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The Jewish Floridian ( December 19, 1947 )

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jMjlie\wiislUElliDiciidliiaun •^ME 20 -NUMBER 51 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMirFLORiDATraiDAY, DECEMBER ifl igd7 PRICE: TEN CENTS UJA Sets $250,000,000 1948 Goal Morgenthau Named Drive Chairman Overseas Delgates Report; [ami To Lead Campaign 0\crscas Trio Accept Office When the three members of Greater Miami's overseas mission—Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz—relumed to New York ATLANTIC CITY, N. I. Dec. 14 (Special) -Twenty-two Miami Jewish leaders, including three just returned from Palestine where they witnessed reactions to the UN decision on the Holy! last week, the first thing they Land, participated in the extraordinary national conference did af *er communicating with history-making 5250,000,000 goal for the establishment and sehere of the United Jewish Appeal which today adopted a curity of the Jewish state, increased aid to distressed Jews in Europe, and expanded refugee assistance in the United States.j acceptance of the co-chairmenMrs. Monte Selig, Maxwell Orovitz and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who arrived here by air following a six week tour of Europe and Palestine, reported on their overseas experience to the more than 1300 delegates assembled here from all parts of the country to formulate a 1948 program for Jewish reconstruction in Palestine, Europe and the United States. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, speaking for his two colleagues, described popular reaction in Palestine as news arrived of the UN decision creating separate and independent Jewish and j Arab states. "I saw 172 young people arrive in Tel Aviv from J their outlying settlements and literally kiss the ground as others ran widely through the streets celebrating the end of more than 2,000 years of Jewish homelessness and wandering," he said. Rabbi Lehrman, Mrs. Selig and Mr. Orovitz are the first outstanding Jewish leaders to return to this country since announcement of the Palestine partition on November 29th. The 22 local conferees, led by Jacob Sher, president of the t Greater Miami Jewish Federation, took part in discussions leading to adoption of the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal goal for the coming year and joined in urging the mobilization of American Jewry to implement the decision of the United Nations giving statehood to the Jewish people in Palestine. The 1948 campaign of the Miami Jewish community to help raise the local quota toward the nation wide $250,000,000 goal will be the first of more than six thousand community drives to be undertaken in the coming year for support of the United Jewish Appeal Agencies, the joint distribution committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans. their families, was to phone Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and inform him of their ship of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. "After what we saw in Europe and Palestine, we could not possibly refuse the appointment." said Max Orovitz, as spokesman for the trio. "I speak foi all of us when I say that we will give every ounce of support to Chairman Joe Stein and help him make a success of the coming campaign which, in our opinion, will be the most vital in the history of our people." UJA Chairman Morgenthau Greets Miamians „ Jacob Sher, pretident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., General Chairman of the United Jew.sn Appeal; Mrs. Monte Selig. and Joseph R. Stein, recently designated Chairman of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal for is.__ Arabs Threaten To Wage War Until Jewish State Destroyed JERUSALEM. (JTA)—A new "*b threat to wage a war to the "rush against the partition plan aaikened the shadows lying over Palestine on the eve of the Christm as season. The Arab league proclaimed n Lair,, last night, at the 61ose of .1 R conf erence of leaders !" seven Arab states, its inentl n t fight to the end the United Nations deSon to split the Holy Land into separate Arab and Jewish states All British and Arab polk. were withdrawn from Tel Aiv and its suburbs this week and the responsibility for mainten ance of law and order in an,,,, comprising nearly one-thfcrf* the projected Jewish State was (Continued on Page 4> Washington Seeks To Eliminate Quota System' WASHINGTON, (JTA)— Prompt elimination of the "quota system" in many schools and colleges throughout the United States which exclude Jews. NeI arid others is called for in a report of the President's Commission on Higher Education issued this week by the White House. The commission, which includes Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president ol the American Jewish among its twenty-nine members and is headed by George F. Zook, president of the American Council on Education, assailed the quota system as "certainly un-American" and unjust"on any grounds compatible with democratic principles." President Ti uman, in a statement accompanying the report. that the nation is "challenged by the need to insure that education take its proper place in our national effort to Strengthen democracy at home and to improve our understanding of our friends and neighbors everywhere in the world." [n the fust six volumes to be issued under the general title of a ion for American Democracy," the Commission declares that the selective quota admission system maintained by many colleges and universities particularly in their professional ,1s. denies to certain minonP ,: ticularly to Negroes and chance to learn. "This nractke is a violation of a major American principle," the report states "and is contributing to the rig tension in one of the crucial areas of our democracy. •The quota, or 'numerous dMHf Is certainly un-^nerican i, is European in original and application, and we have lately witnessed on that continent the (Continued on Page 4) ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)—A minimum of $250,000,000 was this week set as the 1945 goal of the United Jewish Appeal by the 1,200 delegates attending the UJA's national conference here. The decision was reached following an all-day discussion in which leaders from Jewish communities throughout the country participated. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., former Secretary of the Treasury, was drafted by acclamation to serve again as general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal for the coming year. The conference also adopted a resolution urging that all sums above the 5250,000,000 "shall be devoted to the establishment of the Jewish State." The resolution urges all communities to conduct their campaigns as early in 1948 as possible because of the urgent reguirements in the first half of the year. Referring to the opportunity created by the U.N. decision on Palestine, the resolution emphasized that the greatest challenge any generation of Jewry has ever faced stands before the Jews of the world. "In order to achieve the historic task which destiny has assigned us, the whole of American Jewish communal Ue in the year 1948 must mobilize all resources of devotion, manpower and funds for the supremely urgent needs of the United Jewish Appeal," the resolution said. "May we be egual to the responsibilities and privilege which Providence, our people and the peoples of the world have now given us." Quarter-Billion Goal Falls Short of Actual Needs Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, in presenting the resolution for adoption of the largest quota in the history of American Jewish philanthropy, stated that in any other year such a goal by the U.J.A. "might have been fantastic." However, he pointed out, for the Jews all over the world the year 1948 is far from an ordinary one, since a Jewish National Commonwealth is to be rebuilt within that year on a vastly-accelerated scale. "We must not lose sight of the fact that the goal which has been recommended, however large, is still seriously short of the demonstrated needs of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Seivice for New Americans—the three agencies whose programs we must finance through the U.J.A. The record sum which you are asked to approve is the absolute minimum required to carry on the life-saving and vitally necessary programs of these agencies," he said. The $250,000,000 quota was approved following the presentation of record-breaking budgets for the coming year by the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans, totalling $395,367,000. Of this sum 5283,000.000 is required by the UPA and its constituent agencies, more than $98,000,000 will be needed by the JDC and $13,000,000 by the USNA. Isador Coons, executive vice-chairman of the UJA, reported to the conference that more than $125,000,000 has been raised so far this year and that the figure might reach $132,000,000 before the end of 1947. This total surpassed the amount contributed last year by a minimum of $23,000,000. More than 5,000 communities participated in the 1947 campaign. Coons said. The presentation of the needs of the three agencies was made bv Eliezer Kaplan, for the UPA, Moses A. Leavitt, for the JDC, and Joseph E Beck for UNSA. In presenting the first blueprint for financing the Jewish state, Kaplan said that $95,000,000 will be needed Tor the reception, care, housing and integration of 75,000 Jewish refugees who are expected to reach Palestine next year. He •idded that the Jewish Agency would g'.v e priority in its settlement program to 24,000 orphaned children all of whom will be brought to the Jewish state in 1948. U.J.A. to Send "Economic and Defense Delegation" ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)—The five-day national conference of the United Jewish Appeal at its closing session this week decided to send a group of 50 American Jewish leaders to Palestine as a flying "Economic and Defense Delegation" to the Jewish State. The delegation will leave for Palestine early in February. $28,000,000 Needed for Defense A minimum of $28,000,000 will be needed in 1948 for the defense of the Jewish state, Kaplan estimated. This would include establishment of a Jewish militia, training and maintenance of a Jewish police force and for Haganah equipment. Kaplan indicated that the UPA will spend $27,5000,000 in the ramin „ V ear for agricultural development of the state and a total nf £25 000 000 for urban developments including the promotion of industry and the establishment of public institutions. The JNF ne said, will require about $85,000,000 for land acquisition and participation in colonization activities. On the question of financial aid, Mr. Kaplan said that the State Department, the Import and Export Bank and the International Rank would be approached for loans to make up the funds that are not nrovWed for in the total UJA quota for 1948. He revealed for the nrst time that a four-year plan has been evolved for the develop(Continued on Page 4) %  I • :•*;



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PAGE TWO *-Jenisi>fkrMiw FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1947 >: I '\\ isniin Talk Fling* ChalhVnge Corresponding with Ludwig Lewisohn's assertion Saturday night in Temple Israel that the future of Jewish literature depends upon the response given by the Jewish reading public. B'nai B'rith Council, has announced its intentions to make Jewish Book Month an annual occurrence in Miami. Lewisohn's appearance was the largest single observance of Book Month in Miami sponsored by the book council, which includes leaders of B'nai B'rith and the Bureau of Jewish Education. A near capacity crowd of over 700 heard the noted lecturer and author discuss the Palestine situation which he expressed as "our own fight." Through the efforts of Max Meisel. president of the Bureau. .1 book exhibit was displayed following the lecture. Director of the Bureau. A. P. Gannes has Miami Y Sponsored Golden Age Club To Elect Permanent Officers Sunday for permanent (suited in increasing attendance. Nominations officers of the Golden Age Friendship Club will be held December 28 at the Miami YM & WHA. according to temporary chairman. Isaac Englandcr. Members have been asked to be present for a full participation in selection of leaders for 1948. Elections will take place January 4. Meeting regularly on Sunday afternoons at the Miami Y. the club is organized to appeal to those over 50 years of age. Response to the new activity reActivities of the social group have included celebration of the rebirth of Palestine and a Chanuka party. Plans include the organization of a daily program of activities of special interest to the membership. All residence of the community over 50 have been invited by the Y to attend meetings every Sunbuilding. 450 S.W. 16th ave. Inquiries are directed to the sponday at 3 p.m. at the Miami soring organization, at 3-5489. estimated that a total of approximately 2.000 Jewish Miamians have viewed the exhibit, as a result >>f which over 100 copies 1 if hooks have been sold. .Twenty autographed copies 0/ Lewisohn's ti :. were bought at the Temple Israel affair and 15 to 20 more have been ord red Rare 16th and 17th century Jewish ceremonial articles recently retrieved from the Nazis, were also displayed. Oneg Shabbat For Deborah Hadassah Deborah group of Senior Hadassah is holding an Oneg Shabbat membership tea at 1:30 toafternoon in the patio of pie Beth Sholom. Mrs. Perry Sewell, Soul rial Director and member of the national board of Hadassah. will be guest speaker. Canl Samuel Kelemer will lead the up in singing. Members are urged to attend and bring their friends. Refreshments will be served. A. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 1420 Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 National Council Seeks Local Relatives For DP's A new list of displaced persons in Europe seeking information about relatives in this area has been released by the National Council of Jewish Women. Anyone bearing any pertinent facts regarding persons sought are asked to contact the office of the N.C.J.W. in the Congress Bldg. Joseph Biller of Wroctaw. Poland, is seeking Louis Geffner son of Elo and Mrs. Seifer: Ortruc. Berg of Bavaria. Germany, derives information about Erice Troeger, nee Klingenberg. about 43 years old. born Riga, Latvia: .Miss Marian Schwartz of 2165 N.W. 62nd St.. Miami, is seeking Judy and Eva Zimmerman who arrived from Sweden in 1946 to visit uncle in Miami: Max Jakob\:'./. Germany, looking for. Miss Julia Land. Miami Beach. Zew Shteinberg. Palestine, news of S/i :11a Gunshur. furrier, who was married to Zew*s sister. Hela. now deceased: Bernhard Banilover, Germany, about his sister, Clara Bader: Ruth Josephine Hart Drechsler, Palestine seeking lie: aunt. Dinni Fialkow. sister of Rosa who is Mrs. Adolf Hart, and Alois Hart, furrier. who left V.nna about 1939; Leo Pesate. Rumania, for Lotte and Mali Rosenfeid. husbands named Adolph and Simon, originally Vienna, last living in Belgium, now believed to be in Florida. Installation meeting of the Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, will take place Tuesday at the Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association Tin: 1. 111: VI I II .MIAMI YAAIl IIAKASIIIII III This communal project is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the following congregations and rabbis: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman The Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer. Miami Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Miami Beach Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Miami Beach Miami Beach Maker's Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave. Maker's Live Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave. S. & H. Live Poultry. 320 Collins Ave. Royal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only). 515 Collins Ave. Berman's Live Poultry. 87 Washington Ave. Hofman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Marke;. 415 F.spanola Wav I lei man's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 732 6th St. Lobe's Kosher Meat Barket, Blackstone Food Center. 737 Washington Ave. Miami Northwest Section Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th St Ideal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only). 155 N. W. 5th St. National Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W. 5th St National Kosher Provision Co., 230 N. W. 5th St. Miami Southwest Section Quality Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St. B. & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 804 S. W. 22nd Ave Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W 27th Ave. Cashvan & Venesky Live Poultry, 2011 S. W. 8th St. Coral Way Section Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way "LOOK FOR THE GMVH SIGNI IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE FOR KASHRUTH" wwim*fc For information regarding kashruth, call our Director Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439. Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are Harry Sirkln, president; A. M. Bear, vict-preiidtnt; H, BooHn, Secre. tary; S. Lobel, treasurer. Gifts Presented Hospital Veterans Thirty-two special bed lamps will be presented to patients at the Veteran's Hospital by the Veteran's Service Committee of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and their Women's Chapter. Mis. Lenore Curtice, in charge of arrangements has announced that the members of the Women's Chapter are planning to provide forty gift boxes for the patients :o be presented at a party shortly. Serving with Mrs. Curtice on 'he committee will be: Mrs. Sam Goldman. Mrs. Dave Silverman and Mrs. Tena Katz. President of the Women's Chapter. Gables Center Jamboree Limited To 75 Couples Members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center have been asked to make reservations early for the group's New Year's Eve Jamboree at the Coral Gables Women's club, bv co-chairmen, Sidney Lewis and Mrs. A. Edgar Miller. A capacity limitation of 75 couples has been set. Reservations are to be made with Mrs. Joseph Rogers. 48-1493. Beth Sholom Extends Pulpit to Hadassah, Masada At the invitation of Rabbi Leon Kronish, members of the Greater Miami Units of Junior Hadassah and Masada will participate in this evening's services at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Taking part in the religious service will be Miss Trudi Lach and Miss Natalie Samuels, who will offer the invocation and benediction. Immediately following. the groups will sponsor the Oneg Shabat in the Temple Patio. A timely subject: "Should American Youth Join the Chalutz Movement"' will be debated by Ted Nelson and David Liebman. Miss Selma Lewis, chairman of arrangements for the evening will moderate the discussion period. A program of Palestinian songs and dances will be led by Young Judeae leaders, Misses Doris Albin. Toby Cooper, Anita Kessler, Beverly Raphael. Lucille Yagoda, Dorothy Susman, Selma Lewis, Lillian Aaronson, Gladys Topper. Eileen Perlman and Mr. Nelson. Refreshments will be served by a committee headed by Miss Cooper, Miss Aaronson and Miss Frieda Ankus. Gables Lodge Women Plan Holiday Ball Plans are being f,rrnul ated by the Coral Gables Women of R'n B'rith for their f irst nnua ;^ day Ball to be held Sunday Johnny Howard's ]' in the Latin Quarter liare m R 00m 8:30 Pm. man has announced that'the?," fan-will be limite.it, MmZ'JMrs. Leonard Gli^ em chair, at th and that a portion' of ^T ceeds will be used to '.„ P chapter's J£*. ^" projects. serV| <* Serving with Mrs Clicks on the arrangements Z'" will be Mrs. Albert ?££* chairman, Mrs. Sidnev R£U Mrs. Morris Horn £ M r J^' Sanders. Mrs. Theodore Got" Mrs. Maurice SchwarS Z Morns Stotsky and Mrs AWm Corenblum. Tickets at $3.00 per couple may be secured by e mg Mrs. Glickstem at 4-15 98 DR. HARRY GREEN Announces The Removal Of His Office To 2515 S. W. 17TH AVE. PHONE 48-3981 HAROLD'S. INC. Hairdressers 1039 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phone* 5-0467. 5-0468 440 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft Lauderdale J So Many Years And it lives on in Jewish Tradition For So Many Years THE FESTIVE WHISKEY PREFERRED IN JEWISH HOMES After the traditional ceremony under the canopy, the wedding party calls for rejoicing. To add to the festivities, there is no more appropriate whiskey to toast the bride and groom than Carstairs White Seal, the whiskey that blends admirably with the joyous atmosphere. And no wonder, for Carstairs White Seal is the perfectly balanced blend—rich yet light; mild yet hearty—trulv a festive whiskey for a toast on all joyous occasions, on the Sabbath and holidays. 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jflDAY. DECEMBER^ 1947 Hebrew Academy Launches Program Publicizing Institution's Activities • nf the country. National educator! who have already visited the v launched an active program hftaSaign to fam.liame the and Tjewish community of MiffSd Miami Beach about the am ,!p work, functions and ac"tlte institution. The *JTrl t the Week 3 mUSiCa ai rt and dramatic celebratoi, P 'ff held n the large Academy "Sftoriuni at Sixth Street, cor%  KwfWoo ave at which lr 550 people attended Th Ladies 1 League ol the Academy held Us annual dessert luncheon Thursday afternoon al to Tides Hotel at which over 200 imbers crowded the dining faSes to signalise the_launching „ its membership drive which has set a goal of 500 members to be attained during the next thirty "•The purpose of this new protram of the Hebrew Academy is 0 acquaint the entire public with the Importance and the distinctness of the work of the Hebrew Academy. Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Academy, stated: "The Hebrew Academy is an institution unique and unusual in the entire southeast.:* region of the United States. The p ogram of the Academy is designed to blend and integrate in the boys and girls of our community a progressive American education in harmony with a vi • fine and exemplary Hebrew lining. The school places %  ial emphasis upon music and various arts." Xh e gress that has been made dui ng the three months of its existence, indicates conclusively that the boys and girls havp already begun to receive a typ* of model and progressive educat parallel in this part school have commended the progress and the program of ih s institution.. It is the urgen and hope of the leaders and founders of the Academy to encourage the entire ((immunity t, visit the school and observe the conduct and operation of this alllay school, established directly in he midst of our own city,' Miami I Jniveraity AnmmnvvH \viv Hvhrvw I lassts Dr. William P D Dean of the adult evening sion of the University of Miami, has announced the introducti i a Modern Hebrew class University Spring semi Classes will be held Tuesday an i Thursday evenings from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. beginning February 10 A. P. Ganncs, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is to be instructor of the 3-credit course. Registration will take place February 3 to 7. Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Pioneer Women Club No. 2 Raise Palestine Fund Members of the Pioneer Women, club No. 2. celebrated the lighting of the fourth Chanuka candle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mint/.es last Wednesday. Over 150 guests and members heard Mrs. Bessie Weisman of Chicago, guest speaker at the dinner. A total of S500 was donated to the Council of Workmen in Palestine. Mrs. Celia Rubin of Chicago was toastmaster for the evening. Mrs. J. P. Tarr was assisted with arrangements by Mrs. S. Kaplan. Mrs. J. Strasburg, Mrs. Mania Shubow. Mrs. Molly Witnor, Mrs. M. Kaufman. Mrs. Marshall Randolf, Mrs. Sarah Solomon and Mrs. F Malamud. *Jenistifhri dFiar7 Bethlavid Setting For Feature Story Miami Daily News 'The Light That. Never Fails" is a short story written by a •';-' ;|: about Beth David gogue and a Jewish boy who turned his bach i ligion. Faus, the author, check' • Rabbi Max %  e it was printed in %  ;: : 1 Sui I ly m igi /me of Miami Daily Mews. Becausi • timely significance, Mis prepared the theme into i 1 • %  : whi : was presented ning by the men's • to students and parents of '-'' tion in the auditorie synagogue building. i luci d by David Rabinowitz. Of the story, Rabbi Shapiro I itches the spirit n in our times. It •"• easy i; is for young pt pie egardless of faith, to become alienated from their religion in a highly economic society, But, more important, it also stresses the factors which eventually bring them back to then church or synagogue." Faus has for the past two years written the short stones for the Daily News old Phntomagazine the present Sunday magazine. PAGE TlinrT. Rabbi Lehrman Return to Center Pulpit, Sisterhood Tenders Reception Sunday t'ylliian Head Nathaniel Kirsh was elected chancellor-commander of Miami Beach Knights of Pythias last week to succeed Ed Snyder. Louis Storch was re-elected master of finance and Jack Wourchell, master of exchequer. Other new officers are: Louis Yellon, vice—chancellor; Nat Malmouth, prelate; A. Robinson, master of arms; Joseph Schwartz, inner guard; Fred Roosman. outer guard; Ben Kempler, master of work, and Sidney Broody, secretary. Trustees are Max Goldhagcn and Hairy Kleinman. five-year Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Be;'ch Jewish Center, will return to his pulpit this evening, at 8:15 p.m. During the past six weeks Rabbi Lehrman made an extensive tour if Europe and Palestine as a member of the overseas delegation representing the Greater Miimi Jewish Federation. His sermon, dealing with his experiences during his recent trip, is entitled Greetings From Our Brethren." The Sisterhood of the Synagogue is tendering a reception to Rabbi Lehrman at the Center, 1415 Euclid ave., on Sunday, December 21st, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ira C. Walsey, president of the Sisterhood, advises that this reception is open to the public. SS Opportunity SS Over 400 copies of Martin Cliochem's song about Miami. "The Magic City." are available at the Jewish Floridian of/ice to any musical or cific organization that might have use jor them. The sheets may be sold at 35 cents per copy, and money retained by the group, courtesy of the composer. Chochem. a winter resident In .Miami for many years, has written several other musical tributes to the city. "The Magic City" was his first. Rabbi Irving Lehrman GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Mv your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later %  'Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 f. w 22nd A I'HONE 4-5S( venue foePhone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Giuen Workers Alliance Gives New Year's Eve Party Jewish National Workers Aliiand three-year respectively ance, Bialick branch 290. is sponj soring a New Year's Eve affair at the Hygrade Dairy restaurant. | 731 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Full course dinner and enter-1 ainment have been planned asl •ell as community singing led I by A. M. Dorff. Reservation.-are to be made with the fini ec rotary. J. P. Tarr of 541 Jeferson ave.. or by calling 58-8441.. 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PAGE FOUR JewishJkrMhfi FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19 iid v EDITORIAL if I MSI in till IIO V American Jewry during the cominq year 1948 will be asked to raise S250.000.000 for the historic task of erecting a Jewish state in Palestine and of ending, once and for all, Jewish suffering and Jewish homelessness in Europe. It is an unprecedented sum of money which is to be requested of the Jews of the United States by the United Jewish Appeal.. It is the largest sum of money which any private fund-raising agency has ever asked for in this or in any other country. It will require, if its goal is to be attained, a spirit of liberality and self-sacrifice on the part of the five-and-a-half million American Jews on a scale never before shown. It will need a small army of devoted voluntary fund-raisers to arouse American Jewry to its duty in this respect. This quarter-b:llion goal, as former Governor Lehman said at the conference, might have been fantastic if 1948 were an ordinary year. But 1948, far from being an ordinary year, will write a new page in Jewish history—the final establishment of the Jewish state, for which unprecedented sums of money will be needed, for immigration, for colon.zation and, last but not least, for defense. Will American Jewry prove itself capable of carrying out successfully the great job which destiny has assigned it for 1948, the job of supplying the material means with which to erect the Jewish commonwealth and put an end to Jewish homelessness? American Jewry, the onehalf of world Jewry which is prosperous and in a position to put the poor and suffering half of Jewry back on its feet, will be put to the test during the coming year as never before. Should we fail to attain the quarter-billion goal, it will not be because of our economic but because of our spiritual growth within recent years, a growth which will be proven by the measure of our deep sympathy for the plight of our brethern abroad and of our realization that the remedy is now at hand ;f we will but lend our aid. A telegram from the United Jewish Appeal reveals that the spotlight of the world will again be focused on the Greater Miami community as the first of more than six thousand drives to be undertaken during the coming year. Ours is a double responsibility -to raise our quota and to set an example for the rest of the country. PALESTISE More than a week has now passed since the historic UN dec.sion on Palestine. As expected, there was bloodshed, noting, looting, demonstrations. It is still too premature to hazard a conjecture on the nature and character of the outbreaks. Yet sober judgment demands the conclusion that the Arab reaction was not a sponMother Rachel: "Welcome Home My Children" taneous one, that the participants in the fighting were hirelings rather than fanatics. But there is another facet to the situation. It is quite possible the threatened action by the Arab states themselves will materialize later. Haganah so far has demonstrated that it can handle the situation within the country even with the limited arms at its disposal. There is ground for belief that if modern war weapons were made available to Haganah there would be no need for international implementation forces. Yet it would be foolish to view the picture with excessive optimism. Trouble lies ahead. The Palestine Arabs, fed by Nazi-taught propagand sts, will resist. But their resistance will yield to superior power. There is nothing the Arabs fear more than power. If the United Nations or the great powers which espoused the partition cause make it unmistakably clear to the Arab states that any war move, or the infiltration of fighting forces into Palestine, will be met with whatever measures may be deemed necessary, it is a certainty that their war talk will die down to an inaudible whisper. If the same courageous collect ve statesmanship which the General Assembly demonstrated in approving partition is applied to implementation, the Arab states will not dare to carry out their threats. UJA Sets Goal, Makes 1948 Plans Quota System III III III I ATI O V WEBU Rededication Week has reawakened I 1 amians. A round of observances brouqhT, I fore the blessings of our American HeritaJ? many take for granted the Four Freedoms 3 bulwark of the Democracy under which w e 'l The visit of the Freedom Train i n u?l Saturday wiU climax the activities m



