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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
DiPiduiQun
0 __ NUMBER 52
Machinery Set Up For UJA Campaign
ATLANTIC CITY, Dec. 16 (JTA)A "plan of operation" setting up campaign machinery blanket-
ing the entire country and mobilizing all communal forces within Ante
paralleled sum of $250,000,000 for the Jewis
today by U.J.A. leaders following the conclusion of
VOLUME
Arab Violence Flares;
Casualties Increase
TFRUSALEM, (JTA)At least 20 Axabs and seven Jews died
P lestine last week-end as the uneasy quiet which reigned
h ut most of the week ended in blasts oi submachine
USIfflld the roar of bombs.
^" r ht Arabs died and 16 were wounded on Sunday when
f ed at an Arab bus which failed to halt at a Haganah
5S block between Ramleh and?-
EVmallah The Haganah was op-
eraTin t that vicinity following
! number of attacks this morning
n TeUh vehicles during which
5/35 were murdered. The
ro, Gideon Gelobter, 25 and
Hannah Possek, 28, were stabbed
and beaten to death when an oil
ank truck which they were dnv-
ng was captured by an Arab
Sd. In another attack on the
Le road four Jewish- settlement
"licemen escorting a convoy
ere wounded when Arab guer-
^T^Xspital in Safad
Was attacked by Arabs who had
Sn up positions in a nearby
Sffing They were eventually
ten off after one of their num-
ber was killed and several were
wounded. Two Jewish guards
were injured, but none of the
hospital staff nor any patient was
hurt The building from which
the Arabs attacked, the highest
in the town, was occupied by the
Arab Legion several days ago. A
curfew was imposed on Safad.
JTA Correspondent Killed
Robert Stern, an employee of
the Palestine Information Office
and a former Jewish Telegraphic
Agency correspondent, was shot
dead as he walked from his of-
fice.
The shooting of two British of-
ficers on a crowded Jerusalem
street was acknowledged by the
Irgun, which stated that the at-
tack was in reprisal for the rape
of a Jewish girl by British soldiers
last week. The underground group
pointed out that it had carefully
chosen members of the Lifeguard
Regiment, of which the attack-
ers of the girl were members. The
Haganah immediately denounced
the Irgun attack as a "provoca-
tion."
A Haganah unit raided the
Arab village of Deirajoub, damag-
ing several houses but injuring
no one. The Arabs were told that
the raid was a warning and not
a reprisal tor the killing of a Jew
in the area last week. If further
attacks occur, the Jewish militia
stated ,the Arabs will suffer more
severe damages and casualties.
In the Tel Aviv-Jaffa border
area Saturday night the Haganah
blew up several Arab strongholds,
killed a number of Arabs and a
British soldier. A Haganah
spokesman apologized for the
death of the soldier, asserting that
he was mistaken for an armed
Arab. The Haganah also issued
an apology to the Arabs of the
village of Khisas for the acci-
dental killing of five children
during a raid on the headquarters
of a guerrilla band which had
murdered several Jews. Ten
Arabs were killed in the raid.
Over 250 Arabs, 125 Jews Killed
Jewish sources early this week
surveyed the results of the "first
round" of Arab-Jewish violence,
estimating that the outbreaks
have so far cost the lives of more
than 125 Jews and over 250 Arabs
and resulted in the wounding of
more than '.!00 Jews and over 300
Arabs. Observers feel that the
Jews have won the first round.
but that the danger is far from
over.
With both sides racing against
time to equip and organize their
(Continued on Page 4)
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Bomb Arab Mill
JERUSALEM A bomb
squad of members of the Irgun
Zvai Leumi organization de-
stroyed an Arab flour mill in
the Tel Aviv-Jaffa no man's
land Tuesday night and set off
a fracas in which Jews, Arabs
and British soldiers and police
fired wildly.
At least one Arab was re-
ported killed and possibly
three. Ten Arabs or more were
wounded.
Overseas Trio Reports
To be Heard Jan. 5th
Plans for an all day conference to receive the reports of
Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz who
recently returned from a six-week inspection trip to Jewish
communities in Europe and Palestine were announced yester-
day by Jacob Sher, President of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration which sponsored the overseas expedition.
The affair will start on Sunday
raise the un-
mapped here
rican Jewry to
i Appeal in the coming year, was
the fivi d ly conference yesterday.
The country has been divided into :i0 gei regions, within which will be mobilized the
local leadership in an intensive, discentralized campaign. A committee of ten will serve as an advisory
body to assist during the campaign.
Isidore Sobeloff of Detroit, addressi: last night, called for "psychological
parity" in conducting the campaign. He said that the Jews ol America, in supporting the $250,000,000
quota will again channel their drives througl I e I welfare funds. The local funds will offer the
following four-point program:
1. To promote the creation and development of a Jewish State in Palesti
2. To maintain and rehabilitate the1,250,000 J Europe until -
improvement, or emigration relieves their situation.
3. To receive, assist and integrate into Ami i an life the
fortunate enough to be admitted to the United Stal
4. To support domestic and local agencies in thi fields of health, welfare, recreation, care of the
aged, youth work, education and community relati
"In effect," Mr. Sobeloff said, "tl e campaigns, by using psychological parity to embrace all these
four points will serve as a basis ed out program at home and abroad. They will provide
the financing underpinning to activities on which Ami rican Jews have agreed as a common platform.
tine,
governmental
aid, economic
displaced persons and other refugees
Truman's Report
Show* Inequality
WASHINGTON tWNS) Jew-
ish students "do nut have equal
opportunity with non-J
students in the choice of institu-
tions and in certain fields of ad-
vanced study" it was disclosed
here by the President's Commis-
sion on Higher Education in a
report made public this week.
This situation has been aggrav-
ated in recent years, the Com-
mission declared. It further rec-
ommended the removal from ap-
plication forms of educational in-
stitutions "of all questions per-
taining to religion, color and na-1
tional or racial origin."
Holiday Deadline
Because Thursday, press day,
is a legal holiday, the Jewish
Floridian will again go to press
on Wednesday of this week.
Therefore, no news items will
be taken over the phone after
Monday evening. Only articles
submitted in clearly written or
typewritten form will be given
any consideration after that
time. Publication in any event
after Monday's deadline is
doubtful.
1 \ Commission
To Meet Jan. 7
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA The
first meeting of the five-member
U.N. Implementation Commission
for Palestine will take place Jan-
uary 7, U.N. Secretary-General
Trygve Lie announced at a press
conference. Mr. Lie added that
he had notified the governments
of Bolivia. Panama. Philippines.
Denmark and Czechoslovakia
the member states of the commis-
sionof the date of the meeting.
Thus far. only Bolivia has ac-
knowledged receipt of the in-
formation, and she has informed
the U.N. that her representative
on the Palestine body will be
named within a few days.
A Group of Miamians in Attendance at the UJA Conference
morning, January 4, 1948, with a
breakfast at the Steak House, 2362
Collins ave., Miami Beach, and
will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m.,
Mr. Sher announced.
"When we held our Bon-
Voyage party at the Columbus
Hotel nearly 800 people were
present to pay their respects to
Mrs. Selig, Rabbi Lehrman and
Mr. Orovitz," Mr. Sher said. "I
know the entire Jewish com-
munity will want to be on
hand to greet our delegation
and to hear the message that
they will bring to us from our
fellow-Jews in Europe and
Palestine. Because of the large
attendance expected, reserva-
tions will be accepted in the
order received."
Mr. Sher said that in addition
to the reports from the members
of Federation's overseas delega-
tion, the conference is expected
to review the problems of the
Jewish States in Palestine, the
needs of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and accept a 1948 campaign
goal for Greater Miami.
Chairman of the program com-
mittee in charge of the January
5th conference is Stanley C.
Myers. An arrangements com-
mittee is headed by Mrs. Sol
Leslie and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher.
Preceding the conference the
Board of Governors will hold a
joint meeting with the Federa-
tion Budget Committee on Satur-
day night, January 3. At this
meeting it is expected that the
budget committee will bring in
its recommendations for the al-
lotments to the 50 agencies that
will participate in the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. With the
1948 needs of the Federation
agencies approved, the joint meet-
ing will recommend a campaign
goal.
This goal will be presented to
the entire community at the Sun-
day conference for consideration
and discussion. In view of the
fact that the United Jewish Ap-
peal national goal has been raised
to $250,000,000 for 1948 as against
its 1947 results of $125,000,000, it
is anticipated that the Federation
goal in 1948 will be in excess of
$1,500,000. according to Morris
Klass, Federation Executive Di-
rector.
Mr. Sher said that tickets for
the breakfast at one dollar, in-
cluding tip, will be issued in order
of reservations up to the seating
capacity of 1,000.
1948 CJA
i rfpsianated Chairman of
,-u Mrs Abraham Goodmsn. recently -Jesigna ^ ^
Hillel Sabbath
At Synagogues
National Hillel Sabbath is being
observed tonight at most of the
Jewish synagogues of the Greater
Miami area. As is customary. Un-
iversity students from the Uni-
versity will be guests at the con-
gregation pulpits.
Purpose of this observance, ac-
cording to Rabbi Albert Michaels,
director of the Hillel organiza-
tion at the University of Miami,
is to acquaint the Jewish com-
munity with the programs at the
universities. The local program
has three-phases: the history of
Hillel; the local Hillel program;
and "Jewish Youth Faces the
Future."
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PAGE TWO
9-Jenistncrldlar
LEWIS NAMED
CANCER HEAD
J. Gerald Lewis has been chos-
en president of the Dade County
Cancer Society at a meeting Mon-
day in the Alcazar hotel. The
society's immediate plans are to
raise an additional $250,000 for
the purpose of building a Cancer
clinic in Miami. J
Succeeding William C. Hill as
president. Lewis will be assisted
by newly elected officers: George
Kennedy, vice president; Paul
Bruun. secretary and David
Phillips, treasurer.
Stanley D. Mendenhall. former
newspaperman, was named ex-
ecutive director for the organiza-
tion which is opening head-
quarters at 800 N.E. Second ave.
Plans are for the fund-raising
campaign to be held in February
or March, Mendenhall revealed.
The $250,000 needed will supple-
ment $200,000 already obtained by
the society, he explained.
Upon its construction on a 5'?
mile site behind Jackson Me-
morial hospital which the society
has leased from the city, the new
clinic will be the only one south
of Jacksonville. It will provide
free treatment for all applicants.
Work on the building is expected
to begin early next year,
FRIDAY. DECEMBER
J. Gerald Leivis
Dr. Scheinberg
Receives Fellowship
Dr. Peretz Scheinberg has re-
ceived a $3,000 fellowship which
will permit him to continue re-
search work he is now doing at
Duke University hospital. Dur-
ham. N. C.
He is one of six to receive the
awards from the American Col-
lege of Physicians.
He is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mendel Scheinberg of 400 S.W.
9th ave. He was graduated from
Miami Senior High school and
Emory university school of medi-
cine. Atlanta.
Plans for a membership party
to be given January 28. are
being formulated by Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. chairman, and Mrs.
Morris Wolf, co-chairman, of
the membership committee of
Miami Beaoh Group of Ha-
dassah.
Invitations are extended to
members who bring in five or
more new members. Informa-
tion is directed to Mrs. Weinkle.
5-3935. Mrs. Wolf. 5-0276. or
Mrs. Harry Platoff. 5-0163.
Temple Sisterhood
Fetes Students
A tradition of more than ten
years standing will be continued
on Sunday night, December 28,
when Temple Israel Sisterhood is
| to hold its annual dance for Jew-
. ish college students in the Miami
| area.
Both visiting and local students
are invited to the dance, for
which no admission will be
charged. Arnie Grayson's or-
chestra will provide the music
and refreshments will be served.
Mis Max Meisel is chairman
for the dance this year. Assisting
her are Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs
Isaac Levin. Mrs. Harry Ne.v:ns.
Mrs. Norman Rossman. Mrs.
Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Harold
Spaet, Mrs. Adolph Werthcimer,
and Mrs. Louis Zeientz.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Guest At Reception
Celebrating the birthday of
their Rabbi Emeritus. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, the women of Temple
Israel Sisterhood will hold a spe-
cial reception in his honor after
the Friday night services tonight.
On the committee to plan the
special event are Mrs. Herbert U.
Feibelman. chairman; Mrs. Sam
Hantman, Mrs. Harry V. Simons.
Mrs. Henry Hirsch, Mrs. Henry
Wolff. Mrs Stuart Gordon. Mrs.
William Lehman, Mrs. Frank
Pearlman. Mrs. Maurice Serotta.
Mrs. Louis Zeientz. and Mrs.
Adolph Wortheimer.
The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association
I III: 4.1(1 VI III MIAMI
VAAII II \K VSIIIII I II
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.
Malter'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 Market, 415 Espanola Wav
Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 732 6th St
Lobel'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 SIGN! IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE
FOR KASHRUTH" '
For information regarding kashruth, call our Director Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky. phone 2-7439.
Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are- Harry
Sirkin, president; A. M. Bear, vice-president; H. Sooiin Secre-
tary; S. Lobel, treasurer.
Beach Hadassah
Copa Dinner Dance
January 4
Now in the completion stage
are arrangements for the Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah dinner
dance to be held at the Copaca-
bana club January 4. Chairman
of the affair, Mrs. Joseph Lipton
has announced that reservations
may be made at any time. All
proceeds are for the Hadassah
Medical Organization.
Headlining the Copa show will
be Kay Thompson, famous night
club entertainer, and the Williams
Brothers, current reports reveal.
Reservations for the evening in-a,
dude dinner at 6:30 a.m. and the
evening's entertainment. Dress is
optional. .
Mrs. William Bernstein, co-
chairman, and Mrs. Lipton, are
being assisted by a committee
consisting of Mrs. Ralph Kaplan,
Mrs. Samuel Friedland. Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert, Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Sam Sapiro. Mrs. Alex Van
Straaten. Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk.
Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. S. A.
Goodman. Mrs. Alex Robbins.
Mrs. Bernard Fuller, Mrs. Max
Meisel, and Mrs. Harry Rubin.
Because accomodations are
limited. Mrs. Lipton has advised
that members and friends of the
organization contemplating at-
tendance make arrangement im-
mediately. Choice seats are avail-
able at $17.50; all others $12.50.
Information and reservations are
directed to Mrs. Lipton. 5-1903, or
Mrs. Bernstein. 5-4388.
Television Artist
Visits Parents
wart.
Miss Marcelle Sch
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Natl
Schwartz of 3035 S.W. ist
arrived home Monday,
her
appearance with
ave,
*ing
Mrs. Joseph Lipton
Weekly luncheon meetings
of the Miami Beach Lodge
B'nai B'rith have been resumed
Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m.. it was
announced by Walter Kovner.
president. The group will meet
at the Russian Bear Restaurant.
929 Lincoln Road, until further
notice.
folio
the Tilt.
vision Show Monday over station
WRGB. Schenectady, N. Y p,e
sented by the Television W0rt
shop of New York.
Miss Schwartz had the femafe
lead in "Moonbeam Song" a
fantasy directed by Judy Duprey
edjtor of Telev.sor Magazine
author of "Television Show Bus,
ness. The Miamian \s a ,
student of the American Academy
f ra,matic Arte. now studying
at Columbia University under
Prof. Erik Bernow, president of
Radio Writers Guild.
Known here for her work on
local stations as well as with
USO shows and ATC Contact
Caravan, Miss Schwartz has also
done modeling in Miami as well
as in New York. Her ambition is
to become a radio actress, writer,
director and producer.
FLOORS
Sanded and Finished
5c a square foot and up.
Expert Workmanship
Phones 3-97773-7966
VETS TED and JESS
NORTH BEACH HOME PATROL
18 Years of Reliable Service
All Bonded Employees
For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860
6190 Pine tree Drive, Miami Beach
HAROLD'S. INC.
Hairdressers
1039 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Phones 5-0467. 5-0468
440 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale
So Many Years .
And it lives on in
Jewish Tradition
CARSTAIRS
White Seal
UNDID WHISM*
For So Many Years ..
THE FESTIVE WHISKEY PREFERRED
IN JEWISH HOMES
Often when we light the candles to usher in the
Sabbath, we bring out the bottle of Carstairs White
Sealan appropriate part of the Sabbath setting
that blends admirably with the festive atmosphere.
And no wonder, for Carstairs White Seal is the
perfectly balanced blendrich yet light; mild y<
heartytruly a festive whiskey for a toast on the
Sabbath and holidays and on all joyous occasions.
CARSTURS who sieail
THE PERFECTLY BALANCED BLEND
Bl.nd.dWhUk.T 86.8 Proof 72% Grin N.utr.1 Spirit.
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wWV DECEMBER 26, 19 Arab League Countries Equipped With
United States Surplus War Supplies
Arab League countries now
jnthe midst of aRg.css.on against
pjestinc have received $37.311.-
S worth of United States war
lomcnt Since V-E Day. it was
scC in Washington today by
,'uis Bromf.eld. co-chairman of
American League for a Free
JtaSS. "in total the United
States Government has promised
laber-rattling Arab Kings
the
0Ver $41,000,000
of surplus war
Bromfield, show that $41,275,041
worth of government war surplus
8 apportioned as follows:
"Surplus property price s,"
Bromfield indicated, "are general-
ly nominal valuations several
times smaller than the cost of re-
placing the material; $41,000,000
represents a lot of arms at these
prices."
Bromfield stated that a five-
point program, calling for stop-
Total Commitment
Eevpt ................* 9.337,691
5B>?'n ......... 1,000.000
SEEn"'! ....... 5000,000
bnan ..:......... 8:890,350
Bahrein ".'............ 17,047.000
Delivered To Date
$ 9,337,691
Nothing
2,036,449
8.890,350
17,047,000
according to
Totals ...........$41,275,041
(Briitish Protectorate near Arabia)
oroperty delivered mainly through ping th
the Office of Foreign Liquida-
tions Commission," Bromfield
states. "We have committed the
folly "f already releasing ninety
^rcent f this Army material.
America is being used as an ar-
senal for pro-Axis despots against
our allies, the Hebrews of Pales-
tine "
Litest figures.
$37,311,490
arms shipments and
an embargo on Arab League
traae, was submitted to Secre-
tary of State Marshall on October
14. "The State Department still
has taken no action. As far back
as August, 1946, the American
League for a Free Palestine pro-
vided the government with de-
tails of the British conspiracy to
prove bloodshed.
Navy Hero Speaks
At Club Luncheon
Solomon Isquith, recently re-
tired rear admiral of the United
States Navy, will address the
members of the Sholom Lodge
Bnw Brith Luncheon Club today
at 2:15 p.m. in the Downtown
Club. Seybold Arcade.
f^tf^L. has Pa'tic.pated in
World War I and II. Before
World War II he served as Dis-
trict Legal Officer of the third
and the 5th Naval Districts His
recent war record includes active
duty in the Phillipines, China
and Japan, and participation in a
number of invasions in the south-
west Pacific and the Orient. He
served as Commanding Officer of
the attack transport U.S.S. Noble
which is still in action. Admiral
Isquith received the Naw Cross
ior saving 90 per cent of his crew
while a senior officer aboard the
U.S.S. Utah during the attack on
Pearl Harbor.
Bill Pallot, luncheon chairman,
will introduce the speaker whose
subject is "An Eyewitness Ac-
count of the Invasion of Okina-
wa." Sam Silver, president, will
preside.
PAGE THREE
Emma Lazarus B & P
Group Gives Party
A party for paid up members
of Emma Lazarus chapter B'nai
B'rith Business and Professional
Women, was held Sunday eve-
ning at the International hotel
beach and cabana club, 4323 Col-
lins ave.. Miami Beach.
Committee chairmen included:
Miss Dolly Pont (past president).
refreshments; Miss Lyn Warner,
arrangements; and Mrs. Sydney
Katzif, telephone.
Essen
Construction Co.
2236 N.W. Miami Court
Commercial
and Residential
Construction
LICENBED AND
INSURED
Guaranteed Work
Phone 3-6924
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Landau Chap. Organize
Employment Committee
Miss Rosilyn Kivel and Janet
Rosen head the newly organized
employment committee of the
B'nai B'rith Young Women's
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter. Ac-
tivity of this committee is to as-
sist members of the group in ob-
taining employment throughout
Greater Miami.
A group of other committees
have also been formed which in-
cludes: membership, Peggy Katz:
cultural. Edith Schulman; re-
ligious, Louise Raphael: commun-
ity service Judy Rosoff; overseas
aid. Frances Horngrad: athletic.
Winnie Epstein: social, (co-
chairmen) Pat Blau and Rita
Mersel; newspaper, Gloria Far-
kas: publicity, Annette Wallman.
Arlene Sisselman, and Margie
Stern; anti-defamation, Shirley
Friedman; telephone committee.
Eva Rosner; hospitality. Sheila
Wallman.
The social committee recently
announced that a party will be
given on Sunday at the home of
Johnie Pancoe, 327 28th St., Mi-
ami Beach, in honor of the ap-
pointment of Mrs. Irving Becker.
the new advisor for the group.
President Shirley Collegeman
has cancelled the meeting ol
Dec. 29 so the BBYW can par-
ticipate in Runyon Fund Day.
Ben-Horin Answers
Bergson Attempts
A vicious "smear" attempt by
the Bergson group to undermine
support for the future Jewish
State in Palestine was answered
today by author and Palestine
authority. Eliahu Ben-Horin, ad-
viser on Middle Eastern affairs
to the American Zionist Emerg-
ency Council, in a letter to the
New York Herald-Tribune.
Pointing out that it was the
Bergson strategy "to continue the
cruel joke which they played on
the Jewish people when they es-
tablished themselves as the self-
styled 'liberators' of the Hebrew-
nation and ambassadors of Jew-
ish Palestine." Mr. Ben-Horin
charged that the Hebrew Com-
mittee of National Liberation was
continuing Us policy "to muddy
the waters and add bewilder-
ment to the public mind."
Stanley Saffron, holder of
the 1947-48 scholarship given
by the B'nai B'rith Women of
Sholem Lodge recently. Saf-
fron is an accountancy senior
at the University of Miami.
According to publicity chair-
man. Mrs. Milton Sachs, the
S250 award was based upon
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Sam J. Halperin
Realtor Prexy
Sam J. Halperin has been elect-
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Bn.rd of Realtors for the ensuing
year, to succeed Mark A. Smith.
Other leaders chosen to serve
with him include: Hugh Larrick,
first vice-president; C. H. W.
Read, second vice-president; Al-
len M. Martin, third vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Marvin Neumann, ex-
ecutive secretary (for the 20th
consecutive year); and C. W.
Chase, jr., treasurer. Jack Justice
was named corporation secretary.
Officers were elected by the
board of directors at a meeting
in the board's office, 420 Lincoln
Rd. Installation will take place
January 12.
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as a member of the city zoning
commission, as well as many
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EDITORIAL


