami, at
the time of our bereavement.
Mr. & Mrs. David Freedman
and
Prof. Jekuthaiel Ginsburg
Havana Wedding For Irma Silverstein
A wedding ceremony in Ha-
vana, Cuba, November 8 climaxed
the romance of the former Miss
rrma Silverstein of Miami Beach
and Larry Rochlin. The daughter ,1
of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silver-
Mrs. Larry Rochlin
stein was visiting a college friend
in Havana when the couple met.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Rochlin of Statesville,
North Carolina.
Miss Abby Silverstein was maid
of honor for her sister.
The bride studied at the Uni-
versity of Miami and Florida
State College for Women where
she was a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority. She was grad-
uated from John Hopkins School
of Nursing and served in the
Army Nurse Corps, 4th service
command, during the war. Former
treasurer of Miami chapter of the
American Veterans Committee
and delegate to the National con-
vention in Milwaukee last June.
Mrs. Rochlin was also active
locally as secretary of the Fla-
mingo Park tennis club and of
the South Florida League of Ten-
nis club.
Rochlin, a student at the Lon-
don School of Economics and
Political Science for three years,
interrupted his studies to serve
six years with the Polish Free
Army. He saw action in Nor-
mandy, Belgium, Holland and
German with the First Canadian
Army.
After a brief honeymoon in
Havana and Miami Beach the
Rochlins will make their home in
Statesville, where the groom is
associated with Rochlin Veneer
and Plywood Co. and a member
of the Southern Plywood Manu-
facturers Association. They plan
a second honeymoon through
Europe in March.
Attending the wedding from
Miami in addition to the bride's
family, were Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Holland and Arthur Degutz who
photographed the ceremony. The
groom's parents, his sister, Miss
Anne Rochlin of New York City,
^and an aunt, Mrs. Louis Kogan of
Brooklyn, completed the party.
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Sam Silver, president Shilfm
Lodge B'nai B'rith, will address
the members of the Beth David
Congregation, 135 N. W. 3rd ave.,
on Friday. December 5. The pul-
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B'nai B'rith by Rabbi Max
Shapiro as part of a program to
acquaint the Jewish community
with the functions of all Jewish
service organizations.
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Congress Chapter
Join For Social
Men and women of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress chapters in
this community have planned a
social evening to take place Sun-
day at the Elks club. 720 West
ave., Miami Beach. Miss Clara
Goldenberg, program chairman.
lias announced that activities will
begin at 8 o'clock.
Hildegarde has been scheduled
to headline the evening's enter-
tainment. Other artists include
Lucille Goldenberg, messo-sopra-
no and Herbert Silver, baritone
Mrs. Herbert Silver will accom-
pany.
Isaac Toubin ml execu-
tive secretary of the American
Jewish Congress, is to be guest
speaker and will be presented by
Mrs. Louis Glass* lent oi
the Florida Women's Division of
the American Jewish Coni
Dancing and nents fol-
low the p
Mark G. Kaplan, acting presi-
dent of the Men'.-, chapti r will
be chairman and master of cere-
111. .n;. commit-
tee .
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21
1947
Council Honors
!N>w Citizns
At K citizens
New
Will
Tlie liMT-48 Building Fund
. ip of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
\ own at their first
campaign meeting held at the
Royal Palm hoti '.. Miami r.> ach,
S, ..led. left to right:
Jack D. Burris, Henry Spero, Dr.
c man, Alfred Stone,
Abraham Goodman. Joseph M.
Rose (president of the Center),
Rabbi Irving Lehrman 'spiritual
|< ader of the Cei t< N'athan
Glosser Samuel Friedland, I. I.
Mintzir. Oscar Mamber, Morris
Newmark and Daniel M. Broad.
Standing, left to right, Philip
Salmon, Mayer H. Frankel,
George J. Talianoff, Archie
Brick, Leo Eisenstein and Ira C
Walsi v.
Landau Chapter To Louis IIVilllilM
Celebrate Installation lours Disdii I
Cell '.iie install.it:.in of Louis Heiman. president of the:
Clara Hirsch Fifth District, B'nai B'nth, left
n, .mi-.
v M
m : B'nai B'nth ti.i.s week to visit lodges i:. the Miami Beach.
"i v mng Women is holding a dance state of Georgia.
-Mis ..
Mi I: Hai


Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae
held their regular monthly
meeting Wednesday evening at
the home of Mrs. Leonard Ja-
cobsen, 4523 Royal Palm ave..
recopu ..... .^
classes sponsor,.,! by the M
section National Council of
.sh Women, Monday at 8 PmI
Beth David auditonum
Circuit Judge R0SS Wffl
Will be guest speak,,- and f!^
J. H. Dever, Eugene p?"
Charlae 8. AdamswiJ rS^f
the U. s. ...::*;
turalization Service Deoartm..
of Justice. Two studSrJS
Citizenship classes will pr\3
the^feelings iboHl
i Musical numbers and a social
hour follow. Mis.s Edna Kauf
mann Chairman of Council',
Naturalization Department i.
chairman of the reception eon!
mittee, which includes Mr
Madeleine Breitkopf, Mrs, Sadie
t g,fr1\,MrS- Jot' Bdov- M". Nat
L. Williams and Mis.
Finkelstein.
Florence
Palm Beach Auxiliary-
Elects Mrs. Ed Cohen
of the
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i.l cocktail lounge For his fust .-top, Sunday. Hei-
R to- man installed a lodge at Way-
cross. Monday afternoon he ad- ;
., ,lf ,.. dressed a luncheon meeting at;
ittee, and Miss Babe Fitzgerald, and in the evening at I
Mac-oil.
Savannah's lodge was next on
Cohei -i
by Miss
,, ,, ,, ... ,, the Miamian's itinerary for Tues-
(i. Miss Phyllis
Miss Roz G nd Miss Judy
were
day Wednesday brought him to
Albany, after which he addressed
: luncheon in Valdosta.
Rosol
s l day.
A
Dr. Paul Beck, noted Euro-
pean tenor and cantor, will be
heard in a group of Jewish
and Hebrew duets over station
WINZ Sunday at noon with
Ruth Brotman, well known
soprano. Anyuta Melicov, will
be at the piano.
Miami Beach YM & WHA
roller skating program, which
was held regularly every Wed-
nesday night at 1 Lincoln road,
will be discontinued temporar-
ily until the new "Y" building
now under construction at 1S36
Bay Road is completed. Pres-
ent headquarters for the "Y"
are now located in room 233 of
the Mercantile Natioal Bank
Building. 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida.
At :.is final visit in Bruns-
wick. Heiman installed a new
Igi consisting of approximate-
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Bernard Ostfeld
Direct from Italy to M-
iami. This European art-
ist brings his vast knowl-
edge of ballet, modern
and characti r, to us. Mr-
Ostfeld was born in the
Rhir.elan,! >iian lus
ballet Studj vith such
well kn aten as
Lasar Galpern and Juli-
an Algo. Foi modern
dancing. Ursula Back,
Mary Wigman"s protege,
and Kurt I ''"* m
London, England.
Bernard Ostfeld
Mr. Ostfeld taugh ballet in Florence, Italy, for two years. FroO
Florence In- went to Rome. Italy, to dance at tee Royal upe'a
House for four years. From there he spent much time w*
ing Europe and doing Choreography for many *"eat?oM
On completion of the tour he returned to the Royal W"
House in the year of 1945 and danced until 194,. On May
1947. Mr. Ostfeld danced his last opera and cairn- direct to '
United States and to Miami. He is instructor of all "
and modern dating in this studio. He speaks German, w
and French as well as English and Yiddish.
Rudy Duval
From the dance team "Irene and Duval" and well known to
their dancing in the picture "Flying Down to Rio.
Class or Private Lessons, Toe, Tap. Ballet, Ballroom,
Acrobatic.
Children 4 years old and up. Special Classes and Privet
Lessons for Teachers and Professionals as well as
ginners. Evening Class for Business Girls in Ballet an
Modern Dance.
Approved under G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS for Veterans'
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Bill Pecks Studio of Dancing
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,AV. NOVEMBER 21, 1^4?
Iwisohn Speaks
kr Book Month
Li Program
Lit! Lewisohn, noted Jew-
Lthor and lecturer, will ap-
at Temple Israel December
observance of Jewish Book
Lh it W88 'nnounced this
k by Charles R. Jacobsen, ex-
Jewlst tkrtetbf)
Li.tii'- 0 Letoteohn
live secretary <>f the B'nai
th Council. Ml members of
community are invited free
pharge.
Iititling his address "Jewish
irature in America," Lewisohn
review one of his recent
b en.; Jewish con-
Bans also include an exhibi-
of rare Jewish ceremonial
fccts reci trieved from
f Nazis that have been shipped
lliami from New York for the
won.
tnai B'rith Council of Greater
|mi. in ci inunction with the
Bureau of Jew-
sh Education, is
ponsoring the
cultural event as
' of their ob-
rvance of Book
Month. Monta-
gue Rosenberg,
ch;,innan of the
Observance com-
mittee for B'nai
B'rith is being
chairmen of all
3 *i
Rosenbery
toed bv tl
Juvenile Problems
Discussed By
One-Day Institute
"What is Happening to Some
of Our Children" was the
theme of a one-day Institute of
Human Relations held at
the White Temple Methodist
Church on Wadnesday.
Morning session opening at 10
o'clock was devoted to a pres-
entation of the facts with C. H.
Carson, head of the local office
of the Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation, speaking on Juvenile De-
linquency; A. Judson Hill, Dadc
County Bar Association, speak-
ing on Children of Divorced Par-
ents; Dr. Reinhold Wolf, Univer-
sity of Miami, speaking on the
Economic Factors Involved; Dr.
Jess Spirer, University of Miami,
speaking on Ethical Tone of the
Community and the Misses Nina
McAdams and Alice MacVicar
of the Dade County School Sys-
tem, speaking on th Schools.
The group broke up into
five sections at 2 p.m. for inter-
pretation of the facts and rec-
ommendations for the next steps
that should be taken. Leaders of
the five section groups in the af-
ternoon were Mrs. Ellen White-
side, Dr. Dora Klemer, Mr. Stan-
ley C. Myers, Miss Nina McAd-
ams and Miss Alice MacVicar.
The Institute is sponsored by
the Miami Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews with the follow-
ing community organizations co-
sponsoring the sessions: Greater
Miami Council of Churches, Men-
tal Health Society of Southeast-
ern Florida, Greater Miami
Council of Church Women, Mi-
ami Woman's Club, Dade Coun-
ty Federation of Women's Club,
Council of Social Agencies of
Dade County, Girl Scout Council
of Dade County, Inc., Y. M. and
Y. W. H. A. of Miami, National
Council of Jewish Women, Mi-
ami Section, B'nai B'rith, Mia-
mi Beach Lodge No. 1591, Chil-
dren's Service Bureau, Y. M. C.
A., Boy Scouts of America, Board
of Public Instruction of Dade
County, Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, Hialeah-Miami Springs
Lions Club, Coral Gables Cham-
ber of Commerce, University of
Miami, District Welfare Board
No. 9, Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce, Dade
Florida State C. I. O. Council
and the Greater Miami Minister-
ial Association.