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Lp. jrpBgoa 11 Mi *Jeistrkridna,g7 PAGE FIVE personally Speaking Mrs. Ben Benjamin of Miami Beach and Washington, D. C. to Tucson, Ariz., shortly to be an attendant at her 9 'c 9 wedding. January 11. At that time Miss Elaine Ruth rton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Morton, will become ile of Melvin Theodore Heller, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Heller, will return all of Milwaukee. After the ceremony, Mrs. Benjamin to Miami Beach. Shephaid Sable, father of Mrs. George J. Talianoff, is spending a few weeks on Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weitzman of 1207 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, had as their visitors, their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neal Raizes, from Mason City, Iowa, and Galveston, Texas. The couple terminated a lengthy wedding trip via New Orleans and Havana with stopover at the Atlantis hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Lear will be visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lear of Miami Beach, over the holidays. Dr. \#s has just recently completed his internship at the Permanente hospital in Oakland, California and is now doing post-graduate work at Columbia University in Medical Administration. The woi* "' niin. Ushers included Burt Marks, younger Mrs. Lear is studying music in New York, in preparaBurl Stanley Wallmans Spend Honeymoon in Havana Following their formal wedding Sunday in the Robert Rlchter hotel, Stanley Wallman and his bride, the former Miss Annette M lin left for Havana where they are spending their honeymoon Wallman is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Mirchin %  Abb itt ave., Miami Be The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wallman of 221 N.E. •err. Miami. Rabbi Colman A Zwitman officiated at the G p.m. ceiem. ii> IS Sheila Wallman, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mrs. Ida Reinisch of New Y'M k was matron of honor foi her sister Bridesmaids were Miss Shirley Collegman Miss Roslyn tCivel, Miss Frances Horngard, and Miss Martha Frankel of V inkers, N. Y. Dr. Bernard Mirchin. the bride's brother, served as best lion for an operatic career. The E. G. Lears, owners of the Lear school on Miami Beach are planning a musical evening for the visitors and their friends, December 27. + Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm First of 1440 Maseilles Drive, Normandy Isle, will have as their house guests Mrs. Jack Rozansky and daughter. Marline from Washington, D. C. Mr. Rozansky will join his family January 1. Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller and son are home at 3010 S.W. 19th Terr., from Chicago. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gutstein of Miami. Mrs.. Gertrude S. Berlin of 945 Meridian ave., Miami Beach is expecting her son and daughter, George J. and Theresa Berlin from New York City for a two week stay. Miss Berlin is a recent graduate of Columbia Law School. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schiff announce the birth of a son at St. Francis hospital December 11. The Schiffs live at 4534 Post ave., Miami Beach Jenold Lieberman, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lieberman of MM Prairie ave., Miami Beach, has been admitted to the freshman class of Renssalaer College, Troy, N. Y., for the study ol engineering, for the full year of 1948. Frank Zieve and Saul Pascul. Miss Karen Reinisch was her aunt's flower girl; and the Misses Jo Zinner and Peggy Katz kept the guest book. Mrs. Wallman attended the University of Miami and was grad-f uated from Guggenheim School of Dental Hygiene. She was on the board of directors of Junior Hadassah and now holds the of: iff (if reporter in the Clara Hirsch Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Mr. Wallman attended Brooklyn College and is a graduate of ihe University of Miami. He served as a Flight Lieutenant in the Air Reserve Association. He is completing his preparation for a degree of Master of Chemistry while teaching at the University Upon their return from Havana the couple will reside in Miami Beach. June Wedding Date For Muriel Linsky June has been decided upon for the wedding of Miss Muriel Linsky and Burton Ginsberg, whose engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Linsky, Kew Gardens, L. I. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Ginsberg, 6341 Allison id., Allison Island, Miami Beach. Miss Linsky a sophomore at the University of Miami, attended Kew Forest School, Forest Hills, L. I. Her fiance attended St. John's Military academy Delafield, Wis., and is to be graduated from the University of Miami in June. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. Mrs. Stanley Wallman Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sali Rothschild of 900 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach, last Saturday, raised S36 for the Child's Rescue Fund of Pioneer Women, club No. 2. in honor of the hosts and their year-old baby. Mrs. Sylvia Rubin was master of ceremonies at the dinner. Miss Kessler Engaged Engagement of Miss Martha Kessler to Manfred Pepper was announced Sunday, December 7. by her mother Mrs. Rebecca Kessler of 329 N.W. 12th ave. Mr. Pepper is the son of Morris Pepper, 1459 N.W. 2nd St. Miss Kessler is a member of the Miami YM & WHA and the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. No date has been set for the wedding. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Removed by Multiple Electric Needles and Radio Matic. The only safe and permanent methods. K Frances A H N K F r e d a LIMAN 1431 Washington Ave., M. Beach Phone 58-9520 BUTTER-EGGS Charles Goldsteins Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein of 1520 S.W. 5th st. will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a party at the Beth David Synagogue December 28. The affair is being given by their sons, William and E. Max Goldstein of .Miami. Feature of the evening will be a mock wedding ceremony performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Friends of the couple are invited to attend A membership tea was held al lhe home of Mrs. P. L. Casaw, 7218 Tauville Espanola dr., Miami Beach, December 7 for lhe Pioneer Women, club No. 2. Mrs. Celia Rubin was chairlady and Mrs. Bessie Weisman of Chicago, guesl speaker Sutishult TUtAtfi/M GIFT PAJAMAS FOR MEN $5 „ $15 s FANCY STRIPE BROADCLOTH in coat style with elastic waist band. Stripes of tan, blue or wine Sizes A. I and D in the group. Pair. RAYON PAISLEY PRINT is \ustin.zed* for serviceability nd Sanforized for less than !•; shrinkage. Coat style with navy, wine or brown DaCKground colors. Sizes A. B. CI and D in group. Pair *' 3 IMPORTED E N G LIS H BROADCLOTH in CMtjgJ Regimental striped pattern British stripings in wine. gre>. blue and green. Sizes A. B c and D in the group. Pair..JJ3 'Reg. V. S. Pat. Off. %  urdinf.. Miami. *2***Zg!: ingt. Stret Floor. Mr a*at Miami I •". !" m Be and Ft. Lauderdal* Distributed by WATIONAL BRANDS, INC. • i.



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PAGE SIX +Jenist> ncrtdHan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, I Sroiit lv\'<-iii iv On .Miami Visit Dr. Harry Lasker, National Director of Jewish Relationships. Boy Scouts of America, is visiting Miami for conferences with Uiulussiilt Soiree Sunday Evening Mrs. Perry Sewell, Southern Regional Director of Hadassah, will headline the program of Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, at their membership soiree Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Mrs. Sewell a member of the National Board of Hadassah, has just completed a tour of the Southeastern Region. Serving on the arrangements committee are: Mrs. Harvey (Tillie) Brock, chairman of the cultural activities committee, Miss Edith Goodkin, co-chairman, and Mrs. Anne Gruen. hospitality committee, .A musical program will follow Mrs. Sewell's address and refreshments will be served. Members are invited to attend and bring their friends. Home For Aged Celebrates Anniversary First anniversary celebration of • the dedication of the Iew \u.. ; iit ||: ....l.ln,,. Home for the Aged. Sunday. DeM J""* KingDIOm cember 28 at 2 p.m.. will feature; .\w2irflOil HFC presentation of award to the winner of the Home's special name Major Allan H. Ringblom, US contest MC s>n of Mr and Mrs G H In an effort to obtain a suitj Ringblom. 2100 N.W. Sixteenth able name for the Home's Life! Street, was awarded the DlsMembership Social Club, the ortinguished Flying Cross and five ganization is offering a BulovalOold Stars in lieu of additional 17-jewel wrist watch for the best Air Medals at ceremonies held at suggestion. In case of tie between he Marine Corps Air Station, •1 man and a woman two watches Cherry Point, N.C., recently. Dr. Harry I.askcr Scout Executives Seoul leaders and community leaders. Meeting was held in Temple Israel 8 p.m. Wednesday, according to Myron s Zeientz bade district chairman % %  : B.S.A Laski irels extensively throughout the country promotnships between the Boj Scouts of America and synagogut 9 oups, National Jewish Welfare Board, B'nai Bnth and other national organizations which co-operate in makinj S variable to thrboys ica. Moishe Oysher Headline Little Roumania Show When Little Roumania public Wedm it featun I t and I well known actor and comedian. famous : r I:..hum 11 IUS n rd M ishe Oy: h adlines I e 1 the fust three are* The Little Roumania, m estaurant n Rd., Miami Beach, has a Roumanian .: ing continental ente: tail a gypsy nble and Roumanian cuisine Opei ators are Philip Fri< d, LawB 'I. Nussbaum Hollywood Bazaar To Feature Booths Arrangements are being made for the entertainment planned by the Ladies Auxiliary of Hollywood Jewish Community Centei for the week of January 17 to 21, according to Mrs. Isadore Orgel, chairman of the Ba&uar committee. A fashion show and celebrity night are scheduled for the week. Some of the feature booths will include a floral booth under the direction of Mrs. George Sogg; under Mrs. Syd Lambert: anil one for hand-sewn items under the charge of Mrs. Zlotta Heller assisted by Mrs Sadie Bass, Mrs. B. Joslyn, Mrs. Fred Gilder. Mrs. H. Dragat and Mrs. Sadie Burke. The bazaar committee meets Tuesday to complete further details. Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae held its regular monthly meet ing last evening in the home of Mrs. Jess Spirer, 1200 S.W. 3rd ave. Plans were made for the forthcoming luncheon. SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. 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Since reservations have been limited to 200. seating capacity, those wishing to attend are advised to call Mrs. Golden at 972 R or contact Feldman at 2131 Adams St.. both of Hollywood. Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold their regular meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. RAY GORDON Registered Land Surveyor Accurate lot surveys at reasonable rates. 1575 Washington Avenue Miami Beach 39, Fla. Phone 5-9929 Major Ringblom received the medals for participation in more than 50 combat missions against the Japanese in the Pacific during the war. Brig. Gen I. W. Miller. Commanding General of the Air Station, made the presentation. A 1938 graduate of the University of Miami. Ringblom entered the service as an aviation cadet in March, 1941. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in March 1942. The flying officer was one of the defenders of Midway Island when the Japanese struck there early in the war. He was awarded the Navy Cross for his actions in this defensive campaign. He later served at Pearl Harbor and in the Solomon Islands. Major and Mrs. Ringblom, the former Miss Beverly Day of Laguna Beach, Calif., reside at the Air Station. They have one child Law School Alumni Elect 1948 Officers University of Miami Law SoK ,, Alumni Association ^! named Dav,dB.P hlli psas C ; j dent of the organization Others elected in include: Wal.aeeM,, t ,, f irstv ^ P'-es.; J. A. McLeland, ^1 vice-pres, Ra ymond G secretary; and A. J Kaplan Ser geant-at-arms. Daniel Satin. William Kim J.H.Yat*. Graham MUteJS HWrick and Martin G^ chosen as dire I .,, e mg year. comMIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • light Fixtures Appliance* Radios Open Friday Evening MONAHANS INC. 2208 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-0632 Wright Hotel Equipment io. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1947 "hnisl %  t lf.iirfrin PAGE SEVEN Pr. Israel Goldstein Calls on United Nation To Restrain Arab States NEW YORK—With the aim o1 enlistinq the full-scale financial support of American Jewry for a program of mass migration to 'he Jewish State and its overall development. Eliezer Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine who arrived here from Jerusalem last week, outlined for the United Palestine ixnneil Board of Directors at a were able, since the end of the "rH _„„ ,,,,.,.turn ho emergency meeting a i here he broad categories of economic eouirements brought to the fore bythe establishment of the Jewish State. Emphasizing that the most difficult part of the job is still Sad of us." Mr. Kaplan told the board of directors that "we plan to bring at least a million Jews to Palestine ; in the next ten years. At the same time he stressed that immediate provision will have to be made for "security of the population in the area set aside for the Jewish State," warning that both states will have permanency only if "life and property are made safe for all i' habitants, Jews and Arabs alike." Mr. Kaplan was invited to this country by the United Palestine Appeal, central fund-raising instrument in the United States for the upbuilding of Palestine to develop with the aid of Jewish leaders here a master blueprint for mass Jewish immigration and resettlement. Sharing the program with Mr. Kaplan was Dr. Israel Goldstein, U.P.A., national chairman. Mark Sugarman of Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Chairman of the Board, presided at the meeting which was held at the Hotel Astor. The Jewish Agency treasurer declared: "According to a close survey of transportation costs and direct relief needs, including food, clothing, medical attention and temporary h o u sing facilities more than $400,000,000 will be required on the basis of an immigration of 150,000 within a short period as proposed by the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine. "Our most immediate task will be to clear both Cyprus and the reception centers in Palestine of the more than 20,000 Jews waiting in some cases two years, to be integrated into the economy of Palestine. At the same time we will start the movement of the displaced Jews in Europe most of whom will join us in the Jewish State." Mr. Kaplan disclosed the Jewish Agency for Palestine's intention of approaching the proper "governmental and intergovemment bodies which are equipped to assist us in these tasks," but added that "for our most immediate needs we must turn to the Jewish communities." Regarding the task itself of resettling the greatly expanded number of immigrants, Mr. Kaplan said "while its magnitude fay be unprecedented, the procedure on a smaller scale, has been well established by the Jew>sh Community over the past decWith the machinery at our disposal war, to welcome and absorb productivity in a varied range D! endeavors, more than 50,000 immigrants." Mr. Kaplan conveyed in behalf of the Jewish Community of Palestine "our profound apj ation to the UniL.-d Nation? which, by this couragi ous action, reached the stature of a supreme international parliament. "I wish also to express oui boundless gratitude to the United States and to the Soviet Union which in splendid unanimity led the world in the determin to establish a Jewish State," Mr. Kaplan said. "The Jews of Palestine and the Jews of the whole world." Mr Kaplan declared, "are privileged to witness at this time the end to centuries of national Jewish homelessness. But unprecedented generosity will be required on the part of those who went to help. We hope to bring into Palestine in the coming year, three times as many as entered in 1947. We cannot accomplish this without large funds. We trust that the Jews of America will be ready to assist us in this task. In a sense they will be the arbiters of the fate of the homeless Jews of Europe. I am sure they will face up to the challenge." Dr. Goldstein Urges U.N. To Restrain Arab States. Calling upon the United Nations "to see to it that no nation which is a member of the U.N. shall aid or abet the disorders in Palestine," Dr. Israel Goldstein, U.P.A. national chairman, charged that "this refers specifically to the Arab States Around Palestine." "The present Arab flare-up in Palestine can be handled by Haganah. There is reason to believe that the Arab disorders, far from spontaneous mass demonstrations. are being fomented by the Mufti and other erstwhile Hitler agents. The Jews of Palestine are exercising great restraint in meeting these attacks, but their restraint have now, we we springs not from weakness but from strength," Dr. Goldstein declared. With an assertion that the Jewuh State, in addition to being "a political decision of the Jetted Natioi must be a nd economii entity to accommodate the multitude of Dr Goldstein urgeu that "from this point on therefore, the attention I the Jews of America must be I i ui sed UP the economic program in which the United PalAppeal play;, a majoi %  • it represi nts the national (Jev : h National Fund and Foundation Fund) which provide the land and col >nm facilities.' In citing the requirements of the Jewish state Dr. Goldstein pointed out thexistence of an "erroneous impression" concerning the "vast State lands in Palestine which will be at the disposal of the Jewish States." He declared, "That is not so. The amount of State land available is less than three per cent of tne land allotted to the Jewish State. Therefore absorption of new immigrants will necessitate the acquisition of land purchase as heretofore. Housing, material and equipment, water supply, will continue to require the help of American Jews "A Jewish State when established will be the first act of reparation to a people which has suffered the greatest soilation of the war. Now, for the first time, it is possible to say that the six million Jewish martyrs have not died in vain. If their martyrdom imposed a burden upon the conscience of the nations of the world, this decision, joined in by the United States and the Soviet Union, the two foremost world powers, is the first post-war victory of the United Nations." Dr. Goldstein paid tribute to President Truman saying his name "will rank with that of Woodrow Wilson in the history of American's concern with the plight of the Jewish people. To President Truman more than any other, belongs the credit for the decisive part played by the United States in the UN decision regarding Palestine." Regarding Great Britain, Dr.' order Goldstein said that as long as "it remains the mandater it is either in a position ot encourage order or permit chaos. It has no responsibility for the decision, but it | has the responsibility for keeping in Palestine." M rr Hill III III %  mi Miami's Foiemoit Veolarian. Daixy and Fish RESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT WASHINGTON AVE., M. I. PH. 5 9182 J, ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum KOYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE III\I\. ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY 'PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners ASTOR HOTEL 956 Wllh. Ave., M. B. 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L-t-^c^'iT.. PAGE EIGHT Jewistflcr Miter FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, Mrs. Stephen Wise Memorial Meeting Monday Evening At Temple Beth Sholom A public Memorial Service in I Dr. Wise's other numerous cornmemory of the late Mis. Stephen munal activities. S. Wise, will be held next MonI Mrs. Wise's annual visits here day evening. December 22, at 8 were anticipated by the entireo'clock in Temple Beth Sholom, community, Mrs. Glasser stated. Men 9 t-roiip Fmanuel Gordon Jewish rongrcsN Miami Beach according to Mrs. Louis Glasser, President of the South Florida Division of the American Jewish Congress. The entire community is invited to attend. Mrs. Wise passed a w a y Wednesday, December 10. She had been for many years the Naand she was especially helpful in inspiring and stimulating the growth of the local Congress chapters. Participating in the Service wiith Rabbi Leon Kronish Spiritual Leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will be Rabbis Irving Lehrman. Colman Zwitman and Altional President of the Women's I bert Michels. all of whom were Division of the American Jewish ordained Rabbis by Dr. Stephen Congress and was an active CO-IS. Wise at the Jewish Institute ot worker with her husband. Dr. | Religion. Stephen S. Wise, in the Free Mrs. Louis Glasser. will also Syn:ig.gue of New York and I take part in the Service National Council Public Forum At llohcrl CIy National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, will sponsor the fourth in the semes of public speaking forums at a luncheon to be held today. 12:30 p.m., at the Robert Clay Hotel, Miami. Guest speaker on this week's program will be Dr. Dora Klemer, discussing the Marriage Relations. The second half of the program will be taken over by Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub, director of the forum, who will conduct class participation m "Platform Performance." Mrs Harry N. Schiff is in charge of luncheon reservations A Melaveh Malka will be held by the Miami Beach Mizrachi at the Beth Jacob Congregation at 8:30 p.m. In charge of arrangements are: Max Feit, Kalman Lurie, S. Lackey. Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Pauline Chill. S\y -cat* yr iva Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed AJC Women Pay Tribute To Mrs. Wise Mrs. Louise Waterman Wise, wife of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, passed away Wednesday night. Dec. 10th. Mrs. Wise was founder and lent of the Women's division of the Congress and during the last World War. founded Congress Defense House, centers for service men of the allied nations. "We who served with her over many %  deeply grieved at the passing nf our beloved and endeared leader whose tireless struggle for justice, good and right will remain an abiding inspiration to those who knew her,"' I statement of tribute by the of tile Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress C nvened in special •: following news of Mrs. '.'. the board paid sincere tribute to the rare qualities of their leader whose graciousness and humility, vision and courage in the interests of all people had won for her international respect. "We, the Florida board, pledge to carry on the tremendous work to which she dedicated her life," the statement read. Death occurred at the family residence m New York after a I six-day Illness. Artist, authoress and lecturer,! Mrs. Wise was active in countless auses dev ted to progressive ideals and served in the leadership of many movements dedicated to economic progress and civil liberties. She was chairman and founder of the American Committee for the Rehabilitation of European Jewish Children, pioneer organization in the establishment of homes for these children in 1946. Elects Offi*r Greater Miami Men's Chapter of American Jewish Congress elected Mark G. Kaplan president at their last meeting. Vice presidents chosen for next year include Herbert Sher. David Stuzin. Amos Benjamin and Herbert Glickman. Ben Grossman is to be cones B6C.; Sam I.eviten. rec. sec; and Martin Sunshine. treas. Those elected to the hoard of directors are: Leo Sobel, Joseph Kaplan. Ben Zimmerman. Manual Tannenbaum. Joseph Mondres. Milton Rubin, David RabinOWitZ, Charles Turk and Sidney Stepkin. On Monday. January 12 this group, together with the Miami Chapter, Women's Division of American Jewish Congress, will sponsor a games party at the Amvet Club. 420 S.W 8 ave. at 8 p.m. Unveiling Services at Mt. Nebo Sunday Unveiling services in tribute to the memory of Emanuel Gordon, who passed away November 12, 1946. after a lingering illness, will he held in Mt. Nebo Cemetery Sunday. Rabbis Max Shapiro and Irving Lehrman will officiate at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Gordon came to Miami 22 years ago from Macon, Ga. and became associated with several local Jewish organizations. He was one of the organizers of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association and the founder of the Gordon Funeral home. He was also a member of Beth David synagogue, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami Beach Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith, the Zionist Organization and the Rose Chapter Picnic At Greynolds Park Rose Chapter B'nai B'rith women will hold a picnic for members >n Sunday, at the Greynolds Park, it has been announced by President Mrs. Maxine Reinhard. Persons interested in attending .he affair are advised to contact Miss Betty Ann Weintraub. chairman at 3-5926. The chapter has announced a library program to be held at the home of Miss Weintrub. 1059 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach, on Tuesday, December 23, at which time Mrs. Philip Mandel chairman, will report on the book "Father and the Angels." A Jewish National Fund collection parly was held at the Lynmar hotel Wednesday, at which lime $130 was donated by the guests. The affair was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peal of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Sholem Wigodsky of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. David Wolowsky, owners ot the hotel. father of Harry, Irvin and Ike, all of Miami; and Miss Reba Gordon and Mrs. Sophie Frank of Miami: Mrs. Sue Margolis of Miami Beach; and Mrs. Laura Quitner of Los Angeles. All men that are members of jvj asons American Jewish Congress 'n f T 'he deceased was the husband other Cities ar. urged to con-1 f M[ s Adc ia Gordon and the O .act this group and affiliate with the local chapter Any one who Wa8 of tiie group that attempted to form a Miami Chapter si years ago will be given a paid up current dues card if he will present himself, it was announced. UNVEILINGS SUNDAY Unveiling services to be held in Mt. Nebo cemetery Sunday include that of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Diner of 720 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate at the 11 a.m. service. Unveiling of memorials to the memory of the late Charles Kemp of 5636 Alton id., Miami Beach. and the late Abraham Silverman of 4412 Royal Palm ave.. Miami Beach, will also take place at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. respectively. Rabbi Leon Kronish will take charge at the first and Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the 2 o'clock ceremony. Friends of the families have been asked to be present. Arrangements are under the charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Emanuel Gordon DR. HERBERT FEINBERG Chiropdist 311 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 58-2226 Announce! The opening of his office, cdfilicrted with the Normandy Isle Clinic Bldg., 1108 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle. Phone 6-3780 By appointment LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is III:I:I:I:V tliVEN IM.II KnwL .|. -ii inn to • wrage In huslm -I. ? tii.. in tit lout II.OII.t.i Drlvt In at 1100 N. W. 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-.M Y.DBCEMBBnt 1947 ^JmMthrteMam PAGE NINE Jewish Social Service Bureau Secures 224 Members Toward 1200 Quota „ the present status X£> *** Service Bu0 ( the Jtw hj drive were Kf'AiSS '*, at Temple cU Hirsch Meyer. Idav. Decemb te r B Dreideni of the JSSB, P^L the historical developTofthBureau and the role hf Saved in local Jewish com•"SJufc Lionel Elry Stone. ra i „t „f the Bureau in makffS pi lnememb.rrt.Jn T active support in the current f mSip drive, explained the 2Services of the Bureau I £ the conl.nued need for sup! £t of it^pn^ram of services by {he Jewish community. Dr Herman Selinsky spoke of the contribution to Jewish family Lb through the casework counting services of the Bureau. Herbert Scl,r urged the vigorous supp-rt of the membership ; the Jewish community in maintaining the services of the Bureau in its present campaign to secure 2.000 members. Annual membership is $5.00 and life membership is $100. It is expected committed themselves to 29 members. Thirty-seven members of %  femple Israel became members of the Bureau following an appeal made to its membership by Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Plans are currently being made for reception that members of the Board of DirerCenter. Liebow Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Liebow of 500 15th st.. Miami Beach, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their •son. Joel tomorrow morning at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Rabbi [rvinj Lehiman will officiate. Members of the congregation and friends are invited to attend eremony and that tors of the JSSB to appear before other communal agencies effort to secure their support the the A dinner is being held in the nfi m honor Sunday evening at the Blackstone hotel L-iebow Lubitz Dramatics, Singing, Dancing Program Arranged For Hadassah, Masada that the m's deficit of approximately S10.000 will be met. through its :urrent drive The membership drive has, te date resulted in a total of 224 members or the total sum of $G,625. Of this sum, only 51.120 may be used for current purposesthe remaining sum of $5505 represents life membership trust funds. Other Jewish communiity organizations have indicated their desire to be helpful in the current campaign — the Workmen's Circle (Sam Katz—Jewish Social Service Bureau delegate) have Under the professional ance of Cantor Kelemer. Miss Elya Ben Hur and Miss Jeanette Tupler, singing, dancing and dramatics will be taught to members of Junior Hadassah and Masada. These activity groups are sponsored by the Zionist Youth Commission and are under the direction of Rabbi Leon Kronish, Chairman of the Program Committee. Miss Jeanette Tupler, who will direct dramatics received her M.A. at Northwestern University and is associated with Radio Station WMBM of Miami 1; Dancing will be under the supervision of Miss Elya Ben Hur, formerly associated with Miss Dvora Lapson, Director of the Jewish Education Committee of New York. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. who will direct the singing, is a FOR RENT 2437 S. W. 13th Street Telephone 48-9530 Beautiful Room — Twin Beds Private Entrance Kitchen Privileges FOR RENT New 2-Bedroom Apartment In Duplex — S. W. Section Ready January 1st Call 48-5559 After Six MRS. B. WELKIND ROOM FOR RENT Reasonable Couple or 2 Business Girls Kitchen Privileges — Twin Beds Use of Garage 1294 N. W. 37th Street Beach B'nai B'ri Meeting Tuesday "Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto" will be dramatized by members of Clara Landau Chapter of IVnai B'rith Young Women and Tropical Lodge of Miami Beach Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m. at a meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge at the Jewish Center. 14th and Euclid ave., Walter Kovner. president announced. The one act play is under the direction of Miss Judy Rosoff and will include: Shirley Collegeman. Evelyn Kaplan. Helene Millbaucr. Josephine Zinner. Henrietta Rosenthal Jack Harris, Evans Stein, All Kaplan, and Murray Ba Harry Zukernick, program chairman of the Miami Beach Lodge announced that several amendments to the Lodge Constitution will be considered in 8 brief business session scheduled to proced the dramatic portmn ol •he evening. luidgraduate of City College of N.Y.. the New York Yeshiva, and attended Juiliard School of Music in N.Y.C. and the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. He has written many lithurgical compositions. The Cantor starred in the first Jewish Talkie, "Kol Nidre", "A Yiddishe Mama" and "Persecution." He has held Cantorial Posts in New York, Boston, Chicago, California, Rochester N.Y., and is at present at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Plans are under way for a show to be presented before other Zionist groups on January 28th in honor of "Chamisha Osar B'Shvat", Jewish Arbor Day. Rehearsals for the groups, to take place one hour before Junior Hadassah and Masada meetings, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., each Thursday evening, began yesterday at Temple Beth Sholom. Public participation is invited. 13th Anniversary Observed by Harry Days Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Day, prominent residents of Miami Beach, recently celebrated their thirteenth wedding anniversary with a dinner party in the New Surf hotel. Guests attending included Charles C. Goldberg, managing director of the New Surf and Mrs. Goldberg, Harry Nemetz, father of Mrs. Day, and Mr. and Mrs. James Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frishman, Mr. and Mrs. James Glasser, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerance, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Small, Dr. and Mrs. William Ivers, Mr. and Mrs. B. Liebow, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, Dr. Irving Albert, Sanford Pomerance and William Rubin. Present owner of J. Harry Day Men's shop. Lincoln rd.. Day was formerly manager of Leighton's. Lubitz Bar Mitzvah Stuart Lubitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lubitz of the Oxford hotel Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning in Beth David Synagogue at 9 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the services. Mrs. E. A. Goldfield, sister of the Bar Mitzvah, is giving a party for friends on Tuesday and a family dinner will take place on Sunday. Relatives from out-of-town for the ceremony are a grandmother. Mrs. Ida Oshinsky, and an aunt. '<9>Mrs. Joe Kradiman, both of New York City. Friends of the family have been invited to attend the services tomorrow. Lewis Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah of Sidney E. Lewis son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Lewis of 1223 SW. 19th Terr., will take place tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. in the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. Open house at their home Sunday will be held in his honor. Out-of-town guests here for the occasion include a grandmother, Mrs. Rose Stashkin of Chicago; uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Caplan of Brooklyn; and cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Perlisky from Hartford, Conn. Cocktail Party For Amer. Jewish Congress A cocktail party was sponsored by the American Jewish Congress Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Samuel Lipton. 6535 Allison Drive. Entire proceeds of the affair are to go towards the maintenance of the AJC refugee houses in New York Co-hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Leonard Barr and Mrs. Lipton. Office Moved Alfred Kreisler, attorney at law, announced the removal of his offices to 1009 Pan American Bank Bldg.. 117 N.E. 1st ave., Miami. He was formerly located in the Seybold Bldg.