1947 AND 1948
At this time, when the calendar indicates a
new year, it is proper to look back upon the year
just ending and look forward to the one which is
just commencing. We Jews have acquired the
habit of making this inventory twice during the
year, on Rosh Hashonah, the Jewish New Year,
and at the end of December when a new secular
twelve-month cycle is about to begin.
In international affairs 1947 was marked by
a growing rivalry and dissession between the
Soviet Union and the Western Powers. Yet this
dark cloud of disagreement and outright hostility
contained a silver liningthe agreement of Russia
and the United States upon the establishment of
a Jewish state in Palestine.
For us Jews the most important day in 1947
was, of course, November 29, when the United
Nations General Assembly finally decided to set
up a Jewish state in a partitioned Palestine. It
was the happiest day for Jewry in many, many
years, the most joyous, perhaps, since November
2, 1917, when the Balfour Declaration was issued
by the British Government. That our joy is being
marred by bloody Arab-Jewish warfare does not
deprive the event of its great significance in
Jewish history. It is only an indication of the birth-
pangs of Jewish statehood.
The year 1948, we can confidently expect,
will bring the birth of the Jewish state, will, per-
haps, end the homelessness of the displaced
Jews of Europe and will add dignity and self-
respect to American Jewry. But during 1948, too,
American Jewry will be called upon to carry out
a tremendous task-to raise the UJA S250,000,000
quota which will make possible the functioning of
the Jewish state, the rehabilitation of the dis-
placed and homeless and the enhancement of
Jewish dignity and self-respect the world over.
Upon the shoulders of the five-and-a-half mil-
lion American Jews, therefore, rests the decision
as to whether Jewry will win through in 1948,
win through in Palestine against temporarily
hostile neighbors and in Europe against despair
and hopelessness. If we but will it, we American
Jews can make certain that 1948 shall truly be-
come the year of Jewish redemption.
DISTURBER OF THE PEACE
PARTITION 1 onni \r
The Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor
Zionist Organization of America, communicated
with its 322 clubs in 35 states in the United States
and Canada calling upon them to hold victory
rallies in their respective communities in celebra-
tion of the United Nation's vote to establish a
Jewish State in Palestine, "the greatest event in
two thousand years of Jewish history."
Hailing the decision to establish a Jewish
State in Palestine as a concrete evidence of the
constructive power of the United Nations the
executive committee of the Rabbinical Council of
America, gave expression to its hope that the
Arabs will soon recognize the hand of friendship
that is extended to them by their Jewish neigh-
bors and will not succumb to the instigation of
the irresponsible elements in their midst by re-
jecting it.
COLLEGE QVOTAS
The report of the President's Commit
Higher Education which urges the prom i D
tion of the selective quota system in AP ^
colleges and universitiesa system wkTh^
based mainly on racial distinctions and "
marily directed against Negroes and kv,!l*\
be heartening to all who believe that sorneth'
should be done to put into practice Am '
principles of democracy and equality in ^T^
of higher education. ar8a
Rightly the President's commisssion stat-
that the quota system is inconsistent with the ba
American belief that intelligence and ability *
present in all ethnic groups and declares it to^
based on the European idea of nationality dk
tinctions. Instead of attempting to solidify ft
various ethnic groups which make up the W
icon nation, the quota system in American in'
stitutions of higher learning tends to divide them
the report correctly points out. It urges that Amer
icon higher education be made access bit to all
Americans, without regard to race, creed, sex o
national origin.
We wonder whether the report of the Presi-
dent's commission will lead to a change of heart
on the part of those in control of many American
colleges and universities which are still main-
taining the pernicious quota system. It is general-
ly agreed by all persons of good will, both in and
outside the country, that there is altogether too
much racial prejudice in American life at this
moment and that this racial prejudice at home
does not serve American interests abroad. If a
start is to be made in eliminating ths prejudice
surely it is not illogical to expect that it ought to
be made in those circles which claim to represent
American intelligence and American ideals at
their highest and bestthe colleges and universi-
ties. Surely we have a right to demand that lead-
ers of American education who are called upon
to teach and direct other Americans by their
example show what equality of opportunity in
American life ought really to mean.
The President's commission deserves the
gratitude of all who would like to see American
democracy maintained and preserved.
Palestine Violence
Mounts Death Toll
(Continued from Pase l)
forces, it is felt that the decision
as to whether there will be con-
tinued bloodshed depends on the
following three factors: 1. Speedy
and resolute U.N. action 2 The
Haganah coming out into the
open and aequiring heavy armor.
3. King Abdullah's inclination to
accept partition.
Fulfillment of any one of these
three conditions will lessen the
possibility of warfare, while at-
tainment of the first two will au-
tomatically result in the third.
The point that is stressed is that
the stronger the Haganah. and
the less its activities are ham-
pered, the less the possibility ol
violent conflict.
Jewish sources cite the fact
that the mere appearance of
Haganah planes over the Negev
in the last few days has discour-
aged the Bedouins against mak-
ing further attacks on Jewish
colonies. However, even arming
of the Haganah, they admit, will
not completely obviate the possi-
bility of clashes, since the Mufti
and other extremists will try by
all meansincluding supplying
money and manpowerto make
the Palestine Arabs rise.
Meanwhile, Arab workers are
slowly returning to work in Jew-
ish-owned enterprises and the
country's economic life is grad-
ually returning to normal. Many
observers believe that the Arabs
will continue to resume their
every-day life until the Mufti
gives the signal for a fresh up-
rising.
Commenting on the Arab Lea-
gue's recent meeting in Cairo, in-
formed circles stress the Mufti's
failure to obtain from that body
a clearcut statement of support
for his policies.
Greater Miami Vaad Instructs Public
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth, community wide kash-
ruth association in the Greater
Miami and Miami Beach area,
and a participating agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, has issued a bulletin of
rules and regulations for the in-
formation and guidance of the
commun.ty.
The Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth has affiliated with
it the following synagogues: Beth
David Congregation, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Miami; Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman; Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Miami; Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah, Rabbi J. E.
Rackovsky, Miami Beach; Tem-
ple Beth Sholem, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Miami Beach.
The kashruth association now
administers supervision to 17
butcher and poultry establish-
ments located in Miami Beach, as
well as the Greater Miami area.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
rector of activities of the Greatei
Miami Vaad Hakashruth, issued
the following information re-
garding certain matters relative
to kashruth:
1. In conformity with the
kashruth law, meat is not to be
eaten unless the blood has first
been drawn therefrom in accord-
ance with a specific procedure
2. This procedure requires that
any meat substance which con-
tains blood must have its surface
washed. The meat must then be
soaked for a half-hour and then
salted properly on all sides foi
one hour. The meat is then
washed of its salt which has
chemically drawn the blood from
its veins and the meat is then
ready for use. It may then be
boiled, roasted, fried, or ground
and made fit for kosher use.
3. Caution, however, must be
employed in the case of the
grinding of meat. Meat becomes
non-kosher if ground before it is
properly salted because in the
grinding of meat, the solid meat
substance mixes with the blood,
and salt is then powerless to
draw the blood.
4. It is recognized that some
people demand such meat from
the butcher. The butcher, there-
fore, is under obligation to have
two grinding machinesone for
kosher-made meat, and the other
for non-kosher-made meat. It is
the purpose of the Vaad Ha-
kashruth to call to the attention
of the public the fact that non-
kosher-made meat, when ground,
becomes trafe and must, there-
fore, not be purchased.
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth officers are: Harry
Sirkin, president; A. M. Bear,
vice-president; H. Sootin, secre-
tary and S. Lobel, treasurer.
I ml a isiii Council
Charges Viinicv
NEW YORK. (JTA)-In a wire
to U.N. Secretary-General Ti vgve
I.e. the American Council' for
Judaism has asked that the Unit-
ed Nations make clear to the
Jewish Agency that it does not
speak for all the Jews of the
world.
The Council, taking cognizance
of the Agency's recent request
that it be heard by the Securitv
Council as representing the in-
terests of the Jewish community
m Palestine and Jews through-
out the world, stated that "our
sole representative before anv
agency of the United Nations is
the duly constituted representa-
tives of the U.S. Government
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority is
Siring a parry ,or 30 4$^
of thf Kwd.ll hom, of Miami
Hebrew Tear tiers
I :ie 1 Officers
Agudath Hamorim Hoivrim, the
Hebrew Teachers Federation of
Greater Miami will hold a special
meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Friedman, 1030 Washington ave
Miami Beach (rear).
Election of officers will take
place. Discussion on teaching
methods will be led by Mr. Fried-
man.
W. C. Hospital to Receive
New Year's Eve Proceeds
Workmen Circle, Vladeck
branch, 699. of Miami, and their
women's club, will celebrate New-
Year's eve at their lyceum, 1545
S.W. 3rd st. All proceeds of the
evening will go towards the W
C. hospital in Palestine.
Dinner begins at 10 p.m.
Music, dancing and singing are
also anticipated by the members.
Cantata Rehearsals Start
Rehearsals for a dramatic can-
tata, to be presented by Junior
rladaasah and Masada to most
of the Zionist organizations for
Chmisha Osar B'shvat, will begin
this Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
home of Miss Jeanette Tupler, di-
rector. All young men and women
between 18 and 30 are invited to
attend this organizational meet-
ing at 1035 14th st.. Miami Beach,
whether a member of the spon-
soring organizations or not.
Spinoza Fa rum
"Palestine Today and Tomor-
row" will be the topic of discus-
sion tomorrow of the Spinoza
Forum at 3 p.m. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will give a description
of the Holy Land and its oe>ple
under the canopy on his ld\vn,
124 11th St.. Miami Beach.
Professor Ralph Whelan, Dr.
Z. I. Sabshin. Mrs Fdwin Niman
of Forest Hills. N. V and Mrs.
Byrdie Zahler of Columbia. S. C.
will lead the discussion
Hebrew Group Speakers
Discuss Palestine Issue
Histadruth L'tarbuth Ivrith
celebrated the establishment of
the Jewish commonwealth this
vcek with an affair held on the
lawn of Mr. and Mrs. P. Puch-
koff of 1330 S.W. 9th st
Discussions of Palestine and
the duties of American Jewry
were led by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. Dr. M. A. Lipkind, A. P
Gannes. I. Goldberg and A
Mukdoni. J. Z. Stadlan, president
of the group, officiated.
Pupils of the Religious School
of the Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center whose birth-
days occur this month will be
honored on "Birthday Sunday"
December 28th: Nelson Briefer.
Leon Chira, Winifred Feingold,
Mielte Korda, Dabby Slater,
Karen ?rin' Mrlyn Sorin.
The "Birthday" mothers will
rva luncheon to the whole
school after classes r, over
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FHJDAY. DEgMgjW
^J^istfhrldltan
nd Mrs. Chos. Goldstein Golden Annniversary
flebrated With Family And Friends On Sunday
PAGE FIVE
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
will mark their golden wedding
inniversary Sunday with a party
at Beth David Synagogue. No in-
vitations have been issued, but
friends of the family are asked
to join :n the celebration.
Arrangements for the evening
have been made by the couple's
children, Mr, and Mrs. William
Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Goldstein and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Aronovitz, all of Miami. Dr. and
Mrs. Isaac N Weinkle. a son-in-
law and daughter, have come
from New York City for the oc-
casion.
Grand children to be present
include Carol and Eugene Arono-
vitz, Steve and Jane Goldstein,
and Romelle Weinkle.
The Goldsteins came here from
Jacksonville about 25 years ago.
They are originally from Newark,
N. J.. but have spent a total of
over 31 years in the South.
Rabbi Max Shapiro is to per-
form the wedding ceremony in
commemoration of their fifty
years of marriage. Cantor Maurice
Mamches will assist.
Buffet dinner and dancing will
also be furnished the many guests
expected.
The couple lives at 1520 S.W.
Fifth st.
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Announce Engagement
Betrothal of Miss Sylvia Rota-
pel to Dave Gottlieb has been an-
nounced by her uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Enerfeld
of Miami Beach. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gottlieb
of Miami Beach. .
Miss Rotapel is associated with
Sue Preem Maid Coat & Suit
Co. Her fiance is a real I I
broker. .
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Florida Honeymoon
For Jack Blocks
Now touring Florida for their
honeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Block who were united in mar-
riage by Rabbi Max Shapiro last
Sunday. The afternoon ceremony
in the garden of the home of the
bride's brother-in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dubbin ol
813 Catalina PI.. Coral Gables.
was followed by a dinner for the
150 relatives and friends attend-
ing.
The former Miss Shirley G
berg is the daughter of Joseph
Greenberg of 4745 S.W. 3rd st
She is a graduate of Miami Senior
High and attended the University
of Miami.
Mr. Block, son of Mrs. Rose
Block, 2276 S.W. 2nd St.. is a
student at the University Law
School. He is a veteran ol ovei
two years in the Armed Forces.
and was graduated from Miami
Beach High School.
Personally Speaking...
Marc^Levin^fM- %S*d wi &Y host to Mr. and Mrs.
at 600 JSSli rJlk Chy Ver ,he holidaYs at ^ he
* *
nVJtMd MrSn JSeph Slu,Sky' Ellenville' New York- have ar-
PlazalS^ cSC\and ^ Spending ,he Season at at SPnv H .? SkyS' Wh Wn ,he Nevele Coun*Y Club
at EUenville are the parents of Ben Slu.sky. Murray Weinger's
partner in the Copa Cabana here.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Solis S. Cantor and daughter. Barbara, are
stopping at the Belmar hotel while enjoying holiday vacation
at Miam, Beach. Mr. Cantor, a Philadelphia advertising agency
head, also has a branch of his office on Lincoln Road. The
Cantors will return to Philadelphia in time for New Year's eve.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Engleman of New York City are spending
the holiday season in Miami Beach as guests of the Harry
|Dinnersteins. 6401 North Bay Road. The Englemans are Mrs.
Dinnerstein's parents. Mrs. Gussie Dinnerstein, mother of Mr.
Dinnerstein, also is a house guest.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wittan, 9049 Carlyle ave., Surfside,
| have as their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherer of
Silver Spring, Maryland. Mrs. Wittan returned last week from
Chicago where she had spent three weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Taradash and their son, Randall Mark. Mrs. Sherer
and Mrs. Taradash are daughters of the Wittans.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Herrmann and daughter, Judith L., are
iin Miami Beach from New Jersey spending the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rakoff at 701 Meridian ave. Dr. Herrmann
is Mrs. Rakoff's brother.
* *
Home from Florida State College for Women. Tallahassee,
are Miss Louis Gans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans of
2531 S.W. 14th st. and Miss Naomi Machtei. daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, 1450 S.W. 17th Terr. They will be
here until after New Year's.
* *
Howard J. Barnhard and his fiance. Miss Fay Miller, are
spending their holiday vacation from Medical College, Charles-
ton, S. C, with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard, 242
Michigan ave., Miami Beach. They are to be married Sunday
at 2 p.m. at Beth Jacob synagogue.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Weinkle and their 8-month-old
daughter, Romelle Erney, are here from New York City to at-
tend the golden anniversary celebration of Mrs. Weinkle's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Romelle is the young-
est grandchild of the Goldstein family. The Weinkles are both
former residents of Miami Beach.
* *
A son, Robert Alan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Mandell of 902 S.W. 2nd st., at the St. Francis hospital, Decem-
ber 11. Mrs. Mandell is the former Miss Sunny Margoles,
dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Margoles.
* *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson at 3411 Day ave.,
Coconut Grove, is Mrs. Jacobson's aunt, Mrs. Peter Naken,
Chicaqc.
* *
Several relatives of the Spinoza Forum leader, Dr. Abraham
Wolfson who are now visiting in Miami Beach, will take part
in the discussion on "Palestine: Today and Tomorrow, to-
morrow afternoon at the forum meeting. Those participating at
me meeting at the home of Dr. Wolfson, 124 11thit, include
Sf! and Mrs. Oliver W. Wolfson of Flushing. L I, Dr. and Mrs.
Sward Wolfson of Jersey City; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nirnan
Ft Hilk NY'Mr and Mrs. E. Zahler, Columbia, S. C. Mrs.
N^an and' Mrs Zahler are active in Hadassah work, and Dr.
Oliver Wolfson recently spent two years in
Charles Peretzman's
Announce Engagement
Of Youngest Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretz-
man of 926 15th st., Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
of their youngest daughter,
Palestine.
The couple, both local residents
most of their lives, will make
their home in Miami, upon their
return.
-I
Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein and family of Bethlehem,
a,lu .._ j___ ,;tk Mrs Goldstein s
Mrs. Harold Robin Host
To Pupils At Musicale
Mrs. Harold Robin, local piano
teacher will be hostess to a
group of her piano pupils at a
holiday party and musicale at
her home. 6231 N.W. First Ct., on
Saturday, Dec. 27,
p DUDils who win
Dawn
at 2:30 p.m
Among the pupils who will rendei
piano selections will be Dawn
Wintz. Tito Wintz, Jo-Ann Rhod-
en. Rose Berman, Mary Bowles.
Elaine Snyder, Doris Keen Tom-
my Markowitz, Harvey Kasow,
Wavne O" Robert Barrett, Joe
Aul't, Fr; C llatz. Jean Can
A duet, pi yed by Tommy Mark-
owitz. and Harvey Kasow will
conclude the musical program.
Pa.. .Md may spend "?"
parents,
Rabbi
Mr and Mrs. Moses Pallet of Miami
+ + *
Weintraub, prominent
Zionist leader and
!SaiCt JTheNemo hotel Miami Beach, has offered
ator vacahoning at he Ne-^ ^ ^ ^ ^
filSTSi -St *- 2*his s,ay in the com"
munity.____________________
w ruon Wed to Martin Cohen Thursday
May Cohen Wea to wn ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
now employed ir
by
Miss
A ceremony solemnized
Rabbi Moses Mcschefoff joined in
marriage Miss May Cohen and
Martin Cohen a. the Beth Jacob
svnagogue on Thursday .1 8p.m.
'The bride is the daughter of
Inrf Mrs Samuel Cohen of
New
born
and is
where she is
the Administration Offices.
The groom is the son of Mrs.
Esther Cohen and the late Harry
Cohen of New York City. He 1st
veteran of World War II and is
now a student at the same col-
leg?
After a honeymoon in Georgia.
the couple will reside in New
York City.
Miss Peretzman
Katherine Cheryl, to Richard Bell,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bell,
also of Miami Beach. The be-
trothal was made known at a
surprise party given December 25
for Mrs. Peretzman's birthday.
The bride-elect attended school
at Miami Beach. She was elected
the first queen of her kinder-
garten class, and the most popu-
lar and best looking of the Miami
Beach Senior High school grad-
uating class of January, 1947.
Her fiance was also graduated
from Miami Beach High, later
serving two years in the Armed
Forces.
No date has been set for the
wedding.

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Interim Committee
To Meet For AJC
NEW YORK The Interim
Committee of the American Jew-
ish Conference will meet in New
York, Monday, December 29 to
implement the decision to estab-
lish a permanent organization
reached at the Fourth Session in
Chicago on December 1. The first
step to be undertaken will be to
set up a national election board
to organize and direct the election
of delegates to the all-inclusive
representative body of American
Jewry. Preparation for the hold-
ing of elections is expected to be-
gin in January.
Acting on the Chicago man-
date, the American Jewish Con-
ference is continuing to pursue
its objectives in the defense of
Jewish rights overseas, securing
restitution, working on the prob-
lems of displaced Jews, pressing
for the adoption of an internation-
al bill of human rights, while it
simultaneously lays the ground-
work for the permanent body.
The Chicago session did not de-
cide to convert the present Amer-
ican Jewish Conference into a
permanent organization. It ap-
proved the establishment of a
permanent organization on the
basis of the plan drafted by the
Committee on Future Organiza-
tion. It also charged th< Confer-
ence with implementing this sub-
ject.
The American Jewish Confer-
ence will continue to function
until the new organization is set
up. when it will hand over all oi
its assets to the new body. For
the time being, the Conference
will carry out the work in pro-
gress and will negotiate with
Jewish organizations and groups
on their participation in the elec-
tions to the new body which will
represent both the communities
and the national membership or-
ganizations.
The Interim Committee is com-
posed of representatives of the 9
blocs in the Conference and 15
members co-opted at large.
While the Fourth Session de-
cided that the present Interim
Committee should continue in
office, all groups were given the
opportunity to make desired
changes in line with the tasks
facing the Interim Committee at
this time.
Hebrew School
Latf Services
Start Friday
Opening of the late Friday
night services of Miami Hebrew
School will take place this eve-
ning at 8:15 p.m. in the new
synagogue, 1101 S.W. 12th ave.,
according to an announcement by
Rabbi Simon April.
Rabbi April will appress the
congregation on the subject "The
Jews, Past and Present."
A social hour will follow the
services. The public has been in-
vited.
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FOR REST, CONVALESCENCE
AND CHRONIC CASES
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Jewish Aged Home
To Elect Directors
Elections of members to the
board of directors of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will take
place January 14, at 8 p.m., at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center. Those chosen are
to serve for a 3-year term.
Nominating committee of the
organization appointed by the
president, Harold Spaet, recom-
mended the following for elec-
tion: Dr. Datfid Andron, Sam
Aronstein, Leo Chaikin, Charles
Cohen. Irving Frankel. M. H.
Frankel. Louis Gillman, Fanny
Land, S. Lobel, Max Orovitz. W
J. Piowaty, Sam Reinhard, Hy-
land Rifas, Monte Selig. Herbert
Sher, Sophie T. Sherry, Harold
B. Spaet, John Temple, and Dr.
Barmy Weinkle.
According to the constitution,
other nominations may be made
by any twenty members who
submit to the recording secretary
the nomination in writing, signed
by them, at least ten days before
the time set for the annual meet-
ing. Members must be paid
through 1947 to be permitted to
vote.
Program fullowin gthe election
is to consist of an address by Dr.
David Andron, musical selections
by Dr. Paul Beck, European op-
eratic tenor, and Miss Ruth Brot-
man, operatic soprano, accom-
panied by Miss Anyuta Melicov.
1,
-
Rnbhi Simon April
Zionist Youth Director
Visits Southern Cities
Seventeen Southern communi-
ties will be visited during the
months of January and February
by Herman Popkin, Atlanta,
Youth Director of the Southern
Zionist Youth Commission, joint
youth agency of the Southeastern
Zionist Organization of America
and the Southern and Southeast-
ern Regions of Sr. Hadassah. A
tour of Florida is planned for
early spring.
Purpose of Mr. Popkin's visit
will be to meet with Zionist youth
groups and leaders in each city to
coordinate activities and plans for
the movement in keeping with
the expanded program undertak-
en by the Commission for Young
Judaea, Jr. Hadassah, Masada.
IZFA (Intercolligate Zionist Fed-
eration of America) and local
Youth Commissions.
Pioneer Women No. 1
Sponsor Celebration
Pioneer Women, club No.
are giving a joint celebration of
the 46th anniversary of the Jew-
ish National Fund and the estab-
lishment of the Third Jewish
Commonwealth, January 4 at 8
p.m. in the auditorium of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
618 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach.
"Behind the Blockade," one of
the latest technicolor Palestinian
films dealing with Jewish ac-
hievements will be shown. John
Caradine is narrator of the film
and Richard Tucker, metropolitan
opera tenor, sings several selec-
tions. It has been directed by
Max Helfman.
Speakers for the evening in-
clude Dr. David S. Andron, dis-
cussing the establishments of the
commonwealth, and Rabbi Max
Shapiro, speaking on JNF. Can-
tor Jacob Y. Goldring will offer,
several vocal numbers accom-
panied by Joseph Schreibman.
Tickets may be obtained from
any member of the Pioneer Wom-
en, club No. 1.
THE PIONEER
WOMEN'S CLUB No. 1
Wishes to Thank the people ol
The Dorann Apts
1244 Pennsylvania Avenue
For their Chanuka gift of
FIFTY DOLLARS
to the Jewish National Fund
Cocktail Party For
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Mrs. Alexander KoganWlllhe
hostess to a cocktail Par. "^
the Sisterhood of Temple '"
Sholom Monday from 3 to 5?
at her home. 3722 Royal **;
ave., Miami Beach, Proceeds ,
the affair are to be J
^support 0f the re], ious
Admission to the party wi .
the sale of $25 or more b. aHc
for the Sisterhood Journal TW
contemplating attendance 2
asked to call Miss Amdur, 5-68,9
before Sunday. wl9'
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sophomore at Lehigh University.
Other guests at the hotel, stay-
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year, arc Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fine
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J^Y,DECEMBTO26,
1947
+Jewlstncridlia,ri
Community Chest Serves Pathetic Cases;
Reynolds Announce Drive Dates Feb. 1-17
pathetic and Varied
PAGE SEVEN
which come daily to A.
lident of the
re-
L.
Com-
ports
,,r m W 2nd st.
1 .'cosmopolitan Miam. as an in-
,tonal gateway produces sit-
t6lns seldom counterparted in
pother communities." Rey-
arkid. "This is one of
t'
$
n
funds wilirun from Feb
Sat we attain our minimum goal
"96.77. to continue the
0f 21 Red Feather's
0f"$8,345,596.77. to <
*Srta?W.- The drive for
^nds will run from Feb. 1 to 17.
Turning to routine reports from
various agencies which were piled
n desk. Reynolds cited two
rases concerning refugees and
how they were served by two
Community Chest agencies.
Only a few years ago, Erie
i_ was in a German concentra-
tion camp." sa.d Reynolds. "The
gas chamber loomed for him.
Then came rescuing American
soldiers.
Eric finally got to the United
States. He was in ill health when
he arrived in the Miami area. He
wanted work. He wanted to learn
the English language. He wanted
story they told was tragic. The
little girl of five had never seen
a real doll. Given one by a Trav-
elers Aid worker, she was en-
chanted. Any attempt to take it
from her drew fervent tears.
Travelers' Aid contacted rela-
tives of the father in Peru, Rey-
nolds explained. "Money for
passage to the South American
country was forwarded here and
the little family started happily
for a new landand a new life."
Blood Bank Plans
New 150.000 Bldg.
Plans for the new Blood Bank
building to be situated North of
Jackson Memorial hospital were
revealed recently by A. J. Cleary,
chairman of the board of directors
of the Dade County Blood Bank.
About $150,000 is to be used
for the 130 by 70-foot building
which will be constructed on a
site leased from the City of Mi-
ami. .
Ratification of the 99-year lease
on the site by the directors ac-
companied approval of the sale
of the present Blood Bank build-
Rose Chapter
Reviews Activities
A review of the year's activi-
ties will be presented by Miss
Shirlee Zimmerman at the next
meeting of ROSe Chapter, B'nai
B'rith to be held Tuesday eve-
ning, 8:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Paul Leopold, 1018 Meridian
ave., Miami Beach.
Among the important projects
sponsored by this organization
lunng the past yeai were the
purchase of "Sin a Song of
.dship" books for presenta-
tion to the local schools, several
parties at the Veteran's hospital,
and presentation of gifts to the
veterans.
A report will also be heard on
the chapter's programs for the
coming year.
I
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OPENING DECEMBER 19th
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AMI P F A C H
ing to the city for $32,600. Ac-
to be an American. But he didn't cording to Cleary, the building
know how to go about accom-
plishing his objectives in his new
and strange environment."
Then, according to Reynolds, he
was put in touch with the Jewish
Social Welfare Bureau, a Com-
munity Chest agency at 127 N.W.
2nd st. Today reports find him
progressing rapidly in the free
land of his adoption.
There was the case of a couple
with two small children picked
up by the Miami police. The little
family, recently arrived in Amer-
ica, was unable to speak English.
Police took them to the Travelers
Aid Society of Miami, also a
Chest agency with headquarters
at the 2nd st. address.
The agency learned they were
refugees from Austria. The father
had been a slave laborer under
the huns of Hitler. They were on
their way to Peruto start a
new life.
But their funds were exhausted
when they reached Miami. The
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Most of the money to be spent
by the organization of the new
building came from distribution
of serums developed by the Blood
Bank's technical and research di-
rector, Dr. John Elliott, Cleary
explained. This fund will be aug-
mented by the $32,600 derived by
the sale of the old buidinu. and
by a gift of $25,000 from Mrs.
Robert Ludwig to help pay for
the new building.
The chairman also pointed out
the progress in Dade county since
the establishment of the Blood
Bank in 1941. in that 1400 blood
transfusions are now being pro-
vided every month, whereas the
entire year of 1940 only reported
703.
The John B. Orr Co. has been
designated as the Blood Bank's
agent to construct the new build-
ing.
Miami Y Basketball
Schedule Announced
Schedule for the varsity basket-
ball season of the Miami YMHA
has been released by Chuck Klein,
athletic diirector. Next game is
to be Monday evening at 7 p.m.
agains VFW No. 471.
Members are asked to plan
ahead on the evenings which the
team will play in the Miami
Municipal basketball league
schedule. All games will take
place at Edison Senior High
Senior High school gym.
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PAGE EIGHT