PAGE SEVEN
First \it;In New
High at !tis< .> ,
After a record-breaking In-
augural night of 13,461 paid ad-
missions and a pari-mutuels total
of $241,292 as well as succeeding
history-making nights of racing,
attendance and mutuels, the Bis-
cayne Kennel Club is ready for
the remaining nights of its 43-
night Fall meeting continuing
through January 3.
With nightly weekday racing
starting at 7:45 p.m. and the pro-
grams being comprised of 10
events, the annual major stakes
ahead are, Nov. 29, the Fort
Lauderdale Trophy; Dec. 6, Amer-
ican Legion Trophy; Dec. 13, Ju-
venile Stakes Eliminations; Dec.
20, Miami Shores Trophy; Dec.
25, Christmas Night Trophy; Dec
27, Juvenile Championship Stakes
and Jan. 1, New Year-Orange
Bowl Trophy.
One of the outstanding features
of Biscayne's early meeting is
the unanimous acclaim of the
ultra-modern electric totalisator
odds board and room, the newest
designed, which was constructed
by the American Totalisator Co.
Also, popular with patrons is Bis-
cayne's new policy of not hold-
ing dogs at the box.
Miami "Y" Presents Musicale For
Golden Age Group on Sunday
First meeting of the Golden
Age Group, designed for people
over 50 years of age, will be held
at the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A.,
1567 S.W. 5th St., Sunday after-
noon, at 3 o'clock.
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Miami Y, explained that "for the
past year the Adult Activities
Committee, under the chairman-
ship of Ben Essen, made a study
of recreation for old age persons.
The growing awareness of the
emotional and recreational needs
of the aged citizens of our com-
munity has led to an active de-
velopment of a program for this
numerically increasing portion of
our population."
Sunday's program will consist
of a business meeting, followed
by a musicale. Miami Service
League of the Miami Y.M. &
Y.W.H.A. will serve refreshments.
Persons over 50 years of age are
invited to come.
B'nai B'rith Federation
Calls State Meeting
Jack A. Abbott, president of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges, has called a
meeting of the state executive
committee at the Seaside hotel,
Daytona Beach, November 22 and
23.
Reports on Hillel and youth
activities and the work of the
Anti-Defamation League will
highlight the two-day parley.
Representatives from Miami in-
clude Harold Turk. Milton A.
Friedman, E. Albert Pallot, Ram
Silver, Walter C. Kovner. and
George J. Talianoff.
More than 11,100 Jewish chil-
dren in France depend on the
Joint Distribution Committee. Of
this number, 3,100 are cared for
in 66 JDC-supported children's
homes; 2,000 live in JDC-assisted
foster families, and 2.500 are
helped through aid to t h e i r
parents.
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Mendelsohn's
OCEAN
VILLA
IS NOW AIR COOLED
DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS SERVED
Restaurant
DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P.M. SATURDAY FROM 6 to 9 P.M.
PHONE 5-9834 FREE PARKING
For Reservations
PHONE 5.93.14
13th St. & Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
ANGIE and FRED WELCOME YOU TO
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Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy
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Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach
THE ORIGINAL
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NOW OPEN
KOSHER RESTAURANT
318 Collins Ave.. M. B.
Serving the same wholesome Kosher food
as in former years.
Complete meals prepared to take out.
Telephone
5-9914
KIN(i BAKE SHOP
Now under management of Sol Pikarsky
"Not Just Baked Goods But QUALITY"
1894 S. W. 8th St. Phone 9-3924

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^IDAY. NOVEMBER;
James McDonald Announced Speaker
At Medical School Dinner Dec. 7

r;
A meeting of the local planning
committee to raise funds for the
Hebrew University and Hadassah
Medical School in Palestine was
held at the Sea Isle Hotel Novem-
ber 11th when Leo Robinson was
host at a luncheon.
Dr. Morris G.Kidman, chairman
of the South Florida section, an-
nounced that a dinner in behalf
of the medical school will be held
on Miami He ach, December 7th.
at the Woff id Hotel, with James
G. McDona'd, former United
Nati ns High C .mmissioner, as
Appearing on the
same program will be Dr. Bow-
man F. Ashe. president of the
Universitj i I Miami.
Dr. S. Chi les Werblow will
head the gi up of local sp insors
and will serve as overall chair-
man of solicitation, with Dr. Wil-
liam H. Bernstein as chairman of
the physicians committee and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman in charge of
arrangements.
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First Building Started At H.U.Med School
Which Will Open Doors in Fall of 1948
JUil SALEM > Bj < shle)Ground
Thanksgiving Dance To
End Membership Drive
To nate thi Miami B
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planni
Harry Zuker-
:. -
ill be a
: >n.
A and entertain-
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lected
I i the
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ROACHES

Sorority To Choose
Model University Miss
Featuring a -round-the-clock"
e, the third annual Model
. rsitj Miss contest, spon-
by Alpha Epsilon Phi so-
. at the University of Mi-
set for Nov. 29 at
the Lord Tarleton hotel, Miami
Beach.
Nacy's Of Lincoln Road is out-
fitting the contestants in the
1947 cditioi s of the fashion show
event. Accc ssories will be from
David's Fifth Avenue, while
furs for thi are from Pinto.
J. Baldi, Coral Gables han-drc.-s-
il] style t e contestants hair.
As in past years, each Univer-
lorority will be represented
ell as independent groups.
Roberts is fashion co-ordi-
for thi show while Dick
1m en selected as com-
ment I .

ORKIN
ha, I.....n lirnk.-n for ihe roiMlrUrtion
of ihr Biolof) Building (above), ilie
tit-1 of iIm- nr..ii|> mi Mi Scopus which
will romprUr iln- Hebrew I niverily
,,n.I Hidoxh Medieal School, for
whirh il.oon.oon ii lieing raised in ilie
I'niti'd Mil'- by Hadamah ami ihe
Amrriran Friend* "f ihe Hebrew U|ti-
verily.
The -Inn tun-, which will l' buill
ai i o-i "i 1600.000, will In- rompleted
b ill.- Fall -if l48.when tin- lir-i rlan
,i >fl nirilii.il -in.Inn- ill be admit-
i-.l h Mill be -iiiui'-il between iIh-
.ir.-hi Hrhrevt L'niveritj campua
mil lln I inn r-il> ll.nl.i--.ili M.iliial
( rnlrr, whiili includes the Rothschild-
II nl.i--.ili I ni< i-ii% lln-pilal, the
II. in 1.11.1 Siobl S1.....11if Nursing- and
ill. Nathan Katnoff lluililinft.
III. Ilioloin Building will house
ill. I. |..iiiin. nt- of llolum and /.ml-
":i ..1 ilir I mv.r-iiv N. w i|tiarteri
nri n.-. .1. .1 f.r tli.-r departments- In
arrnmnioilale prc-mrdiral student* in
addition to those enrolled at majors
in I...t.iiiv and zoology, and to improve
the general research and teaching fa-
cilities of the University.
The blueprints for the Biology
Building were drawn by Joseph Klar-
wein, a member of the faculty of the
Haifa Terhniral Institute, who it su-
p.rvi-ing the construction of the
building.
The fund* for the Biology Building
and for other units needed for the
establishment of this first Palestine
Medical School are being raised in the
United Slates by a campaign commit-
tee of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University and Hadassah un-
der the co-chairmanship of Col. Har-
old Riegelman and Mr*. Samuel J.
Rosentohn. The Medical School Cam-
paign goal is 14,000,000, and it ha* the
support of both Independent drives
ami Jewish Welfare funds in loinmu-
nilies throughout the country.
Dr- ^WaSSJS
INF Council Meetinn
* Dav..l S. Andro7
and lecturer, will ope ".
- Mi Z^
Coune..tobeheldatthee;
Academy, Miami Beach w*
day- 8 p.m. Commute, Z
and proposals for the year',
tivities will be discussed
The J.N.F. counci, _
ewhteen Zionist organic
includinc youth groups Eft.
of the council are directed,
ward redeeming the \Z
EreU Israel. lad
The public is asked to h.
ent at Wednesday's m*
Miamians Elected
Shepard Broad and Alex,
Van Straaten, of Miami Ba
were selected as officers 0f,
Southeastern Regional fa
Organization of America
conference held last w^J
Nashville, Tenn. Broad will J
as vice president and vj
Straaten as secretary.
JLC Leader Addresses
Workmen Circle Group
Irving s I field direct
the Ji Labor Committee of
\ - of the English speaking
branch 692-Y of the Workmen's
circle of Miami Beach, tomorrow
evening.
; r Salert's speech is
Is Anti-Semitism in the United
: ;i Men ice?"
The lecture will be heard at
the Lyceum, 25 Washington ave.,
Miami Ben h at 830 p.m. A
ial hour follows
People's Fraternal Order
Installs New Officers
Opening of a new chapter of
Jewish People's Fraternal Order,
Branch 357, will take place Sun-
das in Beth David auditorium.
with the installation of the char-
tered executive board.
Jack Sapphire is president.
Other officers include Mrs. Jerry-
Strauss, vice pies.; Joseph Swee,
financial sec; Mrs. Hilda Shlaf-
rock, rec. sec; Irving Birnberg.
Ireas.; and Mrs. Dora Wiener,
benefit director. Mrs. Max Shlaf-
rock will install the officers.
A large program of entertain-
ment has been planned starring
Lynne Jaffre, accordionist of
Broadway stage fame, accom-
panied by Miss Lucille Brown.
Also appearing arc Miss Bernice
Kelmanson, student of ballet.
Miss Rita Shlafrock, dramatic
student, and the Jewish Folk
Chorus of Miami.
Quality Jood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
Fill \\ MWiSKH 61, In:.
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-Ri"
GUILFORD
POULTRY
101 N. W. 8th Street
0 n :
ALWAYS ON PREMISES
Max Kletter to Appear
At Miami Beach High
Max Kletter, famous operetta
star and composer, will appear
on a "Sing and Laugh" program
at Miami Beach High school De-
cember 21. Appearing with him
Mrs. Weintraub Directs
Public Speaking Forum
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will
direct the second in a series of
public speaking forums, entitled
'Repackage Your Personality,"
sponsored by Miami section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women this afternoon. The for-
um will take place at the home
of Mrs. Nat L. Williams, 114 Sec-
ond Terrace, San Marino Island,
Miami Beach, at 2 p.m.
Class participation in public
speaking on the topic "Infla-
tion" will include Mrs. Aaron
Farr and Mrs. Frederick Gross-
berg. Mrs. Harry N. Schiff and
Mrs. Joseph F. Gleicher will talk
on "Food Conservation." Voice
recording and refreshments are
also planned for the afternoon.
