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The Jewish Floridian ( January 2, 1948 )

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-jeHistrkriiisr FRIDAY. JANUARY 2 1943 FAGFTWO federations H Welfare FundiCouncil Leonard Abess At To Meet In Chicago January 24 To 26 JDA Conference fch F< .-.• the Re al ShreK -' OMftiBQw** at OMC 5----rtSc %  --•. r C3C iicw '.: • -• ~ %  ... JWB Annopncos 1 ro Section %  ed the %  • H %  1 %  %  • %  -' %  %  Miss Frackman Entertains Alumnae Alpha Epsilon Phi aiumnae held its annual holiday luncheon Saturday at the Sea ble hotel, Miami Beach. Mi| man was hostess. Feature of the a: n tertainment were sever,, ano selections by Miss Ruth sky and a short review n topher Biake"^ by M: en. Rabbi Jo*ph E. Rackovskv 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 .' %  %  • %  • • V • HAROLD'S, INC llnirdrvssvr* -39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH mnm i %  a*a 1 i AAO E. LAS OL-AS S-.Z FT. LAUDER:I.L YOU WON'T STOP LAUGHING! • F ^ _. ; .. Hfnrnkr. Skoisii : %  BANNER RECORDS MOMMM 0 r*m • -t S cfc w ura tsga&Mi Sai ma Si -. _• I K • Mrai fc*a %  SEMINOLE %  VM RflHDi m m EGINS f 194* will hm bf ott mi y kiwi % 



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)AY. JANUARY 2. 1948 +Jewish noridi&n PAGE THREE Irs. Myers Presides At Council Tea Bfational Council of Jewish Women. Miami section, will hold their annual membership tea on Wednesday, January 7, at 1:30 p.m., at the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Stanley C. •Ifyers presiding. ^phis tea will pay honor to Mrs. Monte Selig, who has recently returned from a tour of inspection of DP camps in Europe and a yiait in Palestine. Mrs. Selig as guest speaker Will report on her observations overseas. It will also honor all members. new and prospective, at part of Council's membership expansion program, of which Mrs. Elry Stone iB chairman, and Mis. Edward L. Cowen, co-chairman. Mrs. David Catsman, program chairman, has secured for the musical program. Dr. Paul Beck, operatic tenor who will be accompanied by Mme. Olga Bibor 8tern. Mme. Stern will also play gypsy music. H*he entire program is being dedicated to Council's overseas projects. Among the various projects sponsored, are two homes for girls, one in Paris and one in Athens, Greece; several orphanages, and a scholarship program, which today enables fifteen qualified European w imen to study in American universities. Mrs. Alex Libow, chairman of SOS, is requesting that all who attend bring a gift of games, books, or small items of clothing for children between the ages of 11 and 15, as part of the Ship A 15. .-• for war orphans. Committee members and hostesses for the afternoon will be: Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. Ben BronMrs. Emil Gould, Mrs. JEWS IN SPORTS Hank Greenberg finally has undergone an operation to remove the bone chips in his right elbow and according to his doctor is coming along splendidly. The fact that Hank, at 37, went under the knife indicates that he intends to prolong his baseball career. He has always wanted to finish his playing days in New York City and may sign with the New York Yankees. On the other hand, he has always been a great admirer of Joe McCarthy and would relish playing under the irish manager for Boston. The Boston Red Sox left field fence is short enough to offer an attractive target for Hank's booming bat and Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey is one solon who doesn't argue about a buck. If McCarthy wants Hank to play first base for him Yawkey will shell out the dough. • • • Moe Becker, former Duqucsne University basketball flash, who played with the Philadelphia Sphas and sundry teams in the B.A.A. League as well as in the now defunct Basketball League of America, is returning to his alma mater as assistant coach to the famous Chick Davies. Davies has long sought an ideal assistant to relieve him of the numerous details involved in coaching a large squad. He feels that Becker is of the best qualified of his recen! graduates to take over the post In addition to helping with the coaching of the Dukes Moe will continue playing pro ball with the Altoona Edwards, a fast club sponsored by a Pittsburgh suit and cloak merchant. •ludaoanK > %  <*< In Birmingham Southern Judaeans from eight states gathered in Birmingham, Ala. last week end to take part in the Region's first winter conclave in many years. Lectures of the three-day program included an address by Abe Berkowitz, chairman of the Regional Youth commission and immediate past president of the Southeastern ZOA Region; the organizational meeting of the Regional Youth Judaean Leaders' Council headed by Mrs. George Shendleman of Memphis. Tenn.: an oratorical contest on the subject: "A Young Zionist Views the Action taken by the United Nations on Palestine;" and a talk by Herman Popkin, Atlanta, Youth Director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Henry Wolff, Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrs. Albert Green and Mrs. Joseph Gleicher. mLEYoO' •MUSH* igW^Uw; ROKEACH ", f o K / ROKEACH KOSHER [Products at your Local Delicatessen Flagler Kennel Club Opens 1948 Season On Monday Night All is ready for the big official opening at West Flagler Kennel club, Florida's No. 1 greyhound racing track, Jan. 5. The racing plant has been repainted and dressed up, while the racing strip has been resurfaced and many records are sure to lall when the cream of the nation's Dirby stars start scampering over the track. Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice-president and general manager, predict a banner year for the picturesque Flagler oval. More than 10 000 witnessed Flagler's opening last year, while this mark is expected to fall Jan. 5. Indications are that more than a half million will see dog racing at the Flagler oval during the coming meeting. Such famous raving dogs as Carmen Mc, winner of the Raynham Derby; Dry Lake, winner of the National Championship Stakes at Revere Beach, Mass.: Beachcomber, winner of the Portland Derby; and My Topsy, winner of the Butte, Montana, Derby, will run at Flagler this year. In all there are more than 600 dogs registered at Flagler for the coming meeting. West Flagler again this year will present many exclusive features. Flagler will have the famous all-glass starting box, w here he dogs are visible to the fans at all times; the track will time greyhounds to one-tenth ol a second; while Flagler will again have the electric describer board which calls the greyhounds at the various positions on the tracK. Red Cross Goal Set At $321,000 H. H. Hyman, chairman of the Dade county chapter, American Red Cross, announced Saturday that the goal to be reached in the 1948 Fund Campaign during March is $321,000 —a sum not much greater than the amount spent in Dade counnty during the past three and a half months for the single service of Disaster Relief. Of this amount approximately $242,000 or 75^ will remain in Dade county to carry on local programs. The 1948 quota represents an increase over the 1947 goal of $20,000. Reporting on expenditures for disaster rahabilitation and relief as a result of two hurricanes and the floods in Dade county this year, Hyman said, "Red Cross has spent over $255,000 thus far for actual reliief work. Before the job is finished, the figure may be more than the 1948 fund quota, since there are 243 disaster cases stilil pending. Although disaster relief has played a leading role in the Red Cross. l^t 7v)GUST BROS Rv t *" IS the bESTt GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hiv your roof repaired now; you will MVI on a new roof later "Satie'actor> Work By Experienced Men" 414 t. W. 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-BMO you are in need of ifrher Zidm Products Call This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami 'lorida Provision Co., Inc. Op?rated by PEARL BROS. Distributors Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 m N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 I Estimates Cheerfully Given IM:\ v i ;it SOCIAL AT HOI I Oil I ft A social and meeting of the Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held at the Wofford hotel, Miami Beach, Tuesday at 1 p.m. Cards and Mah Jongg are planned after the short business session. Members that have filled their quotas for ads for the Journal will be given their free donor luncheon tickets, according to President Mrs. Samuel M. Kirstein. Mrs. Herman Wronker, meetings chairman, will be in charge of the afternoon. SUNRMPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES aa i.w JO— COURT -ELORIDAj It's a Matter of Good Taste! Dine at N. E. 2nd Ave. at 4th St. For Reservations Ph. 3-1872 Under the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan Open Daily 8 A.M. to 3 A.M. IN PERSON IM\\I\(.I:I. MASTER MENTAL TELEPATHIST AND MAGICIAN Praised by Walter Winchell. King George, late Thos. Edison. President Roosevelt, etc. OFFERS SI 0.000 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. APPEARING UNDER AUSPICES OF MIAMI WOMEN'S CHAPTER B'NAI B'RITH MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM BAYFRONT PARK 320 N.E. 5th St. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th. 1948 — 8:30 P.M. Tickets $1.50 — 2.00 — 2.50 plus fed. tax TICKETS FOR SALE AT EIGHT PLACES Burdine's, 22 E. Flagler St.; Byron's Red Cross Drug, 51 E. Flagler St.; Hartley's, Inc., 144 E. Flagler St.: Jahn The Magic Man, 300 E. Flagler St.; Morris Bros., 1261 Washington Ave.; Saks Fifth Ave., 701 Lincoln Road; Bookworm. 214 Valencia Ave.. Coral Gables; Liorene Fruit Shippers. 2024 Collins Ave. Miami Management—Ruth Brotman tfiitHimi | TOUBY I PAINTING CORP. 35000 LICENSES ANDINSURED COMTRA<.TOR$ 669 N.W.6*SttmmL. | J MIAMI 36. FLORIDA



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PAGE FOUR >k„istncrkltei" FRIDAY, JANUARY 2. EDITORIAL TIIH HOMELESS Recenth al the annual convention oi the FflAS Council in New York Samuel A Telse] president oi the organiiat.on pointing oul thai Palestine during the next few yean will not be able to absorb all oi the displaced lews who will need to emigrate called upon the nationi oi the world tc i rnmediats entrj oi lewish refugees Since immigration into Palestine must in the rove and not all who will be sagei j knocking al the doo* oi the lee *h itate can with the best will in the world be ad.. nusl be kxrgsi fa I declared the bead .-: the Hebrew Sheltering and \ d Soc sty utwi lens n the United Stc nake everj effort to gel Congress tc pan the Stratton bill toi l \e admission oi 40C DOC n gees o i • or %  dui g a 4-yeai period I i bill w ad le adorsement of a large numbei oi prom neni \mej car -..soc al rel cious and edu, rai c s .ran Federa on c Labc C.I.O f en -' .. ....' a* bee pcssoge .-; %  ,\.-. ...•. %  ora\ Xew Lel Jews oi the World YESIUYAS tBt 1 #f it,< y The announcement that the Yeshiva UIL ty in New York, under the aegis of Dr. S^?*] Belkin, was expanding its building facihUes order to meet the rising admission application. !l students will be greeted with satisfact.on through out all Jewish communities in the United State The tragedy of Europe's Jews has. ntcessaril" diverted the attention of American Jewry from I' own problems. While we were asked, end fauM :o contribute toward the maintenance and habilitation of the Jewish survivors abroad, it Wai but natural for us to neglect the specific problem, facing American Jewry. The sad status of Jewish education in America is only too well known to all of us. Therefore, it is glad news to hear that a Jewish institution of learning is expanding its facilities re meet en fed enrollments. War I when conditions in the world were vastly different from what they are today. According to those quota laws, immiqrants from those countries where the need for emigration is res: urqent, are limited to a trickle, while those nal -s where the r.eeci for emigration is not greet have lares --.::"::.-. quotas which remain unfilled This .5 a crying injustice which Congress should bs called upon to correct JDC Meeting Climaxes 33 Years Service -• %  %  • • %  :~.-t-. %  %  %  .. %  %  i %  %  %  • LOUB SBOCHET %  -r.ee: -The jew-ja Fiancban CaDed to His Etemdl Ross on revETH 2S6 sesa-iANtuure i6tn. 193s f 3c foe in UtakU UU immm Btfund 5J I* iuu, 9wwn IJ Traffic Curtailed By Arab Bands %  %  "%  Jewish Agency Halts Immigration re%  ** Meek* %  Iwirfliiil— r .. %  *••.•* r*r, r-:• ,r*. E :• "•• _.tf Fiiei'' %  "•-,. i • St-*t W.m % % %  : % rr-c x, n,e ciaa> -:% % %  Mo. is :. for. "V. r. ..-.a*!V .-t oMt %  S TI JWIM rto^e %  '• %  **T!3 ••• J f i— J Umttg m— "• *V m *wi **msa* rMM '"r.,,*, •-•!.** e.nc. •' "#. S-nai {a ta Mi>0 •'-' *:_-.. *> • .: E a T-ai .•. % %  %  A ^f t^r *aa a itia •* E '"'lit* i. &C "' 0" A £ On* v M -•• Vaa- FRED I SBCOffT j.]j4;_:-ll O r r K Jl. and PLANT WKL Sbrth Strsst a^fci. •*•>' ntlDAT JANUARY 1 **



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%  DAY. JANUARY 2, 1.948 ^knisti fkridtain PAGE FIVE ra Rose Schwartz Weds r. Soin men At Robert Riehter Now returning from their wedding trip to Nassau, tire Mr. Htl Mrs. Norman Edwin Sommers, two Duke University sentits whose double ring ceremony took place against a floral %  king in the Robert Riehter hotel, December 23. Rabbi Max fcnapiro performed the ritual assisteed by Cantor Maurice Mrs. Norman Som,tners Munches. The former Miss Sara Rose Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Meyer Schwartz of 2200 Brickell ave.. and Mr. Sommers. son of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Sommers, Paterson, N.J., are to reside in Durham, N.C.. while finishing their studies. They contemplate making their home in Miami following graduation in June. Mrs. George Bernstein was matron of honor, and Miss Barbiri. Sachs of New York City, maid of honor, for Mrs. Summers. She was also attended by Miss Shirley Finkelstein, Wilmington, N.C.; Miss Cecile Sommers, Paterson, N.J.; Miss Barbara Brady, New York City; and SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Removed by Multiple Electric Naadlea and Radio Matic. The only ^pand permanent methods. France* A H N Mrs. Howard K. Schwartz, Mrs. Julian Weinkle, and Miss Miriam Scheinberg, all of Miami. Milton Schwartz, Brooklyn, N. Y., served as his nephew's best man. Ushers included Charles Berman, Mount Vernon, N.Y.; Albert Levine, Wilmington, N.C.; Norman Galinkin, Toms River. N.J.; and Howard K. Schwartz, Julian H. Weinkle, Elmer Oliphant Jerome S. Frankel and George Bernstein, all of Miami. Mrs. Ann Pastroff, pianist, and Miss Irene Patty, vocalist, supplied the musical background prior to and during the ceremony. Mrs. Marshall Kline of Charlotte, N.C., cousin of the bride, took charge of the guest book. A receptiion and dinner for s took place in the Neptune IJUIU of the hotel at the conclusion of the marriage rites. A native Miamian, the bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High. She is now majoring in political science at Duke university where she is a past president of Alpha Epsilon Phi and a member of the Hillel foundation. Mrs. Sommers has been a prominent figure in B'nai B'rith Girls as past president of the national organization and the first president of Fifth District. She was also active many years ago as president of the local BZB chapter. The Miamian is currently engaged as councillor for the national office. Mr. Sommers attended schools in Paterson and is now studying chemistry at Duke where he is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. During the war he served 45 months in the army, 16 with the 42d Rainbow Division in the European Theater. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included: Mr. and Mrs. Hal Home, New York City; Mrs. Frank Schuster, Laurelton, Long island; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwartz, Newport News, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Mr. Herbert Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz, all of Charlotte, N.C.: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schwartz, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. William Shenker. Fairlawn, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. David Steinberg, Forest Hills, N.Y.; Miss June Vigodsky, Newberry, S.C.; Mrs. Louis Schreiher and Dr. Walter Schreiber, Mrs. Rose Dubey and Mr. Joseph Dubey, all of Brooklyn. Henry Forer Entertains Cousins Henry Forer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer of 1610 S.W. 20th st., entertained at his home Tuesday with a buffet supper and party for his many cousins visiting Miami over the holidays. Among those present were David and Paul Walsk of Freeport, L. I., and Ruth and Robert Zeitlin of Peekskill, L. I. They are staying with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walsk. Mrs. Bessie Zeitlin, and a grandfather, Morris Walsk, at the Netherlands hotel. Also attending the party was Linda Lieberman of Forest Hills who with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lieberman, is visiting her gi and pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lieberman of Miami Beach.. Morton Tritt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tritt of Miami Beach, who is home from Riverside Military Academy, and Norma and Marianne Kanter of Passaic. N. J., spending the winter with their mother, Mrs. Jane Kanter, in Surfside, were also present. Gordon Gerson; son of Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson of Coral Gables, brought another cousin, his house guest Stephen Engel of Brooklyn. According to Mrs. Forer, all the cousins are approximately the same age .and this has been first time that they were all together at once. Albin-Pardo Marriage Vows Exchanged At Rlaekstone Sunday Miss Doris Albin and Joseph Pardo exchanged vows December 20 in the Blackstone hotel under a canopy decorated with huckleberry and white flowers against a background of candlelight, white gladioli and white asters. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer officiated at the ceremony whiich was folI rving Kushmans Depart For Latin America Honeymoon A candlelight service against an altar banked with palms, ferns, white gladiolas and white chrysanthemums, united Miss Doris C. Malmud and Irving A. Kushman in the Neptune Room of the Robert Riehter hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman performed the early evening ceremony, Wednesday, December 4. Reception and dinner for all guests followed the wedding. Miss Aniita Malmud and Mrs. Herbert S. Joseph were maid of honor and matron of honor, respectively, for their sister. The groom chose his brotherin-law, Sidney Komar of Redbamk, N.J., as his best man. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Malmud of 463 S.W. 28th Rd.. the bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High. She was graduated from the University of Miami summa cum laude. Mrs. Kushman was associated with the American embassy in Mexico City for a year and a half and more recently engaged in Latin American research in New York City. Mr. Kushman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushman, of Brooklyn. He studied at Union College and Harvard Law School and now practices law in New York City. Following their honeymoon trip through Montego Bay, Kingston, Jamaica, Havana and other points of interest in Cuba, the couple will stop in Miami for a short while before traveling to Great Neck, L.I., where they are to reside. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Komar from Red Bank; Mrs. Joseph Pintoff, Watertown, Conn., Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Covey, Great Neck; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levine, Long Beach, L.I.; Mr. Daniel Shapiro, Mrs. Kushman Mrs. Pardo lowed by a reception and dinner. Mrs. Pardo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Albin, 1918 New York City Liberty ave., Miami Beach, was attended by her sister, Mrs David I Kaminsky of New York, matron of honor, and Miss Toby Cooper of Miami Beach, maid of/honor. Miss Miriam Perahie, the groom's cousin, was junior bridesmaid, and Marilyn Pardo, his niece, was flower girl. Jack Pardo was best man for his brother, while Albert Pardo, Stanley Saval, David Kaminsky. Gershon Miller, Frank Zieve, and Marvin Cooper served as ushers The bride was graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school where she was a member of the National Honor Society, and attended the University of Miami. She is president of the Greater Miami unit of Junior Hadassah. executive secretary of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and executive secretary of the Zionist Youth Commission. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Isie Pardo. 1239 15th St.. Miami Beach, the groom attended schools in New York, and served in the Weather Division of the Army Air Forces, for three and one half years. At present he is atttending the law school at the University of Miami and is associated with S. A. Goodman, realtor. Mr. Pardo is also president of the Greater Miami unit of Masada. Reverend Grauel At Beth Miolom Rev. Stanley Grauel, volunteer crew member of the refugee ship Exodus 1947, accepted an engagement this week to speak at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, January 14. His address will be under the auspices of Masada and Junior Hadassah, young adult affiliates of the Zionist Organizations of America. Rev. Grauel witnessed the capture of the ship, packed with thousands of Jews fleeing the terrorism and oppression of Europe, by units of the British navy. He is the author of several articles in the New York Times describing the fight with the British and refuting a number of British statements as to conditions in Palestine. Okouneffs Celebrate Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Shaya Okouneff >f 126 S.W. 16th ave. celebrated their golden anniversary this •veek with a reception at their home. Married in Russia, the couple has six children, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. They came here from Chicago seven years ago. Attending the reception were three daughters, Mrs. Fannie Marsh of Miami and Mrs. Eva Miller and Mrs. Mary Joseph of Chicago, and a son, Lazare Okouneff of Miami. Mrs. Bella Lyse and Mrs. Bronia B a r b a s h two other daughters, called from Shanghai, China, during the celebration. h DAlr\M BUTTER-EGGS **£SM ALWAYS/ urdines Galey and Lord's METALLIC STRIPED CHAMBRAY Can be washed like a hankie $£98 yard Chambray takes on unbelievable sophistication when striped with metallic thread will not tarnish. It comes ir. beige with copper metallic stripes. Burdina'a. Miami. Fabric Canter, Second Floor



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1948 fJenisti It'll k§Kun PAGE SEVEN IOOI* Auxiliary Install* Officers Mrs. George Lebowitz will be installed as noble grand of Sunshine Rebekeh lodge 9 at a joint service with the Sunshine lodge ,if the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, January 3. Ceremonies are scheduled to take place at 8 p.m. in the Nemo hotel, Miami Beach. All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs have been invited to attend. Also chosen to serve with Mrs. Lebowitz as leaders of the auxiliary for 1948 are: Mrs. Milton Adlcr, vice grand; Mrs. Henrietta Fishman, recording secretary: Mrs. Morris Brooks, financial secretary, and Mrs. Joe Guerino, treasurer. Mrs. David Granat is to be warden; Mrs. Harry Kunstlich, nmductor; Mrs. Sam Bromberg, chaplain; Mrs. Lou Weisman, right supporter to noble grand; Mrs. Morris Kleiner, left supporter to noble grand. Others include Mrs. Al Jacobs, right supporter to vice grand; Mrs. Leo Fisher, left supporter to vice grand; Mrs. Harry Roseman, inside guardian; Mrs. Ben Teitel, outside guardian, and Mrs. Jack Theodore, flag* bearer. Trustees are Mrs. Abe Pressman, first year; Mrs. Bessie Colv ii. second yeear, and Mrs. FlorZorn, third year; Miss PauI'hefferman is musician. hillilisni i on mil Plans Conference* ST. LOUIS, MO.—The relati mship of Americans of Jewish th to the newly created "Jewstate and other questions will be considered by the irth annual conference of Ihe American Council for Ju:n to take place in St. Louis, January 17, 18 and 19, acc ding to Elmer Berger, executive director, who said delegates from more than 20 states will consider the recommendations of ial committees which have been studying the United Nations' decision as related to the nization'a program. B'nai B'rith Women Present Dunninger "The Great Dunninger," master mental telepathist and magician who has been peering into the minds of thousands of men, women and children over a period of years in the major radio studios of America, and in theatres halls and auditoriums all over the country, is coming to Miami on January 20th at 8:30 p.m. He will make a personal appearance under the auspicies of the Miami Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith at the Municipal Auditorium. Bayfront Park. Miami management of Dunninger is under Ruth Brotman. Dunninger promises to baffle and thrill his audience with a series of amazing experiments in thought-reading, similiar to those with which he has been entertaining radio and theatre audiences for years. He will attempt to read thoughts from the minds of many members of the audience. Over a period of years. Dunninger has reputedly tuned in on the thoughts of the Duke of Windsor, six presidents of the United States, the late Thomas A. Edison, Gov. Dewey and many leading statesmen. Serving as guest judges on Dunninger's radio series have been such eminent personalities as Henry J. Kaiser. Jack Dempsey, Edwin C. Hill and other celebrities. >liss IVI'I m a II Most Active BUG Miss Florence Feldman was selected as the "most active girl of the year" and was crowned Queen at the DEBBS Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, 3rd Birthday Dinner and Dance held Dec. 20. The Queen's four ladies-inwaiting were Jean Nevel, Roslyn Morris, Trudi Lach and Adele Ziff. Guests at the affair included Mr. & Mrs. Marx Feinberg (Mrs. Feinberg is the DEBBS' advisor) and Mr. and Mrs. D. Shapiro of Detroit. An added event to the evening's plans was the announcement of the engagement of Paula Lach," DEBBS' secretary, to Lee Rosenblum, of Paterson, N.J. A regular meeting of the Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House Foundation, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Dr. Leonard Glicksiein, president, nounced. gourmet -^Ounfd.^ 'Tt/Wi prefers JllC QdUU'lt and ^4l\ntic iciuiae HOST "MAGIC RUDY" ContironMi Cuisine • Choice Liquors OPEN mOM 5 P M DAILY /&•. SUNDAYS FROM IM0 ;N THE TBAIL AT nai VE .' or.. 4'31 HOTEL Superlative KOSHER Cuisine OPEN TO THE PUBLIC For Breakfast—Luncheon—Dinner CATERING FOR SOCIAL OCCASIONS Reservations Suggested Phone 5-6701 1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH %  /&-*'• JNN **—••* %  -_ y I RAY BOLGER Slai of Stage. Screen and Radio JOAN EDWARDS America's Fine Singing Slar —• EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Jaek role Dancer* Kent Edwards-Laura Co^bay-^ha^Bumett-Mavu' M Henry Basse anil His Orchestra pK"oAND HIS LATIN AMERICAN ORCHESTRA 30 SK2 5Sd Ul s 'S.d bv tw Kesler Produced bv George Wood — aiageu T All M.ato Blu. Bibbon Slock -Popular Pncs M HMl" "HI'MII" % %  111" "!|H|I iiiiiii HUM % % %  III Hill llll! Ill III him SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH ANTILIA HOTEL COkAL GABLES r.%ci ik > i Italian American Dinners <. HOP' '-"l FOOD II •. • -i '• Miami! Foremoii Vegetarian. Daitj and Fish ESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 841 WASHINGTON AVE.. M. I. PH. 5 9182 ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1S4S COLLINS AVENUE l>IMM, ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners Triton Hotel Dining Room On The Ocean al Twenty-Eighth St. FII Vourne Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5-66S1 STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM Hi:VM\ II O T E L NOW OPEN to the PUBLIC COLLINS AVE. Same Management — Phone 5-7688 AT 13TH ST. Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners at Same Popular Prices [CRTERINC' PsHNOUJICHL'S" [OCUCRTCSSCN/ WllCIUUi 1 JEWISH MEALS 170 N ill S-ST. f rr M % %TA ? fk 2 -9814 SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE LO.MIOX ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Featu-ing STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Caterino To Parties and Weddings — Phone 5-1264 POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL Come in and Enjoy ALPERT'S RESTAURANT No. 6 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach CLUB BREAKFAST; LUNCHEON. DINNERS AND SPECIALS Same Fine Foods—Our 15th Year—Same Management Strictly KOSHER Dining Room NOW OPEN DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P. M. CATERING FDR ALL OCCASIONS PHONE 5-3189 OR 5-9532 146 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Con Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach THE ORIGINAL ROSE'S NOW OPEN KOSHER RESTAURANT 318 Collins Ave., M B. Serving the same wholesome Kosher food as in former years. 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LAY. JANUARY 2. 1948 Jew 1st ftoridlii&n PAGE NINE Elio Fight teds Increase L e cost of fighting polio has docketed during the past year, Cleary, director of the [eh of Dimes campaign? which L January 15, said today, in Lting out that rising prices and Liting polio incidence have fed a tremendous burden on National Foundation for InJtile Paralysis. lointing out that the local bter maintains a special ward 'Jackson Memorial Hospital treatment of polio cases. ferdlcss of race, creed, color or Xncial status, Cleary added |t more money will be needed year than ever before to the best treatment medical fence can provide for anyone %  c-ken. polio has increased 150 per It during the last five years," fcniy stated, "and it should be Tfmting to residents of Dade Cnty t know that their contritions are used to maintain a In I for treatment of everyone jj, ken. There is no more dread Pady than polio and I feel that v resident should give as [id, as possible as insurance for treatment of their own chiln, should they suddenly ben„afflicted. % There is no red tape about Tti ring a patient stricken with I in the ward at Jackson [ ial Hospital. Members of i ace are immediately taken land there is no cost for treat\w\. if they are unable to pay. resident, therefore, is (1 to give generously and loudly this year and contribuL will be properly received | essed simply to March of Miami." lollywood Kennel las Record Crowd 111 llywood Kennel club's open|C Saturday night, in the coldest Wit of the track's history. t it more than 4,000 to bet t: $8,000 for the Inaugural favorites reported for this week lude Tullera Rose, daughter of pal Rube-Gravel Gertie, who second in the Boston Derby Wonderland Park. Beau Bait t\\ Randall's favorite, and Lsi rette and Vick B, littermates ^longing to F. L. Brunts, were well received. Kennedy Blames Public For Inferior Movies Rocking with laughter at frequent intervals, 1,000 men and women thoroughly enjoyed Town Hall Forum's third program in the White Temple Monday night when Harold J. Kennedy, "zany intellectual," actor and producer, recounted numberless anecdotes of stage, screen and radio in support of his thesis that the public is getting exactly the type of entertainment it demands and supports. Don't blame the producers and sponsors for the mass appeal on a low intelligence level, the audience was warned. Kennedy declared that when the public refuses to witness these films or to listen to low-brow radio shows. then they will disappear quickly, being replaced by entertainment that meets public approval. Rev. Ashton Almand of White Temple paid tribute to H. A. Binder, president of Town Hall, praising him on the success of the series. Town Hall Forum will present its fourth and last program of the season on Feb. 26, when Dorothy Thompson will speak on "These Crucial Days." Tickets for this final talk are available at the offices of Temple Israel and the White Temple. They also will be o: sale at the White Temple the night Miss Thompson speaks. .SI0.004 Handicap At (viilfstream An outstanding array of thoroughbreds has been nominated for Saturday's renewal of the $10,000 Hallandale Handiicap at Gulfstream Park, mile and a furlong race which honors the home of the Broward County course. Final tabulation finds 18 horses eligible for the event, a major test for the closing day Gulfstream Park Handicap which carries an endowment of $25,000 added. The Hallandale is an eighth of a mile shorter than the Gulfstream Park 'Cap, and from its running should emerge the leading eligibles for the rich closing day stake. The Calumet Farm, unrepresented in Saturday's event, plans to start either Fervent or Armed (or both) in the $25,000 classic, and only the best, as represented by Saturday's outcome, may accept so stern a test. Greater Miami Collects 60,000 Pounds In SOS Drive For Overseas Needs Now on their way to inhabitants of DP camps and other oppressed Jews in Europe are approximately 60,000 pounds of food and clothing donated by citizens of Miami to the SOS collection November 30 and the week following. Two large shipments leaving Miami's dock were the result of over 3,000 individual pickups made on "SOS" day and 5 00 follow-up collections obtained the* week following that Sunday. AcTOMSK Compj ef# ST** ione 3-4848 449 *• na g ,.r si cording to Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, chairman of the campaign for this area, the majority of articles received were in new or very good condition, though several things were necessarily discarded as not wearable. Warm clothing, including fur coats and men's top coats, and shoes were predominate in the better articles, though every type of clothing was represented in the collection. Shown above are a few of the 250 to 300 volunteers who comprised the crew of workmen, about 100 driving the trucks and an equal number of women doing the packing. The warehouse used as the headquarters for deliveries was offered by the City of Miami. About 70 trucks were on the road. made possible through the courtesy of local merchants. Future plans for the Supplies for Overseas Survivors campaign will be made this month at the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, parent organizaItim of the local drive. Mr. Monte Selig served as cochairman of the drive. George J. Talianoff. Florida Regional Director of the AntiDefamation League will address the members of Isaac Levin Lodge B'nai B'rith on Wednesday, January 7th, at 8:15 p.m.. it was announced by Richard Gerslein. president. FOR RENT Beautifully and Completely Furnished Home Newly Decorated Throughout Must be seen to be appreciated Near 3 Buses—Season or Year 1613 N.W. 16th Are. Haganah Boys Mark Anniversary .Haganah Boys club of Miami Beach will hold their first anniversary celebration at Temple Beth Sholom this evening at 9:30 p.m. Scheduled to speak for the evening are A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Ronald M. Ansin, president of the club. Ansin is to be introduced on Jeanette Tupler's Jewish News events progrm this afternoon at 4 p.m. over Station WMBM, in honor of the occasionTonight's affair will feature the first edition of the club's newspaper. "The Haganah Reporter." c OMPl in PI s > Cry MIAMI BEACH Setter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor •05 Lincoln Rd. Phone MM! "Trustworthy Service" llarlh Spoaks To Beach Lodge Rev. Joseph Barth, president of the Dade County Civil Rights Council, will be the guest of Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith Tuesday evening at 8:15 at Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach. His topic will be "Can The Bill of Rights Operate in Dade County?" Harry Zukernick is in charge of the program and Walter