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The Jewish Floridian ( January 9, 1948 )

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ion Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 21—NUMBER 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948 PRICE: TEN CENTS S1.000.000 UJA PLEDGE Local 1948 Drive Sets Pace For United States Resolution Adopted At Sunday Conference By unanimous action, the conference adopted a resolution establishing the goal of $1,489,925. "We have heard reports from the members of our overseas delegation, of our representatives to the Atlantic City Conference of the United Jewish Appeal and of the chairman of the Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "These reports have highlighted and emphasized not only the gravity of the problems that face us as a people but of the opportunity that we as a community have to lead the country in setting a suitable standard of generosity and of the challenge that this opportunity presents to us. "What has transpired at this conference today gives recognition to the fact that 1947 marked a turning point in world Jewish history. After two thousand years of homelessness, of exile, of hardship and privation, of decimation and destruction, of bowing to the yoke of the oppressor—from Rome to Nazi Germany—we, the Jewish people, have arisen from the ashes of the flames which have all but consumed us and are now determinedly marching on our path of destiny toward Palestine where the third Jewish Commonwealth is in the throes of birth. "We, the Jewry of Greater Miami, are more than witnesses to this historic panorama. Through our generosity, our understanding, and our labor, we are participants in this world-shaking drama. We cannot, we must not, merely sit on the sidelines and view the parade. "Therefore, we. the Jewry of Greater Miami, resolve that this ass emb l ag e willingly and cheerfully undertake to do its full share in sustaining the Jewry of Europe, in resettling our war-shattered remnants who are seeking new homes in America and other lands; and, above all, in giving to the utmost of our energies and our funds to the building of Palestine and the establishment of a Jewish State. These tasks, of course, are in addition to the responsibilities we face to our local and national agencies in Greater Miami and the United States. "Be it further resolved that in recognition of the tremendous role that American Jewry will be called upon to perform in the huge migration and reconstruction problems that lie ahead in the transportation of tens of thousands of men, women and children from "the graveyard that is Europe to the Land of Promise that is Palestine," we hereby affirm the decision of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation that it undertake to raise the sum of $1,489,925 through its 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, so as to enable this community to allot the sum of $1,000,000 to the United Jewish Appeal and to maintain the essential national and local services which comprise the fabric of American Jewry and which must be supported adeguately for the orderly growth and development of our community and our country. "Be it further resolved that in order to accomplish the precedent-shattering The Greater Miami Jewish community will be called upon to contribute $1,489,925 through the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it was decided at an all-day conference held yesterday at the Steak House of more than 1,000 persons representing virtually every Jewish organization in the community. The conference, held under the auspices of the federation, agreed by resolution to undertake this largest fund-raising effort in the history of the local Jewish community for overseas relief, rebuilding of Palestine and maintenance of local and national Jewish organizations. Of the total goal, $1,000,000 will be allotted to the United Jewish Appeal which has established a national goal for 1948 of $250,000,000. The United Jewish Appeal is made up of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. Comprehensive reports on the conditions of Jews in the displaced persons camps and elsewhere in Europe and a graphic portrayal of present-day Arab Jewish battles were given by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Monte Selig and Max Orovitz, who returned recently from a six-week trip to Europe and Palestine in behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Wm. D. Singer rendered a detailed report on the United Jewish Appeal conference in Atlantic City last month at which the recordbreaking national goal of $250,000,000 was adopted. Others who spoke were Stanley C. Myers, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Colman Zwitman, Sam Blank, Mrs. A. Goodman, Al Stone and Rabbi Leon Kronish. President Jacob Sher of the federation, who presided at the morning session, presented Joseph R. Stein as the chairman of the 1948 campaign. task of raising the gigantic sum of $1,489,925 through our 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, we call upon every Jewish organization and upon every Jewish man, woman and youth in Greater Miami to endorse and support this campaign and give the maximum measure of their energies and their funds to this appeal. We ask, specifically, that all Jewish organizations devote their major efforts during the months of January, February and March towards the achievement of our 1948 goal." Dr. Baeck Arrives In Miami To Initiate Tour Of Country Dr. Leo Baeck, president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, arrives in Miami today for his initial appearance in the American Jewish Cavalcade tour. The 75-year-old German Rabbi, inmate of a Nazi concentration camp for two years, was received by President Truman at the White House yesterday morning. As his first public appearance in the United States for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations which sponsors the observance, Dr. Baeck is to speak at the Robert Richter hotel, Thursday. He will address the congregation of Temple Israel Friday evening, with the clergy of all denominations invited to attend. Ben W. Slote is general chairman of the Temple Israel arrangements committee, and Edmund I. Kaufmann, representative of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in Miami. In charge of plans for the banquet honoring Baeck Thursday is a group composed of Leo Ackerman, H. A. Binder, Max Holtsberg, Isaac Joffe, Isaac Levin, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Monte Selig, Harry Simon, Herman Wall, Henry Wolff, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Having arrived in New York Sunday, the proponent of religion as a helpmate of peace will make a three-month coast-tocoast tour of the country, visiting 12 cities in behalf of the Cavalcade. Now a resident of London, Dr. Baeck was rabbi of the Liberal synagogue in Berlin and a professor of homilectics at the German-Jewish theological seminary before the advent of Hitler. As president of the Reich Union of German Jews, he was a leader of the German-Jewish community during the Hitler era. An outspoken opponent of Nazism, he was arrested five times by the Gestapo before final interneship at Theresienstadt for over two years. Haganah Assumes Responsibility For Blasting Arab Meeting Place JERUSALEM, (JTA>—The Haganah this week assumed responsibility for the blasting of the Semiramis Hotel in the Katamon guarter of Jerusalem during the pre-dawn hours Monday morning in which five Arabs are known to have died. A Haganah spokesman said that the hotel was blown up because it was "a meeting place for Arab gangs and a distribution point for weapons from Jerusalem to the adjoining Arab villages. "Unfortunately," he added, "we cannot strike at the main headquarters of the Arab bands because it is secreted in the El Aksa Mosque." It is also known that the hotel was the headquarters for the local Najada and Futuwa "defense" army headquarters and a meeting place for members of the Arab Higher executive and the anti-Zionist boycott committee. Despite severe weather conditions, Arabs besieging the Jewish quarter of the Old City which has been cut off from supplies and communications with the rest of Jerusalem since last week, launched new attacks early this week. The Haganah counter-attacked and drove the Arabs back with hand grenades and heavy fire, inflicting numerous casualties. Not only is the Jewish quarter of the Aid City cut off, but Safad, a predominantly Jewish town in an all-Arab area, has been without telephonic communication with the outside world for several days since Arab guerrillas cut the telephone lines. Jewish-chauffeured cars attempting to enter the town are fired on by snipers and a number of Jewish settlement police who fired at Arab snipers have been disarmed by the British police. If



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)AY. JANUARY 9, 1948 icrease Allotted Service Bureau increase of 17.3 per cent over 1947 allotment has been set the budget committee of the imunity Chest of Dade County 1948 operations of the Jewish rial Service Bureau, according A. L. Reynolds, Chest presilt. The bureau's allotment for next ar will be $48,739.16 as against h,538.92 this year. r'This increased figure is subit of course, to attainment of ,o minimum goal of $848,596.77 iring the Red Feather drive tb. 1 to 17," said Reynolds. [The Jewish Social Service Bue;ni. with Elry Stone as presient and Charles R. Cohen as recutive secretary, has headCarters at 127 N.W. 2nd st. Mrs. TJina Brenner Meyers, attorney, honorary president; Mrs. Leo Ickerman, secretary; Hyland lifas, treasurer, and Irving rankel, assistant treasurer. *JewistFk>rMian [ebrew School Plans fGefilte Fish' Supper Miami Hebrew School and junior Congregation is holding a t>uffet "gefilte fish" supper Sunjay at 6 p.m. in the rhumous foom of the building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Following the supper, which is \o be prepared by several ladies jf the organization, games and tards are planned for guests, Adussion charge for the entire evelinR will be $1.00. Mrs. Louis August and Mrs lax Jacobskind are co-chairmen fen charge of the evening. Chairmen of the games are Mrs. Harry |Minkoff and Mrs. E. A. Moss.. Tickets may be reserved by ig Mrs. Joseph Schwardron. Sole Distributors MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4951 We SeU. Rnt and Tune Planoi It is your PRIVILEGE, as well as your DUTY, to help prevent future polio epidemics and aid the helpless now suffering from this terrible disease. YOUR March of Dimes will help the helpless to MARCH again. Open your heart and give generously, proudly, thankfully. All you care to spare will be received by the official agency, if mailed simply to March of Dimes, Miami. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Mrs. Samuel Rilter, who sponsored the summer Book Project of Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, held on the roof garden of the Atlantis hotel, Tuesday afternoon, December 16. Over 650 women were present for the affair, which is the group's main function and fund-raising project of the year. Inillsfream Plans Swane< llandieap A speed-jammed band of 21 sprinters has been named for next Saturday's renewal of the $10,000 Suwanee River Handicap at Gulfstream Park. Led by the Calumet Farm's mighty Armed, the enrollment of equine talent numbers nearly every good speed artist in the Greater Miami area for what promises to be the outstanding short distance race of the winter season which terminates on January 15. Racing Secretary W. R. Dahlstrom todav posted notice tc horsemen of closing of nominations for the $25,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap, to be run ."losing day, January 15. The mile and a quarter contest is certain to attract the premier thoroughbreds in the Greater Miami area. Ask for KOSHER 'Oft ToGUST BROS R V£ ** la the BEST.' R IN PERSON IM \\i\(.i:it MASTER MENTAL TELEPATHIST AND MAGICIAN Praised by Walter Winchell. King George, late Thos. Edison, President Roosevelt, etc. OFFERS $10,000 to anyone who can effect a spiritual phenomenon which he cannot reproduce, or who can point out any paid employees, stooges, or confederates who could possibly assist him in his telepathic readings. 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J, JANUARY 9 1948 landelburg d To Howard +Jewish fhrkllain PAGE FIVE ~;1 *u Ifiss Mandelburg Bprothy Mandelburg of ^fcnsylvania Ave., Miami las announced the enof her daughter, Gloria, kan A. Howard of 734 %  Miami Beach, and New York. %  andelburg is a graduate Ki Beach Senior High Her fiance was graduated Hrside Military Academy resently a senior at Le^ersity majoring in acHe is a member of Pi tPhi. has been set for the and hi*k£ LatnG %  filler. Gordon Spring Wedding i a; rly spring wedding is Jo:Miss Miriam Miller Gordon whose engageannounced recently by t:Mr. and Mrs. Berkl 1 5493 North Bay li Beach, and of Chij. pective bridegroom of Mi', and Mrs. Herlon, formerly of New Betrothal Told For Miss Yagoda Announcement of the engagement of their daughter, Lucille, to Max Forman, was made by Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Yagoda, 1610 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, on December 28, at the wedding of their son, Burton, to the former Miss Esther Shimmel. Miss Yagoda attended City College of New York. She is secretary of the Southeastern Region of Junior Hadassah, treasurer of the local Junior Hadassah unit, a member of the Zionist Youtl. Commission, and is a Young Judaea leader. She is employed as secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Forman. New York City, Mr. Forman will be graduated from New York University in June. He served overseas in the United States Navy for three years. No date has been set for the wedding. Raymond Newmans Reside In Detroit Miss Jacqueline Siegal of Miami and Raymond Paul Newman of Detroit exchanged vows December 28 at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. A reception for guests followed the ceremony. The daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Siegal and the late Donald Siegal Miss Libby Arkin Announces Engagement the I She of Miss Miller k, N. J. Slier attended schools ir nd was graduated from rn University with of Bachelor of Science attended the University >is. Chicago Teacher': Bnd Anshe Emet Hebrew ^d.iv schools where sht luated from the synaMlege department. Sht per Sunday school teaching at the College ol Itudies, Chicago. The ct has been teaching Miami Beach for the years, ^fcdon attended schools in Hffiswick and Ohio State %  y in Columbus, Ohio, W be graduated from the By of Miami in February. Bd as an officer in the [ the European, MediI and Pacific theatres %  he U.S.S. Mt. Vernon %  U.S-.S. Stokes. He is a (of Sigma Alpha Mu and treasurer of dge, B'nai B'rith. Miss Arkin Engagement of Miss Libby Arkin to Dr. Robert Tanner was told over the holidays at a party in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arkin, 1221 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Tanner, 2287 S.W. 27th St. Miss Arkin, a senior at the University of Miami, is majoring in psychology. She has also attended Ohio State University. A graduate of Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, the prospective bridegroom has served in the Army Medical Corps five years. He was in charge of the eye clinic in Connecticut and did research at Cambridge University and the London Refraction hospital. He now practices optometry in Little River. No date has been set for the wedding. A June wedding is planned by Miss Joan Ruth Birn and Jack Donald Kobleys Wed In Albany A wedding ceremony in Albany, Ga., at the home of the bride, united Miss Peggy E. Johnson and Donald E. Kobley December 25. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Johnson of Albany. Mr. Kobley's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving G. Kobley, 2135 North Bay Rd., Miami Beach. Mrs. Kobley was attended by her sister. The bride is a graduate of Grady Nursing School, Atlanta. Mr. Kobley, a senior at Emory Medical School, was graduated from Miami Beach High school. The couple are to reside in Atlanta. Mae Moriber Plights Troth Mr. and Mrs. Philip I. Moriber of 2310 S.W. 6th St., have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Mae, to Melvin B. Handelsman, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Handelsman, 1844 S.W. 2:st St. Several parties are being arranged for Miss Moriber. Miss Beyer Tells Of Betrothal To Gerstein Mrs. Newman was given in marriage by her uncle, Charles Burke. Miss Jacqueline Burke, the bride's cousin, was maid of honor; Mrs. Frederich Burke, bridesmatron, and the Misses Ronnie and Rosaline Hansen, bridesmaids. Mr. Newman's parents are Mr and Mrs. Joseph Newman of Detroit, Mich. His brother, Robert Newman, was best man. Ushers included Frederich Burke, cousin of the bride. Buddy Abram and Russell Chappee, and junior ushers, Lloyd Newman, brother of the groom, and Saul Wolfson. Mrs. Newman attended schools in Providence and the Miami Art school here. She was active in Junior Hadassah work in Providence. A veteran of three years with the Army, Mr. Newman attended the University of Chicago. He is now engaged in business with his father in Detroit. After an extended honeymoon through the South, the couple will reside in Detroit. Miss Byer Betrothal of two University of Miami students, Miss Selma D. Byer and Gerald L. Gerstein, was made known this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Byer, 1623 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Gerstein is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Gerstein, 2321 S.W. 21st St. The bride-elect attended schools in Trenton, N. J. and is now a member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority at the university. Her finance attended Miami Senior High school and was graduated from Gordon Military Academy. He studied at the Universities of Miami and North Carolina with the Navy V-12 training program, receiving his commission at Notre Dame. As a three-year veteran of naval service. Mr. Gerstein resumed his studies at the university, majoring in engineering. He is treasurer of Pi. Lamba Phi fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Moriber The bride elect attended schools in New York and the University of Miami. Her fiance, a student at the University, is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He served aboard the Battleship New Mexico. No date has been set for the wedding. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Removed by Multiple Electric Needle* and Radio Matic. The only safe and permanent methods. Frances A H N Opera Guild of Miami Presents METROPOLITAN OPERA STARS L.mfli. Reggiam. Petroff, Lazzari In "RIGOLETTO" Jon. 10. 12. 14. 15 At Miami Senior High School Auditorium — At 8 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE AT Burdine's 3rd Floor, Phone 9-1332, Cordelia's. Amidon's, Miami Beach Radio Co., and Opera Guild Office. 625 S.W. 29th Road. Phone 3-5967 $4.80—$3.60—$2.40 $1.20—Unreserved •Juno Date For Hiss Randolph Pathman whose engagement was announced this week by her parents, Mr. and i.Mrs. A. Otto Birn, 4120 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Miss Birn, formerly of South Orange, N. J., attended Daycroft school in Stamford, N. J., Miss Beard's school in Orange. N. J., and was graduated from Larson Junior College. New Haven. She is now studying languages at the University of Miami. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pathman of Miami Beach, the prospective bridegroom attended schools in Chicago, his former home, and served in the Air Forces two years as an instructor. He receives his bachelor of education degree in February from the University of Miami where he is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. TEACHER OF PIANO AND KEYBOARD HARMONY Specializing in Improvisation—Years of successful experience Teaching children and adults — will come to home Call 5-5593 beginning Monday for interview EVE WHITE •urdirie's COHAMA Pure Silk Prints $3-98 yard An extra-special attraction for you who are fashion-wise and value-wise! This Burdine group of Cohama excellent quality silk prints includes large and small patterns, geometric and floral designs, exotic and restrained color combinations. Prints for dresses, suits, redingotes, blouses and scarfs ... for daytime and evening. And, because they're silk, they lend themselves perfectly to new femininized lines. Background colors in pastels, medium tones, and deep, rich colors. All about 39 inches wide. BURDINE'S. MIAMI, SILKS. SECOND FLOOR