Proceeds from these forums
are used to maintain Council's
scholarships in the University of
Miami
Best Poultry at
Wholesale Prices
CORONET CHOCOLATES
863 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
FEATURING
Finest Assorted Candy and
Chocolate Bars Direct From
PALESTINE
Open Evenings and Sundays Phone 58-2026
Fiftieth Anniversary
Workmen Circle branches,
ladies clubs and Jewish Socialist
V e r b a n d will celebrate the
Bund's 50th year of fighting for
the freedom in Russia and Po-
land this Sunday at 8 p.m.
John Mill, one of the founders
of the organization now living in
Miami, is to be guest speaker. The
WC choir will be conducted by
M. Gleiberman, teacher at the
Workmen Circle school.
Business and Professional
Division of Hadassah of Mi-
ami Beach will hold their reg-
ular meeting Monday evening
at 8 o'clock at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center.
Max Kletter
are the Feder Sisters, commonly
known as the "Singing Birds."
Kletter has also arranged sev-
eral special transcriptions for
Jacob Schachter which will be
used on the Jewish Musical Pro-
gram over WBAY. The program
is heard Fridays at 11 a.m. and
Sundays at 10 a.m.
During 1947, the Joint Distri-
bution Committee increased its
feeding canteens in Rumania
from 17 to 108, to feed 38,000 des-
titute Rumanian Jews.
High Grade
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FRIPAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947
*JeHisfiFk>ridrir>n
PAGE NINE
Max Samuels' Celebrate Burnstein Newly weds to
Golden Anniversary
Golden wedding anniversary of
Mr and Mrs. Max Samuels of
1820 S W. Hth ave., was celebrat-
',",.,., Sunday in the Versailles
hbtel a1 a dinner party given in
" ir h inor by their son-in-law
an,l d lUghter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
w|f(. included in the group of
Vl 70 guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Rosenthal and Mrs.
Sain Rosthal of New York City;
anrt Mrs. Mary Kaufman, Yonk-
N Y- .
The Samuels, who came here
(,, Stanford, Conn., 15 years
ago, arc still actively engaged in
business. They have two grand-
children, Miss Babs and Mrs.
Gladys L. Weintraub, and two
great-grandchildren, Bethany and
Pam Weintraub, all of Miami.
Reside on Miami Beach
Miss Thelma Lois Goldfield and
Horace A. Burnstein exchanged
vows at the Robert Richter hotel
November 8. They are now mak-
Loveman's Wed Nov. 9
Now residing in Miami are Dr.
and Mrs. David Loveman whose
ige took place in the chapel
of the Shelborne hotel, Novem-
ber 9. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
rmed the ceremony.
The former Miss Linda Gold-
the daughter of Mr. and
M Louis Goldfarb, 680 S.W.
7th ave. Her matron of honor
was her sister, Mrs. William R.
Zinner of Wilmington, N. C. Miss
I; i Loveman, sister of the
. was maid of honor.
I 1 Jonas served as best man
for I. veman, son of Mrs. Esther
Lovi n an of 429 N.W. 12th ave.
i were David Rosenfeld.
loosa, Ala., and Max Rosen-
feld Miami Beach, uncles of the
bridegroom.
Tides HoiH
Dining Room
Ojm'ms Sunday
The Tides Hotel, 1220 Ocean
dr., Miami Beach, will formally
inaugurate the current season on
Sunday, November 23rd, when
its dining room will open. Be-
ginning its 12th season, the Tides
this year will be operated by
Samuel Grundwerg, one of its
original owners, and Morris New-
murk, extensive Miami Beach
hotel operator.
"The Tides Hotel has spared no
expense nor effort in preparing
to give the best in kosher cuisine
in addition to its many other
services, and will continue to
measure up to its renowned re-
putation for Kashruth and ex-
cellence that it has achieved
during its many years of success-
ful operation," the owners state.
LEGAL NOTICE
and
Miami 'Y' Players
Meet Every Monday
K I meeting of the "Y Play-
er-, on Nov. 10 was featured
bj e appearance of Frederick
I. Jr., head of the Drama De-
nt of the University of Mi-
ami.
Ko,h discussed the motivations
and benefits obtained by the In.
ial through participation in
tie Theatre Group. He out-
posaible programs for the
and suggested projects upon
which the group might embark.
y Lipkin, director of the
"Y Players," and student assistant
' Koch at the University, was
u at the meeting on No-
er 17, to assign parts in sev-
eral one-act plays.
The "Y Players," the Little
T tre Group of the Miami Y.M.
& Y W.H.A., meets regularly on
iday evenings at the Y, 450
Mrs. Horace Bernstein
ing their home at Tenth
Meridian. Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer H. Goldfield
of Miami. She was graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and is now a junior at the Uni-
versity of Miami where she is a
member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority.
Burnstein. a service veteran,
was graduated from New York
University. He is now a partner
in the firm of Jacobi Originals of
Miami.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 18887
(to! ICstatn of
AUK OREL,
I icrcastil
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion for Final Discharge
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge; an Adminis-
tratrix Cum Testamento Annexo of
the estate of auk OREL, deceased;
and that on the 18th day of Decem-
I i. INT, I will apply to the Honor-
able W. !. nianton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
Of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix, CTA, of
the Batata of Abe Orel, deceased.
This isth day of November, W47.
ANNE OREL.
I'.UKSr.OW a GELB, American Bank
Bid*., Miami, Fla.,
Attorneys for Administrate CTA.
11/21-28, 11/6-11,
Legal Fraternity Elects
Theta chapter of Nu Beta Ep-
silon. legal fraternity at the Uni-
versity of Miami recently elected
Alfred Nesbitt as Chancellor for
the year.
Larry Kjmmel will be vice-
chancellor; Mervin Ames, scribe;
Stanley Spieler, exchequer; Saul
Genet, marshall. Gershon Miller
was made first honorary chancel-
lor of the group.
The fraternity sponsored an ad-
dress for the school of Law by
Miami City Manager, R. G. Dan-
ner, November 12. Plans of the
chapter call for future addresses
by prominent leaders in govern-
ment and law.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY (11VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
iii business under the fictitious name
of It''XV HOTEL, at MSI North Mi-
ami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
if the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK KAUFMAN,
Applicant.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAl'LAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/21-28. 12/5-12-lJ. ?
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FIVE POINTS MEDICAL. CLINIC
at 1251 S.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Ha.,
Intend to register wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDMOND GAMSK, M.D..
Sole Owner.
10/31. 11/7-H-21-28.
LEGAL NOTICES
Founders Day Observed
Annual founders day. formally
commemorating the 24th anni-
versary of the founding of Phi
Sigma Sigma, will be held in the
main dining room of the Roney
Plaza Hotel tomorrow by the
Beta Theta Chapter from the Uni-
versity rti Miami.
Dancing to Sam Lanes orclies-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Al PRINTING SERVICE, M
South Miami Avenue, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DAVID .MARKS.
MARX PEINBERG,
Attorney for Applicant,
11/21-28. 12 5-12.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
..i MICHIGAN BAR at Dade county,
Florida. Intend to register said namn
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN SIKMASZ.
ANNA SIKMASZ.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/21-2S. 12/5-12-19,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STADIUM GRILL, at 1400 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Ha., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.
COLMAN PONT.
LEONARD PONT.
10/24-11. 11/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AVOCADO APARTMENTS at 4213
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Reach. Fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HELEN WILEY.
ELVIN 3. WILEY.
VIRGINIA TRADER.
10/24-31. 11/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Allapattah Square-Deal Market at
2112 N. W. 3fith Street. Miami. Fla.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HENRY CORDON.
11/14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned,, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOME SUPPLY COMPANY at
I Kill S.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
id;!, intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade i'unity, Fliirid;i.
JACK GOTTLIEB.
HARRY SMITH.
EDWARD H. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
in/21-28. 12/5-12-19.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
tra in the gardens follows dinner, business under the fictitious name of
, k b --VW, Hi." will nresent Jerry's 1 'ants Shop at 136 Seybold Ar-
it which Phi Sig vull piescni ^ Miami, Florida, intends to regte-
t. i said mime with the Clerk "I the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JEROME II. GOLDSMITH.
M
S.W. 16th ave., Miami. Persons
-led in any phase of the
' e are asked to attend the
meeting.
'jwunan *S* t\w tw
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
its best pledge award.
Guests of honor will be Phi
Sigma Sigma patronesses, Mrs.
Sam Weissel and husband, and
Mrs. Leon Lichtenstetter and
Alumni Adviser, Mrs. Theo. Si-
mons and husband.
This is the first founders day
ball given by the local chapter.
11/7-14-21-28 12/s
Children of Beth David Sun-
day school were asked at last
week's assembly to contribute
to the S.O.S. drive by bring-
ing canned cocoa, baby I oj d
and milk, to be picked up No-
vember 30. Mrs. B. Schreidel
and Mrs. M. Goldstein are in
charge of collection for the
school. President of the Sister-
hood Mrs. Norman Jacobs has
requested that all parents co-
operate with the project.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY
In Chancery No. "3046
BENJAMIN IIOSKIN and KSllll-.K
liOSKIN, his wife .....
Plaintiffs
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 16283
Re: Estate of
JOAN Cl.AKK FMnVKKS,
i leceaaed.
Notice of Intention to Make Applica-
tion For Final Discharge
notice is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and peti
lion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator of the estate of JOAN CLARK
Fl.oWKKS. deceased: and that on
the .'I'th day ol December, 1H17, 1
will apply to the Honorable W. V.
Blanton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as Ad-
ministrator of the Estate of JOAN
CLARK FLOWERS, deceased.
This 18th day of November. 11)47.
C. D. VAN ORSDEL.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Administrator.
11/21-28. 12/5-12.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEE-ROY NOVELTIES at 44 N. E.
First Avenup. Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RAYMOND CITRON
SHIRLEY CITRON
husband and wife
ISIIK>RE PINKEIj
ETTA FINKEL
husband and wife
HARRY ZCKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
42ft Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
11/7-14-21-28
..*"*
jCoGUftt BUG'S UYi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KANDF.I. ELECTRIC at 176 N. W.
1st Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fl0H BEN GOLDSTEIN
WA8MAN, SILVER & SAKOW1TZ
Attorneys for Applicants
11/7-14-21-28 12/5 ____
A.M.MNA M.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Marc-Abbott, Ltd. at 213 23rd Street.
Miami Beach. Intends to register naid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD L. FORER,
Sole Owner.
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
Among The Leaders
In His Bid For
Re-Election
to the
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSION
13 Years of
Distinguished Public
Service to Miami
A. Dunn
youi part oi the job, then
"Let's Get the Job
DONE WITH DUNN!
fol-
lying
Florida.
vs
SN1GGS, et al.,
Defendants
Order For Publication Notice
To Appear
THE 8TATE OP FLORIDA:
TO: ANNA M. SNHiC.S and 77
SN'IGGS her husband. If married,
M || lloYKIt and O EORjill A V.