Kovner. president, will preside. WANTED Executive Director, good organizer, responsible executive —Zionist background desirable. Phone 58-1774 S8000 ONE YEAR'S INCOME HOUSE TO SELL 1135 S. W. 11th STREET NEAR SCHOOL RIGHT FROM OWNER ASK FOR MR. PHILLIP The Most Complete Line Of HOTEL FORMS And Hotel Supplies in The Country OFFICE SUPPLIES Desks Chairs. Filing Cabinets OFFICE FURNITURE BARNETT'S INC. HOTEL STATIONERS 403 1M*I St., Mlsml Besch Phones 5-2975— 62976 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 Forsimann Julliard Silk GABARDINE SUITS and SLACKS Regs., Longs, Shorts, Stouts Ideal for Year Round Wear "Daily Factory Shipments" DIRECT FACTORY PRICE Austin H. Burke 600 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET Daily 9-6; Sundays 11-2 {Quality 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Jr. — Distributed by the [FLORIDA PROVISION CO. IK 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue NORTH BEACH HOME PATROL CT 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employeee For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach YOUR INCOME TAX 1t47 Am ,nd.d Estimated Return or Fins. Return must be filed by '** January 18th. Prepsrsd Corrsctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART W m,fm j K. MAROUA, Tax Consultant Beach Offles, 74S6 Colin An Exclusive Laundry tor Diapers and Baby Clothe* COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1948 +Jewi*t) I her Minn PAGE ELEVEN OFF THE RECORD i IWITHIN THE GATES The festive mood over the partition decision is over [Zionist leaders are dispirited the way things are moving slowly I. To all extent possible the constitution will reflect the principles of justice, equity and ethics as conceived by the Prophets and the authors of the Talmud while at the same time reflecting modern concepts of law There is strong sentiment for calling the highest court "Sanhedrin" Separation of religion from state is axiomatic Neither religion, race, nationality will bar [any citizen from holding public office, from jobs, from social benefits and from educational facilities Talk of securing a permanent status of neutrality is gaining momentum Such a status is held essential since a war involving the Jewish state would affect the approximately 95 per cent of the Jewish people who in all probability will live outside that state This will be the first situation of its kind in history Watch for a Palestine "brain-trust" with an American arm One of the braintrusters will be David Ginzberg, who made life miserable for the Russians in Vienna by the penetrating method with which he pushed them to the wll over reparations trouble ... A certain Jewish leader in Palestine whose name has not appeared in print for a long time has been busy taking care of matters usually within the purvey of a Chief-of-Staff ... If there is no recession in the Arab attacks he will lead several picked Haganah units in an endeavor to crush the resiistance with one blow Palestine circles say Hilldring and Johnson might not have been designated to wage the U.S. fight for partition if former Governor Herbert H. Lehman had not counselled their appointment. THINKING ALOUD Hatikvah will not be retained as the national hymn of the Jewish state though it has advocates who would change it to comply with the new situation ... A poem by the Hebrew poet Bialik, now popular in Palestine, has the best chance of getting that distinction, though a hymn may be selected from a contest What if any will be the effect of Jewish statehood in Palestine on anti-Semitism? Just now conjecture would be out of place One thing is certain, should there be an eruption of anti-Semitism in a given country the Jewish State will face a difficult problem in handling the issue The problem of Germany will raise sharp political debates Should a Jewish state give diplomatic recognition even to a unified, reconstituted and allegedly repentant Germany This guestion has many facets but right now, and perhaps for years to come, it is hard to see how a Jewish state could have diplomatic relations with a country responsible for the slaying of 6,000,000 Jews Because of its strategic position, because the Jewish prophets were the greatest apostates of peace and because of the peculiar position of the Jews in other lands, it would seem only right that the masters of international destiny impose a status ol eternal neutrality on the Jewish state ... It took Britain no time, even under the most adverse of circumstances, to remove 300,000 troops from Dunkirk What is holding up the speedy evacuation of approximately 80,000 troops from Palestine? Which figure in Jewish history will appear on the first paper currency of the Jewish state? This corner's guess is it will be Herzl But it may be either King Solomon or King David There is talk of holding a World Zionist Congress before the official establishment of the Jewish state but the plan may be shelved if the trouble in Palestine does not subside soon Many Zionsts are advocating retention of the Congress as a tradition The Jewish state will no doubt effect a revolution in Jewish thinking throughout the world. Sholom Asch's East Riiver is destined for oblivion on the screen The author however will not take a too heavy financial loss from the breach of contract by one of Hollywood's largest producers Grapevine contract was cancelled when it was discovered he was writing for the Morninq Freiheit Gentlemen's Agreement is draw.ng huge crowds and deservedly It iis a great artistic improvement over Crossfire The efficacy of the film as an instrument in the battle against annnti-Semitism may not have been fully tested by these two pictures ... But the success of those films shows the American movie public wants themes of social significance Rabbi Ever Here fo Aid University Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, wellknown Jewish journalist and spiritual leader of New York, is now the guest of Miami Beach Jewry. His visit to the area is to further the welfare of Yeshiva University so that it may continue to be a source of pride and inspiration to American and World Jewry," the Rabbi said. Many of the rabbis and Jewish leaders have given Rabbi Ever' their cooperation and the opportunity to address the congregaj tions and a great number of hotels : on behalf of the university. Rabbi Ever, who represents the only Jewish university on the American continent, is the sonin-law of the late Jewish leader. Judah H. Levenberg. The visiting rabbi is founder of the New Haven and Cleveland Yeshiva. author of the life and works ol the late Rabbi Levenberg and more recently of "Holiday Symbols," which has received national recognition. Known as the Rabbi Isaac Ekhanan Theological Seminary, the Jewish university has a present enrollment of 1200 students from 26 states and 20 foreign countries with a faculty of 112 distinguished scholars and educators. Over 90 per cent of tht students are on full or partia scholarships. At least $912,000 is necessary to meet its annual budgetary requirements besides its needs to expand the school's facilities. Rabbi Ever's office is being maintained on Miami Beach at Hotel Abrams. 302 Euclid ave, Miami Auxiliary To Agod Homo Plan* Card Party Miami ladies auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged have planned a card party to be held at the Netherlands hotel, Miami Beach. The affair is scheduled tc begin at 7:30 p.m. Sunday evening. Members and friends of the organization have been invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. Subscription price for the afternoon will be $1.00. RAY GORDON Registered Land Surveyor Accurate lot surveys at reasonable rates. 1575 Washington Avenue Miami Beach 39. Fla. Phone 5-9929 THE PIONEER WOMEN'S CLUB No. 1 Wishes to Thank the people of The Dorann Apts 1244 Pennsylvania Avenue For their Chanuka gift of FIFTY DOLLARS to the Jewish National Fund MIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • Light Fixtures Appliances Radios Open Friday Evening MONAHAN'S INC. 2208 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-0632 Wright Hotel I <|iii[iiHii< Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. 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^M PAGE TWELVE *JmislifhrMi9r> FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, C A L LIN G All Blood Donors! The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our eom mu 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! YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE SOS CALLS To Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami: The Jewish people of Miami Beach individually and through their organizations, have contributed blood generously to the Blood Bank oi 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 beneiited by blood are grateful for the generous cooperation extended. At the same time, we express our gratitude and wish to po.nt ou* 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 This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors PLAN TO VISIT THE BANK TWICE EVERY YEAR ACME SEPTIC TANK CO. 5500 N.W. 37th Ave. Miami DOUGLAS LUMBER CO. 3775 So. Dixie Highway Miami G. M. A. CLUB 150 S.E. 1st St. Miami Miami Home Milk Producers Assn. 2451 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami Curry House Apts., Hotel Rooms 253 S.W. 2nd St. Miami Dade Paper <£ Bag Co., Not Inc. 144N.E.21sSt. Miami Dulaney's of Miami Beach, Inc. 4114131 StMiami Beach EGNER & MULCAHY TAILORS 202 Flagler St. 'Lorraine Arcade) Miami FLAMINGO GOWi-J SHOPPE 318 Lincoln Ra. FR1DEN CALCULATORS 153 N.E. 10th St. M:a:!U Greenleaf 6, Crosby-jewelers 100C Lincoln ?.d. Miami Beach DADE FAT AND GREASE CO 27,h Stree ffialeah KENYON AUTO STORES 19C3 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO 1125 5th Street Miami Beach Guaranty Title Rheas Women's Apparel Shop Mlanu Beach 91141,, St. Miami Beach Miami HARMON INC. 142 N.W. 2nd bt. ISAAC JOFFE 'Bldg. !" Miami KALER PRODUCE CO. 19nn ..^ m ~ Herm(,n Jackie 12% NW 22nd *• Miami H.H LEWINREAL ESTATE 519 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Miami iAM L UIE'S GLASS SHOP 44fl 2 N.W 27th Ave. M Miami Miami L. D. HAYNES—REAL ESTATE 5811 N.W. 2nd 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 24 th and Ocean Drive Miami Beach LEO GERNGROSS 4549 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach Blood Bank of Dade County 17RO Itf \KT in. % # 1750 N.W. 10th A ven ue Phone 9-1631



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IIDAY, JANUARY 2. 1948 + Jewish thrlctiar) PAGE THIRTEEN ebrew Academy to Hold Meeting The Hebrew Academy, the only Lll-day school in this community offering a program of education, Combining a progressive American education in synthesis with %  an intensive Hebrew training. [will hold a general meeting for [members and friends Wednesday [night, January 7th, at 8 p.m., at Ithe Academy auditorium, located at 6th St., corner Jefferson ave... [Miami Beach. The meeting which will feature I a program of outstanding speakI era, as well as a musical presentation by Cantor J. Goldring of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, is I one of the series of monthly features to which the general public is invited. The Hebrew Academy is a project sponsored by the community and is the only one of its kind in the southeastern region of the United States. There are over a hundred similar institutions in the country with over 18.000 children attending these schools. The local academy is planned along modern and progressive lines in its general approach, as well as conduct of its educational program. The Hebrew Academy at the present time offers classes for the first, second, third and fourth years of elementary school education with additional higher classes projected for commencement February 1. 1948. There are also a group of kindergarten classes functioning at the Hebrew Academy. The classes of the Academy meet daily from 8:30 to 9:30, during which a rich program is Riven to the boys and girls who attend the school from the greater Miami and Miami Beach area. Hot lunches are served to the children, as well as afternoon refreshments. A fleet of busses is in operation to transport the children to and from the school. In addition to an active board of directors, the officers of the Hebrew Academy are: Dr. David S. Andron. president; Harry Leavitt, Isadore Goldberg, Paul Grossinger, A. M. Baer, vice presidents: Samuel Grundwerg and David Levinson, co-treasurers; Martin Genet, recording secretary; Sam Reinhard, financial secretary: Aaron Lauer, general secretary. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CLUB SAVOY at number 535 N. W. Third Avenue In the City of Miami. Florida. Intends to register Hi., said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAVOY CAFE, INC. Aronowltz, Welnkle & Aronowltz, Attorneys for Applicant, II S I:; -19-26 1/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKBY (ilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name, i.f ECONOMY FACKi.NU HOUSE at City of lllaleah, Florida, Intends to r. -glstcr said name with the Clerk or the circuit Court of Oade County, Florida. JOSEPH HKEOMA.N. IJ:O SHEINER, 1204-06 Pacific Hulldlng Miami. Florida Attorney for Applicant 12/12-19-28 1/2 West Flagler Officials Preside At Opening Jacob Sher William L. Huntley Jacob Shar. president, and William L. Huntley. vice-president and general manager of West Flagler Kennel club which is opening officially Monday night. The plant and racing strip have been refinished and many exclusive features added for the event. 8 RACES DAILY Saturday's Feature $10,000 Added SUWANNEE RIVER HANDICAP NORTH OF MIAMI ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UONDRE8 AND COMPANY at 90S l-angford Hulldlng, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DOROTHY MONDRES JOSEPH R. Mi INDUES 12/12-19-26 1/2-9 Vaad Hakashruth Outlines Plans The Vaad Hakashruth, the only city-wide Kashruth Association covering the greater area of Miami Beach and Miami, has adopted plans this week for an intensive program for the entire year. Among the measures which have been included in an overall schedule of, activities are: (a) The education of the general public in all matters incidental to the observance of kashruth. (b) Publicizing the names of all poultry and butcher establishments under the supervision of the community Vaad Kakashruth. (e) Expansion of the activities of the organization to extend its supervision in any other businesses in which kashruth observance is necessary, (d) The coordination of all Jewish organization activity in the community \ with the program of the Vaad Hakashruth. Details are now being arranged for the implementation of this far reaching program so that it will become even more effective and helpful to the entire Jewish community, as well as to the tourists. The Vaad Kakashruth is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and has amr.no its affiliatps thp fnlYn are hereby notiried and renas among us dimiaies me IOI%  1|Ulr< (1 to appear to the Bin of cornlowing synagogues: Beth David \ plalnl riled In the above styled cause, *m -..-... i n ., • __ pi • t on or before January 23, 194H, otherCongregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro. | wtae ,„,. ,„„ „ f ,•„,„,,, %  „„„ win be Miami; Miami Beach Jewish i taken as confessed against you. i-et — .. ~ ... T i this order bipublished once a wei-k Community Center, Rabbi Irving I for „„, | eM ,,,.,„ ,,,,„. iU .ccesive Lohrman; Miami Jewish Ortho, %  % %  ><* "" %  {•*•" Floridian, a .. u I newspaper published in I lade County, dox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Floridi Grauer. Miami; Congregation Beth Tfilah, Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky, Miami Beach; Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach. Officers are: Harry Sirkin. president; A. M. Baer, vice-president; Hyman Sootin, secretary; Samuel Lobel. treasurer. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is the director and is available at all times for any information regarding kashruth. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEUEBY OIVEN that the undersigneddesiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot Kelly's Drive In at 1100 N. W. L Jeune Road, Miami, Florida, Intend* to register said name with the Ulem of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Elorlda. KKIJ.VS INC. FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Petitioner 606 Sevbold Building 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the. undersigned, deslrimi to engage in business under the fictitious name of Club 79 at 766 E. 28th Street, HlaleaM. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ot Dade County. Florida. MAM H. BRUSS Sole Owner FRANK E. SOUIMON Attorney for Petitioner I'.IM; Sevbold Building 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till-. UT11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA —IN CHANCERY, No, 113696. ADELL LEVEINE, Plaintiff, vs. LAWRENCE LEVEINE. Defendant. To: LAWRENCE LEVEINE Residence Unknown Ijist known mailing address: General Delivery Red Bluff. California NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot Fortune Stores at 27 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. METER FINE. INC. FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Petitioner 606 Hey bold Building 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 Roth Officer of NAWCAS Nat Roth of Miami was elected executive vice president of the National Association of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen (NAWCAS) at a convention in St. Louis last week. He was also re-elected as president of the NAWCAS Benevolent auxiliary LEGAL NOTICES Dated this (3rd day of December, 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, • Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Mil. To.