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sfBm3imas8X&Ef$&':*&& h r Sv"-^-*^='W^ir: : PAGE SIX *Jenist>fkr~ / s '. .11 1 I I rh mi .in Ikegins Leetare Series Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who returned last month from an extended tour of Palestine, will inaugurate a series of three lectures commencing this Friday with the subject "Palestine — A Reality." These lectures will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave.. at 8:00 p.m., January 9. 16 and 23. Topic for the first lecture to be rendered this Friday grained in Our Blood." The public is invited. Gathered above are the members of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood who have keen crocheting, knitting, basket weaving and pottery making and paintmg every Tuesday afternoon for the past several weeks for the Temple's Bazaar to be held in the patio. January 21 and 2 2 They are (seated left to right): Mrs. E. Allen Becker, chairman of the Bazaar. Mrs CarmllBaum, Mrs. Emanuel Goldslrich. President of the Sisterhood Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs William Farr. and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer; (second row. standing): Mrs. Betty Keit. Mrs. Edward Mencher. Mrs Benjamin Seidler, Mrs. Theresa Young. Mrs. Carol Aberman. Mrs. Rose Williamson. Mrs. t. K-asien, Mrs. Louis Krensky; (third row): Mrs. Ash. Mrs. Lucy Reckler. Mrs. E. S. Diener. Mrs. Arthur England Mrs. Rena Somerstein, Mrs. L. Appleion: (fourth row): Mrs. Sally Kurlander. Mrs. Mark Donon, Mrs. Jean Lachman, Mrs. Joseph Arkin. Mrs, Lena Blair. Mrs. Fishman. Mrs. M. Laver. Mrs. Goldstrich and Mrs. Krensky are co-chairmen of the group. ne Taste Will Convince You, Too! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Koshtr CINN4 Chick* FricassM It tots ia quality. •utstaiidmf in flavor Yes, ah the Horowitz-Margareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, traditional, home-style Jewish way. Economical, too... save work, time, money! "InMrs. Nelson Hostess To Sholom Sisterhood Mrs. Bess Nelson of 5563 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach, will be hostess at a "deadline" luncheon on Wednesday, at 12:30 p.m.. to members of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood who have sold S25 or more of advertising for the Sisterhoods Calendar Journal. The luncheon takes place in Dorothy Hopkins restaurant. 525 41st St. There is to be no adm cnarge other than proof that the quota of advertising has been scld There will be cards and man jongg after the lunchc n Troop Six Earns Boy Seout Award Troop Six. Boy Scouts of America, affiliated with the Miami YM-YWHA was awarded the monthly banner for efficiency of the Chickasaw Nation, one of the Scout Divisions of Greater Miami. Victor over nine other Boy Scout Troops of the Chickasaw Nation, the troop gained many points through attending the annual Patrol Leaders' Conference at Snapper Creek. Other points were earned for community service acting as color guard and foi high attendance. Tuosf who attended the Patrol 1 let's' Conference are; Martin Breckstein, Gi ne Wernikoff, Daniel Roberts. Jack Diamond, Norman Gamse, J morstein. Gerald Coburn and Robert Naumann. Al the Court of Honor Martin kstein was awarded a Firsl Class badge, and Gerald Coburn. Robert Naumann and Jerry Marmorstein were awarded their Second Class Scout Badge. PLAZA Theatre S. End Washington Ave. — Miami Beach — Open 1:45 See the miracle the Jews have wrought in the wasteland — see bountiful crops growing in an arid wilderness — see "HOUSE IN THE DESERT" ON THE SAME PROGRAM Geo. Brent, Carole Landis. Ann Dvorak, Virginia Mayo "OUT OF THE BLUE" January 9-10-1lth TODAY thru SUN. PREPARED UNDER S T R I r T UR1H000X RABBINICAL SUPERVISION DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc. 690 N.W. 13th Strt MIAMI. FLORIDA PHnnfl 2-7405 %  MIIWH1IM '%0 DAYS • DECEMBER 1st thru JANUARY 15th ONE MORE WEEK OF FLORIDA'S FINEST RACING • THIS SATURDAY FEATURE S10.000 added SUWANNEE RIVER HANDICAP • FINAL RACING DAY JAN. 15 $25,000added GULFSTREAM PARK HANDICAP ybMiourwfti



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FRIDA Y, JANUARY 9, 1948 Center Schedules 'Victory Dinner 1 Concluding Drive Rabbi Irving Lehrman announced that over $140,000 had been pledged to the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center building fund drive by last Friday night services at the official conclusion of the campaign. Final reports are to be made at a "victory dinner" planned for Sunday, January 5, according to George JTalianoff, general chairman. Meetings for the week included a report luncheon held at the National hotel Wednesday at 12:15 p#m at which Rabbi Lehrman was principal speaker. The hotel division, headed by Ed Singer, made its first report last Sunday. Others were made on the grounds of the new building, located at 17th St. and Washington Ave.. last week. Plana for the cornerstone laying were made for the afternoon of January 25 at the location of the building now under construction. Alfred Stone is in charge of arrangements. +Jeisti fk* tdian Temple Holds Fashion Show Presenting children of their religious school as models, the Sisterhood of Temple Israel will hold a fashion show on Sunday, January 18, at 3:30 p.m. in Kaplan Hall. Co-chairmen for the event are Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Henry E. Wolff, and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein is to act as commentator for the styles. Entitled "The Children's Hour," the program will have seven stage settings, which are being designed by Mrs. Alvin Richter and Mrs. Leo Stein. Admission charge for the performance will be a dollar per person. Children are welcome to the event, cf which the proceeds are t) benefit the Temple's Religious School. Sholem Lodge Women Meet Tuesday B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge will hold their regular meeting on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel. Mrs. Tena Katz, president, will conduct a brief business session after which the members and guests will join the men of Sholem Lodge in the auditorium to hear an address by Arnold Forster, National Director of the Legal and Fact-finding Division of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. PAGE SEVEN 3EG SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH ANTILLA HOTEL C&RAu uAbai INCI 08 LI '• BLVC Italian American Dinners >.:, i HOPS SEA FOOD ., *, ---1 LUNCWON DINNER Unveiling Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Golde Perl, mother of Louis Perl, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Arrangements are under the charge of Harry Gordon of Gordon Monument Co. Mrs. Weinstein Speaks To Temple Sisterhood "Treatment of the Jew in Current Literature," a talk by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, was the feature of the meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood on Monday, January 5 "Gentlemen's Agreement," both 'he book and the movie, and the mov'f, "Crossfire," was discussed by Mrs. Weinstein, local bookreviewer. Mrs. Alfred Millin Diamond, soprano, offered a group of numbers. Recapture the Gracious Art oi Dining! Miami! Foremoil Vegefarian. Dairy and Fish | ESTAURANT SERVING IREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 841 WASHINGTON AVE.. M. %  !" *flt> 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. ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum gourmet juncru\t 'rt Hill L/iltiLn .no HOST "MAGIC RUDY" Cmi'i % %  neChoice Liquors OPEN FROM •. P M DM1 Y SUNDAYS KRCM 12 10 ^ OH THE THAU'XT 22o'J /.VE "WWWI StKVING v MOkUAS rumi AMII.ICAN |i w ISH DINNIR f %  !"> %  J 11 \\ H 6 COUINi A £ %T.I2KCill\ ROYAL PA1M HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE IIIM \ U ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners FOR KOSHER QUALITY MEALS VISIT "HBO "^Cp'-ltlD PARAMOUNT Restaurant Daily—4:00-9:00 P.M. Saturday—11:00-1:30 P.M. Meals for Friday Evening and Saturday Noon by Reservations Only Kaahruth and Shaboth Observed Under the Strict Supervision of HERSKOVITZ and FUCHS Also under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakasnrutn In Harrison Hotel — Koldair Cooled Dining Room 411 Washinglon Avenue Phone 58-2410 Miami Beach We Also Cater to Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs and Banquets Triton Hotel Dining Room On The Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5-6651 KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OPEN to the PUBLIC Same Management — Phone 5-7688 STRICTLY REVLIN HOTEL COLLINS AVE. JsiT 13TH ST Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners at Same Popular Prices 170 Hia. 5-SI V&'ffSZi. f fk 2 -9814 MlAMUFl*; JJW L'* RAY BOLGER Stai o/ Slage. Screen and Radio JOAN EDWARDS America'. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jwistncr1ctto£_ Motor Trip Follows Barnhards' Wedding A motor trip to Bok's tower and throughout Florida followed the December 28 wedding of Miss Fay Miller of Charleston. S. C. and Howard J. Barnhard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard of Miami Beach. The couple has returned to Charleston where they are both students at the Medica! college of South Carolina. Vows for the double ring cerem my were exchanged in Beth Jacob synagogue before an alt a r decorated |with gladioli and lighted candelaIbra. with Rabbi |M M S Mescheljff officia ting [assisting by Can|tnr Louis D Fi der. Nup t i a 1 'Iff music was provided by a string quartette cornMr.--. Barnhard P rised of Edward Mandell. John Freeman. Jacob Langfur and John Aswell. A reception followed in the synagogue. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle. Mose Miller of Charleston, chose Mrs. Leo Fields of New V rk ...he] matron of honor. Melvin Sabshin was best man tor Mr. B^nhard. Mrs. Barnhard is a graduate of the College of Charleston. The bridegroom was graduated from Miami Beach High school and the University of Miami and attended the University of Florida. During the war he served at the naval hospital in Key West. Fla. FOR RENT 2 connecting rooms with separate kitchen and entrance. Also double room for couple or 2 girls with home privileges. 1244 N. W. 27lh Street Phone 2-6904 FRIDAY, JANUAR Y 9, ||| ORKIN.tfre/??/ B 1 Personally Speaking .. Chester H. Gelbert. son of Mr. onelifeB = d l** %  1630 S.W. 10th St., spent the New Years vacation He is a junior at Northeastern University, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Otto ArVunde and aunt of Mr, Frank Thompson, and a cousin Mrs. Allen Daniel and children, all of S !" d Pattenberg. N. ]., are spending two^onj. Miami They will be joined in several weeks by Mr. Daniel who will remain with them until March. Mrs. Max Forman, creator of the original "Bible dolls, has been visiting in Miami Beach with Mr. and Mis. Albert Haim of 1784 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jacobs of New York City are spending two months at the Ritz Plaza hotel in M.ami Beach. Mrs. Joe Jacobs is the sister of Herman Gordon of Miami. A dinner party was held at Ciro's recently in honor of the Jacobs' 40th wedding anniversary. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfe, Miss Ruth Friedman, Miss Barbara Weiss, and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gort of Wilkes-Parre, Pa., who are spending their honeymoon at the Roney Plaza. + Miss Pauline Gerson and Ann Kuttner of Boston have returned home after a three-week stay at the Georgian hotel, Miami Beach. Miss Gerson is a cousin of Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert of Miami. Mr. .and Mrs. Jack L. Shubow of Detroit are spending their honeymoon at Miami Beach as guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Shubow, 420 Jefferson Ave. Mrs. Shubow was Miss Adele Gore prior to the newlyweds' marriage in Detroit November 25. Mr. Shubow, a prominent Michigan jewelry broker, is the son of Rabbi Meyer Shubow of Detroit. Mrs. Ida Optner of 2353 S.W. 24th Terr., has as her houseguests her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Saul Optner of New York City. They will remain until January 18. + Morris Kesselman of 1828 S.W. 9th St., left Tuesday for New York upon word of the death of his mother, Mrs. Pearl Kesselman. + Mrs. Samuel Olkes of Cleveland is spending several months with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Olkes ot 1744 S.W. 15th St. f '—W£U\£ ROACH CONTROL n %  71 Complete TERMITE CONTROL Bended Guarantee Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler Si. r~N Goodman-Steinberg Wedding Sunday Miss Gl ria Goodman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goodman. 4451 S.W. 5th Terr., will become Mrs Seymour Steinberg Sunday evening at a candlelight %  the Miami B sh Center. Rabbi Irving Lehr:ate at the cerenv ny Mr. Steinl %  g's parent! are Mr. nd '.'' •• %  •c*-*i • • %  > N W 104th Terr. All friends of the families hav( been invited to attend the wedding. A reception will folio 1 the Center. COMPLETE PEST CONTROL MIAMI BEACH Better Cm Listings On Oceanfront Properties Hotela, Homes OP Inveitmenti B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Llnco'r. Rd. Phone S-586* "Trustworthy Service" Officers BUCK'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET WH0L !" E & RETA1L EGGS "ESH DAILY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY" i N. W. 2nd Ave. CALL 9-9940 Miami VIM'II INCOME TAX 1947 Amended Estimated Return or Final Return* mutt be filed by January 15th. Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant Main Office. 7117 Biscayne Blvd Miami Beach Office, 10H 5th St.. Prince Georoe Hotel Miami Beach Office. 7435 Collins Ave. Phone 7.0563 Phone 3-3345 Phone 6-4011 BENJAMIN N. KANE rhairn in '.f Bi t l EDW. MERCER 1 • MARCIE LIBERMAN Prei idi %  i S. W. CURRY Vice Pi I HENRV S. LAWLEY dent HOWARD KANE Vice I D. B. HUDSON A--. laru Vice Pre idi i t STANLEY N. BOOKBINDER I ••!J. W. O'HARA AMI r LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES Co. Exclusive Distributors of Maniachewitz & Rokeach Products Wolff's Groats — Tamar Kosher Meats 165 N. E. 24th Street Telephone 3-7791 NORTH REACH HOME PATROL 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employees For Service Call 6-1911 — 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach Directors SAMUEL BLANK indt, Inc. GUY W. ELLIS 1 Vice P : GEO. GOLDBERG BENJAMIN N. KANE Chairman of n. ;,,,! nn Via PrMldeni ol Bank HAROLD KA5SEWIT2 Attorn •>• MARCIE LIBERMAN Vic Preiid.ni of Bank EDW. MERCER PrenMent of Rank Ir.sMen, Publlr N, tlon ,j Insurance Co. ALEXANDER ORR. JR. Pre.Rin>nt Alexander Orr, Jr. Inc. Sydney Frank, Bride Reside In Miami Beafih Now residing on Miami Beach are Mr and Mrs Sydnej Frank whose wedding took place Deveningat Both racol ngregatior. Rabbi Moses Meschelofi lhe • •"'n my I • Mr and Mis. J. Miller if Brooklyn, N VT., the Miller chose ., Mrs. R. se Kl.no of • on ol honor, n nf four my over* A reception and dinnei foil wi I the v Out-of-town [uests included a Mr. and Mrs. Palestine. The newlyweds are making at 1010 Pennsylvania Ave FOR RENT Bedroom Apt. — close h O.P.A. Rent-All Year Round Call 82-2457 9 to ll or aft er or write Mrs. G. Box 2973, Miami 18 FOR RENT Room For One or Two Private Family Breakfast Privileges Reasonable 2103 S.W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935 Top Price Paid f or MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 KJGUST BROS RY C HAULING None Too La r ge or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Jry Dr. Max I. Tendrich Dentist Announces the opening of an additional office at 2190 S. W. 16th Street Also Evening Appointment! Phone 3-9956 Quality 9ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-fiii THE Holland Inn 4760 N.W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK „ m SANDWICH te*C DAILY BLUE Qm PLATE from OOP Open 8.00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 8 to 12 Noon Sandwiches—Beer—Wins Soft Drinks Under the Perional Supervision ot C. F. JERNIOAN Owner If HI BflnK Of 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH. FLA. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION At Close of Business. December 31, 1947 COMPTROLLER'S CALL RESOURCES Casii on Hand and Due from „ c, B nks $ 7.437.673.05 ui>Government Securities... 16,820.083 49 Muntcipal Bonds 1,812.001.00 $26,069,757.54 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 37 500.00 F^, a8 M n d Disroun,s 7.473.579.18 first Mortqaqes or. Improved Real Estate .. 377.500.00 7,851.079.18 Furniture and Fixtures 4 q ooq c R Other Assets 4S.829.56 Overdrafts 77 28889 17.47 127.135.92 Customer,'Liability Letters of Cred 39.248.3 9 $34,124,721.03 r LI A B I L I T I E S Capital Stock Surplus S 1-000,000.00 Undivided Prof s rnH n 265.000.00 "s and Reserves 450.840.93 $1,715,840-93 Letters of Credit „ na Deposits 39 248 39 32.369.631-71 $3 4.12472l03 IOUALS