Home For Aged Celebration Sunday
To Launch Life Membership Social Club
Sunday, December 28 at 2 p.m., [Mrs. Rose Shapiro and Mrs. Sally
marks the first celebration of the
dedication of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, 335 N.W. 12th ave
The occasion will also be used to
launch the organization of a Life
Membership Social Club of the
Home.
Residents of Greater Miami
have been participating in a name
contest for the club. The award
of a 17 Jewel Bulova wrist watch
will be made on the afternoon of
the celebration to the winner ol
the best name.
Rabbi Irving Lchrman, recent-
ly returned from Palestine, will
deliver a message of greeting
There will be a program of songs
by Judy Nelson and Mrs. Albeit
Naness. Phil Weinberg, attorney
will be master of ceremonies
Hosts for the occasion will be
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz
and family. Music is being sup-
plied by the Miami Federation
of Musicians. The four piece band
will be under the leadership o:
Irving Seltzer. Max Greenberg is
chairman of the arrangements
committee and is being assisted
by Samuel Ritter and Jack Plot-
kin and Phil Weinberg,
The refreshments committee i-
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Harry Shargaa, assisted by Mrs
Max Daum, Mrs. Harry Simonoff
Mrs. Charles Minowitz, Mrs Mor-
ris Bear. Mrs. Harry Klein and
Mrs. Oscar Green. Mrs. Isidore
Cohen will be chairman of tin
reception committee with Mrs
Samuel Ritter. Mrs. Max G een-
berg and Mrs. Benj. Sherrj
program committee is under the
chairmanship of S. B Miller aided
by Joel Zalis and Paul Raff
Mrs. Beryl Lehrman is char-
man of the judges committee to
select the best names submitted
The other two judges a.11 be
Spaet. Refreshments will In-
served and all are invited to at-
tend. There will be no tariff and
no solicitation of funds Sunday.
Jewisfi fhridftar
Wolf Bar Mitzvah
Robert Manley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Wolf. 730 10th st.. Mi-
ami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. at
raroAY.DECEMBER 26,1947
Frank Bar Mitzvah
Edmond. son of Mr. and Mrs
David A. Frank of 1544 W. Flagler
st.. will be Bar Mitzvah to-
morrow morning at the Miami
Hebrew school and Junior Con-
gregation. The confirmand wil
address the congregation and
Rabbi Simon April will respond.
Services will begin at 9 a.m. to
which all friends of the family
are invited A reception follows
at the synag gue, 1101 S.W. 12th
ave.
Leffler Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leffler
announce the Bar Mitzvah last
Saturday of their son. Jerry Mor-
ton, at the Miami Beach Jewish
25 Students Register
Jewish Studies College
A. P. Gannes, dean of the new
College of Jewish Studies, has
announced that the program has
a total registration of 25 stu-
dents. Sponsored jointly by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Miami YM & WHA. the col-
lege meets at the Y Monday
nights from 8 till 10:30 p.m.
Courses offered to date include
those in Hebrew. Modern Jewish
Affairs. Literature, and the Jew-
ish dance.
"The college has steadily gained
both in momentum and poulari-
ty." Gannes reDorted. Those de-
siring to join are advised to at-
tend on class nights.
Center Fund
Reaches $76,100;
Dec. 31 Wind-up
S76.110.00 has been raised in
the current Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center Building Fund
Drive, announced George J. Tali-
anoff. chairman of the campaign,
at a reception tendered in honor
of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Sun-
day evening. December 21. at the
Social Hall of the Synagogue.
With over one-half of the goal
reached dui ing the first week of
the drive, Talianoff expressed
confidence that the objective of
$150,000 would be attained De-
cember 31 when the campaign
ends.
Leading fund-raising team re-
porting Sunday night was that
headed by Joseph M. Hose, presi-
dent of the Congregation, with
S21.000 in new pledges reported.
Other campaign leaders aie Abra-
ham Goodman, Samuel Friedland.
Isidore Goldberg, Alfred Stone.
Oscar Mamber, Harry Sirkin.
Harry Levin'e, Nat H Hankoff
and Nathan Glosser.
Ed Singer, chairman of the
hotel division, will make his re-
port at a meeting of the cam-
paign workers Monday night As-
sisting Singer are George Gold-
berg, Leo Eisenstein. Joseph M.
R se, I. Lou:s Mintzer and Nat
H. Hankoff.
The next report meeting will
be held December 28 at 10 a.m.
at the office of the Center.
The new building of the Cen-
ter is now under construction at
17th st. and Washington ave Mi-
ami Beach, the structural steel
having been erected. It is ex-
pected that the building will be
ready for occupancy July 1, 11148.
Robert Wolf
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating
A reception will be held in his
honor Sunday at 5 p.m. at their
home for friends of the family.
Out-of-town guests for the
celebration include: Al Wolf, Mr',
and Mrs. Leo Wood and son,
Mrs. Sam Israel, and Edward Is-
rael, all of Chicago; Leo Wolf of
San Francisco; and Mrs. H. Alper-
son, Omaha. Nebraska.
Richard Paul Bernard
Bar Mitzvah
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Paul.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ber-
nard, took place last Saturday at
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
addressed the members of the
synagogue.
A reception was given for the
boy by Ins aunt and uncle. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Giller of 1220
Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach,
which was attended by over 100
of the family's friends. Out-of-
town relatives here for the oc-
casion included: Mr. and Mrs.
William Silverman and their
daughter, Mrs. Munroe Klaussner,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman
and children. Dorothy and Paul,
and Mrs. Louis Moss, all of Jack-
sonville.
The Bernards live' at 520 Mich-
igan ave., Miami Bl ai
Jerome Leffler
Community Center. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman officiated.
A luncheon reception was held
at their home, 1120 Pennyslvania
ave.! Miami Beach, after the serv-
ice.
Among the guests from out of
town were Benjamin Leffler and
Joseph Strok of New York City,
and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Chach-
kin of Philadelphia.
MoisheOysherTops
Talent Array For
Beth Jacob Program
a -.
screen and radio, will k! a
featured artist at a gala -L he
being presented at the Beftg
Congregation. 301 Washing
ave.. by the ConKregatS gl!!
Sisterhood. Sunday af gj and
Oysher. at present api-ari
at the Little Roumanians'c*
he outstanding Jewish tenor"
the country by most critics.
.TuR^Cr Wi,h him wil1 appear
Mtchel Rosenberg, nationally!
mous comedian.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will
open the program with liturgic
and classic Jewish selections fol-
lowed by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Folk Chorus under the leader-
ship of Louis Powesky, in j
varied musical program.
Mrs. Libby Fishbein, prominent
local pianist, will accompany the
artists and present a number of
piano selections.
Tickets are available at the
Beth Jacob office, 311 Washing-
ton ave.
Masada Chapter
Mii-.m-.iI Program
Singing of new Palestinian
songs under the leadership of Miss
Josephine Berman, talented spe-
cialist, will feature the meeting
of the newly reorganized local
chapter of Masada. national young
Zionists' organization, at the home
of Ted and Judy Nelson, 1320
Michigan ave., 8 p.m Sunday
night.
The musical program scheduled
by program committeemen Abe
Se-haeffcr and Seymour Hinkes
will also include records of va-
rious marching and field songs
of Holy Land Jews, and the first
of a series of short talks by Dr.
Eugene Edelman on Jewish his-
tory.
During the absence of President
Joseph Pardo. who is on his
honeymoon, the remaining board
members of the group have plan-
ned a concerted membership
drive, and have urged that all
young men and women in the
twenty-to-thirty age group in-
terested in cultural, social and
educational activities centering
around Zionism attend Masada
meetings.
Ft. Lauderdale Handicap
At Gulfstream Saturday
The Fort Lauderdale Handicap,
featuring next Saturday's pro-
gram of racing at Gulfstream
Park, has attracted 15 middle
distance runners in quest of top
money in the $10,000 added purse.
The value of the stake was re-
cently increased from its original
$7,500, and is expected to draw
an excellent field of speedsters
to the post.
Although weights are not due
from the offices of Racing Sec-
retary W. R. Dahlstrom for sev-
eral days, early indications are
that H. K. Haggerty's Rampart
Gustave Ring's Raspingo, the
Sunshine Stable's Let's Dance.
William Noble's Kay Gibson, S.D.
Sidell's Iodine, Joseph Tucci's In-
cline and several others must rank
high in Dahlstrom's figures.
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Leader* of the Miami Beach JewUh Community Centpr buildinq fund drive, .v. u
conferring over hearing report, of the campaign. Left to right ar.7sam Friedland G^ro^I T^H*b
general chairman (standing). Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Joseph M. Ro*e. G#or9* J- Talianoff,
Sunday, December 28
At 8:30 P.M. at
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE
301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Will Appear in Person
Moishe
Oysher
The Master Singer of Our People
MICHEL ROSENBERG
The Famous Jewish Comedian
Also Appearing
The Jewish Folk Chorus of Greater Miami
Tickets al Synagogue Phone 5-6150
Moishe Oyhr and Michel Rosenberg will appear through *** c*.
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p.ntY, DECEMBER g.
1947
*,Jewist>fkridian
youth Tournament
Plans Gala Pageant
Mid-winter tournament of B'nai
JL youth organization* will
'under way tomorrow eve-
L with a barbecue and dance
\ZA and BBG groups of Mi-
^ nd West Palm Beach. Head-
Jbv Mi- Jntof D.BG. and Gerald Shank-
Bi
Axlrod
man ol Sigma Rho AZA, the con-
vention committee has planned
a full program of activities in-
cluding sp rts, social and cul-
tural activil i
A debate <>n the subject "That
There Should Be Released Time
From Public Schools for Re-
ligious Education," will take place
Sunday afternoon at the Miami
Beach Community Center, chair-
man Murray Shear reported. All
boys and girls may participate.
The activity will be followed first
by an oratory contest on the sub-
ject "Thro- Wars After," and
then by a boat ride and enter-
tainment in the evening headed
by Leo Rosenberg.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak at
breakfast at the Center Sunday
morning, according to Pat Curtice.
chairman.
Basket!);: 1!. volley hall, debate
finals, bowling and Softball have
been planned for Monday after-
noon, and ping pong, a track
meet, finals and softball
finals, and a buffet luncheon,
schedu'ed for Tuesday. Arthur
Bolotin is in charge of bowling.
Richard Pallot, the track meet,
and Rosalie Margolis, the buffet
lunch.
Climax of the convention, ac-
cording tn Miss Axlrod and
Shenkman, will be the nite club
affair Tuesday night, in the patio
of the Shoreham and Norman
hotels.
B'nai B'rith Women
Sponsor Dunninger
Local Appearance
Dunninger master mental tele-
pathist and magician who has
been praised by such personali-
ties as Walter Winchell, King
George, the late Thomas A. Edi-
son and President Roosevelt, of-
fers the sum of $10,000 to anyone
who can effect a spiritual phe-
nomenon which he cannot repro-
duce, or who can point out any
paid employees, stooges or con-
federates who could possibly as-
sist him in his telepathic read-
ings which he will give in a
benefit performance for Miami
Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith at
the Municipal Auditorium. Bay-
front Park, Tuesday, Jan. 20, at
8:30 p.m.
The committee headed by Mi-
Harry Gordon have the co-op<
tion of a long list of well known
citizens as patrons to this major
event. Proceeds go towards the
many affiliations of the B'nai
B'rith. .
Dunninger in talking about the
"goings on in women's minds''
recently said in an interview that
he was startled by some of the
things that he has found in the
subconscious thoughts of women!
"I've been reading their
thoughts for years now," he said.
"and rarely are their thinking
processes free from emotional
coloring. It is true that their
thoughts are frequently stimulat-
ed by personal feelings. It is
seldom that any person or situa-
tion enters a woman's mind with-
out an emotional reaction of some
kind tagging along. I have also
found that they are more tense
than men, that even their
thought processes are seldom re-
laxed."
Strange as it may seem. Dun-
ninger believes that women are
more blood-thirsty than men.
'Look at the women hunters," he
said. "Did it ever occur to you
that those women who accom-
pany their sport-loving husbands
on hunting trips are exhilerated
not so much by the thrill of
sportsmanship, as by the instinct
to kill. Maybe this is a throw-
back to the days when all the
household provisions were ac-
quired in this manner. I am not
surprised at the facility with
which women replaced men but-
chers during the war, nor that
they found less distaste than men
for a dish of horse meat."
Dunninger pointed to the court-
rooms as an example of women's
emotional interest. "How they
love a murder trial" he continued,
"they flock to witness the specta-
cle, and you see them lean for-
ward with notebook on knee so
as not to miss a single detail
Those on the jury suffer less
qualms than their male colleagues
i
PAGE NINE
Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Last Friday I was privileged to
Ihe W.....ning of one of tli.
test motion pictures ever pro-
duced, "Gentleman's Agreement."
The film, which is to have its
southern premiere in Miami and
Miami Beach New Year's Eve, is
superb entertainment.
"Gentleman's Agreement" is a
stirring, exciting. profoundly
noving dramatic story which ex-
plode n er Hollywood myth.
Producers have kepi away from
the theme of anti-Semitisn
ing, "Anti-Semitism is too con-
troversial for films
undertook the same genera! tin me
w weeks ago and ;
be good box offici are."
however, subordinated the |
lem of anti-Semitism to a n
role in its melodramatic story.
"Gentleman's Agreement," on tin-
other hand, comes squarely to
grips with the struggle against
ligious prejudices.
We warrant that not ,i sit
calm pers in wil
theaters after having
absorbing film.
Excellently produced and ex-
pertly east, this moti n picture
reflects the artistry of 20th Cen-
tury Fox production chief I): -
F. Zanuck.
Gregory Peck, as Phil Green,
the young writer who masquer-
ades as a Jew for a few u
to gather material for a serii
of magazine articles, gives the
most forceful perfo nee of his
screen career.
Dorothy McGuire turns in a
top notch performance as Green's
girl friend who gropes her
toward a complete understanding
of her fiance's mission. John Gar-
field is impressive in the role of
retui ned soldier who comes face
to face with the problem of dis-
crimination in his daily life.
Dean Stockwell, Green's son
| will steal your hearts with his
splendid performance. Celeste
Holm plays a most refreshing role
as the magazine's fashion editor.
Other good performances may
be chalked up to June Havoc, as
Phil's secretary: Albert Dekker in
the role of the magazine editor
who gives Green his tough as-
signment and to Jan Wyatt. Ni-
cholas Joy, Sam Jaffeeand Kath-
leen Lockhart.
"Gentleman's Agreement is
masterful entertainment. It has
no rival as yet for the next Motion
Picture Academy Award
Beach Zionists
Pay Tribute To
Dr. Z. I. Sabshin
To pay honor and tribute to
Dr X I. Sabshin. an outstanding
worker for the Zionist organiza-
tion, the local Miami Beach dis-
trict together with the Jewish
rnal Fund committee is spon-
soring a banquet and musical pro-
gram Sunday evening.
Taking place at the Hygrade
ant, 731 Washing-
ton ave Miami Beach, the af-
fair will begin at tl p.m. Daniel
M. Br airman of the ar-
i ments c immittee
Dr. Sabshin has recently pub-
lished a book of Jewish poems,
all pr f which are to bo
turned over to the JNF.
Harmony Club
Honors Members
Harmony club of Miami has
planned 12 parties a year, to be
held once a month for the pur-
pose of celebrating the monthly
birthdays of members.
Attorney Natalie Wcinstein
played hostess to December's
n in her home this week
at 4122 Collins ave., Miami Beach.
She surprised the group by fur-
nishing a buffet dinner, waiters
and entertainment.
Rosalyn Ricci, sister of the re-
nowned Ruggiero Ricci. featured
the evening's entertainment with
several violin selections. Also
presented were Betty Halm, pian-
ist, who accompanied Miss Ricci.
and Attorney Sam Rand, who
The latter two are members
of the organizal
Hon red I >r their December
days were Helen Wolf, Dave
Joslett, Dave Shapiro, Attorney
Rand. Esther Steiber. and Re-
becca Bast.
Dr. Z. I. Sabshin
JWV Ladies Auxiliary
Re-elect President
Ladies auxiliary of Norman
Bruce Brown Post 174 of the
Jewish War Veterans re-elected
Mrs. Vera Rosenthal as presi-
dent of the group at a meeting
last Monday.
Others chosen at the election
include: Mrs. Rose Horn, senior
vice-pres.; Mrs. Shirley Isenberg,
junior vice-pres.; Mrs. Lillian
Stewart, treas.; Mrs. Lee Rosen-
thai, sec; Mrs. Augusta Birnberg.
and Mrs. Mae Braidman, trutees;
Mrs. Rose Mirell, chaplain; Mrs.
Kate Marks, hospitality chair-
man; Mrs. Kay Lingerton. color
bearer; Mrs. Gertrude Marks,
judge advocate.
Dr. Max I. Tendrich
Dentist
Announces the opening of an
additional office at
2190 S. W. 16th Street
Also Evening Appointments
Phone 3-9956
FOR MEN ONLY
$40,000 Stock Just Arrived
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Miami Beach
UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET
Daily 9-6; Sundays 11-2
Mizrachi Oneg Shabat
An Oneg Shabbat will be held
tthel Mrs. Bessie Adler-
bloom. 1820 S.W. 6th st. tomorrow
at 2 p.m. for the Mizrachi Women
of Miami Beach. All friends of the
organization are invited to attend.
M Emanuel Karger, cultural
'-ill speak on the work
of Mizi

in sending the defendant to the
electric chair. There is many a
fainting, cling-vine type among
them who might more character-
istically wear mandarin finger-
nails painted blood-red. But don t
misinterpret me, please." Dun-
ninger added quickly, "this is not
a speech against the fairer sex.
I'm just saying they're not the
timid meek souls that the old
novelists used to write about.
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Don't Miss
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On the Town Hall of Miami Series
Joint sponsors White Temple and Temple Israel Men's Clubs
at the
WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM
N.E. 2nd Avenue at 3rd Street. Miami
Monday, December 29th, 1947
8:15 P.M.
attend Kennedy and the Dorothy Thompson
Lectures on Feb. 26. 1948 for S2.40 Including tax
Single Lecture $1.50 including tax
You can
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Women,


PAGE TEN
Jewlstfhrktian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26


H. H. Hyman, Florida Power Executive
Re-elected As Dade Red Cross Chairman
H. H. Hyman, division man-
ager, Florida Power and Light
Co., was unanimously re-elected
to a second term as chairman of
the Dade county chapter of the
American Red Cross last week at
the annual meeting of the or-
ganization in Central School audi-
torium.
In addition Hyman has served
continuously as chairman of the
chapter's fund campaign since
1944.
Other officers are: vice-chair-
men, Mrs. M. F. Wittichen, H.
Stilson Brannen and A. F. Ar-
thur and E. G. "Don" Graham,
re-elected; secretary, Mrs. H. O.
Vance; and treasurer, James T.
Larimore.
In accordance with the chap-
ter's rotative board system, by
which the chapter elects annual-
ly 13 of its 39 elective board
members for three years terms,
the following new members were
Cross staff, Solverud was a case-
worker and assistant director of
public welfare in Cass county.
N. D. He is a graduate of St.
Olaf college, Northfield, Minn.,
and the School of Social Service
Administration, University of
Chicago.
A resolution was adopted by
the membership of the Dade
county chapter recognizing the
outstanding services to the or-
ganization of Henry E. Mangels
and C. Gordon Anderson, and
elected them to lifetime honorary
membership on the board of di-
rectors. Both Mangels and Ander-
son are former chapter chairmen.
Following the business of the
meeting a disaster rehabilitation^
clinic was presented, with Maur-
ice R. Reddy, director of disaster
relief operations in Dade county
as moderator.
Reporting on the 1947 disaster
H. H. Hyman
elected: Ed W. Deering, Eustace operations of the American Red
L. Adams, Leonard K. Thomp-
son, W. Sloan McCrea, J. Barco
Bishop. Re-elected to three year
terms were Mrs. Marvin D.
Adams, Dave Bosworth, Mrs. Lon
Worth Crow, Sr George W.
Davis, James T. Larimore, Joe
M. Lipton. Mrs. Charles I. Smith
and Dr. Everett S. Smith. Chosen
to fill board vacancies created
by resignations within the year
were: Benjamin W. Turner,
Comdr.. William N. Mansfield,
Charles Clements and Abe Allen-
berg.
Elected members of the ex-
ecutive committee were Charles
A. Mills, Mrs. John Canfield and
John H. Cheatam, Jr. The chap-
ter chairman announced the ap-
pointment of Truman H. Solverud,
assistant manager, Midwestern
area, American Red Cross, as
executive director of the chapter,
effective January 1.
Solverud became Midwestern
area assistant manager in 1943
after serving that organization
for seven years in various ca-
pacities. Before joining the Red
Your CompUto Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th It
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
Cross since the first hurricane
struck Florida three months ago.
Chapter Chairman Hyman said.
"The number of families affected
in Florida numbered 6,000; in
Dade county, 1,100. At one time
more than 1,000 persons were
sheltered in this county on a
long-time basis. Now all shelters
are closed except two. Three
families are still at the Negro
shelter at Mt. Bethel church and
375 persons remain at the Opa-
Locka shelter.
"Expenditures as of Dec. 13
totaled $595,604.68 for Florida;
$199,932.59 in Dade county. Since
this report of December 13, two
local advisory committees have
made awards for rehabilitation
totaling $18,000, which brings the
cost of relief operations in this
county close to the quarter mil-
lion mark.
"I would like to point out,"
Hyman added "that these figures
represent out-lays for actual re-
lief and rehabilitation and do not
include operational expenditures
of Red Cross."
Speaking of the organization's
approaching fund campaign, to
be held during March, Hyman
announced the American National
Red Cross quota of $75,000,000.
and said the Dade county quota
would be somewhat higher than
the 1947 goal of $301,000.
Life Insurance Eitttet
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
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M>7 Biecayne Bldg.
Ph. 1.1414 or 4-9981
Miami Hebrew School
and Junior Congregation
1101 S.W. 12th Aver, Miami
Presents
The Young Wonder Boy Cantor
and Genius with the Golden
Voice
ISROLIKEL
Officiating
Fri.-Sat.-Sun.Eve
Jan. 2, Jan. 3, Jan. 4
CONCERT
Tickets for Friday and
Saturday $2.00
| Sunday at Concert $1.50
March Of Dimes
Annual Polio Drive
Begins January 15
The 15-day March of Dimes
campaign to raise funds for fight-
ing polio and providing medical
treatment at Jackson Memorial
Hospital for those stricken, re-
gardless of race, creed, color or
financial status, will get under
way January 15, Jack Cleary,
county director, said today.
Judge George E. Holt, county
chairman, announced appointment
of Cleary to serve his tenth con-
secutive term as county director,
to be assisted by Neil J. Hayes.
with Mrs. Claire Weintraub in
charge of the women's division
and Roy Singer directing the
"Mile of Dimes."
Campaign headquarters have
been opened at 148 West Flagler
st., from where every phase of
Dade county community life will
be urged to send a ringing mes-
sage of hope to the many un-
fortunate victims of the dread
malady.
Students in every school will
be asked to assist in raising funds
to maintain the polio ward as a
bulwark against a possible epi-
demic and members of all clubs,
unions and organizations, along
with professional and business
people of every municipality will
be urged to give generously.
Research supported by the
March of Dimes is delving into
24 branches of science for a cure
or preventive of polio and half
the money raised here will re-
main in Dade county, with the
other half going to the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis,
founded by the late President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
S. .1. Freodman
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214 4th St.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
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For Synagogues and Private
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Mrs. Malamut
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Mrs. William Malamut, presi-
dent of the Versailles Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, was hostess to the
first pre-season luncheon and
card party in the Gulf Stream
Room of the hotel last Wed-
nesday honoring some 45 or
more socially prominent out-of-
town and local guests.
The KUi'Ht list included: Mrs. I ..-mi-
ll rd Ad.liiKin. Mis Albert Annls, Mrs.
Annie Ablmtt. Mrs. Charles Hlock,
Mrs Miie lleiek. Mrs. Albert Cole,
Mis. Charles Cohen, Mrs. Robert
K..iiis|.Iii, Mrs. Heriinin Frank, Miss
lluth FVeeilmun. Mrs. Henry QoM-
nian, Mrs. Charles (ilnsberg, Mrs.
Albert Grossman, Mrs. i:: i >-1 i 11
Goodman. Mrs. W, Urober, Mrs.
Samuel Hyman, Mrs. Samuel Hsdpern,
lira Lester Hart, Mrs. Leonard
JaoobSOn, Mrs Harry Kendls, Mrs.
P. Knynel, Miss Freda Newman, Mrs.
Benjamin Nowack. Mrs. Maurice
Rose, Mrs. Bldney Stein, Mrs, Ben-
jamin S.lselbaum, Mrs. Sidney stern,
Mrs. Marvin Silver, Mrs. Samuels,
Mrs Aaron Smith, Mrs. Benjamin
Small Quests frmn Philadelphia were:
Mrs Joseph DoblltS, Mrs. Mooney
Robinson and Mra Morris Wltlln;
from New York: Mrs. Adele Felix,
Mrs. George Herbert, Mrs. w. u.
K.ssler, Mrs. Henjamin Kay and Mrs.
Aiiie.i k Levy; from Atlantic city:
Mrs Morris Marks and Mrs LOUlsa
Lubln; Mrs Samuel l.unlz of Fenton,
Mrs. Harry Vlener of Washing-
C.
ton. li
xOGUST BROS HyE
Miami Air Show
January 9-10-11
Flying "Jennies," heli
jet planes, a baloon ascension .
"Bat Wing" parachute jump 'a
ers, landing a piane on .
an automobile, picking up a man
with a plane in flightall ,hes,
and many more excitements ate
crowded into the program of Mi
ami's 16th annual All American
Air Maneuvers, which take t0 lhe
air January 9, 10 and 11.
Announcing the completed pro
gram yesterday, S. C. Huffman
general manager of the big air
show, commented, ".Mlami-and
the countryhas never seen a
more spectacular air show."
ALEX DRUCKEr]
MUSIC TEACHER
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PAGE ELEVEN
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!
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
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
SOS CALLS
PLAN TO VISIT THE
BANK TWICE EVERY
YEAR
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G. M. A. CLUB
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Miami Home Milk Producers
Assn.
MM N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
Dan J. Abbott Electric Co.
MOO N. Miami Ave. Miami
CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHOOL
1849 James Ave. Miami Beach
BLUE DERBY RESTAURANT
W S.W. 8th St. Miami
BOND TRANSFER INC.
1812 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
Biscayne Laundry & Dry
Cleaners
231 11th St. Miami Beach
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
34 N.E. 11th St. Mi0"'
CHARLES B. CLEVELAND
605 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
DADE FAT AND GREASE CO.
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KENYON AUTO STORES
1903 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
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47 N.W 1st St. M,aml
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236 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
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400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami
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1338 N.W. 29th St. Miami
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3557 N.W. N. River Drive Miami
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1740 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
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301 N.W. 9th Ave. Miami
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55 N.E. 24th St. Miami
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1750 N. W. 10th Avenue
Phone 9-1631


PAGE TWELVE
MmMIflcrldlian
S^xssrsm^a
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2fi 10fr