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PAGE TEN p-Jenistfkr/Wcin FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19 194? More Than 400 Chaplains On Duty Veterans Administration Hospitals More than 400 chaplains, representing the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish faiths, were on duty in Veterans Administration hosFailh Full-time Chaplains Protestant 175 Catholic 72 Jewish 4 pitals and homes on October 1, Chaplain A. J. McKelway, director of Va's chaplaincy service, announced. Ot the total, 251 were on a full-time basis and 155 were serving part-time. Following is' a break-down of the totals by faiths: Part-time Chaplains 1 70 24 In addition to conducting services in hospital chapels. VA chaplains pay frequent visits to bedridden patients in the wards and are available for spiritual guidance at any time. Harmony Club Convert Evont To Benefit Palestine Harmony club of Miami, newly organized group devoted to musical and cultural activities, is planning a concert affair next month to raise money for Palestine. The organ ization recently sponsored a concert and dance in the Grand Ballroom of Hotel Edwards Miami Beach, before a capacity crowd of nearly 300. The evening featured Miss Ruth Secunda, professional vocalist and member of the club, with her rendition of "Yiddish Lied," written by her cousin, Sholem Secunda, foremost composer of Jewish songs. Also present December 6 was Nat Wynn, gypsy violinist and Juan and Aries, rhumba dance team. Irving Propper and his orchestra furnished music for dancing and accompaniment. Artists willing to donate their services for the forthcoming entertainment are asked to contact the program chairman, Jack Levine at 2-4709 B'nai B nth Lodge For North Beach A. J. Kaplan. Miami attorney, has been appointed temporary chairman of a new B'nai B'rith group located in North Miami Beach and tentatively called the North Shore Lodge. At their organizational meeting Dec. 7, a group of 21 men also elected Lewis Safft, secretary, and Sam Weinfeld, treasurer. Walter Kovner. president of the Miami Beach Lodge. Sam Silver, president of Sholem Lodge and C. R. Jacobson, executive secretary of the B'nai B'rith Council, were present to welcome the new group and extend best wishes to the temporary officers. Meetings will be held Sundays at 10 a.m. in the office of Leo Soloman, 920 Everglades Concourse, Normandy Isle. Those wishing to join are advised to contact Mr. Safft at 6-3897. Sakowitz Joins Hasnian & Silver Miami Attorneys Theodore J. Sakowitz has recently become a member in the firm of Milton R. Wasman and Max R. Silver, attorneys at 918 Seybold building. Sakowitz has been active in social and welfare activities in Style Show At (tables Tea A Kiddies' Fashion Show was featured at a membership t e a .sponsored by Coral Gables Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Goldie Welcher. 1808 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables. Guest speakers appearing were Rabbi Albert Michels, Director of Hillel Foundation, University of Miami, and Charles R. Jacobson. Executive Secretary of the B'nai B'rith Council. Comedian Johnny Howard acted as master of ceremonies for the afternoon and was assisted by co-chairmen Mrs. Larry Simkins and Mrs. Seymour Simon The Kiddies' Style Show was under the supervision of Mildred Collins. Serving on the committee as assistant hostesses were Mrs Leonard Platt, Mrs. A. Wellins, Mrs. A. Lewis, Mrs. Leonard Spiegel, Mrs. M. Kirschenbaum Mrs. M. Beigel Mrs. H.. Klein, Mrs. A. Papier, Mrs. J. Howard! Mrs. L. Past, Mrs. A. Losoff. Spinoza Forum Hears Professor Edward Clarke S. J. Freedman 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. DnsD nDio Telephone 5-1017 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merc h andise Washington Are. at 13th It Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St, Miami "Why They Behave Like Russians," recent book by John Fischer, will be reviewed by Edward Clarke at the Spinoza Forum tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock. Rabbi Irviing Lehrman is to be guest speaker the following Saturday. Tuesday evening the Forum meets to listen to Town Meeting of the Air which is followed by open discussion of the program topic. The public is invited to attend meetings of the forum group at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th st., Miami Beach. under the canopy on his lawn. ALS Chapter Carnival ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls is holding a gala miniature carnival at the Miami Y Sunday at 7:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Miss Julie Chabner, publicity chairman. Highlight of the evening is a mystery auction supplemented bv games, prizes, dance contests and refreshment. The public is invited. Isrolikel. Boy Cantor Schedules Local Concerts Isrolikel, the boy cantor credited by national critics with having a golden voice, will officiate at three concerts sponsored by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation at 1101 S.W. 12th ave., January 2, 3 and 4. The young vocalist has appeared in many of the leading cities in the country. Theodore J. Sakowitz Miami. Now a lifetime advisor of AZA chapter 322. he is a past president of both the local and state organizations, as well as a member of the National executive committee. The Miami attorney has currently been serving as a member of the board of directors of Miami YM & WHA and vocational guidance chairman for Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. At the University of Miami where Sakowitz received his bachelor's degree in both business administration and law, Sakowitz was president of Tau Epsilon Phi, social fraternity. He is president of the Greater Miami alumni association of the fraternity today. Since Sakowitz's association, on September 15, the firm has been known as Wasman, Silver and Sakowitz. JCRS Chanuka Dance Jewish Consumptive Relief Society held a Chanuka dance Wednesday in the Neptune Room of the Robert Richter hotel. Proceeds from the affair are being used for the organization's tubercular work. Hostesses for the evening included Mrs. Esther Pascal, Mrs. Fay Middleman. Mrs. Florence Schneider, Mrs. Sue Newman, and Mrs. Ruth Findlev. 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 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS / SERVING N-' GREATER MIAMI • CREAM • ICC CBPTy I MILK CREAM ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Kadimah Chapter Present Operaloaue An Operalogue of "Rigoletto" velops. the art!.!. .. ,, *^ Opera log will be sponsored by Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women on December 29th, 1 p.m., at the Miami Woman's Club. Dr. Arturo DiFilippi, teacher of voice at the University of Miami, will present the tenor role in the quartet of Rigoletto. Dr. DeFilippi is director of the Miami Opera Building. Cecelia Duenas, coloratura soprano, who comes from Columbia, South America, will sing "Carmoine." Most famous aria from the opera. She is enjoying a scholarship given by the Rotary Club of Miami, and also a scholvelops. the artists will parts. sln K their Prior to the p,.rf„ n Operalogue refreshments wit served with the r ,,,,,,'i, Kadimah Chapter X r! Washer is cha,r„ lan t S ft .Wa; fair. Tickets and further inform, ing Mrs. Hyman SoVtin'auS ^^ y ^ b, -"^>y comae. -1589. Beach Rfizraehj i iiaiiuii.-i Cornel* Annual Chanuka concert and Lotke party sponsored bv Miami Beach chapter ,,f Mizrachi was arship from the International Inheld Sunday, 8 pm„ at Beth J stitute. Claire Robinson, mezzo-soprano and an accomplished painter of still-life, is painting all the scenery, and will have a'supporting part in "Rigoletto". Fred Riebel, barritone, will sing the role of Montorone. Mr. Riebel studied the acting of that role with Trevisson in New York and has been with the Opera Guild seven years. Dr. Clark, lecturer and bookreviewer, will tell the story of the Opera, and as the story deHarold Shapiro Talk On WMBM Jewish Hour Harold Shapiro, general advisor of the Inter-Collegiate Zionist Federation of America chapter at the University of Miami, will be guest speaker on the Jewish News Events program Saturday, according to the director. Miss Jeanette Tupler. Regular broadcasts of local news items will also be heard. Miss Tupler's program is heard Monday through Saturday over Station WMBM at 4 p.m. Congregation. Cantor Louis Fed"r and th. Beth Jacob Glee el, h.^hX the musical p, v Friedman, violinist, Sonia Ger bert, poetess, Dora Katz, solo v 0 eahst, and six-year-old Chickie Jack, humorous recitation^ were also included .,, the enter tainment. Rabb, Moses Mescheloif was guest speaker. Chairmen for th, evening ineluded Mrs. Louis F.der. pro gram; Miss Frieda Shiftman arrangements; Mrs. Mory Goodman Mrs. Ida Friedman. Mrs. R os ^ Friedman and Mrs. Pauline Chill refreshments. 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PBJDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1947 *Jmi.tfJfci rkHan FREED PAGE ELEVEN TRAIN! "WE, THE PEOPLE" WELCOME YOU! You are a rolling, speaking, potent symbol of something that is as dear to all Americans cs life itself—carrying a restatement of our heritage to the peoples of our 48 states. FREEDOM TRAIN, you are carrying the documents that mean to us "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." Staffed by men who fought for these high principles at Leyte, Okinawa, Corregidor and on other fronts, we bid you welcome. But why? Because the meaning of freedom to "we, the people" is being carried back to us ... because we need a constant reminder not to forget what we have and why we have it. FREEDOM TRAIN, you are bringing 113 documents for us to see just documents, written and printed papers. We will see these pieces of paper —that marked our progress—and the progress of the whole world—from darkness to light—from slavery to freedom. From the Magna Carta to the message of the General who answered with the word "nuts" to the demand for surrender, the documents you are carrying are a part of our very life. If we disregard the meaning of these documents, we deliberately surrender our own liberty and freedom. We can see the Mayflower Compact on board our FREEDOM TRAIN. We can see the Declaration of Independence—a charter of and for the govern ment of the original 13 states. And, we can see our BUI of Rights, the breath of life—the very soul of the Constitution. Under that Constitution as a nation — and under that Bill of rights as a people—we have progressed from a weak nation of 13 states and 3,000,000 people—to a world power. We are the truest republic ever known to man. We have converted more luxuries into staples in our land tnan all the rest of the world corrbined. We have more of everything-because w<= have a c £ ns ltut J" that balances government, cnda Bill of Rights that permits every man and woman to expand to the full limits of their abilities. There are innumerable facets of freedom in the U. S. A. that have m-ter ..flourished elsewhere. There are countless people in America who nav made good in a big way— AND MANY OF THEM CAME HERE AS IMMIGRANTS — because only under our Bill of Rights could they use their brains freely and their talents without fear. Here in the USA, over a million people own the rails over which you are travelling. Over ten million people own the various plants from which the component parts of you, FREEDOM TRAIN, were made. BUT EVERYBODY IN AMERICA OWNS A SHARE IN THAT CONSTITUTION AND BILL OF RIGHTS—EVERYBODY. %  FREEDOM TRAIN, if we cannot catch the reflection of ourselves in the light that you are casting as you roll along from city to city, then we have betrayed ourselves and nobody else! If we fail to grasp the significance of what YOU really mean to all of us, we will have failed to live up to the heritage that was handed down to us by our two fisted. God-fearing ancestors. We salute you, FREEDOM TRAIN! What you mean to us is translated in the statement made by that great statesman, Benjamin Hill: "The Constitution is my only client—its preservation is the only fee I ask." That, NOW, should be the code by which all of us should conduct our lives. We Americans will always drop an inferior product for a better one; patronize a better shop; Try to buy a better light; get a better job; cheer for a better team; buy a better automobile. That kind of thinking and doing has made us what we are. Please. God, may we never accept any foreign "ism'-for AMERICANISM. This is our contribution of appreciation to you, FREEDOM TRAIN, and to the loyal men and woman who have assembled you, and put you on ;Lels to cover the nation as a MODERN MINUTE MAN—the Torch of Liberty. We are-all of us today-enjoying the pursuit of happiness, because of the principles that stand behind the documents you are -BWjW^g enjoy every moment of your stay in our midst-and then you can roll on through the length and bread* of America to tell the story why a government of the people, by the people and for the people, shall not perish from the earth. Published by B'NAI B'RITH uut all the land unto Proclaim Uhertu thn sunhout ^^ chapter 25 all the inhabitant thereof



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PAGE TWELVE vjmlsfi for id!for FftlDAY, DECEM BER 19, l947 CALLING All Blood Donors! The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our community ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood! 1. YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE SOS CALLS To Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami: The Jewish people of Miami Beach, individually and through their organizations, have contributed blood generously to the Blood Bank of Dade County. Their contributions have been, in a large measure, responsible for whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has achieved. During the past two years, the amount of blood and blood components issued by the Blood Bank has doubled. This has necessitated procurement of twice the number of donors formerly required, and the average dose of blood has also doubled) so that it has become increasingly difficult for the recipients to make complete replacement. This, in turn, made it necessary for the Blood Bank to procure more volunteer donors. The Blood Bank of Dade County and the people who have benefited by blood are grateful for the generous cooperation extended. At the same time, we express our gratitude and wish to point out that the need continues to grow, and that the efforts of your donors must be intensified in the future. Sincerely, ( JOHN ELLIOTT, Sc.D [ £ ^ Technical Director PLAN TO VISIT THE BANK TWICE EVERY YEAR This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors ACME SEPTIC TANK CO. 5500 N.W. 37th Ave. Miami DOUGLAS LUMBER CO. 3775 So. Dixie Highway Miami G. M. A. CLUB 150 S.E. 1st St. Miami Miami Home Milk Producers Assn. 2451 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami KURLAND APARTMENTS 1622 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach W. C. "BILL" LANTAFF Congress Bldg. Miami NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN 7135 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Normandy Resident School 1021 Biarritx Drive Miami Beach Pete's Bar & Cocktail Lounge 1137 Washington Ave. Miami Beach AL PFLUEGER—TAXIDERMIST 15400N.E. 6th Ave. North Miami ROYAL BAKING COMPANY 601 N.W. 7th St. Miami RUSS SE1FERTH—PLUMBING 543 N.W. 7th St. Miami FRANK STRAW Electrical Contractor 1236 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL 860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach Auto Lock & Hdwe. Supply 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N.W 1st St. Miami BLUE RIBBON LAUNDRY. INC. 1403 N.W. 7th Court Miami Sidney De Wolf & Son Builders 236 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami' GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc. 1338 N.W. 29th St. Miami S. PONCE STONE SHOP 3557 N.W. N. River Drive Miami JOHN E. PORTE 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Fincher Oldsmobile Motors. Inc. 1740 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Rolfe Armored Truck Service, Inc. 301 N.W. 9th Ave. Miami GREEN BROTHERS—Brokers 55 N.E. 24th St. Miami LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL 5565 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. 62 N.E. 27th St. Miami WOFFORD HOTEL 24th and Ocean Drive Miami Beach LEO GERNGROSS 4549 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach Blood Bank of Dade County 1750 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-1631



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ppiDAY, DE CEMBER 19, 1947 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LIBERAL | u Beth Sholom. 4144 Ch^aVMi.mi B.ach. Rabbi Lwn KronUh; Cantor Samu.l Ktlemer. Friday evening service at 8:15 om Rabbi Kronish will speak on The Freedom Train." An Oneg Shabbat in honor of Junior HaLsah and Masada follows the A *Xe. Sabbath service at 10:45 am Special birthday service and luncheon follows. Sunday school at 945 a m. for children from the Les of • to 14% High schcK)1 of Jewish studies, Sunday morning at 9 45 a.m. for young people over 15 years of age. Hebrew classes, alternate weekday afternoons, boys and girls 7% to 13. Nursery school, daily morning and afternoon sesMons, children from 2Ms to 5. REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th it. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jcob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 8:15 pm. In observance of "Rededication Week." Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, professor of the Chair of Human Relations at the University of Miami, will speak on the subject "Human Kelations In a Changing World." A reception tendered to Dr. and Mrs. Lovejoy, Rev. Edward Ullrich, president of the Ministerial Association and other local professors and clergy, will follow the services. Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Rabbi Raab will preach on the subject "Judaism Looks at Christianity." The Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will speak on "The Greatest Jewish Philosopher." Saturday morning services at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. Baum will be hosts to the Oneg Shabbat following both services in honor of their son, Allan's Bar Mitzvah. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301 311 Washington aye.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis J. Fader. Children's service at 4:30 p.m. Friday night services at 5 p.m. Late Kuday night forum at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will lecture on the subject "The Good In Good Will." Early Sabbath services at 6:30 a.m. Regular Sabbath 1 services at 8:30 a.m. Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Bernard will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi will speak on the subject "Guarantee For Youth." Intermediate service.-for teen age youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision of the Board of Education. Junior Congregation tor children, of elementary school age ?t 10 a.m. under the supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush served to both groups by a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed by S Seudos, Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school from 10 till noon Dail school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday night services at 5:15 Saturday morning rust m at 7 a.m. Second at 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on the jret "Not Palestine. But Yisroel." A class on the biblical portion of the week .it \i p m Mincha at 4 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos and a pi zmiros appropriate 1 ,r the occasion. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on the Sedra Daily morning services, first minyan at \ a.m.; second at 8 a.m. Class in the study of mishna follows. Daily mincha service at 5:111 followed by a class in Jewish laws and custom. Maariv at 6 p m. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Kabalos Shabbos Frida; evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday mornwig combined Junior and Senior service at 9 a.m. Sidney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Lewis, will be Bar Mitzvah. He will address the congregation and Rabbi April will respond. Mincha at 4, p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily Hebrew School from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 5:15. Late Friday night forum at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on the subject "Judah and Judea." Refreshments tendered by Mr and Mrs. A. M. Bear. Saturday morning service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak on the Weeklj Portion of the Law. Junior si 11 v ice at 10:30 a.m. Mincha at 4:45 followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily Hebrew school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "The Engineer In the Freedom Train." Services will b, dedicated to the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow will be hosts in the auditorium immediately after the services in honor of their wedding anniversary. The floral offering has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz in memory of Mrs. Schw mother. Sabbath services at 8:30 ^Jenktifhridfian a.m. Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. "S Lubitz, will become Bar I'tzvah at 9:30 am. Students services at 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah fast rlub at 8:30 SundaN % %  %  .ill boys and girls 13 and over Miami Beach Jewish Commun>'y. HIS Euclid ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 3.30 p.11. Lite Friday night service >!• 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on the subject "Greetings From Our Brethren." Saturday ning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on thi :ly Portion of the Law. Bar Mitzvah of Jerome Morton, son [r. and Mrs. Michael Leffer, and of Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Liebow. Rabbi will adthe AZA-BBG Youth servind breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Sunday religious .1 10 a.m. till noon. HebrewSchool Monday through Thurs3:30 to 0:30 p.m. Pre-Kindergarten school Monday through r.iday mornings 9 a.m. till noon LEGAL NOTICE PAGE THIRTEEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKl'l r.v UIVEN thai tllf Uriil'-I Slfc'Iieil, i' 1 Ml ,h(; I.. ,.'. MI business under ih.fictitious name "t For! in. stores HI :i r.1.. 1st Aven le, Miami, Florida, intends i" restate) said name w Ith the 1 llei k ol the 1 :ir%  int Court of 1 Mil.County, Florida. MEYER KIM., INC. PRANK I! Si 11/ Attoi in .. 'MI Petil loner lti S... 1 "hi Bull LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name M -''nl;. i r AV,)Y : number BIB v, T .'i lnl Av e""e In the City of Miami, Florida, intends to register •j" said imine with the Clerk of the circuit Court ..f Dude County. Florida j SAVOY CAPE, INC. Arpnpwlts, Welnkle & Aronowltz, Attorneys for Applicant. 18/6-18-19-26 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi'Undersigned, desiring to engage "1 DU ,s (!? under the fictitious name "f BIL-WITE PRODUCE CO., at 35 S. W, fth Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name >th the Clerk of the circuit Court "I I'lide Countv, Florida. WI1, 1,1AM WEISS, Sole Owner. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicant, 11/28. 12/.1-12-19-26. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage sines* inder the fictitious name of ECONOMY I'Ai iviwu HOUSE at Cltl of Hlaleah, Florida, intends to register said 'mine with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dude County, El'.i Mia JOSEPH BKEGMAN. LEO 8HEINER, 1204-06 Pacific Building Miami. Florida Attoi nej for Applicant 12 12-19-20 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lii.l'.l-.iii UIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol A ,\ %  ; Plumbing Contractors at il-l (i.ean Blvd., N. Miami Beach, Ma. intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Uade County, Florida. .\A I'HAN HIIUKMCK DAVID AUGUSTUS Bl'RNETT ROTH Attorni 1 for Petition" rs 112 O Hog. 12 19-26 1 2-9-H j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the rlctltlous name of MONDRES AND COMPANY at 90S Langford Building, Miami, Florida, 1 Intend to register said name with We clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morlda. IMIROTHY MONDRES JOSEPH It. MoNDRES %  12/12-18-84 l/2-li lift A W*-Zu AND ffPttADS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in In.the fictitious name of Robert Leonard Co. mot Inc.) l W. S2nd Street, Miami, Fla. inlends t" reglstei said name with the Llerfc ol the Circuit Court of Dud* county, Florida HI • KRIS' FRIKDHERG. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Applicant 12 12-19-26 % %  ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tin. 1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND |.-,,i; DADE COI NTY FIA>RIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 113568. Sti n, Plaintiff, vs. Irving st.-m. Defendant To IRVING 8TB1N, II MldwOOd Street, Brooklyn, New York v,.,i an hereb) ordi n d to file your 1. 1 to the lull ol i-omulaint for divorce filed against you SYDELL STEIN on or before tne .,*. ntcellth daj ••' jBnuary, J 1 *K.H Ions of said 01" will be laki n as 1 onfi seed against LK>.\E \M> ORDERED this seven1,, ntii ''" 'I ''" ember, A.D. UWt. "' %  %  E B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk "i Circuit Court. r S, H vM. c QRBEN. 1 leputy Clerk. ;K .1 TALI VNOFF Plaintiff 12/19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol Wll.CK'S ORIGINAL SAMPLE SHOP at 211 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of tne circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDITH K. WIliCK Petitioner. MYERS, HEl.MAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner 12 12-19-26 1/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 20160 IN THE MATTER of the Guardianship of: SUSIE MATHIS. A Mental Incompetent. Notice of Application to Sell Property NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, ETHEL, R1DGWAY, as Guardian of SUSIE MATHIS, has filed in the County Judge's Court, in and for Dade County, Florida, a Pelition for Authority to receive, manage, control, dispose of. remove and sell at private sale, for the purpose of said removal, the following real estate and personal property of SUSIE MATHIS, In Dade County, Florida, to v. it |y>t Fifteen (1">). Block Seven 17) of WWKBMU'B ESTATti LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, a Subdivision in Dade County, Florida, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 2 at Page 46 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida: also The Furniture and Furnishings and Household Equipment contained in the Dwelling Houses located on the said real estate herelnabove described. Notice is given that the undersigned, as such Guardian, intends to apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge, at his office In the Courthouse, in Miami. Dade County, Florida, at the hour of 11 o'clock A. tt., on the Sth" day of January. 1H4S, for authority to sell the property herelnabove described, at private salt, for the purposes aforesaid, and that said Petition shall be presented to the said JudKe at same time and nine* THIS 26th day of November, A. O., 1917. ETHEI. RIDGWAY. as Guardian of SUSIE MATHIS. V7A8MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Petitioner. 11/28. 12/5-12-19. 8 RACES DAILY With America's Leading Stake Horses |UI HMU IS mi *t *m M WHHOBlll cam ysassa u '• ou tuna — u I. %  inn II.H'H HI 111. a mm '• *"" N o R THo^^o;^"^ H ,GHWAYNO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of ALLENS TRADING STORE at 14a Northwest Fourteenth Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said nam with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. Ill 'I'll Mil.I.Kit Wasman, Silver A: Sakowltl Attorneys for Applicant 12/19-26 1 8-91 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "f M A S GROCERY at 1416 N.W. 17tn Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ALBERT F SHANNON Petitioner. MYERS. HEl.MAN AKAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner. 12 19-26 1, 2-9-H 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 1166 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 Dade County, Florida. JACK GOTTL.IEB. HARRY SMITH, EDWARD H. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicants. 11/21-2K. 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 ROXY HOTEL, at 2632 North Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uade County, Florida. JACK KAUFMAN. Applicant. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 11/21-28. 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 MICHIGAN KAR at Uade county, Florida. Intend to register said namn with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN S1EMASZ. ANNA S1EMASZ. SAM SILVER, Atturne" for Applicants. 11/21-2S. 12/5-12-19. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ll'I'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FUiltlDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 113.130. KATHRY.N MUELLER, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM MUELLER, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO WILLIAM MUELLER. %  •> Van N'-ss Avenue Rutherford. New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-styled cause on or before the 19th das of January, mifc; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Com plaint will be taken as confessed against you. Lei this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FlA'RIDlAN, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. DATED this 16 day of December, E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff I7u3 Congress Building Miami 12, Florida 12/19-26 1/1-9 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Benjamin Juffe Is now the sole owner of Fox's Auction Callenes and B West New Street Glashoro, New Jersey You ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance in the above divorce action on or before January i>. 1*48, otherwise a Decree Pro Coiitess,, will be entered against you in accordance with the laws of the State ol Florida. DATED this 10th day of December, A.D. U17. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KKE1SLER Attorney for Plaintiff 1009 Pan American Bank Building Miami. Florida 12/12-19-26 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ol AIRWAYS RADIO & ,.,...CrRON IC CO. (Not Inc.), at 1464 S. W. Sth St Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING SCHULMAN. 11/2R. 12/.1-12-19-26. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlne to engage In business under the fictitious name of SEMlNoi.K GROCERY, at 134 E. 1st Avenue, Hlaleah. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F, rlda SIMON GKOSS. Sole Owner. SAM SILVER. Attorney for Applicant. H/28. 12,5-12-19-2f.



