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The Jewish Floridian ( January 16, 1948 )

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lie\wiislh-IEIIiDiPiidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUE 21—NUMBER 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948 PRICE: TEN CENTS Promises 0. N. Spporl|5 ,ee, n 9 (: !" "' In Palestine Partition t ^ mtlVL LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The UN. Implementation Commission, which is charged with carrying out the decision of the General Assembly to partition Palestine into Jewish and Arab states, was assured that it can depend on the "fullest" aid from the Security Council should such assistance be necessary. The assurance was given by U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie. addressing the first meeting of the five-nation implementation group. He expressed confidence that the Commission will "surmount all obstacles" and will "take all necessary measures leading to the establishment in Palestine, not later than October 1, 1948, of an independent Arab state and an independent Jewish state." Mr. Lie also pledged to the members of the Commission "every resource" at the disposal of the United Nations to make their work a success. The Commission elected Karel Lisicky of Czechoslovakia as permanent chairman and Rael Diez de Medina of Bolivia as vice chairman It decided to invite representatives from the Mandatory power, the Jewish Agency and the Arab Higher Committee "to designate such representatives as they may determine, who shall be available to the Commission for such authoritative information and other assistance as the Commission may require in the discharge of its functions under the resoultion of the General AsCongress To Admit Refugees Truman NEW YORK, (JTA)—Early action by Congress to authorize the admission of displaced persons to the United States was foreseen by President Truman in a message to the annual meeting of the United Service for New Americans. Rep. William Stratton, of Illinois, sponsor of, a bill at the last session of Congress to admit 400,000 DP's over a period of four years, told the meeting, which was attended by more than 1,000 persons, that he believed that such legislation would be adopted at the present session. Assistant Secretary of State Charles Saltzman said that the State Department favored allocation by the International Refugee Organization of $75,000 to transport 400,000 DP's to the U.S. and believed that the U.S. contribution to the 1RO should be adequate to cover the costs. sembly on the Palestine question." The statement by Mr. Lie to the members of the Commission was taken here as an indication that the U.N. implementation body can expect military backing from some of the Big Powers. Mr. Lie pointed out that not only was the partition decision adopted by more than the necessary twothirds majority of the Assembly, but also that it enjoyed the support of the majority of the five Great Powers. "Your mandate, therefore, is firm and clear," the U.N. Secretary General said. "You are to take all necessary measures leading to the establishment in Palestine, not later than October 1, 1948, of an independent Arab state and an independent Jewish state. The resolution of the General Assembly under which you act promises to you the full authority of the United Nations in discharging your responsibility. You are entitled to be confident that in the event it should prove necessary, the Security Council will assume its full measure of responsibility in implementation of the Assembly's resolution. You have the right to assume, as I assume, that in such a situation the Security Council will not fail to exercise, to the fullest and without exception, every necessary power entrusted to it by the Charter in order to assist you in fulfilling your mission." LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The five-nation U.N. Palestine Committee was completed this week with the appointments of Dr. Karel Lisicky as the Czechoslovak representative and Raoul Diaz de Medina, as the Bolivian delegate. Immediately after the disclosure of the appointments, the U.N. Secretariat announced that the committee held its first meeting at Lake Success on Friday, Jonuary 9. The composition of the committee is as follows: Bolivia—Dr. Medina, who is Minister-Counsellor to the Bolivian Embassy in Washington. Czechoslovakia — Dr. Lisicky, a member of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine. Denmark — Per Federspiel, delegate to the General Assembly, former Danish Cabinet member and underground Nazi fighter. Panama—Dr. Eduardo Morgan, Agency Drafts Blueprint Palestine Government Will Be Ready For UH. Commission JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A detailed blueprint of the provisional government for the new Jewish state, which will be headed by a 15-man Cabinet, is nearing completion, it was revealed here this week by the Jewish Agency, which said that the current violence has not retarded preparation for the establishment of the state. When the U.N. Implementation Commission arrives, — it will find that plans have been fdrafted to meet any eventuality, a spokesman said. The blueprint dealt exclusiveCampaign To Hit Anti-Semitism PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)—A nation-wide campaign fox $6,103,540 by the Joint Defense Appeal to finance the fight againit anti-Semitism conducted by the American Jewish Committee and the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League was proclaimed here by some 600 delegates attending the second annual conference of the J.D.A.. fund-raising arm of the committee and the League. The resolution embodying the recommended appeal climaxed a day of studying the problem of anti-Semitism in the U.S. and affective nvtins of fighting it. Canadians Refuse Jewish D.P.'s Work MUNICH, (JTA) — Documentary proof to support the charge of anti-Jewish discrimination in the Canadian immigration missions, which has been voiced informally for several months, is contained in two letters released by the International Refugee Or ganization. The letters, which were distributed by IRO headquarters in Heidelberg, instruct immigration officers not to accept Jewish refugees for various projects. One letter, marked No. 7, and dated Dec. 1, 1947, covers railway maintenance men. It says that "because Jewish people in Canada do not normally engage in this type of work, it is recommended by this (Canadian) mission that Jewish persons not be presented (by IRO aides.) However, the mission will interview a very (which is underlined) limited number of applicants if sufficient evidence can be shown that the individual applicant intends and is likely to remain in this type of employment in Canada. The railway project called for 720 men for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and for the K. F Welch Construction Company. The wages offered were between 50 and 60 cents an hour with $1.20 to be deducted daily for board and lodging. Letter No. 8 also dated Dec 1, 1947. concerns a hard rock miners project. It advises that in general 52 employing companies are unjoin To Place Jewish applicants rt^thaVprev^us experience was not necessary. former Minister of Education. Philippines — Sen. Vincente Francisco, majority floor leader of the Philippine Senate. Haganah Barrage Wrecks Arab Post JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Laying down a barrage from a strong battery of field mortars, whose explosions rocked the city, the Haganah demolished 20 houses in the Sheikh Jarach quarter of Jerusalem and, at least temporarily, wiped out a strong point from which Arab guerrillas had cut the road to the Hadassah Hospital, the Hebrew University and the Jewish cemetery on the Mount Olives. Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency NEW YORK, (JTA) — Legal action to regain the explosives ministration for legitimate shipment to Palestine will be taken by Leonard Weissman, the exporter who was authorized by a Haganah representative to buy the explosives, it was reported here. The explosives were to have measures to break the siege of the Jewish section of the Old City of Jerusalem, where nearly 2,000 Jews have been cut off for more than a week by Arabs who dominate all eight gates to the walled city. 1948 Federation Budget Allocations ganizations participating in the combined drive would b For local services. Baron de Hirsch, Loan Fund ...