BOYER, his wife; -------- IRACr.i
and TRAOBY. his wife, if mar-
ried II. F. KAUFMAN and
KAUFMAN, his wife, If married,
whose residences are unknown: ana
all unknown persons having or Claim-
ing anv interest In and to the
I.,wing" described real estate.
and Being In Dade County,
"'I!',,", s.ven (7). Eight (8). Nine
,:,,. Ten (10). Eleven mi ami
Twelve (12) of Mock Nine 10) of
! original plat of 1'INEVVOOD
I'VKK a Subdivision recorded in
Dade County. Florida, and re-
(l,.,l i Plat Hook 6. on Fage
42 of the I'ublio Records of Dade
wfiSS?r-M,ffl*4V vis.es. grantee-.
anv Other claimants In. through or
; u-r the said named Defendants
yor, and each ot you. are hen
notified thai a suit has been mg ln
the above Court by BENJAMIN BOh-
K N and ESTHER BOSK IN. MlVft
for the purpose of .mi-ting the t tie
to and confirming ""' ",le "' %
ld Plaintiffs, their granteea and
;;',::,,s,s ... title scribed property. 1 he said
said suit also seek to
STAY WITH THE WINNER
)|, lel'N
l'lalntifts
have 'h
J
ames
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POL. *OV.)
hereby ordered
re-
Id
rirWHsSSKSf!
and In default
a Decree Pro con-
December. 1947,
such appearance
,-fr
of^lam.,"Dade"cmantV. 1Florida, this
20th day of November^ mLMAN_
" Clerk of Circuit Court.
BBAL M c GREEW.
Deputy Clerk.
WAflUAH SILVER & SAKOW1TZ,
Wtton& for Wlntlffg.
- H/-ll.
Do your OWN think-
ing! I do not have a
ring in my nose and
I hope the same is
true with you, t h e
voters. I am an IN-
DEPENDENT candi-
date for the City
Commission, seeking
through YOUR vote
to become YOUR
public servant .
submissive only to
the will of the ma-
jority.
I have made no promises nor pledges to, nor
alliances, intrigues or agreements with any other
candidates, groups, cliques, clans, gamblers, gam-
bling syndicates or public utilities. Do NOT be mis-
led by propaganda to the contrary. Stay with th
winner!
WILLIAM CHARLES
(FAIO POL. ADV.)
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+Jenist tkridtian
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2l
194?
Beach Residents
Accept Posts
Abraham Goodman and Nat H.
Hankoff, prominent Miami Beach
.residents, have accepted key
posts in the $150,000 building
fund campaign of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter. The 2-week drive is sched-
uled to begin December 1.
Goodman, national vice-presi-
dent and treasurer of the Zionist
Organization of America and
owner of Morris Bros. Depart-
ment stores, is to be chairman of
the Initial Gifts Division of the
campaign. Hankoff, Miami Beach
hotel man and owner of the East
Coast Salvage Corp., will head
the Tourist Division of the cam-
paign for an additional $150,000
needed to complete the new
building for the Center.
George J. Talianoff, general^-
chairman of the compaign, an-
nounced that additional commit-
tee appointments will be made
this week.
Over 400 persons attended the
general membership rally at the
Center Monday evening and ap-
proved the various committee
reports concerning construction
of the new synagogue and t h e
drive for additional funds. Alfred
Stone, chairman of the construc-
tion committee, rendered a de-
tailed report on progress being
made in the erection of the struc-
ture. He reported that the foun-
dation had been completed
ABE GOODMAN
Horowitz-Margareten Kosher Food
Products Available in Greater Miami
upply of canned kosher
chicken and soup products has
been made available on the
market by Horowitz-Margaretwi,
makers "f motzoh, motion meal
and noodles.
Included in the list of items
Novel Baby Sitters Project Ready
For B'nai B'rith Members, Friends
been completed and
that the structural steel is ex-
pected to be delivered next week.
Talianoff described the organi-
zational plans for the Building
Fund campaign and appealed for
volunteer workers who are need-
ed as solicitors. Other reports
heard were: Harry Sirkin, treas-
port; Alex Sussman, on
Sunday School; Archie
Buck, se report; Mrs
Ira C Walsey, on the Sisterhood;
and Daniel Broad, on t!
committee. Joseph M. Rose! pres-
tion, wa
the chairman of the evening.
The laying of the coi m si me
for the new building is expected
to taki place December 15th.
Journalism Fraternity To
Have Local Chapter
; lication for an undergrad-
pter (if Signa Del:.
nal professional journalistic
nity, was approved this
at the fraternity's na-
I convention in Wash.:
Request was made by the Fourth
Estate club at the University.
Establishment of the chapter
was sponsored by the Great) i Mi-
ami Professional chapter Dele-
gates of the chapter, W. W. Glenn.
nas Smith and George Coop-
er, and the Fourth Estate club's
representatives. Cliff Hienzel and
Dave Kraslow, attended the con-
vention.
Smith, convention director foT
the City of Miami Beach, ne-
newed the city's invitation for
the 1949 convention. The 1948
meeting will be in Milwaukee.
BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith
Gii Is I ect is now
fully prepared to service B'nai
B'rith members and theii friends
n the Mian i area, accoi dii
R lei Margolis, pre
if the group.
Chairman of the pi t, Miss
Betty Klein, will accept > alls 11 -
. the hou nd '.> p.m.
for baby sitter assignments. A
staff of twenty-one experienced
jirls is prepared to fill the oi
It is that twenty-four
hour: notio ;" given to
Miss Klein on all requt
!(:.!. tx en sel ,,t 50 '
hour unt
ind a half after that time. New
Year's eve charges will bi $1.50
lourly, incri
twelve. Provisions may also be
h ilidaj weekends.
Since all thi chool,
they must be returned to theii
before 11:30 p.m. on week-
lay e\ i i
Part of the proceeds will be
allocated to tlic BZB treasury for
use in community i i vice proj -
ects. Miss Klein lives at 1535 S.W.
IT'.li st. and may be n
2-4008.
Sholem Lodge Drive
Extended to December 1
S i m I. i B'nai B'rith
Irive has been of-
ficially i xtended to December 1.
to announcement by
g, drive chairman,
and President Sam Silver.
Leaders in the drive to date
Fi i dman, Irv-
I Silver. Reports will
be made during the next two
i at the lodge Luncheon
Club meetings, Fridaj noon in
the Downtown Club.
B'nai B'rith State Officer
Addresses Gables Lodge
Milton A. Friedman, vice-
pi esident of the B'nai B'rith State
Federation and Youth Chairman
of the Stab' of Florida, will be
pi n, pal speaker for Coral Gables
Lodge Tuesday, December 2, at
Ilillcl House. He will direct a
youth program featuring mem.
bers of the AZA and B'nai B'rith
girls' groups in an oratorical eon-
test.
Participants in the contest in-
clude Rosalee Margolis, BZB
Chapter; Beryle Axlrod, DBG:
Bernard Date, No 322 AZA; and
m Smith. Royal Palm Chap-
te AZA They are to give a six
minute address on the subject.
Will the Jewish Youth of Today
Carrj Forward Our Jewish Trad-
K,n' chicken
'"""I. boned
matzo
s '"P Jnd rice
are chicken a la
fricassee, chicken
chicken, chicken |
ball soup, noodle
soup.
Horowlte-Margareten recently
opened a large canning pUt on
Long Island where recipes are
tested and prepared underprop
Kosher conditions Products of
the firm are distributed locally
through National Brands and are
sold in local groceries, delicate.
ma11.
sens and food
>ur minutes
jtions?" Pollowinj cussioB
this subject, the s, ,,, ^
assigned a completely new sub-
ject on which to deliver extem-
poraneous talks for fi
each.
Friedman will speak on the
programs undertaker, and accom-
plished by the B'nai B'rith vouth
organizations; and introduce
Howard Liebman. new director
of B'nai B'rith youth work for
the state of Floi id who has
'"ently set up headquarters in
Miami.
The 8 p.m. meetng wiU take
place at 33()li Ponci dc Leon Blvd.
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Nettleton's Present High
Score Football Trophy
Harry Auslander, of thi Nettli
hoe store, has donati d a
gleaming trophy to be pr< ent
to the high scoring Hurricane at
the end of the 1947 University ol
Miami football season.
The two-foot trophy, bearing a
figure of a football player, cur-
rently is on display in the shop's
window on Lincoln id. It will be
nted to the high scorei tor
the annual Hurricane banquet at
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KASHRUTH BULLETIN
The Miami Beach Beth
Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
publishes this most recent list of kosher butcher shops and poultry markets
under its supervision. These are the only shops at present being supervised
by the Vaad Hakashruth. We guarantee the kashruth ol the meat and poultry
in the following 17 stores and 3 markets only!
Look for the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Poster!
Insist on the B.J.C. "Kosher Rings" on All Poultry
Your Guarantees of Kashruth for the Past 8 Years
WhTt Mae'' J6" Ka8S......................................................8* Washington Ave.
Whi e Rose Meat Market. Morris Heller................................87 Washington Ave.
SS m\, IT MOTkCt' Berman BrOS...............................87 Washington Ave.
ZZl ti' ^ Wldei..................................................................204 First St.
Gutbltn % ?kt *?* Uvin....................................................237 Collins Ave.
Gunman n Kosher Market. Mendelson & Nadler..........................325 Collins Ave.
Guttmar, Poultry Market. Guttman and Lapof..............................325 Collins Ave.
Merhn Market Max Schwartz................................................,.......320 Collins Ave.
National I? r Z Marke'' ElgiSOn Bros.......................................320 Collins Ave.
National Kosher Market. Max Daum................ 424 Collins Ave.
whttLt, ^&Shmarqon................1323Washin*onAve-
^c?Fooa n?' MarkJ' ^ Whitman......................1324 Washington Ave.
Penn Wa Market'H Po<*..................................1421 Washington Ave.
renn way Market. Herman Goldberaer ilia d Ave
Drexe- Market. Rudinsky & Goldberg9 .....................................1447 Dre-1 Ave
Community Food Center. Jerry Deutch.........IZIZZZZ^liZ
r,- For Kashh Information
np m *?CS?S MESCHELOFF. executive director
DR. M. J. SAFRA. MR. J. MELTZER. Co-Chairmen
RTIY IfOQUrD. 3U Wa8^mg1on Ave- Miami Beach. Ha.
BUY KOSHER! KEEP THIS LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE


RIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947
tJewUlhirhridifor)
PAGE ELEVEN
>uigg Leads in
Commission Race
I Police Chief H. Leslie Quigg
J, group of six candidates who
r^ their W Tuesday into next
fck's runof. tor three city com-
mission Beat*
Surprise
of the primary was
;S L ** 29-year-old ex-
fcft^ *>*** up i3;673
Lies Floyd an unknown before
Cracemo'.v politics, trailed by
"onlv 229 voles.
Next in order were:
. wiUlam W Charles ex-ass.st-
lant city attorney, 12,874.
James A. Dunn, seeking re-
lelection 10.262.
Fred W. Hosea, seeking re-elec-
Ition, 9,960.
Dr. Ralph D. Ferguson, former
Icommission.'r. 8,565.
Total vote cast was 34,644, a
Irecurd high 'or a city Primary
land 7,469 above the previous high
[of 27,175 in 1941.
The six nun will have a brief
I week's campaigning before the
Irunoff next Tuesday in which the
Itwo high men will win four-year
[terms ami the third high candi-
date a two-year term.