\ A. FRIEDMAN Attornej at Law I02S Beybold Building Miami. Florida 12/26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan t Cordon Roofing and Sheet Metal Works at ill S.W. 22nd Avenue. -Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK GORDON IDA R. CORDON UANKORD S. FAfJNCE Attorney for Applicant! (M N.E. l.'ith Street 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol A t i; Plumbing Contractor! at 1121 Ocean Blvd.. N. Miami Beach. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 1 'oiinty, Florida. NATHAN UORELK'K DAVID AUGUSTUS BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Petitioners 112 Congress Hldg. 12 19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name 01 WILCKH ORIGINAL SAMPLE SHOP at 211 North Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tne Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. EDITH K. WILCK Petitioner. MYERS. HEIMAN A: KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner 12/12-19-26 1/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Wilsons Package Store at 1017 N.W. Tilth Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to register Bald name with the Clerk .if the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HUMAN MACK Petitioner. MYERS, IIKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Herman Mack 1'2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — No. 18093, RE: ESTATE OF FRANK DEUTSCH. Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition tor Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Frank Deutsch deceased, and that on the 2nd day of February, IH4S. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final rejKirt and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Frank Deutsch, deeea-sed. This .list day of December, 1917. LEWIS CHESTER, Executor. MAItX M. FEINHERO Attorney for Executor. l 2-9-11 N ALPER& GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Line* for Rent—Grade A Pulverised and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind CaU 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol Miami Watch Crystal Co, at 127 N.E, 1st Avenue. Miami. Fla. Intends to reglstet said name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ROBERT KUTNEK Sole Owner 12 26 1/2-9-16-2.1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot BOSCART RADIO at 63 N. E. 2nd Street. Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, CHARLES BOZART MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Club Savoy at .')3."i N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida ELLIOT SIMONS Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMK 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Poll DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 113723. RUTH TOWERS, Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN TOWERS, Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: NATHAN TOWERS, 1568 East 8th Street. Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above-styled cause on or before the 26th day of January. 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. I.et this tjj-der he published once a • i-k for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FU)R1D1AN. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATED this 2Sth day of December, 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. A. J. KAPLAN Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building ,, Miami 32, Florida l/2--l-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN trial the unili-i signed, desiring to engage under the fictitious name of ALLEN'S TRADING STORE at 14.. Northwest Fourteenth Street. .Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ol I >ade County, Florida. 1:1 Til MILLER Waaman, Silver & Sakowlti Attorneys for Applicant 12 1:1-20 1 2-9-iii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name of M As GROCERY at 4416 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT F. SHANNON Petitioner. MYER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner. 12 IH-26 1/2-9-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. F1>I)K1DA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 113530. KATHRYN MUELLER. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM MUELLER. Delendam. TDK STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: WILLIAM MUELLER. M Van Neaa Avenue Rutherford, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to snpear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-styled cause on or before the lth day of January, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Com plaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORID1AN, a newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. DATED this 16 day of December. 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKINO. Deputy Clerk SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 171)3 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 12/19-26 1/2-9 ORDER OP PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOB DADE < 01 .> 1 1 FMiRIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 113415. MANUEL DRALUCK. PlalntUf, vs HELEN MARIE DRALUCK. Defendant. TO: Mrs. Helen Marie Draluck 9 West New Street Olasboro, New Jeisey *tU ARE HEREBY REgUlHED to file an A|H>earance In the above divorce action on or before January S, 1948, otherwise a Decree Pro Conresso will be entered against you in accordance with the laws of the State ot FI01 Ida DATED this loth day of December, AD. 1947. E, B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. UKKEN, Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KRE1SLER Attorney for Plamtirf 1009 Pan American Bank Building Miami, Honda 12/12-19-26 1/2 I 3vi I



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Aisffkr'drfo1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1943 Medical Journal Complete 20 Years RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY With the cut i Volume H 1947, Th HAIVRI :•;• v M nal) concludi ntieth year of su 1 under the i I M si E M.D. Its contents are not confined to techn but are tions covering subjei •-. %  '• Ine medical profi %  In t Health. Dr. L. Olitzk brew Univi Contribution for the Cont eases in I Dr. A :. tht "Present St I Tub. : Undi cal ?.: Yale L'nivi liscus the.S great phi: of the 131 muna. Of ] the pop..: medicine by Dr. Y sky of Palest treal use of sp aids in he I Primary in il I 1 .•ices I %  Miarm Jewish Orthodox C gregalion, 590 S.W. 171h ave. ., :,., Murray Or,,ear. A New nlj these th, morning.) from m,. Iron from -' • REFORM Temple Ur ael, 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabb. Colman A. Zwilman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritui. t B115 egionAmerH .lions. N. Sabbatl %  i n of l 7. Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euc'.id ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackcvsky. • I %  CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David 135 N.'.V. Third ave. Rucbi Mix Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mamches. • %  f the J all su literal ..... mmology tion is d. 3ah!,s S Th. B nal art ., manzedinEngl %  ? %  '•' -..r. : Hebrew School and Junior Co.-.greqation. 1101 S.W. %  %  "..-. ave. Rabbi Simon April. ; v available to th to read Hi tion may be obi municating w ith tl • office of the Hi Journal. 983 Park J N V A new B'nai B'rith G chapter had its initial rr.:•at the home of Miss Joan Thermal! recently. Miss Betty Ann Weinlraub has been named as advisor. GOOD FOODJ, THE RIGHT KIND. AND SUNSHINE GALORE SUCH VITAMIN SOURCES, HAVE PLENTY IN JTORE. .1 i %  Miami Beach Jewish Community. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. %  : %  T ixay of i .i ..nil %  United n St, Louis, the Rabbi l: %  ii Kaplan lln %  -' %  "tl I Mlllel %  : tl M %  :. il Mr m. A Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Anave.. Forl Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. %  onduct • The Jewish Community Center. 202C Polk st.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. \v 111 ember ol %  iHi I (i I tin • Rose Chap. Inaugurates New Overseas Service • M I Bettv I %  Double Celebration For Pioneer Women Final p:uiis :or the .l.uble eel* bration by Pioneer W., men .," No. 1. of the 46th anniversary Z the Jewish National Fund and the establishment of the Jtu Commonwealth were announce recently by the club's JNf chair man Mrs. J. Z. Stadl.in followm. a meeting in her home, The affair is scheduled for 3 p.m. J an u;.i'v 4 at the Greate: Miami He". biew Academy, 6th st md Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach Dr. David S. Andn.n and Rabbi M;ix Shapiro have ben invited to esa the gathering Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will pffer several vocal selections ao-ompanied by Joseph Schreibman Palestinian movies are to l>e shown and refreshments served. Mrs Stadlan will presid. In charge of arrangements are: Mis Sara Feinstein. Mrs Minnie Mendelsohn, Mrs. Lena Kaplan, Mrs. Mary Stepkin. Mrs Pearl Kreiger, Mrs. Shirley Queen, Mrs. Harry Seitlin. Mrs. Sara Shapofl, Mis B. Kramer and Mrs. Lena 1'ushkin, president. Tickets will be available at the door. Double Tennis Finals At Henderson Park Finals in the Sholom Lodge B'nai B'rith tennis doubles will be held Sunday at 10 a.m., at Henderson Park. The team of Pi J Botwin and Milton A. • iman will meet the team of Sol Rovin and Dave Frank in !:nal match which Is scheduled to close the lode, tennis 11 ati nament. B twin and Friedman defeated Ferrj Freehling and Leonard Egert last Sunday to enter the Is.. Loving cup trophies will be formally presented to the winners by President Sam Silver at the next lodge meeting Tuesday, January 13. %  BUT JU$T TO MAKE $ORE OUR SUPPLY 15 OKAY WE ALL TAKE THE'MULTIPLE' CALLED"ONE-A-DAY" There it vitamin protection for you, neighbor! When you supplement the food you eat each day with ONE-ADAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, you get all the vitamins known to be necessary in human nutrition. When it is so easy 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 5 %  %  LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi 6WA*0 [r. AjaWMA* in #w "T-iOti th Si. r. d Amttribn, A %  MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 i Experir.ced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO 3253 S. W. 8th St. Twosiry \v •„ Building —Opx Wo tery. r-mi.fl. 12th AV. MIAMM L TEL. 3 3431J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME NEimCULLV KNESUT mHUMHTYVMITKM JEWtanKMLNtfS 'o/wmadon Gladly Fuinahtd on KtQ*tl SERVING MAM BEAM I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director rving Bl.sberg. Treasurer BEACHi! MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1M A M, n .? d Ph0 *-5M4 MIAMI BEACH • ^•Niceley. Funeral Director IHI CEMETER Y OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director Olynpla Building p hon 3.3730 n 'al Direcior "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLAGLE*



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IAY, JANUARY 2, 1948 +Jewlst> nor Id ton PAGE FIFTEEN LIV ES OF dURTTMESV MOSHE; SHERTOK_ oi. .1 b, NORMAN and SOI NOL.IL .... b, RHODA B SIMON Wm IS THt STORY Of A JEWISH DIPLOMAT WHO fUlrlUED A LIFELONG AMUTMW BY TAKING PART W THE CREATION Of A JEWISH STATE -^1 £^ BORNJN RUSSIA IN 1895, SHERTOK MOVED TO PALESTINE IN 1906. WHERE HE WAS RAISED IN AN ISOLATED ARAB VILLAGE. AFTER STUDYING LAW AT THE UNIVERSITY Of CONSTANTINOPLE IN 1915. HE WAS DRAFTED INTO THE TURKISH ARMY AT THE OUTBREAK OF WORLD WAR I. HOWEVER, HE RISKED HIS LIFE WORKING UNDER COVER TO CREATE THE JEWISH LEGION WHICH FOUGHT WITH BRITAIN'S GENERAL ALLEN8Y TO LIBERATE PALESTINE. HERE THE LAD GOT HIS ELEMENTARY TRAINING IN RELATIONS WITH ARABS SINCE HIS FAMILY WERE THE ONLY JEWS IH THE AREA WITH THE ARRIVAL Of PEACE. SHERTOK STUOIED AT THE LONDON SCHOOL Of ICONO MICS, SPECIALIZING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. WHILE IN ENGLAND HE MARRIED ZIPORAH, A CHILDHOOD SWEETHEART. S IN 1922, HE JOINED THE STAFF Of •DAVARTAHEMEWDAILY.ANDWAS ITS MANAGIN6 EDITOR FROM WJ TO 1931. _\ \_ TWO YEARS LATER, HE BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE POLITICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE JEWISH A6ENCYA POSITION TO WHICH HE HAS BROUGHT MUCH DIGNITY AND WHICH HE STILL RETAINS DURING WORLD WAR I. IT WAS SHERTOK WHO ORGANIZED THE JEWISH BRIGADE WHOSE FEATS OF BRAVERY ARE HISTORY TODAY. SHERTOK REACHED THE CLIMAX Of HIS CAREER TO OATE, WITH THE TREMENDOUS WORK HE PUT IN AT THE PALESTINE SESSIONS OF THE UNITEO NATIONS. CALLED THE FUTURE MINISTER Of THE JEWISH STATE--THIS IS __— AFTER V-J DAY, SHERTOK WAS IN A MUTISM CONCENTRATION CAMP fOR 4* MONTHS ALONG WITH OTHER MEMBERS Of THE JEWISH AGENCY EXECUTIVE IN RETALIATION FOR THE ATTEMPTS TO LANP'lUKtf JEWISH IMMIGRANTS FROM WAR-TORN EUROPEJ lorale Is There—Need Money and Food |verseas Delegation Tells Miamians By THERESA CoHEN Jewish Floridian Stall Writer "It is amazing, but the Jews in Palestine have no fears at exclaimed Rabbi Irving Lehrman last week at a con^e:i' e with Mrs. Monte Selig and Max Orovitz with whom he cent!/ toured Europe and Palestine. The inspiration he limed to feel showing in his face with every description, the told of the full confidence P lestioiaiu have that they care of the situation, they have no outside in: ence. f'The morale is there. All they money and food. They am to work, to sacrifice." |1 mod by their six weeks %  sits through Europe and the land, the Greater Miami .Iflegates spoke of the (ility of the Arabs and the Jews iether peacefully. They to agree wholeheartedly to the fact that the majority of Arabs are thankful for what the Jews have done for them in the way of fighting disease and beautifying the land. Mrs. Selig told of the two nationals living side by side with no discord and no apparent ill feelings for the bloodshed caused to their brethren. The trio blamed the Arab lords who have kept the people in poverty and are now hiring and inciting gangsters to do the raiding which is interThe Only Community Wide Kashruth Association i in: GRE \ i i:n MIAMI VAAD HARASIIRITII 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 I.ohrman Heth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Miami ( %  '"ngregation 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'a Live Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave. S. & H. Live Poultry. 320 Collins Ave. %  Royal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only), 515 Collins Ave. Borman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave. Hofman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St. Lobel'a Kosher Meat Barket, Blackstone Food Center, til Washington Ave. Miami Northweit Section ., _, _. Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 159 N. W 5th St Ideal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only). 155 N. W. 5tti St. National Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W. 5th bt. 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 A%e 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 kaihruth, call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439. pfficeri of the Greater MiamJ Vaad Haka.hruth are: Harry Sirkin. president; A. M. Bear, vice-preaident; H. Sootin, secretary; s. Lobel, treasurer. preted by American papers as general Arab opposition to the Jewish state. As Orovitz expressed it. however, "A strong position on our part should prevent a holy war." The rabbi, worried over the problem of the displaced persons "wandering from somewhere to somewhere", estimated that 90 per cent of them want to go to Palestine. What initially was meant as an inspection of DP camps and Palestine, brought the group, according to interview stories, to several unanticipated historic events, including the general strike in Milan, the event of Schumann's control in France, and most notably the declaration of the U.N. decision to partition Palestine. They arrived home in time to attend the United Jewish Appeal conference in Atlantic City where they reported their experiences and received national recognition. Full reports of the overseas trio is to be made to the Jewish community Sunday at an all-day conference arranged by the Federation at the Steak house, Collins ave.. Miami Beach. 11 n Dr. Clarke Reviews Peace Of Mind "Peace of Mine."' by Rabbi Joshua L. Liebman. will be reviewed at the Spinoza Forum this Saturday by Dr. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami. The review is scheduled tomorrow for 3 p.m. on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th st, Miami Beach. Every Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. for the next three months. Charles Lee will lecture for the forum group on "The Heavens and the Earth." Thursday evenings arc to be devoted to health lectures by Dr. N. S. Hanoka. WIIVZ (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 / America's finest cleaning CERTIFIED,a*#ty CLEANING \ Call 3-6601 EIGHBORH00D STORES EVERYWHERE MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM, ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ Greyhound aces atBeautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races Admission < Nc Minors) 25c TRANSPORTATION —From Miami—Evpress Service by Red Adams Line from Elks' Club. Eat Flaqlcr Sr. and N E. Third Aye. from 4:30 Ft. Louderdolc— From 442 E Las Olos Blvd. ot &f requcnt intervals HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB I I • %  I %  I



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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 2, 1948

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 21NUMBER 1
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Irgun, Haganah Unite; Arabs Intensify Attacks
Extremist Forces Placed
Under Supreme Control
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Haganah and the Irgun are un-
derstood to have signed an agree-
ment placing the extremists'
forces under the command of the
Haganah. Negotiations are re-
ported proceeding to include the
Stern Group in the unified de-
fense set up, but no decision has
been reached.