$ 3.000 21,620 Bureau of Jewish Education i--— ••• 33 ; 956 Greater Miami Jewish Federation 3] 242 Jewish Home for the Aged IS'OOO Mt. Sinai Hospital.-.. ;~-^s~~rr 4,232 National Council of Jewish Women • %  •• n5QQ Refugee Resettlement 31,428 YMHA of Miami 24,761 YMHA of Miami Beach ; $177,736 For Overseas Relief and Reconstruction (other than the United JewiSh American Committee for the Relief of the Yemenite $ American Committee' for "the Weizmann institute of 75 1,500 America^Fund for Palestinian"institutions::.. 2,500 SaKouncirofPaiestinian institutions:: ^.500 Hadassah 3,500 Jewish Telegraphic Agency --;•;-. 7 =nn National Committee for Labor Palestine J.500 Pioneer Women's Organization ^ For civic-protective agencies— „00 American Jewish Congress. J !" Conference on Jewish Relations Jewish Labor Committee Joint Defense Appeal Total v 2 4 550 For Education, Health and Culture Agencies— American Academy for Jewish Research $ American Jewish Historical Society B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Graduate C FacuUy' of pS^^'^S^'Sd^^ZZ'. Hebrew Theological College of Chicago Histadruth Ivrith Jewish Teachers Seminary Jewish Theological Seminary of America Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital -. National Farm School Rabbinical College of Telshe........ Yeshiva Torah Vedaath & Masifta Yeshiva University Yiddish Scientific Institute ou 50 6,250 150 50 200 125 100 750 400 150 50 300 1,000 ly with civil functions, the spokesman explaining that "army or military preparations are explicitly excluded from our planning since they are purely a Haganah job." He also pointed out that it will be the responsibility of the U.N. Commission to outline plans for a Jewish militia or other armed forces. The plans have been drafted by a 13-member planning committee, headed by David Ben Gurion, Agency chairman, and including: Itzhak Gruenbaum, Dr. Fritz Bernstein, Eliezer Kaplan, Goldie Meirson and Moshe Shapiro, all members of the agency executive, and Dr. Remez, Zvi Lurie, J. R. Grabovsky, Mordecai Shatner, David Zvi Pinkas, and Dr. George Landauer, all members of the executive of the Jewish Nattional Council, and Dr. Granovsky, head of the Jewish National Fund. The following three main subcommittees have been functioning: finance, economics, land and agriculture; transports, communications, posts, telegraph, civil aviation, police, prisons and general and district administrators; and health, education, immigration, labor, social welfare and information. The *op planning committee appointed the following sub-committees; a legal committee to drait £. legal system and advise on legislation; a committee on foreign affairs and a committee on the city of Jerusalm. All committees will have their reports and recommendations ready by the end of this month, and some have already completed their work. The spokesman revealed that selection of subordinate personnel has already begun and that many government officials, including Britons and Arabs, have expressed willingness to serve the new Jewish state. The constitution of the state will be drafted by a Constituent Assembly, which will be chosen in a manner determined by the Implementation Commission, but a skeleton frame work of the constitution already exists, it was disclosed. The first-year budget of the new states has been estimated at between $50,000,000 and $60,000,000. The site for the capital has not yet been fixed. Total 10 > 025 For National Service Agencies— American Association of Jewish Education....... $ 500 Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds 3,745 Jewish Occupational Council National Jewish Welfare Board 4.Z00 DU Torah Umesorah Total ... .$ 8,545 Agency Asks Military LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The Jewish Agency will formally ask the United Nations to send an international police force to Palestine and to provide immediate financial aid for the equipment of a Jewish militia of 15,000 to 25,000 men, it was revealed here by Moshe Shertok, head of the agency's political department, who has just returned from a brief visit to Palestine.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1948 Jew 1st ncrktian PAGE THREE Workman's Circl* To Install Officers Installation of officers of Workman's Circle Vladek Branch 699 in 'd Woman's Club of Miami, will ukc place 7:30 Sunday at the Lyceum, 1543 S.W. 3rd St., MiamiNew officers of the branch ;llC : chairman, Harry Rose; finance secretary, Charles Weintraub; recording sec, Moishe Jacobs; treasurer, David Gross: hospitaler, Sam Weitsman; exeve committee: Alex Aronoff. A Bernstein, Morris Braunstein, Harry Greenberg, I. Gillman, Ben Goldheigem, Harry Goldman. Simon Kahn, George Silver, J. H. Siegel, Charles Sokol, and S. Snyder. Officers of the Woman's Club: chairman, Mrs. Simon Kahn; vice chairman, Mrs. N. Whitehouse; finance sec, Mrs. S. Snyder; recording sec, Mrs. Morris Braunstein; hospitaler, Mrs. Sam Wei toman; treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Siegel; executive board: Mesdamcs Morris Jacobs, Joe Wolf. Ed. Greenbaum. M. Grossman. H Goldman, C. H. Weintraub, I. Gillman, and George Silvers. A musical program and refreshments will conclude the meeting. Chest Contributors Number 40,000 More than 40,000 persons Dade County are regular contributors to the Community Chest of Dade County, according to A. L. Reynolds, president. "But we're going to need more than that number to exceed our goal of $845,596.77 in the 1948 Spinoza Forum Announces Lectures Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will be the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum. 124 11th St near Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, at 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon. His subject will be Psygy for Better Living. < lin


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W*>' *t-****^ *** %  = •—,•*:.'. %  %  %  •$ pJ>--.-f-/wi^ny?^ PAGE FOUR p-Jen/iti Iks MM FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, EDITORIAL THE UNUSUAL The recent action of the National Jewish Welfare Board in its handling of an unexpected windfall in the form of an allocation from USO to its 1948 budget is the exception to the usual rule. In setting the budget figure of SI,477,800 for this year's operations, JWB very evidently had to tread the middle road between providing the services to which it is historically committed and the desire to operate as economically as possible. USO had term.nated, yet the demands of the military authorities for a continued high level of service had to be considered. For a three-day period, representatives of Jewish communities listened to the organization's plans for 1948, weighed these against what they knew of community needs, and balanced the whole against current costs. The program which resulted showed a realistic approach to the problem of serving the needs of communities, their Jewish Centers, and their men away in the armed forces. Then, USO notified the community, through JWB, that some of the military services which they had financed in previous years, and which JWB was forced to take on its own budget, would be underwritten to the tune of SI52,99 of USO funds. What was the JWB reaction to this? Frank L. We.l, JWB president, immediately sent a letter to the communities which the organization solicits for funds each year explaining the situation, and announcing that, as a consequence, the 1948 JWB request, rather than being 30 per cent over that of last year to meet increased responsibilities, would be about 20 per cent more. In other words, the services rendered by the agency remains the same, but the contributors to the budget benef.t by the support which the USO has pledged. To us, this is an eminently fair adjustment. JWB might merely have padded its program to take up the additional funds; it might have set the money aside for contingency;" it might have done almost anything but what it did. 3 I'J I v TAKE NOTICE Ml III U III WOMEN The Mizrachi Women's Organization ot America is the religious Zionist women's movement in America. Working modestly, the 40,000 members of the Mizrachi Women scattered throughout the entire United States — today