Junior Hadassah Invites
|Masada for Celebration
Qreatei Miami Unit of Junior
I Hadassah invited members of
iMasada to Temple Beth Sholom
(last night to help them celebrate
I the 27th anniversary of their
founding. The group is part of
I twenty-thousand national mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah marking
I the event tiiis month.
Festivities included a candle-
light ceremony and cutting of the
birthday cake. A skit was pre-
pared by Misses Beverly Raphael
and Carolyn Shultz, depicting a
review of the organization's work.
Charles Kit(field addressed the
group uii the recent happenings
in Palestine and Miss Sonia Zais
led the choir in Palestinian folk
songs.
Misses Anita Kessler and Paula
Lach were m charge of refresh-
ments and Miss Trudi Lach, pub-
licity.
Obituaries
FLORA GINSBURG
or Dorchesti r, Mai mothei i.l
Joseph <' Cravltl ,,r Miami died ol
pneumonia October 29. Hurvlvlnii her
besides Cravltt, are her himliaiul
Uorrla Qlnsburg, a son. Alberl and
a daughter, Mra, B irah Uel n .-.
u-ea were held al Btanetn i
I !hapel in I lorohesl .-i. ictobi
e e
MORRIS E. GIMBEL
Age 76. father of Buelnew Manager
Herbert s. Qlmbel c,i the Mlam Bi i
Bun-atar, passed away No\ .; after
a lengthy Illness. Burvlving, i>ei(ie
bin son are his wife, Georgia, anothei
son, Milton r,r Kans.is City, Mo- -.,
grandson, Milton, Jr ..f (ft, Uiulp n
sister. MIsh TUlye Qlmbel, of i>
and two brothers, Alberl
Funeral service! ".....nducted I..
Rabbi Colmon A Zwltman in the
Nicely Funeral Home, M
November 7
e
LEW E. POLLACK
Age ra. of 191 N. \: 77th Hi died
suddenly in the Elk's Lodge club
II-.ins. He came to Miami from New
York S years ago. II.. was a dl
and active member of the Mule River
Youth Center, also a mentbm ol thi
Freeport Elk a Lodge Numhei 1253
and the Malmonldea Ben.....>nl Bo-
cieiy of New York CltJ He is iiurvlved
by wife (Catherine, om Bon, Melville
1. and ..... I.i .1 hei. Isaai. Imth "I
New York City. Funeral servi.....
conducted in the Calmer Kuneral
Chapel. Miami Elk's lodge memliers
acted as pallbearers and eonduelijd the
final servles In Woodlawn I'urk Mnuao.
lelllll
Veteran Officials Speak
To Jewish War Vets
N irman Bruce Brown post No.
I the Jewish War Veterans
II n eel al the Elks lodge, N.E.
e and Flagler st., Monday
ng at 8 o'clock.
Guest speakers for the meeting
Will be officials from the Florida
Vi terans Administration. The
. honor guard will be pre-
sented at this time.
public has been invited to
attend the meeting.
University Symphony Presents Ricci
MERTON M. STEIN
. A*"* ;' '' -...... S.W, Mill A v.- .....,|
Nov. in m New Orleans He is mir
.,..11. 1 :. ......
e e
SAMUEL PRENSKY
Age .",.">. A retired hotel
New York City, of S12 16th M died
at Coral Qablea veterans hospital fol-
lowing a brief lllnesH ll- came here IH
years ago. Sun vlng b i his wife,
BSthel, seven brothers and four sisters,
none of Miami Beaeh Servlre wen
held al Riverside Memorial ehapel
with Rabbi t'olman \ Zwltman of-
ficiating. The bod) waa sent In Vew
York for Interment,
Dave Hendricks, councilman
of Cora'. Gables, installed new
officers of the Gables Jewish
Cenler November 3. Eli Hur-
wili is president; Sidney Lew-
is, vice president; Sidney Rich-
man, treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy
Lieberman, corresponding sec-
retary, and Edith Glickstein,
recordir. g secretary.
ALBERT MILLMAN
Age 19, a formel resident of New
York City, of 2901 Sheridan ave., died
III ll local hospital. He is survived b)
his wife, Ann: two daughters, Loin
and Judy; a sister, Mra Kate This.
of Miami Beach, and two brothers,
both of New York. Bervlcea were held
at Riverside. Memorial funeral home.
Intel mant la at Mt Nebo i mi
e e
MOE SILVERMAN
nf 504 Euclid ave., died al Ins
home lasi week. He is survived hy his
wife, Sarah, a daughter, Mrs, ll
Oulkls, of Miami Beach, and
Arthur, with the armed forces, Funeral
Bervlcea were held al Riverside Me-
morial funeral home Wednesday. In-
terment in at Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
e
MELVIN SINGER
Mortal remains have been ri I
to New York i'iiy from ov.
Bervlcea were held lasi Bundaj in
Riverside, N. V His parents, Mr ana
Mrs. Jack Singer, reside here at^ -
hi e they
was a BtU-
of .Miami,
,. trans-
where. In heavj
I,Is life foi hla
waa conducted by Dade
i "omits luard .!' Honor of the Amer-
i. an Legion, Interment followed In
Mould Nebo remetei j.
e
LAZARUS BARNETT
ge :.',. of 1629 s. W. 2nd si., passed
i Nov. 7. Burvlved by his wife,
Mrs Prances Barnett; l' sons, Ray-
mond and Lawrence, both of New
Fork; l daughter, Mrs Lydia Cohen
,i Xe York. Bervlcea were held In
ili.- ehapel of Gordon funeral hoiue.
Interment in Ml Nebo cemetery,
e
JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
Vge .".7, of in \. W SOth -i passed
awaj ai his home lasi week, Resident
6 years, coming from New York
t*lt> und waa i member of Int. LadleB
,i Workers Assn., local No. 329.
Mr leaves Ins wife, Mis Dora Gold-
stein; 2 sons, Arthur and Gerald; l
ter, I., n....., all of Miami. Berv-
i, ea wi re held In the chapel of Gordon
Eunernl home Monday at noon, Inter-
ment in Mi. Nebo cemetery,
e e
MRS. CELIA GOLDEN
Age 69, al Miami Beach, died No-
vember 9. Funeral services were per
.. mi .1 uj k,,1,1,1 Colman A, Zwltman
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Novem-
ber loth. Survivals are the husband,
Abraham; one daughter, Lenpre
Strauaa, Detroit; two sisters, Mrs.
S, heiliel, of New York, and Mrs.
Kondy, of Cleveland. Interment took
place In Cleveland.

Ruggicro Ricci, brilliant young violinist, who will aopear with
the University of Miami Symphony orchestra this Sunday and
Monday. Modesto Alloo conducting.
First attracting musical attention at the age of eight, Ricci
played the Mendelssohn Concerto in San Francisco and then
New York, Chicago, Carnegie Hall. Minneapolis, and Cincinnati
during the same season. He toured Europe when only 12, and
now at the age of 27. has played in London with Sir Hamilton
Hardy; in Paris under Paul Paray; in Budapest under Dohnanyi;
in Rome with Bernardino Molinari, and in Prague under George
Szell.
A veteran of the Army Air Corps, Ricci returned to the New
York Concert stage in November, 1946, playing an unaccom-
panied recital ai Town Hall. Today his radio audience includes
Canada and Latin America, as well as the entire country.
The guest artist will play the Concerto No. 1 in D Major by
Nicolo Paganini-Wilhemj in the auditorium of Miami Senior
High school, for the second in a series of eight concerts given by
the University symphony. Sunday's concert begins at 4'30 p.m.;
Monday's at 8:30 p.m.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 31]
U.N. Establishes
Date Jewish State
(Continued From Page 4)
of the two independent states.
The Commission shall be guided
in its activities by the recom-
mendations of the General As-
sembly and by such instructions
as the Security Council may con-
sider necessary to issue
Britain Must Maintain Order Be-
fore Termination of Mandate
During the period between the
adoption of the recommendations
on the question of Palestine by
the Assembly and the termination
of the Mandate, the Mandatory
Power in Palestine shall maintain
order and direct the main public
services, to the extent that these
have not yet been placed fully or
partly under the direction of tho
Commission and the Provisional
Councils and the Joint Economic
Board. The Commission shall as-
sist the Mandatory in the carry-
ing out of this function. Similar-
ly, the Mandatory shall cooperate
with the Commission in the exe-
cution of this function.
Local governments are to be
established by the Provisional
Councils following their forma-
tion and under the supervision of
the U.N. Commission.
The implementation group also
decided to recommend freedom of
transit and visit to all residents
and citizens of the other Pales-
tinian state subject to considera-
tions of national security, pro-
vided that each state shall con-
trol residents within its border.
SOS Calls For Manpower
An appeal for manpower to assist as truck driv
OUM men, for "S n*~ XI-------v
. O. S. Day," November 30thVehShh>^
cast by Charles R. Jacobson, Chairman of the "S b c n br*i-
power Committee. Approximately 200 men willIk? ay" >m3
S. O. S. Day" to drive trucks which will pi^ ', .i"^ on
foodstuff! for overseas survivors. A letter of annealh ot,hm8 aitf
to the Presidents of most Jewish service organizations in S.Wn *
Miami area. Young men s groups are also invited to J,-- Breater
volunteers are urged to call 3-6306 or Obbic Rosen.hVi '.Clpale. All
ish War eVterar.s at 4-7912 (evenings). nUlal of the j!
ish War Veterans at 4-7912 (evenings).
A meeting has been called for all volunteers nn u
Saturday. 7 p.m. sharp, at Beth David Congregation iA* 29th
Ave., at which time all men will be briefed on truck A '^
ing and driver-helper pairings. Assignments will I p' ""*!
ouse workers at the Navy Hangar at Dinner Kpv made I
Volunteers with drivers' licenses are esner-iallv !".. ,
four hours of their time "S. O. S. Day." especial'y "rged to 8, !
Mrs Samuel Lipton who will
be hostess t" the membership tea
of Miami Beach group of Hadassah
his Tuesday (See story page 3 i
Dr. Milton L. Weinkle wh i re-
centl) opened his office foi the
.,: actice of denistry in the Mer-
cantile Bank Building, Lincoln
!'.,. 3 i
Abe Pepper Weds
Clara Shapiro Monday
Mrs. Clara Blum Shapiro, o'
Spartanburg and Greenville.
North Carolina, became the bride
of Mr. A. Pepper, of this city, on
Monday. The ceremony took
place at the home of Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer,
The bride was active in wom-
en's groups in Carolina and served
as an officer of Hadassah Mr
Pepper is a pioneer resident of
this city. He was one of the or-
ganizers of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation and
served for many years as pres'-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cemetery Association
Following a honeymoon trip to
Havana, the couple will mak*
their home at 507 S. W. 19th ave
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Europe's Jews, who face the
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upon all SOS Committees to rush
their collections without delay
Mrs. Gilman emphasized the fact
that the present stringent cash
n of the JDC. major Amer-
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seas, has compelled
is cuts in the JDC ovei si as
winter relief program. Contrib-
uted relief supplies to sos. sh<
irgently needed t<
tntold suffering in Europe
A pr ijecl : the JDC. SOS is
he central relief-in-
kind agency for 16 national Jew-
sh women's organizations and
Lips. SOS supplies sup-
plement the purchases of the
JDC for its overseas relief and
ire made possible by the United
Jewish Appeal.