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Hebrew Academy Designates
"Formal Organization Week"
The Hebrew Academy, located
at 6th st. corner Jefferson ave.,
has set the week of Dccmber 27th
to January 2nd as "Formal Or-
ganization Week." The Academy,
which is in existence only 3%
months and had been occupied
during this period in furnishing
and equipping its new building,
in enrolling its roster of over 100
students, and in launching a pro-
gressive and comprehensive cur-
riculum combining both an ex-
emplary American educational
program together with an in-
tensive Hebrew training, has now
undertaken and adopted plans
for formal organization of the
membership. directorate, and
functions of the Academy.
Dr. David S. Andron. president
of the Academy, stated: "During
the last few months, the found-
ers and members of the Academy
were engaged in the voluntary
task of launching this model and
progressive school. The urgency
for the existence of a school such
as the Academy, which offers to
the boys and girls of our com-
munity a rich, broad and com-
prehensive American and Hebrew
education, compelled the immed-
iate establishment of the educa-
tional and functional foundation
of the school. Now* that the Aca-
demy has been successfully
launched, plans for the formal
organization of the Board of Di-
rectors, with its necessary com-
mittees to guide and direct the
various phases of Hebrew Aca-
demy work, have been under-
taken."
The Hebrew Academy is a com-
munity project sponsored by
many leaders and educators in
the Greater Miami and Miami
Beach areas. At the present time,
the school includes classes for the
first, second, third and fourth
years, as well as various pre-
school classes and kindergarten
groups. Another first-year class
is now scheduled to commence
February 1st, in addition to the
one which is now in existence at
the school, as well as a fifth-yea;
grade of boys and girls. As the
school advances, each term classes
will be added until there is a
full and complete educational
program covering the entire eight
years of elementary school ed-
ucation.
All the instructors of the
school's English Department arc-
licensed teachers under the Flor-
ida Board of Public Instruction,
and all our teaching personnel
are experienced in the model and
progressive form of education.
The Academy has a fleet of
Vases which transport the chil-
dren to and from the school, in
the City of Miami as well as Mi-
ami Beach. There are dining-room
facilities which serve the chil-
dren hot lunches as well as after-
noon refreshment. In addition, the
school has a large, two-story
auditorium with a seating ca-
pacity of 385, and an outdoor
playground with all the most
modern physical and athletic
equipment.
The Hebrew Academy already
boasts a large membership in its
organization, as well as a Ladies'
League Organization affiliated
with it, with a membership of
over 200. There is now in con-
templation the establishment of
the Parent-Teachers Association
which will function in conjunc-
tion with the work of the school.
Beth Sholom Bazaar
Set For Jan. 21-22
In preparation for its Bazaar
to be held on January 21 and 22
in the Temple Beth Sholom patio.
the members of the Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood have been
busily engaged every Tuesday
afternoon for the past several
weeks in the patio, sewing, cro-
cheting, knitting, basket weaving
and pottery making and painting,
under the joint chairmanship of
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky and Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich, Monies real-
ized from the Bazaar will be used
to support Temple Beth Sholom
Religious School, which is a spe-
cial project of the Sisterhood.
The Bazaar is under the gen-
eral chairmanship of Mrs. E. Al-
len Becker. She is being assisted
by Mrs. Rell Tobin and Mrs. Ca-
tnille Baum, co-chairmen. Mrs.
Estelle Fenias and Mrs. Bertha
Phillips are Bazaar advisors; Mrs.
Kate Greenberg and Mrs. Evelyn
Kohn are e.isha :s.
The booths iii b in ch&rgc of tne
follou Ing Mildred ai kin, flowei b; Lil-
lian Kronlah and Alyce BU, rdigmuN
gifts; Claire Whitman, toys; Belle
Uoldstrlch, circle gift shop; Kiith <;ut-
man ana Jean Kay, groceries; Selma
Marcus, awards; Mae Zlnnamon, cof-
rei blsle Robinson, hamburgers;
Leah L'dell, tablecloth names; Mess
Nelson, grab bag; ltuth O.......tan,
sin. in s. tstetl< Centals, bli
Rohi Nordln, men's wear; Ulrdle
Maso, afternuon tea; Martha Maurer,
I i and i igai ettes; I iorls Seldler,
rands V a Schiff, kiii tun linens; Charlotte
bakery; Ines Krensky and Belle
Blatt, aprona Rose Basklnd, peanuts,
i"'i.....ii. Rose Rut, wishing well;
Lillian Wolf and Henrietta Berger
ladles' wear; Nadlne Mencher, chil-
dren's wear; Belle Blatt, hankies; Es-
ther Levlnson, son drinks; Mlnette
an, ele< trlcal supplies; Ken
Tobln, Leah Cornblum ana Belle Han
chicken dinners; Rose Kelemer, music.
Koiinol Mulis
Open Season
Hollywood and Miami Beach
kennel clubs arc opening their
seasons officially this week. To-
morrow night will be the first of
Hollywood's 14th racing reason,
while Miami Beach has preceded
it by two nights, running off
Christmas night, for their 20th
annual inaugural.
Early nominees for the Beach
include Rube Marquard, last
year's derby winner, and Lynada.
winner of the Saplding Derby of
Portland last summer. Record
crowd of 9,637 may be smashed
this year, reports indicate.
Nite Life Charley. Hollywood's
Inaugural and Derby winner of
last year, is an early favorite,
along with Oscar Dahlberg speed-
ster, winner of nine straight races
last season, capturer of the Fall
Derby, Phoenix, Ariz., last month.
Miss Membership
To Receive Crown
At Hadassah Ball
Culminating the contest among
members of the Greater Miami
unit, Junior Hadassah. for Un-
crown title of "Miss Member-
ship." annual coronation ball of
the group will take place at the
Beach Cabana club tomorrow
night.
Now a closely guarded secret,
the winner of the title by virtue
of having recruited the most new
members into the group, will be
revealed at the formal dance.
She is to have her name inscribed
along with previous queens on
the gold loving cup. Gifts will be
awarded to runners-up on the
two competing teams.
According to Miss Florence
Hildebrandt. chairman of the af-
fair, a talent show has been pre-
pared for the evening's enter-
tainment.
Assisting Miss Hildebrandt
with arrangements are: the Misses
Joan Parker. Natalie Samuels,
Loraine Grobman. Sonia Zais.
Violet Friedman, Thelma Cohen,
Trudi Lach, Paula Lach and Bev-
erly Raphael. Bernyce Badances
is heading the door committee;
Miss Phoebie Koondel, in charge
of tickets; Miss Anita Kessler.
hospitality; Miss Roz Worth, cor-
respondence: and Miss Trudi
Lach, publicity.
Youngest < a ii 4or
Appears Here
Isrolikel, the world's youngest
canto:, will be presented by the
Biscayne Features $5000
Championship Race
An outstanding mid-winter
greyhound racing schedule, the
concluding week of the outstand-
ing fall meeting at the Biscayne
Kennel club and one that will
headline major competitions,
trophy and 'name" races each
night, is ready for serving.
Biscayne's fall meeting ends
on January 3 and then, the
North side oval reopens on April
13 for its spring meeting which
continues through May 31.
With a holiday week-end of
stellar competions that will array
the tracks leaders of all diver-
sions, chief interest will be on
Saturday night when the Finals
jf the annual Biscayne $5,000
Juvenile Championship will be
tun. This event will match the
nation's leading eight juveniles
or young greyhounds whelped
since Jan. 1, 1946, and after the
last two weeks of eliminations
from an original entry list of 88
c mdidales.
Vacation Program
The two weeks' winter vaca-
tion for children is being filled
by the Miami YM-YWHA with
a program of supervised games,
athletics, and arts and crafts.
Open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday, the
"Y" offers a program of play
under skilled supervision. AH
children are welcome to attend,
free of charge.
Domestic Relations
Council Panel
Domestic Relations Council of
Miami Hebrew School and Junior the Rabbinical Association of
Congregation next month. He is, Greater Miami will meet Mon-
to officiate at a concert at the
synagogue, 1101 S.W. 12th ave..
January 2, 3 and 4.
Acclaimed by critics as "one of
the finest chazans in the world
today," the 11-year-old has ap-
peared in most of the larger cities
in this country.
Home Camp Reunion
For Miami Y Students
Over 200 children are expected
to attend the annual Home Camp
Reunion of the Miami YM-YWHA
on Friday, January 2.
The reunion will start at 10:00
in the morning and last until 5:00
in the afternoon with a complete
program of games and entertain-
ment. A hot lunch will be served
Attendance is limited to all
those who attended the Home
Camp in the 1947 season and any
other children who are 12 years
of age and under.
Registration must be received
by the "\" office before Tuesday.
December 30. There is no regis-
tration fee.
day. December 29, at 10:00 am
at the Beth David Congregation.
135 N.W. 3rd ave.
Sitting on the panel will be
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi
Leon Kronish and. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. People interested in
appearing before this Council are
asked to communicate with Rab-
bi Mescheloff at 711 Lenox ave.
phone 5-1328.
WANTED
Executive Director, qood or-
ganizer, responsible executive
- Zionist background desirable.
Phone 58-1774
MIAMI BEACH
Setter Claae Listings On
Ocoanfront Propertiea. Hotela,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
605 Lincoln Rd. Phona 5-5868
'Truitworthy Service"
iU Gentleman's ^reement
WALTER WINCHELL says:
"The best picture in many years.
The Hollywood industry at its
very, very best."
"Exrtrson mary
Irretiatiblo entertain,
ment. The Moaa Hart
script ia electric."- N. Y.
Herald Tribune,
film.
Gregory Peck is perfect."
Post.
GREGORY PECK DOROTHY McGUIRE
Gentleman's Agreement
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BEGINS NEW YEAR'S
SSJSFSS?SHOW
AT TsTI 2W ON SA1-E
AT THE BOX OFFICES
Sam Prostervnan
To Attend National
JNF Conference
Sam Prosterman. chairman ,
the Jewish National Fundof/
am. is leaving Monday to at J,*
a conference of jnf leaders
the Pennsylvania hotel. New York
City, January 2 to 4.
Mayor Israel Rokach of Tel
AZ bc Present along
with Abraham Harzfeld, noted
Y.shuv colonization expert who
's flying to New York for the oe
casion. Main project of the con
clave will be to implement a land
ppE:forlheh',sh*
Since there is not sufficient
time to call a council meeting
Mr. Prosterman has invited all in
terested persons to submit sue-
gestions, information or questions
that may be imparted to the na-
tional office or at the conference
He will be home Sunday from 2
to 5 p.m. at 4427 Royal Palm ave
Miami Beach, for this purpose '
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Bazaar-Gift Shower
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
.Sholom will hold a luncheon on
Wednesday, January Tth, at 12:30
p.m., in the Temple Patio, Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, president, has
announced. "Our Bazaar-Gift
Shower held on December 17th
was such a huge success, that we
are holding a "repeat perform-
ance' but this time the affair will
be a luncheon. All Sisterhood
members and guests are cordially
invited to attend. The only re-
quirement is that each member
and guest bring gifts that can be
sold at the Sisterhood Bazaar
which will be held in the Temple
on January 21 and 22," Mrs.
Kogan stated.
One Taste Will Convince You, In
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Filcmn it tops in quality.
Mtstaaaiii Is time
Yes, all the
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are zestfully seasoned the
rich-tasting, traditional,
home-style Jewish way.
Economical, too...
save work, time, money!
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Kennedy Humor
Talk Next on Series
Of Town Hall Forum
the Town Hall
. j ^rlress If! the lown n>"i
/t ires -,11 be presented
ForTe White Temple Mondaj
m Hor ioiitt sponsorship ol
^h'Unfciib of Temple Israel
he.*n^ Temple Men's Club
under joint sponsorship ol
en's Club
Trfi'he White Temple Men su
"Harold J Kennedy wil
when Harold flc_
Si to &an A. Binder.
00 on of the joint committee.
Tent-.''' he talks by
Van Paassen and John
fSe Saves. II. Kennedy's
5$11 be. a lighter vein.be-
g the holiday spirit He w.ll
3Tin intimate, humorous anec-
Js of the great and near great
T*e worlds of screen, stage
and radio entertainment.
Reputedly the speaker who
boob the most return engage-
!nts in the United States, Ken-
liy has had a varied career in
Srtainment circles. In addition
tobeingafini.-.-.ed speaker, he is
u, author, playwright, actor, pro-
beer and stage manager.
His "Stage Whispers" talk
covers every facet of the thea-
trical world and keeps his audi-
ences busy laughing. Kennedy
feels he appeals to men and wom-
en alike because he gets away
from the serious phases of th<
world today and acts as a tonic
to those who tired of peeking be-
hind the "iron curtain," or wh.
feel they could scream the next
time some oni asks "can tht
United Nations unite'.'" He aver-
ages a laugh a minute.
Kennedy's talk will start at
8:15 p.m. and d ira of the audi-
torium will open at 7:30. Ticket!
will be available to the public
at the door.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Workers Alliance
Pionwr Woinn
Join For Party
Jewish National Worker's Al-
liance and the Pioneer Women
for Palestine will celebrate New
Year's eve at the Hygrade Dairy-
restaurant, 731 Washington ave..
Miami Beach.
Samuel Haiduck and Co. will
furnish the music. Mrs. Mania
Shubow is to :ead "Sholem
Aleichem" and Cantor Reibelt
Chernovitz will deliver several
vocal selections. Leibiah Gold-
berg from Lakewood, N. J., will
give a humorous dissertation.
Remaining tickets may be pur-
chased at $5 00. Reservations are
to be made at the restaurant or
by calling J. p. Tarr, 58-8441.
oqili
.&-
vUGUST BROS hyF
l il,,. tT'
ts thvBf.ST
Ten qualifiers in Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith annual winter
tennis tournament pause to greet cameraman at Henderson Park
scene of the contest last week. In photo standing (left to right)
are: Hy Kaplan Mil ton A. F. Friedman. Arthur Rabe. Leonard
Egert. Jerome Freehling. Davd Frank, Harry Rabe. Front row
(left to right) are: Perry Botwin. Ed Klein. Sol Rovin. Botwin
sports chairman, went on to win the singles shortly after the above
photo was taken.
LEGAL NOTICE
NTICE naI", ~t7t7ou"s ~
^'ffi3T^VKN that
' '';n.la. ,,|S ,,.KlH,,.,.
. savoy capi-- ivi-
NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
! eslrlng to engage
; b. W 6th Street, Miami, for-

., Klor
Mid name
roult Court
' iMar Cou ty, Florida
WILLIAM WEISS
SAM SILVER, Mt ""'"r
Attorney for Applicant.
12/5-12-19-26.
I iivellins (Chicago < lub
Unveiling i a memorial to the[wAHT in..,,'.. %ee
memory of Mrs. Augusta Stone ,
wiJl take place Sunday at 3 p.m.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
k. NAME LAW
NOTICE |a HEREBY OIVEN mat
' : sne fiCtll UUK name
rlda, intend
une with th Clark ol
I Dad. County.
LEO SHEUJER?SBPH BH1^
Hiding
i Applicant
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi
frving Lehrman is to officiate
The late Mrs. Stone was the
mother of Alfred Stone of the
Blackstone hotel. Miami Beach,
who is presently serving as vice-
president of the Miami
Jewish Center.
A monument to the memorj
it the late Henry Enrique Edel-
;tein of 240 N.E. 79th St., will also
.ake place at 2 p.m. with Rabbi
Max Shapiro performing the
.eremony.
Arrangements for both services
are under the charge of Sidney
H. Palmer of the Miami Monu-
ment Co. Friends of the families
nave been asked to attend.
An unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rubin, parents
of Edward Rubin of Miami, will
also be performed in Mt. Nebo
Sunday by Rabbi Simon April
at 1 p.m.
Harry Gordon of Gordon Mon-
ument Co. is in charge of arrange-
ments. All friends of the famih
have been asked to be pr<
Palestine branch of the Chi-
club of Miami will have a
New Year's eve dinner in cele-
bration of the club's 1
and of Mr. and Mrs. H.
n's 40th anniversary
Twenty-five per cent of all
money collected will go for the
Jewish People of Palestine, and
nty-five per cent foi the Old
Age Home in Chicago.
Mendelsohn's restaurant, 1301
Collins ave.. Miami Beach, will
be the scene of the event.
Information about the aft.,
directed to Mi Rosen at 9-961
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'''-' -' firing to engage in
" ric-tn name ol
MONDRES AND COMPANY at MIS
llni Miami i
ne with the
Ircult Court of Dade
I
DOROTHY MONDRES
,, ,, JOSEPH R MONDRES
12 12-19-26 : .
A monument in memory of
Mrs. Fanny Bcritch was um
at the Woodlawn Cemetery Sun-
day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici-
ated, assisted by Cantor Louis D
Feder.
Friends of the late Mrs Be
and members of Congregation
Beth Jacob, paid their last re-
spects at the services
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o*r OwbU wdo-, Clow 115 ?. M.
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,40 DAYS DECEMBER Is! thru JANUARY 15th
RACING DAILY
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US IHVICf DIRtCT TO OATH
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CHUM IT C< il'RT "1" THE
11TII .11 I'H'IAI. CIRCUIT IN AMI
FOR DADE COl'NTY. I
I.N I 'HANCEH1, No
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couri
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MILTON A I RIHDMAN
. t IjiV,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREMY Ul\ BN
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HERI
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE !.- HEREBY OIVEN that

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North Miami Avi n u Miami,
' I tend | nanie
ill Couri
ol i I,
1 .11 K WILCK
I'etitl
MYERS HE1MA.N .. KAPLAN
mer
.....i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.">' I "ICE IK HEREUi OIVEN ihat
_
-
LLENK TRAD1M! ST
Street Mil
. nania
with the tlerk of thi lit 'ourt ,i
PI ii Ida.
KITH MILLER
'. .- Kl\t
lit
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN
the .:
M A- > GRl "': ::1 II II.', N W
ten U t"
..
C in i.i Dade i
ALBERT P SHANNON
I'etll
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
ner.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE C1RCI i 'P THE
. IAL C1RCI IT IN AM'
OL'NTl Kl.i'lUDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. US
KATHRYN MUELLER PI
V\ II.I.1A.M ML'ELLER,
iRIUA:
ro W ILLIAM MUELLER,
.. v'an Ni -- avi u
Kutlii New : ">
1 ,
. pi ai I thi Bl
n the
above-Hi)led c.:..
i.'i'i lay '
Ihe i laid Bill ol i\>in
oonfeseed
itlvi weeki in
JEWISH i: '' 'N. "'"
r'lor
ay
K ii. i.i:A HERMAN,
,, "Ir.'i, Courl B
By Wii. W BTOCKUJU,
ueput) Clerk
SAM SILVER
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-
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Kr-a
m.ii.t BUfO.va
A PRIBUMAN
Ai'torncy fir Auplieant
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
iv GIVEN na.
MORRIS HEL-
man hav.
1941
. ^i'.,' i hi -' ol Mid partn,
nd llaWlltle. ol
iid parti ,., ....
dat. :.,.E
MORRIS HELLER
NAT FKIEUMAN
i.i., i 8HBHNER
Va-lflC Bid*.
Miami. Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
th<.!TiC'K, IS "ERBBY UIVEN that
the undi-rslani-d. dealrlnc t" tngiiaa in
bualnew under the ftetftloi. namj ",
Keilya Drive in at linn N, w i*
Jcune Road, Miami. Florida, Intend*
lo i'Ki.-ti;r said name with the Clerk
Plorlto 1Jadc ('ount>|
PRANK .:. s,,,.Mi^U',,sl'NU'
Attorney for Petitioner
bold Building
12/1S-26 1/2-9-16 8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgnad. deslrlna to encaaa in
busjneaa under the fictltloui name ol
Club 79 at 766 K. ZSth Streat, Hlaleah
Florida, Intend! to register said name
nil the Clerk of the Circuit court
oi uade county. Florida
SAM II. KKCSS
,....... Sole Owner
PRANK E. SOLOMON
nes for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
.:. 1/2-S-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
bU8lnea8 under the flctltloua name ol
it 27 N.E. lt Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intend! to register
said nami with ih,- Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Conn ,,f Dade Count] Florida,
MEYER FINK. INC.
PRANK K. SOLOMON
Pi tlttoner
Sej !,..li| liuikling
1 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN mat
the undersigned, dealrli i to enga^a in
idei ih< flctltlOU! name ol
A ,v ii I'luinblng Contractor! at ll-i
Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach, Ma.,
intend to register laid name wan
thi Cli rk of ih>- Circuit Court of iwiib
Pioi Ida.
NATHAN OORELdCK
l'A\ID AL'UL'STL'S
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Petitioner!
112 Congress iiidg.
12 19-26 1 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undarilgned, dealiing to engage
ir the fictitious nama
of Robert !. (not Inc.) at
. IV 62nd Strc et, Miami, Fla. in-
to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Uado
Count;., Florida.
Ml IRRI8 FR1EDBUHU.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
12 12-19-26 i :-;
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A.M>
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113568.
.- e Plaintiff, v.
Ii i.. sti Defendant.
TO: IRVINO STEIN, 11 Mldwood
Street, B.....klyn, New- York
You are hereby ordered to file your
inswer to the bill of
iiu (or divorce flle.i against you
SYDELL STEIN on or before the
seventeenth day of January. 1918.
rise tile allegation! of said bin
will be taken as confessed against
u
DONE AND ORDERED this seven-
teenth day ol December, A.D. 1947.
K. B. LEATHEKMAN,
Clerk "( Circuit Court,
lit O I Si
By M. C, i;ki:i..v
Deputy Clerk.
;i: J. TALIANOFF
Plaintiff
-:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
In DU| r the flrtittous name
FLORIDA FURNITURE OO.M-
PANY, INC., at 181 N. B, loth Street,
Miami. Florida, Intend! to register
. with the Clerk of the Llr-
.1 i lade County. Florida.
X DISTR^A^Y.
M j.. 12 -.-12-19-26.
vs.
De-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMfc
ELEVENTH .11 I'H'IAI. CIBCUIT.
IN \.\ 11 i-i IR DADE i H -M >.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, NO.
I. iiP.M.i'i'K. Plaintiff,
HELEN MARIE DRALUCK,
int.
ro Mrs H.-i.-n Marie Draluck
New Street
(jiai boi o, New Jersey
yi.l ARE HEREBY REgt'IKl-U> to
. ., \. oe iiance In the above ii
. ., tion "ii "I before January 8,
i a iae a l'" iee Pro c.nresso
nrllt 1 against you m accord-
ance With the laws oi the Mate OI
iTED thi! l"th day of December.
\ 11
E Ii. LEATHEKMAN,
of the Circuit court.
"''""' c""11 Hv"m C UKKNM.
Deputy Clerk.
ILFRED KRBIBLER
Mtornej for Plaintiff
loot Pan American Hank BaiMing
: Florida
U 12-W-86 > -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
VOTICE IS 1IEKEBY HIV1-N that
h'e undersigned, desiring to ,-ngagi'
.' ,,-,,.- under the fictitious name
u VYS RADIO,* ELgCTRON-
, i Not Inc.), at 1461 8. W. 6th
Si Mis nl, Florida. Intend! to reg-
with the Clerkof tfie
vV^i'^n'ri-MArr-
11 2X, I2/S-19-M-M.
NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 18 OT^EBY GIV1BN that
th? undersigned, desiring to engage
the >'? ""?.'
EMINOLE OROCERY, at 434 E.
'.tTvenue Hlaleah, ngK^gBfi
i register sad name with the tier"
J,'; SaSraSl Court of Dade County.
Florida. S|MQN UKOsa,
Sole Owner.
ti/xa. wi-ii-w-M-