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(iDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948 jih Sholom >st To Grauel i Stanley Grauel, writer, Itht'i-, world traveler and commentator, will be presby Masada and Junior jssah at 8 p.m. Wednesday Temple Beth Sholom, Miami He has chosen as his sub•Exodus 1947—Symbols of |Pi )s t-War World." ling as his credo "my greatest Ly is people," Grauel claims fcrive the impetus as a Chrisminister to probe beneath Isurface of racial problem? 1 other issues which he dees as the outgrowth of pr* and ignorance. His study ( < Palestine problem, Grauel led him to seek firstsources by volunteering as Ible-bodied seaman aboard Inious immigrant vessel. The ii visitor has given eye-wittestimony to the United Na| Special Committee on Palmeeting in Jerusalem, of Iritish naval party boarding %  Exodus 1947" outside Palan waters, ets for Wednesday's event 1.00 and may be obtained at |David Congregation in Miand Temple Beth Sholom, |jacob Congregation and the Community Center in Mileach. Mil Education l< Thood Themo erhood of Congregation Jacob will meet Tuesday, at ^m at the Beth Jacob Syna301-311 Washington Ave., Beach. The theme of the DC will be "Child Educabi Moses Mescheloff will the women on the topic Child—Our Future." fers of the faculty of the Jacob Religious school will podiK-ed to the membership. pusical program will inn: nil rn Palestinian and al selectioM by Miss Irene f, coloraturo soprano, who an the concert stage and New York and principal [ throughout the coimtry. anying her at the piano Mrs. Raymond Wucher. Jack Hirsch, president, piiluct the business meetBshments will be served social hour held during | the faculty members and I the Religious School |f will discuss mutual :ert Artists r For W.C. Imen's Circle, branch 692. Beach, has scheduled a | inert to be held in Mieach High school audiSunday at 8 p.m. It is led by Walter Grossman. [assistant conductor of the Pty of Miami Orchestra. pi for the program are J>uenas, coloratura soMod Riebel, baritone; and I Grossman, cellist. [Matured will be the Mijjeert ensemble including •anonico, Ramon GutierNancy Mills, violinists; an. cellist; Mary Marks, f>d Eleanor Linton at the acob Engages k Isrolikel M. child Cantor prodigy, Mod for an engagement PPth Jacob Synagogue to'aturday and Sunday eve^oung cantor, nationally to musical genius who apI'n the community last fa again at the Miami 1 school and Junior ConP la*t weekend, will again fc* Sabbath serviees and • a concert at Beth Jacob. John Stanley Grauel UNVEILING An Unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Rev. Moses Aaron Wilner of 300 S.W. 12th Ave. will take place Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Friends and relatives have been asked to attend. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Michelaon To Play Beethoven Recital Presenting an all Beethoven sonata recital this Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the University of Miami main campus lecture hall will be Henriette Michelson, noted pianist. The five sonatas will represent the various periods of Beethoven's life. Also to be presented by the University of Miami is the Fine Arts Quartette February 10 and Tickets for the three concerts may be obtained at the University of Miami Symphony office or at the University ticket office, 340 S.E. First St. PAGE NINE Stokols Bris The bris of Daniel S. Stokols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Stokols of 810 S.W. 7th St. was performed this morning by Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer at the Victoria hospital. Rabbi Murray Grauer assisted wit hthe ceremony. Rabbi Louis J. Swichkow of Milwaukee, brother of Mrs. Stokols, and Joseph Stokols, the child's grandfather, are godfathers. Rosedale Private Dining Room Open For Functions The Rosedale Delicatessen, located at 170 N.W. 5th St., announced this week the opening of a private dining room. Especially constructed to cater to organizations and small groups for private gatherings, the room will seat fifty people. Completely new with panel walls and indirect lighting, the private dining room is part of the new addition recently built as part of the expansion program of the Rosedale Delicatessen. Serving the community in the same location since 1925 the past ten years the delicatessen and restaurant has been under the ownership and management of Irvin Gordon and Harold Pont. The owners stated that for quite some time it has been their intention to try to fill this need in the community. Reservations can bejnade by calling 2-9814. Beach Zionists Meet Thursday at Center A Zionist membership meeting has been called for 8 p.m. Thursday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Daniel M. Broad, chairman, has urged all Zionists to attend. Featured with the principal speakers is I. R. Goodman who will deliver a resume of recent happenings in Palestine. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will head the musical program, offering several vocal selections and lead community singing. k DAlRAi BUTTER-EGGS **Wt ALWAYS/ OFFICERS PAUL R. SCOTT Chairman GEORGE E. WHITTEN Vice Chairman WILEY R. REYNOLDS President COMER J. KIMBALL Kxecutlve Vice Resident Vice Presidents J. G. LEYBOURNE HARRY G. RETALICK CHARLES E. BUKER CHARLES E. KLUGH R. M. McDANALD R. M. DOYLE, JR. C. C. NIELSEN WILLIAM C. HILL H. FRANK NORTHROP OLIN G. 8YMONS WINTON M. WRIGHT Vice President and Cashier O. E. ROUSH Trust Department DAVID B, ALTER, JR. Vice Pres. and Trust officer R. D. RODABAUOH Vice Pres. and Trust Officer DIRECTORS G. T. BAKER President, National Airlines. Inc. CHARLES F. BALDWIN President. Raldwln Mortgage. & Insurance Co. HARRY HOOD BASSETT Vice President. Oenesee Corporation PRESTON B. BIRD Member. Board of County Commissioners, i>ade County CHARLES G. BRAND President. Hrand Properties, Inc. • C. B. CHINN President, Belcher Oil Company JAMES O. GARNER President, Little River Bank nnrt Trust Company WILLIAM C. HILL • President. The Coral Cables First .National Rank C. E. HOLCOMB Secretary-Treasurer, S. A. Ljjrnoh Corporation R. C. HOUSER President. Florida Bond KMortgage Company COMER J. KIMBALL F.xeo. V Pros., The First National Bank of Miami CHARLES D. LEFFLER Hear Admiral. U. S. Navv. Retired J. G. LEYBOURNE Vice President. The First National Bank of Miami RAYMOND M. MILLER Executive Vice President, Railev-Mllam. Inc. WILLIAM P. MOOTY President, The Franklin Press, Inc. BYRON L. RAMSING Vice Pres., First National Associates of Florida. Inc. WILEY R. REYNOLDS Prealdent. The First National Bank of Miami WILtY R. RBYNOLDS, JR. vice President, w. B. Revnolds & Company. Palm Beech PAUL R. SCOTT Loftln Anderson Scott MoCwtby Preton, Attye. OlORai WHITTBN jrealdent, Burdloe s. Inc. The Banking Center of Miami Since 1902 TMrsfNaftonalBank of Miami Tu>o Entrances for Tour Convenience 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET and 21 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31, 1947 RESOURCES Cash and Due From Banks $ 33,537,852.95 U. S. Government Securities 90,148,146.60 State and Municipal Bonds 2,359,512.23 Other Marketable Securities 814,643.94 Loans and Discounts 15,550,559.71 Real Estate Mortgages 371,663.36 Banking House Furniture and Fixtures Bank Warehouse Federal Reserve Bank Stock Accrued Income Receivable Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit $123,685,999.55 3,174,156.17 15,922,223.07 1,037,388.20 410,730.54 6,750.00 172,500.00 365,171.15 87,666.95 415,367.59 5145.277,953.22 LIABILITIES Demand Deposits $119,362,109.75 Time Deposits 17,972,644.34 Unearned Discount Accrued Taxes, Interest, etc .' Dividend Payable January 2, 1948 Letters of Credit Capital Stock 4,000,000.00 Surplus : 1,750,000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves 1,455,084.09 $137,334,754.09 67,967.64 174,779.81 80,000.00 415,367.59 7,205,084.0 9 $145,277,953.22 Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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PAGE TEN Sholem Lodge Plans Opera Party Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will sponsor its second annual opera party for its members and friends at a performance of "Rigoletto" on Wednesday evening. Marx Feinberg, chairman of the opera project, announced that a block of tickets have been made available to members and friends of Sholom Lodge and may be secured by calling 9-1645 or 3-630fi. Money contributed last year to the March of Dimes was used to purchase equipment and employ the best doctors to treat children afflicted with polio. Many lives were saved. YOUR children all children ... are in danger of being stricken by this dreadful malady. As the friendship train speeds through America, let the friendship thought speed through your mind. HELP! Mail as much as you can spare to the March of Dimes. Miami. Temple Youth Group Temple Israel Youth group is planning a meeting and entertainment for 8 o'clock Sunday evening at the synagogue. Members of Miami Shores Community church have been invited as special guests. Three professional acts have been scheduled for the evening as well as dancing after the show. Refreshments will be served. Kcpubli<*aiiN Hear lion Whitohurnt; Republican leaders from 16 South Florida counties were hosts here last night to Ben Whitehurst, staff member of the GOP .„,! committee, who made a public address on the Taft-Hartlcv bill. Arrangements for Whitehursts appearance in Miami were made with the national committee by (c Spades of St. Augustine. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948 chairman of Florida State R e publican executive committee and Wesley E. Garrison, Republican State Committeeman from Dade County. A well-known writer of "Dear Mr. President" and for five years a daily radio news commentator, Whitehurst is now Director of the Speakers bureau of the national committee. He is expected to make two other speeches during his stay in Miami. ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE 30 NEW LARGE BUILDING LOTS ON BAYVIEW POINT SUB-DIVISION located on Ocean Boulevard between Sunny Isle Pier and Dade County Ocean Park, just north of Baker's Haulover Sunday, January 18, 1948 -2P.M.Rain or Shine All lots zoned for Hotel and Apartment Buildings. Situated less than 400 feet from the Ocean. Waterfront lots on Biscayne Bay with new concrete bulkheading; riparian rights, newly paved Streets, City Water, City Electricity, Insurable Title, Abstracts furnished. Buses pass the property to School and Miami Beach. TERMS ARRANGED These Lots lie inescapeably in the path of the northern trend of the development from Miami Beach. A Handsome profit to investors is thereby assured. Plan Your New HOTEL OR APARTMENT ON THIS ATTRACTIVE SITE! u mm**... t3^JF+2V> aMt;£aKW.~w-.--*-::**r•7"j>+-"-r, TENT SHELTER ERECTED ON PROPERTY. IN CASE OF RAIN DIRECTIONS: Follow Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, north, to property SALE CONDUCTED ON PROPERTY UNDER THE BALLOON' FOR BAYVIEW POINT DEVELOPMENT CO FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co., Sellinq Aaents REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 38981 "MIAMI, FLORIDA ATTENTION ALL REAL ESTATE BROKERS' We desire and solicit your cooperation in the sale of this property and commissions will be paid to you on any lots sold through your efforts



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948 Pioneer Women Present Sorin Final plans for the Samuel Sorin concert scheduled for Sunday evening, February 8, at the Civic Auditorium, were formulated at a committee meeting at the home of Mrs. Max Shapiro, 498 y.W. 18th Rd., on Monday. The annual concert is sponsored by the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women which is comprised of the three local chapters, Club I, Club II and the Kadimah Chapter. Mrs. Anna S. Bild is president of the Council. Mrs. Shapiro was chosen to head the over-all ticket committee assisted by Mrs. Hyman Sootin. Ticket chairmen for the respective chapters are Mrs. I. S. Shapoff for Club I, Mrs. M. Shubov. for Club II, and Mrs. Al Alpert and Miss Regina Moss for Kadimah Chapter. Appointed to head the following working committees are: Mrs. Hairy Albert, chairman of the ticket booth committee, assisted by Mrs Barbara Greenberg, Mrs. Lena Mintzes. Mrs. Fred Sandier and Mis. Nat Coulton; Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro, chairman of the patron committee, assisted by Mrs. I Pushkin, Mrs. M. L. Zaretsky and Mrs. Robt. Miller; Miss Charlotte Sandier, chairman of the usher committee; and Mrs. M. Shubow, Miss Ruth Brotman and Mrs. Albert H. Berson, cochairmen on the publicity committee Refreshments which will be during the intermission will be in charge of Mrs. H. Queen, Mrs. Greenberg and Mrs David Washer. Entire proceeds of the concert will ')'' transmitted directly to Palestine where the Pioneer Women are engaged in vital rehabilitation programs for women. girls and children in preparing the new immigrants for a pro1 durtive way of life in agriculture, industry and civic and cultural developments. vJnticft FhrHiifi PAGE ELEVEN OFF THE RECORD Judaism Council Meets is to be represented at the fourth annual conference ol the American Council for Judaism which will be held at Hotei Statler, St. Louis, January 17-19 Local .: embers who are planning to attend are Harry Boyell, regional director; Benjamin E. in, chapter chairman and r of the executive comSamuel J. Kanner; Ellard Kohn, and Harry V. Simons. I ssen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given NEW WRINKLES Pale 8 toe e j W e W d r v iding F line haS been Wished the life of mZ Th" r 9 1S bU3y W !" ^ he pro-Russian elec?n iaure nn ,^ S m u nS,S ^ am Unt to anything, but they tO^Gurton aSh mer HaZalr Achdu,h Avoda (opposition otaTs^arlr J? ^T" bom ,he aeneral Zionis • The cen of St a 'V heS f elemen,s woul hardly exceed 25 per used to be r eS ,eW1Sh D P PUla,i0n • • • Zi niSt P ublic <*** Ztli^l u y an "RussiQn b ^use of Russia's suppresantmi^",'^^' 6,C • nl Y Bri,ain s consistently revetrTh a n T^* ^^ P Siti n in favor of *** !" XZ r^ • • ,he U SA WOU,d lend PrompVand eHecUve assistance to carrying out the U.N. decision, the proRussxan senument would be weakened This new development further strengthens the argument in favor of giving the W n T^-f permanent neu ^l status. It should be possible K. u ,.i^V 0 W rld S public P inion lhat *e land of the !" ,t ^.K ? Ut f WQr • PP nen,s of the idea point out that the neutrality of Judea would have to be guaranteed, as m the case of Switzerland, by its neighbors, the Arab states ... In the period of the aeroplane, not the immediate neighbors count The Great Powers. U.S.A.. Soviet Russia and Britain would have to be the guarantors ... It is true, however, that Judea could not join the U.N. if she proclaims her neutrality in any world conflict This is not too high a price to pay for neutrality ... The real aim of a real U.N. is to create a "neutral" world free of armed conflict Then Judea and Switzerland will be welcome members Englandw llV.ul> Golden Age Grou(i Isaac Englander was unanimously elected first president of the Golden Age Friendship club of Miami YM & WHA. Other officers elected unanimously include: Frank Weinstein, first vice pres.; Mrs. Louis Levett, second vice pres.; Mrs. Gus Ginsberg, sec; and Mrs. Paul Raff, treas. Chosen to the executive committee without opposition were: Lewis Green, Mrs. Zimmerman. Mrs. Singer, Jack Regal, Mrs. Weisman, Louis Weintraub. Louis Kaplan, Mrs. Jack Regal, Mrs. Kreimer, Mr. Rothstein, Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer, Mrs. Okoneff, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham, Mrs. Glut-k. Mr. Goldberg. Paul Raff. Plans are being made for a Purim celebration on March 28, including a masquerade party, Purimspiel, Queen Esther contest, dancing and a buffet supper. The club mets every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Miami Y. Visitors 50 years of age and over are welcome to attend. Lodge Announces Tennis Victors Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith tennis tournament closed with the victory of the doubles team composed of Perry Botwin and Milton A. Friedman, by 6-3 and 6-4 score, last week. Runners-up in the finals were Sol Rovin and Dave Frank. Loving cups will be presented to Botwin and Friedman by Sam Silver, lodge president, at the next regular meeting January 13, 8:13 p.m. at Temple Israel. In the lodge singles, Sol Rovin beat Perry Botwin becoming eligible to receive a loving cup. S. .1. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D'lED "WHS Telephone 5-1017 Y Camp Holds Annual Iteunion 280 children between the ages of 4 and 12 attended the annual reunion of the Miami YM-YWHA Home Camp on Friday, January 2. A program beginning at 10 in the morning and lasting until 5 in the afternoon featured a Maccabiad, hot lunch, community sing, amateur show and quiz contest, movies and a maeic show by F.oscoe the Magician. Under the supervision of the "Y" Camp Staff, the following counselors voluntarily contributed to the program: Toby Jacokskind. Beverly Koch, Margie Miller, Rosalyn ?4orris, Eva Stein, Phyllis Steinbach, Lou Goodman Jerry Merlin and Robert Rubenstein Life Insurance Estate! Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayna Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Rose Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Rein hard. 2160 S.W. 5th St. on Tuesday, it has been announced by Mrs. Maxine Reinhard. president. A cultural program has been planned under the direction of Mrs. Louis Kessler, chairman. 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 Equipment Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3-4741 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges — Griddles — Fryers — Work Tables — Steam Tables Refrigerated Sandwich Units CUMP1.ETK PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER **/ &V*#fA* ROKEACH **Sl / BORSC PCL/ClOus HOT r BEfT SOUP or CHILLED BROOKLYN M.V. r-A*MINOOLX n.j. M IAMI TITL€ 4 Obstruct Co. it run or Tim tana %  ux coorrr ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE IN SURAN CE ,. TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES Of KANSAS BITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. AJMU Wear/r $2,000.000 00 *1 N. E. FIRST AVE. 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%  M ^^s-ves^BTSae %  ^AifFSiSJ*^** PAGE TWELVE rjenirtncrkiM FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 19 C A L LIN G All Blood Donors! i .. •^/^r; ,, to insure the safety of our commuTKe Blood Bank of Dode County needs regular donor torn ^ ^ ^ nrty ... ond organizations are assured that their group w.n donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and g.ve tw.ce a year. Thi ban 00 y K B amaa WAllP r e if or vour bved ones will need blood! requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE S 0 S 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 ior 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 :he Blood Bank to procure more volunteer donors. The Blood Bank of Dcde County and the people who have benefited by z'.zod are grateful for the generous cooperation extended. At the same time, we express our gratitude and wish to point out that the need continues to grow, and that the efforts :: 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 SI?T:C TANI ZC. ~\ G:eer.:ec: & Crcsbv—Jewelers Fincher Oldsmobile Motors, Inc. GREEN BROTHERS—Brokers • lOOCLmcomBd Miami Boach w HI ^ "• %  mi 55 Hi 24th St Miami DC w l LUMBER CO. G. M. A. CLUB 15.: Si lr S-. Miaou Kerne Milk Producer! SKI N w 2& s-_ 4t Belie UU Miami Beach 221 E. Fiaqler St. PARK'S MEN'S SHOP Miami LEO GERNGROSS WOTFOfiD HOTEL MILTON WEISS Mi mi C:e= Dr.ve MM >.= :; MTrnifl l Uda. Miami ^ 4549 Pinetree Drire Miami Bead" ch i3r D N C ? ?? A ME APPLIANCES SOUTHERN DAIRIES. INC N L l Av MM 62N.E. 27thSt *** MianB Blood Bank of Dade County 1750 N. W. 10th Aven ue Phone 9-1631 MM E. B. HEDDEN & ASSOCIATES MARTIN DRUG STORE LONDON ARMS HOTEL r.eciry Service Caapanj :00! <**** AT.. !" Collin. AT.. Miarm Beoch 1312-1J C:r.rres= Bid* Miami „ Mi=m. Mrs. William t>ouglas Pawley LYOH ELECTRIC CO. ^ ^ "' & "* "^ — "^ ** As6= 'aiTttiSl Miami Bacb >W4 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach MRS. W F. ROCKWELL MS1M.W. TtA*, MM 5565 Pinetree Drir. Miami Bwei THE SUNGAS COMPANY MRS V C P ">MMER