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
Holds Chamber Party
A combination Chanukah and
package party to be held l)i
ber 10 was planned by the Sister-
I of Beth Tfilah at their last
meeting. Acting president Mrs.
Rachael Katz appointed Mrs
Israel Diamond, chairman nl re-
freshments.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky was
nvited to address the group at
'heir next meeting. November 28
at 8 p.m.
New members announced by
Secretary R. Lustig included Mrs
Jacob DcKoven. Mrs. Ida Andron.
Mrs. Fannie Abrams. Mrs. Harry
Friedman, Mrs. M. Schneider.
ROBERT L. FLOYD
CANDIDATE FOR
CITY COMMISSIONER
Sincerely thanks those who supported and voted for him
in Tuesday's primary election and solicits the support and
vote of both new and old friends in the general election
next Tuesday.
Floyd Stands For
Giving the City Manager form of
government a chance to prove its
worthiness.
Elimination of internal strife and
cliques in our city government.
A sound budgeting system to enable
the taxpayers to trace the spending of
his tax dollar.
The City-County Consolidation Pro-
gram to increase governmental opera,
tion.
Reduction of juvenile delinquency by
establishment of evening recreation
centers for 'teen-agers.
An Immediate program of streets, sidewalks and sewers.
'It is incumbent on every good citizen to
do his part and vote.".Robert L. Floyd
,_.______------------------------------_______AID POLITICAL ADVCRTIB CM INT
Miss Carlebach Joins
Beach Center Staff
Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity Center has announced t h <
recent addition of Miss Esther
to their Sunday
school staff. She will head th*
primary division (kll
to Grade 31 and teach the kin-
dergarten class.
Miss Carlebach graduate
of Montessori Collegi in London
and has taken courses in Jewish
Education at Jews' College, Lon
don. She was :n charge of a war-
time nursery in Cambridge, Eng-
land, and has taught at a con-
gregation in Detroit. At present,
Miss Carlebach is in charge ol
the primary division at the He-
brew Academy on Miami Beach.
New activities reported oh the
Center school agenda include a
Sunday school student council,
Wednesday afternoon singing
group for children under the di-
rection of Cantor Jacob Gold-
ring and Joseph Sohreibman; a
janior dramatic program WOJ k-
ii.g on a Cha-.ukah play with
Mrs. Arlene Kay; and a seventh
grade interpretative art project
conducted by Mrs. Hide, Zucker-
man.
Dr. Selinsky Speaker At
Congress 'Friday Series'
Sec md :-.. ting of the "Friday
given by the Mil
Women'.- Division of Amei
Jewish Congress will be held
tiie Mi,,::.; Beach Jewish Com-
munity Cent) : N 'vi mber 2H .it
1:30 p.m.
I. Herman Selinsky will high-
lighl the afternoon's cultural pro-
H is top,,- is -The Psychon-
analyst's View of Anti-Semitism."
Mrs. Benjamin Fold, educa-
tional chairman, is in charge of
arrangements.
Final arrangements have
been made for the buffet sup
per and card parly of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Ju
nior Congregation Sunday at
6 p.m.. it was announced by
Mrs. Louis August, chairman
of the affair. H will take placv
"i the Rumpus Room of fhe
Congregation building, 1101
S. W. 12th Ave.
Since January 1, 1947, the Jomt
Distribution Committee has
brought help to more than one
out of two Jews in En:
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Hotels & Apartments
Rugs Carpets
Linoleum
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B'nai B'rith Women To
Hear Mrs. Laufman
Mrs. Arthur Laufman. National
B'nai B'rith Director of women's
activities, will be guest of honor
at a joint meeting of Miami, Mi-
ami Beach, and Coral Gables
Women's Chapters of B'nai B'rith
in Monday. The meeting is sched-
uled for 1:30 p.m. at the Atlantis
Hotel roof. 2655 Collins ave.
The affair has been planned by
the women's groups in order to
welcome the newly organized
Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai
B'rith into the order.
A musical program follows
Mrs. Laufman's address and tp-
hments will be served. Com-
mittee in charge of the affair in-
cludes Mrs. Max Katz. Mrs. Irv-
ng Becker. Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
and Mrs. Sam'Miller.
Unveiling
Unveiling of a monumenttou,
memory of the late Abraham
Pont, uncle of Harold Pont of
the Rosedale Delicatessen, ,|fl
take place this Sunday at 1 pJa
at Woodlawn Cemetery. R,bbl
Max Shapiro will officiate. Ar-
rangements nre in charge of Hit
ry Gordon, of the Gordon Mono-
ment Compary.
Sidney Segall, Miami attor-
ney, has been named co-chair-
man of the Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. project to select
the "Citizen of 1947," it was
announced this week by
Charles R. Jacobson. executive
secretary of the B'nai B'rith
Council.
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QUIGG
THANKS SUPPORTERS
My sincere thanks to you for your loyalty and
support. You gave me the highest vote any
candidate for Miami City Commissioner ever
received in the Primary. I am, and will con-
tinue to be. your independent candidate, not
dominated or controlled by any political fac-
tion, group, or newspaper. I will gladly serve
with any of the present candidates you
select
as your Commissioners along with the presen
incumbents. .
Greater effort will be made to attempt to defea
me now. and much false propaganda will
used for that purpose to endeavor to elect
newspaper slate of candidates, but with TJJJ
continued loyal help. aid. and support. a
confident that I will again lead the ticket ne
Tuesday. November 25th. ,
Therefore, please go to the polls next Tuesday
and take your friends and relatives with y '
and vote for H. LESLIE QUIGG. your indepen
ent candidate for Miami City Commissioner.
Sincerely.
H. LESLIE QUIGG.
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EMBER 21, 1947
* Jew's! Ikridiair)
PAGE THmffiEM
Irtoenw Forum
Tange.m nts were completed
Teek tor the opening on I
M of Town
I'nai It i ill, ConncU of Greater Miami
Hall
I,, presented in the
The join'
Van
his
uesday
KW'- with Pierre Van
initial speaker.
uittee in charge,
itine the Men's Clubs of
ff iel and the White
Ke prated a last minute
KshfortHK.- by men and worn-
anxious Hk advantage of
bea^cial season rate for the
.great talks.
, Paassen. one of the world's
,uthorities on the Palestine prob-
Will discuss "The Internal
iituation m Palestine." So trem-
Lndous is his mterest in these
Lblems ciur.ng the present
hectic conditions, that he has in-
sisted on filling his Miami speak-
engagement despite the ad-
vice of his : : vsician.
Mr. Van Paassen is in poor
health and has requested that we
Eliminate all social obligations for
him," explained Herman A. Em-
ir general chairman of the ar-
rangement- ommittee. "He will
Lrrive in Miami late Tuesday
afternoon and will leave on Wed-
nesday. Before his address he
Kill be the guest at a small, in-
formal dinnri to be given in his
(honor, and will retire to his room
[in the Everglades hotel immedi-
lately after the Forum session."
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president
\ot the University of Miami, will
de at tin.1 initial Forum meet-
ling.
Selection of Van Paassen as
Ithe first of the four Forum speak-
ers is considered as unusually
[fortunate for a program that re-
presents interfaith cooperation.
[The speaker is international in
[his outlook and has exceptionally
[wide grasp of religious problems,"
[Binder stand "Born in Holland,
[Van Paassen also has lived in
[Canada and in the United States.
[At present he is a resident of
IBronxville, N. Y. His interest in
[Jewish affairs has taken him to
iPalestinc mi -even different jour-
Ineys, where he has made friends
I with Jews and Arabs alike. Re-
Icently he was ordained a Uni-
|tarian minister.
In addition to Van Paassen,
IForum speakers will be John
[Temple Graves, II, on Dec. 9;
[Harold J. Kennedy on Dec. 29,
[and Dorothy Thompson on Feb.
126
Season tickets may be obtained
[at Temple Israel and White Tem-
ple offices through Tuesday and
[will be sold that night at the
[entrance to the White Temple
|auditoriuin,
Pictured are members of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami who met to plan the
Ways and Means program for the coming years. Seated (left to right), Mrs. Tena Kalz. Mrs. Jean
Silverman, Miami Women; Mrs. J. Harris. S. Schulefand and Mrs. Lieberman, Coral Gables
Women; Dolly Fishbein, Pat Curtice, B. B. Youth Council; Gloria Farkas Landau Chapter.
Second row, standing (left to right): Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, Rose Chapter; Mrs. Norman Gil-
ler, Emma Lazarus Chapter; Dr. Leonard Glickstein, Coral Gables Lodge; Milton Friedman, Sho-
lem Lodge; Mrs. Harold Turk, Beach Women; Mrs. D. Harris. Beach Women; E. Albert Pallol.
Sholem Lodge; Mrs. Harry Gordon. Miami Wom\n; Johnnie Pancoe, Landau B. B. Y. W.
Back row (left to right): C. R. Jacobson, Executive Secretary, B. B. Council; Howard Lieb-
man. Florida State Youth Director; Harold Turk. President B. B. Council; Isaac Levin. Past
District President; Lou Heiman. District President; Walter Kovner, Miami Beach Lodge; Sam
Silver. Sholem Lodge. Not shown are: Sidney Black. Coral Gables; Mrs. Harry Kaufman. M. B.
Women; Shirley CoUegeman, President, Clara Landau; and Arthur Bololin. Youth Council. _____
N. H. I. C. Plans
Afternoon of Games
An afternoon of games has been
planned for the National Home
of Jewish Children at Denver,
Miami chapter, by chairmen oi
ISoHi ll- Mr. Nat Roth was honored i
last week at the fall showing of '
the Florida Fashion Mart by be-
ing selected to serve the organi-
zation as its president for the
tenth consecutive year. Mr. Roth
was instrumental in the organi-
Book Display Monday
Commemorating Jewish Book
Month, Miami Beach chapter of
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress is having
Isaac Toubin, assistant executive
Members of .111A
To Meet At Home
Miami Ladies auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold their annual membership
tea Sunday at the home to ac-
quaint members with the opera-
tions of the Home and its resi-
dents. The tea is schedule lor
2 p.m. at 335 S. W. 12th AveV
Kabbi Max Snaplro is to be
principal speaker for the pro-
gram. Master of Ceremonies Har-
old Shapiro will also introduce
Judge Harold B. Spaet, presi-
dent of the Home; Mrs. Samuel
Beck, president of the auxiliary;
Mrs. I s i d o r Cohen, honorary
president; Leo Allen, executive
director; and Dr. David Andrew.
Mrs. Louis Brown will deliver
the invocation.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
sing and Hilda Fleenr, 8?year-
old dancer, will give several tap
numbers, accompanied by David
Rostroff.