PAGE FOURTEEN
+Je*ls*ncrkfton
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1947
:
Court Brief Opposes Public Religious Instruction
Jewish rabbinic and lay congregational organiza-
tions through the Synagogue Council of America, and
Jewish community relations agencies through the Na-
tional Community Relations Advisory Council, in an
unprecedented action have filed a single joint brief with
the United States Supreme Court, in opposition to re-
ligious instruction classes in public schools. The brief
was submitted in support of an appeal by Vashtti Mc-
Collum, of Champaign, Illinois, from a decision of the
Illinois State Supreme Court. Mrs. McCollum's atheism
is viewed with abhorrence by the Jewish organizations,
their brief asserts, and they dissociate themselves from
her anti-religious statements.
Filed bv the Jewish organizations as friends of the
court, the brief is signed by Henry Epstein. NCRAC
chairman, as attorney for both the Synagogue Council
and the NCRAC. The draft of the brief was prepared
by the Commission on Law and Social Action of 'he-
American Jewish Congress, under the direction of Leo
Pfeffer. assistant director of the Commission. It was
then considered at length and revised by a committee,
consisting of Henry Epstein: Ben Herzberg of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, chairman of the NCRAC Leg-
islative Information Committee; Newman Levy of the
American Jewish Committee: Sol Rabkin of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai B'ritih: Shad Polier. VViH
Maslow and Leo Pfeffer of the American Jewish Con-
gress; Samuel Rothstein of the Synagogue Council of
America; and Jules Cohen, NCRAC National Co-
ordinator.
Religious instruction of children always has been
looked upon as a sacred responsibility and trust among
Jews, the brief declares. But the Jewish organizations
are convinced, it continues, that religious freedom and
freedom of belief and worship can remain inviolate
onlv so long as there is no intrusion of secular authority
upon religious matters or of religious authority in
secular affairs
The school practices which are under review in
the Supreme Court case involve the holding of religious
classes in regular school moms during regular school
hours, the classes being taught bv special teachers paid
by an interfaith committee.
In their brief, the Synagogue Council of America
and the National Community Relations Advisory Council
maintain that these practices are unconstitutional be-
cause they directly or indirectly prefer one religion
over another, and aid religion, in contravention of the
First and Fourteenth Amendments: and because, by
permitting religious instruction in the public schools
during regular school hours, attendance is not really
voluntary. In the Champaign school, for example, only
Protestant classes were conducted, and some Jewish
and Catholic children attended these classes under va-
rious indirect pressures.
The idea of releasing pupils from the public schools
for brief periods was originated in order to enable
them to attend classes in religious instruction given by
their respective religious groups. Hence the designation
"released time." Variations of the practice are also
known as "dismissal time."
SSrSaVfttfS&WjMfins tJSS&Sl*2,'%tt.:Pss3rSaS
Advisory Council decided to file a joint brief T lons
of the court. There was repugnance on fe '**
h unfavorable interest atta,.K-jP?rt '
some, since mucf
case, due to Mrs. McCollum's widely pubUdnfJk the
and the fact that she had made anti-reliciou^? e,sm
01
Question ui mc *cvv,o
but no uniform policy determinations were nMMOin
behalf of any major portion of the whole Jewish com-
munity. After considerable Preparatory exploration, a
joint conference on religion and the public school was
summoned by the Synagogue Council of America and
the National Community Relations Advisory Council in
November 1946. This conference, after two days 0: de-
liberation, adopted a "Statement of Principles, which
was subsequentlv approved by the constituent organiza-
tions of both the Synagogue Council of America and the
National Community Relations Advisory Council and wwimtf it
officially adopted by both coordinating bodies at plenary continues, but wish also to deplore the fact that th
sessions That Statement of Principles declares: sponsors of the original petition chose this case af
The utilization in any manner of the time. means of inscribing such anti-religious matter nn H
facilities, personnel or funds of the public school
system for purposes of religious instruction should
during the trial. The brief of the JeSSh*??*
presses their "regret that the appellant cL ,1 ?*
this case as a
atheistic beliefs.
"We wish not only to dissociate ourselves comni..
ly from the anti-religious views of the appellant," :
not be permitted.
We therefore believe that Jewish communities
are justified in objecting to released time or dis-
missal time programs.
The Statement sets forth that "Religious instruction
of children is the responsibility of the synagogue, the
church, and the home; and not the public schools." It
criticizes specifically such practices as the use of public
school premises for religious classes, the keeping of
records of attendance at religious classes by public
school teachers or administrative personnel, proselytiz-
ing on school premises grouping of pupils by religion
or by participation or non-participation in religious in-
struction, and assembling of children on school premises
for the purpose of being led to religious instruction
In the specific Supreme Court case in which the
present brief has been submitted, such practices were
most flagrantly evident. The case originated in Cham-
paign, Illinois, when Mrs. Vashti McCollum the mother
of a ten-year-old child attending a public school there,
sought to have the courts prohibit religious instruction
within the public schools. Her suit was unsuccessful
in the County Court and was again denied on appeal
by the Supreme Court of Illinois.
Evidence presented during the trial of the case in
the original court brought out that in eight of the
eleven public schools in Champaign only Protestant
religious instruction was given, and while attendance
was nominally voluntary and the religious instructors
were paid by an inter-sectarian council, the school au-
thorities maintained records of attendance at the re-
ligious instruction classes, which were conducted in the
regular classrooms during regular school hours. It was
also shown that the ten-year-old boy whose mother sued
in an effort to stop the religious instruction was for a
time the only child in his class who did not participate
in the religious instruction; that he was at one time
placed at a desk in the hall, while the other pupils re-
mained in their regular classrooms for religious in-
struction, and that he was subjected to teasing and
harrassment by passing children who assumed that he
was being punished; that at other times he was placed
in an unoccupied room with the door closed.
When it became known that the U.S. Supreme Court
matter on the
x*"*-'"~ .- _.... wiiinyj *nc l*1S1C lSSUP Rit
because we believe that the issue in this case k
paramount importance, we have overcome our tutu?.
reluctance to join in it------The importance of the ,,!
. overrides all other considerations and comoek
intercession." r ,ur
The Jewish concern in the case is stated in th*
brief as based on deep Jewish convictions respecting
the importance of religious instruction of youth.
"In Jewish history and tradition," the brief de
clares, "religious instruction has always been regarded
as a most sacred responsibility. The overwhelming ma
jority of Jewish children voluntarily attend after-hour
and Sunday schools conducted by the local Jewish
communities where they receive their religious educa-
tion wholly independent of the public school svstem
We believe that the responsibility for religious educa-
tion may not and should not be shared by the public
school system. American Jewry are not prepared to
concede the spiritual insolvency implicit in such a
division of responsibility.
"There are many reasons why we are gravely con-
cerned with the issues in this case. We regard the
principle of separation of church and state as one of the
foundations of American democracy. Both political liber-
ty and freedom of religious worship and belief, we are
firmly convinced, can remain inviolate only when
there exists no intrusion of secular authority in re-
ligious affairs or of religious authority in secular affairs.
As Americans and as spokesmen for religious bodies,
lay and clerical, we therefore deem any breach in the
wall separating church and states as jeopardizing the
political and religious freedoms that wall was intended
to protect. We believe, further, that our public school
system is one of the most precious products of our
American democracy. We are, therefore, impelled to
voice our opposition whenever attempts are made to
compromise its integrity. The divisiveness which in-
evitably results whenever sectarianism enters the public
school affects all American children, but is particularly
harmful to children of minority faiths. Jewish groups
base their opposition to the released time program on
many grounds, but no consideration bulks larger in
that opposition than the divisive effects of the. program.
Thoughtful Christians are no less concerned with this
harmful aspect to released time."
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PAGE FIFTEEN
MARC_CHA6ALL
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S>WN PAWUKS Of 01*
k RMODA | SIMON
BORN IN 1887 IN THE JEWISH GHETTO.
MARC WANTED TO BE AN ARTIST DES-
PITE THE CZARIST EDUCATIONAL
LIMITATIONS AND HIS PARENT'S IN-
TOLERANCE Of "SUCH NONSENSE'.'
THE NEXT FOUR YEARS IN PARIS SAW
CHA6ALL EXPANDING HIS TRUTMENT
OP SUBJECTS ANO COLORS UNTIL HE
WON RECOGNITION WITH "THE VIIUSE
AMI" WHICH CRITICS CAUED"B01D
SURREALISM"
CHAGALL STUDIED IN LENIN-
GRAD UNDER LEON &AKST AND
THEN DEPARTED WR PARIS IN 1910
in Ml, !Ht INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
AT PARIS AWARDED HIM A GOLD MEDAL
JOIHISHEW TECHNIQUES.
CHAGALL IS SAID TO COUPLE REALISM WITH
HIS INNATE JEWISH MYSTKISM.PR0DUCIN6
CREATIONS THAT ARE POWERfUL.YET REFINED.
IN 1939,HE WON 3o PRIZE OF THE CARNEGIE
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION FOR HIS PAINTING.
"THE BETROTHEDr
CHAGALL RETURNED TO RUSSIA DURING WORLD WAR I,
REMAINING UNTIL 1925. HE FOUNDED AN ART SCHOOL
IN HIS NATIVE CITY, AND DEVOTED THE REST OF HIS TIM
TO SETTINGS AND MUUIS FOR THE JEWISH STATE THEATRE
TIME
CHAGALL'S WORNi ARE CONSTANTLY BEING ADDED TO MANY
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. IN NOVEMBER 1947 THE ART
MUSEUM IN CHICAtO HAILED HIM IN IT'S LATEST EXHIBITION Of
HIS PAINTINGS-THE GIFTED AND CELEBRATED ARTIST-
AFTER THE NAZIS OVERRAN FRANCE,CHAGALL WAS
CONSTANTLY IN DANGER BECAUSE HE WAS A
JEW. WITH HELP OF AMERICAN FRIENDS, HE
ARRIVED ill THE U.S.IN 19*1.
Birthday Tribute to Regina Margareten
It was with joy and appreciation that the entire Horowitz-
Margarelen family and many friends gathered on the last day
ol Chanukah to celebrate another birthday and pay tribute to
Regina Maigareten's youthful enthusiasm and her truly great
achievements.
By sheer coincidence, of course,
her birthday is "Zos Chanukah"
-the eighth day of the Festival
of Rededicati
Yet it is an amazing coincidence.
because Regina Margareten also
dedicated her life to the service
of her people
The daughter of Jacob Horo-
witz whose family traces its an-
cestry back '.,. Spain of the 13th
century. Mrs. Margareten was
born in Hungary, and came to
the United States almost sixty-
five years ag i Her father, a man
of great tearing and sterling
character, had a keen business
sense. He set up a tiny matzoh
bakery on New York's Lower
East Side. Regina. his only-
daughter, was his right hand in
business matters from the very
startand also in social and
charitable activities. Even in her
youth, she worked day and night
for the welfare and Americaniza-
tion of the newly-arrived immi-
grants who had come to this land
of the free.
And throughout the years, Mrs.
Margareten has lived by the pre-
cepts of honor, justice, and the
desire to assist others. When her
father passed away a year after
his arrival in this country. Mrs.
Margareten, together with her
brothers and husband. Ignatz
Margareten, continued to operate
the matzoh bakery and under
Omission
Members of the various Zionist
organizations in Greater Miami
gathered Dec. .16 in Beth David
to relcbrate the establishment of
a Jewish state in Palestine. The
name of Mrs. Harry Laufer who
took charge of refreshments was
inadvertently omitted from the
account in last week's issue. She
was assisted by Mrs. Ida Hartz
and Mrs. M. Ginsburg.
[touby
[painting
Mr*. Regina Margareten
their hands it has grown so that
today the name of Horowitz-
Margareten is a household
from one end of the world to the
other wherever people :-
to have foods on which they can
rely.
Mrs. Margareten is the treasur-
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tion, and is at the office ev< j
(working clay. No important de-
cision in any phase of the busi-
m -s is made without her approval
and guidance. She heads a "d> nas
ty" of children, grandchildren,
and great-grandchildren whose
nation with Kosher foods and
:nunal end> tradition-
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third are. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches.
Late Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak on the subject "The Season
of Good WillFact or Farce."
Services will be dedicated to the
students of Gainesville who will
conduct the response. A recep-
tion in the auditorium immedi-
ately follows the service. Sab-
bath services at 8:30 a.m. Roy.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Marx will be Bar Mitzvah a!
9:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah breakfast
club at 8:30 Sunday for all boys
and girls 13 and over.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman;
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 5:30
p.m. Late Friday night service at
8:15 p.m. Annual homecoming
service dedicated to the college
youth of the community. Theme
"for discussion is "Pioneering
Youth." Participating will be
Aviva Shedroff of Miami Uni-
versity and Richard Stone of Har-
vard. Rabbi Lehrman will speak
on the subject "Be Counted."
Saturday morning service at 9
a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the Weekly Portion of the
Law. Bar Mitzvah of Sheldon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thor-
rens. and of Robert Manley. son
uf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf, will
take place. AZA-BBG youth
service breakfast Sunday n rn-
ing at 9 a.m. Sunday religious
school at 10 a.m. Hebrew scho 1
Monday through Thursday 9 to
VI noon because of the holiday
from public school Pre-Kinder-
garten school, Monday through
Friday mornings 9 till noun.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak
<>n "The Lost Gene: ation of
YouthMyth of Fact?" In honor
of Hillel Sabbath the Oneg Shah-
bat which follows the service will
be dedicated to the University
students who live at home and
those v. ho have come for brief
vacations. Sabbath service at
10:45 a.m. Richard Charles Adler
will be Bar Mitzvah. Sunday
school 9:45 a.m. for children from
the ages of 4V4 to 14l2. High
School of Jewish Studies, Sunday
morning at 9:45 a.m. for young
people 15 years of age and over.
Hebrew classes, for Doys and girls
ages 7>2 to 13. During the course
of the public school holidays to
January 5, all Hebrew classes
will be held weekday mornings
instead of afternoons. Nursery
school, daily weekday mornings
for children 2'2 to 5. Nursery
school classes will be held regu-
larly during the holiday.
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th it.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 8:15
p.m. In honor of his birthday.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on the
subject "Religion and Life" A
reception in honor of Dr. Kaplan
will follow the services tendered
by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Isaac
Levin, president of the Sisterhood
will present a birthday gift.
Rabbi Zwitman has arranged a
surprise presentation in behalf of
the religious school. Mrs. Kaplan
is to open the birthday festivities
with a blessing over the Sabbath
lights.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8
p.m. Rabbi Raab has dedicated
the evening to a youth Sabbath
service. Boys and girls of last
Mar's confirmation classes will
conduct the service. Jules Silver-
man of the Confirmation class
will give a brief message. Guest
of Die evening. Judge Dorr Davis
of Broward County Juvenile
Court, will speak on the subject
"In Youth Lies Our Future."
A reception follows tendered by
the Sisterhood.
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 subject "Our Greeting of
the Season." Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Kravitz will be hosts to the Oneg
Shabbat following the service^
Saturday morning service at in
am followed by an Oneg Shah-
bat for which Dr. and Mrs. Kap-
lan are hosts.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Mosei Mescheloff:
Cantor LouU J. Feder.
Sabbath eve services for chil-
dren at 4:30 p.m. Adult service
at 5 p.m. Late Friday night Forum
at 8:30 p.m. Guest speakers will
be Martin Gallowitz. Sidney Ad-
ler. and Dick Gerstein. students
at the University of Miami,
speaking on the subject "Jewish
College Youth" in observance of
B'nai B'rith Hillel sabbath. Rabbi
Mescheloff will serve as moder-
ator. Early Sabbath service at
6:30 a.m. Regular Sabbath service
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak on
the subject "No Egyptian burial.'
Intermediate services for teen age
youth at 9 a.m. under the super-
vision of the Board of Education.
Junior Congregation for children
of elementary school age at 10
a.m. under the supervision of
Max Bertman of the faculty. Kid-
dush 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
Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Sun-
day school from 10 till noon.
Daily Hebrew school 9 to 12 noon
during the public school holiday.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday night services at 5:15.
Saturday morning first minyan at
7 a.m. Second at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Rackovsky will speak on the sub-
ject "How To Be Kind." A class on
the biblical portion of the week
at 3 p.m. Mincha at 4 p.m. fol-
lowed by shalos seudos and a
program of zmiros. Rabbi Rack-
ovsky will speak on the Sedra of
the week. Daily morning services
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first minyan at 7 a.m. followed
by a class in mishna. Second min-
yan at 8 a.m. Daily mincha serv-
ices at 5:15 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.
Friday evening services at 5
p.m. First Late Forum at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 9
a.m. Edward, son of Mr. .and
Mrs. David Frank will become
Bar Mitzvah. He will address the
congregation and Rabbi April will
speak on the Portion of the Week.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. During
vacation from public school He-
brew classes will be held from 9
to 12 noon.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Late Friday night forum at
8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak
on the subject "The Concept of
Good Will in Judaism." Refresh-
ments will be served by a Sister-
hood committee. Saturday morn-
ing services at 8:30 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah of Frank Heyman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Heyman.
Rabbi will address the confirm-
and. Mincha at 4:45 p.m. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Religious school
from 9 a.m. till noon until after
New Year's day.
Harry Lee Candidate
State Comptroller Offo.
Gainesville -- Announc, k.
candidacy for the office 0 I B
Comptroller. H. A. "jJL?*
Harry-Lee. young r^g
J'ghthor*
the state political race
Stating that the younger *,.
ation which helped fight IT
cent world war cannot now ',
tire from responsibility for "*|
government, Lee said effS
discharge of public service ,
of the highest callings a man J
aspire to and pointed the way h
his own announcement '
A4UveteJ"an of two years servic,
in the Field Artillery, Lee I?.
discharged as a first heutenam
and is a member of the American
Legion and Disabled Ameria,
Veterans.
First earning a li A degree in
Education, and a graduate state
certificate to teach m Florida high
schools, Lee returned from the
Army to the University of Flor-
ida College of Law from which
he was graduated with an LLB
While at the University 0f
Florida he was a member of" Beta
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PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*ls*ncrkfton FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1947 : Court Brief Opposes Public Religious Instruction Jewish rabbinic and lay congregational organizations through the Synagogue Council of America, and Jewish community relations agencies through the National Community Relations Advisory Council, in an unprecedented action have filed a single joint brief with the United States Supreme Court, in opposition to religious instruction classes in public schools. The brief was submitted in support of an appeal by Vashtti McCollum, of Champaign, Illinois, from a decision of the Illinois State Supreme Court. Mrs. McCollum's atheism is viewed with abhorrence by the Jewish organizations, their brief asserts, and they dissociate themselves from her anti-religious statements. Filed bv the Jewish organizations as friends of the court, the brief is signed by Henry Epstein. NCRAC chairman, as attorney for both the Synagogue Council and the NCRAC. The draft of the brief was prepared by the Commission on Law and Social Action of 'heAmerican Jewish Congress, under the direction of Leo Pfeffer. assistant director of the Commission. It was then considered at length and revised by a committee, consisting of Henry Epstein: Ben Herzberg of the American Jewish Committee, chairman of the NCRAC Legislative Information Committee; Newman Levy of the American Jewish Committee: Sol Rabkin of the AntiDefamation League of Bnai B'ritih: Shad Polier. VViH Maslow and Leo Pfeffer of the American Jewish Congress; Samuel Rothstein of the Synagogue Council of America; and Jules Cohen, NCRAC National Coordinator. Religious instruction of children always has been looked upon as a sacred responsibility and trust among Jews, the brief declares. But the Jewish organizations are convinced, it continues, that religious freedom and freedom of belief and worship can remain inviolate onlv so long as there is no intrusion of secular authority upon religious matters or of religious authority in secular affairs The school practices which are under review in the Supreme Court case involve the holding of religious classes in regular school moms during regular school hours, the classes being taught bv special teachers paid by an interfaith committee. In their brief, the Synagogue Council of America and the National Community Relations Advisory Council maintain that these practices are unconstitutional because they directly or indirectly prefer one religion over another, and aid religion, in contravention of the First and Fourteenth Amendments: and because, by permitting religious instruction in the public schools during regular school hours, attendance is not really voluntary. In the Champaign school, for example, only Protestant classes were conducted, and some Jewish and Catholic children attended these classes under various indirect pressures. The idea of releasing pupils from the public schools for brief periods was originated in order to enable them to attend classes in religious instruction given by their respective religious groups. Hence the designation "released time." Variations of the practice are also known as "dismissal time." SSrSaVfttfS&WjMfins tJSS&Sl £ *2,'%tt.: Pss3rSaS Advisory Council decided to file a joint brief •T lons of the court. There was repugnance on fe '** h unfavorable interest att a ,.K-j P ? rt some, since mucf case, due to Mrs. McCollum's widely pubUdnfJk the and the fact that she had made anti-reliciou^? e,sm 01 Question ui mc *cvv,o but no uniform policy determinations were nMMOin behalf of any major portion of the whole Jewish community. After considerable Preparatory exploration, a joint conference on religion and the public school was summoned by the Synagogue Council of America and the National Community Relations Advisory Council in November 1946. This conference, after two days 0: deliberation, adopted a "Statement of Principles, which was subsequentlv approved by the constituent organizations of both the Synagogue Council of America and the National Community Relations Advisory Council and „ •wwimtf it officially adopted by both coordinating bodies at plenary continues, but wish also to deplore the fact that th sessions That Statement of Principles declares: sponsors of the original petition chose this case a f The utilization in any manner of the time. means of inscribing such anti-religious matter nn H facilities, personnel or funds of the public school system for purposes of religious instruction should during the trial. The brief of the JeSSh *?££?* presses their "regret that the appellant cL !" ,1 ?* this case as a atheistic beliefs. "We wish not only to dissociate ourselves comni.. ly from the anti-religious views of the appellant," :• not be permitted. We therefore believe that Jewish communities are justified in objecting to released time or dismissal time programs. The Statement sets forth that "Religious instruction of children is the responsibility of the synagogue, the church, and the home; and not the public schools." It criticizes specifically such practices as the use of public school premises for religious classes, the keeping of records of attendance at religious classes by public school teachers or administrative personnel, proselytizing on school premises grouping of pupils by religion or by participation or non-participation in religious instruction, and assembling of children on school premises for the purpose of being led to religious instruction In the specific Supreme Court case in which the present brief has been submitted, such practices were most flagrantly evident. The case originated in Champaign, Illinois, when Mrs. Vashti McCollum the mother of a ten-year-old child attending a public school there, sought to have the courts prohibit religious instruction within the public schools. Her suit was unsuccessful in the County Court and was again denied on appeal by the Supreme Court of Illinois. Evidence presented during the trial of the case in the original court brought out that in eight of the eleven public schools in Champaign only Protestant religious instruction was given, and while attendance was nominally voluntary and the religious instructors were paid by an inter-sectarian council, the school authorities maintained records of attendance at the religious instruction classes, which were conducted in the regular classrooms during regular school hours. It was also shown that the ten-year-old boy whose mother sued in an effort to stop the religious instruction was for a time the only child in his class who did not participate in the religious instruction; that he was at one time placed at a desk in the hall, while the other pupils remained in their regular classrooms for religious instruction, and that he was subjected to teasing and harrassment by passing children who assumed that he was being punished; that at other times he was placed in an unoccupied room with the door closed. When it became known that the U.S. Supreme Court matter on the x*"*-'"~ -— — .-— _.... •. %  % % %  wiiinyj *nc L*1S1C lSSUP Rit because we believe that the issue in this case K paramount importance, we have overcome our tutu?. reluctance to join in it T he importance of the ,,! overrides all other considerations and comoek intercession." r ,ur The Jewish concern in the case is stated in th* brief as based on deep Jewish convictions respecting the importance of religious instruction of youth. "In Jewish history and tradition," the brief de clares, "religious instruction has always been regarded as a most sacred responsibility. The overwhelming ma jority of Jewish children voluntarily attend after-hour and Sunday schools conducted by the local Jewish communities where they receive their religious education wholly independent of the public school svstem We believe that the responsibility for religious education may not and should not be shared by the public school system. American Jewry are not prepared to concede the spiritual insolvency implicit in such a division of responsibility. "There are many reasons why we are gravely concerned with the issues in this case. We regard the principle of separation of church and state as one of the foundations of American democracy. Both political liberty and freedom of religious worship and belief, we are firmly convinced, can remain inviolate only when there exists no intrusion of secular authority in religious affairs or of religious authority in secular affairs. As Americans and as spokesmen for religious bodies, lay and clerical, we therefore deem any breach in the wall separating church and states as jeopardizing the political and religious freedoms that wall was intended to protect. We believe, further, that our public school system is one of the most precious products of our American democracy. We are, therefore, impelled to voice our opposition whenever attempts are made to compromise its integrity. The divisiveness which inevitably results whenever sectarianism enters the public school affects all American children, but is particularly harmful to children of minority faiths. Jewish groups base their opposition to the released time program on many grounds, but no consideration bulks larger in that opposition than the divisive effects of the. program. Thoughtful Christians are no less concerned with this harmful aspect to released time." GOOD FOODS, THE RIGHT X;ND. AND 5UNSHINE GALORE' SUCH VITAMIN $OURCF_>. HAVE PLENTY IN STORE Bob Ellis, internationally known artist of the mystic, will be at the Hollywood Jewish Community Center Sunday at 3 p.m. "The Magic Show" is the first in a series of afternoon events planned for children and adults at the center. BUT JUST TO MAKE SURE OUR SUPPLY IS OKAY. WE All 1AKE THE>\U1XIPLE' CALLED"'ONEA-DAY" Thmrm it vitamin protection for you, neighbort When you supplement the food you eat each day with ONB-ADAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, you get all the vitamins known to be necessary in human nutrition. When it is so sasy and inexpensive to take ONE-ADAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, can you afford to be without them? To assure minimum daily requirements, take Just one capsule each day. M — MULTIPLE VITAMIN CAPSULES MEMOBIAL CHAPEL AX, SERVICE i-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123S Washington AY*. Miami Beach COWARD Y. N8WMA Fun*^*l Olrtotor ABE tlSBNBERO.,TrMM<* In New York: 76th fit. r.d Amsterdam Av 1500 Children Attend Celebration Fifteen hundred children attended the Inter-school Celebration sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and Jewish Schools of Greater Miami, on Sunday, December 14, at the Plaza Theatre. One of the features of the program was a quiz conducted by Al Berney, local entertainer. The winner of the quiz was Stephen Traiman of Temple Israel. Second prize went to Mark Sabin of Beth Sholom. Chanuka gifts were presented by Mr. Louis Heiman. HonoraryPresident of the Bureau. Judges of the Quiz were: Dr. M. A. Lipkind, chairman, Mr. Eli Hurwitz. Mr. S. A. Goodman Max Meisel President of the Bureau and Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan greeted the children. Mrs Leon Ell was in charge of arrangements and distribution of refreshments. Irving Blasberg, Treasurer BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 Alton Rd. Phone 5-5844 • MIAMI BEACH • R. A. Niceley, Funeral Director English speaking branch 692-Y of Miami Beach Workmen's Circle heard a lecture by Reinhold Wolff, professor of economics at the University of Miami, last week at 8 p.m. in their Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Prof. Wolff's topic was "Marshall Plan and the American Economy." MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS —and— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark the Resting Place of Your Loved Ones." 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PAGE EIGHT Home For Aged Celebration Sunday To Launch Life Membership Social Club Sunday, December 28 at 2 p.m., [Mrs. Rose Shapiro and Mrs. Sally marks the first celebration of the dedication of the Jewish Home for the Aged, 335 N.W. 12th ave The occasion will also be used to launch the organization of a Life Membership Social Club of the Home. Residents of Greater Miami have been participating in a name contest for the club. The award of a 17 Jewel Bulova wrist watch will be made on the afternoon of the celebration to the winner ol the best name. Rabbi Irving Lchrman, recently returned from Palestine, will deliver a message of greeting There will be a program of songs by Judy Nelson and Mrs. Albeit Naness. Phil Weinberg, attorney will be master of ceremonies Hosts for the occasion will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz and family. Music is being supplied by the Miami Federation of Musicians. The four piece band will be under the leadership o: Irving Seltzer. Max Greenberg is chairman of the arrangements committee and is being assisted by Samuel Ritter and Jack Plotkin and Phil Weinberg, The refreshments committee iunder the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Shargaa, assisted by Mrs Max Daum, Mrs. Harry Simonoff Mrs. Charles Minowitz, Mrs Morris Bear. Mrs. Harry Klein and Mrs. Oscar Green. Mrs. Isidore Cohen will be chairman of tin reception committee with Mrs Samuel Ritter. Mrs. Max G eenberg and Mrs. Benj. Sherrj program committee is under the chairmanship of S. B Miller aided by Joel Zalis and Paul Raff Mrs. Beryl Lehrman is charman of the judges committee to select the best names submitted The other two judges A. 11 be Spaet. Refreshments will Inserved and all are invited to attend. There will be no tariff and no solicitation of funds Sunday. Jewisfi fhridf tar Wolf Bar Mitzvah Robert Manley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf. 730 10th st.. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. at raroAY.DECEMBER 26,1 947 Frank Bar Mitzvah Edmond. son of Mr. and Mrs David A. Frank of 1544 W. Flagler st.. will be Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at the Miami Hebrew school and Junior Congregation. The confirmand wil address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond. Services will begin at 9 a.m. to which all friends of the family are invited A reception follows at the synag gue, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Leffler Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leffler announce the Bar Mitzvah last Saturday of their son. Jerry Morton, at the Miami Beach Jewish 25 Students Register Jewish Studies College A. P. Gannes, dean of the new College of Jewish Studies, has announced that the program has a total registration of 25 students. Sponsored jointly by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Miami YM & WHA. the college meets at the Y Monday nights from 8 till 10:30 p.m. Courses offered to date include those in Hebrew. Modern Jewish Affairs. Literature, and the Jewish dance. "The college has steadily gained both in momentum and poularity." Gannes reDorted. Those desiring to join are advised to attend on class nights. Center Fund Reaches $76,100; Dec. 31 Wind-up S76.110.00 has been raised in the current Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Building Fund Drive, announced George J. Talianoff. chairman of the campaign, at a reception tendered in honor of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Sunday evening. December 21. at the Social Hall of the Synagogue. With over one-half of the goal reached dui ing the first week of the drive, Talianoff expressed confidence that the objective of $150,000 would be attained December 31 when the campaign ends. Leading fund-raising team reporting Sunday night was that headed by Joseph M. Hose, president of the Congregation, with S21.000 in new pledges reported. Other campaign leaders aie Abraham Goodman, Samuel Friedland. Isidore Goldberg, Alfred Stone. Oscar Mamber, Harry Sirkin. Harry Levin'e, Nat H Hankoff and Nathan Glosser. Ed Singer, chairman of the hotel division, will make his report at a meeting of the campaign workers Monday night Assisting Singer are George Goldberg, Leo Eisenstein. Joseph M. R se, I. Lou:s Mintzer and Nat H. Hankoff. The next report meeting will be held December 28 at 10 a.m. at the office of the Center. The new building of the Center is now under construction at 17th st. and Washington ave Miami Beach, the structural steel having been erected. It is expected that the building will be ready for occupancy July 1, 11148. Robert Wolf Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating A reception will be held in his honor Sunday at 5 p.m. at their home for friends of the family. Out-of-town guests for the celebration include: Al Wolf, Mr', and Mrs. Leo Wood and son, Mrs. Sam Israel, and Edward Israel, all of Chicago; Leo Wolf of San Francisco; and Mrs. H. Alperson, Omaha. Nebraska. Richard Paul Bernard Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah of Richard Paul. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard, took place last Saturday at Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff addressed the members of the synagogue. A reception was given for the boy by Ins aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller of 1220 Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach, which was attended by over 100 of the family's friends. Out-oftown relatives here for the occasion included: Mr. and Mrs. William Silverman and their daughter, Mrs. Munroe Klaussner, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman and children. Dorothy and Paul, and Mrs. Louis Moss, all of Jacksonville. The Bernards live' at 520 Michigan ave., Miami Bl ai Jerome Leffler Community Center. Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiated. A luncheon reception was held at their home, 1120 Pennyslvania ave.! Miami Beach, after the service. Among the guests from out of town were Benjamin Leffler and Joseph Strok of New York City, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Chachkin of Philadelphia. MoisheOysherTops Talent Array For Beth Jacob Program A£££ ££-. screen and radio, will k! a featured artist at a gala -L he being presented at the Beftg Congregation. 301 Washing ave.. by the Con K reg at S gl !! Sisterhood. Sunday a f gj and Oysher. at present api-ari at the Little Roumanians' c he outstanding Jewish tenor" the country by most critics. T u R ^ Cr Wi,h him wil1 appear Mtchel Rosenberg, nationally! mous comedian. Cantor Louis D. Feder will open the program with liturgic and classic Jewish selections followed by the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus under the leadership of Louis Powesky, in j varied musical program. Mrs. Libby Fishbein, prominent local pianist, will accompany the artists and present a number of piano selections. Tickets are available at the Beth Jacob office, 311 Washington ave. Masada Chapter MII-.M-.II Program Singing of new Palestinian songs under the leadership of Miss Josephine Berman, talented specialist, will feature the meeting of the newly reorganized local chapter of Masada. national young Zionists' organization, at the home of Ted and Judy Nelson, 1320 Michigan ave., 8 p.m Sunday night. The musical program scheduled by program committeemen Abe Se-haeffcr and Seymour Hinkes will also include records of various marching and field songs of Holy Land Jews, and the first of a series of short talks by Dr. Eugene Edelman on Jewish history. During the absence of President Joseph Pardo. who is on his honeymoon, the remaining board members of the group have planned a concerted membership drive, and have urged that all young men and women in the twenty-to-thirty age group interested in cultural, social and educational activities centering around Zionism attend Masada meetings. Ft. Lauderdale Handicap At Gulfstream Saturday The Fort Lauderdale Handicap, featuring next Saturday's program of racing at Gulfstream Park, has attracted 15 middle distance runners in quest of top money in the $10,000 added purse. The value of the stake was recently increased from its original $7,500, and is expected to draw an excellent field of speedsters to the post. Although weights are not due from the offices of Racing Secretary W. R. Dahlstrom for several days, early indications are that H. K. Haggerty's Rampart Gustave Ring's Raspingo, the Sunshine Stable's Let's Dance. William Noble's Kay Gibson, S.D. Sidell's Iodine, Joseph Tucci's Incline and several others must rank high in Dahlstrom's figures. The Most Complete Line Of HOTEL FORMS And Hotel Suppliei in The Country OFFICE SUPPLIES Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets OFFICE FURNITURE BARNETT'S INC. HOTEL STATIONERS 403 15th St.. Miami Beach Phones 5-2975 5-2976 Leader* of the Miami Beach JewUh Community Centp r buildinq fund drive, %  .v. u conferring over hearing report, of the campaign. Left to right ar.7sam Friedland G^ro^I T^H* b general chairman (standing). Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Joseph M. Ro*e. G#or 9* J Talianoff, Sunday, December 28 At 8:30 P.M. at BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE 301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Will Appear in Person Moishe Oysher The Master Singer of Our People MICHEL ROSENBERG The Famous Jewish Comedian Also Appearing The Jewish Folk Chorus of Greater Miami Tickets al Synagogue — Phone 5-6150 Moishe Oyhr and Michel Rosenberg will appear through *** c !" *. of the Little Roumania who donate their ertletry for thle reai