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948 Hebrew Scholarships to Miami University Made Possible Through Ratner Memorial +Jenist>ncridHatn PAGE THIRTEEN Seven scholarships are being offered to college people who will take Hebrew in the Spring term at the University of Miami. These scholarships have been made possible by the Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarship of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Established in November 1947 by Mis. Matilda Ratner, in memory C if her husband, Charles A. Ratner, the fund is to encourage young people to pursue Jewish studies. The evening division of the University of Miami recently announced that Hebrew would be taught in the evenings, Tuesday and Thursday, beginning February 10, from 7:15 to 8:30 and that it will be a three credit course. Eligibility requirements for the Ischolarship are that (1) applicant t must be a college student and (2) applicant must be a local resijdent. A knowledge of Hebrew is Jnol a pre-requisite. The scholarship will cover the | tuition fee of $45 for the three Icredit course given in the Spring. [Applications should be in the bureau office by midnight Janluary 23. Forms may be obtained [at 318 Congress Building, Miami. |3-5858. larship committee of the Bureau consists of David Isen RahhT MrS Matilda Raln <-""" Rabbi Murray Grauer and A P Oannes. Beth David PTA Card Party Jan. 18 Sisterhood and Parent-Teachers Assn. of Beth David are sponsoring a card party the evening of January 18 at 8 o'clock in the Talmud Torah for members and friends of the congregation. Mrs. Sam J. August, ways and means chairman of the Sisterhood has asked those planning to attend to arrange their own table of four. Those not in a party will be placed at a table with other guests who wish to play similar games. Sandwiches, cake and coffee will be served by the hostesses Any proceeds from the evening are to be used for the congregation building fund. Mrs. Harry Laufer, general chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. E. D. Merlin, refreshments; Mrs. Alex Stiebbel, card tables: Mrs. Jack Rosenberg and Mrs. Joseph Berman. games; Mrs. Harry August, tickets and publicity; Mrs. Max Feldman, P.-T. [AJC Party Changed A chairman; and Mrs. Elix „ ,. Hinkes, telephone. Greater Miami Mens chapter Hostesses for the evening will nd the Miami Chapter Women's beMrs. Norman D. Jacobs. Mrs livision of the American Jewish Eugene Mayers, Mrs. Dave Ra-s have changed the loca-1 binowitz, Mrs. Essie Bergmann. 1 their scheduled games Miss Jcan Stiebbel, Mrs. Ben baits of January 12 at 8 p.m. Hel tz > Mrs. George Feller. Mrs |t will be held at the Beth David ,da Hartz and Mrs. Harry S al hall, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., £ liami, instead of the Amvots all. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that Hi'' undersigned are engaging In busil .'. l '. s s ... ui l< 1 ""• fictitious name ol PARK MAR, at (641 Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida, and Intend to rentier sin,I name with the Clerk nt Hi* t Ircult Court of Dade County, Florida. IIARHV SCHWARTZ, ESTHER RAUZIN. MARVIN RA1.ZIN, w ASM AN. SILVER ti SAKOW1TZ, Attorneys for Applicant*. 1.'.'-!•;-2:1-:sn 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN tha tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under ihtfictitious name o' •I.A'll.KIt [••(,(,|) SHOP at 271 Hunt Plagler Street, Miami, Florida, intend i" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. iloi Ida, %  TACK GOULD EDWARD BOOAN Petitioners. MYERS, HE1MAN fc KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners. 1/8-16-23-30 2/6 FOR MEN ONLY S40.000 Slock Just Arrired finest Quality Men's Fabrics in the World" Genuine Forslmann Julliard Silk GABARDINE I SUITS and SLACKS Regs., Longs, Shorts, Stouts Ideal for Year Round Wear "Daily Fa ctory Shipments" DIRECT FACTORY PRICE | Austin H. Burke 800 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET Daily 9-6; Sundays 11-2 I opp's To Employ >"\v "ltadarangtV At the National Restauranteurs association convention held here January 5 to 8, George Greenspan presented for the exhibition in Bayfront park the new "Radarange," which cooks with radar rays. Operator of Topp's restaurant on N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Greenspan is the first restauranteur to contract for the new device on the local scene. It is to be installed in the dining room of the establishment so that guests may see the machine cook at intensely high speed. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fl,iltloiis name ot Palace Poultry at 3040 Aviation Avenue. .Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the < "it—iit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB II COHEN Sole Owner. I 9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11 I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A,M> FUR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 113885. ETHEL ROBERTS, Plaintiff, vs. HERBERT li. ROBERTS, I >efendant. TO: HERBERT B. ROBERTS. 74-15 3-'th Avenue Jackson Heights, Long Island, NewYork You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause. on or before February 6, 1918, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Bet this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks in The Jewish Kloridian, a newspaper published In Bade County, Florida. Dated this nth day of January. 1*48. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 1 9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot Star Watch and Jewelry at 45 N.W. 1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oade County, Florida. FLORENCE PELTZ Sole Owner, Welnsteln, Welnsteln and Welnsteln Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — No. 18093. BE: ESTATE OF FRANK BEUTSCH, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have riled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Frank Deutseh deceased; and that on the 2nd day of February, I94K. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Frank Deutseh, deceased. This 31st day of December, 1947. LEWIS CHESTER, Executor. MARX M. FKINHERG Attorney for Executor. 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Wilson's I'ackage Store at 1017 N.W. 79th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HR.MAN MACK Petitioner. MYERS. HhlJIAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Herman Mack 1/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in I business under the fictitious name ot JMONDRE8 AND COMPANY at 908 l TS-'BN vi rva Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 DIXIE TIRE C? Until &ai*aji a L A f U MIAMI 101 $. W. first Street M27 N. Miami Ave. ^ N.W. 17th Ave. MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverised and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot Club Savoy at 5S5 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ELLIOT SIMON8 Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of M & 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. MYERS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 ... J?, R DER OF PUBLICATION IN ,,?L H &,EK?K 1T %  -'h day of December. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,.-... „ Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. A. J. KAPLAN U PU,y C erk Solicitor for Plaintiff 1.0.1 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 1/2-9-16 2! ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 113530. KATHRYX MUELLER, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM MUELLER, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: WILLIAM MUELLER. 88 Van N'ess Avenue Rutherford, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appeal to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the a ,; ve -yled cause on or before the 19th day of January, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. I-et this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a newspaper published In Dade County Florida. 1947 ATED th 8 16 d y f Uecen,ber E. B. LEATHERMAN, „ Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCK INO, SAM SILVER UePUly Cler,t Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 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 gordon Roofing and Sheet Metai ^Pi rlc at .i 14 S W 2Znd Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACK GORDON ,....,,„ I L>A R. GORDON SAN FORD S. f'AUNCE Attorney for Applicants .66 N.E. 16th Street 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN UBat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name o Miami Watch Crystal Co. at 127 N.E 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol JS e .S-" -0 11 Cim of Dado County, Florida n ROBERT KUTNER Sole Owner 12/26 1/2-9-16-23



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t^m • mam RHR^RBHHHBMHRHRIHRHH FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. lty Letters To The Editor OPEN STATEMENT De-Ji a i "". ridian N E Sixth St Miami %  E It is -.' ;• i< • • leaching of Sectarian Religion in School Does Hot Meet Problem AJC Report Says Maioi conclusions reached bv Leo Pfeffer. of'er an %  lit Theater Evening • Hist : nth scheduled • %  evening I %  to take | t M; imi B i %  : will DP 1 Diana %  %  to :he J< .. • stabbing the back scribe : • %  W 1. : %  .'. .. f thi eal take ] %  %  : : • :HE RES LT • ii D INFERIORITY '.' •. .. n %  : i Th> :ng %  I' fraction < • : : ; • %  %  ntries J '• eopai %  poi %  I JfW%  • I • ni • si • n :. an I %  of the Committee on La w a Social Action, and a hading authority on Church and State problems in the U.S., based his remarks on an objective observation of the Released Time Pla„ for religious education in public schools made over a 35 year span. The plan of teaching sectarian I religion in public schools during regular school hours has not in any appreciable extent met the problem of the growing religiom illiteracy of American youth, according to Mr. Pfeffer While some factions favor the plan, others consider it to be contrary to the constitutional principle of the separation of church and state; to be responsible for frequent religious friction and disharmony." Pfeffer re-: marked. The released time plan, in the inn of a test case, is now being studied by the U S Supreme C lurt. In the brief of the Champaign case, leading American Jewish organizations have asked the court to declare unconstuu.1 the teaching of sectarian religions during regular school Irvir.g Biasberg. Treasurer BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 Alton Rd. Phone 5-5844 • MIAMI BEACH • R. A. Niceley, funeral Director r-710 S W 12th AV MIAMI-, LlB. 1343LJ YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure I Mark the ..Lovi Ones Experir.ced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO 3253 S. W. 8th St. Two-Story Whit* Building —Orpos.te— WoodlawCemetery. W OFFICULLV REFRESH! THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL MB Inlvna; u Z.xt, f*,T.J*d on **etf SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish yfl24 HOUR -ji? JOS. L. RUMMER Funeral Director MEMORIAL CHAPE FINE FUMERAL SERViCT 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE .1238 Washlrisifl* A** Miami B*acb eOWABD T *.w* f fpntfat Olrtef A. CfSEN'BERC 1ft*""" In Hew Torks ?Wh St. r.d AniHriW yf \ MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MachtoL Director Olyinpia Building Phon 3-3720 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHOHE..MM I", !" ?: 1 1 ,EW1S BEN LAN1ER Fural Director COMMUNITY" A Frl.nd in NMd" WM W. FLAOl**



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948 LIVES OF OUR TIME$ ; Jew 1st Her Id Ian PAGE FIFTEEN 0 WE OF THE GREATEST 'COMEBACKS' MR STA6ED BY A RETIRED ACTOR WAS MAPS IN 1947 BY s\ AL JOLSON AL JOLSON iprf^w k, NORMAN and SOL NODIW w t. RHOPA S. SIMON • LAD WAS M0U6HT.T0 THE U.S. AT THE A6E OF 7. FIRED WITH THE RESTLESSNESS OF SHOWBUSINESS. ASA CHANGED HIS NAME AND LEFT HOME TO TOUR WITH MINSTREL SHOWS AS A SINGER. POSSESSED OF AN EXCELLENT 5W6ING VOICE, WHICH HIS RABBINICAL FATHER HAD TRAINED FOR THE HOLTDAYS. JOLSON FOUND AUDIENCES %  AMAZINGLY RECEPTIVE TO HIS UNUSUAL SINGING STYLE. sT IN 1899 JOLSON MADE HIS NEW YORK STAGE DEBUT AS ME OF A GROUP IN'CHIIDREN OF TK GHETTO AFTER A LOIN PERIOD AS A VAUDEVILLE HEADUNER. JOLSON ACHIEVED STARDOM IN A SERIES OF MUSICAL COMEDIES PRESENTED AT HIW Y0H& WNTER 6ARDEN OF WHICH *HONEY-j MOON EXPRESSES). 'BOMMlltfj ANO'BIG B0Y"(I9K) WER£ OUT-^. %  42 IN 1927. JOLSON CREATED A FUROR WITH THE FIRST BIG SUCCESSFUL TALKING PICTURE .'THE JAZZ SINGER: FROM THEN ON "TALKIES" WERE IN/ AFTER SUCH GREAT PICTURES AS *HAlLHUJAH"IH 1953 AND "THE SIN6IN6 KID" IN 1956, JOLSON BEGAN TO CONCENTRATE ON HIS RADIO CAREER AND SOON BECAME A TOP RATE RADIO STAR. / IN 1940. JOLSON RETURNED TO BROAD WAY IN THE SPRIGHTLY MUSICAL, 'HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS7 AFTER WHKH HE ANNOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT. HOWEVER, HOLLYWOOD CHANGED HIS MIND, AND AT THE AGE OF 5% HE BEGAN WORK ON THE PORTRAYAL OF HIS OWN LIFE/1NE JOLSON STOJiy.":s=^


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r."*-iiH-SAMu Bzsfgg&g m '^z' : ^^2pZ^ m PAGE SIXTEEN Chicago Club Hears Clorfene Judge Irwin B. Clorfene of the Municipal Court of Chicago, will address the Chicago Club of Greater Miami at its meeting to be held on the lawn of the El Morocco hotel 8 p.m., Sunday evening. Recently organized, the Chicago Club has grown to a membership of over 500 former residents of the windy city who have made their permanent homes in the Miami area. A party has been planned for the Latin Quarter on January 25 under the chairmanship of Maurice C. Cohen, it was announced today by Michael M. Isenberg. assistant to the president. Fuil details of the coming affair will be presented at Sunday's meeting. An invitation has been extended by Samuel A. Hoffman, president of the club, to all former Chicagoans to attend this meeting and meet Judge Clorfene. Due to the growth of the organize.:, r. .-.r.ce its inception as a non-pr.'f;: corporation less than two months ago it was resolved to limit further membership at the conclusion of this IT... *Jenhtflcrl^r)_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, M RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Palestine Film At Plaza Theatre "The House In the Dea Palestine's first film be presented at the Plaza I tre, Miami Bes. tomorrow and Sunday. Produced by Palestine Films, Ir.c. the 27-minute story ci the life ::' the Palestinian r and th struggle against I The plot was pted :'.:' the Rosh-Hoshanah • I Thi Eternal L | September 14 of ear. Appearing with the featui ... X Out A the Bl rir.g Gearge Brent and Carole Landis. REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19lhst. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Service will be dedicated to the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Rabbi Albert G. Baum of the national office of the U.A.H.C preach on the subiect "L Judaism." Mrs. Baum will recite the blessing over the Sabbath candles. Sabbath morning services at 11 a.m. Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Services Friday evening conducted by Rabbi Raab will begin at 8:15 p.m. The Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk st.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Servi s Friday night at 9 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will speak •Does History Repeat Iself?" Mr. Mrs. Max Goldberg will be hosts for the Oneg Shabbat that ..-. Saturday morning service at 10 a ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis J. Feder. Sabbath eve 's services a: 5 p.m. Friday night forum at 8:30 p.m. Rab': :.". %  schi U will le ture n "Are 7.. rusts Realists?" Early Sabbath morning es at T a.m. Regular bath services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi's sermon will be "Unfull Hopes" Intermediate services for at 9 a.m. undei r. of the Board of Education Junior congregation I school age at 10 a.m. under super.' of Max Bertman of the faculty Kiddush served I both groups by a Sisterh : Mudy at 4 p.m. with S. I. Fnedman. Mincha at 5:15 p.m.1ol owe d by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi speak on the Portion of the P Regular monthly meeting ,,f the Mizrachi women at 8 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Da.l> :n 3:30 to 1:00 p m Congregation Beth Tfilah 93 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabb. Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday nighl sen firs minyan Second at 9 a.m Rabbi ,n the subFreedom 1 ,n the i-.. portion of the week at 3 p.m. .., ... 4 p.m. followed by Seudos and a progiv zmiros. Rabbi will speak on the Sedra of the Week D, n g services, first minyan a.m. followed by a class in S :,l minyan at 8 a.m. mincha services a< 5.15 p.m. followed by a class in J( laws and custom. Maariv at li p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Services Friday at .V30 p.m. Late Friday night : I 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will p on the subject 'Gentlemen's nt What Is Its Message." Refreshments will be a by a Sisterhood commit .. • Si v ices Saturday at 7:30 a.m. and 9:15 p.m. Children' %  9:30 Rabbi Grauer will preach in the Weekly Portion of tiivKll Ovlt I1INUN 1111 UNCOIN OAO ONC-HAl' HOCK (AST Of AITON I %  I I E • C %  -1-in HONI 1 •in -MIM '•--.(.., c I CllllNII, r>ii<