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PAGE FOURTEEN +JmlslhfUrkllnn FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 194, "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. • .• WASHINGTON TRENDS: Jewish Agency representatives are making serious efforts in Washington to secure tanks and planes for the defense of the jews of Palestine The Arab c mntries have already acquired $41,000,000 worth of surplus U.S. war material left in the Middle Fast at the end of the war The embargo recently imposed by the State Department on arms shipments to Palestine or other Middle East countries hits the Jews and plays into the hand;of the Arabs ... The State Department's newest policiy la reminiscent of the "neutrality" displayed by "the United States during the Spanish civil war, which—as all admit now—served i nly the interests of Franco fascism Who in the period fritr 1936 to 1939, did not know that Franco was receiving arms in plans from Hitler and Mussolini, and that only the Loyalists needed American aid? And who. now, does not know that the Aral countries can buy all the arms they want from any country they .-ish, and that only the Jews depend on the U.S. for arms? Moshe Shertok had several private conversations tins week on !he subject with officials of the State Department And more talks on the same point are to I e expected Zionist leaders in America are determined to do what they can to convince the S Government that the lives f the Jews in Palestine depend primarily on the amount of defense material they can get from .his country • • COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: Th" Jewish Institute of Religion in New York and the Heirew Union College of Cincinnati will soon merge The final terms are now being negotiated by Dr. Stephen S. Wise and the Hoard of Governors of the Cincinnati institution Plans are being prepared to bring more than 200 distinguished American Jews and non-Jews to Palestine as I guests of the Wcizmann Insti• tute They will be transported on a chartered ship and will arrive in time to attend the formal opening of the Weizmann Institute this spring Make no mistake about the American Jewish Conference becoming a permanent organization ... The leaders >f the Conference, are anxious to -lake it clear that as a result of the Chicago decision, the Conference will cease to exist as such The new permanent organzation may not even bear the name of the American Jewish Conference However, all asti and liabilities of the Confer %  nee— a nd. without doubt its staff —will be transferred to the new >rganization Incidentally, I. L. Kenen. administrative secretary of the Conference, who was "loaned" to the Jewish Agency luring the United Nations session n Palestine, has decided to remain with the Conference Don't be under the impression hat the problem of the displaced fews is solved now that a Jewish State is coming into existence Under the best of circumstances Jewish leaders in Palestine do not foresee the possibility of accepting more than 75,000 displaced Jews annually for the next two And the total number of Jews in refugee camps in Europe today exceeds 200,000 Jewish leaders in the United States are still hoping that Conmess will pass the Stratton Bill under which more refugees could be admitted into the United States. Lt. Rimer Assigned To Panama Canal Zone First Lieutenant Harry P. Rimer has been assigned to the 530th Aircraft Control and Warning group in the Panama Canal as assistant group surgeon, according to a recent announcement b> the Army. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rimer of 1669 Jefferson ave Miami Beach is a graduate of Miami Beach H.ph school and Emory University. Quick Starts Long Life ^ *IAMTV*Htl* BATTERIES Jewish Quiz Box Q. What ii "Ytokor"? (Submitted by MM. A. K., Miami. Florida). „ A. "Yizkor" is the colloquial name given to the special memorial service for the dead that is recited on the Day of Atone ment the second day of Shevuos (Pentecost), the last day of Passover and that last day of the Succoth Holiday (Shemin Atzeres). The name "Yizkor" literally means "remember" and is derived from the first word ol the liturgy for that service. Another name for it is "Hazkora."Neshomos" (the recollection 01 the souls). Q. Why is "Yislcor" said at these appointed times? A. The Jewish festival wa: not considered ideally completi unless it took every measure tt link the generations and establisl the continuity of the people ol israel. It was probably with this underlying motive that the custom was established to recite spe;ial prayers for the dead on every major festival. The Day of Atonement probably had a reason all of its own Since it was the most serious dav >f the year and earnestness and piety were the keynotes, nothinj would bring more solemnity t( the minds of the worshipper: than to bring back the memorof the departed at a special serv* ice. As far as the festivals wen concerned a great psychologica motive may have been the underlying factor. One who really observes the festival cannot help but think of the years gone b. when he celebrated it with hi; departed relatives. In' order t( give expression to this sentimen and to lighten the soul of tht observer, "Yizkor" was established. Some writers regard the threi festivals as reminders of the threi Patriarchs and consequently ; pause for remembering them was .njected into the liturgy. Ha skin Family Present Torah A torah will be presented to the Miami Hebrew School an.. Junior Congregation by Sam Raskin and family of 1012 N.W. 2nd st.. December 23 at 7:30 p.m. Following the ceremony which accompanies the presentation, refreshments will be served through the courtesy of the Raskin family. Jr. League Announces Committee Changes Howie Levine, newly elected president of the Junior League of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, changed chairmanship of certain committees at a recent meeting. New program chairman is Norma Green; Arnie Berman, record chairman; and Harry Hersh, door rommittei chairman. Dtpenda bi llty • Performance • Long life nixre TIRE co P^ MIAMI MIAMI RfATH • 101 S. W. First Street 5327 N. Miami Ave.. 3539 N.W. 17th Ave. MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1S40 Alton Roaei MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS —and— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark the Resting Place of Your Loved Ones." Experinced In Miami Since 192S THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 3253 S. W. 8th St. Two-Story White Building —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. Kashruth Organization Adds 2 Butchers The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. community wide kash•uth organization in the Greater Miami and Miami Beach area, announces the addition of two new butcher establishments to the already existing numerous establishments'under its current supervision. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, a participating agency f the Greater Miami Jewish %  federation, is concerned with the mprovement of all conditions regarding kashruth problems, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky director stated. "For the protection and ;ecurity of the consumer, tht vaad Hakashruth requires the display of the GMVH emblem and ej M H



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rEmAV ^DECEMBra 19. 1947 T^j soFbuR TIMES An Of THl WUJOR FWTURli Of NEW YORK'S MUSICM U •* Wl StRIB Of STARLIGHT SUMMER •QKErt Hill m TW C,TY tSUMt STADIUM BORN IN GERMANY IN >S49 WHEN IS IEWIS0HN JOINED HIS BROTHERS IN THE U.S. TOGETHER.THEY WENT INTO BUSINESS LARGELY MINING. WHERE THEY ACCUMU IATED THEIR WEALTH. 9, Jelstitk>ridriari PAGE FIFTEEN .— -.i NORMAN and SOI NODE! %  • m KHOOA I SIMO" IEWIS0HN WAS A PIOMEER IN THE CAUSE OF CHIVO Wtlf ARE HE DONATED LARGE SUMS TO THE HEBREW TECHNICAL SCHOOL FOR AltlLS, JOHNS HOPKINS AND COLUMBIA UNIVERSITIES,AND MT.SINAI HOSPITAL. A FOUNDER OF THE FEDERATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF JEWISH PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETIES IN NY., IEWIS0HN CONTRIBUTED OYER *200,000 TO IT WRING HIS LIFETIME. IN WI5.1EWIS0HN ANNOUNCED A GIFT-HOW ONE Of N.Y.Cf CHIEF ATTACTK)NS-THE STADIUM Of THE COLLE6E OF THE CITY OF NEW VORK. DEDICATED IN 1915, THE BEAUTIFUL GRECIAN AMPHITHEATER HAS BEEN THE SCENE Of MANY MUSICAL TRIUMPHS. BECOMING INTERESTED IN THE HEBREW SHELTERING GUARDIAN SOCIETY, LEWISOHN PROMOTED TNE OPENING OF ITS MOOEl C0TTA6E HOME iH PIUSANTVIIU-.NY IN 1912. IH 1924,INTERESTED IN TRADE AND AGRI CULTURAL TRAINING FOR DESTITUTE EUROPEAN JEWS.IEWISOHN HELPED ORGANIZE THE ORT.MtO SPENT THE NEXT 14 TRS IN ITS CAUSE. HE DIED III 1938, AGED 89. THREE YEARS LATER A SOCIAL CENTER BEARING HIS NAME WAS DONATED 8Y THE FAMILY TO NY CITY COLLE6E. HERE THE EVER-CHANGING YOUTH ARE PERVADED BY THE SPIRIT Of GENEROSITY. LOYALTY, AND FAIR PLAY EXEMPLIFIED BY THAT 6REAT PHILANTHROPIST^^.^ A : v immlsl m \ Philadelphia Visitor Volunteer For Chest Restaurant Division Spark plug of the important restaurant division in the 1948 campaign of the Community Chesl of Dude County is a perennial volunteer worker, not only here, but in Philadelphia. He is Benjamin F. Bernheim, a retired wholesale restaurant supply man .who winters at 8200 Byron ave., Miami Beach, but ifcoce home is in the Quaker City. Last year the Chest campaign rommitter missed him because he decided to Rive California a winter trial. This year, when O. C. (Jack) Corbin, drive chairman was working on plans for 1948 he wondered what had become of Bernheim, who in other years could always be counted upon to exceed his quota of gifts in the restaurant division. Hardly had Corbin raised the Question, when into the Community Chest headquarters at 127 NW, 2nd • strolled Bernheim. "When do I go to work?" ho asked. "1 had a record year in Philadelphia on the chest drive this fall and I feel I can repeat again hi i Breathing a sigh of relief, Corbin promptly assigned Bernheim he reatauranl division for soliciting funds. Community Chest volunteer *rk is sort of an avocation foi wnhcmi He has been collecting !" Feather funds for the Philadelphia chesl f„r 35 years. He s aided the Dade county drive for %  everal winter*. Bernheim has a regular working day when it comes to aiding "M; Community Chest. 1 fitt up around 6 ^collected from my first call get up ..round 6 a.m., and lave col he explained. "I work in Jedily until ;, round u 30 m 'h S about the latest you can bu-s, n ,s, with restaurant men. generally have lunch with J. LEO EHRLICH C ^opodist-Foot Specialist nounce The Opening Of S 0ffice At > Lincoln Road 5!* Nat Bank Blda. ^'•368^69 Phon. 5-0025 2l T v J 2 Hotel McAlpm W Empire State Blda. "•w Yorlc City my last contributor of the morning and perhaps take him to the races with me in the afternoon. Sometimes, aftei the races, I'm able to get the donor to increase his contribution." Miolciii Lodge Opera l\-iri x January II Launching its cultural program for 1948, Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rrth will sponsor its second annual Opera party on Jan. 14. Wednesday evening at a per; ance of "Rigoletto". at the Miami Senior High School Auditorium. Marx Feinberg. has again be iappointed Chairman of the project. He announces that a block of 200 tickets has been made available to members of Sholem Lodge by Dr. Arturo Di Filippi. Director of the Miami Opera Guild.. Opera party groups will be afforded first choice of tickets. which are on sale at $3.60. S4 20. and $4.80. Tickets are available at the office of Mr. Feinberg. or at the Sholem Lodge office. 330 Seybold Building. Charles N. Smolikoff. Slate Director of the Florida State CIO Council, will address members of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. at their weekly luncheon today, at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtown Club. Mr. Smolikoff'i subject will be "The CIO vs. Anti-Semitism." CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-CALLON BOTTLE 7 5c D| w Bottle DipeiHl PHONE 7-4128 Topp's Host To Old Peoples Home Topp's restaurant will be the scene of a dinner party given for 200 people of the Old People's Home of Miami Tuesday. The affair is being sponsored by various local civic groups through the efforts of radio announcer and columnist. Jack Knfoed. George Greenspan, operator of Topp's said that several of his waitresses had given up much of their free time to prepare corsages for the guests. Mrs. Greenspan has asked Mrs. Lou Stoff and Mrs. Lou Lipman to assist her with the committee of host%  The annual aftair was held at Topp's two years ago when inspan last managed the establishment. I Peterson Candidate To I Railroad Commission Marcus D. Peterson has announced his candidacy for a seat on the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission. Born in Trenton. Florida, Peterson studied at the Florida Normal MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY A$ A BEAR, "ACA$E OF NERVES," SHE SAID. SO I SUGGESTED MILE* NERVINE AND^ENTHEROFF TO BED. 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PAGE SIXTEEN Jewish fhridlton FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, Beach Jewish Center Drive Starts; Volunteer Workers Report $56,610 Raised Miami Beach Jewish Community Center 1947-48 Campaign for $150,000 additional funds commenced Tuesday. At the first report meeting held last night at the Chevra Kadishah Banquet at the Victor Hotel George J. Talianoff, general chairman of the drive, reported at the conclusion of the second day of the campaign that a total of $56,610 had thus far been raised. With the knowledge that more than one-third of the goal had been reached, Talianoff urged the fifty volunteer workers to cover their prospect cards in order to assure the attaining of the goal. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Center, whose return Tuesday from an extended tour of Europe and Palestine, marked the opening of the drive, lauded the campaign leaders and workers last night for their "splendid beginning." Pointing to the inadequacy of the facilities at the present Center building, Rabbi Lehrman stated: "Ours is a truly significant contribution to the religious, cultural and rePEST CONTROL Complete hone 3-4848 449 w, Flag] •r St ^JjB8 (OM-ll'l Pi.-t ONIHUL Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Bitcayna Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 VE NTT IA'PTB L I N D C oYlrlC High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN III IM>\ Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 creational life of our community." Joseph M. Rose, president of the Congregation, paid tribute to the efforts of the campaign workers stating: "This is an undertaking which has the wholehearted support of our membership and our community. We have undertaken this great task ourselves without any paid professional assistance. I lake pride in the fact that everyone of our workers from George J. Talianoff, right down the line, have volunteered their services." The present campaign is a clean-up drive, approximately $300,000 having been previously raised in 1945-46 for the erection of the new Center building. Upon completion, the edifice is expected to be the largest Jewish place of worship in the South. The structure will include a main Synagogue Chapel with a seating capacity of 1,600, an auditorium and social hall accommodating 1,000, a library, twenty-one classrooms and several administrative offices. It will have a dome of original Palestinian design. It is expected that the new building will be available for occupancy between this coming Passover and the High Holy Days. In addition to Talianoff. the campaign leaders include Samuel Friedland, chairman Building fund division; Abraham Goodman, chairman initial gifts committee; Joseph M. Rose, president of the congregation; I. Louis Mintzer. special gifts; Ed. Singer, hotel division; Mayer H. Frankel, tourist's division; Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey. women's division; Jack D. Burris, general solicitation division; Alfred Stone, construction committee; Bernard Feiner, real estate division; Herman Berk, legal committee; Archie Brick, publicity committee; Harry Sirkin, rating committee; Isidore Goldberg, trades committee. The team captains are: Nat H. Hankoff, Alex Sussman, Joseph M. Lipton and Oscar Mamber. Daniel M. Broad, chairman of the seating committee, is at the office of the Center. 1415 Euclid ave., to arrange for the sale of permanent seats in the new Center. Jr. Il;ulassali Coronation Ball Coronation Ball of the Greater Miami unit of Junior Hadassah will take place Saturday, December 27 at the Beach Cabana club for all old and new members of the organization. Memberships will be accepted at the door the night of the formal. Crowning of "Miss Membership," the member who has recruited the most new members, will highlight the evening's plans The winner is to have her name inscribed on a gold loving cup. Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah. under the direction of Miss Edyth Fleischer, sponsored a game party last night at the President hotel. Miami Beach. L i:0 I ISI >S I I I \ • Realtor Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 12 Yeart of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach the orlqinal JQ/EPH J.RAWL/On 0rtmMim UPHOLSTERING SUP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coat I Come fa or Phone For Oar lapreseafative jmigm WA; TtV • %  I riRST AVE in 3 015"' ANTILIA MOTfl CORAL GAfiLlS P. S(_r U> LI % HLVO SAM PICCIOLO Italian American Dinners Po'iruilv o* M.m, Bc.irh luHs bEA FOOD %  'ill'. DINNfK TRULY NOLEN. 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He has been heard on the radio many times and has a number of recordings to his credit, the most famous of which "The Anniversary Waltz," has already sold over a half million copies. He is also gifted with a talent for the violin which he will display publicly for the first time, Sunday. The Feder Sisters have done work for the National and Clinton Theaters in New York as well as lead.ng ipotstalX Phia, Boston, Chicago an""i others. and many Jack Baker, concert mi • and Frieda Kle.n. piajH also participate in C W| with many of their Sw£** lections. "vunie se. Tickets for Sunday's nr !" may be obtained at't^H Arms hotel, 727 Collins ave S ami Beach, or at the bo* Of the school after B* 0 H night of the show Pm ll *l Rabbi Isaiah WeiruTa^b P io neer Mixrachi leader, will L guest speaker at Beth W congregation 5 p. m Su b The orator will speak !" y Object "The Needful Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. 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Miami, Fla
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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jMjlie\wiislUElliDiciidliiaun
^ME 20 -NUMBER 51
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMirFLORiDATraiDAY, DECEMBER ifl igd7
PRICE: TEN CENTS
UJA Sets $250,000,000 1948 Goal
Morgenthau Named Drive Chairman
Overseas Delgates Report;
[ami To Lead Campaign
0\crscas Trio
Accept Office
When the three members of
Greater Miami's overseas mis-
sionMrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Max Oro-
vitzrelumed to New York
ATLANTIC CITY, N. I. Dec. 14 (Special) -Twenty-two Mi-
ami Jewish leaders, including three just returned from Palestine
where they witnessed reactions to the UN decision on the Holy! last week, the first thing they
Land, participated in the extraordinary national conference did- af*er communicating with
history-making 5250,000,000 goal for the establishment and se-
here of the United Jewish Appeal which today adopted a
curity of the Jewish state, increased aid to distressed Jews in
Europe, and expanded refugee assistance in the United States.j acceptance of the co-chairmen-
Mrs. Monte Selig, Maxwell Orovitz and Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, who arrived here by air following a six week tour of
Europe and Palestine, reported on their overseas experience to
the more than 1300 delegates assembled here from all parts of
the country to formulate a 1948 program for Jewish reconstruc-
tion in Palestine, Europe and the United States.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, speaking for his two colleagues, de-
scribed popular reaction in Palestine as news arrived of the
UN decision creating separate and independent Jewish and j
Arab states. "I saw 172 young people arrive in Tel Aviv from J
their outlying settlements and literally kiss the ground as
others ran widely through the streets celebrating the end of
more than 2,000 years of Jewish homelessness and wandering,"
he said.
Rabbi Lehrman, Mrs. Selig and Mr. Orovitz are the first
outstanding Jewish leaders to return to this country since an-
nouncement of the Palestine partition on November 29th.
The 22 local conferees, led by Jacob Sher, president of the t
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, took part in discussions lead-
ing to adoption of the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal goal
for the coming year and joined in urging the mobilization of
American Jewry to implement the decision of the United Nations
giving statehood to the Jewish people in Palestine.
The 1948 campaign of the Miami Jewish community to help
raise the local quota toward the nation wide $250,000,000 goal
will be the first of more than six thousand community drives
to be undertaken in the coming year for support of the United
Jewish Appeal Agencies, the joint distribution committee, United
Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans.
their families, was to phone
Jacob Sher, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and inform him of their
ship of the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal.
"After what we saw in
Europe and Palestine, we could
not possibly refuse the appoint-
ment." said Max Orovitz, as
spokesman for the trio. "I speak
foi all of us when I say that
we will give every ounce of
support to Chairman Joe Stein
and help him make a success
of the coming campaign which,
in our opinion, will be the most
vital in the history of our
people."
UJA Chairman Morgenthau Greets Miamians
Jacob Sher, pretident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., General Chairman of the United Jew.sn
Appeal; Mrs. Monte Selig. and Joseph R. Stein, recently designated
Chairman of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal for is.__
Arabs Threaten To Wage War
Until Jewish State Destroyed
JERUSALEM. (JTA)A new
"*b threat to wage a war to the
"rush against the partition plan
aaikened the shadows lying over
Palestine on the eve of the Christ-
mas season.
The Arab league proclaimed
n Lair,, last night, at the 61ose
of .1 R conference of leaders
seven Arab states, its in-
entl"n t fight to the end
the United Nations de-
Son to split the Holy Land into
separate Arab and Jewish states
All British and Arab polk.
were withdrawn from Tel Aiv
and its suburbs this week and
the responsibility for mainten
ance of law and order in an,,,,
comprising nearly one-thfcrf*
the projected Jewish State was
(Continued on Page 4>
Washington Seeks
To Eliminate
Quota System'
WASHINGTON, (JTA)
Prompt elimination of the "quota
system" in many schools and col-
leges throughout the United
States which exclude Jews. Ne-
I arid others is called for in
a report of the President's Com-
mission on Higher Education is-
sued this week by the White
House.
The commission, which in-
cludes Rabbi Stephen S. Wise,
president ol the American Jewish
among its twenty-nine
members and is headed by
George F. Zook, president of the
American Council on Education,
assailed the quota system as "cer-
tainly un-American" and unjust-
"on any grounds compati-
ble with democratic principles."
President Ti uman, in a state-
ment accompanying the report.
that the nation is "chal-
lenged by the need to insure that
education take its proper
place in our national effort to
Strengthen democracy at home
and to improve our understand-
ing of our friends and neighbors
everywhere in the world."
[n the fust six volumes to be
issued under the general title of
a ion for American
Democracy," the Commission de-
clares that the selective quota ad-
mission system maintained by
many colleges and universities
particularly in their professional
,1s. denies to certain minon-
P ,: ticularly to Negroes and
, chance to learn. "This
nractke is a violation of a major
American principle," the report
states "and is contributing to the
rig tension in one of the
crucial areas of our democracy.
The quota, or 'numerous
dMHf Is certainly un-^neri-
can i, is European in original and
application, and we have lately
witnessed on that continent the
(Continued on Page 4)
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)A minimum of $250,-
000,000 was this week set as the 1945 goal of the
United Jewish Appeal by the 1,200 delegates at-
tending the UJA's national conference here. The
decision was reached following an all-day discus-
sion in which leaders from Jewish communities
throughout the country participated.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., former Secretary of the
Treasury, was drafted by acclamation to serve
again as general chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for the coming year.
The conference also adopted a resolution urging that all
sums above the 5250,000,000 "shall be devoted to the establish-
ment of the Jewish State." The resolution urges all communities
to conduct their campaigns as early in 1948 as possible because
of the urgent reguirements in the first half of the year.
Referring to the opportunity created by the U.N. decision
on Palestine, the resolution emphasized that the greatest chal-
lenge any generation of Jewry has ever faced stands before
the Jews of the world. "In order to achieve the historic task
which destiny has assigned us, the whole of American Jewish
communal Ue in the year 1948 must mobilize all resources of
devotion, manpower and funds for the supremely urgent needs
of the United Jewish Appeal," the resolution said. "May we be
egual to the responsibilities and privilege which Providence,
our people and the peoples of the world have now given us."
Quarter-Billion Goal Falls Short of Actual Needs
Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, in presenting the resolution for adop-
tion of the largest quota in the history of American Jewish philan-
thropy, stated that in any other year such a goal by the U.J.A.
"might have been fantastic." However, he pointed out, for the Jews
all over the world the year 1948 is far from an ordinary one, since
a Jewish National Commonwealth is to be rebuilt within that year
on a vastly-accelerated scale.
"We must not lose sight of the fact that the goal which has been
recommended, however large, is still seriously short of the demons-
trated needs of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Pales-
tine Appeal and the United Seivice for New Americansthe three
agencies whose programs we must finance through the U.J.A. The
record sum which you are asked to approve is the absolute minimum
required to carry on the life-saving and vitally necessary programs
of these agencies," he said.
The $250,000,000 quota was approved following the presentation
of record-breaking budgets for the coming year by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United
Service for New Americans, totalling $395,367,000. Of this sum
5283,000.000 is required by the UPA and its constituent agencies, more
than $98,000,000 will be needed by the JDC and $13,000,000 by the
USNA.
Isador Coons, executive vice-chairman of the UJA, reported to
the conference that more than $125,000,000 has been raised so far
this year and that the figure might reach $132,000,000 before the end
of 1947. This total surpassed the amount contributed last year by a
minimum of $23,000,000. More than 5,000 communities participated
in the 1947 campaign. Coons said.
The presentation of the needs of the three agencies was made
bv Eliezer Kaplan, for the UPA, Moses A. Leavitt, for the JDC, and
Joseph E Beck for UNSA. In presenting the first blueprint for
financing the Jewish state, Kaplan said that $95,000,000 will be
needed Tor the reception, care, housing and integration of 75,000
Jewish refugees who are expected to reach Palestine next year. He
idded that the Jewish Agency would g'.ve priority in its settlement
program to 24,000 orphaned children all of whom will be brought
to the Jewish state in 1948.
U.J.A. to Send "Economic and Defense Delegation"
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)The five-day national conference
of the United Jewish Appeal at its closing session this week de-
cided to send a group of 50 American Jewish leaders to Pales-
tine as a flying "Economic and Defense Delegation" to the
Jewish State. The delegation will leave for Palestine early in
February.
$28,000,000 Needed for Defense
A minimum of $28,000,000 will be needed in 1948 for the de-
fense of the Jewish state, Kaplan estimated. This would include
establishment of a Jewish militia, training and maintenance of a
Jewish police force and for Haganah equipment.
Kaplan indicated that the UPA will spend $27,5000,000 in the
ramin Vear for agricultural development of the state and a total
nf 25 000 000 for urban developments including the promotion of
industry and the establishment of public institutions. The JNF ne
said, will require about $85,000,000 for land acquisition and participa-
tion in colonization activities.
On the question of financial aid, Mr. Kaplan said that the State
Department, the Import and Export Bank and the International
Rank would be approached for loans to make up the funds that are
not nrovWed for in the total UJA quota for 1948. He revealed for the
nrst time that a four-year plan has been evolved for the develop-
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PAGE TWO
*-Jenisi>fkrMiw
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,
1947
>:
I '\\ isniin Talk
Fling* ChalhVnge
Corresponding with Ludwig
Lewisohn's assertion Saturday
night in Temple Israel that the
future of Jewish literature de-
pends upon the response given
by the Jewish reading public.
B'nai B'rith Council, has an-
nounced its intentions to make
Jewish Book Month an annual
occurrence in Miami.
Lewisohn's appearance was the
largest single observance of Book
Month in Miami sponsored by the
book council, which includes
leaders of B'nai B'rith and the
Bureau of Jewish Education. A
near capacity crowd of over 700
heard the noted lecturer and au-
thor discuss the Palestine situa-
tion which he expressed as "our
own fight."
Through the efforts of Max
Meisel. president of the Bureau.
.1 book exhibit was displayed fol-
lowing the lecture. Director of
the Bureau. A. P. Gannes has
Miami Y Sponsored Golden Age Club
To Elect Permanent Officers Sunday
for permanent (suited in increasing attendance.
Nominations
officers of the Golden Age
Friendship Club will be held De-
cember 28 at the Miami YM &
WHA. according to temporary
chairman. Isaac Englandcr.
Members have been asked to be
present for a full participation in
selection of leaders for 1948. Elec-
tions will take place January 4.
Meeting regularly on Sunday
afternoons at the Miami Y. the
club is organized to appeal to
those over 50 years of age. Re-
sponse to the new activity re-
Activities of the social group
have included celebration of the
rebirth of Palestine and a Cha-
nuka party. Plans include the or-
ganization of a daily program of
activities of special interest to the
membership.
All residence of the community
over 50 have been invited by the
Y to attend meetings every Sun-
building. 450 S.W. 16th ave. In-
quiries are directed to the spon-
day at 3 p.m. at the Miami
soring organization, at 3-5489.
estimated that a total of approx-
imately 2.000 Jewish Miamians
have viewed the exhibit, as a
result >>f which over 100 copies
1 if hooks have been sold. .Twenty
autographed copies 0/ Lewisohn's
ti :. were bought at
the Temple Israel affair and 15
to 20 more have been ord red
Rare 16th and 17th century Jew-
ish ceremonial articles recently
retrieved from the Nazis, were
also displayed.
Oneg Shabbat For
Deborah Hadassah
Deborah group of Senior Ha-
dassah is holding an Oneg Shab-
bat membership tea at 1:30 to-
afternoon in the patio of
pie Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Perry Sewell, Soul
rial Director and member of
the national board of Hadassah.
will be guest speaker. Canl
Samuel Kelemer will lead the
- up in singing.
Members are urged to attend
and bring their friends. Refresh-
ments will be served.
A. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