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PAGE ELEVEN 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! 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 YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE SOS CALLS 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. MM N.W. 7th Ave. Miami Dan J. Abbott Electric Co. MOO N. Miami Ave. Miami CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHOOL 1849 James Ave. Miami Beach BLUE DERBY RESTAURANT W S.W. 8th St. Miami BOND TRANSFER INC. 1812 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami Biscayne Laundry & Dry Cleaners 231 11th St. Miami Beach CLARK & LEWIS CO. 34 N.E. 11th St. Mi 0 "' CHARLES B. CLEVELAND 605 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach DADE FAT AND GREASE CO. 27th Street Hialeah KENYON AUTO STORES 1903 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO. 1125 5th Street Miami Beach Auto Lock & Hdwe. Supply 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N.W 1st St. M,aml 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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FHJDAY. DEgMgjW ^J^istfhrldltan nd Mrs. Chos. Goldstein Golden Annniversary flebrated With Family And Friends On Sunday PAGE FIVE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein will mark their golden wedding inniversary Sunday with a party at Beth David Synagogue. No invitations have been issued, but friends of the family are asked to join :n the celebration. Arrangements for the evening have been made by the couple's children, Mr, and Mrs. William Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Goldstein and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, all of Miami. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac N Weinkle. a son-inlaw and daughter, have come from New York City for the occasion. Grand children to be present include Carol and Eugene Aronovitz, Steve and Jane Goldstein, and Romelle Weinkle. The Goldsteins came here from Jacksonville about 25 years ago. They are originally from Newark, N. J.. but have spent a total of over 31 years in the South. Rabbi Max Shapiro is to perform the wedding ceremony in commemoration of their fifty years of marriage. Cantor Maurice Mamches will assist. Buffet dinner and dancing will also be furnished the many guests expected. The couple lives at 1520 S.W. Fifth st. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Removed by Multiple Electric Needles and Radio Matic. The only •ate and permanent method!. K Francee A H N K F r ed a L I M A N 1431 Washington Ave., M. Beach Phone 58-9520 Miami Beach Couple Announce Engagement Betrothal of Miss Sylvia Rotapel to Dave Gottlieb has been announced by her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Enerfeld of Miami Beach. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gottlieb of Miami Beach. Miss Rotapel is associated with Sue Preem Maid Coat & Suit Co. Her fiance is a real I I broker. No date has been set for the wedding. Florida Honeymoon For Jack Blocks Now touring Florida for their honeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Block who were united in marriage by Rabbi Max Shapiro last Sunday. The afternoon ceremony in the garden of the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dubbin ol 813 Catalina PI.. Coral Gables. was followed by a dinner for the 150 relatives and friends attending. The former Miss Shirley G berg is the daughter of Joseph Greenberg of 4745 S.W. 3rd st She is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Block, son of Mrs. Rose Block, 2276 S.W. 2nd St.. is a student at the University Law School. He is a veteran ol ovei two years in the Armed Forces. and was graduated from Miami Beach High School. Personally Speaking... Marc^Levin^fM% S !" d wi &Y host to Mr. and Mrs. at 600 JSSli rJ lk Chy Ver ,he holida Y s at ^ h !" e n V JtM d MrS n J Seph Slu,Sky Ellenville New York have arPlazalS^ cS C \ and ^ Spending ,he Season at < he R z at S P nv H .? SkyS Wh Wn ,he Nevele Coun *Y Club at EUenville are the parents of Ben Slu.sky. Murray Weinger's partner in the Copa Cabana here. Mr. and Mrs. Solis S. Cantor and daughter. Barbara, are stopping at the Belmar hotel while enjoying holiday vacation at Miam, Beach. Mr. Cantor, a Philadelphia advertising agency head, also has a branch of his office on Lincoln Road. The Cantors will return to Philadelphia in time for New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Engleman of New York City are spending the holiday season in Miami Beach as guests of the Harry |Dinnersteins. 6401 North Bay Road. The Englemans are Mrs. Dinnerstein's parents. Mrs. Gussie Dinnerstein, mother of Mr. Dinnerstein, also is a house guest. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wittan, 9049 Carlyle ave., Surfside, | have as their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherer of Silver Spring, Maryland. Mrs. Wittan returned last week from Chicago where she had spent three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Taradash and their son, Randall Mark. Mrs. Sherer and Mrs. Taradash are daughters of the Wittans. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Herrmann and daughter, Judith L., are iin Miami Beach from New Jersey spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rakoff at 701 Meridian ave. Dr. Herrmann is Mrs. Rakoff's brother. Home from Florida State College for Women. Tallahassee, are Miss Louis Gans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans of 2531 S.W. 14th st. and Miss Naomi Machtei. daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, 1450 S.W. 17th Terr. They will be here until after New Year's. Howard J. Barnhard and his fiance. Miss Fay Miller, are spending their holiday vacation from Medical College, Charleston, S. C, with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard, 242 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. They are to be married Sunday at 2 p.m. at Beth Jacob synagogue. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Weinkle and their 8-month-old daughter, Romelle Erney, are here from New York City to attend the golden anniversary celebration of Mrs. Weinkle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Romelle is the youngest grandchild of the Goldstein family. The Weinkles are both former residents of Miami Beach. A son, Robert Alan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mandell of 902 S.W. 2nd st., at the St. Francis hospital, December 11. Mrs. Mandell is the former Miss Sunny Margoles, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Margoles. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson at 3411 Day ave., Coconut Grove, is Mrs. Jacobson's aunt, Mrs. Peter Naken, Chicaqc. Several relatives of the Spinoza Forum leader, Dr. Abraham Wolfson who are now visiting in Miami Beach, will take part in the discussion on "Palestine: Today and Tomorrow, tomorrow afternoon at the forum meeting. Those participating at me meeting at the home of Dr. Wolfson, 124 11thit, include Sf! and Mrs. Oliver W. Wolfson of Flushing. L I, Dr. and Mrs. Sward Wolfson of Jersey City; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nirnan F„t Hilk NY'Mr and Mrs. E. Zahler, Columbia, S. C. Mrs. N^an and' Mrs Zahler are active in Hadassah work, and Dr. Oliver Wolfson recently spent two years in Charles Peretzman's Announce Engagement Of Youngest Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman of 926 15th st., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their youngest daughter, Palestine. The couple, both local residents most of their lives, will make their home in Miami, upon their return. -I Mr and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein and family of Bethlehem, • a,lu .._ J ,„;tk Mrs Goldstein s Mrs. Harold Robin Host To Pupils At Musicale Mrs. Harold Robin, local piano teacher will be hostess to a group of her piano pupils at a holiday party and musicale at her home. 6231 N.W. First Ct., on Saturday, Dec. 27, p DUDils who win Dawn at 2:30 p.m Among the pupils who will rendei piano selections will be Dawn Wintz. Tito Wintz, Jo-Ann Rhoden. Rose Berman, Mary Bowles. Elaine Snyder, Doris Keen Tommy Markowitz, Harvey Kasow, Wavne O" Robert Barrett, Joe Aul't, Fr; C llatz. Jean Can A duet, pi yed by Tommy Markowitz. and Harvey Kasow will conclude the musical program. Pa.. .Md may spend "••?•" parents, Rabbi Mr and Mrs. Moses Pallet of Miami + + Weintraub, prominent Zionist leader and SaiC t JTheNemo hotel Miami Beach, has offered ator vacahoning at he Ne-^ ^ ^ ^ ^ filSTSi -St *2* h is s,ay in the com munity. w r„u on Wed to Martin Cohen Thursday May Cohen Wea to wn ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ now employed ir by Miss A ceremony solemnized Rabbi Moses Mcschefoff joined in marriage Miss May Cohen and Martin Cohen a. the Beth Jacob svnagog ue on Thursday .1 8p.m. 'The bride is the daughter of Inrf Mrs Samuel Cohen of New born and is where she is the Administration Offices. The groom is the son of Mrs. Esther Cohen and the late Harry Cohen of New York City. He 1st veteran of World War II and is now a student at the same colleg? After a honeymoon in Georgia. the couple will reside in New York City. Miss Peretzman Katherine Cheryl, to Richard Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bell, also of Miami Beach. The betrothal was made known at a surprise party given December 25 for Mrs. Peretzman's birthday. The bride-elect attended school at Miami Beach. She was elected the first queen of her kindergarten class, and the most popular and best looking of the Miami Beach Senior High school graduating class of January, 1947. Her fiance was also graduated from Miami Beach High, later serving two years in the Armed Forces. No date has been set for the wedding. BUTTER-EGGS Suas/tuie ^OsAietu GERMAINE M0NTEIL SETS Two-piece set includes dusting powder and four-ounce bottle of cologne $6* Three piece set includes dusting powder, two-ounce bottle of cologne and bath oil • $8.50* Nostalgia perfume luxuriously packed and bottled. One ounce S25* 'Plus tax BURDINE'S, MIAMI, TOILETRIES. STREET FLOOR I ;



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%  J^ Y ,DECEMBTO26, 1947 +Jewlstncridlia,ri Community Chest Serves Pathetic Cases; Reynolds Announce Drive Dates Feb. 1-17 pathetic and Varied PAGE SEVEN which come daily to A. lident of the reL. Comports ,,r M W 2nd st. 1 .'cosmopolitan Miam. as an in„,tonal gateway produces sitt6 lns seldom counterparted in pother communities." Reyarkid. "This is one of t' $ n funds wilirun from Feb Sat we attain our minimum goal "96.77. to continue the 0 f 21 Red Feather's 0 f"$8,345,596.77. to < *Sr ta ? W.The drive for ^nds will run from Feb. 1 to 17. Turning to routine reports from various agencies which were piled n £ desk. Reynolds cited two rases concerning refugees and how they were served by two Community Chest agencies. •Only a few years ago, Erie i_ was in a German concentration camp." sa.d Reynolds. "The gas chamber loomed for him. Then came rescuing American soldiers. ••Eric finally got to the United States. He was in ill health when he arrived in the Miami area. He wanted work. He wanted to learn the English language. He wanted story they told was tragic. The little girl of five had never seen a real doll. Given one by a Travelers Aid worker, she was enchanted. Any attempt to take it from her drew fervent tears. Travelers' Aid contacted relatives of the father in Peru, Reynolds explained. "Money for passage to the South American country was forwarded here and the little family started happily for a new land—and a new life." Blood Bank Plans New 150.000 Bldg. Plans for the new Blood Bank building to be situated North of Jackson Memorial hospital were revealed recently by A. J. Cleary, chairman of the board of directors of the Dade County Blood Bank. About $150,000 is to be used for the 130 by 70-foot building which will be constructed on a site leased from the City of Miami. Ratification of the 99-year lease on the site by the directors accompanied approval of the sale of the present Blood Bank buildRose Chapter Reviews Activities A review of the year's activities will be presented by Miss Shirlee Zimmerman at the next meeting of R OS e Chapter, B'nai B'rith to be held Tuesday evening, 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Paul Leopold, 1018 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. Among the important projects sponsored by this organization %  lunng the past yeai were the purchase of "Sin a Song of .dship" books for presentation to the local schools, several parties at the Veteran's hospital, and presentation of gifts to the veterans. A report will also be heard on the chapter's programs for the coming year. %  I 11 1 1 J .1 -I mill HSIEEC: 1 OPENING DECEMBER 19th SERVING _r I N I J I AMIMCAN 11 W I S H OINNfR 4 II A Mb COLLINS AVI AMI P F A C H ing to the city for $32,600. Acto be an American. But he didn't cording to Cleary, the building know how to go about accomplishing his objectives in his new and strange environment." Then, according to Reynolds, he was put in touch with the Jewish Social Welfare Bureau, a Community Chest agency at 127 N.W. 2nd st. Today reports find him progressing rapidly in the free land of his adoption. There was the case of a couple with two small children picked up by the Miami police. The little family, recently arrived in America, was unable to speak English. Police took them to the Travelers Aid Society of Miami, also a Chest agency with headquarters at the 2nd st. address. The agency learned they were refugees from Austria. The father had been a slave laborer under the huns of Hitler. They were on their way to Peru—to start a new life. But their funds were exhausted when they reached Miami. The No Other Restaurant Can Make This Statement! WE ARE N. E. 2nd Ave. at 4th St. For Reservation* Ph. 3-1872 Lnder ihe Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan Open Daily 8 A.M. to 3 A.M. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS east of Jackson Memorial will be used as the hospital's pharmacy Most of the money to be spent by the organization of the new building came from distribution of serums developed by the Blood Bank's technical and research director, Dr. John Elliott, Cleary explained. This fund will be augmented by the $32,600 derived by the sale of the old buidinu. and by a gift of $25,000 from Mrs. Robert Ludwig to help pay for the new building. The chairman also pointed out the progress in Dade county since the establishment of the Blood Bank in 1941. in that 1400 blood transfusions are now being provided every month, whereas the entire year of 1940 only reported 703. The John B. Orr Co. has been designated as the Blood Bank's agent to construct the new building. Miami Y Basketball Schedule Announced Schedule for the varsity basketball season of the Miami YMHA has been released by Chuck Klein, athletic diirector. Next game is to be Monday evening at 7 p.m. agains VFW No. 471. Members are asked to plan ahead on the evenings which the team will play in the Miami Municipal basketball league schedule. All games will take place at Edison Senior High Senior High school gym. Miami's Foremost Vegetarian. Dairy and Fish RESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 841 WASHINGTON AVE., M. I. PH. S 9182 ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum *Ot r AUGUST BROS RV 7 la thcBtsr.' all i HOY Al PALM HO I II. 154S COLLINS AVENUE IM \ I >< %  ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners firing '^onNpio' 'SfcTn)v 'I t\TjV it* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 NEW SURF rfOrIL 69:> Or. the OCLOB BREAKFAST. 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wW V DECEMBER 26, 19?' n 1,000.000 SEEn"'! 5000,000 £ b n an ..: 8:890,350 •Bahrein ".'. 17,047.000 Delivered To Date $ 9,337,691 Nothing 2,036,449 8.890,350 17,047,000 according to Totals $41,275,041 (•Briitish Protectorate near Arabia) oroperty delivered mainly through ping th the Office of Foreign Liquidations Commission," Bromfield states. "We have committed the folly "f already releasing ninety ^ rcent „f this Army material. America is being used as an arsenal for pro-Axis despots against our allies, the Hebrews of Palestine Litest figures. $37,311,490 arms shipments and an embargo on Arab League traae, was submitted to Secretary of State Marshall on October 14. "The State Department still has taken no action. As far back as August, 1946, the American League for a Free Palestine provided the government with details of the British conspiracy to prove bloodshed. Navy Hero Speaks At Club Luncheon Solomon Isquith, recently retired rear admiral of the United States Navy, will address the members of the Sholom Lodge Bnw Brith Luncheon Club today at 2:15 p.m. in the Downtown Club. Seybold Arcade. %  f^tf^L. has P a 'tic.pated in World War I and II. Before World War II he served as District Legal Officer of the third and the 5th Naval Districts His recent war record includes active duty in the Phillipines, China and Japan, and participation in a number of invasions in the southwest Pacific and the Orient. He served as Commanding Officer of the attack transport U.S.S. Noble which is still in action. Admiral Isquith received the Naw Cross ior saving 90 per cent of his crew while a senior officer aboard the U.S.S. Utah during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Bill Pallot, luncheon chairman, will introduce the speaker whose subject is "An Eyewitness Account of the Invasion of Okinawa." Sam Silver, president, will preside. PAGE THREE Emma Lazarus B & P Group Gives Party A party for paid up members of Emma Lazarus chapter B'nai B'rith Business and Professional Women, was held Sunday evening at the International hotel beach and cabana club, 4323 Collins ave.. Miami Beach. Committee chairmen included: Miss Dolly Pont (past president). refreshments; Miss Lyn Warner, arrangements; and Mrs. Sydney Katzif, telephone. Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENBED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given Landau Chap. Organize Employment Committee Miss Rosilyn Kivel and Janet Rosen head the newly organized employment committee of the B'nai B'rith Young Women's Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter. Activity of this committee is to assist members of the group in obtaining employment throughout Greater Miami. A group of other committees have also been formed which includes: membership, Peggy Katz: cultural. Edith Schulman; religious, Louise Raphael: community service Judy Rosoff; overseas aid. Frances Horngrad: athletic. Winnie Epstein: social, (cochairmen) Pat Blau and Rita Mersel; newspaper, Gloria Farkas: publicity, Annette Wallman. Arlene Sisselman, and Margie Stern; anti-defamation, Shirley Friedman; telephone committee. Eva Rosner; hospitality. Sheila Wallman. The social committee recently announced that a party will be given on Sunday at the home of Johnie Pancoe, 327 28th St., Miami Beach, in honor of the appointment of Mrs. Irving Becker. the new advisor for the group. President Shirley Collegeman has cancelled the meeting ol Dec. 29 so the BBYW can participate in Runyon Fund Day. Ben-Horin Answers Bergson Attempts A vicious "smear" attempt by the Bergson group to undermine support for the future Jewish State in Palestine was answered today by author and Palestine authority. Eliahu Ben-Horin, adviser on Middle Eastern affairs to the American Zionist Emergency Council, in a letter to the New York Herald-Tribune. Pointing out that it was the Bergson strategy "to continue the cruel joke which they played on the Jewish people when they established themselves as the selfstyled 'liberators' of the Hebrewnation and ambassadors of Jewish Palestine." Mr. Ben-Horin charged that the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation was continuing Us policy "to muddy the waters and add bewilderment to the public mind." Stanley Saffron, holder of the 1947-48 scholarship given by the B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge recently. Saffron is an accountancy senior at the University of Miami. According to publicity chairman. Mrs. Milton Sachs, the S250 award was based upon "general meritorious qualifications." Sam J. Halperin Realtor Prexy Sam J. Halperin has been elected president of the Miami Beach Bn.rd of Realtors for the ensuing year, to succeed Mark A. Smith. Other leaders chosen to serve with him include: Hugh Larrick, first vice-president; C. H. W. Read, second vice-president; Allen M. Martin, third vice-president; Mrs. Marvin Neumann, executive secretary (for the 20th consecutive year); and C. W. Chase, jr., treasurer. Jack Justice was named corporation secretary. Officers were elected by the board of directors at a meeting in the board's office, 420 Lincoln Rd. Installation will take place January 12. Halperin has been a Beach resident for many years and serves as a member of the city zoning commission, as well as many other civic committees. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will eave on a now roof later "8atiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd v.nue I'HONE 4-6(60 Dr. LEO EHRLICH Chiropodist—Foot Specialist Announces The Opening Of His Office At 420 Lincoln Road Mercantile Nat. Bank Blda. 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euos Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY DiPiduiQun 0 __ NUMBER 52 Machinery Set Up For UJA Campaign ATLANTIC CITY, Dec. 16 (JTA)—A "plan of operation" setting up campaign machinery blanketing the entire country and mobilizing all communal forces within Ante paralleled sum of $250,000,000 for the Jewis today by U.J.A. leaders following the conclusion of VOLUME Arab Violence Flares; Casualties Increase TFRUSALEM, (JTA)—At least 20 Axabs and seven Jews died P lestine last week-end as the uneasy quiet which reigned h ut most of the week ended in blasts oi submachine USIfflld the roar of bombs. ^" r ht Arabs died and 16 were wounded on Sunday when f ed at an Arab bus which failed to halt at a Haganah 5 S block between Ramleh and?EVmallah The Haganah was operaTin t that vicinity following number of attacks this morning n TeUh vehicles during which 5/35 were murdered. The r o Gideon Gelobter, 25 and Hannah Possek, 28, were stabbed and beaten to death when an oil ank truck which they were dnvng was captured by an Arab Sd. In another attack on the L e road four Jewishsettlement "licemen escorting a convoy £ere wounded when Arab guer^T^Xspital in Safad W as attacked by Arabs who had Sn up positions in a nearby Sffing They were eventually £ten off after one of their number was killed and several were wounded. Two Jewish guards were injured, but none of the hospital staff nor any patient was hurt The building from which the Arabs attacked, the highest in the town, was occupied by the Arab Legion several days ago. A curfew was imposed on Safad. JTA Correspondent Killed Robert Stern, an employee of the Palestine Information Office and a former Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent, was shot dead as he walked from his office. The shooting of two British officers on a crowded Jerusalem street was acknowledged by the Irgun, which stated that the attack was in reprisal for the rape of a Jewish girl by British soldiers last week. The underground group pointed out that it had carefully chosen members of the Lifeguard Regiment, of which the attackers of the girl were members. The Haganah immediately denounced the Irgun attack as a "provocation." A Haganah unit raided the Arab village of Deirajoub, damaging several houses but injuring no one. The Arabs were told that the raid was a warning and not a reprisal tor the killing of a Jew in the area last week. If further attacks occur, the Jewish militia stated ,the Arabs will suffer more severe damages and casualties. In the Tel Aviv-Jaffa border area Saturday night the Haganah blew up several Arab strongholds, killed a number of Arabs and a British soldier. A Haganah spokesman apologized for the death of the soldier, asserting that he was mistaken for an armed Arab. The Haganah also issued an apology to the Arabs of the village of Khisas for the accidental killing of five children during a raid on the headquarters of a guerrilla band which had murdered several Jews. Ten Arabs were killed in the raid. Over 250 Arabs, 125 Jews Killed Jewish sources early this week surveyed the results of the "first round" of Arab-Jewish violence, estimating that the outbreaks have so far cost the lives of more than 125 Jews and over 250 Arabs and resulted in the wounding of more than '.!00 Jews and over 300 Arabs. Observers feel that the Jews have won the first round. but that the danger is far from over. With both sides racing against time to equip and organize their (Continued on Page 4) MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Bomb Arab Mill JERUSALEM — A bomb squad of members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi organization destroyed an Arab flour mill in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa no man's land Tuesday night and set off a fracas in which Jews, Arabs and British soldiers and police fired wildly. At least one Arab was reported killed and possibly three. Ten Arabs or more were wounded. Overseas Trio Reports To be Heard Jan. 5th Plans for an all day conference to receive the reports of Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz who recently returned from a six-week inspection trip to Jewish communities in Europe and Palestine were announced yesterday by Jacob Sher, President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation which sponsored the overseas expedition. The affair will start on Sunday raise the unmapped here %  rican Jewry to i Appeal in the coming year, was the fivi d ly conference yesterday. The country has been divided into :i0 gei regions, within which will be mobilized the local leadership in an intensive, discentralized campaign. A committee of ten will serve as an advisory body to assist during the campaign. Isidore Sobeloff of Detroit, addressi: last night, called for •"psychological parity" in conducting the campaign. He said that the Jews ol America, in supporting the $250,000,000 quota will again channel their drives througl I e I • welfare funds. The local funds will offer the following four-point program: 1. To promote the creation and development of a Jewish State in Palesti 2. To maintain and rehabilitate the1,250,000 J Europe until improvement, or emigration relieves their situation. 3. To receive, assist and integrate into Ami i an life the fortunate enough to be admitted to the United Stal 4. To support domestic and local agencies in thi fields of health, welfare, recreation, care of the aged, youth work, education and community relati "In effect," Mr. Sobeloff said, "tl e campaigns, by using psychological parity to embrace all these four points will serve as a basis ed out program at home and abroad. They will provide the financing underpinning to activities on which Ami rican Jews have agreed as a common platform. tine, governmental aid, economic displaced persons and other refugees Truman's Report Show* Inequality WASHINGTON tWNS)— Jewish students "do nut have equal opportunity with non-J students in the choice of institutions and in certain fields of advanced study" it was disclosed here by the President's Commission on Higher Education in a report made public this week. This situation has been aggravated in recent years, the Commission declared. It further recommended the removal from application forms of educational institutions "of all questions pertaining to religion, color and na-1 tional or racial origin." Holiday Deadline Because Thursday, press day, is a legal holiday, the Jewish Floridian will again go to press on Wednesday of this week. Therefore, no news items will be taken over the phone after Monday evening. Only articles submitted in clearly written or typewritten form will be given any consideration after that time. Publication in any event after Monday's deadline is doubtful. 1 \ Commission To Meet Jan. 7 LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA —The first meeting of the five-member U.N. Implementation Commission for Palestine will take place January 7, U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie announced at a press conference. Mr. Lie added that he had notified the governments of Bolivia. Panama. Philippines. Denmark and Czechoslovakia— the member states of the commission—of the date of the meeting. Thus far. only Bolivia has acknowledged receipt of the information, and she has informed the U.N. that her representative on the Palestine body will be named within a few days. A Group of Miamians in Attendance at the UJA Conference morning, January 4, 1948, with a breakfast at the Steak House, 2362 Collins ave., Miami Beach, and will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m., Mr. Sher announced. "When we held our BonVoyage party at the Columbus Hotel nearly 800 people were present to pay their respects to Mrs. Selig, Rabbi Lehrman and Mr. Orovitz," Mr. Sher said. "I know the entire Jewish community will want to be on hand to greet our delegation and to hear the message that they will bring to us from our fellow-Jews in Europe and Palestine. Because of the large attendance expected, reservations will be accepted in the order received." Mr. Sher said that in addition to the reports from the members of Federation's overseas delegation, the conference is expected to review the problems of the Jewish States in Palestine, the needs of the United Jewish Appeal and accept a 1948 campaign goal for Greater Miami. Chairman of the program committee in charge of the January 5th conference is Stanley C. Myers. An arrangements committee is headed by Mrs. Sol Leslie and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher. Preceding the conference the Board of Governors will hold a joint meeting with the Federation Budget Committee on Saturday night, January 3. At this meeting it is expected that the budget committee will bring in its recommendations for the allotments to the 50 agencies that will participate in the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. With the 1948 needs of the Federation agencies approved, the joint meeting will recommend a campaign goal. This goal will be presented to the entire community at the Sunday conference for consideration and discussion. In view of the fact that the United Jewish Appeal national goal has been raised to $250,000,000 for 1948 as against its 1947 results of $125,000,000, it is anticipated that the Federation goal in 1948 will be in excess of $1,500,000. according to Morris Klass, Federation Executive Director. Mr. Sher said that tickets for the breakfast at one dollar, including tip, will be issued in order of reservations up to the seating capacity of 1,000. 1948 CJA „„i„ rfpsianated Chairman of ,-u %  .„• Mrs Abraham Goodmsn. recently -Jesigna ^ ^ Hillel Sabbath At Synagogues National Hillel Sabbath is being observed tonight at most of the Jewish synagogues of the Greater Miami area. As is customary. University students from the University will be guests at the congregation pulpits. Purpose of this observance, according to Rabbi Albert Michaels, director of the Hillel organization at the University of Miami, is to acquaint the Jewish community with the programs at the universities. 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p.nt Y, DECEMBER g. 1947 Jewist>fkridian youth Tournament Plans Gala Pageant Mid-winter tournament of B'nai JL youth organization* will 'under way tomorrow eveL with a barbecue and dance \ZA and BBG groups of Mi^ nd West Palm Beach. HeadJ bv Mi-n the subject "That There Should Be Released Time From Public Schools for Religious Education," will take place Sunday afternoon at the Miami Beach Community Center, chairman Murray Shear reported. All boys and girls may participate. The activity will be followed first by an oratory contest on the subject "ThroWars After," and then by a boat ride and entertainment in the evening headed by Leo Rosenberg. Rabbi Lehrman will speak at breakfast at the Center Sunday morning, according to Pat Curtice. chairman. Basket!);: 1!. volley hall, debate finals, bowling and Softball have been planned for Monday afternoon, and ping pong, a track meet, finals and softball finals, and a buffet luncheon, schedu'ed for Tuesday. Arthur Bolotin is in charge of bowling. Richard Pallot, the track meet, and Rosalie Margolis, the buffet lunch. Climax of the convention, according tn Miss Axlrod and Shenkman, will be the nite club affair Tuesday night, in the patio of the Shoreham and Norman hotels. B'nai B'rith Women Sponsor Dunninger Local Appearance Dunninger master mental telepathist and magician who has been praised by such personalities as Walter Winchell, King George, the late Thomas A. Edison and President Roosevelt, offers the sum of $10,000 to anyone who can effect a spiritual phenomenon which he cannot reproduce, or who can point out any paid employees, stooges or confederates who could possibly assist him in his telepathic readings which he will give in a benefit performance for Miami Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith at the Municipal Auditorium. Bayfront Park, Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 8:30 p.m. The committee headed by MiHarry Gordon have the co-op< tion of a long list of well known citizens as patrons to this major event. Proceeds go towards the many affiliations of the B'nai B'rith. Dunninger in talking about the "goings on in women's minds'' recently said in an interview that he was startled by some of the things that he has found in the subconscious thoughts of women! "I've been reading their thoughts for years now," he said. "and rarely are their thinking processes free from emotional coloring. It is true that their thoughts are frequently stimulated by personal feelings. It is seldom that any person or situation enters a woman's mind without an emotional reaction of some kind tagging along. I have also found that they are more tense than men, that even their thought processes are seldom relaxed." Strange as it may seem. Dunninger believes that women are more blood-thirsty than men. 'Look at the women hunters," he said. "Did it ever occur to you that those women who accompany their sport-loving husbands on hunting trips are exhilerated not so much by the thrill of sportsmanship, as by the instinct to kill. Maybe this is a throwback to the days when all the household provisions were acquired in this manner. I am not surprised at the facility with which women replaced men butchers during the war, nor that they found less distaste than men for a dish of horse meat." Dunninger pointed to the courtrooms as an example of women's emotional interest. "How they love a murder trial" he continued, "they flock to witness the spectacle, and you see them lean forward with notebook on knee so as not to miss a single detail Those on the jury suffer less qualms than their male colleagues i PAGE NINE Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Last Friday I was privileged to Ihe W ning of one of tli. test motion pictures ever produced, "Gentleman's Agreement." The film, which is to have its southern premiere in Miami and Miami Beach New Year's Eve, is superb entertainment. "Gentleman's Agreement" is a stirring, exciting. profoundly noving dramatic story which explode n er Hollywood myth. Producers have kepi away from the theme of anti-Semitisn ing, "Anti-Semitism is too controversial for films undertook the same genera! tin me w weeks ago and ; be good box offici are." however, subordinated the | lem of anti-Semitism to a n role in its melodramatic story. "Gentleman's Agreement," on tinother hand, comes squarely to grips with the struggle against ligious prejudices. We warrant that not ,i sit calm pers in wil theaters after having absorbing film. Excellently produced and expertly east, this moti n picture reflects the artistry of 20th Century Fox production chief I): F. Zanuck. Gregory Peck, as Phil Green, the young writer who masquerades as a Jew for a few u to gather material for a serii of magazine articles, gives the most forceful perfo nee of his screen career. Dorothy McGuire turns in a top notch performance as Green's girl friend who gropes her toward a complete understanding of her fiance's mission. John Garfield is impressive in the role of retui ned soldier who comes face to face with the problem of discrimination in his daily life. Dean Stockwell, Green's son | will steal your hearts with his splendid performance. Celeste Holm plays a most refreshing role as the magazine's fashion editor. Other good performances may be chalked up to June Havoc, as Phil's secretary: Albert Dekker in the role of the magazine editor who gives Green his tough assignment and to Jan Wyatt. Nicholas Joy, Sam Jaffeeand Kathleen Lockhart. "Gentleman's Agreement is masterful entertainment. It has no rival as yet for the next Motion Picture Academy Award Beach Zionists Pay Tribute To Dr. Z. I. Sabshin To pay honor and tribute to Dr X I. Sabshin. an outstanding worker for the Zionist organization, the local Miami Beach district together with the Jewish rnal Fund committee is sponsoring a banquet and musical program Sunday evening. Taking place at the Hygrade ant, 731 Washington ave„ Miami Beach, the affair will begin at tl p.m. Daniel M. Br airman of the ari ments c immittee Dr. Sabshin has recently published a book of Jewish poems, all pr f which are to bo turned over to the JNF. Harmony Club Honors Members Harmony club of Miami has planned 12 parties a year, to be held once a month for the purpose of celebrating the monthly birthdays of members. Attorney Natalie Wcinstein played hostess to December's n in her home this week at 4122 Collins ave., Miami Beach. She surprised the group by furnishing a buffet dinner, waiters and entertainment. Rosalyn Ricci, sister of the renowned Ruggiero Ricci. featured the evening's entertainment with several violin selections. Also presented were Betty Halm, pianist, who accompanied Miss Ricci. and Attorney Sam Rand, who The latter two are members of the organizal Hon red I >r their December days were Helen Wolf, Dave Joslett, Dave Shapiro, Attorney Rand. Esther Steiber. and Rebecca Bast. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin JWV Ladies Auxiliary Re-elect President Ladies auxiliary of Norman Bruce Brown Post 174 of the Jewish War Veterans re-elected Mrs. Vera Rosenthal as president of the group at a meeting last Monday. Others chosen at the election include: Mrs. Rose Horn, senior vice-pres.; Mrs. Shirley Isenberg, junior vice-pres.; Mrs. Lillian Stewart, treas.; Mrs. Lee Rosenthai, sec; Mrs. Augusta Birnberg. and Mrs. Mae Braidman, trutees; Mrs. Rose Mirell, chaplain; Mrs. Kate Marks, hospitality chairman; Mrs. Kay Lingerton. color bearer; Mrs. Gertrude Marks, judge advocate. Dr. Max I. Tendrich Dentist Announces the opening of an additional office at 2190 S. W. 16th Street Also Evening Appointments Phone 3-9956 FOR MEN ONLY $40,000 Stock Just Arrived "Finest Quality Men's Fabrics in the World" Genuine Forstmann Julliard Silk GABARDINE SUITS and SLACKS Regs., Longs, Shorts, Stouts Ideal for Year Round Wear ••Daily Factory Shipments DIRECT FACTORY PRICE Austin II. Burke (i00 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET Daily 9-6; Sundays 11-2 Mizrachi Oneg Shabat An Oneg Shabbat will be held tthel Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom. 1820 S.W. 6th st. tomorrow at 2 p.m. for the Mizrachi Women of Miami Beach. All friends of the organization are invited to attend. M Emanuel Karger, cultural %  '-ill speak on the work of Mizi %  in sending the defendant to the electric chair. There is many a fainting, cling-vine type among them who might more characteristically wear mandarin fingernails painted blood-red. But don t misinterpret me, please." Dunninger added quickly, "this is not a speech against the fairer sex. I'm just saying they're not the timid meek souls that the old novelists used to write about. Qi-iality, 3ood Product* p OOD PRODUCTS rm*£ il,tribu td br th* MIJM PROVISION CO, IK. "25 N. W. 7th AT*CU* Phon* 14141 FOR RENT 2437 S. W. 13th Street Telephone 48-9530 Beautiful Room-Twin Beds Private Entrance Kitchen Privileges Dr. Benjamin Tanner Announces Opening 01 His Podiatry — Chiropody Office 1456 Waehilngion Ave. Room 211 -ft. "-SMI Miami Beach ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lois Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines tor Rent-Grade A Pulverised 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 Sole Distributors MARKUP'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4951 ..A Tune Pian s We Sell Re* 1 *** Don't Miss • • HAROLD J. KENNEDY Zany Brilliant — Intellectual HUMORIST Noted Playwright-Actor-Producer On the Town Hall of Miami Series Joint sponsors White Temple and Temple Israel Men's Clubs at the WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM N.E. 2nd Avenue at 3rd Street. Miami Monday, December 29th, 1947 8:15 P.M. attend Kennedy and the Dorothy Thompson Lectures on Feb. 26. 1948 for S2.40 Including tax Single Lecture $1.50 including tax You can Resen Some excerpt, of Kennedy.MJ encores -Entertaining, mischievous"—Rotary ,;n delightfully, mischievous —notary fascinating, dehgntiuy ^ need „_ w -, "Just the tonic we Women,