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 21NUMBER 2
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
S1.000.000 UJA PLEDGE
Local 1948 Drive Sets Pace For United States
Resolution Adopted At Sunday Conference
By unanimous action, the conference adopted a resolution establishing
the goal of $1,489,925.
"We have heard reports from the members of our overseas delegation,
of our representatives to the Atlantic City Conference of the United Jewish
Appeal and of the chairman of the Budget Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
"These reports have highlighted and emphasized not only the gravity
of the problems that face us as a people but of the opportunity that we as a
community have to lead the country in setting a suitable standard of generosi-
ty and of the challenge that this opportunity presents to us.
"What has transpired at this conference today gives recognition to the
fact that 1947 marked a turning point in world Jewish history. After two
thousand years of homelessness, of exile, of hardship and privation, of decima-
tion and destruction, of bowing to the yoke of the oppressorfrom Rome to
Nazi Germanywe, the Jewish people, have arisen from the ashes of the
flames which have all but consumed us and are now determinedly marching
on our path of destiny toward Palestine where the third Jewish Commonwealth
is in the throes of birth.
"We, the Jewry of Greater Miami, are more than witnesses to this historic
panorama. Through our generosity, our understanding, and our labor, we are
participants in this world-shaking drama. We cannot, we must not, merely
sit on the sidelines and view the parade.
"Therefore, we. the Jewry of Greater Miami, resolve that this assemblage
willingly and cheerfully undertake to do its full share in sustaining the Jewry
of Europe, in resettling our war-shattered remnants who are seeking new homes
in America and other lands; and, above all, in giving to the utmost of our
energies and our funds to the building of Palestine and the establishment of
a Jewish State. These tasks, of course, are in addition to the responsibilities
we face to our local and national agencies in Greater Miami and the United
States.
"Be it further resolved that in recognition of the tremendous role that
American Jewry will be called upon to perform in the huge migration and
reconstruction problems that lie ahead in the transportation of tens of thousands
of men, women and children from "the graveyard that is Europe to the Land of
Promise that is Palestine," we hereby affirm the decision of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation that it undertake to raise
the sum of $1,489,925 through its 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, so as to en-
able this community to allot the sum of $1,000,000 to the United Jewish Appeal
and to maintain the essential national and local services which comprise the
fabric of American Jewry and which must be supported adeguately for the
orderly growth and development of our community and our country.
"Be it further resolved that in order to accomplish the precedent-shattering
The Greater Miami Jewish community will be called upon
to contribute $1,489,925 through the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it was decided at
an all-day conference held yesterday at the Steak House of
more than 1,000 persons representing virtually every Jewish
organization in the community.
The conference, held under the auspices of the federation,
agreed by resolution to undertake this largest fund-raising effort
in the history of the local Jewish community for overseas relief,
rebuilding of Palestine and maintenance of local and national
Jewish organizations.
Of the total goal, $1,000,000 will be allotted to the United
Jewish Appeal which has established a national goal for 1948
of $250,000,000. The United Jewish Appeal is made up of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the United Pales-
tine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans.
Comprehensive reports on the conditions of Jews in the dis-
placed persons camps and elsewhere in Europe and a graphic
portrayal of present-day Arab Jewish battles were given by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Monte Selig and Max Orovitz, who
returned recently from a six-week trip to Europe and Palestine
in behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Wm. D. Singer rendered a detailed report on the United
Jewish Appeal conference in Atlantic City last month at which
the record- breaking national goal of $250,000,000 was adopted.
Others who spoke were Stanley C. Myers, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Rabbi Colman Zwitman, Sam Blank, Mrs. A. Goodman,
Al Stone and Rabbi Leon Kronish.
President Jacob Sher of the federation, who presided at the
morning session, presented Joseph R. Stein as the chairman of
the 1948 campaign.
task of raising the gigantic sum of $1,489,925 through our 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal, we call upon every Jewish organization and upon every
Jewish man, woman and youth in Greater Miami to endorse and support this
campaign and give the maximum measure of their energies and their funds
to this appeal. We ask, specifically, that all Jewish organizations devote their
major efforts during the months of January, February and March towards the
achievement of our 1948 goal."
Dr. Baeck Arrives In Miami
To Initiate Tour Of Country
Dr. Leo Baeck, president of the World Union for Progressive
Judaism, arrives in Miami today for his initial appearance in
the American Jewish Cavalcade tour. The 75-year-old German
Rabbi, inmate of a Nazi concentration camp for two years, was
received by President Truman at the White House yesterday
morning.
As his first public appearance
in the United States for the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations which sponsors the
observance, Dr. Baeck is to speak
at the Robert Richter hotel,
Thursday. He will address the
congregation of Temple Israel
Friday evening, with the clergy
of all denominations invited to
attend.
Ben W. Slote is general chair-
man of the Temple Israel ar-
rangements committee, and Ed-
mund I. Kaufmann, representa-
tive of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations in Miami.
In charge of plans for the ban-
quet honoring Baeck Thursday is
a group composed of Leo Acker-
man, H. A. Binder, Max Holts-
berg, Isaac Joffe, Isaac Levin,
Mrs. Isaac Levin, Monte Selig,
Harry Simon, Herman Wall,
Henry Wolff, and Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
Having arrived in New York
Sunday, the proponent of re-
ligion as a helpmate of peace will
make a three-month coast-to-
coast tour of the country, visiting
12 cities in behalf of the Caval-
cade.
Now a resident of London, Dr.
Baeck was rabbi of the Liberal
synagogue in Berlin and a pro-
fessor of homilectics at the Ger-
man-Jewish theological seminary
before the advent of Hitler.
As president of the Reich
Union of German Jews, he was a
leader of the German-Jewish
community during the Hitler era.
An outspoken opponent of Naz-
ism, he was arrested five times
by the Gestapo before final in-
terneship at Theresienstadt for
over two years.
Haganah Assumes Responsibility
For Blasting Arab Meeting Place
JERUSALEM, (JTA>The Haganah this week assumed re-
sponsibility for the blasting of the Semiramis Hotel in the
Katamon guarter of Jerusalem during the pre-dawn hours Mon-
day morning in which five Arabs are known to have died.
A Haganah spokesman said that the hotel was blown up
because it was "a meeting place for Arab gangs and a dis-
tribution point for weapons from
Jerusalem to the adjoining Arab
villages. "Unfortunately," he add-
ed, "we cannot strike at the main
headquarters of the Arab bands
because it is secreted in the El
Aksa Mosque." It is also known
that the hotel was the head-
quarters for the local Najada
and Futuwa "defense" army
headquarters and a meeting place
for members of the Arab Higher
executive and the anti-Zionist
boycott committee.
Despite severe weather condi-
tions, Arabs besieging the Jewish
quarter of the Old City which
has been cut off from supplies
and communications with the rest
of Jerusalem since last week,
launched new attacks early this
week. The Haganah counter-at-
tacked and drove the Arabs back
with hand grenades and heavy
fire, inflicting numerous casual-
ties.
Not only is the Jewish quarter
of the Aid City cut off, but
Safad, a predominantly Jewish
town in an all-Arab area, has
been without telephonic com-
munication with the outside world
for several days since Arab
guerrillas cut the telephone lines.
Jewish-chauffeured cars attempt-
ing to enter the town are fired
on by snipers and a number of
Jewish settlement police who
fired at Arab snipers have been
disarmed by the British police.
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icrease Allotted
Service Bureau
increase of 17.3 per cent over
1947 allotment has been set
the budget committee of the
imunity Chest of Dade County
1948 operations of the Jewish
rial Service Bureau, according
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lt.
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ar will be $48,739.16 as against
h,538.92 this year.
r'This increased figure is sub-
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,o minimum goal of $848,596.77
iring the Red Feather drive
tb. 1 to 17," said Reynolds.
[The Jewish Social Service Bu-
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ent and Charles R. Cohen as
recutive secretary, has head-
Carters at 127 N.W. 2nd st. Mrs.
TJina Brenner Meyers, attorney,
honorary president; Mrs. Leo
Ickerman, secretary; Hyland
lifas, treasurer, and Irving
rankel, assistant treasurer.
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fGefilte Fish' Supper
Miami Hebrew School and
junior Congregation is holding a
t>uffet "gefilte fish" supper Sun-
jay at 6 p.m. in the rhumous
foom of the building, 1101 S.W.
12th Ave.
Following the supper, which is
\o be prepared by several ladies
jf the organization, games and
tards are planned for guests, Ad-
ussion charge for the entire eve-
linR will be $1.00.
Mrs. Louis August and Mrs
lax Jacobskind are co-chairmen
fen charge of the evening. Chair-
men of the games are Mrs. Harry
|Minkoff and Mrs. E. A. Moss..
Tickets may be reserved by
, ig Mrs. Joseph Schwardron.
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on the roof garden of the Atlantis hotel, Tuesday afternoon, De-
cember 16. Over 650 women were present for the affair, which is
the group's main function and fund-raising project of the year.
Inillsfream Plans
Swane< llandieap
A speed-jammed band of 21
sprinters has been named for
next Saturday's renewal of the
$10,000 Suwanee River Handicap
at Gulfstream Park. Led by the
Calumet Farm's mighty Armed,
the enrollment of equine talent
numbers nearly every good speed
artist in the Greater Miami area
for what promises to be the out-
standing short distance race of
the winter season which term-
inates on January 15.
Racing Secretary W. R. Dahl-
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horsemen of closing of nomina-
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Park Handicap, to be run ."losing
day, January 15. The mile and a
quarter contest is certain to at-
tract the premier thoroughbreds
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Ifiss Mandelburg
Bprothy Mandelburg of
^fcnsylvania Ave., Miami
las announced the en-
of her daughter, Gloria,
kan A. Howard of 734
Miami Beach, and New
York.
andelburg is a graduate
Ki Beach Senior High
Her fiance was graduated
Hrside Military Academy
resently a senior at Le-
^ersity majoring in ac-
He is a member of Pi
tPhi.
has been set for the
and
hi*k
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filler. Gordon
Spring Wedding
i a;
rly spring wedding is
Jo:- Miss Miriam Miller
Gordon whose engage-
announced recently by
t:- Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
kl 1 5493 North Bay
li Beach, and of Chi-
j. pective bridegroom
' of Mi', and Mrs. Her-
lon, formerly of New
Betrothal Told
For Miss Yagoda
Announcement of the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lucille,
to Max Forman, was made by
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Yagoda, 1610
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach,
on December 28, at the wedding
of their son, Burton, to the former
Miss Esther Shimmel.
Miss Yagoda attended City Col-
lege of New York. She is secre-
tary of the Southeastern Region
of Junior Hadassah, treasurer of
the local Junior Hadassah unit,
a member of the Zionist Youtl.
Commission, and is a Young
Judaea leader. She is employed
as secretary of the Miami Beach
Zionist District.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Forman. New York City, Mr. For-
man will be graduated from New
York University in June. He
served overseas in the United
States Navy for three years.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Raymond Newmans
Reside In Detroit
Miss Jacqueline Siegal of Mi-
ami and Raymond Paul Newman
of Detroit exchanged vows De-
cember 28 at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing. A reception for guests fol-
lowed the ceremony.
The daughter of Mrs. Evelyn
Siegal and the late Donald Siegal
Miss Libby Arkin
Announces Engagement
the I
She
of