1420 Congress Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
National Council
Seeks Local
Relatives For DP's
A new list of displaced persons
in Europe seeking information
about relatives in this area has
been released by the National
Council of Jewish Women. Any-
one bearing any pertinent facts
regarding persons sought are
asked to contact the office of the
N.C.J.W. in the Congress Bldg.
Joseph Biller of Wroctaw. Po-
land, is seeking Louis Geffner
son of Elo and Mrs. Seifer: Ortruc.
Berg of Bavaria. Germany, de-
rives information about Erice
Troeger, nee Klingenberg. about
43 years old. born Riga, Latvia:
.Miss Marian Schwartz of 2165
N.W. 62nd St.. Miami, is seeking
Judy and Eva Zimmerman who
arrived from Sweden in 1946 to
visit uncle in Miami: Max Jakob-
\:'./. Germany, looking for. Miss
Julia Land. Miami Beach.
Zew Shteinberg. Palestine,
news of S/i :11a Gunshur. furrier,
who was married to Zew*s sister.
Hela. now deceased: Bernhard
Banilover, Germany, about his
sister, Clara Bader: Ruth Jose-
phine Hart Drechsler, Palestine
seeking lie: aunt. Dinni Fialkow.
sister of Rosa who is Mrs. Adolf
Hart, and Alois Hart, furrier.
who left V.nna about 1939; Leo
Pesate. Rumania, for Lotte and
Mali Rosenfeid. husbands named
Adolph and Simon, originally
Vienna, last living in Belgium,
now believed to be in Florida.
Installation meeting of the
Pioneer Women, Club No. 2,
will take place Tuesday at the
Beth Jacob Congregation, Mi-
ami Beach.
The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association
Tin: 1.111: VI I II .MIAMI
YAAIl IIAKASIIIII III
This communal project is a participating agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the following
congregations and rabbis:
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman
The Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Miami
Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Mi-
ami Beach
Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Maker's Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
Maker's Live Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
S. & H. Live Poultry. 320 Collins Ave.
Royal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only). 515 Collins Ave.
Berman's Live Poultry. 87 Washington Ave.
Hofman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Marke;. 415 F.spanola Wav
I lei man's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 732 6th St.
Lobe's Kosher Meat Barket, Blackstone Food Center. 737
Washington Ave.
Miami Northwest Section
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th St
Ideal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only). 155 N. W. 5th St.
National Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W. 5th St
National Kosher Provision Co., 230 N. W. 5th St.
Miami Southwest Section
Quality Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St.
B. & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 804 S. W. 22nd Ave
Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W 27th
Ave.
Cashvan & Venesky Live Poultry, 2011 S. W. 8th St.
Coral Way Section
Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
"LOOK FOR THE GMVH SIGNI IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE
FOR KASHRUTH" wwim*fc
For information regarding kashruth, call our Director Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439.
Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are Harry
Sirkln, president; A. M. Bear, vict-preiidtnt; H, BooHn, Secre.
tary; S. Lobel, treasurer.
Gifts Presented
Hospital Veterans
Thirty-two special bed lamps
will be presented to patients at
the Veteran's Hospital by the
Veteran's Service Committee of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and
their Women's Chapter.
Mis. Lenore Curtice, in charge
of arrangements has announced
that the members of the Women's
Chapter are planning to provide
forty gift boxes for the patients
:o be presented at a party shortly.
Serving with Mrs. Curtice on
'he committee will be: Mrs. Sam
Goldman. Mrs. Dave Silverman
and Mrs. Tena Katz. President of
the Women's Chapter.
Gables Center Jamboree
Limited To 75 Couples
Members of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center have been asked
to make reservations early for the
group's New Year's Eve Jam-
boree at the Coral Gables Wom-
en's club, bv co-chairmen, Sid-
ney Lewis and Mrs. A. Edgar
Miller. A capacity limitation of
75 couples has been set. Reserva-
tions are to be made with Mrs.
Joseph Rogers. 48-1493.
Beth Sholom
Extends Pulpit to
Hadassah, Masada
At the invitation of Rabbi Leon
Kronish, members of the Greater
Miami Units of Junior Hadassah
and Masada will participate in
this evening's services at Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Tak-
ing part in the religious service
will be Miss Trudi Lach and Miss
Natalie Samuels, who will offer
the invocation and benediction.
Immediately following. the
groups will sponsor the Oneg
Shabat in the Temple Patio. A
timely subject: "Should American
Youth Join the Chalutz Move-
ment"' will be debated by Ted
Nelson and David Liebman. Miss
Selma Lewis, chairman of ar-
rangements for the evening will
moderate the discussion period.
A program of Palestinian songs
and dances will be led by Young
Judeae leaders, Misses Doris Al-
bin. Toby Cooper, Anita Kessler,
Beverly Raphael. Lucille Yagoda,
Dorothy Susman, Selma Lewis,
Lillian Aaronson, Gladys Topper.
Eileen Perlman and Mr. Nelson.
Refreshments will be served by
a committee headed by Miss
Cooper, Miss Aaronson and Miss
Frieda Ankus.
Gables Lodge Women
Plan Holiday Ball
Plans are being f,rrnulated by
the Coral Gables Women of R'n
B'rith for their first.,nnua;^
day Ball to be held Sunday
Johnny Howard's ]'
in the Latin Quarter
liarem R00m
8:30
Pm.
man has announced that'the?,"
fan-will be limite.it, MmZ'J-
Mrs. Leonard Gli^em, chair,
at th
and that a portion' of^T
ceeds will be used to '. P "
chapter's J*. ^"
projects. serV|<*
Serving with Mrs Clicks
on the arrangements Z'"
will be Mrs. Albert ?*
chairman, Mrs. Sidnev ru "
Mrs. Morris Horn Mr J^'
Sanders. Mrs. Theodore Got"
Mrs. Maurice SchwarS Z
Morns Stotsky and Mrs AWm
Corenblum. Tickets
at $3.00 per
couple may be secured by e
mg Mrs. Glickstem at 4-1598
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jflDAY. DECEMBER^
1947
Hebrew Academy Launches Program
Publicizing Institution's Activities
nf the country. National educa-
tor! who have already visited the
v launched an active program
hftaSaign to fam.liame the
and Tjewish community of Mi-
ffSd Miami Beach about the
am ,!p work, functions and ac-
"tlte institution. The
*JTrl t the Week 3 mUSiCa'
ai rt and dramatic celebratoi,
P'ff held n the large Academy
"Sftoriuni at Sixth Street, cor-
KwfWoo ave at which
lr 550 people attended
Th, Ladies1 League ol the
Academy held Us annual dessert
luncheon Thursday afternoon al
to Tides Hotel at which over 200
imbers crowded the dining fa-
Ses to signalise the_launching
its membership drive which
has set a goal of 500 members to
be attained during the next thirty
"The purpose of this new pro-
tram of the Hebrew Academy is
,0 acquaint the entire public with
the Importance and the distinc-
tness of the work of the He-
brew Academy.
Dr. David S. Andron, president
of the Academy, stated: "The He-
brew Academy is an institution
unique and unusual in the entire
southeast.:* region of the United
States. The p ogram of the Acad-
emy is designed to blend and in-
tegrate in the boys and girls of
our community a progressive
American education in harmony
with a vi fine and exemplary
Hebrew lining. The school
places ial emphasis upon
music and various arts."
Xhe gress that has been
made dui ng the three months of
its existence, indicates conclus-
ively that the boys and girls havp
already begun to receive a typ*
of model and progressive educa-
t parallel in this part
school have commended the prog-
ress and the program of ih s in-
stitution.. It is the urgen
and hope of the leaders and
founders of the Academy to en-
courage the entire ((immunity t,
visit the school and observe the
conduct and operation of this all-
lay school, established directly in
he midst of our own city,'
Miami IJniveraity
AnmmnvvH \viv
Hvhrvw I lassts
Dr. William P D
Dean of the adult evening
sion of the University of Miami,
has announced the introducti i
a Modern Hebrew class
University Spring semi
Classes will be held Tuesday an i
Thursday evenings from 7:15 to
8:30 p.m. beginning February 10
A. P. Ganncs, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, is
to be instructor of the 3-credit
course. Registration will take
place February 3 to 7.