maintain a network of children's homes, schools and other welfare projects throughout Palestine benefitting close to 3,000 orphaned refugee and needy native children. Only last month the Mizrachi Women announced the opening of their biggest project so far: the Children's Village at Raanana, where 500 orphaned refugee children who survived the Nazi slave camps, the DP camps and finally the internment camps on Cyprus will live in a healthful and constructive atmosphere. As in all of the Mizrachi Women's projects, the Children's Village will provide not only academic and vocational instruction in addition to excellent physical comtouts, but also the religious upbringing which most of these children lacked during their lost years. Like the other Zionist women's organizations in the United States working towards the rehabilitation of the scores of thousands of Jewish chldren who look to Palestine as the only hope in their otherwise bleak lives, the Mizrachi WornUliU* THE3i WALK As the 1948 March of Dimes campaign be. gins in Dade County to fight polio and provide treatment for those stricken, it is your privileqe as well as your duty, to help prevent future epidemics of the dread malady by opening your hearts and purses and making generous donations thankful that you have the opportunity to purchase such cheap health insurance for your own children. Money contributed last year to the March of Dimes was used to purchase equipment for the polio ward at Jackson Memorial Hospital and to employ the best doctors to treat stricken children. Many lives were saved. Your children—all children—are in danger of being suddenly stricken by this dreadful malady. As the friendship train speeds through America to help the hungry of foreign lands, let friendship thought speed through your mind. Mail as much as you can spare to the March of Dimes, Miami. There is no budget for your heart-throbs. And there is no budget for polio. The disease strikes swiftly, silently—eating away nerves, wasting muscles, maiming limbs, taking lives. Polio is the world's worst crippler. Go to war against it—for the sake of your children. During the five years that the polio ward has been operated at Jackson Memorial, 381 patients have been treated. Most of them went home, after treatment, and resumed normal lives—able again to run and skate and ride bicycles. There are a dozen or more patients in the ward today whose only hope to walk again is the generosity of a thankful public. Don't let them go through life on braces—help them to walk again. en strive to bring about the physical and spiritual well-being which the children have lost. The Mizrachi Women, however, believe that to do this the children must be taught the ancient and eternal values of Judaism. M zrachi Women realize that the establishment of the future Jewish State in Palestine will necessitate an expanded program on their part in behalf of the thousands of children who will certainly immigrate to the Holy Land, has embarked on an all-out campaign to that end. a Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. PALESTINE SCENE: Watch the month of February This will be the decisive month in Palestine The Jewish position can either bo strengthened considerably or immeasurably weakened durinj month It ail depends on whether Britain complies with the U N decision and withdraws in February from a port area in the section of Palestine designated to be a part of the Jewish State ... If Britain withdraws, the port area—presumably Tel Aviv —would be opened for Jewish immigration, thus bringing new manpower into the country Arms and munitions could then also reach the Jews freely through the Jewish-controlled port The question of "illegal" Jewish immigration would cease to exist ... On the other hand, if Britain chooses not to comply with the U.N. decision and continues to bottle up the Tel Aviv port area even after February 1st. the Jewish defense forces might suffer greatly And the Arabs will | the British action as an encouragement m their fight against thi United Nations partition decision Some members of the U N Implementation Commission seem to display uncertainty as to whether the partition decision can be carried out if Arab-Jewish clashes ..ntinue At least one of the five members—representing a European country—did not hesitate to indicate his feelings .He believes that one of the pi 5! is that in the coming months the Jews and the Arabs will show themselves immature and not ready for independence In this cast thinks, it would be the duty of the Implement..: n Con n ttee : ropor: to the U \ G< n< ral Assembly that the pa I i practicable an I ask the Assembly to act accordingly DOMESTIC NOTES: The question of whether the B'rith will join the American Jewish Assembly will i, cided on February 1st in N, A York A meeting of B'na: B'rith leaders is being held on 'that day to discuss the :, |mendations of the Chicago gather: the American Jewish Conference which gave birth to the Assembly plan The h • : tlH American Jewish Committee, written by a well-known American author, is now m print • • The volume will appear just in time for the 41st annual meet'. the organization which is : %  > take place in New Yo: Jan 18 Believe it or not. but the quantity of merchandise in J.D.C. warehouses in New V. rk is sufficient to open a department store of no small size An average of two shi day are leaving the VS. for I Europe with J.DC. cargo for disI tnbution among needy Jeu There are at least 2.500 persons on tin stafl of the J.D.C. in various unt ies, about ten percent of whom are A %  In the United States, the J.D.C staff exi i %  i200 11 s ns [f you want an idea I : i J.D.C. ration worka m rend r< nstruction tivitii —it will be sufficient to say that nanent if the J.D.C during '.947 Of t 11.000 Jews i Palestine under the regular •• 12.000 cam, : United States, and 000 l ". Latin A • \ .. %  in knowing that the J.D.C : :s I the i i 1 -; 000 es 1 the US : pu the War Assets A tion. I iiianu-l-l Dinner am- Sundav t Prelimin %  dinner-dance I Tempi, E '"led for 6 p.m. Suna entine's Bar of v Chairman Sol Me, revealed today. In addition to a special d persons attending the ever.: • dancing and an iioor show. An extra -„ oi entertainment will supplement the usual Bar ^ ent thir a e StiU ava the dinner-dance and purer, iFrid >*riaa>. Meyerson Educator Guest On Jewish Events Broadcast Abram P. Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker over WMBM at 4 p.m. today on the Jewish events broadcast now being presented by Miss Jannette Tupler. Mr. Cannes will discuss the activities, pi ijects and functions of the Bureau Miss Tuple:conducts her pro4 p.m. Monday through day, offering interviews witn : ivic leaders, Pales:. and Hebrew folk music. announcements of local clubs and dramatic I Jewish prose and p letry, tizes Jewish : children very Sui lay on the jotber Tale." p, U. Symphony Concert Syi phony ibscription conThe pair th featun: %  I be held H.gh S hed• 1:30 pm %  '.he Svm: Mi48-5812. Zionist Youth Hear Rabbi "An Analysis of Some Current Jewish Problems" was presented by Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel at the third of a series of educational-social gatherings sponsored jointly by two Zionist youth groups—the Greater Miami Chapter of Junior Hah and Masada. The two organizations met Tuesday, Jan. 13, in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jandon Schwarz. 2225 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Selma Lewis, chairman, was assisted by Bernice Dogoloff, Seymour Hinkes, Abe Schaffer and Sonia Zarac. Misllhsidikir Published every Friday elnce 1927 1 Th Jewish Floridian at 120 N. 6 S'xth Street. Miami 18, Florida. En\VS.* *condclaae matter July 4. '930, at the Pot Offlca of Miami, ^l*.. under tha Act of March S. '79. "he Jewish Floridlan haa absorbed *M Jewish Unity and tha Jewish W.ekly. Member of tha Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Aaeoclat.on. American Association of EnglishJewish Newspapers. Florida Preaa Aesoclatlcn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Year, $5 00 B opening ni{ht FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephone* 2-1141— 2-P212 OFFICE crnd PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Strt fTt V' raw the 3*: rl,M LaI SHEBAT 5. 5708 I FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1M8 Number 3