Under the agreement, the Ir-
gun retains its own forces but it
will refrain from separate opera-
tions and obey the orders of the
Haganah Supreme Command
which, incidentally, has an-
nounced the opening of a military
college with 200 students. The
agreement should have the effect
of cutting down attacks on troops
and police, since it bars the Irgun
from attacking the British or the
Arabs.
The Haganah-Irgun unity comes
after more than a year of de-
sultory negotiationswhich were
broken off on several occasions
and under the pressure of in-
creasing Arab attacks, which re-
cently cost the. life of a top
Agency official and nearly re-
sulted in the death of Mrs. Goldie
Meirson, Agency political chief,
in. Jerusalem.
Hans Beyt, head of the Agency's
youth immigration department,
was killed when a Tel Aviv-
Jerusalem convoy was attacked
by Arabs near Mount Castel.
Mrs. Meirson, who was travelling
in the same convoy, was grazed
by a bullet and her bodyguard,
Haganah Warrant Officer Arahal
Filman, was seriously wounded.
Jtzhak Gruenbaum executive
member, who was travelling with
Mrs. Meirson, was uninjured, al-
though several other were wound-
ed. Another Tel Aviv-Jerusalem
convoy was attacked at Babel and
several passengers wounded,
while two Jews were wounded
when their vehicles were attacked
in Upper Galilee.
A Jewish Agency spokesman
commented, with some bitterness,
that the government had promised
that it would have the citation on
the roads "well in hand" by last
week. He reiterated that the au-
thorities were not protecting
Jewish traffic and that the gov-
ernment should make up its mind
to do so, or allow the Haganah to
take over. He pointed out that
Arab conveys travel under heavy
escort of British troops and Arab
Legionnaires..
Traffic Curtailed
By Bandit Snipers
JERUSALEM, (JTA)After a
week-long lull, violent disturb-
ances have resumed in Palestine
as Arab bands have begun in-
tensified operations in what ap-
pears to be an attempt to isolate
Jewish cities, towns and settle-
ments by cutting inter-urban
road traffic.
Most of the engagements be-
tween the Haganah and roving
Arab bandits arise from attacks
on Jewish convoys by snipers
and bombing squads, although
the heaviest battles have been
taking place in Haifa and the Tel
Aviv-Jaffa border districts. What
was probably the bloodiest single
engagement since the outbreaks
began took place in Haifa on
Christmas Day when 40 Arabs
were killed and more than 70
wounded in day-long attacks on
Jews and Jewish positions. Ha-
ganah defense squads suffered
comparatively light losses, with
three dead and several wounded.
In the meantime Arab-Jewish
clashes showed no signs of abat-
ing. The death toll in Palestine
as a result of those clashes has
reached a total of over 400. A
clash over the week-end at the
Damascus gate in Jerusalem
(Continued on Page 4)
Jewish Agency
Halts Immigration
JERUSALEM (WNS) Two
transports bearing over 15.000
uncertified Palestine-bound ref-
ugees sailed through the Bos-
porus, according to reports
reaching here.
Another ship with an estimated
750 Jewish immigrants was in-
tercepted by British warships in
Palestine's territorial waters. A
ship with approximately 650 im-
migrants was also said to have
been intercepted.
The two vessels passing the
Bosporus were the Pan Crescent
and Pan York. They left anchor
after inspection by Turkish of-
ficials. The two ships, Pana-
manian .vessels, were said to
have reached Constanza, Ru-
mania, about three months ago,
when* preparations were made to
ship uncertified immigrants to
Palestine. The refugees who were
Expansion Seen
For Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Large-
scale expansion of Tel Aviv is
foreseen here following the joint
acquisition by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the Tel Aviv
municipality of some 4,600 dun-
ams (1,500 acres) of land in the
Sarona colony which was found-
ed by Germans in 1870 and which
served as a Nazi stronghold in
Palestine prior to the outbreak of
the war. During the war Sarona
became the site of a detention
camp for German nationals resid-
ing in Palestine.
Overseas Delegation Reports Sun.
What will undoubtedly be one
of the largest assemblages in the
history of Greater Miami Jewry,
is scheduled to take place at the
Steak House next Sunday morn-
ing when the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will sponsor
an all-day conference to receive
the detailed reports of its Over-
seas Delegation.
Behind-the-scenes activity at
Federation headquarters this past
week indicates that the Jewish
community will respond in great
numbers to the invitation mailed
to more than 12,000 Jewish fam-
ilies in Greater Miami..
Fiinal details of the program
were announced yesterday by
Jacob Sher, President of the
Federation. The meeting is sched-
uled to begin with a breakfast at
10:00 o'clock and the speaking
program will get under way at
11:00 o'clock.
The program will include the
following:
Introduction of the 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign Chairman, Joseph R.
Stein;
A talk on "Why an Overseas
Delegation in 1947," by Stanley
C. Myers;
Federal ion Board
To Set Goal
Preceding the all-day con-
ference, the Board of Gover-
nors of Federation will meet on
Saturday night, January 3, at
7:30 at Kaplan Hall in Temple
Israel to consider the recom-
mendations of the Federation
Budget Committee.
The Budget Committee un-
der the, chairmanship of Abra-
ham Goodman has had eight
meetings since last September
and has considered the ap-
plications of a number of local
and national agencies for par-
ticipation in the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
The Budget Committee will
submit recommendations for
Federation allocations to these
agencies. The Board of Gov-
ernors is then expected to give
its final approval to the Budget
Committee's recommendations
at its Saturday night session.
An address welcoming the
members of the Overseas Mis-
sion by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man;
A report of the Resolution
Committee;
A report on the recent At-
lantic City Conference of the
United Jewish Appeal by Wm.
D. Singer;
Presentation of the 1948
needs by Abe Goodman;
Individual reports by the
members of the Overseas Mis-
sion by Mrs. Monte Selig, Max
Orowitz and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man;
Report of the Resolution
Committee and action thereon
by the Conference.
President Jacob Sher will pre-
side at the morning session and
Stanley C. Myers will be in the
chair during the mid-day session..
It is expected that the Confer-
ence will determine the goal of
the 1948 campaign. A recom-
mendation fixing the size of the
goal will be brought in by the
Resolutions Committee and fol-
lowing discussion will be acted
on by the Conference.
Morris Klass, Executive Direc-
tor of Federation, said yesterday
that in view of the limited ac-
commodations, reservations for
the breakfast will be honored in
order of their receipt. Tickets for
the breakfast have been priced
at $1.00.
Lehman, LevinlhaL Schwartz to Address
33rd JDC Annual Meeting in N. Y.Jan. 4
Herbert H. Lehman
Judge Louis E. Levlnthal
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
: Marking ike completion of one-third of century of hIiUimc to Jewish men, women and children
throughout the world, the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency aiding distressed Jcw
broad, will hold its Thirty-third Annual Meeting in the Hotel Commodore, New York, on Sunday, Janu
Following his resignation as
a member of the Jewish Agency
executive. Dr. Moiht Sneh this
week indicated that he intends
to resign also from the General
Zionist Party and form a "pop-
ular Opposition Party." within
the World Zionist Organisation.
designated for the trip had sold
and disposed of all their belong-
ings, including homes, in prepara-
tion for the voyage. They had also
resigned from jobs they had been
holding. In the meantime the
Jewish Agency was reported to
have ordered cancellation of the
ships' departure in compliance
(Continued on Page 4)
ary 4. The meeting, at which JDC Chairman Edward M. M. Warburg will preside, will hear addreaaea by
Herbert H. Lehman, former Governor of New York and Director-General of L'NRRA, who U a JDC Vice-
Chairman; Judge Louis E. Levinthal, U. S. AdvUer on Jewish Affairs to the American Military Governor of
Cermany; and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, Chairman of the JDC European Executive Council, who will de-
liver an eyewitness report on the overseas scene. The meeting will be open to the public J.D.C receives Its
funds through the United Jewish Appeal.
Truman To Receive
Dr. Baeck at White House
Dr. Leo Baeck, 75 year old
president of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism, who ar-
rived in the United States today,
will be received at the White
House on Wednesday, January
7th, by President Truman, it was
announced by Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath, president of 'Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, .
Our Deadline
All copy on events intended
for publication must be in the
Jewish Floridian office not
later than Tuesday evening
of the week of publication.
All material received after
thai time will receive second-
ary attention with publication
doubtful.
This deadline will be strict-
ly enforced.
$150.00 Raised For
Erection of Chapel
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)Ap-
proximately $150,000 has been
raised toward the construction of
an inter-faith chapel here to
honor four chaplains of the Jew-
ish, Catholic and Protestant
faiths who died aboard a tor-
pedoed troop transport in 1943
after they had given their life
preservers to soldiers who had
none.


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+Jewish noridi&n
PAGE THREE
Irs. Myers Presides
At Council Tea
Bfational Council of Jewish
Women. Miami section, will hold
their annual membership tea on
Wednesday, January 7, at 1:30
p.m., at the Robert Richter hotel,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Stanley C.
Ifyers presiding.
^phis tea will pay honor to
Mrs. Monte Selig, who has recent-
ly returned from
a tour of inspec-
tion of DP camps
in Europe and a
yiait in Palestine.
Mrs. Selig as
guest speaker
Will report on
her observations
overseas. It will
also honor all
members. new
and prospective,
at part of Coun-
cil's membership expansion pro-
gram, of which Mrs. Elry Stone
iB chairman, and Mis. Edward L.
Cowen, co-chairman. .
Mrs. David Catsman, program
chairman, has secured for the
musical program. Dr. Paul Beck,
operatic tenor who will be ac-
companied by Mme. Olga Bibor
8tern. Mme. Stern will also play
gypsy music.
H*he entire program is being
dedicated to Council's overseas
projects. Among the various pro-
jects sponsored, are two homes
for girls, one in Paris and one in
Athens, Greece; several orphan-
ages, and a scholarship program,
which today enables fifteen qual-
ified European w imen to study
in American universities. Mrs.
Alex Libow, chairman of SOS,
is requesting that all who attend
bring a gift of games, books, or
small items of clothing for chil-
dren between the ages of 11 and
15, as part of the Ship A 15. .-
for war orphans.
Committee members and host-
esses for the afternoon will be:
Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. Ben Bron-
Mrs. Emil Gould, Mrs.
JEWS IN SPORTS
Hank Greenberg finally has
undergone an operation to re-
move the bone chips in his right
elbow and according to his doctor
is coming along splendidly. The
fact that Hank, at 37, went under
the knife indicates that he in-
tends to prolong his baseball ca-
reer. He has always wanted to
finish his playing days in New
York City and may sign with the
New York Yankees. On the other
hand, he has always been a great
admirer of Joe McCarthy and
would relish playing under the
irish manager for Boston. The
Boston Red Sox left field fence
is short enough to offer an at-
tractive target for Hank's boom-
ing bat and Red Sox owner Tom
Yawkey is one solon who doesn't
argue about a buck. If McCarthy
wants Hank to play first base for
him Yawkey will shell out the
dough.

Moe Becker, former Duqucsne
University basketball flash, who
played with the Philadelphia
Sphas and sundry teams in the
B.A.A. League as well as in the
now defunct Basketball League of
America, is returning to his alma
mater as assistant coach to the
famous Chick Davies. Davies has
long sought an ideal assistant to
relieve him of the numerous de-
tails involved in coaching a large
squad. He feels that Becker is of
the best qualified of his recen!
graduates to take over the post
In addition to helping with the
coaching of the Dukes Moe will
continue playing pro ball with
the Altoona Edwards, a fast club
sponsored by a Pittsburgh suit
and cloak merchant.
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In Birmingham
Southern Judaeans from eight
states gathered in Birmingham,
Ala. last week end to take part
in the Region's first winter con-
clave in many years.
Lectures of the three-day
program included an address by
Abe Berkowitz, chairman of the
Regional Youth commission and
immediate past president of the
Southeastern ZOA Region; the
organizational meeting of the
Regional Youth Judaean Leaders'
Council headed by Mrs. George
Shendleman of Memphis. Tenn.:
an oratorical contest on the sub-
ject: "A Young Zionist Views the
Action taken by the United Na-
tions on Palestine;" and a talk
by Herman Popkin, Atlanta,
Youth Director of the Southern
Zionist Youth Commission.
Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Henry Wolff,
Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mrs. Abe
Rubin, Mrs. Albert Green and
Mrs. Joseph Gleicher. .
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Flagler Kennel Club
Opens 1948 Season
On Monday Night
All is ready for the big official
opening at West Flagler Kennel
club, Florida's No. 1 greyhound
racing track, Jan. 5.
The racing plant has been re-
painted and dressed up, while the
racing strip has been resurfaced
and many records are sure to lall
when the cream of the nation's
Dirby stars start scampering over
the track.
Jacob Sher, president, and Wil-
liam L. Huntley, vice-president
and general manager, predict a
banner year for the picturesque
Flagler oval. More than 10 000
witnessed Flagler's opening last
year, while this mark is expected
to fall Jan. 5. Indications are that
more than a half million will see
dog racing at the Flagler oval
during the coming meeting.
Such famous raving dogs as
Carmen Mc, winner of the Rayn-
ham Derby; Dry Lake, winner of
the National Championship Stakes
at Revere Beach, Mass.: Beach-
comber, winner of the Portland
Derby; and My Topsy, winner of
the Butte, Montana, Derby, will
run at Flagler this year.
In all there are more than 600
dogs registered at Flagler for the
coming meeting.
West Flagler again this year
will present many exclusive fea-
tures. Flagler will have the fa-
mous all-glass starting box, w here
he dogs are visible to the fans
at all times; the track will time
greyhounds to one-tenth ol a
second; while Flagler will again
have the electric describer board
which calls the greyhounds at the
various positions on the tracK.
Red Cross Goal
Set At $321,000
H. H. Hyman, chairman of the
Dade county chapter, American
Red Cross, announced Saturday
that the goal to be reached in the
1948 Fund Campaign during
March is $321,000 a sum not
much greater than the amount
spent in Dade counnty during the
past three and a half months
for the single service of Disaster
Relief. Of this amount approxi-
mately $242,000 or 75^ will re-
main in Dade county to carry on
local programs. The 1948 quota
represents an increase over the
1947 goal of $20,000.
Reporting on expenditures for
disaster rahabilitation and relief
as a result of two hurricanes and
the floods in Dade county this
year, Hyman said, "Red Cross
has spent over $255,000 thus far
for actual reliief work. Before the
job is finished, the figure may be
more than the 1948 fund quota,
since there are 243 disaster cases
stilil pending.
Although disaster relief has
played a leading role in the Red
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Tuesday at 1 p.m. Cards and Mah
Jongg are planned after the short
business session.
Members that have filled their
quotas for ads for the Journal
will be given their free donor
luncheon tickets, according to
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2.