Construction Co.
2236 N.W. Miami Court
Commercial
and Residential
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LICENSED AND
INSURED
Guaranteed Work
Pioneer Women Club No.
2 Raise Palestine Fund
Members of the Pioneer Wom-
en, club No. 2. celebrated the
lighting of the fourth Chanuka
candle at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Mint/.es last Wednes-
day. Over 150 guests and mem-
bers heard Mrs. Bessie Weisman
of Chicago, guest speaker at the
dinner. A total of S500 was do-
nated to the Council of Workmen
in Palestine.
Mrs. Celia Rubin of Chicago
was toastmaster for the evening.
Mrs. J. P. Tarr was assisted with
arrangements by Mrs. S. Kaplan.
Mrs. J. Strasburg, Mrs. Mania
Shubow. Mrs. Molly Witnor, Mrs.
M. Kaufman. Mrs. Marshall Ran-
dolf, Mrs. Sarah Solomon and
Mrs. F Malamud.
*JenistifhridFiar7
Bethlavid Setting
For Feature Story
Miami Daily News
'The Light That. Never Fails"
is a short story written by a
';-' ";|:' about Beth David
gogue and a Jewish boy who
turned his bach i ligion.
Faus, the author, check-
' Rabbi Max
e it was printed in
;: : 1 Sui I ly m igi /me of
' Miami Daily Mews. Becausi
timely significance, Mis
prepared the theme into
i1' : whi : was presented
ning by the men's
to students and parents of
'-'' tion in the auditori-
e synagogue building.
i luci d by David Rabinowitz.
Of the story, Rabbi Shapiro
I itches the spirit
n in our times. It
" easy i; is for young
pt pie egardless of faith, to be-
come alienated from their reli-
gion in a highly economic society,
But, more important, it also
stresses the factors which event-
ually bring them back to then
church or synagogue."
Faus has for the past two years
written the short stones for the
Daily News old Phntomagazine
the present Sunday maga-
zine.
PAGE TlinrT.
Rabbi Lehrman Return to Center Pulpit,
Sisterhood Tenders Reception Sunday
t'ylliian Head
Nathaniel Kirsh was elected
chancellor-commander of Miami
Beach Knights of Pythias last
week to succeed Ed Snyder.
Louis Storch was re-elected mas-
ter of finance and Jack Wour-
chell, master of exchequer.
Other new officers are: Louis
Yellon, vicechancellor; Nat
Malmouth, prelate; A. Robinson,
master of arms; Joseph Schwartz,
inner guard; Fred Roosman. outer
guard; Ben Kempler, master of
work, and Sidney Broody, sec-
retary.
Trustees are Max Goldhagcn
and Hairy Kleinman. five-year
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the Miami Be;'ch
Jewish Center, will return to his
pulpit this evening, at 8:15 p.m.
During the past six weeks Rabbi
Lehrman made an extensive tour
if Europe and Palestine as a
member of the overseas delega-
tion representing the Greater Mi-
imi Jewish Federation. His ser-
mon, dealing with his experiences
during his recent trip, is entitled
Greetings From Our Brethren."
The Sisterhood of the Syna-
gogue is tendering a reception
to Rabbi Lehrman at the Center,
1415 Euclid ave., on Sunday, De-
cember 21st, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ira C.
Walsey, president of the Sister-
hood, advises that this reception
is open to the public.
SS Opportunity SS
Over 400 copies of Martin
Cliochem's song about Miami.
"The Magic City." are available
at the Jewish Floridian of/ice
to any musical or cific organ-
ization that might have use jor
them. The sheets may be sold
at 35 cents per copy, and money
retained by the group, courtesy
of the composer.
Chochem. a winter resident
In .Miami for many years, has
written several other musical
tributes to the city. "The Magic
City" was his first.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
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PAGE FOUR
*JewishJkrMhfi
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
19. iid
v
EDITORIAL
if I MSI in till IIO V
American Jewry during the cominq year
1948 will be asked to raise S250.000.000 for the
historic task of erecting a Jewish state in Pales-
tine and of ending, once and for all, Jewish
suffering and Jewish homelessness in Europe.
It is an unprecedented sum of money which
is to be requested of the Jews of the United States
by the United Jewish Appeal.. It is the largest
sum of money which any private fund-raising
agency has ever asked for in this or in any other
country. It will require, if its goal is to be attained,
a spirit of liberality and self-sacrifice on the part
of the five-and-a-half million American Jews on a
scale never before shown. It will need a small
army of devoted voluntary fund-raisers to arouse
American Jewry to its duty in this respect.
This quarter-b:llion goal, as former Governor
Lehman said at the conference, might have been
fantastic if 1948 were an ordinary year. But 1948,
far from being an ordinary year, will write a new
page in Jewish historythe final establishment
of the Jewish state, for which unprecedented sums
of money will be needed, for immigration, for
colon.zation and, last but not least, for defense.
Will American Jewry prove itself capable of
carrying out successfully the great job which
destiny has assigned it for 1948, the job of sup-
plying the material means with which to erect
the Jewish commonwealth and put an end to
Jewish homelessness? American Jewry, the one-
half of world Jewry which is prosperous and in a
position to put the poor and suffering half of
Jewry back on its feet, will be put to the test during
the coming year as never before. Should we fail
to attain the quarter-billion goal, it will not be
because of our economic but because of our
spiritual growth within recent years, a growth
which will be proven by the measure of our deep
sympathy for the plight of our brethern abroad
and of our realization that the remedy is now at
hand ;f we will but lend our aid.
A telegram from the United Jewish Appeal
reveals that the spotlight of the world will again
be focused on the Greater Miami community as
the first of more than six thousand drives to be
undertaken during the coming year.
Ours is a double responsibility -to raise our
quota and to set an example for the rest of the
country.
palestise
More than a week has now passed since the
historic UN dec.sion on Palestine. As expected,
there was bloodshed, noting, looting, demonstra-
tions. It is still too premature to hazard a con-
jecture on the nature and character of the out-
breaks. Yet sober judgment demands the con-
clusion that the Arab reaction was not a spon-
Mother Rachel: "Welcome Home My Children"
taneous one, that the participants in the fighting
were hirelings rather than fanatics.
But there is another facet to the situation. It
is quite possible the threatened action by the
Arab states themselves will materialize later.
Haganah so far has demonstrated that it can
handle the situation within the country even with
the limited arms at its disposal. There is ground
for belief that if modern war weapons were made
available to Haganah there would be no need
for international implementation forces.
Yet it would be foolish to view the picture
with excessive optimism. Trouble lies ahead. The
Palestine Arabs, fed by Nazi-taught propagan-
d sts, will resist. But their resistance will yield
to superior power. There is nothing the Arabs fear
more than power. If the United Nations or the
great powers which espoused the partition cause
make it unmistakably clear to the Arab states
that any war move, or the infiltration of fighting
forces into Palestine, will be met with whatever
measures may be deemed necessary, it is a cer-
tainty that their war talk will die down to an
inaudible whisper. If the same courageous col-
lect ve statesmanship which the General Assem-
bly demonstrated in approving partition is applied
to implementation, the Arab states will not dare
to carry out their threats.
UJA Sets Goal, Makes 1948 Plans Quota System
III III III I ATI O V webu
Rededication Week has reawakened I 1
amians. A round of observances brouqhT, I
fore the blessings of our American HeritaJ?
many take for granted the Four Freedoms 3
bulwark of the Democracy under which we'l
The visit of the Freedom Train in u?l
Saturday wiU climax the activities stimulated thinking along the lines that thro1"'
the years has proven that our way 0f liie u3
way to live.
Joint participation locally on the same
grams and platforms by white and colored pJj
of all faiths under citywide ausp1Ces presents fo
living concrete example of the Democratic wav 1
life. yo
Here is the Freedom Pledge
I am an American. A free American.
Free to speakwithout fear.
Free to worship God in my own way.
Free to stand for what I think right.
Free to oppose what I believe wrong.
Free to choose those who govern my country
This heritage of Freedom I pledge to uphold
For myself and all mankind.
This way of liie is ours as long as we re-
member the pledge to uphold it.
1'IKTITIOX COMMENTS
A message of warmest greetings and con-
gratulations to the Jewish Aqency for Palestine,
signed by Prof. Albert Einstein, the honorary
president of the organization and the other na-1
tional officers. Read in part: "The American Biro-1
bidjan Committee, cooperating in the develop
ment of Jewish statehood and Jewish culture in
the Jewish Autonomous Region of Birobidjan,
USSR, extends to you its warmest greetings and
congratulations on the occasion of the decision ol |
the United Nations in favor of the establishment'
of an independent Jewish State in Palestine. We
rejoice with you and with all world Jewry in the
fact that as a result of the united leadership ol
the United States and the Soviet Union, the age-
old dream of the Jewish people is about to be
realized. We fervently hope that the continued
cooperation of the United States and the Soviet
Union will bring about the prompt implementa-
tion of this decision of the United Nations. The
cooperation of all Jewish communities throughout
the world with the Jewish State of Palestine and
the Jewish Autonomous Region of Birobidjan will
make an invaluable contribution !o Jewish re-
habilitation and to the preservation and develop-
ment of Jewish culture everywhere. We wish for
the Jewish State of Palestine enduring peace,
prosperity and serenity."
(Continued from Page 1)
ment of the Jewish State to pro-
vide for the immigration and the
absorption of no less than 400.-
000 Jews
Stresses Need for JDC Grants
Moses A. Leavitt, executive
vice-chairman of the JDC. told
the conference that the task of
retraining and preparing Jews
in Europe for resettlement in the
Jewish State and elsewhere "will
place new and heavy responsi-
bility on the Joint Distribution
Committee in 1948." At the same
time, he added that almost half
of the more than $98,000,000 re-
quired by the JDC in the com-
ing year will be needed for di-
rect relief purposes, including re-
lief kitchens in 17 European
countries, and a huge supplement-
ary feeding program for displaced
Jews in Germany, Austria and
other areas. Mr. Leavitt emphas-
ized that the JDC must raise in
the coming year the present "low
subsistence level" of the daily DP
diet of 2.500 calories, which is
constantly depreciating in food
value.
25.000 Immigrants to Enter U.S.
A minimum of 25.000 Jewish
immigrants will enter the U.S.
in 1948, it was predicted by Jos-
eph E. Beck, executive director
^f the United Servii e foi New
icans. He emphasized that
this estimate dies not include
additional numbers of
Jews fr .m Germany, Austria
Italy who nay be permitted t..
enter the country it
ad ppts favorable immigration
islation at its next session.
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To Be Eliminated
(Continued From Page 1)
horrors to which, in its logical
extension, it can lead. To insist
that specialists in any field shall
be limited by ethnic quotas is to
assume that the nation is com-
I of separate and self-suf-
ficient ethnic groups and this as-
sumption America has never made
except in the case of its Negro
population, where the result is
one of the plainest inconsistencies
with our national ideal."
Rejecting the quota svstem as
nconsistent with "the basic
American belief that intelligence
and ability are present in all
thnic groups," the report em-
phasizes "that men of all religious
ind racial origins should have
'qual opportunity to fit them-
selves for contributing to the
nmmon life.
"Since the quota system is
never applied to all groups in the
nations population, but only to
certain ones, we are forced to
conclude that the arguments ad-
vanced to justify it are nothing
more than rationalizations to
cover either convenience or the
disposition to discriminate The
quota system cannot be Justified
Arabs Threaten To Wage War
il Jewish State Destroyed
towns of Petach Tikvah, Ramath
Gan and Bnei Braka quadrangle
(Continued from Page 1)
turned over to the Jewish com-
munity.
The police were withdrawn
from Tel Aviv and its satellite
on any grounds compatible with
democratic principles."
The commission pointed to the
grave consequences resulting
from inequalities of opportunity,
stressing especially the insuffi-
in which more than half the Jews
in Palestine live and work In
addition, the Jewish police force,
estimated to number 500. *'i
also be responsible t .r the en
being of some 5,000 Arabs living
within the area and the Jewisti
suburbs of Jaffa.
A small detachment of M
cient preparation of American I British policemen remained at
young people to assume the re- I Sarona police barracks temporar-
;ponsibilities of a democratic so- ily. German property at Sarona.
iety. and lack "of college and
university training for the trained
ntelligence "desperately" needed
n this day.
"It is obvious," the report de-
lares, "that free and universal
access to education, in terms of
he interest, ability, and need of
the student, must be a major goal
in American education. Stating
that education must eliminate and
not solidify race and class dis-
tinctions, the commission urges
which has been under govern
ment control since the war. was
turned, over to the Sarona munic -
pality which in turn handed'
to the Jewish Agency for use m
housing veterans.
The Irgun broadcast a second
appeal to the Arabs to ceas*
fire" or face the consequence*
Pointing out that the Irgun JJ
caused more casualties1 am oW
Arab gunmen within y
the Arabs have inflicted on
than me maua u- k
that the time has come/to make the Jews during a tvvu-uees.
public education at all levels period, the undergr und I a eu
equally accessible to all, without that it is not the Arabs but ne
regard to race, creed, sex or na- British who want war with in*
tional origin." JewI>
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*Jeistrkridna,g7
PAGE FIVE
personally Speaking .
Mrs. Ben Benjamin of Miami Beach and Washington, D. C.
to Tucson, Ariz., shortly to be an attendant at her
* 9'c9wedding. January 11. At that time Miss Elaine Ruth
rton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Morton, will become
ile of Melvin Theodore Heller, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
Heller,
will return
all of Milwaukee. After the ceremony, Mrs. Benjamin
to Miami Beach.
* *
Shephaid Sable, father of Mrs. George J. Talianoff, is
spending a few weeks on Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weitzman of 1207 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach, had as their visitors, their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Neal Raizes, from Mason City, Iowa, and Galveston,
Texas. The couple terminated a lengthy wedding trip via New
Orleans and Havana with stopover at the Atlantis hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Lear will be visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Lear of Miami Beach, over the holidays. Dr.
\#s has just recently completed his internship at the Permanente
hospital in Oakland, California and is now doing post-graduate
work at Columbia University in Medical Administration. The
woi* "' *____ niin. Ushers included Burt Marks,
younger Mrs. Lear is studying music in New York, in prepara- Burl ,
Stanley Wallmans Spend
Honeymoon in Havana
Following their formal wedding
Sunday in the Robert Rlchter
hotel, Stanley Wallman and his
bride, the former Miss Annette
M lin left for Havana where
they are spending their honey-
moon
Wallman is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Mirchin
Abb itt ave., Miami Be
The groom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Wallman of 221 N.E.
err. Miami. Rabbi Colman
A Zwitman officiated at the G
p.m. ceiem. ii>
IS Sheila Wallman, sister of
the groom, was maid of honor,
and Mrs. Ida Reinisch of New
Y'm k was matron of honor foi
her sister Bridesmaids were Miss
Shirley Collegman Miss Roslyn
tCivel, Miss Frances Horngard,
and Miss Martha Frankel of
V inkers, N. Y.
Dr. Bernard Mirchin. the
bride's brother, served as best
lion for an operatic career. The E. G. Lears, owners of the Lear
school on Miami Beach are planning a musical evening for
the visitors and their friends, December 27.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm First of 1440 Maseilles Drive, Nor-
mandy Isle, will have as their house guests Mrs. Jack Rozansky
and daughter. Marline from Washington, D. C. Mr. Rozansky
will join his family January 1.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller and son are home at 3010 S.W.
19th Terr., from Chicago. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Gutstein of Miami.
* *
Mrs.. Gertrude S. Berlin of 945 Meridian ave., Miami Beach
is expecting her son and daughter, George J. and Theresa Berlin
from New York City for a two week stay. Miss Berlin is a recent
graduate of Columbia Law School.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schiff announce the birth of a son at
St. Francis hospital December 11. The Schiffs live at 4534 Post
ave., Miami Beach
* *
Jenold Lieberman, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lieberman of
MM Prairie ave., Miami Beach, has been admitted to the
freshman class of Renssalaer College, Troy, N. Y., for the study
ol engineering, for the full year of 1948.
Frank Zieve and Saul
Pascul.
Miss Karen Reinisch was her
aunt's flower girl; and the Misses
Jo Zinner and Peggy Katz kept
the guest book.
Mrs. Wallman attended the Un-
iversity of Miami and was grad-f
uated from Guggenheim School
of Dental Hygiene. She was on
the board of directors of Junior
Hadassah and now holds the of-
: iff (if reporter in the Clara
Hirsch Landau chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women.
Mr. Wallman attended Brook-
lyn College and is a graduate of
ihe University of Miami. He
served as a Flight Lieutenant in
the Air Reserve Association. He
is completing his preparation for
a degree of Master of Chemistry
while teaching at the University
Upon their return from Havana
the couple will reside in Miami
Beach.
June Wedding Date
For Muriel Linsky
June has been decided upon
for the wedding of Miss Muriel
Linsky and Burton Ginsberg,
whose engagement has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Linsky, Kew Gardens,
L. I. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney Ginsberg, 6341 Alli-
son id., Allison Island, Miami
Beach.
Miss Linsky a sophomore at
the University of Miami, attended
Kew Forest School, Forest Hills,
L. I. Her fiance attended St.
John's Military academy Dela-
field, Wis., and is to be gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami in June. He is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Mrs. Stanley Wallman
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sali
Rothschild of 900 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach, last Saturday,
raised S36 for the Child's Res-
cue Fund of Pioneer Women,
club No. 2. in honor of the
hosts and their year-old baby.
Mrs. Sylvia Rubin was master
of ceremonies at the dinner.
Miss Kessler Engaged
Engagement of Miss Martha
Kessler to Manfred Pepper was
announced Sunday, December 7.
by her mother Mrs. Rebecca
Kessler of 329 N.W. 12th ave. Mr.
Pepper is the son of Morris Pep-
per, 1459 N.W. 2nd St.
Miss Kessler is a member of
the Miami YM & WHA and the
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
! B'rith Women.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
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The affair is being given by their
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Feature of the evening will be
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Friends of the couple are invited
to attend
A membership tea was held
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dr., Miami Beach, December 7
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,
I
Sroiit lv\'<-iii iv
On .Miami Visit
Dr. Harry Lasker, National
Director of Jewish Relationships.
Boy Scouts of America, is visit-
ing Miami for conferences with
Uiulussiilt Soiree
Sunday Evening
Mrs. Perry Sewell, Southern
Regional Director of Hadassah,
will headline the program of
Business and Professional Wom-
en's Division, Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, at their membership
soiree Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. Mrs. Sewell a member
of the National Board of Hadas-
sah, has just completed a tour of
the Southeastern Region.
Serving on the arrangements
committee are: Mrs. Harvey
(Tillie) Brock, chairman of the
cultural activities committee, Miss
Edith Goodkin, co-chairman, and
Mrs. Anne Gruen. hospitality
committee,
.A musical program will follow
Mrs. Sewell's address and re-
freshments will be served. Mem-
bers are invited to attend and
bring their friends. .
Home For Aged Celebrates Anniversary
First anniversary celebration of
the dedication of the Iew \u.. ;iit. ||: ....l.ln,,.
Home for the Aged. Sunday. De- MJ""* KingDIOm
cember 28 at 2 p.m.. will feature; .\w2irflOil HFC
presentation of award to the win-
ner of the Home's special name Major Allan H. Ringblom, US
contest MC- s>n of Mr- and Mrs- G H-
In an effort to obtain a suit- j Ringblom. 2100 N.W. Sixteenth
able name for the Home's Life! Street, was awarded the Dls-
Membership Social Club, the or- tinguished Flying Cross and five
ganization is offering a BulovalOold Stars in lieu of additional
17-jewel wrist watch for the best Air Medals at ceremonies held at
suggestion. In case of tie between he Marine Corps Air Station,
1 man and a woman two watches Cherry Point, N.C., recently.
Dr. Harry I.askcr
Scout Executives Seoul leaders
and community leaders. Meeting
was held in Temple Israel 8 p.m.
Wednesday, according to Myron
s Zeientz bade district chairman
: B.S.A
Laski irels extensively
throughout the country promot-
nships between the Boj
Scouts of America and syna-
gogut 9 oups, Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board,
B'nai Bnth and other national
organizations which co-operate in
makinj S variable to thr-
boys ica.
Moishe Oysher Headline
Little Roumania Show
When Little Roumania
public Wedm
it featun I t and
I
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famous : r I:..- hum 11 ius n rd
M ishe Oy: h adlines
I e 1 the fust
three are*
The Little Roumania, m
estaurant n Rd., Mi-
ami Beach, has a Roumanian
' .: ing con-
tinental ente: tail a gypsy
nble and Roumanian cuisine
Opei ators are Philip Fri< d, Law-
B 'I. Nussbaum
Hollywood Bazaar
To Feature Booths
Arrangements are being made
for the entertainment planned by
the Ladies Auxiliary of Holly-
wood Jewish Community Centei
for the week of January 17 to
21, according to Mrs. Isadore
Orgel, chairman of the Ba&uar
committee. A fashion show and
celebrity night are scheduled for
the week.
Some of the feature booths will
include a floral booth under the
direction of Mrs. George Sogg;
under Mrs. Syd Lam-
bert: anil one for hand-sewn
items under the charge of Mrs.
Zlotta Heller assisted by Mrs
Sadie Bass, Mrs. B. Joslyn, Mrs.
Fred Gilder. Mrs. H. Dragat and
Mrs. Sadie Burke.
The bazaar committee meets
Tuesday to complete further de-
tails.
Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae
held its regular monthly meet
ing last evening in the home
of Mrs. Jess Spirer, 1200 S.W.
3rd ave. Plans were made for
the forthcoming luncheon.
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Entries must be' sent to the
chairman. Max Greenberg in care
of the Home, 335 S.W. 12th ave..
no later than December 25.
Entertainment and refresh-
ments will be provided those at-
tending the anniversary pro-
gram.
Hollywood Center
New Year Party
A Gala New Year's Eve party
is anticipated by men and women
of the Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center, according to Mrs.
Louis J. Golden and David Feld-
man. in charge of arrangements.
Buffet supper and entertainment
have been planned.
Since reservations have been
limited to 200. seating capacity,
those wishing to attend are ad-
vised to call Mrs. Golden at 972 R
or contact Feldman at 2131 Adams
St.. both of Hollywood.
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold their regular meeting
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation.
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Phone 5-9929
Major Ringblom received the
medals for participation in more
than 50 combat missions against
the Japanese in the Pacific dur-
ing the war. Brig. Gen I. W.
Miller. Commanding General of
the Air Station, made the presen-
tation.
A 1938 graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami. Ringblom en-
tered the service as an aviation
cadet in March, 1941. He was
commissioned a second lieuten-
ant in March 1942. The flying
officer was one of the defenders
of Midway Island when the Jap-
anese struck there early in the
war. He was awarded the Navy
Cross for his actions in this de-
fensive campaign. He later
served at Pearl Harbor and in the
Solomon Islands.
Major and Mrs. Ringblom, the
former Miss Beverly Day of
Laguna Beach, Calif., reside at
the Air Station. They have one
child
Law School Alumni
Elect 1948 Officers
University of Miami Law SoK ,,
Alumni Association ^!
named Dav,dB.Phlli,psasC;j
dent of the organization
Others elected in
include: Wal.aeeM,,t,,firstv^
P'-es.; J. A. McLeland, ^1
vice-pres, Raymond G
secretary; and A. J Kaplan Ser
geant-at-arms.
Daniel Satin. William Kim
J.H.Yat*. Graham MUteJS
HWrick and Martin G^
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19,
1947
"hnisltlf.iirfrin
PAGE SEVEN
Pr. Israel Goldstein Calls on United
Nation To Restrain Arab States
NEW YORKWith the aim o1 enlistinq the full-scale fi-
nancial support of American Jewry for a program of mass migra-
tion to 'he Jewish State and its overall development. Eliezer
Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine who arrived
here from Jerusalem last week, outlined for the United Palestine
ixnneil Board of Directors at a were able, since the end of the
"rH _____ ,,,,.,.turn ho
emergency meeting
a
i here
he broad categories of economic
eouirements brought to the fore
bythe establishment of the Jew-
ish State.
Emphasizing that the most
difficult part of the job is still
Sad of us." Mr. Kaplan told
the board of directors that "we
plan to bring at least a million
Jews to Palestine ;
in the next
ten years.
At the same time he
stressed that immediate provision
will have to be made for "se-
curity of the population in the
area set aside for the Jewish
State," warning that both states
will have permanency only if
"life and property are made safe
for all i' habitants, Jews and
Arabs alike."
Mr. Kaplan was invited to this
country by the United Palestine
Appeal, central fund-raising in-
strument in the United States for
the upbuilding of Palestine to de-
velop with the aid of Jewish
leaders here a master blueprint
for mass Jewish immigration and
resettlement. Sharing the pro-
gram with Mr. Kaplan was Dr.
Israel Goldstein, U.P.A., na-
tional chairman. Mark Sugar-
man of Coatesville, Pennsylvania.
Chairman of the Board, presided
at the meeting which was held at
the Hotel Astor.
The Jewish Agency treasurer
declared:
"According to a close survey of
transportation costs and direct
relief needs, including food,
clothing, medical attention and
temporary h o u sing facilities
more than $400,000,000 will be re-
quired on the basis of an im-
migration of 150,000 within a
short period as proposed by the
United Nations Special Commit-
tee on Palestine.
"Our most immediate task will
be to clear both Cyprus and the
reception centers in Palestine of
the more than 20,000 Jews wait-
ing in some cases two years, to be
integrated into the economy of
Palestine. At the same time we
will start the movement of the
displaced Jews in Europe most
of whom will join us in the Jew-
ish State."
Mr. Kaplan disclosed the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine's inten-
tion of approaching the proper
"governmental and intergovem-
ment bodies which are equipped
to assist us in these tasks," but
added that "for our most imme-
diate needs we must turn to the
Jewish communities."
Regarding the task itself of re-
settling the greatly expanded
number of immigrants, Mr. Kap-
lan said "while its magnitude
fay be unprecedented, the pro-
cedure on a smaller scale, has
been well established by the Jew-
>sh Community over the past dec-
With the machinery
at our disposal
war, to welcome and absorb pro-
ductivity in a varied range d!
endeavors, more than 50,000 im-
migrants."
Mr. Kaplan conveyed in behalf
of the Jewish Community of
Palestine "our profound apj
ation to the UniL.-d Nation?
which, by this couragi ous action,
reached the stature of a supreme
international parliament.
"I wish also to express oui
boundless gratitude to the Unit-
ed States and to the Soviet Union
which in splendid unanimity led
the world in the determin
to establish a Jewish State," Mr.
Kaplan said.
"The Jews of Palestine and the
Jews of the whole world." Mr
Kaplan declared, "are privileged
to witness at this time the end
to centuries of national Jewish
homelessness. But unprecedented
generosity will be required on
the part of those who went to
help. We hope to bring into Pal-
estine in the coming year, three
times as many as entered in
1947. We cannot accomplish this
without large funds. We trust
that the Jews of America will be
ready to assist us in this task. In
a sense they will be the arbiters
of the fate of the homeless Jews
of Europe. I am sure they will
face up to the challenge."
Dr. Goldstein Urges U.N. To
Restrain Arab States.
Calling upon the United Na-
tions "to see to it that no nation
which is a member of the U.N.
shall aid or abet the disorders in
Palestine," Dr. Israel Goldstein,
U.P.A. national chairman, charg-
ed that "this refers specifically
to the Arab States Around Pales-
tine."
"The present Arab flare-up in
Palestine can be handled by Ha-
ganah. There is reason to believe
that the Arab disorders, far from
spontaneous mass demonstrations.
are being fomented by the Mufti
and other erstwhile Hitler agents.
The Jews of Palestine are exer-
cising great restraint in meeting
these attacks, but their restraint
have
now,
we
we
springs not from weakness but
from strength," Dr. Goldstein de-
clared.
With an assertion that the
Jewuh State, in addition to be-
ing "a political decision of the
Jetted Natioi must be a
nd economii entity to ac-
commodate the multitude of
Dr Goldstein urgeu that
"from this point on therefore, the
attention I the Jews of America
must be I i ui sed up the economic
program in which the United Pal-
Appeal play;, a majoi
it represi nts the national
(Jev : h National Fund and
Foundation Fund)
which provide the land and col >n-
m facilities.'
In citing the requirements of
the Jewish state Dr. Goldstein
pointed out th- existence of an
"erroneous impression" concern-
ing the "vast State lands in Pales-
tine which will be at the disposal
of the Jewish States." He declared,
"That is not so. The amount of
State land available is less than
three per cent of tne land allotted
to the Jewish State. Therefore ab-
sorption of new immigrants will
necessitate the acquisition of land
purchase as heretofore. Housing,
material and equipment, water
supply, will continue to require
the help of American Jews "
"A Jewish State when estab-
lished will be the first act of
reparation to a people which has
suffered the greatest soilation of
the war. Now, for the first time,
it is possible to say that the six
million Jewish martyrs have not
died in vain. If their martyrdom
imposed a burden upon the con-
science of the nations of the
world, this decision, joined in by
the United States and the Soviet
Union, the two foremost world
powers, is the first post-war vic-
tory of the United Nations."
Dr. Goldstein paid tribute to
President Truman saying his
name "will rank with that of
Woodrow Wilson in the history of
American's concern with the
plight of the Jewish people. To
President Truman more than any
other, belongs the credit for the
decisive part played by the
United States in the UN decision
regarding Palestine."
Regarding Great Britain, Dr.' order
Goldstein said that as long as "it
remains the mandater it is either
in a position ot encourage order
or permit chaos. It has no respon-
sibility for the decision, but it
| has the responsibility for keeping
in Palestine."
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*JewistflcrMiter
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,
Mrs. Stephen Wise Memorial Meeting
Monday Evening At Temple Beth Sholom
A public Memorial Service in I Dr. Wise's other numerous corn-
memory of the late Mis. Stephen munal activities.
S. Wise, will be held next Mon- I Mrs. Wise's annual visits here
day evening. December 22, at 8 were anticipated by the entire-
o'clock in Temple Beth Sholom, community, Mrs. Glasser stated.
Men9* t-roiip Fmanuel Gordon
Jewish rongrcsN
Miami Beach according to Mrs.
Louis Glasser, President of the
South Florida Division of the
American Jewish Congress. The
entire community is invited to
attend.
Mrs. Wise passed a w a y
Wednesday, December 10. She
had been for many years the Na-
and she was especially helpful in
inspiring and stimulating the
growth of the local Congress
chapters.
Participating in the Service
wiith Rabbi Leon Kronish Spirit-
ual Leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lom. will be Rabbis Irving Lehr-
man. Colman Zwitman and Al-
tional President of the Women's I bert Michels. all of whom were
Division of the American Jewish ordained Rabbis by Dr. Stephen
Congress and was an active CO-IS. Wise at the Jewish Institute ot
worker with her husband. Dr. | Religion.
Stephen S. Wise, in the Free Mrs. Louis Glasser. will also
Syn:ig.gue of New York and I take part in the Service
National Council
Public Forum
At llohcrl CIy
National Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section, will
sponsor the fourth in the semes
of public speaking forums at a
luncheon to be held today. 12:30
p.m., at the Robert Clay Hotel,
Miami.
Guest speaker on this week's
program will be Dr. Dora Klemer,
discussing the Marriage Rela-
tions. The second half of the
program will be taken over by
Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub, di-
rector of the forum, who will
conduct class participation m
"Platform Performance."
Mrs Harry N. Schiff is in
charge of luncheon reservations
A Melaveh Malka will be
held by the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi at the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation at 8:30 p.m. In charge
of arrangements are: Max Feit,
Kalman Lurie, S. Lackey. Mrs.
Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Paul-
ine Chill.
S\y -cat* yr iva
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Phone 2-7439
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AJC Women
Pay Tribute To
Mrs. Wise
Mrs. Louise Waterman Wise,
wife of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise,
president of the American Jewish
Congress, passed away Wednes-
day night. Dec. 10th.
Mrs. Wise was founder and
lent of the Women's division
of the Congress and during the
last World War. founded Con-
gress Defense House, centers for
service men of the allied nations.
"We who served with her over
many deeply grieved at
the passing nf our beloved and
endeared leader whose tireless
struggle for justice, good and
right will remain an abiding in-
spiration to those who knew her,"'
I statement of tribute by the
of tile Florida Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress C nvened in special
: following news of Mrs.
'.'. the board paid
sincere tribute to the rare quali-
ties of their leader whose gra-
ciousness and humility, vision and
courage in the interests of all
people had won for her interna-
tional respect.
"We, the Florida board, pledge
to carry on the tremendous work
to which she dedicated her life,"
the statement read.
Death occurred at the family
residence m New York after a I
six-day Illness.
Artist, authoress and lecturer,!
Mrs. Wise was active in countless
auses dev ted to progressive
ideals and served in the leader-
ship of many movements dedicat-
ed to economic progress and civil
liberties.
She was chairman and founder
of the American Committee for
the Rehabilitation of European
Jewish Children, pioneer organ-
ization in the establishment of
homes for these children in 1946.
Elects Offi*r
Greater Miami Men's Chapter
of American Jewish Congress
elected Mark G. Kaplan president
at their last meeting.
Vice presidents chosen for next
year include Herbert Sher. David
Stuzin. Amos Benjamin and Her-
bert Glickman. Ben Grossman is
to be cones B6C.; Sam I.eviten.
rec. sec; and Martin Sunshine.
treas.
Those elected to the hoard of
directors are: Leo Sobel, Joseph
Kaplan. Ben Zimmerman. Man-
ual Tannenbaum. Joseph Mon-
dres. Milton Rubin, David Rabin-
OWitZ, Charles Turk and Sidney
Stepkin.
On Monday. January 12 this
group, together with the Miami
Chapter, Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress, will
sponsor a games party at the
Amvet Club. 420 S.W 8 ave. at
8 p.m.
Unveiling Services
at Mt. Nebo Sunday
Unveiling services in tribute to
the memory of Emanuel Gordon,
who passed away November 12,
1946. after a lingering illness, will
he held in Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Sunday. Rabbis Max Shapiro and
Irving Lehrman will officiate at
the 1:30 p.m. ceremony, assisted
by Cantor Maurice Mamches. .
Gordon came to Miami 22
years ago from Macon, Ga. and
became associated with several
local Jewish organizations. He
was one of the organizers of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
association and the founder of the
Gordon Funeral home. He was
also a member of Beth David
synagogue, Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, Miami Beach
Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith, the
Zionist Organization and the
Rose Chapter Picnic
At Greynolds Park
Rose Chapter B'nai B'rith wom-
en will hold a picnic for members
>n Sunday, at the Greynolds
Park, it has been announced by
President Mrs. Maxine Reinhard.
Persons interested in attending
.he affair are advised to contact
Miss Betty Ann Weintraub. chair-
man at 3-5926.
The chapter has announced a
library program to be held at the
home of Miss Weintrub. 1059 Eu-
clid ave.. Miami Beach, on Tues-
day, December 23, at which time
Mrs. Philip Mandel chairman,
will report on the book "Father
and the Angels."
A Jewish National Fund col-
lection parly was held at the
Lynmar hotel Wednesday, at
which lime $130 was donated
by the guests. The affair was
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Peal of Cincinnati, Mr.
and Mrs. Sholem Wigodsky of
Chicago and Mr. and Mrs.
David Wolowsky, owners ot
the hotel.
father of Harry, Irvin and Ike,
all of Miami; and Miss Reba Gor-
don and Mrs. Sophie Frank of
Miami: Mrs. Sue Margolis of
Miami Beach; and Mrs. Laura
Quitner of Los Angeles.
All men that are members of jvjasons.
American Jewish Congress 'n f 'T'he deceased was the husband
other Cities ar. urged to con-1 f M[.s Adc,ia Gordon and theO
.act this group and affiliate with
the local chapter Any one who
Wa8 of tiie group that attempted
to form a Miami Chapter si
years ago will be given a paid
up current dues card if he will
present himself, it was an-
nounced.
UNVEILINGS SUNDAY
Unveiling services to be held
in Mt. Nebo cemetery Sunday in-
clude that of a monument to the
memory of the late Joseph Diner
of 720 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Murray Grauer will
officiate at the 11 a.m. service.
Unveiling of memorials to the
memory of the late Charles Kemp
of 5636 Alton id., Miami Beach.
and the late Abraham Silverman
of 4412 Royal Palm ave.. Miami
Beach, will also take place at 1
p.m. and 2 p.m. respectively.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will take
charge at the first and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman at the 2 o'clock
ceremony.
Friends of the families have
been asked to be present. Ar-
rangements are under the charge
of Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi-
ami Monument Co.
Emanuel Gordon
DR. HERBERT
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311 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 58-2226
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The opening of his office,
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1947
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PAGE NINE
Jewish Social Service Bureau
Secures 224 Members Toward 1200 Quota
the present status -
X> *** Service Bu-
0( the Jtw hj drive, were
Kf'AiSS '*, at Temple
cU Hirsch Meyer.
Idav. Decemb
terBDreideni of the JSSB,
P^L the historical develop-
TofthBureau and the role
hf Saved in local Jewish com-
"SJufc Lionel Elry Stone.
ra i t f the Bureau in mak-
ffS pi lnememb.rrt.Jn
T active support in the current
f mSip drive, explained the
2Services of the Bureau
I the conl.nued need for sup-
! t of it^pn^ram of services by
{he Jewish community.
Dr Herman Selinsky spoke of
the contribution to Jewish family
Lb through the casework coun-
ting services of the Bureau.
Herbert Scl,r urged the vigor-
ous supp-rt of the membership
; the Jewish community in
maintaining the services of the
Bureau in its present campaign
to secure 2.000 members. Annual
membership is $5.00 and life
membership is $100. It is expected
committed themselves to 29 mem-
bers. Thirty-seven members of
femple Israel became members
of the Bureau following an ap-
peal made to its membership by
Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Plans
are currently being made for reception that
members of the Board of Direr- Center.
Liebow Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Liebow
of 500 15th st.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son. Joel tomorrow morning at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center. Rabbi [rvinj
Lehiman will officiate.
Members of the congregation
and friends are invited to attend
eremony and
that
tors of the JSSB to appear before
other communal agencies
effort to secure their support
the
the
A dinner is being held in the
" nfi m honor Sunday eve-
ning at the Blackstone hotel
L-iebow
Lubitz
Dramatics, Singing, Dancing Program
Arranged For Hadassah, Masada
that the
m's deficit of ap-
proximately S10.000 will be met.
through its :urrent drive
The membership drive has, te
date resulted in a total of 224
members or the total sum of $G,-
625. Of this sum, only 51.120 may
be used for current purposes-
the remaining sum of $5505 rep-
resents life membership trust
funds.
Other Jewish communiity or-
ganizations have indicated their
desire to be helpful in the cur-
rent campaign the Workmen's
Circle (Sam KatzJewish Social
Service Bureau delegate) have
Under the professional
ance of Cantor Kelemer. Miss
Elya Ben Hur and Miss Jeanette
Tupler, singing, dancing and dra-
matics will be taught to members
of Junior Hadassah and Masada.
These activity groups are spon-
sored by the Zionist Youth Com-
mission and are under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Chairman of the Program Com-
mittee.
Miss Jeanette Tupler, who will
direct dramatics received her
M.A. at Northwestern University
and is associated with Radio Sta-
tion WMBM of Miami 1;
Dancing will be under the super-
vision of Miss Elya Ben Hur, for-
merly associated with Miss Dvora
Lapson, Director of the Jewish
Education Committee of New
York. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
who will direct the singing, is a
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Beach B'nai B'ri
Meeting Tuesday
"Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto"
will be dramatized by members
of Clara Landau Chapter of
IVnai B'rith Young Women and
Tropical Lodge of Miami Beach
Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m. at a meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Lodge at
the Jewish Center. 14th and
Euclid ave., Walter Kovner. pres-
ident announced.
The one act play is under the
direction of Miss Judy Rosoff and
will include: Shirley Collegeman.
Evelyn Kaplan. Helene Millbaucr.
Josephine Zinner. Henrietta Ros-
enthal Jack Harris, Evans Stein,
All Kaplan, and Murray Ba
Harry Zukernick, program
chairman of the Miami Beach
Lodge announced that several
amendments to the Lodge Con-
stitution will be considered in 8
brief business session scheduled
to proced the dramatic portmn ol
he evening.
luid- graduate of City College of N.Y..
the New York Yeshiva, and at-
tended Juiliard School of Music
in N.Y.C. and the Eastman School
of Music in Rochester, NY. He
has written many lithurgical com-
positions. The Cantor starred in
the first Jewish Talkie, "Kol Ni-
dre", "A Yiddishe Mama" and
"Persecution." He has held Can-
torial Posts in New York, Bos-
ton, Chicago, California, Roches-
ter N.Y., and is at present at
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach.
Plans are under way for a show
to be presented before other Zion-
ist groups on January 28th in
honor of "Chamisha Osar
B'Shvat", Jewish Arbor Day.
Rehearsals for the groups, to
take place one hour before Jun-
ior Hadassah and Masada meet-
ings, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., each
Thursday evening, began yester-
day at Temple Beth Sholom. Pub-
lic participation is invited.
13th Anniversary
Observed by Harry Days
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Day,
prominent residents of Miami
Beach, recently celebrated their
thirteenth wedding anniversary
with a dinner party in the New
Surf hotel. Guests attending in-
cluded Charles C. Goldberg, man-
aging director of the New Surf
and Mrs. Goldberg, Harry Ne-
metz, father of Mrs. Day, and
Mr. and Mrs. James Cohen, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Frishman, Mr.
and Mrs. James Glasser, Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerance, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Small, Dr. and
Mrs. William Ivers, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Liebow, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Turk, Dr. Irving Albert, Sanford
Pomerance and William Rubin.
Present owner of J. Harry
Day Men's shop. Lincoln rd.. Day
was formerly manager of Leigh-
ton's.
Lubitz Bar Mitzvah
Stuart Lubitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Lubitz of the Oxford
hotel Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning in Beth David
Synagogue at 9 o'clock. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate at the
services.
Mrs. E. A. Goldfield, sister of
the Bar Mitzvah, is giving a party
for friends on Tuesday and a
family dinner will take place on
Sunday.
Relatives from out-of-town for
the ceremony are a grandmother.
Mrs. Ida Oshinsky, and an aunt.
'<9>Mrs. Joe Kradiman, both of New
York City.
Friends of the family have been
invited to attend the services to-
morrow.
Lewis Bar Mitzvah
Bar Mitzvah of Sidney E.
Lewis son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay
L. Lewis of 1223 SW. 19th
Terr., will take place tomorrow
morning at 9 a.m. in the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation.
Open house at their home Sun-
day will be held in his honor.
Out-of-town guests here for the
occasion include a grandmother,
Mrs. Rose Stashkin of Chicago;
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Caplan of Brooklyn; and cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Perlisky
from Hartford, Conn.
Cocktail Party For
Amer. Jewish Congress
A cocktail party was sponsored
by the American Jewish Congress
Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the home
of Mrs. Samuel Lipton. 6535 Alli-
son Drive. Entire proceeds of the
affair are to go towards the main-
tenance of the AJC refugee
houses in New York
Co-hostesses for the afternoon
were Mrs. Leonard Barr and
Mrs. Lipton.
Office Moved
Alfred Kreisler, attorney at
law, announced the removal of
his offices to 1009 Pan American
Bank Bldg.. 117 N.E. 1st ave., Mi-
ami. He was formerly located in
the Seybold Bldg.
im
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Or. Benjamin Tanner
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Room 211 Ph- 58-5601
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Also ETening Appointments
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Free Delivery Service
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend The
9orntal Opening of
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Cocktail JCpunae
At TIDES HOTEL
1220 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20th, 1947
From 7 P. M To 12 P.M.
Sole
Distributors
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Phone 4-4951
We S.U. Rented Tun^Pianos
ATTENTION!!
To All Members and Friends of
Jewish Home For the Aged
grounds, 335 S. W. 12th Avenue, Miami.
now being heW for the Dest suggested names to the
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Win\erInne awarded Presentation of awards will take
SS^SL -SSL. AU entries must be postmarked
nfite^ than December 25*, 194..
Remember the Date-Sunday. December 28th
Entertainment Refreshments
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 194?