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^Y^ECEMBER^JS^ +Jewish thridlar, uV ES O FOCT I TIMES PAGE FIFTEEN MARC_CHA6ALL •~v.<.< NORMAN .nd 501 NODfl gk Of '"I fORWOST S> WN PAWUKS Of 01* •• k RMODA | SIMON BORN IN 1887 IN THE JEWISH GHETTO. MARC WANTED TO BE AN ARTIST DESPITE THE CZARIST EDUCATIONAL LIMITATIONS AND HIS PARENT'S INTOLERANCE Of "SUCH NONSENSE'.' THE NEXT FOUR YEARS IN PARIS SAW CHA6ALL EXPANDING HIS TRUTMENT OP SUBJECTS ANO COLORS UNTIL HE WON RECOGNITION WITH "THE VIIUSE AMI" WHICH CRITICS CAUED"B01D SURREALISM" CHAGALL STUDIED IN LENINGRAD UNDER LEON &AKST AND THEN DEPARTED WR PARIS IN 1910 IN Ml, !Ht INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION AT PARIS AWARDED HIM A GOLD MEDAL JOIHISHEW TECHNIQUES. CHAGALL IS SAID TO COUPLE REALISM WITH HIS INNATE JEWISH MYSTKISM.PR0DUCIN6 CREATIONS THAT ARE POWERfUL.YET REFINED. IN 1939,HE WON 3o PRIZE OF THE CARNEGIE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION FOR HIS PAINTING. "THE BETROTHEDr CHAGALL RETURNED TO RUSSIA DURING WORLD WAR I, REMAINING UNTIL 1925. HE FOUNDED AN ART SCHOOL IN HIS NATIVE CITY, AND DEVOTED THE REST OF HIS TIM TO SETTINGS AND MUUIS FOR THE JEWISH STATE THEATRE TIME CHAGALL'S WORNi ARE CONSTANTLY BEING ADDED TO MANY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. IN NOVEMBER 1947 THE ART MUSEUM IN CHICAtO HAILED HIM IN IT'S LATEST EXHIBITION Of HIS PAINTINGS-THE GIFTED AND CELEBRATED ARTISTAFTER THE NAZIS OVERRAN FRANCE,CHAGALL WAS CONSTANTLY IN DANGER BECAUSE HE WAS A JEW. WITH HELP OF AMERICAN FRIENDS, HE ARRIVED ill THE U.S.IN 19*1. Birthday Tribute to Regina Margareten It was with joy and appreciation that the entire HorowitzMargarelen family and many friends gathered on the last day ol Chanukah to celebrate another birthday and pay tribute to Regina Maigareten's youthful enthusiasm and her truly great achievements. By sheer coincidence, of course, her birthday is "Zos Chanukah" -the eighth day of the Festival of Rededicati Yet it is an amazing coincidence. because Regina Margareten also dedicated her life to the service of her people The daughter of Jacob Horowitz whose family traces its ancestry back '.,. Spain of the 13th century. Mrs. Margareten was born in Hungary, and came to the United States almost sixtyfive years ag i Her father, a man of great tearing and sterling character, had a keen business sense. He set up a tiny matzoh bakery on New York's Lower East Side. Regina. his onlydaughter, was his right hand in business matters from the very start—and also in social and charitable activities. Even in her youth, she worked day and night for the welfare and Americanization of the newly-arrived immigrants who had come to this land of the free. And throughout the years, Mrs. Margareten has lived by the precepts of honor, justice, and the desire to assist others. When her father passed away a year after his arrival in this country. Mrs. Margareten, together with her brothers and husband. Ignatz Margareten, continued to operate the matzoh bakery and under Omission Members of the various Zionist organizations in Greater Miami gathered Dec. .16 in Beth David to relcbrate the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. The name of Mrs. Harry Laufer who took charge of refreshments was inadvertently omitted from the account in last week's issue. She was assisted by Mrs. Ida Hartz and Mrs. M. Ginsburg. [TOUBY [PAINTING Mr*. Regina Margareten their hands it has grown so that today the name of HorowitzMargareten is a household %  from one end of the world to the other wherever people : to have foods on which they can rely. Mrs. Margareten is the treasurer of this big Kashruth institution, and is at the office ev< j (working clay. No important decision in any phase of the busim -s is made without her approval and guidance. She heads a "d> nas ty" of children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren whose nation with Kosher foods and :nunal end> traditional and proverb;,.! A "shindig" given by In* Jewish People's Fraternal Order, youth lodge. 601. will be held tomorrow night at 8:30 in the CIO hall, 730 W. Flagler si. A musicale, dramatic entertainment, dancing and refreshments have been planned for the evening. The public has been invited. 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 Physicians' Receptionists, Assistants and Laboratory Technicians Trained In An Intensive 14 Week's Day Course, Starting January 5th, 22 Hours Per Week Lectures and Practice in Laboratory Technique. Expert Instructors We Are OL'enng Positions in Physicians' Offices to All Who Received Diplomas a. Banquet December 13th San|50 By Enrolling Horn. *-L*Wfc2"" Come. Write. Phone. 10 A. M. to F^j^ %jm 228 N. E. 15th Street MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE '• ~ W HaT# r PH. 584756 1805 PUHDY AVE.. M. B. -• !" ,nWIT7 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWTTZ Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight a "ught Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second ond Third Races Admission (No Minors) 25c TRANSPORTATION _e r8m Miami—E.press Service by Rod Adams Line from Elks' Club. £ 0 >, Floaler St. ond N. E. Third Avc from 6:30. Ft. louderdole^ From 442 E %  ** ii.gucnt intervals. HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB



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PAGE SIX AY. DE I Interim Committee To Meet For AJC NEW YORK — The Interim Committee of the American Jewish Conference will meet in New York, Monday, December 29 to implement the decision to establish a permanent organization reached at the Fourth Session in Chicago on December 1. The first step to be undertaken will be to set up a national election board to organize and direct the election of delegates to the all-inclusive representative body of American Jewry. Preparation for the holding of elections is expected to begin in January. Acting on the Chicago mandate, the American Jewish Conference is continuing to pursue its objectives in the defense of Jewish rights overseas, securing restitution, working on the problems of displaced Jews, pressing for the adoption of an international bill of human rights, while it simultaneously lays the groundwork for the permanent body. The Chicago session did not decide to convert the present American Jewish Conference into a permanent organization. It approved the establishment of a permanent organization on the basis of the plan drafted by the Committee on Future Organization. It also charged th< Conference with implementing this subject. The American Jewish Conference will continue to function until the new organization is set up. when it will hand over all oi its assets to the new body. For the time being, the Conference will carry out the work in progress and will negotiate with Jewish organizations and groups on their participation in the elections to the new body which will represent both the communities and the national membership organizations. The Interim Committee is composed of representatives of the 9 blocs in the Conference and 15 members co-opted at large. While the Fourth Session decided that the present Interim Committee should continue in office, all groups were given the opportunity to make desired changes in line with the tasks facing the Interim Committee at this time. Hebrew School %  Latf Services Start Friday Opening of the late Friday night services of Miami Hebrew School will take place this evening at 8:15 p.m. in the new synagogue, 1101 S.W. 12th ave., according to an announcement by Rabbi Simon April. Rabbi April will appress the congregation on the subject "The Jews, Past and Present." A social hour will follow the services. The public has been invited. SUNRSfrAkK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST, CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES wit| roa lOOKhCI III I w 30'.COURT MIAMI FLORIDA Jewish Aged Home To Elect Directors Elections of members to the board of directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged will take place January 14, at 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Those chosen are to serve for a 3-year term. Nominating committee of the organization appointed by the president, Harold Spaet, recommended the following for election: Dr. Datfid Andron, Sam Aronstein, Leo Chaikin, Charles Cohen. Irving Frankel. M. H. Frankel. Louis Gillman, Fanny Land, S. Lobel, Max Orovitz. W J. Piowaty, Sam Reinhard, Hyland Rifas, Monte Selig. Herbert Sher, Sophie T. Sherry, Harold B. Spaet, John Temple, and Dr. Barmy Weinkle. According to the constitution, other nominations may be made by any twenty members who submit to the recording secretary the nomination in writing, signed by them, at least ten days before the time set for the annual meeting. Members must be paid through 1947 to be permitted to vote. Program fullowin gthe election is to consist of an address by Dr. David Andron, musical selections by Dr. Paul Beck, European operatic tenor, and Miss Ruth Brotman, operatic soprano, accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov. 1, Rnbhi Simon April Zionist Youth Director Visits Southern Cities Seventeen Southern communities will be visited during the months of January and February by Herman Popkin, Atlanta, Youth Director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission, joint youth agency of the Southeastern Zionist Organization of America and the Southern and Southeastern Regions of Sr. Hadassah. A tour of Florida is planned for early spring. Purpose of Mr. Popkin's visit will be to meet with Zionist youth groups and leaders in each city to coordinate activities and plans for the movement in keeping with the expanded program undertaken by the Commission for Young Judaea, Jr. Hadassah, Masada. IZFA (Intercolligate Zionist Federation of America) and local Youth Commissions. Pioneer Women No. 1 Sponsor Celebration Pioneer Women, club No. are giving a joint celebration of the 46th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund and the establishment of the Third Jewish Commonwealth, January 4 at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, 618 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach. "Behind the Blockade," one of the latest technicolor Palestinian films dealing with Jewish achievements will be shown. John Caradine is narrator of the film and Richard Tucker, metropolitan opera tenor, sings several selections. It has been directed by Max Helfman. Speakers for the evening include Dr. David S. Andron, discussing the establishments of the commonwealth, and Rabbi Max Shapiro, speaking on JNF. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will offer, several vocal numbers accompanied by Joseph Schreibman. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the Pioneer Women, club No. 1. THE PIONEER WOMEN'S CLUB No. 1 Wishes to Thank the people ol The Dorann Apts 1244 Pennsylvania Avenue For their Chanuka gift of FIFTY DOLLARS to the Jewish National Fund Cocktail Party For Beth Sholom Sisterhood Mrs. Alexander Kog anWlllhe hostess to a cocktail Par "^ the Sisterhood of Temple '" Sholom Monday from 3 to 5? at her home. 3722 R oyal **; ave., Miami Beach, Proceeds the affair are to be ££ J ^support 0 f the re] ious Admission to the party wi „ the sale of $25 or more b. aHc for the Sisterhood Journal TW„ contemplating attendance 2 asked to call Miss Amdur, 5-68,9 before Sunday. wl9 RAY GORDON Registered Land Surveyor Accurate lot surveys at reasonable rates. 1575 Washington Aenu Miami Beach 39, Fla. Phone 5-9929 MIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • Light Fixtures Appliances Radios Open Friday Evening MONAHAN'S INC. 2208 S. 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PAGE TWO 9-Jenistncrldlar LEWIS NAMED CANCER HEAD J. Gerald Lewis has been chosen president of the Dade County Cancer Society at a meeting Monday in the Alcazar hotel. The society's immediate plans are to raise an additional $250,000 for the purpose of building a Cancer clinic in Miami. J Succeeding William C. Hill as president. Lewis will be assisted by newly elected officers: George Kennedy, vice president; Paul Bruun. secretary and David Phillips, treasurer. Stanley D. Mendenhall. former newspaperman, was named executive director for the organization which is opening headquarters at 800 N.E. Second ave. Plans are for the fund-raising campaign to be held in February or March, Mendenhall revealed. The $250,000 needed will supplement $200,000 already obtained by the society, he explained. Upon its construction on a 5'? mile site behind Jackson Memorial hospital which the society has leased from the city, the new clinic will be the only one south of Jacksonville. It will provide free treatment for all applicants. Work on the building is expected to begin early next year, FRIDAY. DECEMBER J. Gerald Leivis Dr. Scheinberg Receives Fellowship Dr. Peretz Scheinberg has received a $3,000 fellowship which will permit him to continue research work he is now doing at Duke University hospital. Durham. N. C. He is one of six to receive the awards from the American College of Physicians. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of 400 S.W. 9th ave. He was graduated from Miami Senior High school and Emory university school of medicine. Atlanta. Plans for a membership party to be given January 28. are being formulated by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. chairman, and Mrs. Morris Wolf, co-chairman, of the membership committee of Miami Beaoh Group of Hadassah. Invitations are extended to members who bring in five or more new members. Information is directed to Mrs. Weinkle. 5-3935. Mrs. Wolf. 5-0276. or Mrs. Harry Platoff. 5-0163. Temple Sisterhood Fetes Students A tradition of more than ten years standing will be continued on Sunday night, December 28, when Temple Israel Sisterhood is | to hold its annual dance for Jew. ish college students in the Miami | area. Both visiting and local students are invited to the dance, for which no admission will be charged. Arnie Grayson's orchestra will provide the music and refreshments will be served. Mis Max Meisel is chairman for the dance this year. Assisting her are Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs Isaac Levin. Mrs. Harry Ne.v:ns. Mrs. Norman Rossman. Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Adolph Werthcimer, and Mrs. Louis Zeientz. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Guest At Reception Celebrating the birthday of their Rabbi Emeritus. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, the women of Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a special reception in his honor after the Friday night services tonight. On the committee to plan the special event are Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman. chairman; Mrs. Sam Hantman, Mrs. Harry V. Simons. Mrs. Henry Hirsch, Mrs. Henry Wolff. Mrs Stuart Gordon. Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Frank Pearlman. Mrs. Maurice Serotta. Mrs. Louis Zeientz. and Mrs. Adolph Wortheimer. The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association I III: 4.1(1 VI III MIAMI VAAII II \K VSIIIII I II 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. Malter'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 Market, 415 Espanola Wav Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 732 6th St Lobel'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 SIGN! IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE FOR KASHRUTH" For information regarding kashruth, call our Director Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. phone 2-7439. Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth areHarry Sirkin, president; A. M. Bear, vice-president; H. Sooiin Secretary; S. Lobel, treasurer. Beach Hadassah Copa Dinner Dance January 4 Now in the completion stage are arrangements for the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah dinner dance to be held at the Copacabana club January 4. Chairman of the affair, Mrs. Joseph Lipton has announced that reservations may be made at any time. All proceeds are for the Hadassah Medical Organization. Headlining the Copa show will be Kay Thompson, famous night club entertainer, and the Williams Brothers, current reports reveal. Reservations for the evening in-a, dude dinner at 6:30 a.m. and the evening's entertainment. Dress is optional. Mrs. William Bernstein, cochairman, and Mrs. Lipton, are being assisted by a committee consisting of Mrs. Ralph Kaplan, Mrs. Samuel Friedland. Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Sam Sapiro. Mrs. Alex Van Straaten. Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. S. A. Goodman. Mrs. Alex Robbins. Mrs. Bernard Fuller, Mrs. Max Meisel, and Mrs. Harry Rubin. Because accomodations are limited. Mrs. Lipton has advised that members and friends of the organization contemplating attendance make arrangement immediately. Choice seats are available at $17.50; all others $12.50. Information and reservations are directed to Mrs. Lipton. 5-1903, or Mrs. Bernstein. 5-4388. Television Artist Visits Parents wart. Miss Marcelle Sch daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Natl Schwartz of 3035 S.W. i s t arrived home Monday, her appearance with ave, *ing Mrs. Joseph Lipton Weekly luncheon meetings of the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith have been resumed Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m.. it was announced by Walter Kovner. president. The group will meet at the Russian Bear Restaurant. 929 Lincoln Road, until further notice. folio the Tilt. vision Show Monday over station WRGB. Schenectady, N. Y p, e sented by the Television W 0 rt shop of New York. Miss Schwartz had the f emafe lead in "Moonbeam Song" a fantasy directed by Judy Duprey edjtor of Telev.sor Magazine £ author of "Television Show Bus, ness. The Miamian \ s a student of the American Academy f ra matic Ar te. now studying at Columbia University under Prof. Erik Bernow, president of Radio Writers Guild. Known here for her work on local stations as well as with USO shows and ATC Contact Caravan, Miss Schwartz has also done modeling in Miami as well as in New York. Her ambition is to become a radio actress, writer, director and producer. FLOORS Sanded and Finished 5c a square foot and up. Expert Workmanship Phones 3-9777—3-7966 VETS— TED and JESS NORTH BEACH HOME PATROL 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employees For Service Call 6-1911 — 4-6860 6190 Pine tree Drive, Miami Beach HAROLD'S. INC. Hairdressers 1039 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phones 5-0467. 5-0468 440 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale So Many Years And it lives on in Jewish Tradition CARSTAIRS White Seal •UNDID WHISM* For So Many Years .. THE FESTIVE WHISKEY PREFERRED IN JEWISH HOMES Often when we light the candles to usher in the Sabbath, we bring out the bottle of Carstairs White Seal—an appropriate part of the Sabbath setting that blends admirably with the festive atmosphere. And no wonder, for Carstairs White Seal is the perfectly balanced blend—rich yet light; mild y< hearty—truly a festive whiskey for a toast on the Sabbath and holidays and on all joyous occasions. CARSTURS WHO !" SIEAIL THE PERFECTLY BALANCED BLEND Bl.nd.dWhUk. T 86.8 Proof 72% Grin N.utr.1 Spirit. Cewtsiw Bros. Distilling Co, lac. ~



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PAGE TWELVE MmMI flcrldlian S^xssrsm^a FRIDA Y, DECEMBE R 2fi 10fr r i Hebrew Academy Designates "Formal Organization Week" The Hebrew Academy, located at 6th st. corner Jefferson ave., has set the week of Dccmber 27th to January 2nd as "Formal Organization Week." The Academy, which is in existence only 3% months and had been occupied during this period in furnishing and equipping its new building, in enrolling its roster of over 100 students, and in launching a progressive and comprehensive curriculum combining both an exemplary American educational program together with an intensive Hebrew training, has now undertaken and adopted plans for formal organization of the membership. directorate, and functions of the Academy. Dr. David S. Andron. president of the Academy, stated: "During the last few months, the founders and members of the Academy were engaged in the voluntary task of launching this model and progressive school. The urgency for the existence of a school such as the Academy, which offers to the boys and girls of our community a rich, broad and comprehensive American and Hebrew education, compelled the immediate establishment of the educational and functional foundation of the school. Now* that the Academy has been successfully launched, plans for the formal organization of the Board of Directors, with its necessary committees to guide and direct the various phases of Hebrew Academy work, have been undertaken." The Hebrew Academy is a community project sponsored by many leaders and educators in the Greater Miami and Miami Beach areas. At the present time, the school includes classes for the first, second, third and fourth years, as well as various preschool classes and kindergarten groups. Another first-year class is now scheduled to commence February 1st, in addition to the one which is now in existence at the school, as well as a fifth-yea; grade of boys and girls. As the school advances, each term classes will be added until there is a full and complete educational program covering the entire eight years of elementary school education. All the instructors of the school's English Department arclicensed teachers under the Florida Board of Public Instruction, and all our teaching personnel are experienced in the model and progressive form of education. The Academy has a fleet of Vases which transport the children to and from the school, in the City of Miami as well as Miami Beach. There are dining-room facilities which serve the children hot lunches as well as afternoon refreshment. In addition, the school has a large, two-story auditorium with a seating capacity of 385, and an outdoor playground with all the most modern physical and athletic equipment. The Hebrew Academy already boasts a large membership in its organization, as well as a Ladies' League Organization affiliated with it, with a membership of over 200. There is now in contemplation the establishment of the Parent-Teachers Association which will function in conjunction with the work of the school. Beth Sholom Bazaar Set For Jan. 21-22 In preparation for its Bazaar to be held on January 21 and 22 in the Temple Beth Sholom patio. the members of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood have been busily engaged every Tuesday afternoon for the past several weeks in the patio, sewing, crocheting, knitting, basket weaving and pottery making and painting, under the joint chairmanship of Mrs. Louis J. Krensky and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, Monies realized from the Bazaar will be used to support Temple Beth Sholom Religious School, which is a special project of the Sisterhood. The Bazaar is under the general chairmanship of Mrs. E. Allen Becker. She is being assisted by Mrs. Rell Tobin and Mrs. Catnille Baum, co-chairmen. Mrs. Estelle Fenias and Mrs. Bertha Phillips are Bazaar advisors; Mrs. Kate Greenberg and Mrs. Evelyn Kohn are e.isha :s. The booths iii b in ch&rgc of tne follou Ing Mildred AI kin, flowei B; Lillian Kronlah and Alyce BU, rdigmuN gifts; Claire Whitman, toys; Belle Uoldstrlch, circle gift shop; Kiith <;utman ana Jean Kay, groceries; Selma Marcus, awards; Mae Zlnnamon, cofrei blsle Robinson, hamburgers; Leah L'dell, tablecloth names; Mess Nelson, grab bag; ltuth O tan, • % %  sin. in s. t£stetl< Centals, bli ROHI Nordln, men's wear; Ulrdle Maso, afternuon tea; Martha Maurer, I i and i igai ettes; I iorls Seldler, rands