Miss Miller
k, N. j.
Slier attended schools ir
nd was graduated from
rn University with
of Bachelor of Science
attended the University
>is. Chicago Teacher':
Bnd Anshe Emet Hebrew
^d.iv schools where sht
luated from the syna-
Mlege department. Sht
per Sunday school teach-
ing at the College ol
Itudies, Chicago. The
ct has been teaching
, Miami Beach for the
years,
^fcdon attended schools in
Hffiswick and Ohio State
y in Columbus, Ohio,
Wbe graduated from the
By of Miami in February.
Bd as an officer in the
[ the European, Medi-
I and Pacific theatres
he U.S.S. Mt. Vernon
U.S-.S. Stokes. He is a
(of Sigma Alpha Mu
and treasurer of
dge, B'nai B'rith.
Miss Arkin
Engagement of Miss Libby
Arkin to Dr. Robert Tanner was
told over the holidays at a party
in the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Arkin, 1221
Meridian ave., Miami Beach. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
J. Tanner, 2287 S.W. 27th St.
Miss Arkin, a senior at the
University of Miami, is majoring
in psychology. She has also at-
tended Ohio State University.
A graduate of Pennsylvania
State College of Optometry, the
prospective bridegroom has
served in the Army Medical Corps
five years. He was in charge of
the eye clinic in Connecticut and
did research at Cambridge Uni-
versity and the London Refrac-
tion hospital. He now practices
optometry in Little River.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
A June wedding is planned by
Miss Joan Ruth Birn and Jack
Donald Kobleys
Wed In Albany
A wedding ceremony in Albany,
Ga., at the home of the bride,
united Miss Peggy E. Johnson and
Donald E. Kobley December 25.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Johnson of Albany. Mr.
Kobley's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Irving G. Kobley, 2135 North
Bay Rd., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kobley was attended by
her sister.
The bride is a graduate of
Grady Nursing School, Atlanta.
Mr. Kobley, a senior at Emory
Medical School, was graduated
from Miami Beach High school.
The couple are to reside in
Atlanta.
Mae Moriber
Plights Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Philip I. Moriber
of 2310 S.W. 6th St., have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Mae, to Melvin B. Han-
delsman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Handelsman, 1844 S.W.
2:st St. Several parties are being
arranged for Miss Moriber.
Miss Beyer Tells Of
Betrothal To Gerstein
Mrs. Newman
was given in marriage by her
uncle, Charles Burke. Miss Jac-
queline Burke, the bride's cousin,
was maid of honor; Mrs. Frederich
Burke, bridesmatron, and the
Misses Ronnie and Rosaline Han-
sen, bridesmaids.
Mr. Newman's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Newman of De-
troit, Mich. His brother, Robert
Newman, was best man. Ushers
included Frederich Burke, cousin
of the bride. Buddy Abram and
Russell Chappee, and junior ush-
ers, Lloyd Newman, brother of
the groom, and Saul Wolfson.
Mrs. Newman attended schools
in Providence and the Miami Art
school here. She was active in
Junior Hadassah work in Pro-
vidence.
A veteran of three years with
the Army, Mr. Newman attended
the University of Chicago. He is
now engaged in business with his
father in Detroit.
After an extended honeymoon
through the South, the couple will
reside in Detroit.
Miss Byer
Betrothal of two University of
Miami students, Miss Selma D.
Byer and Gerald L. Gerstein, was
made known this week by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max A.
Byer, 1623 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach. Mr. Gerstein is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Ger-
stein, 2321 S.W. 21st St.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Trenton, N. J. and is now a
member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority
at the university.
Her finance attended Miami
Senior High school and was
graduated from Gordon Military
Academy. He studied at the Uni-
versities of Miami and North
Carolina with the Navy V-12
training program, receiving his
commission at Notre Dame. As a
three-year veteran of naval
service. Mr. Gerstein resumed his
studies at the university, major-
ing in engineering. He is treasur-
er of Pi. Lamba Phi fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Miss Moriber
The bride elect attended
schools in New York and the Uni-
versity of Miami. Her fiance, a
student at the University, is a
veteran of the U.S. Navy. He
served aboard the Battleship New
Mexico.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
Removed by Multiple Electric
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safe and permanent methods.
Frances
A H N
Opera Guild of Miami Presents
METROPOLITAN OPERA STARS
L.mfli. Reggiam. Petroff, Lazzari
In "RIGOLETTO"
Jon. 10. 12. 14. 15
At Miami Senior High School
Auditorium At 8 P.M.
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Cordelia's. Amidon's, Miami Beach
Radio Co., and Opera Guild Office.
625 S.W. 29th Road. Phone 3-5967
$4.80$3.60$2.40
$1.20Unreserved
Juno Date For Hiss
Randolph Pathman whose en-
gagement was announced this
week by her parents, Mr. and
i.Mrs. A. Otto Birn, 4120 Pine Tree
Drive, Miami Beach.
Miss Birn, formerly of South
Orange, N. J., attended Daycroft
school in Stamford, N. J., Miss
Beard's school in Orange. N. J.,
and was graduated from Larson
Junior College. New Haven. She
is now studying languages at the
University of Miami.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Pathman of Miami Beach, the
prospective bridegroom attended
schools in Chicago, his former
home, and served in the Air
Forces two years as an instructor.
He receives his bachelor of ed-
ucation degree in February from
the University of Miami where
he is a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
TEACHER OF PIANO AND KEYBOARD HARMONY
Specializing in ImprovisationYears of successful experience
Teaching children and adults will come to home
Call 5-5593 beginning Monday for interview
EVE WHITE
urdirie's
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$3-98 yard
An extra-special attraction for
you who are fashion-wise .
and value-wise! This Burdine
group of Cohama excellent
quality silk prints includes
large and small patterns, geo-
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exotic and restrained color
combinations. Prints for
dresses, suits, redingotes,
blouses and scarfs ... for day-
time and evening. And, be-
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themselves perfectly to new
femininized lines. Background
colors in pastels, medium
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*Jenist>fkr~ FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, lg^
Pioneer Group
I ii si alls Of fleers
Pioneer Women, club No. 2.
recently installed Mrs. Maurice
L. Zaretsky as president for the
year. Installation by Mrs. Celia
Rubin took place December 23 in
the auditorium of Beth Jacob
synagogue. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Bessie Weisman of Chi-
cago was guest speaker for the
evening and Mrs Max Shubow,
toastmistress.
Others chosen to serve include:
Mrs. Jacob Casofff, vice pres ;
Mrs. William Maimud. trees :
Mrs. Yetta Davidson, financi i!
sec: Mrs. Max Shubow, rec. sec;
Mrs. Ann Goodwin, corres. sec.
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes is new
Moatzat Hapoalot chairman with
Mrs. Ceha Rubin, co-chairman;
Mrs. Abe Dorff. JNF chairman,
Mrs. Louis Marcus and Mrs. Gus-
sie Pecker, co-chairmen; Mrs. M.
Ratner. child rescue fund chair-
man, Mrs Nathan Bookspan and
Mrs. M. Witner, co-chairmei;
Mrs. Aaron Liebman. member-
ship chairman, Mrs. E. Cutlet and
Mrs P. Gratz. co-chairmen; Mrs.
Krantz. hospitality chairman, and
Mrs Max Wolfson, publicity.
I\KAJf5T ni'OS r<>
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I rh mi .in Ikegins
Leetare Series
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who re-
turned last month from an ex-
tended tour of Palestine, will in-
augurate a series of three lec-
tures commencing this Friday
with the subject "Palestine A
Reality." These lectures will take
place at the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center, 1415 Euclid
Ave.. at 8:00 p.m., January 9.
16 and 23.
Topic for the first lecture to be
rendered this Friday
grained in Our Blood."
The public is invited.
Gathered above are the members of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood who have keen
crocheting, knitting, basket weaving and pottery making and paintmg every Tuesday afternoon for
the past several weeks for the Temple's Bazaar to be held in the patio. January 21 and22
They are (seated left to right): Mrs. E. Allen Becker, chairman of the Bazaar. Mrs CarmllBaum,
Mrs. Emanuel Goldslrich. President of the Sisterhood Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs William Farr. and
Mrs. Samuel Kelemer; (second row. standing): Mrs. Betty Keit. Mrs. Edward Mencher. Mrs Ben-
jamin Seidler, Mrs. Theresa Young. Mrs. Carol Aberman. Mrs. Rose Williamson. Mrs. t. K-asien,
Mrs. Louis Krensky; (third row): Mrs. Ash. Mrs. Lucy Reckler. Mrs. E. S. Diener. Mrs. Arthur
England Mrs. Rena Somerstein, Mrs. L. Appleion: (fourth row): Mrs. Sally Kurlander. Mrs. Mark
Donon, Mrs. Jean Lachman, Mrs. Joseph Arkin. Mrs, Lena Blair. Mrs. Fishman. Mrs. M. Laver. Mrs.
Goldstrich and Mrs. Krensky are co-chairmen of the group.
ne Taste Will Convince You, Too!
HOROWITZ
MARGARETEN
Koshtr Cinn4 Chick*
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utstaiidmf in flavor
Yes, ah the
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Canned Chicken Products
are zestfully seasoned the
rich-tasting, traditional,
home-style Jewish way.
Economical, too...
save work, time, money!
"In-
Mrs. Nelson Hostess
To Sholom Sisterhood
Mrs. Bess Nelson of 5563 La-
Gorce Drive, Miami Beach, will
be hostess at a "deadline" lunch-
eon on Wednesday, at 12:30 p.m..
to members of Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood who have sold
S25 or more of advertising for the
Sisterhoods Calendar Journal.
The luncheon takes place in
Dorothy Hopkins restaurant. 525
41st St.
There is to be no adm
cnarge other than proof that the
quota of advertising has been
scld There will be cards and
man jongg after the lunchc n
Troop Six Earns
Boy Seout Award
Troop Six. Boy Scouts of
America, affiliated with the Mi-
ami YM-YWHA was awarded the
monthly banner for efficiency of
the Chickasaw Nation, one of the
Scout Divisions of Greater Miami.
Victor over nine other Boy
Scout Troops of the Chickasaw
Nation, the troop gained many
points through attending the an-
nual Patrol Leaders' Conference
at Snapper Creek. Other points
were earned for community serv-
ice acting as color guard and foi
high attendance.
Tuosf who attended the Patrol
1 let's' Conference are; Martin
Breckstein, Gi ne Wernikoff,
Daniel Roberts. Jack Diamond,
Norman Gamse, J mor-
stein. Gerald Coburn and Robert
Naumann.
Al the Court of Honor Martin
kstein was awarded a Firsl
Class badge, and Gerald Coburn.
Robert Naumann and Jerry Mar-
morstein were awarded their
Second Class Scout Badge.
PLAZA Theatre
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948
Center Schedules
'Victory Dinner1
Concluding Drive
Rabbi Irving Lehrman an-
nounced that over $140,000 had
been pledged to the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center build-
ing fund drive by last Friday
night services at the official con-
clusion of the campaign.
Final reports are to be made
at a "victory dinner" planned for
Sunday, January 5, according to
George J- Talianoff, general
chairman.
Meetings for the week included
a report luncheon held at the
National hotel Wednesday at 12:15
p#m, at which Rabbi Lehrman
was principal speaker. The hotel
division, headed by Ed Singer,
made its first report last Sun-
day. Others were made on the
grounds of the new building, lo-
cated at 17th St. and Washington
Ave.. last week.
Plana for the cornerstone lay-
ing were made for the afternoon
of January 25 at the location of
the building now under construc-
tion. Alfred Stone is in charge
of arrangements.
+Jeisti fk* tdian
Temple Holds
Fashion Show
Presenting children of their re-
ligious school as models, the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
hold a fashion show on Sunday,
January 18, at 3:30 p.m. in Kap-
lan Hall.
Co-chairmen for the event are
Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Henry
E. Wolff, and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan.
Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein is to
act as commentator for the styles.
Entitled "The Children's Hour,"
the program will have seven
stage settings, which are being
designed by Mrs. Alvin Richter
and Mrs. Leo Stein.
Admission charge for the per-
formance will be a dollar per
person. Children are welcome to
the event, cf which the proceeds
are t) benefit the Temple's Re-
ligious School.
Sholem Lodge Women
Meet Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
Lodge will hold their regular
meeting on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at
Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel.
Mrs. Tena Katz, president, will
conduct a brief business session
after which the members and
guests will join the men of Sholem
Lodge in the auditorium to hear
an address by Arnold Forster,
National Director of the Legal
and Fact-finding Division of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith Refreshments will be
served at the close of the meet-
ing.
PAGE SEVEN
3EG
SAM
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Formerly of
MIAMI BEACH
ANTILLA HOTEL C&RAu uAba-
i INCI 08 LI BLVC
Italian American Dinners
>.:, i HOPS SEA FOOD
., *, ---1 LUNCWON DINNER
Unveiling
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Mrs.
Golde Perl, mother of Louis Perl,
will take place Sunday at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate.
Arrangements are under the
charge of Harry Gordon of Gor-
don Monument Co.
Mrs. Weinstein Speaks
To Temple Sisterhood
"Treatment of the Jew in Cur-
rent Literature," a talk by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, was the feature
of the meeting of Temple Israel
Sisterhood on Monday, January
5
"Gentlemen's Agreement," both
'he book and the movie, and the
mov'f, "Crossfire," was discussed
by Mrs. Weinstein, local book-
reviewer. Mrs. Alfred Millin Dia-
mond, soprano, offered a group
of numbers.
Recapture the Gracious
Art oi Dining!
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*Jwistncr1ctto_
Motor Trip Follows
Barnhards' Wedding
A motor trip to Bok's tower
and throughout Florida followed
the December 28 wedding of Miss
Fay Miller of Charleston. S. C.
and Howard J. Barnhard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard of
Miami Beach. The couple has re-
turned to Charleston where they
are both students at the Medica!
college of South Carolina.
Vows for the double ring cere-
m my were exchanged in Beth
Jacob synagogue before an al-
t a r decorated
|with gladioli and
lighted candela-
Ibra. with Rabbi
|M m s Meschel-
jff officia ting
[assisting by Can-
|tnr Louis D
. Fi der. Nup t i a 1
'Iff music was pro-
vided by a string
quartette corn-
Mr.--. Barnhard Prised of Ed-
ward Mandell.
John Freeman. Jacob Langfur
and John Aswell.
A reception followed in the
synagogue.
The bride, given in marriage
by her uncle. Mose Miller of
Charleston, chose Mrs. Leo Fields
of New V rk ...- he] matron of
honor. Melvin Sabshin was best
man tor Mr. B^nhard.
Mrs. Barnhard is a graduate of
the College of Charleston. The
bridegroom was graduated from
Miami Beach High school and the
University of Miami and attended
the University of Florida. During
the war he served at the naval
hospital in Key West. Fla.
FOR RENT
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kitchen and entrance. Also double
room for couple or 2 girls with
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1244 N. W. 27lh Street
Phone 2-6904
FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, |||
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Personally Speaking ..
Chester H. Gelbert. son of Mr. onelifeB=d l**
1630 S.W. 10th St., spent the New Years vacation
He is a junior at Northeastern University, Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto ArVunde and aunt of Mr, Frank
Thompson, and a cousin Mrs. Allen Daniel and children, all of
S d Pattenberg. N. ]., are spending two^onj.
Miami They will be joined in several weeks by Mr. Daniel who
will remain with them until March.
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Mrs. Max Forman, creator of the original "Bible dolls, has
been visiting in Miami Beach with Mr. and Mis. Albert Haim
of 1784 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jacobs of New York City are spending
two months at the Ritz Plaza hotel in M.ami Beach. Mrs. Joe
Jacobs is the sister of Herman Gordon of Miami. A dinner party
was held at Ciro's recently in honor of the Jacobs' 40th wedding
anniversary. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfe, Miss Ruth Friedman, Miss Barbara
Weiss, and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gort of Wilkes-Parre, Pa.,
who are spending their honeymoon at the Roney Plaza.
+ *
Miss Pauline Gerson and Ann Kuttner of Boston have re-
turned home after a three-week stay at the Georgian hotel,
Miami Beach. Miss Gerson is a cousin of Mrs. Bernard I. Gel-
bert of Miami.
* *
Mr. .and Mrs. Jack L. Shubow of Detroit are spending their
honeymoon at Miami Beach as guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Shubow, 420 Jefferson Ave. Mrs. Shubow was Miss Adele
Gore prior to the newlyweds' marriage in Detroit November
25. Mr. Shubow, a prominent Michigan jewelry broker, is the
son of Rabbi Meyer Shubow of Detroit.
* *
Mrs. Ida Optner of 2353 S.W. 24th Terr., has as her house-
guests her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Saul Optner
of New York City. They will remain until January 18.
+ *
Morris Kesselman of 1828 S.W. 9th St., left Tuesday for
New York upon word of the death of his mother, Mrs. Pearl
Kesselman.
* +
Mrs. Samuel Olkes of Cleveland is spending several months
with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Olkes
ot 1744 S.W. 15th St.
f 'WU\
ROACH
CONTROL
n
71
Complete
TERMITE CONTROL
Bended Guarantee
Phone 3-4848
449 W. Flagler Si.
r~N
Goodman-Steinberg
Wedding Sunday
Miss Gl ria Goodman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Good-
man. 4451 S.W. 5th Terr., will
become Mrs Seymour Steinberg
Sunday evening at a candlelight
the Miami B
sh Center. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
:ate at the
cerenv ny
Mr. Steinl g's parent! are Mr.
nd '.'- c*-*i >
N W 104th Terr.
All friends of the families hav(
been invited to attend the wed-
ding. A reception will folio1
the Center.
COMPLETE PEST CONTROL
MIAMI BEACH
Better Cm Listings On
Oceanfront Properties Hotela,
Homes op Inveitmenti
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
605 Llnco'r. Rd. Phone S-586*
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January 15th. '
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J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant
Main Office. 7117 Biscayne Blvd
Miami Beach Office, 10H 5th St.. Prince Georoe Hotel
Miami Beach Office. 7435 Collins Ave.
Phone 7.0563
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Phone 6-4011
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rhairn in '.f Bi t l
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1
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Prei idi i
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Vice Pi i
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dent
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Vice I .
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Ami r
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Exclusive Distributors of
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165 N. E. 24th Street Telephone 3-7791
NORTH REACH HOME PATROL
18 Years of Reliable Service
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For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860
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Directors
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indt,
Inc.
GUY W. ELLIS
1 Vice P
:
GEO. GOLDBERG
BENJAMIN N. KANE
Chairman of n. ;,,,! nn
Via PrMldeni ol Bank
HAROLD KA5SEWIT2
Attorn >
MARCIE LIBERMAN
Vic Preiid.ni of Bank
EDW. MERCER
PrenMent of Rank
Ir.sMen, Publlr N,tlon,j
Insurance Co.
ALEXANDER ORR. jr.
Pre.Rin>nt
Alexander Orr, Jr. Inc.
Sydney Frank, Bride
Reside In Miami Beafih
Now residing on Miami Beach
are Mr and Mrs Sydnej Frank
whose wedding took place De-
veningat Both
racol ngregatior. Rabbi Moses
Meschelofi lhe ,,"'-
n my
I Mr and Mis. J.
Miller if Brooklyn, N VT., the
Miller chose
., Mrs. R. se Kl.no of
on ol honor,
n nf four
my over*
A reception and dinnei foil wi I
the v Out-of-town
[uests included a Mr. and Mrs.
Palestine.
The newlyweds are making
at 1010 Pennsylvania
Ave
FOR RENT
Bedroom Apt. close h
O.P.A. Rent-All Year Round
Call 82-2457 9 to ll or after,
or write Mrs. G.
Box 2973, Miami 18
FOR RENT
Room For One or Two
Private Family
Breakfast Privileges
Reasonable
2103 S.W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935
Top Price Paid for
MEN'S USED CLOTHING
AL'S
432 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
KJGUST BROS RYC
HAULING
None Too Large or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
Jry
Dr. Max I. Tendrich
Dentist
Announces the opening of an
additional office at
2190 S. W. 16th Street
Also Evening Appointment!
Phone 3-9956
Quality 9ood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc.
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-fiii
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Inn
4760 N.W. 7th Ave.
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Open 8.00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
BREAKFAST 8 to 12 Noon
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Soft Drinks
Under the Perional Supervision ot
C. F. JERNIOAN
Owner
If HI BflnK Of
420 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At Close of Business. December 31, 1947
COMPTROLLER'S CALL
RESOURCES
Casii on Hand and Due from
c,Bnks $ 7.437.673.05
u- i>- Government Securities... 16,820.083 49
Muntcipal Bonds ...... 1,812.001.00 $26,069,757.54
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 37 500.00
F^,a8Mnd Disroun,s ........ 7.473.579.18
first Mortqaqes or. Improved
Real Estate .. 377.500.00 7,851.079.18
Furniture and Fixtures ..... 4q ooq cR
Other Assets ....... 4S.829.56
Overdrafts 77'28889
17.47 127.135.92
Customer,'Liability Letters of------------------
Cred" ......... 39.248.39
$34,124,721.03
r LIABILITIES
Capital Stock
Surplus S 1-000,000.00
Undivided Prof ,s rnH n 265.000.00
"s and Reserves 450.840.93 $1,715,840-93
Letters of Credit------------------- na
Deposits 39'248'39
32.369.631-71
$34.12472l03
IOUALS


(iDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948
jih Sholom
>st To Grauel
i Stanley Grauel, writer,
Itht'i-, world traveler and
commentator, will be pres-
by Masada and Junior
jssah at 8 p.m. Wednesday
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
He has chosen as his sub-
Exodus 1947Symbols of
|Pi)st-War World."
ling as his credo "my greatest
Ly is people," Grauel claims
fcrive the impetus as a Chris-
minister to probe beneath
Isurface of racial problem?
1 other issues which he de-
es as the outgrowth of pr*
and ignorance. His study
(< Palestine problem, Grauel
led him to seek first-
sources by volunteering as
Ible-bodied seaman aboard
Inious immigrant vessel. The
ii visitor has given eye-wit-
testimony to the United Na-
| Special Committee on Pal-
meeting in Jerusalem, of
Iritish naval party boarding
Exodus 1947" outside Pal-
an waters,
ets for Wednesday's event
1.00 and may be obtained at
|David Congregation in Mi-
and Temple Beth Sholom,
|jacob Congregation and the
Community Center in Mi-
leach.
Mil Education
l< Thood Themo
erhood of Congregation
Jacob will meet Tuesday, at
^m at the Beth Jacob Syna-
301-311 Washington Ave.,
Beach. The theme of the
DC will be "Child Educa-
bi Moses Mescheloff will
the women on the topic
ChildOur Future."
fers of the faculty of the
Jacob Religious school will
podiK-ed to the membership.
pusical program will in-
n: nil rn Palestinian and
al selectioM by Miss Irene
f, coloraturo soprano, who
an the concert stage and
New York and principal
[ throughout the coimtry.
anying her at the piano
Mrs. Raymond Wucher.
Jack Hirsch, president,
piiluct the business meet-
Bshments will be served
social hour held during
| the faculty members and
I the Religious School
|f will discuss mutual
:ert Artists
r For W.C.
Imen's Circle, branch 692.
! Beach, has scheduled a
| inert to be held in Mi-
each High school audi-
Sunday at 8 p.m. It is
led by Walter Grossman.
[assistant conductor of the
Pty of Miami Orchestra.
pi for the program are
J>uenas, coloratura so-
Mod Riebel, baritone; and
I Grossman, cellist.
[Matured will be the Mi-
jjeert ensemble including
anonico, Ramon Gutier-
Nancy Mills, violinists;
an. cellist; Mary Marks,
f>d Eleanor Linton at the
acob Engages
k Isrolikel
M. child Cantor prodigy,
Mod for an engagement
PPth Jacob Synagogue to-
'aturday and Sunday eve-
^oung cantor, nationally
to musical genius who ap-
I'n the community last
fa again at the Miami
1 school and Junior Con-
P la*t weekend, will again
fc* Sabbath serviees and
a concert at Beth Jacob.
John Stanley Grauel
UNVEILING
An Unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Rev.
Moses Aaron Wilner of 300 S.W.
12th Ave. will take place Sunday
at 10:30 a.m. in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery.
Friends and relatives have
been asked to attend. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Sidney
H. Palmer of the Miami Monu-
ment Co.
Michelaon To Play
Beethoven Recital
Presenting an all Beethoven
sonata recital this Monday at 8:30
p.m. in the University of Miami
main campus lecture hall will be
Henriette Michelson, noted pian-
ist. The five sonatas will repre-
sent the various periods of Beet-
hoven's life.
Also to be presented by the
University of Miami is the Fine
Arts Quartette February 10 and
Tickets for the three concerts
may be obtained at the Universi-
ty of Miami Symphony office or
at the University ticket office,
340 S.E. First St.
PAGE NINE
Stokols Bris
The bris of Daniel S. Stokols,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Stokols of 810 S.W. 7th St. was
performed this morning by Rabbi
Lazarus Lehrer at the Victoria
hospital. Rabbi Murray Grauer
assisted wit hthe ceremony.
Rabbi Louis J. Swichkow of
Milwaukee, brother of Mrs.
Stokols, and Joseph Stokols, the
child's grandfather, are godfa-
thers.
Rosedale Private
Dining Room
Open For Functions
The Rosedale Delicatessen, lo-
cated at 170 N.W. 5th St., an-
nounced this week the opening of
a private dining room. Especially
constructed to cater to organiza-
tions and small groups for private
gatherings, the room will seat
fifty people. Completely new with
panel walls and indirect lighting,
the private dining room is part
of the new addition recently built
as part of the expansion program
of the Rosedale Delicatessen.
Serving the community in the
same location since 1925 the past
ten years the delicatessen and
restaurant has been under the
ownership and management of
Irvin Gordon and Harold Pont.
The owners stated that for quite
some time it has been their in-
tention to try to fill this need
in the community. Reservations
can bejnade by calling 2-9814.
Beach Zionists Meet
Thursday at Center
A Zionist membership meeting
has been called for 8 p.m. Thurs-
day evening at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. Daniel
M. Broad, chairman, has urged
all Zionists to attend.
Featured with the principal
speakers is I. R. Goodman who
will deliver a resume of recent
happenings in Palestine. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring will head the
musical program, offering several
vocal selections and lead com-
munity singing.
kDAlRAi
BUTTER-EGGS
**Wt ALWAYS/
OFFICERS
PAUL R. SCOTT
Chairman
GEORGE E. WHITTEN
Vice Chairman
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
President
COMER J. KIMBALL
Kxecutlve Vice Resident
Vice Presidents
J. G. LEYBOURNE
HARRY G. RETALICK
CHARLES E. BUKER
CHARLES E. KLUGH
R. M. McDANALD
R. M. DOYLE, JR.
C. C. NIELSEN
WILLIAM C. HILL
H. FRANK NORTHROP
OLIN G. 8YMONS
WINTON M. WRIGHT
Vice President and
Cashier
O. E. ROUSH
Trust Department
DAVID B, ALTER, JR.
Vice Pres. and Trust officer
R. D. RODABAUOH
Vice Pres. and Trust Officer
DIRECTORS
G. T. BAKER
President, National Airlines.
Inc.
CHARLES F. BALDWIN
President. Raldwln Mortgage.
& Insurance Co.
HARRY HOOD BASSETT
Vice President.
Oenesee Corporation
PRESTON B. BIRD
Member. Board of County
Commissioners,
i>ade County
CHARLES G. BRAND
President. Hrand
Properties, Inc.
C. B. CHINN
President, Belcher
Oil Company
JAMES O. GARNER
President, Little River Bank
nnrt Trust Company
WILLIAM C. HILL
President. The Coral Cables
First .National Rank
C. E. HOLCOMB
Secretary-Treasurer, S. A.
Ljjrnoh Corporation
R. C. HOUSER
President. Florida Bond
K- Mortgage Company
COMER J. KIMBALL
F.xeo. V Pros., The First
National Bank of Miami
CHARLES D. LEFFLER
Hear Admiral.
U. S. Navv. Retired
J. G. LEYBOURNE
Vice President. The First
National Bank of Miami
RAYMOND M. MILLER
Executive Vice President,
Railev-Mllam. Inc.
WILLIAM P. MOOTY
President, The Franklin
Press, Inc.
BYRON L. RAMSING
Vice Pres., First National
Associates of Florida. Inc.
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
Prealdent. The First
National Bank of Miami
WILtY R. RBYNOLDS, JR.
vice President, w. B.
Revnolds & Company.
Palm Beech
PAUL R. SCOTT
Loftln Anderson Scott
MoCwtby Preton, Attye.
OlORai WHITTBN
jrealdent, Burdloe s. Inc.
The Banking Center of Miami
Since 1902
TMrsfNaftonalBank
of Miami
Tu>o Entrances for Tour Convenience
101 EAST FLAGLER STREET and 21 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
December 31, 1947
RESOURCES
Cash and Due From Banks..................................$ 33,537,852.95
U. S. Government Securities.................................. 90,148,146.60
State and Municipal Bonds............ .................... 2,359,512.23
Other Marketable Securities.................................. 814,643.94
Loans and Discounts............................................ 15,550,559.71
Real Estate Mortgages............................................ 371,663.36
Banking House ........................................................
Furniture and Fixtures............................................
Bank Warehouse......................................................
Federal Reserve Bank Stock..................................
Accrued Income Receivable.................................
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources..............
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit ............
$123,685,999.55
3,174,156.17
15,922,223.07
1,037,388.20
410,730.54
6,750.00
172,500.00
365,171.15
87,666.95
415,367.59
5145.277,953.22
LIABILITIES
Demand Deposits ....................................................$119,362,109.75
Time Deposits .......................................................... 17,972,644.34
Unearned Discount ................................................
Accrued Taxes, Interest, etc...........'........................
Dividend Payable January 2, 1948......................
Letters of Credit............................................ ..........
Capital Stock .......................................................... 4,000,000.00
Surplus .....................................:................................ 1,750,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves.......................... 1,455,084.09
$137,334,754.09
67,967.64
174,779.81
80,000.00
415,367.59
7,205,084.09
$145,277,953.22
Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