More Than 400 Chaplains On Duty
Veterans Administration Hospitals
More than 400 chaplains, rep-
resenting the Protestant, Catholic
and Jewish faiths, were on duty
in Veterans Administration hos-
Failh Full-time Chaplains
Protestant 175
Catholic 72
Jewish 4
pitals and homes on October 1,
Chaplain A. J. McKelway, direc-
tor of Va's chaplaincy service,
announced.
Ot the total, 251 were on a
full-time basis and 155 were serv-
ing part-time. Following is' a
break-down of the totals by
faiths:
Part-time Chaplains
1
70
24
In addition to conducting serv-
ices in hospital chapels. VA
chaplains pay frequent visits to
bedridden patients in the wards
and are available for spiritual
guidance at any time.
Harmony Club
Convert Evont To
Benefit Palestine
Harmony club of Miami, new-
ly organized group devoted to
musical and cultural activities, is
planning a concert affair next
month to raise money for Pales-
tine.
The organ ization recently
sponsored a concert and dance in
the Grand Ballroom of Hotel Ed-
wards Miami Beach, before a
capacity crowd of nearly 300. The
evening featured Miss Ruth Se-
cunda, professional vocalist and
member of the club, with her ren-
dition of "Yiddish Lied," written
by her cousin, Sholem Secunda,
foremost composer of Jewish
songs.
Also present December 6 was
Nat Wynn, gypsy violinist and
Juan and Aries, rhumba dance
team. Irving Propper and his
orchestra furnished music for
dancing and accompaniment.
Artists willing to donate their
services for the forthcoming en-
tertainment are asked to contact
the program chairman, Jack Le-
vine at 2-4709
B'nai B nth Lodge
For North Beach
A. J. Kaplan. Miami attorney,
has been appointed temporary
chairman of a new B'nai B'rith
group located in North Miami
Beach and tentatively called the
North Shore Lodge.
At their organizational meeting
Dec. 7, a group of 21 men also
elected Lewis Safft, secretary, and
Sam Weinfeld, treasurer. Walter
Kovner. president of the Miami
Beach Lodge. Sam Silver, presi-
dent of Sholem Lodge and C. R.
Jacobson, executive secretary of
the B'nai B'rith Council, were
present to welcome the new
group and extend best wishes to
the temporary officers.
Meetings will be held Sundays
at 10 a.m. in the office of Leo
Soloman, 920 Everglades Con-
course, Normandy Isle.
Those wishing to join are ad-
vised to contact Mr. Safft at
6-3897.
Sakowitz Joins
Hasnian & Silver
Miami Attorneys
Theodore J. Sakowitz has re-
cently become a member in the
firm of Milton R. Wasman and
Max R. Silver, attorneys at 918
Seybold building.
Sakowitz has been active in
social and welfare activities in
Style Show
At (tables Tea
A Kiddies' Fashion Show was
featured at a membership t e a
.sponsored by Coral Gables Wom-
en's Chapter B'nai B'rith Tues-
day, 1:30 p.m., at the home of
Mrs. Goldie Welcher. 1808 Gra-
nada Blvd., Coral Gables.
Guest speakers appearing were
Rabbi Albert Michels, Director of
Hillel Foundation, University of
Miami, and Charles R. Jacobson.
Executive Secretary of the B'nai
B'rith Council.
Comedian Johnny Howard
acted as master of ceremonies for
the afternoon and was assisted
by co-chairmen Mrs. Larry Sim-
kins and Mrs. Seymour Simon
The Kiddies' Style Show was un-
der the supervision of Mildred
Collins.
Serving on the committee as
assistant hostesses were Mrs
Leonard Platt, Mrs. A. Wellins,
Mrs. A. Lewis, Mrs. Leonard
Spiegel, Mrs. M. Kirschenbaum
Mrs. M. Beigel Mrs. H.. Klein,
Mrs. A. Papier, Mrs. J. Howard!
Mrs. L. Past, Mrs. A. Losoff.
Spinoza Forum Hears
Professor Edward Clarke
S. J. Freedman
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.
DnsD nDio
Telephone 5-1017
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th It
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St, Miami
"Why They Behave Like Rus-
sians," recent book by John Fisch-
er, will be reviewed by Edward
Clarke at the Spinoza Forum to-
morrow afternoon, 3 o'clock. Rab-
bi Irviing Lehrman is to be
guest speaker the following
Saturday.
Tuesday evening the Forum
meets to listen to Town Meeting
of the Air which is followed by
open discussion of the program
topic.
The public is invited to attend
meetings of the forum group at
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. 124 11th st., Miami Beach.
under the canopy on his lawn.
ALS Chapter Carnival
ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls is holding a gala miniature
carnival at the Miami Y Sunday
at 7:30 p.m., according to an an-
nouncement by Miss Julie Chab-
ner, publicity chairman.
Highlight of the evening is a
mystery auction supplemented bv
games, prizes, dance contests and
refreshment. The public is in-
vited.
Isrolikel. Boy Cantor
Schedules Local Concerts
Isrolikel, the boy cantor
credited by national critics with
having a golden voice, will offi-
ciate at three concerts sponsored
by the Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation at 1101 S.W.
12th ave., January 2, 3 and 4.
The young vocalist has appeared
in many of the leading cities in
the country.
Theodore J. Sakowitz
Miami. Now a lifetime advisor
of AZA chapter 322. he is a past
president of both the local and
state organizations, as well as a
member of the National executive
committee. The Miami attorney
has currently been serving as a
member of the board of directors
of Miami YM & WHA and vo-
cational guidance chairman for
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith.
At the University of Miami
where Sakowitz received his
bachelor's degree in both busi-
ness administration and law, Sa-
kowitz was president of Tau Ep-
silon Phi, social fraternity. He is
president of the Greater Miami
alumni association of the fra-
ternity today.
Since Sakowitz's association, on
September 15, the firm has been
known as Wasman, Silver and
Sakowitz.
JCRS Chanuka Dance
Jewish Consumptive Relief So-
ciety held a Chanuka dance
Wednesday in the Neptune Room
of the Robert Richter hotel. Pro-
ceeds from the affair are being
used for the organization's tuber-
cular work.
Hostesses for the evening in-
cluded Mrs. Esther Pascal, Mrs.
Fay Middleman. Mrs. Florence
Schneider, Mrs. Sue Newman,
and Mrs. Ruth Findlev.
WINZ
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M.
Yiddish Classical Hour
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Opera log
will be sponsored by Kadimah
Chapter of Pioneer Women on
December 29th, 1 p.m., at the
Miami Woman's Club.
Dr. Arturo DiFilippi, teacher
of voice at the University of Mi-
ami, will present the tenor role
in the quartet of Rigoletto. Dr.
DeFilippi is director of the Mi-
ami Opera Building.
Cecelia Duenas, coloratura so-
prano, who comes from Colum-
bia, South America, will sing
"Carmoine." Most famous aria
from the opera. She is enjoying a
scholarship given by the Rotary
Club of Miami, and also a schol-
velops. the artists will
parts.
slnK their
Prior to the p,.rfn,
Operalogue refreshments wit
served with the r ,,,,,,'i, *
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and further
inform,
ing Mrs. Hyman SoVtin'auS
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Annual Chanuka concert and
Lotke party sponsored bv Miami
Beach chapter ,,f Mizrachi was
arship from the International In- held Sunday, 8 pm at Beth J
stitute.
Claire Robinson, mezzo-so-
prano and an accomplished
painter of still-life, is painting all
the scenery, and will have a'sup-
porting part in "Rigoletto". Fred
Riebel, barritone, will sing the
role of Montorone. Mr. Riebel
studied the acting of that role
with Trevisson in New York and
has been with the Opera Guild
seven years.
Dr. Clark, lecturer and book-
reviewer, will tell the story of
the Opera, and as the story de-
Harold Shapiro Talk
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Harold Shapiro, general advisor
of the Inter-Collegiate Zionist
Federation of America chapter at
the University of Miami, will be
guest speaker on the Jewish
News Events program Saturday,
according to the director. Miss
Jeanette Tupler. Regular broad-
casts of local news items will also
be heard. Miss Tupler's program
is heard Monday through Satur-
day over Station WMBM at 4
p.m.
Congregation.
Cantor Louis Fed"r and th.
Beth Jacob Glee el, h.^hX
the musical p, v "
Friedman, violinist, Sonia Ger
bert, poetess, Dora Katz, solo v0-
eahst, and six-year-old Chickie
Jack, humorous recitation^
were also included .,, the enter
tainment. Rabb, Moses Mescheloif
was guest speaker.
Chairmen for th, evening in-
eluded Mrs. Louis F.der. pro.
gram; Miss Frieda Shiftman ar-
rangements; Mrs. Mory Goodman
Mrs. Ida Friedman. Mrs. Ros^
Friedman and Mrs. Pauline Chill
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PBJDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1947
*Jmi.tfJfcirkHan
FREED
PAGE ELEVEN
TRAIN!
"WE, THE PEOPLE"
WELCOME YOU!
You are a rolling, speaking, potent symbol of
something that is as dear to all Americans cs life
itselfcarrying a restatement of our heritage to
the peoples of our 48 states.
FREEDOM TRAIN, you are carrying the docu-
ments that mean to us "life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness." Staffed by men who fought for these
high principles at Leyte, Okinawa, Corregidor and
on other fronts, we bid you welcome. But why?
Because the meaning of freedom to "we, the
people" is being carried back to us ... because we
need a constant reminder not to forget what we
have and why we have it.
FREEDOM TRAIN, you are bringing 113 docu-
ments for us to see just documents, written and
printed papers. We will see these pieces of paper
that marked our progressand the progress of
the whole worldfrom darkness to lightfrom
slavery to freedom.
From the Magna Carta to the message of the
General who answered with the word "nuts" to the
demand for surrender, the documents you are
carrying are a part of our very life. If we disregard
the meaning of these documents, we deliberately
surrender our own liberty and freedom.
We can see the Mayflower Compact on board
our FREEDOM TRAIN. We can see the Declaration
of Independencea charter of and for the govern
ment of the original 13 states. And, we can see our
BUI of Rights, the breath of lifethe very soul of
the Constitution.
Under that Constitution as a nation and
under that Bill of rights as a peoplewe have
progressed from a weak nation of 13 states and
3,000,000 peopleto a world power. We are the
truest republic ever known to man. We have con-
verted more luxuries into staples in our land tnan
all the rest of the world corrbined. We have more
of everything-because w<= have a cns'ltutJ"
that balances government, cnda Bill of Rights that
permits every man and woman to expand to the
full limits of their abilities.
There are innumerable facets of freedom in
the U. S. A. that have m-ter ..flourished elsewhere.
There are countless people in America who nav
made good in a big wayAND MANY OF THEM
CAME HERE AS IMMIGRANTS because only
under our Bill of Rights could they use their brains
freely and their talents without fear.
Here in the USA, over a million people own
the rails over which you are travelling. Over ten
million people own the various plants from which
the component parts of you, FREEDOM TRAIN,
were made. BUT EVERYBODY IN AMERICA
OWNS A SHARE IN THAT CONSTITUTION AND
BILL OF RIGHTSEVERYBODY. ,
FREEDOM TRAIN, if we cannot catch the re-
flection of ourselves in the light that you are cast-
ing as you roll along from city to city, then we have
betrayed ourselves and nobody else! If we fail to
grasp the significance of what YOU really mean
to all of us, we will have failed to live up to the
heritage that was handed down to us by our two
fisted. God-fearing ancestors.
We salute you, FREEDOM TRAIN! What you
mean to us is translated in the statement made by
that great statesman, Benjamin Hill: "The Constitu-
tion is my only clientits preservation is the only
fee I ask." That, NOW, should be the code by which
all of us should conduct our lives.
We Americans will always drop an inferior
product for a better one; patronize a better shop;
Try to buy a better light; get a better job; cheer for
a better team; buy a better automobile. That kind
of thinking and doing has made us what we are.
Please. God, may we never accept any foreign
"ism'-for AMERICANISM.
This is our contribution of appreciation to you,
FREEDOM TRAIN, and to the loyal men and wom-
an who have assembled you, and put you on
;Lels to cover the nation as a MODERN MINUTE
MANthe Torch of Liberty.
We are-all of us today-enjoying the pursuit
of happiness, because of the principles that stand
behind the documents you are -BWjW^g
enjoy every moment of your stay in our midst-and
then you can roll on through the length and
bread* of America to tell the story why a govern-
ment of the people, by the people and for the
people, shall not perish from the earth.
Published by
B'NAI B'RITH
uut all the land unto
Proclaim Uhertu thn sunhout ^^ chapter 25.
all the inhabitant thereof


PAGE TWELVE
vjmlsfi for id!for
FftlDAY, DECEMBER 19, l947
CALLING All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu-
nity ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood
donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank
requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood!
1.
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
SOS CALLS
.
To Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami:
The Jewish people of Miami Beach, individually and through
their organizations, have contributed blood generously to the
Blood Bank of Dade County. Their contributions have been, in
a large measure, responsible for whatever success the Blood
Bank of Dade County has achieved.
During the past two years, the amount of blood and blood
components issued by the Blood Bank has doubled. This has
necessitated procurement of twice the number of donors former-
ly required, and the average dose of blood has also doubled)
so that it has become increasingly difficult for the recipients to
make complete replacement. This, in turn, made it necessary for
the Blood Bank to procure more volunteer donors.
The Blood Bank of Dade County and the people who have
benefited by blood are grateful for the generous cooperation
extended. At the same time, we express our gratitude and wish
to point out that the need continues to grow, and that the efforts
of your donors must be intensified in the future.
Sincerely,
( JOHN ELLIOTT, Sc.D
[ ^ Technical Director
PLAN TO VISIT THE
BANK TWICE EVERY
YEAR
This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

ACME SEPTIC TANK CO.
5500 N.W. 37th Ave. Miami
DOUGLAS LUMBER CO.
3775 So. Dixie Highway Miami
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S.E. 1st St. Miami
Miami Home Milk Producers
Assn.
2451 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
KURLAND APARTMENTS
1622 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
W. C. "BILL" LANTAFF
Congress Bldg. Miami
NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN
7135 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Normandy Resident School
1021 Biarritx Drive Miami Beach
Pete's Bar & Cocktail Lounge
1137 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
AL PFLUEGERTAXIDERMIST
15400N.E. 6th Ave. North Miami
ROYAL BAKING COMPANY
601 N.W. 7th St. Miami
RUSS SE1FERTHPLUMBING
543 N.W. 7th St. Miami
FRANK STRAW
Electrical Contractor
1236 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL
860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
Auto Lock & Hdwe. Supply
1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
47 N.W 1st St. Miami
BLUE RIBBON LAUNDRY. INC.
1403 N.W. 7th Court Miami
Sidney De Wolf & Son Builders
236 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami'
GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami
The O'Neal Block & Septic
Tank Co., Inc.
1338 N.W. 29th St. Miami
S. PONCE STONE SHOP
3557 N.W. N. River Drive Miami
JOHN E. PORTE
927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Fincher Oldsmobile Motors. Inc.
1740 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
Rolfe Armored Truck Service,
Inc.
301 N.W. 9th Ave. Miami
GREEN BROTHERSBrokers
55 N.E. 24th St. Miami
LONDON ARMS HOTEL
727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
5565 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach
SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC.
62 N.E. 27th St. Miami
WOFFORD HOTEL
24th and Ocean Drive Miami Beach
LEO GERNGROSS
4549 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach
Blood Bank of Dade County
1750 N. W. 10th Avenue
Phone 9-1631


ppiDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1947
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LIBERAL |
____u Beth Sholom. 4144
Ch^aV- Mi.mi B.ach. Rabbi
Lwn KronUh; Cantor Samu.l
Ktlemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15
om Rabbi Kronish will speak on
The Freedom Train." An Oneg
Shabbat in honor of Junior Ha-
Lsah and Masada follows the
A*Xe. Sabbath service at 10:45
am Special birthday service and
luncheon follows. Sunday school
at 945 a m. for children from the
Les of to 14%' High schcK)1 of
Jewish studies, Sunday morning
at 9 45 a.m. for young people over
15 years of age. Hebrew classes,
alternate weekday afternoons,
boys and girls 7% to 13. Nursery
school, daily morning and after-
noon sesMons, children from 2Ms
to 5.
REFORM
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th it.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jcob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 8:15
pm. In observance of "Rededica-
tion Week." Dr. Gordon Lovejoy,
professor of the Chair of Human
Relations at the University of
Miami, will speak on the subject
"Human Kelations In a Changing
World." A reception tendered to
Dr. and Mrs. Lovejoy, Rev. Ed-
ward Ullrich, president of the
Ministerial Association and other
local professors and clergy, will
follow the services. .
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8
p.m. Rabbi Raab will preach on
the subject "Judaism Looks at
Christianity."
The Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will speak
on "The Greatest Jewish Philoso-
pher." Saturday morning services
at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. Baum
will be hosts to the Oneg Shabbat
following both services in honor
of their son, Allan's Bar Mitzvah.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301 -
311 Washington aye.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis J. Fader.
Children's service at 4:30 p.m.
Friday night services at 5 p.m.
Late Kuday night forum at 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will lec-
ture on the subject "The Good In
Good Will." Early Sabbath serv-
ices at 6:30 a.m. Regular Sabbath
1 services at 8:30 a.m. Richard, son
of Mr and Mrs. Jack Bernard
will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi will
speak on the subject "Guarantee
For Youth." Intermediate service.--
for teen age youth at 9 a.m. un-
der the supervision of the Board
of Education. Junior Congrega-
tion tor children, of elementary
school age ?t 10 a.m. under the
supervision of Max Bertman of
the faculty. Kiddush served to
both groups by a Sisterhood com-
mittee. Bible study at 4 p.m.
with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at
5 p.m. followed by S
Seudos, Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday
school from 10 till noon Dail
school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday night services at 5:15
Saturday morning rust m
at 7 a.m. Second at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Rackovsky will speak on the
jret "Not Palestine. But
Yisroel." A class on the biblical
portion of the week .it \i p m
Mincha at 4 p.m. followed by
Shalos Seudos and a pi
zmiros appropriate 1 ,r the oc-
casion. Rabbi Rackovsky will
speak on the Sedra Daily morn-
ing services, first minyan at \
a.m.; second at 8 a.m. Class in
the study of mishna follows. Daily
mincha service at 5:111 followed
by a class in Jewish laws and
custom. Maariv at 6 p m.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Kabalos Shabbos Frida; eve-
ning services at 5 p.m. Saturday
mornwig combined Junior and
Senior service at 9 a.m. Sidney,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Lewis,
will be Bar Mitzvah. He will ad-
dress the congregation and Rabbi
April will respond. Mincha at 4,
p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily
Hebrew School from 3:15 to 6:15
p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Late Friday night forum at 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on
the subject "Judah and Judea."
Refreshments tendered by Mr
and Mrs. A. M. Bear. Saturday
morning service at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi will speak on the Weeklj
Portion of the Law. Junior si 11 v -
ice at 10:30 a.m. Mincha at 4:45
followed by Shalos Seudos. Sun-
day school at 10 a.m. Daily He-
brew school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches.
Late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak on "The Engineer In the
Freedom Train." Services will b,
dedicated to the Kadimah chap-
ter of the Pioneer Women. Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Kasow will be
hosts in the auditorium immedi-
ately after the services in honor
of their wedding anniversary.
The floral offering has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz
in memory of Mrs. Schw
mother. Sabbath services at 8:30
^Jenktifhridfian
a.m. Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
"S Lubitz, will become Bar
I'tzvah at 9:30 am. Students
services at 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah
fast rlub at 8:30 SundaN
" .ill boys and girls 13 and over
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
>'y. HIS Euclid ave. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 3.30
p.11. Lite Friday night service
>! 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will
speak on the subject "Greetings
From Our Brethren." Saturday
ning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Lehrman will preach on thi
:ly Portion of the Law. Bar
Mitzvah of Jerome Morton, son
[r. and Mrs. Michael Leffer,
and of Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Liebow. Rabbi will ad-
the AZA-BBG Youth serv-
ind breakfast Sunday morn-
ing at 9 a.m. Sunday religious
.1 10 a.m. till noon. Hebrew-
School Monday through Thurs-
3:30 to 0:30 p.m. Pre-Kinder-
garten school Monday through
r.iday mornings 9 a.m. till noon
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE THIRTEEN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKl'l r.v UIVEN thai
tllf Uriil'-I Slfc'Iieil, i'1- Ml ,h(; I.. .....,.'. mi
business under ih.- fictitious name "t
For! in. stores hi :i r.- 1.. 1st Aven le,
Miami, Florida, intends i" restate)
said name w Ith the 1 llei k ol the 1 :ir-
int Court of 1 Mil.- County, Florida.
MEYER KIM., inc.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
m -''nl;. irAV,)Y :" number BIB
v, T.'ilnl Ave""e In the City of
Miami, Florida, intends to register
j" said imine with the Clerk of
the circuit Court ..f Dude County.
Florida j
SAVOY CAPE, INC.
Arpnpwlts, Welnkle & Aronowltz,
Attorneys for Applicant.
18/6-18-19-26 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi'- Undersigned, desiring to engage
"1 DU,s.....(!? under the fictitious name
"f BIL-WITE PRODUCE CO., at
35 S. W, fth Street. Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
>th the Clerk of the circuit Court
"I I'lide Countv, Florida.
WI1, 1,1AM WEISS,
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant,
11/28. 12/.1-12-19-26.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
sines* inder the fictitious name
of ECONOMY I'Ai iviwu HOUSE at
Cltl of Hlaleah, Florida, intends to
register said 'mine with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
El'.i Mia
JOSEPH BKEGMAN.
LEO 8HEINER,
1204-06 Pacific Building
Miami. Florida
Attoi nej for Applicant
12 12-19-20 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lii.l'.l-.iii UIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
A ,\ ; Plumbing Contractors at il-l
(i.ean Blvd., N. Miami Beach, Ma.
intend to register said name with
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Uade
County, Florida.
.\A I'HAN HIIUKMCK
DAVID AUGUSTUS
Bl'RNETT ROTH
Attorni 1 for Petition" rs
112 O Hog.
12 19-26 1 2-9-H
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the rlctltlous name of
MONDRES AND company at 90S
Langford Building, Miami, Florida,
1 Intend to register said name with We
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Morlda.
ImiroTHY MONDRES
JOSEPH It. MoNDRES
12/12-18-84 l/2-li