EDITORIAL
TIIH HOMELESS
Recenth al the annual convention oi the
FflAS Council in New York Samuel A Telse]
president oi the organiiat.on pointing oul thai
Palestine during the next few yean will not be
able to absorb all oi the displaced lews who
will need to emigrate called upon the nationi oi
the world tc i rnmediats entrj oi lewish
refugees Since immigration into Palestine must
in the rove and not all who will
be sagei j knocking al the doo* oi the lee *h
itate can with the best will in the world be ad-
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declared the bead .-: the Hebrew Sheltering and
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utwi lens n the United Stc
nake everj effort to gel Congress tc pan
the Stratton bill toi l \e admission oi 40C DOC n
gees o i or dui g a 4-yeai period I
i bill w ad le adorsement of
a large numbei oi prom neni \mej car
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Jews oi the World
YESIUYAS tBt 1 #f it,< y
The announcement that the Yeshiva Uil
ty in New York, under the aegis of Dr. S^?*]
Belkin, was expanding its building facihUes
order to meet the rising admission application. !l
students will be greeted with satisfact.on through
out all Jewish communities in the United State
The tragedy of Europe's Jews has. ntcessaril"
diverted the attention of American Jewry from I'
own problems. While we were asked, end fauM
:o contribute toward the maintenance and
habilitation of the Jewish survivors abroad, it Wai
but natural for us to neglect the specific problem,
facing American Jewry.
The sad status of Jewish education in America
is only too well known to all of us. Therefore, it
is glad news to hear that a Jewish institution of
learning is expanding its facilities re meet en
fed enrollments.
War I when conditions in the world were vastly
different from what they are today. According to
those quota laws, immiqrants from those coun-
tries where the need for emigration is res: urqent,
are limited to a trickle, while those nal -s where
the r.eeci for emigration is not greet have lares
--.::"::.-. quotas which remain unfilled This
.5 a crying injustice which Congress should bs
called upon to correct
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ra Rose Schwartz Weds
r. Soin men At Robert Riehter
Now returning from their wedding trip to Nassau, tire Mr.
Htl Mrs. Norman Edwin Sommers, two Duke University sen-
tits whose double ring ceremony took place against a floral
king in the Robert Riehter hotel, December 23. Rabbi Max
fcnapiro performed the ritual assisteed by Cantor Maurice
Mrs. Norman Som,tners
Munches.
The former Miss Sara Rose
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and
Mr*. Meyer Schwartz of 2200
Brickell ave.. and Mr. Sommers.
son of Mr. and Mrs. George S.
Sommers, Paterson, N.J., are to
reside in Durham, N.C.. while
finishing their studies. They con-
template making their home in
Miami following graduation in
June.
Mrs. George Bernstein was
matron of honor, and Miss Bar-
biri. Sachs of New York City,
maid of honor, for Mrs. Sum-
mers. She was also attended by
Miss Shirley Finkelstein, Wil-
mington, N.C.; Miss Cecile Som-
mers, Paterson, N.J.; Miss Bar-
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Julian Weinkle, and Miss Miriam
Scheinberg, all of Miami.
Milton Schwartz, Brooklyn, N.
Y., served as his nephew's best
man. Ushers included Charles
Berman, Mount Vernon, N.Y.; Al-
bert Levine, Wilmington, N.C.;
Norman Galinkin, Toms River.
N.J.; and Howard K. Schwartz,
Julian H. Weinkle, Elmer Oli-
phant Jerome S. Frankel and
George Bernstein, all of Miami.
Mrs. Ann Pastroff, pianist, and
Miss Irene Patty, vocalist, sup-
plied the musical background
prior to and during the ceremony.
Mrs. Marshall Kline of Char-
lotte, N.C., cousin of the bride,
took charge of the guest book.
A receptiion and dinner for
s took place in the Neptune
ijuiu of the hotel at the conclu-
sion of the marriage rites.
A native Miamian, the bride is
a graduate of Miami Senior High.
She is now majoring in political
science at Duke university where
she is a past president of Alpha
Epsilon Phi and a member of the
Hillel foundation. Mrs. Sommers
has been a prominent figure in
B'nai B'rith Girls as past presi-
dent of the national organization
and the first president of Fifth
District. She was also active
many years ago as president of
the local BZB chapter. The Mi-
amian is currently engaged as
councillor for the national office.
Mr. Sommers attended schools
in Paterson and is now studying
chemistry at Duke where he is a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity. During the war he serv-
ed 45 months in the army, 16
with the 42d Rainbow Division in
the European Theater.
Out-of-town guests for the
wedding included: Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Home, New York City; Mrs.
Frank Schuster, Laurelton, Long
island; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sch-
wartz, Newport News, Va.; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Mr.
Herbert Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Schwartz, all of Charlotte,
N.C.: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sch-
wartz, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs.
William Shenker. Fairlawn, N.J.;
Mr. and Mrs. David Steinberg,
Forest Hills, N.Y.; Miss June Vi-
godsky, Newberry, S.C.; Mrs.
Louis Schreiher and Dr. Walter
Schreiber, Mrs. Rose Dubey and
Mr. Joseph Dubey, all of Brook-
lyn.
Henry Forer
Entertains Cousins
Henry Forer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Forer of 1610 S.W.
20th st., entertained at his home
Tuesday with a buffet supper
and party for his many cousins
visiting Miami over the holidays.
Among those present were
David and Paul Walsk of Free-
port, L. I., and Ruth and Robert
Zeitlin of Peekskill, L. I. They
are staying with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walsk. Mrs.
Bessie Zeitlin, and a grandfather,
Morris Walsk, at the Netherlands
hotel. Also attending the party
was Linda Lieberman of Forest
Hills who with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Lieberman, is
visiting her gi and pa rents. Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Lieberman of
Miami Beach..
Morton Tritt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Tritt of Miami Beach,
who is home from Riverside Mili-
tary Academy, and Norma and
Marianne Kanter of Passaic. N. J.,
spending the winter with their
mother, Mrs. Jane Kanter, in
Surfside, were also present.
Gordon Gerson; son of Dr. and
Mrs. George Gerson of Coral
Gables, brought another cousin,
his house guest Stephen Engel
of Brooklyn.
According to Mrs. Forer, all
the cousins are approximately
the same age .and this has been
first time that they were all to-
gether at once.
Albin-Pardo Marriage Vows
Exchanged At Rlaekstone Sunday
Miss Doris Albin and Joseph Pardo exchanged vows De-
cember 20 in the Blackstone hotel under a canopy decorated
with huckleberry and white flowers against a background of
candlelight, white gladioli and white asters.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer officiated
at the ceremony whiich was fol-
I rving Kushmans Depart For
Latin America Honeymoon
A candlelight service against an altar banked with palms,
ferns, white gladiolas and white chrysanthemums, united Miss
Doris C. Malmud and Irving A. Kushman in the Neptune Room
of the Robert Riehter hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman performed the early evening ceremony, Wednesday,
December 4.
Reception and dinner for all
guests followed the wedding.
Miss Aniita Malmud and Mrs.
Herbert S. Joseph were maid of
honor and matron of honor, re-
spectively, for their sister.
The groom chose his brother-
in-law, Sidney Komar of Red-
bamk, N.J., as his best man.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Malmud of 463 S.W. 28th
Rd.. the bride is a graduate of
Miami Senior High. She was
graduated from the University of
Miami summa cum laude. Mrs.
Kushman was associated with
the American embassy in Mexico
City for a year and a half and
more recently engaged in Latin
American research in New York
City.
Mr. Kushman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Kushman,
of Brooklyn. He studied at Union
College and Harvard Law School
and now practices law in New
York City.
Following their honeymoon
trip through Montego Bay, King-
ston, Jamaica, Havana and other
points of interest in Cuba, the
couple will stop in Miami for a
short while before traveling to
Great Neck, L.I., where they are
to reside.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Komar from
Red Bank; Mrs. Joseph Pintoff,
Watertown, Conn., Dr. and Mrs.
Jerome Covey, Great Neck; Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Levine, Long
Beach, L.I.; Mr. Daniel Shapiro,
Mrs. Kushman
Mrs. Pardo
lowed by a reception and dinner.
Mrs. Pardo, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Albin, 1918 New York City
Liberty ave., Miami Beach, was
attended by her sister, Mrs David I
Kaminsky of New York, matron
of honor, and Miss Toby Cooper
of Miami Beach, maid of/honor.
Miss Miriam Perahie, the groom's
cousin, was junior bridesmaid,
and Marilyn Pardo, his niece, was
flower girl.
Jack Pardo was best man for
his brother, while Albert Pardo,
Stanley Saval, David Kaminsky.
Gershon Miller, Frank Zieve, and
Marvin Cooper served as ushers
The bride was graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High school
where she was a member of the
National Honor Society, and at-
tended the University of Miami.
She is president of the Greater
Miami unit of Junior Hadassah.
executive secretary of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, and executive
secretary of the Zionist Youth
Commission.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Isie Pardo.
1239 15th St.. Miami Beach, the
groom attended schools in New
York, and served in the Weather
Division of the Army Air Forces,
for three and one half years. At
present he is atttending the law
school at the University of Miami
and is associated with S. A. Good-
man, realtor. Mr. Pardo is also
president of the Greater Miami
unit of Masada.
Reverend Grauel
At Beth Miolom
Rev. Stanley Grauel, volunteer
crew member of the refugee ship
Exodus 1947, accepted an engage-
ment this week to speak at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach,
January 14. His address will be
under the auspices of Masada and
Junior Hadassah, young adult af-
filiates of the Zionist Organiza-
tions of America.
Rev. Grauel witnessed the cap-
ture of the ship, packed with
thousands of Jews fleeing the
terrorism and oppression of
Europe, by units of the British
navy. He is the author of several
articles in the New York Times
describing the fight with the
British and refuting a number of
British statements as to conditions
in Palestine.
Okouneffs Celebrate
Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Shaya Okouneff
>f 126 S.W. 16th ave. celebrated
their golden anniversary this
veek with a reception at their
home.
Married in Russia, the couple
has six children, four grand-
children and one great-grand-
child. They came here from Chi-
cago seven years ago.
Attending the reception were
three daughters, Mrs. Fannie
Marsh of Miami and Mrs. Eva
Miller and Mrs. Mary Joseph of
Chicago, and a son, Lazare
Okouneff of Miami.
Mrs. Bella Lyse and Mrs.
Bronia B a r b a s h two other
daughters, called from Shanghai,
China, during the celebration.
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IOOI* Auxiliary
Install* Officers
Mrs. George Lebowitz will be
installed as noble grand of Sun-
shine Rebekeh lodge 9 at a joint
service with the Sunshine lodge
,if the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, January 3. Ceremonies
are scheduled to take place at 8
p.m. in the Nemo hotel, Miami
Beach. All Odd Fellows and Re-
bekahs have been invited to at-
tend.
Also chosen to serve with Mrs.
Lebowitz as leaders of the aux-
iliary for 1948 are: Mrs. Milton
Adlcr, vice grand; Mrs. Hen-
rietta Fishman, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Morris Brooks, finan-
cial secretary, and Mrs. Joe Guer-
ino, treasurer.
Mrs. David Granat is to be
warden; Mrs. Harry Kunstlich,
nmductor; Mrs. Sam Bromberg,
chaplain; Mrs. Lou Weisman,
right supporter to noble grand;
Mrs. Morris Kleiner, left sup-
porter to noble grand.
Others include Mrs. Al Jacobs,
right supporter to vice grand;
Mrs. Leo Fisher, left supporter to
vice grand; Mrs. Harry Roseman,
inside guardian; Mrs. Ben Teitel,
outside guardian, and Mrs. Jack
Theodore, flag* bearer.
Trustees are Mrs. Abe Press-
man, first year; Mrs. Bessie Co-
lv ii. second yeear, and Mrs. Flor-
Zorn, third year; Miss Pau-
I'hefferman is musician.
hillilisni i on mil
Plans Conference*
ST. LOUIS, MO.The rela-
ti mship of Americans of Jewish
th to the newly created "Jew-
state and other questions
will be considered by the
irth annual conference of
Ihe American Council for Ju-
:n to take place in St.
Louis, January 17, 18 and 19, ac-
c ding to Elmer Berger, execu-
tive director, who said delegates
from more than 20 states will con-
sider the recommendations of
ial committees which have
been studying the United Na-
tions' decision as related to the
nization'a program.
B'nai B'rith Women
Present Dunninger
"The Great Dunninger," master
mental telepathist and magician
who has been peering into the
minds of thousands of men, wom-
en and children over a period of
years in the major radio studios
of America, and in theatres halls
and auditoriums all over the
country, is coming to Miami on
January 20th at 8:30 p.m. He will
make a personal appearance un-
der the auspicies of the Miami
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
at the Municipal Auditorium.
Bayfront Park. Miami manage-
ment of Dunninger is under Ruth
Brotman.
Dunninger promises to baffle
and thrill his audience with a
series of amazing experiments in
thought-reading, similiar to those
with which he has been enter-
taining radio and theatre audi-
ences for years. He will attempt
to read thoughts from the minds
of many members of the audi-
ence.
Over a period of years. Dun-
ninger has reputedly tuned in on
the thoughts of the Duke of
Windsor, six presidents of the
United States, the late Thomas
A. Edison, Gov. Dewey and many
leading statesmen. Serving as
guest judges on Dunninger's radio
series have been such eminent
personalities as Henry J. Kaiser.
Jack Dempsey, Edwin C. Hill and
other celebrities.
>liss IVI'I m a ii
Most Active BUG
Miss Florence Feldman was se-
lected as the "most active girl
of the year" and was crowned
Queen at the DEBBS Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Young Women, 3rd
Birthday Dinner and Dance held
Dec. 20.
The Queen's four ladies-in-
waiting were Jean Nevel, Roslyn
Morris, Trudi Lach and Adele
Ziff. Guests at the affair includ-
ed Mr. & Mrs. Marx Feinberg
(Mrs. Feinberg is the DEBBS' ad-
visor) and Mr. and Mrs. D. Sha-
piro of Detroit.
An added event to the eve-
ning's plans was the announce-
ment of the engagement of Paula
Lach," DEBBS' secretary, to Lee
Rosenblum, of Paterson, N.J.
A regular meeting of the
Coral Gables Lodge B'nai
B'rith will be held Tuesday, at
8:15 p.m. at Hillel House
Foundation, 3306 Ponce de
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Dr.
Leonard Glicksiein, president,
nounced.
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PAGE NINE
Elio Fight
teds Increase
Le cost of fighting polio has
docketed during the past year,
Cleary, director of the
[eh of Dimes campaign? which
L January 15, said today, in
Lting out that rising prices and
Liting polio incidence have
fed a tremendous burden on
National Foundation for In-
Jtile Paralysis.
lointing out that the local
bter maintains a special ward
'Jackson Memorial Hospital
treatment of polio cases.
ferdlcss of race, creed, color or
Xncial status, Cleary added
|t more money will be needed
year than ever before to
the best treatment medical
fence can provide for anyone
c-ken.
polio has increased 150 per
It during the last five years,"
fcniy stated, "and it should be
Tfmting to residents of Dade
Cnty t know that their contri-
tions are used to maintain a
In I for treatment of everyone
jj, ken. There is no more dread
Pady than polio and I feel that
v resident should give as
[id, as possible as insurance for
treatment of their own chil-
n, should they suddenly be-
n- afflicted.