PAGE TEN
Sholem Lodge
Plans Opera Party
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
sponsor its second annual opera
party for its members and friends
at a performance of "Rigoletto"
on Wednesday evening.
Marx Feinberg, chairman of
the opera project, announced that
a block of tickets have been made
available to members and friends
of Sholom Lodge and may be
secured by calling 9-1645 or
3-630fi.
Money contributed last year to
the March of Dimes was used to
purchase equipment and employ
the best doctors to treat children
afflicted with polio. Many lives
were saved. YOUR children .
all children ... are in danger of
being stricken by this dreadful
malady. As the friendship train
speeds through America, let the
friendship thought speed through
your mind. HELP! Mail as much
as you can spare to the March of
Dimes. Miami.
Temple Youth Group
Temple Israel Youth group is
planning a meeting and enter-
tainment for 8 o'clock Sunday
evening at the synagogue. Mem-
bers of Miami Shores Community
church have been invited as spe-
cial guests.
Three professional acts have
been scheduled for the evening
as well as dancing after the show.
Refreshments will be served.
Kcpubli<*aiiN Hear
lion Whitohurnt;
Republican leaders from 16
South Florida counties were hosts
here last night to Ben White-
hurst, staff member of the GOP
.,! committee, who made a
public address on the Taft-Hart-
lcv bill.
Arrangements for Whitehursts
appearance in Miami were made
with the national committee by
(- c Spades of St. Augustine.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948
chairman of Florida State Re.
publican executive committee
and Wesley E. Garrison, Republi-
can State Committeeman from
Dade County.
A well-known writer of "Dear
Mr. President" and for five years
a daily radio news commentator,
Whitehurst is now Director of
the Speakers bureau of the na-
tional committee. He is expected
to make two other speeches dur-
ing his stay in Miami.
ABSOLUTE
AUCTION SALE
30 NEW LARGE BUILDING LOTS
ON BAYVIEW POINT SUB-DIVISION
located on Ocean Boulevard between Sunny Isle Pier and
Dade County Ocean Park, just north of Baker's Haulover
Sunday, January 18, 1948 -2P.M.- Rain or Shine
All lots zoned for Hotel and Apartment Buildings. Situated less than 400 feet from the Ocean. Waterfront lots
on Biscayne Bay with new concrete bulkheading; riparian rights, newly paved Streets, City Water, City Elec-
tricity, Insurable Title, Abstracts furnished. Buses pass the property to School and Miami Beach.
TERMS ARRANGED
These Lots lie inescapeably in the path of the northern trend of the development from
Miami Beach. A Handsome profit to investors is thereby assured.
Plan
Your
New
HOTEL
OR
APARTMENT
ON THIS
ATTRACTIVE
SITE!
u mm**...
t3^JF+2V>
aMt;aKW.~w-.--*-::-
**r-
7"j>+-"-r,
TENT SHELTER ERECTED ON PROPERTY. IN CASE OF RAIN
DIRECTIONS: Follow Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, north, to property
SALE CONDUCTED ON PROPERTY UNDER THE BALLOON'
FOR BAYVIEW POINT DEVELOPMENT CO
FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL
Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co., Sellinq Aaents
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 38981 "mIAMI, FLORIDA
ATTENTION ALL REAL ESTATE BROKERS'
We desire and solicit your cooperation in the sale of
this property and commissions will be paid to you
on any lots sold through your efforts


FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948
Pioneer Women
Present Sorin
Final plans for the Samuel
Sorin concert scheduled for Sun-
day evening, February 8, at the
Civic Auditorium, were formulat-
ed at a committee meeting at the
home of Mrs. Max Shapiro, 498
y.W. 18th Rd., on Monday.
The annual concert is sponsored
by the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women which is com-
prised of the three local chapters,
Club I, Club II and the Kadimah
Chapter. Mrs. Anna S. Bild is
president of the Council.
Mrs. Shapiro was chosen to
head the over-all ticket commit-
tee assisted by Mrs. Hyman
Sootin. Ticket chairmen for the
respective chapters are Mrs. I. S.
Shapoff for Club I, Mrs. M. Shu-
bov. for Club II, and Mrs. Al
Alpert and Miss Regina Moss for
Kadimah Chapter.
Appointed to head the follow-
ing working committees are: Mrs.
Hairy Albert, chairman of the
ticket booth committee, assisted
by Mrs Barbara Greenberg, Mrs.
Lena Mintzes. Mrs. Fred Sandier
and Mis. Nat Coulton; Mrs.
Harold G. Shapiro, chairman of
the patron committee, assisted by
Mrs. I Pushkin, Mrs. M. L.
Zaretsky and Mrs. Robt. Miller;
Miss Charlotte Sandier, chairman
of the usher committee; and Mrs.
M. Shubow, Miss Ruth Brotman
and Mrs. Albert H. Berson, co-
chairmen on the publicity com-
mittee
Refreshments which will be
during the intermission
will be in charge of Mrs. H.
Queen, Mrs. Greenberg and Mrs
David Washer.
Entire proceeds of the concert
will ')'' transmitted directly to
Palestine where the Pioneer Wo-
men are engaged in vital re-
habilitation programs for women.
girls and children in preparing
the new immigrants for a pro-
1 durtive way of life in agriculture,
industry and civic and cultural
developments.
vJnticft FhrHiifi
PAGE ELEVEN
OFF THE RECORD
Judaism Council Meets
is to be represented at
the fourth annual conference ol
the American Council for Juda-
ism which will be held at Hotei
Statler, St. Louis, January 17-19
Local .: embers who are planning
to attend are Harry Boyell, re-
gional director; Benjamin E.
in, chapter chairman and
r of the executive com-
Samuel J. Kanner; Ellard
Kohn, and Harry V. Simons.
I
ssen
Construction Co.
2236 N.W. Miami Court
Commercial
and Residential
Construction
LICENSED AND
INSURED
Guaranteed Work
Phone 3-6924
Estimates Cheerfully Given
NEW WRINKLES .
Pale8toeejWeWdrvidingFline haS been Wished the life of
mZ Th" r9 1S bU3y W^ he pro-Russian ele-
c?n iaure nn ,^ SmunS,S ^ amUnt to anything, but they
tO^Gurton aShmer HaZalr' Achdu,h Avoda (opposition
otaTs^arlr J? ^T" bom ,he aeneral Zionis* The
cen of St a'VheSf elemen,s woul hardly exceed 25 per
used to be reS,,eW1ShDPPUla,i0n ZiniSt Public <***
Ztli^l uy,an"-RussiQn b^use of Russia's suppres-
antmi^",'^^' 6,C- nlY Bri,ain's consistently
revetrThan, T^* ^^ PSitin in favor of ***
XZ r^ ,he U"SA- WOU,d lend PrompVand
eHecUve assistance to carrying out the U.N. decision, the pro-
Russxan senument would be weakened This new develop-
ment further strengthens the argument in favor of giving the
!W n T^-f permanent neu^l status. It should be possible
K. u ,.i^V0 Wrld'S public Pinion lhat *e land of the
,t ^.k ? Ut f WQr PPnen,s of the idea point
out that the neutrality of Judea would have to be guaranteed,
as m the case of Switzerland, by its neighbors, the Arab states
... In the period of the aeroplane, not the immediate neighbors
count The Great Powers. U.S.A.. Soviet Russia and Britain
would have to be the guarantors ... It is true, however, that
Judea could not join the U.N. if she proclaims her neutrality in
any world conflict This is not too high a price to pay for
neutrality ... The real aim of a real U.N. is to create a "neutral"
world free of armed conflict Then Judea and Switzerland
will be welcome members .
Englandw llV.ul>
Golden Age Grou(i
Isaac Englander was unani-
mously elected first president of
the Golden Age Friendship club
of Miami YM & WHA.
Other officers elected unani-
mously include: Frank Weinstein,
first vice pres.; Mrs. Louis Levett,
second vice pres.; Mrs. Gus Gins-
berg, sec; and Mrs. Paul Raff,
treas.
Chosen to the executive com-
mittee without opposition were:
Lewis Green, Mrs. Zimmerman.
Mrs. Singer, Jack Regal, Mrs.
Weisman, Louis Weintraub. Louis
Kaplan, Mrs. Jack Regal, Mrs.
Kreimer, Mr. Rothstein, Rabbi
Lazarus Lehrer, Mrs. Okoneff,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham, Mrs.
Glut-k. Mr. Goldberg. Paul Raff.
Plans are being made for a
Purim celebration on March 28,
including a masquerade party,
Purimspiel, Queen Esther con-
test, dancing and a buffet supper.
The club mets every Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Mi-
ami Y. Visitors 50 years of age
and over are welcome to attend.
Lodge Announces
Tennis Victors
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith ten-
nis tournament closed with the
victory of the doubles team com-
posed of Perry Botwin and Mil-
ton A. Friedman, by 6-3 and 6-4
score, last week. Runners-up in
the finals were Sol Rovin and
Dave Frank. Loving cups will be
presented to Botwin and Fried-
man by Sam Silver, lodge presi-
dent, at the next regular meet-
ing January 13, 8:13 p.m. at
Temple Israel.
In the lodge singles, Sol Rovin
beat Perry Botwin becoming elig-
ible to receive a loving cup.
S. .1. Freed man
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214 4th St.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
D'lED "WHS
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Y Camp Holds
Annual Iteunion
280 children between the ages
of 4 and 12 attended the annual
reunion of the Miami YM-YWHA
Home Camp on Friday, January
2. A program beginning at 10 in
the morning and lasting until 5 in
the afternoon featured a Macca-
biad, hot lunch, community sing,
amateur show and quiz contest,
movies and a maeic show by
F.oscoe the Magician.
Under the supervision of the
"Y" Camp Staff, the following
counselors voluntarily contribut-
ed to the program: Toby Jacoks-
kind. Beverly Koch, Margie Mil-
ler, Rosalyn ?4orris, Eva Stein,
Phyllis Steinbach, Lou Goodman
Jerry Merlin and Robert Ruben-
stein
Life Insurance Estate!
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907 Biscayna Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
Rose Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will meet at the home
of Mrs. Harold Rein hard. 2160
S.W. 5th St. on Tuesday, it has
been announced by Mrs. Max-
ine Reinhard. president. A cul-
tural program has been planned
under the direction of Mrs.
Louis Kessler, chairman.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 19
C A L LIN G All Blood Donors!

i .. ^/^r;,, to insure the safety of our commu-
TKe Blood Bank of Dode County needs regular donor torn ^ ^ ^
nrty ... ond organizations are assured that their group w.n
donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and g.ve tw.ce a year. Thi ban
00 y K B amaa WAllPreif or vour bved ones will need blood!
requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
S 0 S 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 ior 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
:he Blood Bank to procure more volunteer donors.
The Blood Bank of Dcde County and the people who have
benefited by z'.zod are grateful for the generous cooperation
extended. At the same time, we express our gratitude and wish
to point out that the need continues to grow, and that the efforts
:: 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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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1948
Hebrew Scholarships to Miami University
Made Possible Through Ratner Memorial
+Jenist>ncridHatn
PAGE THIRTEEN
Seven scholarships are being
offered to college people who
will take Hebrew in the Spring
term at the University of Miami.
These scholarships have been
made possible by the Charles A.
Ratner Memorial Scholarship of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Established in November 1947 by
Mis. Matilda Ratner, in memory
Cif her husband, Charles A. Rat-
ner, the fund is to encourage
young people to pursue Jewish
studies.
The evening division of the
University of Miami recently an-
nounced that Hebrew would be
taught in the evenings, Tuesday
and Thursday, beginning Feb-
ruary 10, from 7:15 to 8:30 and
that it will be a three credit
course.
Eligibility requirements for the
Ischolarship are that (1) applicant
t must be a college student and (2)
applicant must be a local resi-
jdent. A knowledge of Hebrew is
Jnol a pre-requisite.
The scholarship will cover the
| tuition fee of $45 for the three
Icredit course given in the Spring.
[Applications should be in the
bureau office by midnight Jan-
luary 23. Forms may be obtained
[at 318 Congress Building, Miami.
|3-5858.
larship committee of the
Bureau consists of David Isen
RahhT MrS Matilda Raln<-"""
Rabbi Murray Grauer and A P
Oannes.
Beth David PTA
Card Party Jan. 18
Sisterhood and Parent-Teach-
ers Assn. of Beth David are
sponsoring a card party the eve-
ning of January 18 at 8 o'clock
in the Talmud Torah for mem-
bers and friends of the congrega-
tion.
Mrs. Sam J. August, ways and
means chairman of the Sisterhood
has asked those planning to at-
tend to arrange their own table
of four. Those not in a party will
be placed at a table with other
guests who wish to play similar
games.
Sandwiches, cake and coffee
will be served by the hostesses
Any proceeds from the evening
are to be used for the congrega-
tion building fund.
Mrs. Harry Laufer, general
chairman, will be assisted by
Mrs. E. D. Merlin, refreshments;
Mrs. Alex Stiebbel, card tables:
Mrs. Jack Rosenberg and Mrs.
Joseph Berman. games; Mrs.
Harry August, tickets and pub-
licity; Mrs. Max Feldman, P.-T.
[AJC Party Changed A- chairman; and Mrs. Elix
_ ,. Hinkes, telephone.
Greater Miami Mens chapter Hostesses for the evening will
nd the Miami Chapter Women's be- Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. Mrs
livision of the American Jewish Eugene Mayers, Mrs. Dave Ra-
-s have changed the loca-1 binowitz, Mrs. Essie Bergmann.
1 their scheduled games Miss Jcan Stiebbel, Mrs. Ben
baits of January 12 at 8 p.m. Hel'tz> Mrs. George Feller. Mrs
|t will be held at the Beth David ,da Hartz. and Mrs. Harry
S al hall, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.,
liami, instead of the Amvots
all.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Hi'' undersigned are engaging In busi-
l.'.l'.s,s...ui"l<'1 "" fictitious name ol
PARK MAR, at (641 Palm Avenue,
Hlaleah, Florida, and Intend to ren-
tier sin,I name with the Clerk nt
Hi* t Ircult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IIARHV SCHWARTZ,
ESTHER RAUZIN.
MARVIN RA1.ZIN,
w ASM an. SILVER ti SAKOW1TZ,
Attorneys for Applicant*.
1.'.'-!;-2:1-:sn 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN tha
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under iht- fictitious name o'
I.A'll.KIt [(,(,|) SHOP at 271 Hunt
Plagler Street, Miami, Florida, intend
i" register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
i- loi Ida,
TACK GOULD
EDWARD BOOAN
Petitioners.
MYERS, HE1MAN fc KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners.
1/8-16-23-30 2/6
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S40.000 Slock Just Arrired
finest Quality Men's Fabrics
in the World"
Genuine Forslmann Julliard
Silk
GABARDINE
I SUITS and
SLACKS
Regs., Longs, Shorts, Stouts
Ideal for Year Round Wear
"Daily Factory Shipments"
DIRECT FACTORY PRICE
| Austin H. Burke
800 Lincoln Road Building
. Miami Beach
UPSTAIRS MFGR'S OUTLET
Daily 9-6; Sundays 11-2
I opp's To Employ
>"\v "ltadarangtV
At the National Restauranteurs
association convention held here
January 5 to 8, George Greenspan
presented for the exhibition in
Bayfront park the new "Rada-
range," which cooks with radar
rays.
Operator of Topp's restaurant
on N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Green-
span is the first restauranteur to
contract for the new device on
the local scene. It is to be in-
stalled in the dining room of the
establishment so that guests may
see the machine cook at in-
tensely high speed.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fl,iltloiis name ot
Palace Poultry at 3040 Aviation Ave-
nue. .Miami, Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
< "itiit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
JACOB II COHEN
Sole Owner.
I 9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11 I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A,M>
FUR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113885.
ETHEL ROBERTS, Plaintiff, vs.
HERBERT li. ROBERTS,
I >efendant.
TO: HERBERT B. ROBERTS.
74-15 3-'th Avenue
Jackson Heights, Long Island, New-
York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause.
on or before February 6, 1918, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Bet
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks in The Jewish Kloridian, a
newspaper published In Bade County,
Florida.
Dated this nth day of January.
1*48.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
1 9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Star Watch and Jewelry at 45 N.W.
1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Oade County,
Florida.
FLORENCE PELTZ
Sole Owner,
Welnsteln, Welnsteln and Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No.
18093.
BE: ESTATE OF
FRANK BEUTSCH, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
riled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Frank Deutseh deceased;
and that on the 2nd day of February,
I94K. will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executor of the Estate of Frank
Deutseh, deceased.
This 31st day of December, 1947.
LEWIS CHESTER,
Executor.
MARX M. FKINHERG
Attorney for Executor.
1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Wilson's I'ackage Store at 1017 N.W.
79th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HR.MAN MACK
Petitioner.
MYERS. HhlJIAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Herman Mack
1/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I business under the fictitious name ot
JMONDRE8 AND COMPANY at 908
l Intend to register said name with tne
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DOROTHY MON ORES'
JOSEPH R. MONDRES
12/12-19-26 1/2-5
Regular weekly luncheon of
Sholom lodge B'nai B'rith will
be held Friday, 12:15 p.m., at
the Downtown Club, according
to Burnett Roth, luncheon club
co-chairman.
uirk Starts
Long life
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FMIRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113X40.
FRANCES (i. OROUX, Plaintiff, vs.
KENNETH I.. OROUX, Defendant.
TO: KENNETH L. OROUX,
90 drove Street
Tarreytown. New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above .styled cause,
on or before February 6th, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
I his order be published once a week
for not less lhan four successive
weeks in The Jewish Flondlan. a
newspaper published in Dade County,
Florida.
... i this .Mh day of January,
1948.
K 11. LEATHEKMAM,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
1/9-16-28-30
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 113900.
Lola C. Herget, Plaintiff, vs.
Emil L. Herget, Defendant.
TO; EMIL B. HEKUET, SS-46 186th
Street. JIollls, Ijong Island, New-
York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill ot
complaint for divorce filed against you
by LOIS C. HEROBT on or before
the 5th day of February, 1948. other-
wise the allegations of saiil bill will
be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this ,tn
day of January, 1948.
E. I! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
(! EORGE. J. TALI A ,\"FF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113696.
ADELI. LEVEINE, Plaintiff, vs.
I-AWRKNCE LEVEINE, Defend-
ant.
TO: LAWRENCE LKVKINB
Residence Unknown
Ijist known mailing address:
Oeneral Delivery-
Red Bluff. California
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
,,n or before January 23, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Bet
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks In the Jewish Florldlan. a
newspaper published in Dade County.
Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of December,
1947.
E. B. BEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Ijiw
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
12/26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Kelly's Drive In at 1100 N. W. L
Jeune Road, Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
KELLY'S INC.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlns to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Club 79 at 766 E. 25th Street, Hlaleah,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
SAM H. BRUSS
Sole Owner
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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.
MEYER FINE, INC.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A & O Plumbing Contractors at 11Z1
Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach. Fla..
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN OOREUCK
DAVID AUGUSTUS
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Petitioners
412 Congress Bldg.
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name at
WILCK'S ORIGINAL SAMPLE SHOP
at 211 North Miami Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EDITH K. WILCK
Petitioner.
MYERS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys Tor Petitioner
12/12-19-26 1/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLEN'S TRADLNG STORE at 14u
Northwest Fourteenth Street, Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RUTH MILLER
Wasman, Silver & Sakowlti
Attorneys for Applicant
12/19-26 1/2-9-16