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948 knisl fkridHknr PAGE HVE golden Wedding For Wallersteins One of the most beautiful affairs ever held in Augusta took place Friday night, January 2, at the Sheraton Bon Air Ball Room n honor of the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein of Miami. A traditional wedding ceremony, with the daughters as ination and maid of honor, and granddaughters as bridesmaids and flower girls, was followed with a brilliant dinner-dance giv,,„ by the couple's two daughters Mrs. N. N. Bernstein of Miami, and Mrs. Israel D. Shapiro of Augusta. The ballroom was a fairyland 0 f gold draperies, vases, and flowers, as scores of out-of-own guests were greeted by the couple's sons-in-law, N. N. Bernstein and Israel Shapiro. Mrs Wallerstein wore the same bronze chiffon dress worn by her mother on her Golden Anniversary. 26 years ago. She carried a small gold and white Bible and ..ds. Mrs. Bernstein, matron of honor and older daughter, wore a long aqua and gold dinner gown, while Shapiro wore a gold lame dinner dress with dropped shouldBoth daughters wore three strands of exquisitely matched pearls, a gift from their parents on this occasion. Bridesmaids were Dolores Joy and Gloria Joan Shapiro. Leah Joyce Shapiro, youngest granddaughter and sister of the bridesmaid \ threw tiny gold leaves before her grandmother. Mi Wallerstein was escorted by her oldest brother, Joe Levine of l.aPorte, Ind. Best man was Mr Wallerstein's youngest brothi Maurice Wallerstein of Baltimore, and groomsman was Rob :: O. Bernstein, oldest grandson Tiny Joseph Lee Shapiro, in full dress, bore the double rings (or the ceremony performed by Rabbi Jos. Buchler. K ry member of the immediily was present—children. grandchildren and every brother and sister of both bride and >m Mrs. Wallerstein's youngither, Isadore Levine. of LaP rte, Ind., was master of cercmonies. Board To Meet d members of the Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith ri will meet Thursday. Jan15th at 1 o'clock at the home of their first vice president. Mrs. Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach. AT arTM THEATRES Dunninger, Mental Wizard, Appears Tuesday as Guest B'nai B'rith Women Dunninger, the famous telepatrist of radio and stage fame, will give a program of his telepathic demonstrations and audience thought-reading in Miami, January 20 at 8:30 p.m. in a benefit performance for the Miami women's Chapter B'nai B'rith. Dunninger The master mind stated recently his belief that "the stage of consciousness that lies somewhere between wakefulness and actual slumber" is especially susceptible to telepathic impressions. During his many radio broadcasts the mentalist has achieved such seemingly impossible results as conducting a "mental treasure hunt" as opening a safe by telepathy, breaking a glass by concentration, describing the contents of a locked and sealed box and many other unheard-of feats. He has also projected his thoughts to others in the studio and has sent thought waves out over the radio which a remarkable percentage of his listeners receive dand sent into the network by mail. He has also received messages from members of his listening audience miles away. All of his studio experiments were conducted under the watchful eyes of a committee of prominent individuals acting as guest judes, and these celebrities have attested to the authenticity G>of his experiments. Dunninger will appear in person at the Municipal Auditorium. Bayfront Park in a two hour performance. Tickets are priced at $1.50. $2.00, $2.50 plus federal tax and are for sale at all downtown stores. Further information is directed to B'nai B'rith, 3-6306. Miami management of Dunninger is under Ruth Brotman. Discussing final plans for the Dunninger presentations by the Miami Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith next Tuesday are: Mrs. Harry Gordon, general chairman, Mrs. John Kronenfeld (seated), with Mrs. Milton Friedman and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, committee members. Stein Appoints Division Heads Scenes At Federation Budget Conference Joseph R. Stein, general chairman of the 1948 combined Jewish Appeal, has scheduled a series of meetings for all leaders and divisions for tho forth coming $1,489,925 drive Mr. Stein announced the organizational phase of the campaign had been completed with the selection of the following top leadership: Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz, cochairmen. Shepard Broad. Harry Cornblum. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sam Friedland, Benjamin Kane, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Joseph Richter. Monte Selig. Arthur Ungar and Carl Weinkle, vice chairmen. Moses Ginsberg, treasurer. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Max Shapiro, rabbinical representatives. Morris Klass, executive director. Sam Blank and Max Orovitz. co-chairmen, initial gift unit. Wm. D. Singer and Abe Goodman, co-chairmen, special assignment unit. Stanley C. Myers, chairman; E. Max Goldstein and Herbert E. Scher. co-chairmen, trades unit. Marcie Liberman. chairman; living Frankel. Joe Gardner and Sam Lachman, co-chairmen, hotels unit. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, chairman; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs Louis Glasser and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, co-chairmen, women's gift unit. George Chertkof, chairman; Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, co-chairmen, metropolitan unit. Fred Grossberg and Lawrence Singer, co-chairmen, young adult unit. Abe Gannes, chairman, youth unit. Chairmen of the non-solicitation units are: speakers, Mrs. Max Dobrin; rating, Sidney Lefcourt and Harry Blumin; arrangements, Mrs. Sol Leslie and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher; volunteers, Mrs. Leonard Wien and Mrs. John Temple and publicity. Jack Ablin, chairman; David Phillips and Jack Dubinksy, cochairmen, winter residents unit. £JUNE k DAlRl BUTTER-EGGS 4ftM* ALWAYS/ 4Ss> ; —> i SPECIAL PURCHASE! Year-'round wool suits hy Harrold An exceptional value-event at Burdine's four stores this special offering of Harrold suits tailored in Harrold's distinguished manner! Jackets of hairline striped men's wear worsted in beige, sage green, light grey, Oxford grey, caramel, rose or navy skirts in black or brown wool gabardine. Sizes 10 to 16 in group. Burkina'*. Miami. Suita. Third Floor. Alao at Miami Baaeh. Waat Plm Beach and Ft. Ltudfrdtia 1



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%  Sr5??K^^fSaifeiPAGE SIX *Je*Mfk>rMtor) FRIDAY, JANUARY IS. 1943 OFF THE RECORD ATTENTION: DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVR What about a Zionist leader of great prestige assuming publicly the moral or actual blame for shipping TNT to Palestine? ... It is high time to reverse the tables The incumbent Jewish state is being snarled if not suffocated in endless red tape, obstructionism and rank sabotage Not only in London, Jerusalem but also in Washington The British have trained Arab troops in Irag and Transjordan and armed them ... In Palestine they are not neutral but the allies of the Arabs They continue to disarm members of Haganah ... But not the Arabs ... In the Old City of Jerusalem 2,000 Jews are prisoners .. They are not allowed to leave The U.N. decision in favor of partition was promptly followed by a U.S. embargo against shipping arms to Palestine This embargo is being enforced against Jew and Arab alike Without arms the Jewish state has no chance in its battle against the hostile Arab world Are the British free to supply the Arabs with arms while the U.S. is withholding same from the Jews? And are American Jews to look on indifferently while their brethren are being assassinated? What American court would condemn men who for the loftiest reasons came to the help of Palestine Jewry? We would like to hear the voice of Dr. Silver or Dr. Wise in the courtroom They would tear the mask from those high officials who voted for the Jewish state but the very next day committed an hostile act against the unborn state It would turn into a cause celebre and rouse public opinion against the malice and hypocrisy which are being practiced unashamedly against our people ... In his Cleveland