?There is no red tape about
Tti ring a patient stricken with
I in the ward at Jackson
[ ial Hospital. Members of
i ace are immediately taken
land there is no cost for treat-
\w\. if they are unable to pay.
resident, therefore, is
(1 to give generously and
loudly this year and contribu-
L will be properly received
| essed simply to March of
, Miami."
lollywood Kennel
las Record Crowd
111 llywood Kennel club's open-
|C Saturday night, in the coldest
Wit of the track's history.
t it more than 4,000 to bet
t: $8,000 for the Inaugural
favorites reported for this week
lude Tullera Rose, daughter of
pal Rube-Gravel Gertie, who
second in the Boston Derby
Wonderland Park. Beau Bait
t\\ Randall's favorite, and
Lsi rette and Vick B, littermates
^longing to F. L. Brunts, were
well received.
Kennedy Blames Public
For Inferior Movies
Rocking with laughter at fre-
quent intervals, 1,000 men and
women thoroughly enjoyed Town
Hall Forum's third program in
the White Temple Monday night
when Harold J. Kennedy, "zany
intellectual," actor and producer,
recounted numberless anecdotes
of stage, screen and radio in sup-
port of his thesis that the public
is getting exactly the type of en-
tertainment it demands and sup-
ports.
Don't blame the producers and
sponsors for the mass appeal on
a low intelligence level, the audi-
ence was warned. Kennedy de-
clared that when the public re-
fuses to witness these films or to
listen to low-brow radio shows.
then they will disappear quickly,
being replaced by entertainment
that meets public approval.
Rev. Ashton Almand of White
Temple paid tribute to H. A.
Binder, president of Town Hall,
praising him on the success of
the series.
Town Hall Forum will present
its fourth and last program of the
season on Feb. 26, when Dorothy
Thompson will speak on "These
Crucial Days." Tickets for this
final talk are available at the
offices of Temple Israel and the
White Temple. They also will be
o: sale at the White Temple the
night Miss Thompson speaks.
.SI0.004 Handicap
At (viilfstream
An outstanding array of
thoroughbreds has been nomi-
nated for Saturday's renewal of
the $10,000 Hallandale Handiicap
at Gulfstream Park, mile and a
furlong race which honors the
home of the Broward County
course. Final tabulation finds 18
horses eligible for the event, a
major test for the closing day
Gulfstream Park Handicap which
carries an endowment of $25,000
added.
The Hallandale is an eighth of
a mile shorter than the Gulf-
stream Park 'Cap, and from its
running should emerge the lead-
ing eligibles for the rich closing
day stake. The Calumet Farm,
unrepresented in Saturday's
event, plans to start either Fer-
vent or Armed (or both) in the
$25,000 classic, and only the best,
as represented by Saturday's out-
come, may accept so stern a test.
Greater Miami Collects 60,000 Pounds
In SOS Drive For Overseas Needs
Now on their way to inhabitants of DP camps and other
oppressed Jews in Europe are approximately 60,000 pounds of
food and clothing donated by citizens of Miami to the SOS
collection November 30 and the week following.
Two large shipments leaving Miami's dock were the result
of over 3,000 individual pickups made on "SOS" day and 500
follow-up collections obtained the*
week following that Sunday. Ac-
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cording to Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub, chairman of the campaign
for this area, the majority of
articles received were in new or
very good condition, though sev-
eral things were necessarily dis-
carded as not wearable. Warm
clothing, including fur coats and
men's top coats, and shoes were
predominate in the better arti-
cles, though every type of cloth-
ing was represented in the col-
lection.
Shown above are a few of the
250 to 300 volunteers who com-
prised the crew of workmen,
about 100 driving the trucks and
an equal number of women doing
the packing. The warehouse used
as the headquarters for deliveries
was offered by the City of Miami.
About 70 trucks were on the road.
made possible through the cour-
tesy of local merchants.
Future plans for the Supplies
for Overseas Survivors campaign
will be made this month at the
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations, parent organiza-
Itim of the local drive.
Mr. Monte Selig served as co-
chairman of the drive.
George J. Talianoff. Florida
Regional Director of the Anti-
Defamation League will address
the members of Isaac Levin
Lodge B'nai B'rith on Wednes-
day, January 7th, at 8:15 p.m..
it was announced by Richard
Gerslein. president.
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.Haganah Boys club of Miami
Beach will hold their first an-
niversary celebration at Temple
Beth Sholom this evening at 9:30
p.m.
Scheduled to speak for the eve-
ning are A. P. Gannes, director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
and Ronald M. Ansin, president
of the club.
Ansin is to be introduced on
Jeanette Tupler's Jewish News
events progrm this afternoon at
4 p.m. over Station WMBM, in
honor of the occasion-
Tonight's affair will feature the
first edition of the club's news-
paper. "The Haganah Reporter."
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Tuesday evening at 8:15 at Tem-
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His topic will be "Can The Bill of
Rights Operate in Dade County?"
Harry Zukernick is in charge of
the program and Walter Kovner.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1948
+Jewi*t) I her Minn
PAGE ELEVEN
OFF THE RECORD i
IWITHIN THE GATES .
The festive mood over the partition decision is over
[Zionist leaders are dispirited the way things are moving slowly
I. To all extent possible the constitution will reflect the princi-
ples of justice, equity and ethics as conceived by the Prophets
and the authors of the Talmud while at the same time reflecting
modern concepts of law There is strong sentiment for calling
the highest court "Sanhedrin" Separation of religion from
state is axiomatic Neither religion, race, nationality will bar
[any citizen from holding public office, from jobs, from social
benefits and from educational facilities Talk of securing a
permanent status of neutrality is gaining momentum Such
a status is held essential since a war involving the Jewish state
would affect the approximately 95 per cent of the Jewish people
who in all probability will live outside that state This will
be the first situation of its kind in history Watch for a Pales-
tine "brain-trust" with an American arm One of the brain-
trusters will be David Ginzberg, who made life miserable for
the Russians in Vienna by the penetrating method with which
he pushed them to the wll over reparations trouble ... A cer-
tain Jewish leader in Palestine whose name has not appeared
in print for a long time has been busy taking care of matters
usually within the purvey of a Chief-of-Staff ... If there is no
recession in the Arab attacks he will lead several picked
Haganah units in an endeavor to crush the resiistance with
one blow Palestine circles say Hilldring and Johnson might
not have been designated to wage the U.S. fight for partition
if former Governor Herbert H. Lehman had not counselled their
appointment.
THINKING ALOUD .
Hatikvah will not be retained as the national hymn of the
Jewish state though it has advocates who would change it to
comply with the new situation ... A poem by the Hebrew poet
Bialik, now popular in Palestine, has the best chance of getting
that distinction, though a hymn may be selected from a con-
test What if any will be the effect of Jewish statehood in
Palestine on anti-Semitism? Just now conjecture would be
out of place One thing is certain, should there be an eruption
of anti-Semitism in a given country the Jewish State will face a
difficult problem in handling the issue The problem of Ger-
many will raise sharp political debates Should a Jewish
state give diplomatic recognition even to a unified, reconstituted
and allegedly repentant Germany This guestion has many
facets but right now, and perhaps for years to come, it is hard
to see how a Jewish state could have diplomatic relations with
a country responsible for the slaying of 6,000,000 Jews Be-
cause of its strategic position, because the Jewish prophets were
the greatest apostates of peace and because of the peculiar
position of the Jews in other lands, it would seem only right
that the masters of international destiny impose a status ol
eternal neutrality on the Jewish state ... It took Britain no time,
even under the most adverse of circumstances, to remove
300,000 troops from Dunkirk What is holding up the speedy
evacuation of approximately 80,000 troops from Palestine? .
Which figure in Jewish history will appear on the first paper
currency of the Jewish state? This corner's guess is it will
be Herzl But it may be either King Solomon or King David
. There is talk of holding a World Zionist Congress before the
official establishment of the Jewish state but the plan may be
shelved if the trouble in Palestine does not subside soon .
Many Zionsts are advocating retention of the Congress as a
tradition The Jewish state will no doubt effect a revolution in
Jewish thinking throughout the world.
Sholom Asch's East Riiver is destined for oblivion on the
screen The author however will not take a too heavy finan-
cial loss from the breach of contract by one of Hollywood's
largest producers Grapevine contract was cancelled when
it was discovered he was writing for the Morninq Freiheit .
Gentlemen's Agreement is draw.ng huge crowds and deserv-
edly It iis a great artistic improvement over Crossfire .
The efficacy of the film as an instrument in the battle against
annnti-Semitism may not have been fully tested by these two
pictures ... But the success of those films shows the American
movie public wants themes of social significance .________
Rabbi Ever Here
fo Aid University
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, well-
known Jewish journalist and
spiritual leader of New York, is
now the guest of Miami Beach
Jewry. His visit to the area is to
further the welfare of Yeshiva
University so that it may con-
tinue to be a source of pride and
inspiration to American and
World Jewry," the Rabbi said.
Many of the rabbis and Jewish
leaders have given Rabbi Ever'
their cooperation and the oppor-
tunity to address the congrega- j
tions and a great number of hotels :
on behalf of the university.
Rabbi Ever, who represents the
only Jewish university on the
American continent, is the son-
in-law of the late Jewish leader.
Judah H. Levenberg. The visit-
ing rabbi is founder of the New
Haven and Cleveland Yeshiva.
author of the life and works ol
the late Rabbi Levenberg and
more recently of "Holiday Sym-
bols," which has received na-
tional recognition.
Known as the Rabbi Isaac
Ekhanan Theological Seminary,
the Jewish university has a pres-
ent enrollment of 1200 students
from 26 states and 20 foreign
countries with a faculty of 112
distinguished scholars and edu-
cators. Over 90 per cent of tht
students are on full or partia
scholarships. At least $912,000 is
necessary to meet its annual bud-
getary requirements besides its
needs to expand the school's
facilities.
Rabbi Ever's office is being
maintained on Miami Beach at
Hotel Abrams. 302 Euclid ave,
Miami Auxiliary
To Agod Homo
Plan* Card Party
Miami ladies auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged have
planned a card party to be held
at the Netherlands hotel, Miami
Beach. The affair is scheduled tc
begin at 7:30 p.m. Sunday eve-
ning.
Members and friends of the or-
ganization have been invited to
attend. Refreshments will be
served. Subscription price for the
afternoon will be $1.00.
RAY GORDON
Registered Land Surveyor
Accurate lot surveys at
reasonable rates.
1575 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach 39. Fla.
Phone 5-9929
THE PIONEER
WOMEN'S CLUB No.
1
Wishes to Thank the people of
The Dorann Apts
1244 Pennsylvania Avenue
For their Chanuka gift of
FIFTY DOLLARS
to the Jewish National Fund
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2,
C A L LIN G All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our eommu.
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!
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
SOS CALLS
To Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami:
The Jewish people of Miami Beach individually and through
their organizations, have contributed blood generously to the
Blood Bank oi 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
beneiited by blood are grateful for the generous cooperation
extended. At the same time, we express our gratitude and wish
to po.nt ou* 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
This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
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G. M. A. CLUB
150 S.E. 1st St. Miami
Miami Home Milk Producers
Assn.
2451 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami
Curry House Apts., Hotel Rooms
253 S.W. 2nd St. Miami
Dade Paper < Bag Co., Not Inc.
144N.E.21sSt. Miami
Dulaney's of Miami Beach, Inc.
4114131 St- Miami Beach
EGNER & MULCAHY TAILORS
202 Flagler St. 'Lorraine Arcade) Miami
FLAMINGO GOWi-J SHOPPE
318 Lincoln Ra.
FR1DEN CALCULATORS
153 N.E. 10th St. M:a:!U
Greenleaf 6, Crosby-jewelers
100C Lincoln ?.d. Miami Beach
DADE FAT AND GREASE CO
27,h Stree ffialeah
KENYON AUTO STORES
19C3 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
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1125 5th Street Miami Beach
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Miami
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1312-19 Congress Bldg. Miam>
Rheas Women's Apparel Shop
Mlanu Beach 91141,, St. Miami Beach
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142 N.W. 2nd bt.
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519 N.E. 2nd Ave.
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44fl2 N.W 27th Ave. M.
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5811 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami
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55 N.E. 24th St. Miami
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IIDAY, JANUARY 2. 1948
+Jewish thrlctiar)
PAGE THIRTEEN
ebrew Academy to Hold Meeting
The Hebrew Academy, the only
Lll-day school in this community
offering a program of education,
Combining a progressive Ameri-
can education in synthesis with
an intensive Hebrew training.
[will hold a general meeting for
[members and friends Wednesday
[night, January 7th, at 8 p.m., at
Ithe Academy auditorium, located
at 6th St., corner Jefferson ave...
[Miami Beach.
The meeting which will feature
I a program of outstanding speak-
I era, as well as a musical presenta-
tion by Cantor J. Goldring of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, is
I one of the series of monthly
features to which the general
public is invited.
The Hebrew Academy is a
project sponsored by the com-
munity and is the only one of its
kind in the southeastern region
of the United States. There are
over a hundred similar institu-
tions in the country with over
18.000 children attending these
schools. The local academy is
planned along modern and pro-
gressive lines in its general ap-
proach, as well as conduct of its
educational program.
The Hebrew Academy at the
present time offers classes for
the first, second, third and fourth
years of elementary school edu-
cation with additional higher
classes projected for commence-
ment February 1. 1948. There are
also a group of kindergarten
classes functioning at the Hebrew
Academy.
The classes of the Academy
meet daily from 8:30 to 9:30, dur-
ing which a rich program is Riven
to the boys and girls who attend
the school from the greater Mi-
ami and Miami Beach area. Hot
lunches are served to the chil-
dren, as well as afternoon refresh-
ments. A fleet of busses is in op-
eration to transport the children
to and from the school.
In addition to an active board
of directors, the officers of the
Hebrew Academy are: Dr. David
S. Andron. president; Harry
Leavitt, Isadore Goldberg, Paul
Grossinger, A. M. Baer, vice
presidents: Samuel Grundwerg
and David Levinson, co-treasur-
ers; Martin Genet, recording sec-
retary; Sam Reinhard, financial
secretary: Aaron Lauer, general
secretary.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CLUB SAVOY at number 535
N. W. Third Avenue In the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
Hi., said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. '
SAVOY CAFE, INC.
Aronowltz, Welnkle & Aronowltz,
Attorneys for Applicant,
II S I:; -19-26 1/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKBY (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name,
i.f ECONOMY FACKi.NU HOUSE at
City of lllaleah, Florida, Intends to
r.-glstcr said name with the Clerk or
the circuit Court of Oade County,
Florida.
joseph hkeoma.n.
ij:o sheiner,
1204-06 Pacific Hulldlng
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Applicant
12/12-19-28 1/2
West Flagler Officials Preside At Opening
Jacob Sher
William L. Huntley
Jacob Shar. president, and William L. Huntley. vice-president
and general manager of West Flagler Kennel club which is open-
ing officially Monday night. The plant and racing strip have been
refinished and many exclusive features added for the event.
8 RACES DAILY
Saturday's Feature
$10,000 Added
SUWANNEE RIVER
HANDICAP
NORTH OF MIAMI ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UONDRE8 AND COMPANY at 90S
l-angford Hulldlng, Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DOROTHY MONDRES
JOSEPH R. Mi INDUES
12/12-19-26 1/2-9
Vaad Hakashruth
Outlines Plans
The Vaad Hakashruth, the only
city-wide Kashruth Association
covering the greater area of Mi-
ami Beach and Miami, has
adopted plans this week for an
intensive program for the entire
year. Among the measures which
have been included in an over-
all schedule of, activities are: (a)
The education of the general pub-
lic in all matters incidental to
the observance of kashruth. (b)
Publicizing the names of all
poultry and butcher establish-
ments under the supervision of
the community Vaad Kakashruth.