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BATTERIES
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
BO/.ART RADIO at 63 N. B. 2nd
Street. Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
CHARLES BOZART
MYERS, H El MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
*3V> ts-'Bn vi rva
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
DIXIE TIRE C?
Until &ai*aji a L A f U
MIAMI
101 $. W. first Street
M27 N. Miami Ave.
^ N.W. 17th Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
945 Fifth Street
1840 Alton Road
ALPER &
GREENBURG
CONTRACTORS. Inc.
"Clearing Lots Our Specialty"
Bulldozer and Drag Lines for
RentGrade A Pulverised
and Processed Muck and
MarlAny Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Call 4-0335 or 78-3878
For FREE Estimates
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Formerly the
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
All Work Guaranteed
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Club Savoy at 5S5 N.W. 3rd Avenue,
Miami, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ELLIOT SIMON8
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
M & 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.
MYERS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
... J?,R.DER OF PUBLICATION
IN,,?LH&,EK?K1T 11th JLD1CIAI, CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 113723
RLTH TOWERS, Plaintiff, va
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
-nth day of January, 1948; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this order he published once a
,i'' .t.-?.r.,.'',,,ul'.';onsei'ut've weeks In
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
Florida "Ub"shed ,n UR', bounty.
,,,];ATKD > -'h day of December.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,.-.- .. Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
A. J. KAPLAN U"PU,y C'erk'
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1.0.1 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
1/2-9-16 2!
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113530.
KATHRYX MUELLER, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM MUELLER, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: WILLIAM MUELLER.
88 Van N'ess Avenue
Rutherford, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appeal to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you in the
a,;ve-yled cause on or before the
19th day of January, 1948; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
I-et this Order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a news-
paper published In Dade County Flor-
ida.
1947ATED th'8 16 d*y f Uecen,ber-
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
. Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCK INO,
SAM SILVER UePUly Cler,t
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
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
gordon Roofing and Sheet Metai
^Pirlcat.i14 S W' 2Znd Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JACK GORDON
,....,,___IL>A R. GORDON
SAN FORD S. f'AUNCE
Attorney for Applicants
.66 N.E. 16th Street
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN UBat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name o
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of the Committee on Law a
Social Action, and a hading au-
thority on Church and State
problems in the U.S., based his
remarks on an objective observa-
tion of the Released Time Pla
for religious education in public
schools made over a 35 year span.
The plan of teaching sectarian I
religion in public schools during
regular school hours has not in
any appreciable extent met the
problem of the growing religiom
illiteracy of American youth, ac-
cording to Mr. Pfeffer
While some factions favor the '
plan, others consider it to be
contrary to the constitutional
principle of the separation of
church and state; to be responsi-
ble for frequent religious friction
and disharmony." Pfeffer re-:
marked.
The released time plan, in the
! inn of a test case, is now being
studied by the U S Supreme
C lurt. In the brief of the Cham-
paign case, leading American
Jewish organizations have asked
the court to declare unconstuu-
.1 the teaching of sectarian
religions during regular school
Irvir.g Biasberg. Treasurer
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LIVES OF OUR TIME$;
*Jew 1st Her Id Ian
PAGE FIFTEEN
0 WE OF THE GREATEST 'COMEBACKS'
MR STA6ED BY A RETIRED ACTOR
WAS MAPS IN 1947 BY s\
AL JOLSON
AL JOLSON
iprf^w k, NORMAN and SOL NODIW
w t. RHOPA S. SIMON
LAD WAS M0U6HT.T0 THE U.S. AT THE A6E
OF 7. FIRED WITH THE RESTLESSNESS OF SHOW-
BUSINESS. ASA CHANGED HIS NAME AND
LEFT HOME TO TOUR WITH MINSTREL SHOWS
AS A SINGER.
POSSESSED OF AN EXCELLENT 5W6-
ING VOICE, WHICH HIS RABBINICAL
FATHER HAD TRAINED FOR THE HOLT-
DAYS. JOLSON FOUND AUDIENCES
AMAZINGLY RECEPTIVE TO HIS UN-
USUAL SINGING STYLE. sT
IN 1899 JOLSON MADE HIS NEW
YORK STAGE DEBUT AS ME OF A
GROUP IN'CHIIDREN OF TK GHETTO-
AFTER A LOIN PERIOD AS A VAUDE-
VILLE HEADUNER. JOLSON ACHIEVED
STARDOM IN A SERIES OF MUSICAL
COMEDIES PRESENTED AT HIW Y0H&
WNTER 6ARDEN OF WHICH *HONEY-j
MOON EXPRESSES). 'BOMMlltfj
ANO'BIG B0Y"(I9K) WER OUT-^.
42
IN 1927. JOLSON CREATED A FUROR WITH THE FIRST
BIG SUCCESSFUL TALKING PICTURE .'THE JAZZ
SINGER: FROM THEN ON "TALKIES" WERE IN/
AFTER SUCH GREAT PICTURES AS
*HAlLHUJAH"IH 1953 AND "THE
SIN6IN6 KID" IN 1956, JOLSON BEGAN
TO CONCENTRATE ON HIS RADIO CAREER
AND SOON BECAME A TOP RATE RADIO
STAR.
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IN 1940. JOLSON RETURNED TO BROAD
WAY IN THE SPRIGHTLY MUSICAL,
'HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS7 AFTER WHKH
HE ANNOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT.
HOWEVER, HOLLYWOOD CHANGED
HIS MIND, AND AT THE AGE OF 5%
HE BEGAN WORK ON THE POR-
TRAYAL OF HIS OWN LIFE/1NE
JOLSON STOJiy.":s=^ HAILED AGAIN AS A TERRIFIC ENTER-
TAINER, JOLSON ONCE MORE IS III
THE SPOTLIGHT. SHOWING AN ADMIR-
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CROWS
Fashion Council
Installs Officers
Walter Fall was installed as
president of the Miami Fashion
Council last week by president
of the Chamber of Commerce,
Alex U;ilfe. Fall succeeds Melvin
Warshaw.
Other officers to serve with
[him for 1948 are: William T.
I Kruglak and Edward Kolber, vice
| presidents; Bunny Jacobson, sec-
Jretary; and Norman Burger,
I treasurer.
Named to the board of directors
I were Arthur Kahn, Virginia
Blake. Morton Leon, Melvin War-
shaw, Henry Jacobson and Benn
i Bloom.
At the same meeting, C. W.
Fuller, advertising director of
Street and Smith publications,
| publishers of "Mademoiselle,"
was awarded the council's annual
Plaque, given to the one con-
tributing most to furthering the
aims of the council.
Met Guest Stars in Opera Presentation
Heading the list of guest stars
for Arturo di Filippi's production
of "Rigoletto" Saturday will be
the husband and wife team of
Hilda Reggiani and Bruno Landi,
coloratura, :, -ano and tenor,
who have the roles of Gilda and
Duke.
The Miami Opera Guild's ninth
opera in their seven-year history
begins at 8 o'clock tomorrow
night in Miami Senior High
school auditorium, to be repeated
there January 12, 14 and 15.
Repeat performance in Miami
brings Virgilio Lazzari, last year's
favorite in "The Barber of Se-
ville," to play Sparafucile in
"Rigoletto." Other stars include
Ivan Petroff, Bulgarian baritone
who sings the title role, and Lydia
Edwards for Maddalena.
George Schick is to handle the
baton and Tony Stivanello will
stage manage the productions as
in previous years.
Local singers in supporting
parts include Fred Reibel, Ken-
neth Hurd, Victor Naya, Oren
Coates, Tom Winston, Edward
Doe, Irene Patty, Florie Ferrar
and Lucille Keyes.
Assisted by Otto Mrazek, Dr.
di Filippi has trained a group of
50 voices for the choral part.
Unlike previous years, the en-
tire opera will be rendered in
Italian, the original language.
Dr. di Filippi has announced
that tickets may be purchased at
a 15 per cent reduction for civic
groups of 50 or more for the
fourth night performance by call-
ing the guild at 9-1332 or 3-5967.
The Guild is to present Puc-
cini's "Madame Butterfly" in
March with Regina Resnik, Met-
ropolitan Opera soprano, in the
title role.
Collection To Aid
Palestine, Birobidjan
At a New Year's eve gathering
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Kaufman, 331 West 28th St., Mi-
ami Beach, a total of $35 was col-
lected for Palestine and Birobid-
jan funds. Mrs. Charles Belanoff
spoke to the guests concerning
Palestine and Mrs. Charlotte
Farb'-. of the Birobidjan cause.
Guests included Charles Belan-
off, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komor-
off, Mrs. Sadie Sian, Edward Tal-
moich of Miami; Mr. and Mrs.
Brownish of Monticello, N. Y.;
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hirsh,
Mr. and Mrs. GoJdblank and
H. Adelman, all of New York.
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The Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Miami
Congregation Beth Tfilah Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Mi-
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Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach
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Chicago Club
Hears Clorfene
Judge Irwin B. Clorfene of the
Municipal Court of Chicago, will
address the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami at its meeting to
be held on the lawn of the El
Morocco hotel 8 p.m., Sunday
evening.
Recently organized, the Chi-
cago Club has grown to a mem-
bership of over 500 former resi-
dents of the windy city who have
made their permanent homes in
the Miami area.
A party has been planned for
the Latin Quarter on January 25
under the chairmanship of Maur-
ice C. Cohen, it was announced
today by Michael M. Isenberg.
assistant to the president. Fuil
details of the coming affair will
be presented at Sunday's meet-
ing. An invitation has been ex-
tended by Samuel A. Hoffman,
president of the club, to all
former Chicagoans to attend this
meeting and meet Judge Clor-
fene.
Due to the growth of the or-
ganize.:, r. .-.r.ce its inception as
a non-pr.'f;: corporation less than
two months ago it was resolved
to limit further membership at
the conclusion of this it...
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, m
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Palestine Film
At Plaza Theatre
"The House In the Dea
Palestine's first film
be presented at the Plaza I
tre, Miami Bes. to-
morrow and Sunday.
Produced by Palestine Films,
Ir.c. the 27-minute story ci
the life ::' the Palestinian r
and th struggle against I
The plot was
pted :'.:' the Rosh-Hoshanah
I Thi Eternal L
. | September 14 of
ear.
Appearing with the featui
... X Out A the Bl
rir.g Gearge Brent and Carole
Landis.
REFORM
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19lhst.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services Friday
evening at 8:15 p.m. Service will
be dedicated to the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
Rabbi Albert G. Baum of the na-
tional office of the U.A.H.C
preach on the subiect "L
Judaism." Mrs. Baum will recite
the blessing over the Sabbath
candles. Sabbath morning serv-
ices at 11 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Services Friday evening con-
ducted by Rabbi Raab will begin
at 8:15 p.m.
The Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk st.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Servi s Friday night at 9 p.m.
Rabbi Kaufman will speak
Does History Repeat Iself?" Mr.
Mrs. Max Goldberg will be
hosts for the Oneg Shabbat that
..-. Saturday morning service
at 10 a
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Sabbath eve 's services
a: 5 p.m. Friday night forum at
8:30 p.m. Rab': :.". schi U will
le ture n "Are 7.. rusts Real-
ists?" Early Sabbath morning
es at T a.m. Regular
bath services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi's
sermon will be "Unfull
Hopes" Intermediate services for
at 9 a.m. undei
r. of the Board of
Education Junior congregation
I school
age at 10 a.m. under super.'
of Max Bertman of the faculty
Kiddush served I both groups
by a Sisterh :
Mudy at 4 p.m. with S. I. Fned-
man. Mincha at 5:15 p.m.1ol
,owed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
speak on the Portion of the
,P Regular monthly meeting
,,f the Mizrachi women at 8 p.m.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Da.l>
:n 3:30 to 1:00 p m
Congregation Beth Tfilah 93
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabb.
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday nighl sen
firs, minyan
Second at 9 a.m Rabbi
, ,n the sub-
Freedom 1
,n the i-..
portion of the week at 3 p.m.
.., ... 4 p.m. followed by
Seudos and a progiv
zmiros. Rabbi will speak on the
Sedra of the Week D,
' ng services, first minyan
a.m. followed by a class in
S :,l minyan at 8 a.m.
mincha services a< 5.15 p.m.
followed by a class in J(
laws and custom. Maariv at li p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Services Friday at .V30 p.m.
Late Friday night : I 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Grauer will p
on the subject 'Gentlemen's
nt What Is Its Mes-
sage." Refreshments will be a
by a Sisterhood commit-.. Si v
ices Saturday at 7:30 a.m. and
9:15 p.m. Children' 9:30
Rabbi Grauer will preach
in the Weekly Portion of tii<-
Law. Mincha at 5 p.m. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school
at 10 am Daily religious school
3 30 to 6:30 p m.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation. 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon ApnL
Fndav evening service at 5:15
Dm Late Friday night forum at
8 15 ; A?" "''I ,spea*
Sn the subject "Jewish .PWen*
Saturday Sen. 8
am. Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Week Junior scrv-
30 a.m. Mincha at 4.30
folloWed I Shalos Seudos.
; ,t 10 a.m. Daily
. 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
NW Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches. ,
Late Fri n jht services at
8:15 p.m. S. rvic. will be de-
. Zionist District of
ium will take
n th. subject "Is the Jew-
a Reality?" Burnett
Hyman S tin md Rabbi
! ite Mr. and
Mrs Ludwig will be
to the n pti :. that fol-
.n honor of their son. Ber-
ng Bar Mitzvah.
tfering has been made by
Mrs Ida Engler Forer and Mrs.
Kessler in memory
her, Mrs. Minnie
th service at 8:30
a m. Bernard Ludwig will be
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Friday evening service at 1*1
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at 8:15 p.m. Rabb, Lehrm^
preach on the subject "IngraJ
In Our Blood." Saturday J
ing service at 9 a.m. Rabbi l2'\
man will preach on the Weekul
Portion of the Law. Junior Con I
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Youth service and breakfast StaJ
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Temple Beth Sholom, i\u.
Chase are. Miami Beach. Ribsil
Leon Kronish; Cantor Smiu||
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8is|
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speaH
on "Coffins and Coffers." aJ
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