,\i i, nm> m.ni committee Ih com-
posed of Mm. IslUor Cohen, Mm. Ce-
cil Kas.iv, Mrs. Sam Kovner, Mm.
.Sidney Uoeninger, Mrs. Morris Bear,
Mrs. Ben Kandall. Mm. Sam Geltner.
Mm. IuIm Brown, Mm. Isidor UanT-
ner, Mrs. Nat Katz, and Mm. Joseph
KosL-nlhal.
Kt-freshments are under the charge
f Mis Sam Shargaa, Mrs. Nat Katz,
Mrs. Dave Singer. Mrs. William Cletn.
Mrs. Joseph Kosenthal, Mm. Marian
School', Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Max
Daum, Mrs. Irving Hlrsch, and Mrs.
Harry Klein.
krrriving committee includes Mrs.
Harry Ollphant, Mrs. Ben Kandall,
Mrs. Joel Zalls, Mrs. Joseph Fine,
Mrs. Sam Shargaa, Mrs. Sam Geltner,
Mis. Ceclle Kasov. Mis. Dora l.leber-
man. Mis. Isidore Kine, Mrs. Sadie
Minowitz, .Mrs. Isidor Uingner, Mrs.
David I'oltash and Mrs. Harold Sl-
monoff.
Mrs. Sidney Boenlnge, Mm. Sam
Covner and Mrs. Nat Katz are to *>
ni,v, anri Mi-ans Mrs Irvine was instrumental in me u.e-|-------------- .
Becker and Mrs 'irvmg Er>tin "f the e'UP' comprising j secretary of AJC. for the.r regu-
lar meeting Monday. The gath-
ering takes place in the Robert
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today in the Atlantis hotel. 1:301......
p.m.
Highlight of the affair will be
the sale of home-made pies and
cakes, proceeds to go for the
N.H.J.C.
Transportation has recently
been arranged by the chapter to
send two new cases from this
area to the home in Denver.
The public has been invited to
this afternoon's social and mem-!
bers are urged by Mrs. Norman
Moran to bring their ads for the
Journal Ad book.
More than 85 per cent of the
Jews in Poland now are in need
of dental care, according to a sur-
vey recently undertaken by the
Joint Distribution Committee.
session will start at 8:15. Indivi-
dual tickets for just the Van
Paassen address will be available
where the Forum at the auditorium Tuesday night.
Richter hotel at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Bert Feld, chairman of
I arrangements, will have books on
display for sale.
Business & Professional
Women's Division Chapters ol
Hadassah will hold their next
cultural meeting Monday aw-
ing, at 8:30 p.m.. at the Y.M.
& Y.W.H.A.
Mrs. Harvey Brock, cultural
chairman, announced that Mil-
ton Malakoff, publicity direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation would be the
guest speaker.

Nat Roth

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Traditional Friday Night Dinner
manufacturers' representati v e s
throughout the state. Other of-
ficers serving are Perry Radin,
treasurer, Elmer Warren, secre-
tarv, and Mannie Sheldon, Mur-
ray Marks and Is Abrams, on his
board.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee provides supplementary aid
tor more than half of the 56,300
Jews in Italy. ___
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ,
An Epic Of Jewish Pain And Glory
. ,__ j .,r........ariia told me
This is one of n scrir.s- of rWieiM 0,1 book* of Jewish ''"'"'''"
that iS SSSr ss >>> "" ,r""s" F",r,";,::;,;;,lr
S?tf ober5anc of JeWh Book: Month, ^ *??2a3
fhe Bt.rfi.i of Jewiah Education and the Mtam and MMmiBwuM
Y M H. A'. Thfc and other books "> be "'''"' .,XZ-
for sale or rental at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucatioJi.
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
In the past year, a great many books were written by
Jewish authors who used their Jewish background in their work.
An appreciable number oi these books, fiction and non-fiction,
have received wide public and critical acclaim. Some have at-
tained tremendous sales. Mention can be made of Laura Z.
Hobson's "Gentlemen's Agreement." which deals with Anti-
Semitism in America; Jo Sin-*S ,..,...
clair's "Wasteland" and Arthur the proto-tyr^ of the Palestinian
Miller's "Focus" both dealing with "youth prefaces the exciting cnap-
thc effect of Jew-hating in ters on the Parachutist! from
America and Arthur Koestler's
novel on Palestine. "Thieves in
the Night." These and others of
last year's output, may not be
considered scintilating mastei
pieces, but they are written in a
fine popular style, possibly with
an eye for movie adaptation. As
these books present the J< w and
his problems sympathically. and
reach and influence millions of
non-Jews, they should be read
and appreciated.
An outstanding < ,f the
creative activity of thi J
spirit is Mario Syrkin's "Bless. I
is the Match" (A. A Kn
Y.). Hundreds of b bet n
written on the unrivalled Ji
tragedy and the equally un-
rivalled Jewish heroism of the
Nazi decade. Miss Syrk.
is written with great arl I c
talent and is based on pi
contacts with survivors in Europe
and Pali
tutes an indispensabli hist i
document and e]
glory of our people.
The title of the book I
from a poem written in Hi
by Hanna Seni
she was executed
"Blessed is the match that i
sumed in kindling flame.
ed is the flame that I
in the istness of the
hi art.
Blessed is the heart with strength
to st.,p its beating for h
sake.
ed is the mutch that il
sumed in kindling flame"
The poem was apparently ren- -, -. _- iiu 1 .'*>. <
dered into English by Miss Syrkin *-' AjMS. <
who is a well-known translat
tine. Their mission, bold at-
I to reach behind the lines
of the enemy and the survival of
some and doom of others are
graphically described The ex-
. of the legendary Enzo
Sereni receives a fleeting glimpse
in the exp isitory chapter "What
Did They Achieve?"
The Parachutists leapt
the sky into Nazi-held Europi to
! scover what can be done to
help the Jews who were being
ally murdered at an
ever increasing tempo. They came
in contact with the Jewish under-
The latter were less
but they too had
their share of drama and lie:
Five i :
the underground activi-
. scue and resistance in
lit countries.
author is now prepared to
agic stories of the
. ti s the ghetto battles and
:i the concenti
Miss Sj rkin explains why
i the book with the
parachutists instead of following
,i chronological older; in
ground movement, partisans, ma-
hetl revoll I with
,ne parachutists from Palestine.
Miss Syrkin admits that she
tl e reader's reluctance to
ghetto gates. It is too
to behold the spectable
'.huh unfold.- as soon as one
ft the curtain. But the
its, says Miss
Svrkin who jumped from the
skies and afterwards told me
their stories in the settlements of
Palestine, towards them and
,|ui, [0St comrades, one could
indulge in the luxury of admira-
tion. From them one could pre
sume to take the resolution with-
out which it is impossible to entei
the charnel-house of European
Jewry. "The vitality of their ad-
venture even when it ended in
death, helped me to approach the
ashes of six million human be-
ings."
The story of the ghetto battle
is based upon authentic sources
,nd is told masterfully. The au-
thor begins with answering the
ft asked questions; why did the
jews of Fin ope begin to resist
so late? Why did the Warsaw
ghetto fight back only when a
mere 30,000 were left over and a
half a million had been mas-
I? Why was there an up-
rising in Treblinka when only a
tew hundred were left? Miss
Syrkin's explanation is compre-
hensive. She shows up the Nazi
careful preparations, their adroit-
ly planned psychological attack
against the hopelessness and hope
of the Jews si egated within
the walls of the different ghettos
A long educational campaign had
to be ed on before actual
. : ation for thi upi isings in
camps and the ghettos took place.
Miss Syrkin in her inimitable
way precedes her chapters on thi
saga of tl tl hetto, with
a description of the Jewish strug-
gle of the hich began on
the first day of thi p i utions
a ci us effort to over-
come the calculated degradations
01 the Nazis.
The author traces carefully the
Jewish organized efforts to fight
hach in the chapters: "The Jew-
ish Partisans in Easter and West-
ern Europe." These were men and
women whose deeds are fast be-
coming legends.
Miss Syrkin. now, returns to
the parachutists with whom the
book begins. For they came back.
Within a year after the execution
of Hanna Senesch and Enzo Se-
reni two ships named after them
arrived at the shores of Palestine
carrying Jews without certifi-
It was still the youth of
Palestine which made its way
into the European Charnel-house
and bore the survivors back into
the air of life. It is these inspired
youth who are the backbone of
the Jewish resistance in Pales-
tine.
Any discussion of Jewish re-
sistance must include the Hag-
anah. Miss Syrkin has observed
their activities and its leading
men at first hand. Her chapters
on the Haganah is written with
deep understanding and admira-
tion.
The book is concluded with a
note of hope in a short symbolic
chapter -The Seventh City.
"Blessed is the Match" is a
good book, a book to remember.
It is admirable both for its fine
Probus Club Selects
Nautical Officers
At the annual meeting J
Probus club held ,t th I
house aboard the Probus'B,*l
November 6. it was decide^
return the dul, t0 itsf^l
lr(ragvrh of Cape *1
from which position it wasd^|
en by recent storms. Currell
it has been moored adjant!
the former Pan-American Jjl
nal at Dinner Key. **]
Officers named for the J
were: Dr. Albert E R01(*I
Commodore (.mmedtafcS
president); Harry Bovell I
(president); W. D S/H
mander (first vice fiJI
Leonard A. Wien. Lieu fi
mander (second vice niwiuuS"
William Crone, pSeTSg
er); Hy Kaplan, Chief Y2
(secretary) and Leo Crate!
Chief Petty Officer (nuSSI
Open house is held bv ft. I
group every Friday night'
the University of Miami footbeflf
game.
iterary sty], and for its suprtl
portrayal of ihe Jewish mam
dom and heroism. It should beI
must reading for Jews as well J
non-Jewish for a thorough un.1
Ip stmdinc of a contemporary
epic in Jewish history.
r
of verse. She admits that the
Hebrew original has a beauty
which is lost in literal transla-
tion.
The poem expresses the spirit
of self-sacrifice of the I
youth. A youth wh
to be consumed
been in the h
might live.
The life story of Hanna Senesch t
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ntlDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
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PAGE FIFTEEN
JULIUS ROSENWALD
r^~i k, NORMAN .r.d SOI NOOf I
M b, RHODA B SIMON
%l StARS.ROfBUCK CATAWMf
5 BASIC READING FOR (MR 40
MIUION PEOPLE. THE MAH
LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS
AMAZIH6 SUCCESS WAS
BORN IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, IN
I86E. JULIUS ENTERED THE MER-
CHANDISING FltLD EARLY IN HIS
CAREIR.W 1890, HE HAD ESTAB-
LISHED A WELL-KNOWN CLOTHING
FIRM IN CHICAGO. |
5 I I '>-' O
THt COMPANY UPANDED TRtMENOOUSlY AND
ROSENWALD FOUND HIMSELF A VERY WEALTHY MAN.