(e) Expansion of the activities of
the organization to extend its
supervision in any other busi-
nesses in which kashruth observ-
ance is necessary, (d) The co-
ordination of all Jewish organ-
ization activity in the community
\ with the program of the Vaad
Hakashruth.
Details are now being arranged
for the implementation of this
far reaching program so that it
will become even more effective
and helpful to the entire Jewish
community, as well as to the
tourists.
The Vaad Kakashruth is a par-
ticipating agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
has amr.no its affiliatps thp fnl- Yn" are hereby notiried and re-
nas among us dimiaies me ioi- 1|Ulr<.(1 to appear to the Bin of corn-
lowing synagogues: Beth David \ plalnl riled In the above styled cause,
*m -..-... i n ., __ pi_____ton or before January 23, 194H, other-
Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro. |wtae ,,. f ,,,,, win be
Miami; Miami Beach Jewish i taken as confessed against you. i-et
.. ~ ... T __i this order bi- published once a wei-k
Community Center, Rabbi Irving I for |eM ,,,., ,,,,. iU.ccesive
Lohrman; Miami Jewish Ortho- ><* "" {*" Floridian, a
_ .. u I newspaper published in I lade County,
dox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Floridi
Grauer. Miami; Congregation
Beth Tfilah, Rabbi J. E. Rackov-
sky, Miami Beach; Temple Beth
Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Mi-
ami Beach.
Officers are: Harry Sirkin.
president; A. M. Baer, vice-presi-
dent; Hyman Sootin, secretary;
Samuel Lobel. treasurer.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is
the director and is available at
all times for any information re-
garding kashruth.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEUEBY OIVEN that
the undersigned- desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Kelly's Drive In at 1100 N. W. L
Jeune Road, Miami, Florida, Intend*
to register said name with the Ulem
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Elorlda.
KKIJ.VS INC.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Sevbold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the. undersigned, deslrimi to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Club 79 at 766 E. 28th Street, HlaleaM.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ot Dade County. Florida.
MAM H. BRUSS
Sole Owner
FRANK E. SOUIMON
Attorney for Petitioner
i'.im; Sevbold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till-.
UT11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No, 113696.
ADELL LEVEINE, Plaintiff, vs.
LAWRENCE LEVEINE. Defend-
ant.
To: LAWRENCE LEVEINE
Residence Unknown
Ijist known mailing address:
General Delivery
Red Bluff. California
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Fortune Stores at 27 N.E. 1st Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
METER FINE. INC.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Hey bold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
Roth Officer of NAWCAS
Nat Roth of Miami was elected
executive vice president of the
National Association of Women's
and Children's Apparel Salesmen
(NAWCAS) at a convention in
St. Louis last week. He was also
re-elected as president of the
NAWCAS Benevolent auxiliary
LEGAL NOTICES
Dated this (3rd day of December,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Mil.To.\ a. FRIEDMAN
Attornej at Law
I02S Beybold Building
Miami. Florida
12/26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....t
Cordon Roofing and Sheet Metal
Works at ill S.W. 22nd Avenue. -Mi-
ami, Florida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK GORDON
IDA R. CORDON
UANKORD S. FAfJNCE
Attorney for Applicant!
(M N.E. l.'ith Street
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
a t i; Plumbing Contractor! at 1121
Ocean Blvd.. N. Miami Beach. Fla..
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 'oiinty, Florida.
NATHAN UORELK'K
DAVID AUGUSTUS
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Petitioners
112 Congress Hldg.
12 19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
WILCKH ORIGINAL SAMPLE SHOP
at 211 North Miami Avenue. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of tne Circuit Court
ol Dade County, Florida.
EDITH K. WILCK
Petitioner.
MYERS. HEIMAN A: KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner
12/12-19-26 1/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Wilsons Package Store at 1017 N.W.
Tilth Street, Miami, Florida. Intends
to register Bald name with the Clerk
.if the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HUMAN MACK
Petitioner.
MYERS, IIKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Herman Mack
1'2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No.
18093,
RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK DEUTSCH. Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition tor
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Frank Deutsch deceased,
and that on the 2nd day of February,
IH4S. will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final rejKirt and for final discharge
as Executor of the Estate of Frank
Deutsch, deeea-sed.
This .list day of December, 1917.
LEWIS CHESTER,
Executor.
MAItX M. FEINHERO
Attorney for Executor.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Miami Watch Crystal Co, at 127 N.E,
1st Avenue. Miami. Fla. Intends to
reglstet said name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
ROBERT KUTNEK
Sole Owner
12 26 1/2-9-16-2.1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
BOSCART RADIO at 63 N. E. 2nd
Street. Miami, Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
CHARLES BOZART
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Club Savoy at .')3."i N.W. 3rd Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
ELLIOT SIMONS
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMK
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Poll DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 113723.
RUTH TOWERS, Plaintiff, vs.
NATHAN TOWERS, Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: NATHAN TOWERS,
1568 East 8th Street.
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the
above-styled cause on or before the
26th day of January. 1948; otherwise
the allegations of said Hill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
I.et this tjj-der he published once a
i-k for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FU)R1D1AN. a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 2Sth day of December,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
A. J. KAPLAN
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building ,,
Miami 32, Florida
l/2--l-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN trial
the unili-i signed, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
of ALLEN'S TRADING STORE at 14..
Northwest Fourteenth Street. .Miami.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court ol
I >ade County, Florida.
1:1 Til MILLER
Waaman, Silver & Sakowlti
Attorneys for Applicant
12 1:1-20 1 2-9-iii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
M A- s GROCERY at 4416 N.W. 17th
Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT F. SHANNON
Petitioner.
MYER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner.
12 IH-26 1/2-9-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. F1>I)K1DA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 113530.
KATHRYN MUELLER. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM MUELLER. Delendam.
TDK STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: WILLIAM MUELLER.
M Van Neaa Avenue
Rutherford, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to snpear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
above-styled cause on or before the
lth day of January, 1948; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORID1AN, a news-
paper published in Dade County. Flor-
ida.
DATED this 16 day of December.
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
171)3 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
12/19-26 1/2-9
ORDER OP PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOB DADE < 01 .> 1 1 ,
FMiRIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
113415.
MANUEL DRALUCK. PlalntUf, vs
HELEN MARIE DRALUCK. De-
fendant.
TO: Mrs. Helen Marie Draluck
9 West New Street
Olasboro, New Jeisey
*tU ARE HEREBY REgUlHED to
file an A|H>earance In the above di-
vorce action on or before January S,
1948, otherwise a Decree Pro Conresso
will be entered against you in accord-
ance with the laws of the State ot
FI01 Ida
DATED this loth day of December,
AD. 1947.
E, B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. UKKEN,
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KRE1SLER
Attorney for Plamtirf
1009 Pan American Bank Building
Miami, Honda
12/12-19-26 1/2
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1943
Medical Journal
Complete 20 Years
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
With the cut i
Volume H 1947, Th
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nal) concludi ntieth year
of su ,'1 under
the i I M si E '
M.D. Its contents are not con-
fined to techn
but are
tions covering
subjei -. '' Ine
medical profi '
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In t
Health. Dr. L. Olitzk
brew Univi
Contribution
for the Cont
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Tub. :
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great phi:
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Temple Urael, 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabb. Colman A. Zwilman; Dr.
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at the home of Miss Joan Ther-
mal! recently. Miss Betty Ann
Weinlraub has been named as
advisor.
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Final p:uiis :or the .l.uble eel*
bration by Pioneer W.,men .,"
No. 1. of the 46th anniversaryZ
the Jewish National Fund and
the establishment of the Jtu
Commonwealth were announce
recently by the club's JNf chair
man Mrs. J. Z. Stadl.in followm.
a meeting in her home, The af-
fair is scheduled for 3 p.m. Jan!
u;.i'v 4 at the Greate: Miami He".
biew Academy, 6th st md Jeffer-
son ave.. Miami Beach
Dr. David S. Andn.n and Rabbi
M;ix Shapiro have be- n invited to
esa the gathering Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring will pffer sev-
eral vocal selections ao-ompanied
by Joseph Schreibman Pales-
tinian movies are to l>e shown
and refreshments served. Mrs
Stadlan will presid.
In charge of arrangements are:
Mis Sara Feinstein. Mrs Minnie
Mendelsohn, Mrs. Lena Kaplan,
Mrs. Mary Stepkin. Mrs Pearl
Kreiger, Mrs. Shirley Queen, Mrs.
Harry Seitlin. Mrs. Sara Shapofl,
Mis B. Kramer and Mrs. Lena
1'ushkin, president.
Tickets will be available at the
door.
Double Tennis Finals
At Henderson Park
Finals in the Sholom Lodge
B'nai B'rith tennis doubles will
be held Sunday at 10 a.m., at
Henderson Park. The team of
Pi j Botwin and Milton A.
iman will meet the team of
Sol Rovin and Dave Frank in
!:nal match which Is sched-
uled to close the lode, tennis
11 ati nament.
B twin and Friedman defeated
Ferrj Freehling and Leonard
Egert last Sunday to enter the
Is..
Loving cup trophies will be
formally presented to the win-
ners by President Sam Silver at
the next lodge meeting Tuesday,
January 13.


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+Jewlst> nor Id ton
PAGE FIFTEEN
LIVES OF dURTTMESV
MOSHE; SHERTOK_
o- i. .1 b, NORMAN and SOI NOl.il
.... b, RHODA B SIMON
Wm IS THt STORY Of A JEWISH
DIPLOMAT WHO fUlrlUED A LIFE-
LONG AMUTMW BY TAKING PART W
THE CREATION Of A JEWISH STATE --
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BORNJN RUSSIA IN 1895, SHERTOK
MOVED TO PALESTINE IN 1906. WHERE
HE WAS RAISED IN AN ISOLATED
ARAB VILLAGE.
AFTER STUDYING LAW AT THE UNIVERSITY Of
CONSTANTINOPLE IN 1915. HE WAS DRAFTED
INTO THE TURKISH ARMY AT THE OUTBREAK
OF WORLD WAR I. HOWEVER, HE RISKED HIS
LIFE WORKING UNDER COVER TO CREATE THE
JEWISH LEGION WHICH FOUGHT WITH BRITAIN'S
GENERAL ALLEN8Y TO LIBERATE PALESTINE.
HERE THE LAD GOT HIS ELEMEN-
TARY TRAINING IN RELATIONS
WITH ARABS SINCE HIS FAMILY
WERE THE ONLY JEWS IH THE AREA
WITH THE ARRIVAL Of PEACE. SHERTOK
STUOIED AT THE LONDON SCHOOL Of ICONO
MICS, SPECIALIZING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE.
WHILE IN ENGLAND HE MARRIED ZIPORAH, A .
CHILDHOOD SWEETHEART. S *
IN 1922, HE JOINED THE STAFF Of
DAVARTAHEMEWDAILY.ANDWAS
ITS MANAGIN6 EDITOR FROM WJ TO
1931.
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TWO YEARS LATER, HE BECAME
CHAIRMAN OF THE POLITICAL DE-
PARTMENT OF THE JEWISH A6ENCY-
- A POSITION TO WHICH HE HAS
BROUGHT MUCH DIGNITY AND
WHICH HE STILL RETAINS
DURING WORLD WAR I. IT WAS
SHERTOK WHO ORGANIZED THE
JEWISH BRIGADE WHOSE FEATS
OF BRAVERY ARE HISTORY TODAY.
SHERTOK REACHED THE CLIMAX Of HIS CAREER TO
OATE, WITH THE TREMENDOUS WORK HE PUT IN AT
THE PALESTINE SESSIONS OF THE UNITEO NATIONS.
CALLED THE FUTURE MINISTER Of THE JEWISH
STATE--THIS IS __
AFTER V-J DAY, SHERTOK WAS IN A
MUTISM CONCENTRATION CAMP fOR 4*
MONTHS ALONG WITH OTHER MEMBERS Of
THE JEWISH AGENCY EXECUTIVE IN RETAL-
IATION FOR THE ATTEMPTS TO LANP'lUKtf
JEWISH IMMIGRANTS FROM WAR-TORN EUROPEJ
lorale Is ThereNeed Money and Food
|verseas Delegation Tells Miamians
By THERESA CoHEN
Jewish Floridian Stall Writer
"It is amazing, but the Jews in Palestine have no fears at
exclaimed Rabbi Irving Lehrman last week at a con-
^e:i' e with Mrs. Monte Selig and Max Orovitz with whom he
cent!/ toured Europe and Palestine. The inspiration he
limed to feel showing in his face with every description, the
told of the full confidence
P lestioiaiu have that they
care of the situation,
they have no outside in-
: ence.
f'The morale is there. All they
money and food. They
am to work, to sacrifice."
|1 mod by their six weeks
sits through Europe and the
land, the Greater Miami
.Iflegates spoke of the
(ility of the Arabs and the Jews
iether peacefully. They
to agree wholeheartedly
to the fact that the majority of
Arabs are thankful for what the
Jews have done for them in the
way of fighting disease and beau-
tifying the land.
Mrs. Selig told of the two na-
tionals living side by side with
no discord and no apparent ill
feelings for the bloodshed caused
to their brethren. The trio blamed
the Arab lords who have kept the
people in poverty and are now
hiring and inciting gangsters to
do the raiding which is inter-
The Only Community Wide Kashruth Association
i in: GRE \ i i:n MIAMI
VAAD HARASIIRITII
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
I.ohrman
Heth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Miami
('"ngregation 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'a Live Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
S. & H. Live Poultry. 320 Collins Ave.
Royal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only), 515 Collins Ave.
Borman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave.
Hofman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
Lobel'a Kosher Meat Barket, Blackstone Food Center, til
Washington Ave.
Miami Northweit Section ., _, _.
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 159 N. W 5th St
Ideal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only). 155 N. W. 5tti St.
National Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W. 5th bt.
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 A%e
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 kaihruth, call our Director, Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439.
pfficeri of the Greater MiamJ Vaad Haka.hruth are: Harry
Sirkin. president; A. M. Bear, vice-preaident; H. Sootin, secre-
tary; s. Lobel, treasurer.
preted by American papers as
general Arab opposition to the
Jewish state.
As Orovitz expressed it. how-
ever, "A strong position on our
part should prevent a holy war."
The rabbi, worried over the
problem of the displaced persons
"wandering from somewhere to
somewhere", estimated that 90
per cent of them want to go to
Palestine.
What initially was meant as an
inspection of DP camps and Pal-
estine, brought the group, accord-
ing to interview stories, to sev-
eral unanticipated historic events,
including the general strike in
Milan, the event of Schumann's
control in France, and most not-
ably the declaration of the U.N.
decision to partition Palestine.
They arrived home in time to at-
tend the United Jewish Appeal
conference in Atlantic City where
they reported their experiences
and received national recognition.
Full reports of the overseas
trio is to be made to the Jewish
community Sunday at an all-day
conference arranged by the Fed-
eration at the Steak house, Col-
lins ave.. Miami Beach.
11
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Dr. Clarke Reviews
Peace Of Mind
"Peace of Mine."' by Rabbi
Joshua L. Liebman. will be re-
viewed at the Spinoza Forum this
Saturday by Dr. Edward Clarke
of the University of Miami. The
review is scheduled tomorrow
for 3 p.m. on the lawn of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th st,
Miami Beach.
Every Tuesday evening at 8
p.m. for the next three months.
Charles Lee will lecture for the
forum group on "The Heavens
and the Earth." Thursday eve-
nings arc to be devoted to health
lectures by Dr. N. S. Hanoka.

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