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PAGE TEN • Jewlst fhrktian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 6 !" %  H. H. Hyman, Florida Power Executive Re-elected As Dade Red Cross Chairman H. H. Hyman, division manager, Florida Power and Light Co., was unanimously re-elected to a second term as chairman of the Dade county chapter of the American Red Cross last week at the annual meeting of the organization in Central School auditorium. In addition Hyman has served continuously as chairman of the chapter's fund campaign since 1944. Other officers are: vice-chairmen, Mrs. M. F. Wittichen, H. Stilson Brannen and A. F. Arthur and E. G. "Don" Graham, re-elected; secretary, Mrs. H. O. Vance; and treasurer, James T. Larimore. In accordance with the chapter's rotative board system, by which the chapter elects annually 13 of its 39 elective board members for three years terms, the following new members were Cross staff, Solverud was a caseworker and assistant director of public welfare in Cass county. N. D. He is a graduate of St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., and the School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago. A resolution was adopted by the membership of the Dade county chapter recognizing the outstanding services to the organization of Henry E. Mangels and C. Gordon Anderson, and elected them to lifetime honorary membership on the board of directors. Both Mangels and Anderson are former chapter chairmen. Following the business of the meeting a disaster rehabilitation^ clinic was presented, with Maurice R. Reddy, director of disaster relief operations in Dade county as moderator. Reporting on the 1947 disaster H. H. Hyman elected: Ed W. Deering, Eustace operations of the American Red L. Adams, Leonard K. Thompson, W. Sloan McCrea, J. Barco Bishop. Re-elected to three year terms were Mrs. Marvin D. Adams, Dave Bosworth, Mrs. Lon Worth Crow, Sr„ George W. Davis, James T. Larimore, Joe M. Lipton. Mrs. Charles I. Smith and Dr. Everett S. Smith. Chosen to fill board vacancies created by resignations within the year were: Benjamin W. Turner, Comdr.. William N. Mansfield, Charles Clements and Abe Allenberg. Elected members of the executive committee were Charles A. Mills, Mrs. John Canfield and John H. Cheatam, Jr. The chapter chairman announced the appointment of Truman H. Solverud, assistant manager, Midwestern area, American Red Cross, as executive director of the chapter, effective January 1. Solverud became Midwestern area assistant manager in 1943 after serving that organization for seven years in various capacities. Before joining the Red Your CompUto Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th It Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Cross since the first hurricane struck Florida three months ago. Chapter Chairman Hyman said. "The number of families affected in Florida numbered 6,000; in Dade county, 1,100. At one time more than 1,000 persons were sheltered in this county on a long-time basis. Now all shelters are closed except two. Three families are still at the Negro shelter at Mt. Bethel church and 375 persons remain at the OpaLocka shelter. "Expenditures as of Dec. 13 totaled $595,604.68 for Florida; $199,932.59 in Dade county. Since this report of December 13, two local advisory committees have made awards for rehabilitation totaling $18,000, which brings the cost of relief operations in this county close to the quarter million mark. "I would like to point out," Hyman added "that these figures represent out-lays for actual relief and rehabilitation and do not include operational expenditures of Red Cross." Speaking of the organization's approaching fund campaign, to be held during March, Hyman announced the American National Red Cross quota of $75,000,000. and said the Dade county quota would be somewhat higher than the 1947 goal of $301,000. Life Insurance Eitttet Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. M>7 Biecayne Bldg. Ph. 1.1414 or 4-9981 Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation 1101 S.W. 12th Aver, Miami Presents The Young Wonder Boy Cantor and Genius with the Golden Voice ISROLIKEL Officiating Fri.-Sat.-Sun.Eve Jan. 2, Jan. 3, Jan. 4 CONCERT Tickets for Friday and Saturday $2.00 | Sunday at Concert $1.50 March Of Dimes Annual Polio Drive Begins January 15 The 15-day March of Dimes campaign to raise funds for fighting polio and providing medical treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital for those stricken, regardless of race, creed, color or financial status, will get under way January 15, Jack Cleary, county director, said today. Judge George E. Holt, county chairman, announced appointment of Cleary to serve his tenth consecutive term as county director, to be assisted by Neil J. Hayes. with Mrs. Claire Weintraub in charge of the women's division and Roy Singer directing the "Mile of Dimes." Campaign headquarters have been opened at 148 West Flagler st., from where every phase of Dade county community life will be urged to send a ringing message of hope to the many unfortunate victims of the dread malady. Students in every school will be asked to assist in raising funds to maintain the polio ward as a bulwark against a possible epidemic and members of all clubs, unions and organizations, along with professional and business people of every municipality will be urged to give generously. Research supported by the March of Dimes is delving into 24 branches of science for a cure or preventive of polio and half the money raised here will remain in Dade county, with the other half going to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, founded by the late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. S. .1. Freodman 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. C'-EC -,rra Telephone 5-1017 1 —Better • %  DRINK PLENTY OF ttripure Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES B5e 5 GALLON BOTTLE 75 c %  lu Bottle Die-, i PHONE 2.41.-8 Mrs. Malamut Entertains iiuests Mrs. William Malamut, president of the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach, was hostess to the first pre-season luncheon and card party in the Gulf Stream Room of the hotel last Wednesday honoring some 45 or more socially prominent out-oftown and local guests. The KUi'Ht list included: Mrs. I ..-mill rd Ad.liiKin. Mis Albert Annls, Mrs. Annie Ablmtt. Mrs. Charles Hlock, Mrs Miie lleiek. Mrs. Albert Cole, Mis. Charles Cohen, Mrs. Robert K..IIIS|.III, Mrs. Heriinin Frank, Miss lluth FVeeilmun. Mrs. Henry QoMnian, Mrs. Charles (ilnsberg, Mrs. Albert Grossman, Mrs. i:: i >-1 %  i %  %  11 • %  Goodman. Mrs. W, Urober, Mrs. Samuel Hyman, Mrs. Samuel Hsdpern, lira Lester Hart, Mrs. Leonard JaoobSOn, Mrs Harry Kendls, Mrs. P. Knynel, Miss Freda Newman, Mrs. Benjamin Nowack. Mrs. Maurice Rose, Mrs. Bldney Stein, Mrs, Benjamin S.lselbaum, Mrs. Sidney stern, Mrs. Marvin Silver, Mrs. Samuels, Mrs Aaron Smith, Mrs. Benjamin Small Quests frmn Philadelphia were: Mrs Joseph DoblltS, Mrs. Mooney Robinson and Mra Morris Wltlln; from New York: Mrs. Adele Felix, Mrs. George Herbert, Mrs. w. u. K.ssler, Mrs. Henjamin Kay and Mrs. Aiiie.i K Levy; from Atlantic city: Mrs Morris Marks and Mrs LOUlsa Lubln; Mrs Samuel l.unlz of Fenton, Mrs. Harry Vlener of WashingC. ton. li xOGUST BROS Hy E Miami Air Show January 9-10-11 Flying "Jennies," heli jet planes, a baloon ascension "Bat Wing" parachute jump a ers, landing a p i ane on an automobile, picking up a man with a plane in flight—all hes and many more excitements ate crowded into the program of Mi ami's 16th annual All American Air Maneuvers, which take t 0 lhe air January 9, 10 and 11. Announcing the completed pro gram yesterday, S. C. Huff man general manager of the big air show, commented, ".M lam iand the country—has never seen a more spectacular air show." ALEX DRUCKER] MUSIC TEACHER < < < < All Instruments—Reasonable j Instruments Furnished Free! Phone 2-4303 433 N.W. 12th Avenue j i MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 "Free" Estimates Cheerfully Given MIAMI STATION WAGON SHOP C. A. FISKE GEORGE Gl'LOAS "STATION WAGON SPECIALISTS" 2253 N.W. FIRST AVENUE • • • PHONE 3-2341 POST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 3rd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE NO MINORS ADMITTED EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK Ave\T # v^{l" 1 SK? H ?"••• '" v on N. E. 2nd St. between 1st UfM Terminal •••"'!••. *•*••* • = • %  • o r



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Kennedy Humor Talk Next on Series Of Town Hall Forum the Town Hall j ^rlress If! the lown n>"i /t ires -,11 be presented For T e White Temple Mondaj m „Hor ioiitt sponsorship ol ^ h U nfciib of Temple Israel he .* n ^ Temple Men's Club under joint sponsorship ol en 's Club Trfi'he White Temple Men su "Harold J Kennedy wil when Harold flc Si to &an A. Binder. 00 on of the joint committee. Tent-.''' he talks by Van Paassen and John fSe Saves. II. Kennedy's 5$11 be. a lighter vein.be£g the holiday spirit He w.ll 3 Tin intimate, humorous anecJs of the great and near great T*e worlds of screen, stage and radio entertainment. Reputedly the speaker who boob the most return engage!£nts in the United States, Kenliy has had a varied career in Srtainment circles. In addition tobeingafini.-.-.ed speaker, he is u, author, playwright, actor, probeer and stage manager. His "Stage Whispers" talk covers every facet of the theatrical world and keeps his audiences busy laughing. Kennedy feels he appeals to men and women alike because he gets away from the serious phases of th< world today and acts as a tonic to those who tired of peeking behind the "iron curtain," or wh. feel they could scream the next time some oni asks "can tht United Nations unite'.'" He averages a laugh a minute. Kennedy's talk will start at 8:15 p.m. and d ira of the auditorium will open at 7:30. Ticket! will be available to the public at the door. PAGE THIRTEEN Workers Alliance Pionwr Woinn Join For Party Jewish National Worker's Alliance and the Pioneer Women for Palestine will celebrate New Year's eve at the Hygrade Dairyrestaurant, 731 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Samuel Haiduck and Co. will furnish the music. Mrs. Mania Shubow is to :ead "Sholem Aleichem" and Cantor Reibelt Chernovitz will deliver several vocal selections. Leibiah Goldberg from Lakewood, N. J., will give a humorous dissertation. Remaining tickets may be purchased at $5 00. Reservations are to be made at the restaurant or by calling J. p. Tarr, 58-8441. oqili .£&vUGUST BROS hy F l il,,. tT' ts thvBf.ST Ten qualifiers in Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith annual winter tennis tournament pause to greet cameraman at Henderson Park scene of the contest last week. In photo standing (left to right) are: Hy Kaplan Mil ton A. F. Friedman. Arthur Rabe. Leonard Egert. Jerome Freehling. Davd Frank, Harry Rabe. Front row (left to right) are: Perry Botwin. Ed Klein. Sol Rovin. Botwin sports chairman, went on to win the singles shortly after the above photo was taken. LEGAL NOTICE N TICE NAI", ~ !" T7T7OU"S ~ ^'ffi£3T !" ^VKN that '• '•'•;n.la. ,„„,| S ,„ ,,. KlH ,,.,. SAVOY CAPIiviNOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS eslrlng to engage %  ; B. W 6th Street, Miami, for%  ., Klor Mid name roult Court ••' iMar Cou ty, Florida WILLIAM WEISS SAM SILVER, Mt ""'"•• r Attorney for Applicant. • 12/5-12-19-26. I iivellins (Chicago < lub Unveiling i a memorial to the[wAHT in..,,'.. %ee • memory of Mrs. Augusta Stone wiJl take place Sunday at 3 p.m. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS K. „. NAME LAW NOTICE |a HEREBY OIVEN mat : sne' I "ICE IK HEREUi OIVEN ihat %  %  LLENK TRAD1M! ST Street Mil nania with the tlerk of thi lit 'ourt ,i PI ii Ida. KITH MILLER '. ., Kl\t lit t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN the .: M A> GRl "': ::1 II II.', N W ten U t" • %  .. C in i.i Dade i ALBERT P SHANNON I'etll MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN ner. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE C1RCI i 'P THE IAL C1RCI IT IN AM' OL'NTl Kl.i'lUDA. IN CHANCERY, No. US KATHRYN MUELLER PI V\ II.I.1A.M ML'ELLER, iRIUA: ro W ILLIAM MUELLER, .. v'an Ni -AVI u Kutlii New •: "> 1 pi ai I %  thi Bl n the above-Hi)led c.:.. %  i.'i'i lay Ihe i laid Bill ol i\>in oonfeseed itlvi weeki in JEWISH i •:• %  %  • %  N "• %  '•" r'lor ay K ii. I.I: A HERMAN, ,, "Ir.'i, Courl B By Wii. W BTOCKUJU, ueput) Clerk SAM SILVER i ti : l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Kr-a M.II.T BUfO.va A PRIBUMAN Ai'torncy fir Auplieant NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP iv GIVEN na. MORRIS HELMAN hav. 1941 ^i'.,' i HI -' ol Mid partn, nd llaWlltle. ol iid parti ,., .... DAT. :.,. E MORRIS HELLER NAT FKIEUMAN i.i., i 8HBHNER %  V a-lflC Bid*. Miami. Florida LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW th < .! T i C K IS "ERBBY UIVEN that the undi-rslani-d. dealrlnc t" tngiiaa in bualnew under the ftetftloi. namj ", Keilya Drive in at linn N, w i* Jcune Road, Miami. Florida, Intend* lo i'Ki.-ti;r said name with the Clerk Plorlto 1Jadc ( ount >| PRANK .:. s,„,,.Mi^ U ,,sl NU Attorney for Petitioner bold Building 12/1S-26 1/2-9-16 8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgnad. deslrlna to encaaa in busjneaa under the fictltloui name ol Club 79 at 766 K. ZSth Streat, Hlaleah Florida, Intend! to register said name • %  •nil the Clerk of the Circuit court oi uade county. Florida SAM II. KKCSS Sole Owner PRANK E. SOLOMON nes for Petitioner 606 Seybold Building .:. 1/2-S-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m bU8lnea8 under the flctltloua name ol it 27 N.E. lt Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend! to register said nami with ih,Clerk of the Circuit Conn ,,f Dade Count] Florida, MEYER FINK. INC. PRANK K. SOLOMON Pi tlttoner • Sej !,..li| liuikling %  1 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN mat the undersigned, dealrli i to enga^a in idei ih< flctltlOU! name ol A ,v ii I'luinblng Contractor! at ll-i Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach, Ma., intend to register laid name wan thi Cli rk of ih>Circuit Court of IWIIB • Pioi Ida. NATHAN OORELdCK l'A\ID AL'UL'STL'S BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Petitioner! 112 Congress iiidg. 12 19-26 1 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undarilgned, dealiing to engage ir the fictitious nama of Robert !. (not Inc.) at IV 62nd Strc et, Miami, Fla. into register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Uado Count;., Florida. Ml IRRI8 FR1EDBUHU. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 12 12-19-26 i :-;• ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A.M> FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 113568. .e Plaintiff, v. Ii i.. sti Defendant. TO: IRVINO STEIN, 11 Mldwood Street, B klyn, NewYork You are hereby ordered to file your inswer to the bill of iiu (or divorce flle.i against you %  %  SYDELL STEIN on or before the seventeenth day of January. 1918. rise tile allegation! of said bin will be taken as confessed against % %  u DONE AND ORDERED this seventeenth day ol December, A.D. 1947. K. B. LEATHEKMAN, Clerk "( Circuit Court, lit O I Si By M. C, I;KI:I..V Deputy Clerk. ;i: J. TALIANOFF %  Plaintiff %  :• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago In DU | r the flrtittous name FLORIDA FURNITURE OO.MPANY, INC., at 181 N. B, loth Street, Miami. Florida, Intend! to register with the Clerk of the Llr.1 i lade County. Florida. X DISTR ^A^Y. M j.. 12 -.-12-19-26. vs. DeORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMfc ELEVENTH .11 I'H'IAI. CIBCUIT. IN \.\ 11 i-i IR DADE i H -M >. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, NO. •I. iiP.M.i'i'K. Plaintiff, HELEN MARIE DRALUCK, int. ro Mrs H.-i.-n Marie Draluck • New Street (jiai boi o, New Jersey yi.l ARE HEREBY REgt'IKl-U> to ., \. oe iiance In the above ii ., tion "ii "I before January 8, •i a iae a l'" iee Pro c.nresso nrllt 1 against you m accordance With the laws oi the Mate OI iTED thi! l"th day of December. \ 11 E Ii. LEATHEKMAN, of the Circuit court. "''""' c "" 11 HV"M C UKKNM. Deputy Clerk. ILFRED KRBIBLER Mtornej for Plaintiff loot Pan American Hank BaiMing : Florida U 12-W-86 > NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICE IS 1IEKEBY HIV1-N that • h'e undersigned, desiring to ,-ngagi' .' ,,„-,,.under the fictitious name u VYS RADIO,* ELgCTRON, i Not Inc.), at 1461 8. W. 6th Si Mis nl, Florida. Intend! to regwith the Clerkof tfie vV^i'^n'ri-MArr11 2X, I2/S-19-M-M. NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE 18 OT^EBY GIV1BN that th? undersigned, desiring to engage %  the •>'? %  "•"?.' EMINOLE OROCERY, at 434 E. '.tTvenue Hlaleah, ngK^gBfi i register sad name with the tier" J,'; SaSraSl Court of Dade County. Florida. S|MQN UKO sa, Sole Owner. ti/xa. wi-ii-w-M



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PAGE SIXTEEN >JmistfhrldHar) >AY^ECEMB5nP I RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third are. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "The Season of Good Will—Fact or Farce." Services will be dedicated to the students of Gainesville who will conduct the response. A reception in the auditorium immediately follows the service. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marx will be Bar Mitzvah a! 9:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah breakfast club at 8:30 Sunday for all boys and girls 13 and over. Miami Beach Jewish Community, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night service at 8:15 p.m. Annual homecoming service dedicated to the college youth of the community. Theme "for discussion is "Pioneering Youth." Participating will be Aviva Shedroff of Miami University and Richard Stone of Harvard. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on the subject "Be Counted." Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Bar Mitzvah of Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thorrens. and of Robert Manley. son uf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf, will take place. AZA-BBG youth service breakfast Sunday n rning at 9 a.m. Sunday religious school at 10 a.m. Hebrew scho 1 Monday through Thursday 9 to VI noon because of the holiday from public school Pre-Kindergarten school, Monday through Friday mornings 9 till noun. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak <>n "The Lost Gene: ation of Youth—Myth of Fact?" In honor of Hillel Sabbath the Oneg Shahbat which follows the service will be dedicated to the University students who live at home and those v. ho have come for brief vacations. Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Richard Charles Adler will be Bar Mitzvah. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. for children from the ages of 4V4 to 14 l 2 High School of Jewish Studies, Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. for young people 15 years of age and over. Hebrew classes, for Doys and girls ages 7>2 to 13. During the course of the public school holidays to January 5, all Hebrew classes will be held weekday mornings instead of afternoons. Nursery school, daily weekday mornings for children 2'2 to 5. Nursery school classes will be held regularly during the holiday. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th it. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 8:15 p.m. In honor of his birthday. Dr. Kaplan will speak on the subject "Religion and Life" A reception in honor of Dr. Kaplan will follow the services tendered by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of the Sisterhood will present a birthday gift. Rabbi Zwitman has arranged a surprise presentation in behalf of the religious school. Mrs. Kaplan is to open the birthday festivities with a blessing over the Sabbath lights. Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Rabbi Raab has dedicated the evening to a youth Sabbath service. Boys and girls of last Mar's confirmation classes will conduct the service. Jules Silverman of the Confirmation class will give a brief message. Guest of Die evening. Judge Dorr Davis of Broward County Juvenile Court, will speak on the subject "In Youth Lies Our Future." A reception follows tendered by the Sisterhood. 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 subject "Our Greeting of the Season." Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kravitz will be hosts to the Oneg Shabbat following the service^ Saturday morning service at in am followed by an Oneg Shahbat for which Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan are hosts. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Mosei Mescheloff: Cantor LouU J. Feder. Sabbath eve services for children at 4:30 p.m. Adult service at 5 p.m. Late Friday night Forum at 8:30 p.m. Guest speakers will be Martin Gallowitz. Sidney Adler. and Dick Gerstein. students at the University of Miami, speaking on the subject "Jewish College Youth" in observance of B'nai B'rith Hillel sabbath. Rabbi Mescheloff will serve as moderator. Early Sabbath service at 6:30 a.m. Regular Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak on the subject "No Egyptian burial.' Intermediate services for teen age youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision of the Board of Education. Junior Congregation for children of elementary school age at 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 Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school from 10 till noon. Daily Hebrew school 9 to 12 noon during the public school holiday. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday night services at 5:15. Saturday morning first minyan at 7 a.m. Second at 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on the subject "How To Be Kind." A class on the biblical portion of the week at 3 p.m. Mincha at 4 p.m. followed by shalos seudos and a program of zmiros. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on the Sedra of the week. Daily morning services LEO i:isi:\sTi:a\ • Re*du* Will Give Prompt Peronal Attention to All Your M i !" 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EDITORIAL 1947 AND 1948 At this time, when the calendar indicates a new year, it is proper to look back upon the year just ending and look forward to the one which is just commencing. We Jews have acquired the habit of making this inventory twice during the year, on Rosh Hashonah, the Jewish New Year, and at the end of December when a new secular twelve-month cycle is about to begin. In international affairs 1947 was marked by a growing rivalry and dissession between the Soviet Union and the Western Powers. Yet this dark cloud of disagreement and outright hostility contained a silver lining—the agreement of Russia and the United States upon the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. For us Jews the most important day in 1947 was, of course, November 29, when the United Nations General Assembly finally decided to set up a Jewish state in a partitioned Palestine. It was the happiest day for Jewry in many, many years, the most joyous, perhaps, since November 2, 1917, when the Balfour Declaration was issued by the British Government. That our joy is being marred by bloody Arab-Jewish warfare does not deprive the event of its great significance in Jewish history. It is only an indication of the birthpangs of Jewish statehood. The year 1948, we can confidently expect, will bring the birth of the Jewish state, will, perhaps, end the homelessness of the displaced Jews of Europe and will add dignity and selfrespect to American Jewry. But during 1948, too, American Jewry will be called upon to carry out a tremendous task-to raise the UJA S250,000,000 quota which will make possible the functioning of the Jewish state, the rehabilitation of the displaced and homeless and the enhancement of Jewish dignity and self-respect the world over. Upon the shoulders of the five-and-a-half million American Jews, therefore, rests the decision as to whether Jewry will win through in 1948, win through in Palestine against temporarily hostile neighbors and in Europe against despair and hopelessness. If we but will it, we American Jews can make certain that 1948 shall truly become the year of Jewish redemption. DISTURBER OF THE PEACE PARTITION 1 onni \r The Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America, communicated with its 322 clubs in 35 states in the United States and Canada calling upon them to hold victory rallies in their respective communities in celebration of the United Nation's vote to establish a Jewish State in Palestine, "the greatest event in two thousand years of Jewish history." Hailing the decision to establish a Jewish State in Palestine as a concrete evidence of the constructive power of the United Nations the executive committee of the Rabbinical Council of America, gave expression to its hope that the Arabs will soon recognize the hand of friendship that is extended to them by their Jewish neighbors and will not succumb to the instigation of the irresponsible elements in their midst by rejecting it. COLLEGE QVOTAS The report of the President's Commit Higher Education which urges the prom i D tion of the selective quota system in A P ^ colleges and universities—a system wkTh^ based mainly on racial distinctions and marily directed against Negroes and kv,!l*\ be heartening to all who believe that sorneth' should be done to put into practice Am principles of democracy and equality i n ^T^ of higher education. ar8a Rightly the President's commisssion statthat the quota system is inconsistent with the ba American belief that intelligence and ability present in all ethnic groups and declares it to^ based on the European idea of nationality dk tinctions. Instead of attempting to solidify ft various ethnic groups which make up the W icon nation, the quota system in American in' stitutions of higher learning tends to divide them the report correctly points out. It urges that Amer icon higher education be made access bit to all Americans, without regard to race, creed, sex o national origin. We wonder whether the report of the President's commission will lead to a change of heart on the part of those in control of many American colleges and universities which are still maintaining the pernicious quota system. It is generally agreed by all persons of good will, both in and outside the country, that there is altogether too much racial prejudice in American life at this moment and that this racial prejudice at home does not serve American interests abroad. If a start is to be made in eliminating ths prejudice surely it is not illogical to expect that it ought to be made in those circles which claim to represent American intelligence and American ideals at their highest and best—the colleges and universities. Surely we have a right to demand that leaders of American education who are called upon to teach and direct other Americans by their example show what equality of opportunity in American life ought really to mean. The President's commission deserves the gratitude of all who would like to see American democracy maintained and preserved. Palestine Violence Mounts Death Toll (Continued from Pase l) forces, it is felt that the decision as to whether there will be continued bloodshed depends on the following three factors: 1. Speedy and resolute U.N. action 2 The Haganah coming out into the open and aequiring heavy armor. 3. King Abdullah's inclination to accept partition. Fulfillment of any one of these three conditions will lessen the possibility of warfare, while attainment of the first two will automatically result in the third. The point that is stressed is that the stronger the Haganah. and the less its activities are hampered, the less the possibility ol violent conflict. Jewish sources cite the fact that the mere appearance of Haganah planes over the Negev in the last few days has discouraged the Bedouins against making further attacks on Jewish colonies. However, even arming of the Haganah, they admit, will not completely obviate the possibility of clashes, since the Mufti and other extremists will try by all means—including supplying money and manpower—to make the Palestine Arabs rise. Meanwhile, Arab workers are slowly returning to work in Jewish-owned enterprises and the country's economic life is gradually returning to normal. Many observers believe that the Arabs will continue to resume their every-day life until the Mufti gives the signal for a fresh uprising. Commenting on the Arab League's recent meeting in Cairo, informed circles stress the Mufti's failure to obtain from that body a clearcut statement of support for his policies. Greater Miami Vaad Instructs Public The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, community wide kashruth association in the Greater Miami and Miami Beach area, and a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has issued a bulletin of rules and regulations for the information and guidance of the commun.ty. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth has affiliated with it the following synagogues: Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami; Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Miami; Congregation Beth Tfilah, Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky, Miami Beach; Temple Beth Sholem, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach. The kashruth association now administers supervision to 17 butcher and poultry establishments located in Miami Beach, as well as the Greater Miami area. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director of activities of the Greatei Miami Vaad Hakashruth, issued the following information regarding certain matters relative to kashruth: 1. In conformity with the kashruth law, meat is not to be eaten unless the blood has first been drawn therefrom in accordance with a specific procedure 2. This procedure requires that any meat substance which contains blood must have its surface washed. The meat must then be soaked for a half-hour and then salted properly on all sides foi one hour. The meat is then washed of its salt which has chemically drawn the blood from its veins and the meat is then ready for use. It may then be boiled, roasted, fried, or ground and made fit for kosher use. 3. Caution, however, must be employed in the case of the grinding of meat. Meat becomes non-kosher if ground before it is properly salted because in the grinding of meat, the solid meat substance mixes with the blood, and salt is then powerless to draw the blood. 4. It is recognized that some people demand such meat from the butcher. The butcher, therefore, is under obligation to have two grinding machines—one for kosher-made meat, and the other for non-kosher-made meat. It is the purpose of the Vaad Hakashruth to call to the attention of the public the fact that nonkosher-made meat, when ground, becomes trafe and must, therefore, not be purchased. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth officers are: Harry Sirkin, president; A. M. Bear, vice-president; H. Sootin, secretary and S. Lobel, treasurer. •I ml a is III Council Charges Viinicv NEW YORK. (JTA)-In a wire to U.N. Secretary-General Ti vgve I.e. the American Council' for Judaism has asked that the United Nations make clear to the Jewish Agency that it does not speak for all the Jews of the world. The Council, taking cognizance of the Agency's recent request that it be heard by the Securitv Council as representing the interests of the Jewish community m Palestine and Jews throughout the world, stated that "our sole representative before anv agency of the United Nations is the duly constituted representatives of the U.S. Government Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority is Siring a parry or 30 4$^ of thf Kwd.ll hom, of Miami Hebrew Tear tiers I :ie 1 Officers Agudath Hamorim Hoivrim, the Hebrew Teachers Federation of Greater Miami will hold a special meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman, 1030 Washington ave Miami Beach (rear). Election of officers will take place. Discussion on teaching methods will be led by Mr. Friedman. W. C. Hospital to Receive New Year's Eve Proceeds Workmen Circle, Vladeck branch, 699. of Miami, and their women's club, will celebrate NewYear's eve at their lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd st. All proceeds of the evening will go towards the W C. hospital in Palestine. Dinner begins at 10 p.m. Music, dancing and singing are also anticipated by the members. Cantata Rehearsals Start Rehearsals for a dramatic cantata, to be presented by Junior rladaasah and Masada to most of the Zionist organizations for Chmisha Osar B'shvat, will begin this Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Miss Jeanette Tupler, director. All young men and women between 18 and 30 are invited to attend this organizational meeting at 1035 14th st.. Miami Beach, whether a member of the sponsoring organizations or not. Spinoza Fa rum "Palestine Today and Tomorrow" will be the topic of discussion tomorrow of the Spinoza Forum at 3 p.m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give a description of the Holy Land and its oe>ple under the canopy on his ld\vn, 124 11th St.. Miami Beach. Professor Ralph Whelan, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Mrs Fdwin Niman of Forest Hills. N. V and Mrs. Byrdie Zahler of Columbia. S. C. will lead the discussion Hebrew Group Speakers Discuss Palestine Issue Histadruth L'tarbuth Ivrith celebrated the establishment of the Jewish commonwealth this •vcek with an affair held on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff of 1330 S.W. 9th st Discussions of Palestine and the duties of American Jewry were led by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Dr. M. A. Lipkind, A. P Gannes. I. Goldberg and A Mukdoni. J. Z. Stadlan, president of the group, officiated. Pupils of the Religious School of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center whose birthdays occur this month will be honored on "Birthday Sunday" December 28th: Nelson Briefer. Leon Chira, Winifred Feingold, Mielte Korda, Dabby Slater, Karen „ ? rin M r lyn Sorin. The "Birthday" mothers will ••rva luncheon to the whole school after classes r over Jewish ncridHan Published every Friday ;"" "f by The Jewleh Floridian at I2u n. t Sixth Street, Miami 18. Fiona*. Entered at second-clast matter Juiy_•• 1930. t the Poet Office of .Viaro. Fie., under the Act of March 3. IW The Jewleh Flor.d.an *" "' C "JS the Jewish Unity end the •""• ,n Weekly. Member of the Jewish i' graphic Aflency, Seven Art. Feat" !" Syndicate. Worldwide New. Ser.ici National Editorial A.tocTat on. rn" can Aeaociation of Br.9 lh Jewii" Newepapere. Florida Preii Aiiociaii.* SUBSCRIPTION "ATES_ One Year M Two Years 5 w FRED K. SHOC.HFT Editor and PubNaher Telephone. 2-1 MT -2^12 OFFICE and PI^T 120 N. E. Sixth Steel Volume 20~ Number 51 TEBETII 13, 5708 Friday, December 26, W>