KNOWN TO HAVE DONATED OVER$70,000,000 TO
CHARITIES BY THE TIME HE DIED,ROSENWALD
AIDED SUCH WORTHY PROJECTS AS THE ASSOCI-
ATED JEWISH CHARITIES OF CHICAGO, CINCINNATI'S
HEBREW UNION C0LLE6E.AND AN EXPERIMENTAL
AGRICULTURAL UNIT M PALESTINE. HE WAS ALSO
ACTIVE IN THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE-
FIVE YEARS LATER, AS THE RESULT OF
A SALE OF 10,000 SUITS TO SEARS,
ROEBUCK CO., ROSENWALD BOUGHT AN
INTEREST IN THE SMALL CONCERN,
AND BECAME ITS VICE-PRESIDENT/
HIS GREAT INTEREST IN JEWISH REHABILITATION LED
HIM TO BECOME THE BIGGEST INDIVIDUAL CONTRIB-
UTOR TO THE LARGE-SCALE COLONIZATION OF
JEWS IN THE UKRAINE AND CRIMEA,ORGANIZED
BY THE AGRO-JOINT, All AFFILIATE OF THE JOINT
DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE.
IN 1917 ROSENWALD PLEDGED TO GIVE IOT. OF EVERY
MILLION DOLLARS RAISED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
FOR JEWISH WAR RELIEF/ IN 1925 HE CONTRIBUTED
11 000,000 TO THE UNITED JEWISH CAMPAI6N,
CONTINUING MIS WORK FOR THE UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW C0N6RG6ATI0HS. __________
BESIDES SmiN6 UP A 30,000.000 WELFARE FUND FOR
NEGROES, HE ADDED 42,700,000 FOR A HOUSING DEVELOP-
MENT FOR CHICAGO NE6R0ES, GIVING THEM THEIR FIRST
CHANCE TO ESCAPE THE STOCKYARD SLUMS. IN I9I2.HE
WAS MADE A TRUSTEE OF TUSKA6EE INSTITUTE AND THE
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, RETAINING THESE POSITIONS
UNTIL HIS DEATH._____________________
ALTHOUGH CALLED A CONSERVATIVE BUSINESSMAN,HE LENT $50,000
TO THE LADIES GARMENT WORKERS UNION IN 1929, TO COMBAT
SWEATSHOPS/ IN I9J2.AT THE AGE OF 70, HE DIED IN CHICAGO,
THE CITY HE LOVED AND SERVED SO WELL.THIS WAS THE
GREATEST JEWISH PHILANTHROPIST AND MERCHANT TO COME
HIS DEEP LOVE FOR THE CITY OF CHICAGO MANIFESTED
ITSELF WHEN HE BUILT A $5,000,000 MUSEUM OF
SOEHCE AND INDUSTRY ON THE SHORES OF LAKE
MICHIGAN-REPUTED TO BE ONE OF THE MOST
FASCINATING IN THE COUNTRY. HE WAS ALSO A TRUSTEE
OF THE AMERICAH MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY.

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Open llraember 1
Tin Florida State Racing |
C nission has opened offices
at Guli>trcam Park to accept
- from horsemen, jockeys
and stable grooms for the com- j
i in at the Broward county ,
opening December 1.
Owners and trainers are flood-
ing the "track by the sea" for
augural, and many thous-
ands of liccses must be issued
the bugle calls out the
first week of horses a week from
When Gulfstrcam Park swings
its gates, racing patrons
will find many surprises in store
f"i them, according to President
Jimmy Donn. One of the most
ant is the addition of 1100
scats in the grandstand and and
i'I in terrace.
"The addition of terraces in
front <>;' these two main pavil-
.. ill bring our seating ca-
pacity to more than 11,000."
stated. "This will be sub-
tly more than any other
track in Florida. The new grand-
terrace provides a brand
new racing note, and is in line
with the many novelties already
nted at the track. These
irrlude the 25-cent parking fee
on ,' democratic 'firts come, first
I' basis, inaugurated three
s ago; the new type of pro-
m, suitable for mailing around
,; country, and the hand-stamp-
which serves as a pass-out
'" < to the club terrace area.
' three schemes hit so respon-
sive a chord that they are being
duplicated by other tracks both
Iiami and throughout the
country."
[C. M. Gay Candidate
|For State Comptroller
Clarence M. Gay today an-
nounced that he would be a can-
didate to succeed himself as State
Comptroller in the Democratic
primaries next May.
Gay has released a report cov-
ering the operation of the office
during his first year as Comp-
troller and stated he would base
his campaign on his record.
The report reveals many
changes in accounting procedure
and lists many economy meas-
ures adopted in the administra-
tion of the state's greatly in-
creased financial affairs. The
Comptroller is Supervisor of
State Banks, building and loan
companies, credit unions and
small loan companies, and has
many duties in connection with
county government.
He is also a member of the
State Cabinet and numerous
State boards and commissions.
Before assuming his duties as
Comptroller in October, 1946,
Gay was a resident of Orlando
for 25 years where he was en-
gaged in banking, citrus grow-
ing and was Clerk of the Circuit
Court. He has long been active
in civic and governmental affairs
and is well known throughout
the state.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21,

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Ambijan Representative
Visits Greater Miami
Abraham Jenofsky, executive
secretary of the Ambijan, spent
several days here this week on a
tour of this area. While in Mi-
ami he conferred with officers
of the Miami and Miami Beach
Ambijan as well as addressing
several functions of the groups.
The Ambijan is an organiza-
tion set up to assist the Birobid-
jan, autonomous Jewish region
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish Will
speak on "Hollywood's Exposure
of Hatred." Oneg Shabbat fol-
fows. Sabbath service at 10:45
a.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a, m,
for children" from the ages ol 4Mi
to 14 4. High school of Ji
studies, Sunday morning at 9:45
a.m. for young people 15
years of age and over. Hebrew
classes alternate weekday after-
noons, boys and girls, ages 7Vi
to 13. Nursery school daily,
morning and afternoon sessions,
children from 2 4 lo 5.
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th
his honor follows in the social
hall.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood.
Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Services Friday evening at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will ad-
dress the congregation on "Jew-
ish Books and Their Makers. '
Dr. and Mrs. I. Orgel will be
hosts to the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing iho services. Saturday
morning services at 10 o'clock.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff:
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Friday evening services at 5
p.m. Early Sabbath services at
6:30 a.m. Regular service at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
t'SeteVMl^ the theme 'The oRad Bout-
Gerald, soi ol Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Brand'l. will be Bar Mitz-
vah. Intermediate services for
Abraham Jenofsky
of Russia. The region was estab-
lished in March of 1928 and of-
ficially made autonomous in
May of 1934. The region has an
estimated population of 200.000
which entitles it to complete re-
presentation to the Supreme
House of Nationalities, legislative
body of Russia. Half of this pop-
ulation is estimated to be Jewish,
with increasing resettlement of
Jewish from the Russian areas.
Emigration to Birobidjan is on a
voluntary basis and Janofsky in-
dicated that as soon as conditions
permit this settlement will take
a more rapid pace as indicated
by recent survey revealing that
8.000 people were resettled in the
in in the last quarter of 1946
and about 17.000 in 1947.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emer
itus.
Sabbath eve services Friday
at 8:15 p.m. Rev. Glenn C. James
of White Temple Methodist
Church will bf guest preacher
in observance of his 15th anni-
versary in the community. His
topic is "The Holy God." A re-
ception tendered by the Sister-
hood in honor of the reverend
follows the service
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale, Rab-
bi David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8
p.m. Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
occupy the pulpit. Subject ol
his sermon is "The True Spirit
of Thanksgiving." Reception in
Mrs. Max Rappaport will
entertain ladies of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion Sisterhood at a luncheon
in her home, 1011 S.W. 25th
ave., Tuesday at 1 p.m. Plans
will be discussed for ihe build-
ing of the new social hall.
Mizrachi Package Party
Miami Beach chapter of Miz-
rachi Women have planned a
"package party" for their first af-
fair of the new season, it will
take place tomorrow night at
Beth Jacob Congregation, 311
Washington ave Miami Beach.
Arrangement committee is
composed of Mrs Joseph Bren-
ner. Mrs. Bessie Adlerbl >om
Louis Feder, Mrs. Clara Brett-
holtz, and Mrs. Tillie Levin.
Mrs. Mary Goodman, Mrs. Hose
Friedman and Mrs Ida Friedman
are in charge ol refreshments.
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age youth at 9 a.m. under
the supervision ol the Board ol
Education. Junior Congregation
for Children of elemental \ school
ace at 10 O'clock, under the su-
pervision of Max Bertman. Kid-
dush served to both groups alter
services by a Sisterhood commit-
tee refreshments donated by
Jack Hirsch. Bible study at 4:00
with s. I. Friedman. Mmeha at
5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seu-
dOS. Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday
school from 10 a.m. till noon.
Daily school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak
on the subject "Past and Fu-
Mincha at 4:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos with a
program of zmiros. Remarks by
the rabbi on the Portion of the
Week. Maariv services follow.
Daily morning service at 7:30
a.m. followed by a class in Mish-
na. Mincha service at 5:15 p.m.
followed by a class in Jewish
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Miami Hebrew School and Ju-
nior Congregation, 1101 S. W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening service at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning at 9
o'clock. Alfred, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Levin, will be Bar
Mitzvah. He will address con-
gregation and Rabbi April will
respond. Sunday school at 10
a.m. Hebrew school daily, 3:15
to 6:15 p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S. W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer; Cantor
Abraham Behrman.
Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning at
8:30 a.m. Junior service at 10:30
a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach
on "Is Trickery Eternal?" Min-
cha at 4:45 p.m. followed by Sha-
los Seudoss. Sunday school at 10
a.m. Daily religious school, 3:30
to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 13S
N. W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak on the subject "Which
Way Judaism in a Democracy?"
Services dedicated to P. T. A.
Mrs. Max Fcldman, president,
will respond. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Oliphant will be hosts at the re-
1947
cept on m honor of their son Pi
mer's birthday. Jack AugS S'
made the floral offering ?n 1 *s
ory of his wife, Dora* KS
services at 8:30 am *?}
service at 10:30 a,,/ S8J*}
morning breakfast dub at M
a.m. for all boys and gi ,/
and over. s ,s a
Miami Beach Jewish Com
ruty Center. 1415 Euclid^
Miami Beach. Rabbi ir" "
LWirman; Cantor Jacob Y. tW
ring. w'
Friday evening service at 5:30
p.m. Late service at 8:15 pm
Annual AZA serv.ee. In the ab
sence of Rabbi Lehrman, now in
Poland, Rabbi David Raab
Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Laudei,
? vWI!L .?re,fh n "0n *
of Youth." Participants in the
service will be Marshal] Harrts
Arnold Strauss, Bobby Shochet'
Joel Zeichner, and Stanley Yu-
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Morton Smith. Saturday morn-
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will speak on "A Stairway to
Heaven." Junior Congregation at
10 a.m. AZA-BBc; Youth serv-
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ing at 9 o'clock foi boys and
girls over 13. Cue-' weaker will
be Harold. Turk. Sunday school
from 10 a.m. till noon. Hebrew
school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Hre-
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