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W*-Zu
AND ffPttADS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in In.- the fictitious name
of Robert Leonard Co. mot Inc.) l
. W. S2nd Street, Miami, Fla. in-
lends t" reglstei said name with the
Llerfc ol the Circuit Court of Dud*
county, Florida
HI KRIS' FRIKDHERG.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Applicant
12 12-19-26 -'
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tin.
1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
|.-,,i; DADE COI NTY FIA>RIDA.
in CHANCERY, No. 113568.
Sti n, Plaintiff, vs.
Irving st.-m. Defendant
To IRVING 8TB1N, II MldwOOd
Street, Brooklyn, New York
v,.,i an hereb) ordi n d to file your
1. 1 to the lull ol
i-omulaint for divorce filed against you
SYDELL stein on or before tne
.,*. ntcellth daj jBnuary,.J1*K.H
Ions of said 01"
will be laki n as 1 onfi seed against
LK>.\E \M> ORDERED this seven-
1,, ntii ''" 'I ''" ember, A.D. UWt.
"' E B. LKATHERMAN,
Clerk "i Circuit Court.
' r..... S,HvM. c QRBEN.
1 leputy Clerk.
;K .1 TALI VNOFF
Plaintiff
12/19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Wll.CK'S ORIGINAL SAMPLE SHOP
at 211 North Miami Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of tne circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
EDITH K. WIliCK
Petitioner.
MYERS, HEl.MAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner
12 12-19-26 1/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 20160
IN THE MATTER of the Guardian-
ship of:
SUSIE MATHIS.
A Mental Incompetent.
Notice of Application to Sell
Property
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ETHEL, R1DGWAY,
as Guardian of SUSIE MATHIS, has
filed in the County Judge's Court, in
and for Dade County, Florida, a Pe-
lition for Authority to receive, man-
age, control, dispose of. remove and
sell at private sale, for the purpose
of said removal, the following real
estate and personal property of SU-
SIE MATHIS, In Dade County, Flor-
ida, to v. it
|y>t Fifteen (1">). Block Seven
17) of WWKBMU'B ESTATti
LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVI-
SION, a Subdivision in Dade
County, Florida, according to
the Plat thereof recorded In
Plat Book 2 at Page 46 of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida:
also
The Furniture and Furnish-
ings and Household Equip-
ment contained in the Dwell-
ing Houses located on the said
real estate herelnabove de-
scribed.
Notice is given that the undersigned,
as such Guardian, intends to apply
to the Honorable W. F. Blanton.
County Judge, at his office In the
Courthouse, in Miami. Dade County,
Florida, at the hour of 11 o'clock
A. tt., on the Sth" day of January.
1H4S, for authority to sell the prop-
erty herelnabove described, at pri-
vate salt, for the purposes aforesaid,
and that said Petition shall be pre-
sented to the said JudKe at same time
and nine*
THIS 26th day of November, A. O.,
1917.
ETHEI. RIDGWAY. as Guardian
of SUSIE MATHIS.
V7A8MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
11/28. 12/5-12-19.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of ALLENS TRADING STORE at 14a
Northwest Fourteenth Street. Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said nam
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida.
Ill 'I'll Mil.I.Kit
Wasman, Silver A: Sakowltl
Attorneys for Applicant
12/19-26 1 8-9- 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
M A S GROCERY at 1416 N.W. 17tn
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
ALBERT F SHANNON
Petitioner.
MYERS. HEl.MAN A- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner.
12 19-26 1, 2-9-H
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
1166 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01
Dade County, Florida.
JACK GOTTL.IEB.
HARRY SMITH,
EDWARD H. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/21-2K. 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 ROXY HOTEL, at 2632 North Mi-
ami Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Uade County,
Florida.
JACK KAUFMAN.
Applicant.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/21-28. 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 MICHIGAN KAR at Uade county,
Florida. Intend to register said namn
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN S1EMASZ.
ANNA S1EMASZ.
SAM SILVER,
Atturne" for Applicants.
11/21-2S. 12/5-12-19.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ll'I'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FUiltlDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113.130.
KATHRY.N MUELLER, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM MUELLER, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO WILLIAM MUELLER.
> Van N'-ss Avenue
Rutherford. New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above-styled cause on or before the
19th das of January, mifc; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Lei this order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FlA'RIDlAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DATED this 16 day of December,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
I7u3 Congress Building
Miami 12, Florida
12/19-26 1/1-9
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Benjamin Juffe Is now the sole
owner of Fox's Auction Callenes and
B NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BENJAMIN .ICI-FE, MORRIS HEL-
LER and NAT FRIEDMAN have on
tin- 12th day of December, 1947. dis-
BOlved the partnership known as
FOX'S AUCTION GALLERIES and
the partnership known as B and H
AUCTIONEERS, conducted at .1U94
North West 27th Avenue, Miami.
Florida and thnt from said date
BENJAMIN JUFFE Is the sole owner
of the business of said partnership
and has assumed and agreed to pay
all of the debts, hills and liabilities ol
said partnership.
DATED: December 12, 1947.
HE.NJA.UIN JUFFE
MORRIS HEELER
NAT FRIEDMAN
LEO BHBHNHR
Attorney
1204-06 Pacific Bldg.
Miami, Florida
12/19-3*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA FURNITURE COM-
PANY, INC., at 131 N. E. 10th Street,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
AMERICAN DISTRmUTINO^
11/28. 12/5-12-19-20.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE lOL.Nli,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
113415.
MANUEL DRALUCK, I'lulntl'f, vs.
HELEN MARIE DRALUCK, De-
fendant.
To Mrs. Helen Marie Draluck
:> West New Street
Glashoro, New Jersey
You ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
file an Appearance in the above di-
vorce action on or before January i>.
1*48, otherwise a Decree Pro Coiitess,,
will be entered against you in accord-
ance with the laws of the State ol
Florida.
DATED this 10th day of December,
A.D. U17.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KKE1SLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1009 Pan American Bank Building
Miami. Florida
12/12-19-26 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Ol AIRWAYS RADIO & ,.,...CrRON
IC CO. (Not Inc.), at 1464 S. W. Sth
St Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
IRVING SCHULMAN.
11/2R. 12/.1-12-19-26.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SEMlNoi.K GROCERY, at 134 E.
1st Avenue, Hlaleah. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F,rlda- SIMON GKOSS.
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
H/28. 12,5-12-19-2f.


PAGE FOURTEEN
+JmlslhfUrkllnn
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 194,
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
.
WASHINGTON TRENDS:
Jewish Agency representatives
are making serious efforts in
Washington to secure tanks and
planes for the defense of the
jews of Palestine The Arab
c mntries have already acquired
$41,000,000 worth of surplus U.S.
war material left in the Middle
Fast at the end of the war .
The embargo recently imposed by
the State Department on arms
shipments to Palestine or other
Middle East countries hits the
Jews and plays into the hand;-
of the Arabs ... The State De-
partment's newest policiy la
reminiscent of the "neutrality"
displayed by "the United States
during the Spanish civil war,
whichas all admit nowserved
i nly the interests of Franco fasc-
ism Who in the period fritr
1936 to 1939, did not know that
Franco was receiving arms in
plans from Hitler and Mussolini,
and that only the Loyalists need-
ed American aid? And who.
now, does not know that the Aral
countries can buy all the arms
they want from any country they
.-ish, and that only the Jews de-
pend on the U.S. for arms? .
Moshe Shertok had several pri-
vate conversations tins week on
!he subject with officials of the
State Department And more
talks on the same point are to
I e expected Zionist leaders in
America are determined to do
what they can to convince the
S Government that the lives
f the Jews in Palestine depend
primarily on the amount of de-
fense material they can get from
.his country .

COMMUNAL AFFAIRS:
Th" Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion in New York and the He-
irew Union College of Cincin-
nati will soon merge The final
terms are now being negotiated
by Dr. Stephen S. Wise and the
Hoard of Governors of the Cin-
cinnati institution Plans are
being prepared to bring more than
200 distinguished American Jews
and non-Jews to Palestine as
I guests of the Wcizmann Insti-
tute They will be transported
on a chartered ship and will ar-
rive in time to attend the formal
opening of the Weizmann Insti-
tute this spring Make no mis-
take about the American Jewish
Conference becoming a perman-
ent organization ... The leaders
>f the Conference, are anxious to
-lake it clear that as a result of
the Chicago decision, the Confer-
ence will cease to exist as such
. The new permanent organ-
zation may not even bear the
name of the American Jewish
Conference However, all as-
ti and liabilities of the Confer
neeand. without doubt its staff
will be transferred to the new
>rganization Incidentally, I.
L. Kenen. administrative secre-
tary of the Conference, who was
"loaned" to the Jewish Agency
luring the United Nations session
n Palestine, has decided to re-
main with the Conference .
Don't be under the impression
hat the problem of the displaced
fews is solved now that a Jewish
State is coming into existence .
Under the best of circumstances
Jewish leaders in Palestine do
not foresee the possibility of ac-
cepting more than 75,000 displaced
Jews annually for the next two
. And the total number
of Jews in refugee camps in Eu-
rope today exceeds 200,000 .
Jewish leaders in the United
States are still hoping that Con-
mess will pass the Stratton Bill
under which more refugees could
be admitted into the United
States.
Lt. Rimer Assigned
To Panama Canal Zone
First Lieutenant Harry P.
Rimer has been assigned to the
530th Aircraft Control and Warn-
ing group in the Panama Canal
as assistant group surgeon,
according to a recent announce-
ment b> the Army.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Rimer of 1669 Jefferson
ave Miami Beach is a graduate
of Miami Beach H.ph school and
Emory University.
Quick Starts
Long Life
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BATTERIES
Jewish Quiz Box
Q. What ii "Ytokor"? (Sub-
mitted by Mm. A. K., Miami.
Florida). .
A. "Yizkor" is the colloquial
name given to the special me-
morial service for the dead that
is recited on the Day of Atone
ment the second day of Shevuos
(Pentecost), the last day of Pass-
over and that last day of the
Succoth Holiday (Shemin At-
zeres). The name "Yizkor" liter-
ally means "remember" and is
derived from the first word ol
the liturgy for that service. An-
other name for it is "Hazkora.-
"Neshomos" (the recollection 01
the souls).
Q. Why is "Yislcor" said at
these appointed times?
A. The Jewish festival wa:
not considered ideally completi
unless it took every measure tt
link the generations and establisl
the continuity of the people ol
israel. It was probably with this
underlying motive that the cus-
tom was established to recite spe-
;ial prayers for the dead on every
major festival.
The Day of Atonement prob-
ably had a reason all of its own
Since it was the most serious dav
>f the year and earnestness and
piety were the keynotes, nothinj
would bring more solemnity t(
the minds of the worshipper:
than to bring back the memor-
of the departed at a special serv*
ice.
As far as the festivals wen
concerned a great psychologica
motive may have been the un-
derlying factor. One who really
observes the festival cannot help
but think of the years gone b.
when he celebrated it with hi;
departed relatives. In' order t(
give expression to this sentimen
and to lighten the soul of tht
observer, "Yizkor" was estab-
lished.
Some writers regard the threi
festivals as reminders of the threi
Patriarchs and consequently ;
pause for remembering them was
.njected into the liturgy.
Ha skin Family
Present Torah
A torah will be presented to
the Miami Hebrew School an..
Junior Congregation by Sam
Raskin and family of 1012 N.W.
2nd st.. December 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Following the ceremony which
accompanies the presentation, re-
freshments will be served through
the courtesy of the Raskin family.
Jr. League Announces
Committee Changes
Howie Levine, newly elected
president of the Junior League of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, changed chair-
manship of certain committees at
a recent meeting. New program
chairman is Norma Green; Arnie
Berman, record chairman; and
Harry Hersh, door rommittei
chairman.
Dtpendabillty Performance Long life
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3253 S. W. 8th St.
Two-Story White Building
Opposite
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Kashruth Organization Adds 2 Butchers
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth. community wide kash-
uth organization in the Greater
Miami and Miami Beach area, an-
nounces the addition of two new
butcher establishments to the al-
ready existing numerous estab-
lishments'under its current su-
pervision.
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth, a participating agency
f the Greater Miami Jewish
federation, is concerned with the
mprovement of all conditions re-
garding kashruth problems, Rab-
bi Joseph E. Rackovsky director
stated. "For the protection and
;ecurity of the consumer, tht
vaad Hakashruth requires the
display of the GMVH emblem and
sign is the only emblem recog-
nized by the following congrega-
ions in Miami Beach as well as
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miaimi,
Beth David Congregation;
rleach Jewish Community Center,
labbi Irving Lehrman; Miam
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
Rabbi Murray Grauer .Miami;
Congregation Beth Tfilah, Rabb.
J. E Rackovsky, Miami Beach
Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon
Xronish, Miami Beach," the Rab-
bi added.
These congregations, as well as
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
.uth, have launched a campaign
to familiarize the general Jewish
public with its emblem and sign,
together with a general request to
the public to watch for the sign
in making purchases.
The two new butchers wh..
have been added to the list of
those shops already affiliated
with the Vaad Hakashruth are:
Lobel's Meat & Poultry Market,
in the Blackstone Food Market
737 Washington ave., Miam
Office Moved
Frank Solomon, attorney, has
announced the removal of his
offices for the practice of law to
606 Seybold bldg. He was former-
ly located on the ninth floor of
the same building.
[-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i
Lfiff. 3-343LJ
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
ht maui mm
WE HAJOtin Of NNTKM
JEWISH FWOJU. MNES
Inlormaan Clodt, fuimthtd on (qut
SUVING MIAMI BEACI I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
Beach and Hermans K
Market, at 732 6th her
Beach.
Miami
IOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
School Policeman
Provides Shelter
For Children
Children of Kinloch Park school
need no longer be concerned
with the rain while awaiting th
West Flagler st. bus al 43rd ave
Because of the efforts of Abra-
ham Bramson school policeman
an especially constructed shelter
now stands at the crucial spot
A one-man campaign of Bram-
son's resulted in the recent com-
pletion of a wooden 10 by 20
foot building, time, labor, monev
and material donated by generous
Miami businessmen.
"The shelter hasn't cost us a
nickel," Principal L. L. Sheeley
said. "Bramson is a fine old gen-
tleman and we're proud of what
he's done for the school. He's
rendered a great service to the
community and all the children
he helped think more of him
than ever."
Bramson, who is in his 70's,
is also well known :n this area
for his musical talents. He was
formerly an active flutist, par-
ticipating in annual concerts, and
helped organize the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish orchestra which lasted
for several years. As a police-
man, Bramson has been associ-
ated with Kinloch Park for two
vears.
Irving Blatberg. Treasurer
BEACH
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MIAMI BEACH
R. A. Niceley. Funeral Diwetoi
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MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. MachtoL Director
Olyinpla Building Phono 3-3720
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rEmAV^DECEMBra 19. 1947
T^jsoFbuR TIMES
An Of THl WUJOR FWTURli Of NEW YORK'S
MUSICM U Wl StRIB Of STARLIGHT SUMMER
QKErt Hill m TW C,TY tSUMt STADIUM
BORN IN GERMANY IN >S49 WHEN IS
IEWIS0HN JOINED HIS BROTHERS IN THE
U.S. TOGETHER.THEY WENT INTO BUSINESS
LARGELY MINING. WHERE THEY ACCUMU
IATED THEIR WEALTH.
9,Jelstitk>ridriari
PAGE FIFTEEN
. -.i NORMAN and SOI NODE!
m KHOOA I SIMO"
IEWIS0HN WAS A PIOMEER IN THE CAUSE OF
CHIVO Wtlf ARE HE DONATED LARGE SUMS
TO THE HEBREW TECHNICAL SCHOOL FOR
AltlLS, JOHNS HOPKINS AND COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITIES,AND MT.SINAI HOSPITAL.
A FOUNDER OF THE FEDERATION FOR
THE SUPPORT OF JEWISH PHILANTHRO-
PIC SOCIETIES IN NY., IEWIS0HN
CONTRIBUTED OYER *200,000 TO IT
WRING HIS LIFETIME.
IN WI5.1EWIS0HN ANNOUNCED A GIFT-HOW ONE Of N.Y.Cf
CHIEF ATTACTK)NS-THE STADIUM Of THE COLLE6E OF THE
CITY OF NEW VORK. DEDICATED IN 1915, THE BEAUTIFUL
GRECIAN AMPHITHEATER HAS BEEN THE SCENE Of MANY
MUSICAL TRIUMPHS.
BECOMING INTERESTED IN THE HEBREW
SHELTERING GUARDIAN SOCIETY, LEWISOHN
PROMOTED TNE OPENING OF ITS MOOEl
C0TTA6E HOME iH PIUSANTVIIU-.NY IN 1912.
IH 1924,INTERESTED IN TRADE AND AGRI
CULTURAL TRAINING FOR DESTITUTE
EUROPEAN JEWS.IEWISOHN HELPED ORGANIZE
THE ORT.MtO SPENT THE NEXT 14 TRS IN ITS CAUSE.
HE DIED III 1938, AGED 89. THREE YEARS LATER A SOCIAL CENTER
BEARING HIS NAME WAS DONATED 8Y THE FAMILY TO NY CITY
COLLE6E. HERE THE EVER-CHANGING YOUTH ARE PERVADED BY
THE SPIRIT Of GENEROSITY. LOYALTY, AND FAIR PLAY EXEMPLI-
FIED BY THAT 6REAT PHILANTHROPIST- ^^.^ a
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\
Philadelphia Visitor Volunteer
For Chest Restaurant Division
Spark plug of the important
restaurant division in the 1948
campaign of the Community
Chesl of Dude County is a per-
ennial volunteer worker, not only
here, but in Philadelphia.
He is Benjamin F. Bernheim, a
retired wholesale restaurant sup-
ply man .who winters at 8200
Byron ave., Miami Beach, but
ifcoce home is in the Quaker
City.
Last year the Chest campaign
rommitter missed him because he
decided to Rive California a win-
ter trial. This year, when O. C.
(Jack) Corbin, drive chairman
was working on plans for
1948 he wondered what had be-
come of Bernheim, who in other
years could always be counted
upon to exceed his quota of gifts
in the restaurant division.
Hardly had Corbin raised the
Question, when into the Commun-
ity Chest headquarters at 127
NW, 2nd strolled Bernheim.
"When do I go to work?" ho
asked. "1 had a record year in
Philadelphia on the chest drive
this fall and I feel I can repeat
again hi i
Breathing a sigh of relief, Cor-
bin promptly assigned Bernheim
he reatauranl division for so-
liciting funds.
Community Chest volunteer
*rk is sort of an avocation foi
wnhcmi He has been collecting
Feather funds for the Phila-
delphia chesl fr 35 years. He
"s aided the Dade county drive
for
everal winter*.
Bernheim has a regular work-
ing day when it comes to aiding
"M; Community Chest.
1 fitt up around 6 .
^collected from my first call
get up ..round 6 a.m., and
lave col
he explained. "I work
in
Jedily until ;,round u.30
*m'h S about the latest you can
bu-s,n,s, with restaurant men.
generally have lunch with
J. LEO EHRLICH
C^opodist-Foot Specialist
nounce The Opening Of
. S 0ffice At
> Lincoln Road
5!* Nat- Bank Blda.
^'368^69 Phon. 5-0025
2lTvJ 2 Hotel McAlpm
W Empire State Blda.
"w Yorlc City
my last contributor of the morn-
ing and perhaps take him to the
races with me in the afternoon.
Sometimes, aftei the races, I'm
able to get the donor to increase
his contribution."
Miolciii Lodge
Opera l\-iri x
January II
Launching its cultural program
for 1948, Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rrth will sponsor its second
annual Opera party on Jan. 14.
Wednesday evening at a per;
ance of "Rigoletto". at the Mi-
ami Senior High School Audi-
torium.
Marx Feinberg. has again be i-
appointed Chairman of the proj-
ect. He announces that a block of
200 tickets has been made avail-
able to members of Sholem Lodge
by Dr. Arturo Di Filippi. Direc-
tor of the Miami Opera Guild..
Opera party groups will be
afforded first choice of tickets.
which are on sale at $3.60. S4 20.
and $4.80. Tickets are available
at the office of Mr. Feinberg.
or at the Sholem Lodge office.
330 Seybold Building.
Charles N. Smolikoff. Slate
Director of the Florida State
CIO Council, will address mem-
bers of the Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. at their weekly
luncheon today, at 12:15 p.m.
at the Downtown Club. Mr.
Smolikoff'i subject will be
"The CIO vs. Anti-Semitism."
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Topp's Host To
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Topp's restaurant will be the
scene of a dinner party given for
200 people of the Old People's
Home of Miami Tuesday. The af-
fair is being sponsored by various
local civic groups through the
efforts of radio announcer and
columnist. Jack Knfoed.
George Greenspan, operator of
Topp's said that several of his
waitresses had given up much of
their free time to prepare cor-
sages for the guests. Mrs. Green-
span has asked Mrs. Lou Stoff
and Mrs. Lou Lipman to assist
her with the committee of host-

The annual aftair was held at
Topp's two years ago when
inspan last managed the es-
tablishment.
I Peterson Candidate To
I Railroad Commission
Marcus D. Peterson has an-
nounced his candidacy for a seat
on the Florida Railroad and Pub-
lic Utilities Commission.
Born in Trenton. Florida, Peter-
son studied at the Florida Normal
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enlist in the Army for World
War I. The 14-year Miami resi-
dent is now a conductor of the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad.
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PAGE SIXTEEN
*Jewish fhridlton
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19,
Beach Jewish Center Drive Starts;
Volunteer Workers Report $56,610 Raised
Miami Beach Jewish Communi-
ty Center 1947-48 Campaign for
$150,000 additional funds com-
menced Tuesday. At the first re-
port meeting held last night at
the Chevra Kadishah Banquet at
the Victor Hotel George J. Talian-
off, general chairman of the drive,
reported at the conclusion of the
second day of the campaign that
a total of $56,610 had thus far
been raised. With the knowledge
that more than one-third of the
goal had been reached, Talianoff
urged the fifty volunteer workers
to cover their prospect cards in
order to assure the attaining of
the goal.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Center, whose re-
turn Tuesday from an extended
tour of Europe and Palestine,
marked the opening of the drive,
lauded the campaign leaders and
workers last night for their
"splendid beginning." Pointing to
the inadequacy of the facilities at
the present Center building,
Rabbi Lehrman stated: "Ours is
a truly significant contribution to
the religious, cultural and re-
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creational life of our community."
Joseph M. Rose, president of
the Congregation, paid tribute
to the efforts of the campaign
workers stating: "This is an
undertaking which has the
wholehearted support of our
membership and our communi-
ty. We have undertaken this
great task ourselves without
any paid professional assist-
ance. I lake pride in the fact
that everyone of our workers
from George J. Talianoff, right
down the line, have volun-
teered their services."
The present campaign is a
clean-up drive, approximately
$300,000 having been previously
raised in 1945-46 for the erection
of the new Center building. Upon
completion, the edifice is ex-
pected to be the largest Jewish
place of worship in the South.
The structure will include a main
Synagogue Chapel with a seating
capacity of 1,600, an auditorium
and social hall accommodating
1,000, a library, twenty-one class-
rooms and several administrative
offices. It will have a dome of
original Palestinian design. It is
expected that the new building
will be available for occupancy
between this coming Passover
and the High Holy Days.
In addition to Talianoff. the
campaign leaders include Samuel
Friedland, chairman Building
fund division; Abraham Good-
man, chairman initial gifts com-
mittee; Joseph M. Rose, president
of the congregation; I. Louis
Mintzer. special gifts; Ed. Singer,
hotel division; Mayer H. Frankel,
tourist's division; Mrs. Ira Cole
Walsey. women's division; Jack
D. Burris, general solicitation di-
vision; Alfred Stone, construction
committee; Bernard Feiner, real
estate division; Herman Berk,
legal committee; Archie Brick,
publicity committee; Harry Sir-
kin, rating committee; Isidore
Goldberg, trades committee. The
team captains are: Nat H. Hank-
off, Alex Sussman, Joseph M.
Lipton and Oscar Mamber.
Daniel M. Broad, chairman of
the seating committee, is at the
office of the Center. 1415 Euclid
ave., to arrange for the sale of
permanent seats in the new Cen-
ter.
Jr. Il;ulassali
Coronation Ball
Coronation Ball of the Greater
Miami unit of Junior Hadassah
will take place Saturday, Decem-
ber 27 at the Beach Cabana club
for all old and new members of
the organization. Memberships
will be accepted at the door the
night of the formal.
Crowning of "Miss Member-
ship," the member who has re-
cruited the most new members,
will highlight the evening's plans
The winner is to have her name
inscribed on a gold loving cup.
Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's Division
of Hadassah. under the direc-
tion of Miss Edyth Fleischer,
sponsored a game party last
night at the President hotel.
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Max Kletter, nationally famous
operetta star and composer, will
appear Sunday at the Miami
Beach High school auditorium
headlining a musical program
presented by Jacob Schachter.
Also scheduled for the evening
are the Feder sisters more com-
monly known as the "Song Birds"
who with Kletter will provide
an evening of songs, music and
comedy scenes, commencing at
8:30.
The three artists are to be
heard this morning in a pre-
view appearance over Schachter's
Jewish Musical Program, Station
WBAY, at 11 a.m.
Kletter, who has played in
many of his own shows, is a
veteran of several large Theaters
in New York City. He has been
heard on the radio many times
and has a number of recordings
to his credit, the most famous
of which "The Anniversary
Waltz," has already sold over a
half million copies. He is also
gifted with a talent for the violin
which he will display publicly for
the first time, Sunday. .
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work for the National and Clin-
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well as lead.ng ipotstalX
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