farewell sermon, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver severely criticized the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan This will come as a surprise to those who freguently end wrongly termed him a reactionary ... He is much closer to politics as advocated by Wallace than is commonly known Much closer also to Dr. Sneh than is perhaps realized ... In the meantime, detailed reports have reached this country regarding the policies advocated by Dr. Sneh ... He wants the Zionist Organization to be neutral as between the Western bloc and Russia ... He does not want the Z.O. to give preference to either A COLUMNIST'S DELIGHT U. of Miami Offers Hebrew Courses Gerald L. K. Smith ; s headed for real trouble ... As we predicted in this column over eight weeks ago America's most notorious rabble rouser and anti-Semite is to have his financial sources exposed The financial "leuk" resulted from a fight over money matters between Smith and the equally contemptible Father Terminello Terminello has done some talking ... In fact, he has talked so loud and so volubly that what he said has reached the ears of investigators for the House UnAmerican Activities Committee ... If the frantic efforts now on hand to patch up the Smith-Terminello feud fail there will be fireworks when Smith appears before the committee ... Its investigators are on the trail of a mysterious and sensational document ... A reliable informant tells us the document may be a "shafe-the-profits-from-propaganda" agreement among certain of America's hate-and-race mongers Smith and his publicity men are planning to make the hearings a forum for the dissemination of anti-Semitic propaganda ... He has engaged a number of slick press agents to wring as much publicity as possible from the hearings With the inti iductii n ol Hebrew m the evening division, thr University of Miami will joii hundred othei universities ind colleges that offer courses in Hebrew, and accept He entrance redi1 Ai the outstanding univers ferine Hebrew courses are vard, Vale. Columbia, John kins. New York University, Si inford U., Duke U., Brown U and : I Hebi taught at Harvs mnding in the year 1636 "Today Hebrew ily tbe language of theologians and scholars, but is the spoken language of over one million people. It is a modern language in 1 sen.--' of III. word, and one of the official languages ol Palestine today. The Hebrew University on Mt. Scopus, wiiere all instruction is conducted in the Hebrew language, is the symbol of the vival of Hebrew as a m language," A. P. Gannes instructor, related. The course in Hebrew at the University of Miami will be conducted on Tuesday and Thursday evenings 7:15 8:30 p.m. i>> ning February 10. It will thn e ci edit < i i Registration will take place February 3 to February 6 (7 pm9:30 p.m.) and February 7 (8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) in the Adminisn Building. Mam Campus. The Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarship of the Bureau of Jewish Education is offering seven tuition fee scholarships for this course to college students interested in Hebrew. Application forms may be obwriting or phonmg the a of Jewish Education. 318 Cimgress Building, Miami 3-5858. MRS E. ALLEN BECKER of 5565 LaGorcc Drive, Miami tan of the bazaar comm tree of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs Bee'.. chairman of the Temple's Xurscry school. Beth Sholom Bazaar To Open January 21 "Colossa!" the word used by Mrs. E. Allen Becker, chairman of the bazaar committee of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, i n describing the merchandise received at two bazaar-gift showers held recently by the Sisterhood. Chairmen of the various booths are also enthusiastic about the wares they will have to sell when the bazaar opens January 21. Admission to a dessert luncheon held at the Temple Jan 7th, was a gift to be sold at the bazaar. "The response has been overwhelming," Mrs. Becker declared after the luncheon. "Our storeroom is now bulging with the most exciting array of all sorts .if merchandise which will go on sale promptly at 11 a.m. on the morning of January 21 in the Temple Patio. There'll also be provisions for serving lunch and tea and supper, so that our patrons will be able to come and bring their families as well." In addition to 31 chairmen for various booths, Mrs. Becker is being assisted by Mrs. Charles Tobin. who is co-chairman and Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. Joseph Fenias and Mrs. David Phillips, bazaar advisors. BY RESERVATION ONLY KOSHER A dinner at Hotel Abrams is a rare experience. Strictly kosher food, exquisitely prepared and served in an atmosphere of oldworld Jewish charm—even to the wine and zmiras on FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Weekday Dinners at $2.50 Per Plate Friday and Saturday at $3.00 Per Plate Daily at 6:30 Saturday at 12 Please Telephone for Reservations—5-6165 HOTEL ABRAMS 302 EUCLID AVE.. MIAMI BEACH n AM***** WiB9A \11P-\mm\ USB* 1b tad* UlWr 0 ifi 1b* 0 telUp" <>: Kot^' ^/CttJff. OX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION 690 mr a ~, Distributed by Miami. Florida Phone 2-7405



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'.W.?S>!S FHID AY, JANUARY 16, 1948 Rabbi Receives Xew Chewy One hears occasionally that a congregation has presented a car to its Rabbi, but Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman's eighth wedding anniversary may be the first time on record that such a gesture was made by an individual. The gift of a Chevrolet Convertible was presented to the Rapbi and his wife by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby. The occasion was a surprise p ar ty (really a surprise) that began at the conclusion of the regular Friday evening services, w hefl Max Holtsberg congratulated the 600 women in the congregation who were able to keep a secret by not divulging to the Rabbi and his wife the plans for the surprise anniversary party." Mr Holtsberg also introduced ,, ^al visiting Rabbis. A gift from the Sisterhood was presented by Mrs. Isaac Levin, Sisterhood president. Jerome Cohen, Men's Club president, ted the Brotherhood gift, and Harris Klein, the Youth Group gift. Mrs. Harry V. Simons was chairman of arrangements for the party. Rabbi Zwitman responded on behalf of himself and his wife and expressed gracious thanks to the entire Temple family. +Jewlst fhridttain PAGE SEVEN Baeck Termed Living Symbol of Judaism GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you w>ll aava on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 •. W. 22nd Avenue 1'HO.NE 4" By HERMAN A. BINDER "Truly saintly" is a term that may apply to Dr. Leo Baeck, and in the words of Tennyson, "Not violate the bond of like to like." Dr. Baeck has been characterized as a living symbol of the historic tradition of the Jewish faith over pagan crassness. Although imprisoned on five different occasions during the Hitler regime, his prophetic voice was not stilled by fear, nor silenced by death—despite the fact that he spent over two years in a Nazi prison camp at Theresienstadt. On his 10,000-mile American tour, which will take him to 12 of the principal cities in the U.S., the first to be Miami, Dr. Baeck is bringing to the U.S. his faith in the indestructibility of Judaism. At the Lord Tarleton Hotel press conference, and later, during our luncheon chat, he spoke of Germany, Palestine and England, and my mind reached back almost two decades. To my inquiry about certain landmarks in Berlin and London, he answered, "Totally destroyed, nothing but rubble." As to Palestine, which Dr. I Baeck visited during the summer of 1947, his eyes glowed, new vigor emanated from his entire being, in answering my questions regarding the places which I had visited in the Holy Land. Relative to the Jews and the Arabs, stated Dr. Baeck, individually the best of relations existed between them, and upon withdrawal of British troops, peace will prevail. Otherwise, Haganah is prepared to take action to suppress all terrorism. Dr. Baeck was the guest of honor at a dinner tendered to him at Hotel Richter. More than 250 attended. Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New York was one of the guest speakers. Dr. Baeck will speak at Temple Israel tonight. The local committee of arrangements consists, of Ben W. Slote, general chairman, Edmund I. Kaufmann, honorary chairman, 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. SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH ANTILLA HOTEL CORAL GAPLF5 PONCt Ofc t-LON BLVD Italian American Dinners STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD HUIXIASI LUNCHrCN 111""-' 1 RJSbCV*HnN^ PH AH 1714 Miami's Foremosl Vagetaiian, Daily and Fish RESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 841 WASHINGTON AVE., M. B. rH. 5 ?182 gourmet ca*\i rtttp^ JIM C/duL'/t and \jilyinc.iciuuu: HOST "MAGIC RUDY" Continent.!! Cuiime • Choice I "juors %  OPEN FROM S P M DAILY SIINbAYS rPOM 12.JO ~ OK THE THAU AT 22nd *VE .- --' Recapture the Gracious Art of Dining! N. E. 2nd Ave. al 4th St. For Reservations Ph. 3-1872 Under the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan Open Daily 8 A.M. to 3 A.M. FOR KOSHER QUALITY MEALS VISIT •W9 *.7epncD 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 Kashruth and Shaboth Observed Under the Strict Supervision of HERSKOVITZ and FUCHS Also under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth In Harrison Hotel — Koldair Cooled Dining Room 411 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2410 Miami Beach We Also Cater to Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Banquets 7%A JOE E. LEWIS Austin Mack at the Piano MARILYN MAXWELL M.G.M. Singing Star • In Person .JACK COLE With His Jack Cole Dancers Kent Edwards-Laura Corbay^-Martha Burnett-Mavis M.ms Henry Basso and His Orchestra "pi CAMPO AND HIS LATIN AMERICAN ORCHESTRA 30 Most Beautiful Girls DINNER PRESENTATIONS 9 AND 12:30 SUPPER All Meats Blue Ribbon Stock Popular Pnce *** ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE DIMM. ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners STRICTLY REYLIX HOTEL COLLINS AVE. AT 13TH ST. Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners ai Same Popular Prices THE SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC LOMIO.X ARMS HOTEL Strictly KOSHER Dining Room NOW OPEN DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P. M. CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS PHONE 5-31S9 OR 5-9532 146 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 19^ daughter. Rosalie Diane, to Merle Irwin Sidle, son of Mr. and Mrs Rosalie D. Kotkin Personally Speaking... Engaged To Wed and ^ ^ Rozansky an d *% d !" ^J !" M: and Mrs. Harrv Kotkin of %  Waghington D. C, are stopping at the Kent Hotel. Miami Beacn. 1344 S.W. 17th Ter.. have anRoza nsky is the former Edna Schoenield. nounced the engagement of their •* %  Dr. Leo Baeck. visiting president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, is stopping at the E Morocco Hotel. Miami Beach, where he is the guest the of Mr. and Mrs. George Sachs. owners of the hotel. Miss Grace Pollack sister of Nat Pollack, will spend a .ew weeks here as houseguest of her brother and his family at .oU Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Pollack arrived from New York City on Jan. 2nd. Pollack is well known through his activities as commander of the Miami Amvets organization. -K Harold Shapiro, attorney, has returned to Miami Beach, after spending the holidays with his family in Milwaukee, Wu. Accompanying him on the return trip was his mother, Mrs. F. Shapiro, who intends to remain here for an indefinite stay. Theresa Cohen. 2220 S.W. 19th Ter.. left last week for a three weeks' vacation in the north. Her first stop will be in Pittsburgh where she will attend the wedding of a former collegemate. From there Theresa will visit in New York City, stopping in Baltimore on her return trip to Miami. Cecil Myers, was the guest of honor at a family dinner Monday nigh: tendered in the home of his son and daughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Following the celebration at their home the and %  %  M i C nfamily were the guests of Jake Sher, at the West Flagler Kennel Club.' -* A daughter, Sharon Joy. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bucr.er o! 2040 S.W. 20th St., Miami, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Joe Goldstein, accompanied by her son Bernard, of Galcx. Virginia, has arrived in Miami for a short stay. Mrs. Goldstein is the daughter of Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323 S.W. 21st Ave., and sister of Mrs. George Chertkof. Bernard will remain with his grandmother in Miami where he will atttend school. • : %  6th. M:ai %  %  %  %  I —5 H Uy v...'. iexperiei Cropper Herkowit* Engagement Ros K tkin Samue! S Sidle : ::26 S.W. 8th St. Miss Kotkin w rvato: : M Mr S of thi Riverside Miht A ; an 1 served three years in the U.S. -'•'• vy X.C.J.W. To Hear Speakers. Panel Mr and Mrs. Jack Cropper of 2615 S W. 18th St.. announce the engagement of their daughter. e, to Harold Berkowitz, son : Mr and Mrs. Phil Berkowitz. 701 S.W 27th Rd. Miss Gropper is a graduate of i Senior High School. Formerlv employed by the United Naval Ail Base as Opanow with the Vet• ition of Miami. Mr. Berkowitz. also a graduate of Miami Senior High, attended Georgia Military Academy. He is t. th A & B Pipe and Steel C impany. No date has been set for the wedding, which will take place in earlv summer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, honoring the memory of their son Victor will again play hosts to HJAS at their tenth annual dinner, sponsored locally by the People's Tourist Committee, with Joseph L. Tepper as chairman. The affair will take place February 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Griff of Wynnheld. Philadelphia, are 1 %  ifternoon'i staying at the Versailles for a few weeks. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kaufman of 331 W. 28th St.. Miami Beach have their brother-in-law Boris Rafalovich of Canada as their house guest. Mrs. Charlotte Fcrber oi Miami gave a dinner in hor.or c: Bens Rafalovich. Visiting at the home of Rcbbi and Mrs. Simon April are their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumentha! of Savannah, Georgia. •* Miss Charlotte Besvinick. Hollywood, California, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Besvinick, 4011 Prairie Ave., Miami Beccn for a tsw weeks. During her stay here a family reunion celebrating the anniversary of her parents, will take place Mrs. Jacob Parness, of Detroit, arrived here this week to spend several weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Feldman, 241 S.W. 51st PI. \JfZ Carl w 2 >u, e 2 120 sw 2 1st Ten h as as a *! %  •. ; guest, her sister. Mrs. Sam Cooley, of Savannah. Ga. Fashion Show Features Temple Israel Students Stage settings are ready, properties and ensembles in order, special lighting effects and music arranged, for a fashion show. "The Children's Hour." to be presented at Kaplan Hall, Sunday afternoon at 3 30. under sponlip of Temple Israel Sisterh .1. Id models, volunteers stulents of the Temple's Religious school, will appear in a series of scenes describing their activities in a typical school day. Mrs Reba Engler Epstein will act as comment.." Committee members include Mrs. Henry E Wolff and Mrs. • rt Gordon, co-chairmen: Mrs. J Ailer. music. Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. Mis William Lehman, and Mrs A. A. Green, clothes; Mrs. Maurice Serotta. publicity; Mrs. Alvin Richter and Mrs. Leo Stein, scene desiging and properties: Mrs. Robert Marks, tickets and programs: Mrs. Bernard Wall, lighting and sound effects The Miami Beach Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will sponsor a gam** party at the Atlantis Hotel. Miami Beach, on Jan. 26. Admission is S2. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL 'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 quest. We Best te Our %  %  and Free Ei 1 Mrs %  % %  'intrau the A: this tion for th :. xi I ti %  3rd Fridays f eai The 12:30 pm Ladies d ry N Schiff 5-191 : Mrs A 6-2355. Workmen's Circle Branch Sign New Charter The Club Everglades. Youth Branch 1050, Workmen's Circle, will convene Monday night. January 19th. in their building at 1545 S.W. 3rd St.. Miami, at 8 p.m. Signing of their new charter, providing the group with all privileges and advantages of membership in Workmen's Circle, will take place during the meeting. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD ORKIN. rrre ROACH CONTROL n H Compleit TERMITE CONTROL Bonded Guarantee Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. TI r> ORKIN L COMPLETE P£Sf*COTm^ New Year's Engagement On New Years Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Max Drosd. 2408 S.W 23rd St.. announced the engagement of daughter Jacquelynn to Herbert Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Jacobowitz of New Y rk City. The couple met while attending the Parson School of Design. New York, where Mr. Jordan will graduate in June. In Miami, Miss Drosd has been an active figure in Jr Hadassah Mr. Jordan served 3> : years in France and Italy with the Army Medica' Corps. The wedding is planned for early summer. HAULING None Too Lirgt or Too Smi PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Dr. Max I. Tendrich Dentist Announces the opening of an additional office at 2190 S. W. 16th Street Also Erening Appointments Phone 3-9956 THE Holland Inn 4760 N.W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK -^ SANDWICH OO V DAILY BLUE Q „ PLATE horn VwC Open 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P )£ BREAKFAST 8 to 12 Noon Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Under th* Personal Supervii : %  '* C. f. JERNIQAN Owner BUCK'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET WHOLESALE b BETAIL EGGS FRESH DAILY ,,,„ SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY" 2218 N. W. 2nd Are. CALL 9-9940 ^OGUfST BROS K V is f /11 n \ 1 1 Miami Jr YOUR I MO MI: TAX P"pired Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART S&'S&'Sg *-a-'' ^ COn U Unt P„on. 7-0*3 SS2 ttS 3SS, ik-Slfc %i —. not., gj. m MIAMI BEACH Setter CUss Listings On Oeeenfront Properties, Hetelt. Homee ar Investment* B. E. BRONSTON, Tartar •06 Lincoln PIC Phc-e l.|Ma "Trustworthy If t" Quality 9ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO, he. If* M. W. T* MmSJT LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES Co. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948 — ~^^^B Conference of Women's Organizations Announces Quarterly Meeting Jan. 22 The Conference of Jewish WornJewish Community and is the • 'Jewlstt rkrkJton PAGE NINE I lie v-v — en's Organizations of Dade County, will hold its next meeting at Temple Beth Sholom at Miami Beach, on Thursday January 22 at 10 o'clock in the morning for an all day session. The meeting is for officers, delegates and alternates appointed by the presidents of the twenty-nine organizations of women's organizations in Dade county that are affiliated with the Conference. This is the second meeting of this organization which meets this organicnuii -,„.-,. inrcu caienaar cnairman; and 1 only every three months to disregistrar; Mrs. John cuss matters of interest to the Levin, parliamentarian. coordinating agency for work of Jewish Women in civic projects affecting all of the residents in Dade County. The officers of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organization are Mrs. Benjamin Brenner Meyers, president; Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, vice president; Mrs. Louis Glasser, vice president; Clementine Kemp, recording secy.; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, corres. secy.; Mrs. Irving Lehrman. treasurer; Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, calendar chairman; and Mrs. Isaac John Temple, Ilceives Ring Ferdinand Phillips chose the ninth of January to present Miss Bernyee (Bunny) Badanes with her engagement ring. A native Miamian, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes, 126 S.W. 9th Ave., Miss Badanes graduated from Miami Senior High School, and attended the University of Miami, where she pledged Iota Alpha Pi sorority. A live in social circles for many years, the bride-elect served as Auxiliary Sponsors Dinner Dance Sophie Tucker will head the all-star cast when the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged sponsors its first dinner-dance at the BeachBernyce Badanes lent of the B.Z.B. Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, and is past president of the DEBBS Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women, of which she is now a councillor. She is also a member of the G r Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah. Mr Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey Phillips, 1023 Len x Ave., Miami Beach, attended schools in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hi %  : ved four years with the Army Air Forces, two of which were spent in Europe. B'nai B'rith Women To Initiate Tuesday In:tiation ceremonies will highlight the January meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women when they gather at the new Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A. for their first meeting Jewish center, at 1 o'clock, Tuesday, January 20th. Mrs. Irving Becker, 3rd vice president of District No. 5 will conduct the candle-lighting ceremonies formally initiating new members into the group. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Removed by MultlpU Electric Needle, and Radio Matlo. The only •'e and permanent methode. Franoea A H N F r ada L I M A N 1431 Waahlngton Ave., M. Beach Phone 58-9520 K K Mrs. Mollie Schuman comber, Sunday, Jan. 18 at 6 p.m. Proceeds will be used for maintenance of the residents of the Miami home. Mrs. Mollie Schuman, chairman of the dinner, will be assisted by Mrs. Robert Greenberg, co-chairman, Miss Clara Goldenberg and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, chairmen of dinner reservations. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry is president of the auxiliary. Hebrew Academy Plans Dedication Dedication services for the newly established Hebrew Academy at Jefferson Ave. and 6th St., Miami Beach, will be held during the early part of February. The ceremonies will include specially arranged and prepared activities during the entire week preceding the formal dedication. A concert, dramatic presentation, symposium, and various other events have been scheduled for different nights of the dedication week. Prominent civic and spiritual leaders and educators of both local and national organizations, will participate in the dedication services. These services will mark the first anniversary of the launching of the Hebrew Academy as a formal organization. FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS L. J. BOGNER PHONE I-M61 i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Conore Bldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 34666 Chicago Club Offers Cabaret Martha Raye will head the list of stars when the Chicago Club of Greater Miami presents its first annual cabaret party, Sunday evening, January 25. The place is the Latin Quarter, on Palm Island, Miami Beach. Dinner will served at 6:30. Other celebs include Les Compagnons de la Chanson, scheduled for their first American cafe appearance, Wendy Bishop, Don Saxon, "The Debonairs," Jack Stanton, Patricia Wymore, Johanna Daly, Marion Richards, and "Tho Del Rios." The Wally Wanger Lovelies with the orchestra under direction of Charles Shay, who will also play for dancing are among other elaborate presentations. Maurice C. Cohn, party chairman, urges Chicago Clubbers and friends to send in their reservations immediately. The subscription of $7.50 per person includes tax. Checks may be sent to Cohn at 297 N. Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach, Phone 58-3632. Associates who will also take reservations are Dr. M. I. Edelman, 5-7694, Mrs. B. Strauss, 5-7633, Mrs. Faye Tupler, 5-7330. Mrs. C. Levy, 48-4292, and Mrs. E. Waxman, 1610 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Reva Romer Engaged To Detroit Man Harry Romer of Miami, formerly of Detroit, announces the engagement of his daughter, Reva, to Symand Ralph Gottlieb, son Sorority To Hold Aquacade, Dance Rho chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority of the University of Miami will hold its second annual water aquacade, "Water Wonders," tomorrow evening, January 17, at the Shore Club, 20th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach The affair will feature prominent swimmers from the Miami area, specialty acts presented by the pupils of Ralph Smith, a swim meet with candidates from every sorority and fraternity on campus, and a dance. Tickets may be purchased at the door at $1.20 per person. Proceeds will be donated to the Campus Charity Chest. Sisterhood Luncheon To Feature Nite Club Stars Entertainers from the Beachcomber show and other night clubs will appear at a gala luncheon to be given by Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood at the Beachcomber, Wednesday, February 18, at 12:30 p.m. This affair will be the fourth annual Sisterhood Luncheon, according to Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president, who has named Mrs. Murray Maurer chairman of the day. Copies of the Sisterhood's calendar journal will be given as souvenirs to those attending. Reservations are $10, and may be made through Mrs. Maurer and Mrs. Ben Seidler, chairman of the reservations committee. Reva Romer of Mr. and Mrs. David Gottlieb of Detroit. Miss Romer is a graduate of Wayne University in Detroit, and during 1945 and 1946 was affiliated with the Y.M. & W.H.H.'s of Miami and Miami Beach as arts and crafts instructor. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Mr. Gottlieb is now attending the University of Michigan Law School. He was formerly a member of the paratroopers stationed in the Philippines. The wedding is planned for early summer. Social Counseller To Discuss Public Schools Leo Pfeffer, counseller on social problems, will review his booklet, "Religion in the Public Schools," at a special board meeting on the Miami Beach Chapter Women's Division, American Jewish Congress. The meeting will be held at 1.30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 20, in the home of Mrs. Joseph Berman, 151 89th St., Surfside. Mrs. Frederick Grossberg, chairman of the law and social action committee, will present the speaker. Following the speaker, Mrs. Clarence Cohn, president of the Miami Beach Chapter, will lead a general discussion of the test case briefed by Mr. Pfeffer. The case, now before the U.S. Supreme Court, challenges as unconstitutional and as a source of friction the practice of public schools which use regular class time for sectarian religious training. B'nai HVil li Girls To Meet A newly organized B'nai B'rith girl's chapter will hold their first meeting on Sunday, 2:30 p.m. January 18th, at the home of Miss Judy Krensky, 4955 Delaware Ave., Miami Beach, it has been announced by Miss Betty Ann Weintrub, temporary advisor. Admission to the meeting will be by presentation of crayons, pencils and other art materials AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE SUPPLIES — SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE (Plenty of parkin* in rt*r) 1804 N. ft tod AVE. Phone 04144 and toys which will be sent to European children. Miss Joan Terman is temporary president. Mrs. Seymour Steinberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goodman. 4451 S.W. 5th Terr., who was married Sunday in the Miami Beach Jewish Center, at candlelight ceremonies, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. POSITION WANTED Middle-aged lady with hospital experience wishes position as companion or child's nurse. MRS. SADIE LIEBMAN Gen. Del., Miami Beach STORE FOR RENT Store for rent at 1115 S. W. 27th Ave. good for either retail or professional. By owner at 201 S. W. 8th Ave. Income Tax Specialist BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS Formerly Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 — 5-3662 WANTED ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELDERLY LADY PREFERABLY ON BEACH PHONE MRS. HAYES 5-6150 WILL SHARE BUNGALOW Middle-Aged woman wishes to share her beautiful Beach bungalow with couple. Season or YearRound. Phone 6-3901 WANTED Dave Singer Is being searched for by his wife Rose since 1940. Since that date he has failed In any way to communicate with her. She Is extremely anxious to ascertain his whereabouts and Intentions toward her. He was born In England In 1SU6 and Is 5'7" weighs about 160 lbs., has black hair and black eyes. He was a post office clerk. Contact B. H. Welngart, 55 W. 42nd St., New York 18. BROOK CLUB 9424 Harding Avenue ELLA LOGAN DEAN MURPHY Mario and Floria MUSIC Tel. 6-2658 JULES LANDE LA PLAYA Maltre cfHoJel Manettl K33 •



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PAGE TEN 9-JenlstfkriJ/M FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, m, Miami Hadassah Plans Games Party The Business and Professional Women's Division. Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will hold a game and card party Tuesday evening, January 27th, at the President Hotel, 1423 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The time is 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Margaret Weinstein, fundraising chairman in charge of arrangements NOW is the time for H men, women and children come to the aid of those afflicted with polio reg. "' !" <= e creed, religion or color. Res] tors, iron lungs, hot pack 'chines, suction machines and under-water therapy tubs MUST be bought to aid tl ho are ravaged by this te GIVE today a little m you can spare. Mail ;• nply to March of ". n deliver it I i th< ; Israelite Center Plans Card Party Plai made at a n lil Cenl : : Esth* S %  Many boys and girls .-• including your hapi • • %  will die from polio this ym* n %  i" "P u> n ney to at JackThe polio t in cientific e tinea solely lay Correction On Sorin Concert The Samuel Sorin Concert sponsored by the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women scheduled for Sunday evening February 8, will take place at the Municipal Auditorium at Bay Front Park, not at the Civic Auditorium as published last week. 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 ind 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 Th?se Lots lie inescapeably in the path of the northern trend of the development from Miami Beach. A Han Jsonie profit to investors is thereby assured. Plan Your New HOTEL OR APARTMENT ON THIS ATTRACTIVE SITE! TENT SHELTER ERECTED ON E^ROPERTY. IX CASE OF RAIN DIRECTIONS: Follow Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, north, to property SALE CONDUCTED OX PROPERTY UXDER THE B \I I OON' FOR BAYVIEW POINT DEVELOPMENT CO FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co., Selling Aoents REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKFP 9 !" CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-8981 ^AML FLORIDA ATTENTION ALL REAL ESTATE BROKERS' We desxre and solicit your cooperation in the sale of this property and commissions will be Daid to on any lots sold through your efforts V U IliBiiliiiiiHiJBiJBBIM



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948 larch Of Dimes lakes Start %  Plan Appeals To Pupils. Parents, Businessmen The 1948 Dade County March bf Dimes campaign for fighting ,lio was off to a good start yesterday, under the direction of lack Cleary and Neil J. Hayes, vith Mrs. Claire Weintraub in fchargc of the women's division. Funds raised in the campaign will ), ivide scientific medical treatment for those stricken by the rippling malady. Cli iry pointed out that $30,000 L-;is raised last year through coin lards distributed to students. He [ppealed to pupils of all schools work even harder this year to II the 60.000 cards which the |oy Scouts distributed to them ast week. A free ice cream cone will be liven tomorrow, Saturday, to |ach of the first Dade students vhv exhibits a coin-filled card N ite Freeman at the Sno: i Palace, 216 N.E. 1st Ave. cards will also admit holders .!,<• all star "Polio" game in h, Orange Bowl stadium, 2:30 Sunday afternoon. e drive continues through he month, postmen will work on heir days off delivering printed |pp.,ilto every Miami business %  erous donations to the plio ward at Jackson Memorial | This will save the cost postage, and each postman will hus d mate the equivalent of a ull day's pay. Appeals to Mothers | Clear) directed a special aplast Saturday to Dade Counm .thns to insure continuance the polio ward at Jackson I where any polio victim pn ub'.,..n treatment, regardless race, need, color, or financial latus. "No mother can tell when her may be stricken," nd. "and maintenance of ward is their insurance i provide them the best treatment that medical m provide, in the event stricken. establishment of the d, 381 patients have treated and most of them 1 I The cost of maintainhe ward with a staff of % %  I specialists has skyrockduring the past year and ney will be needed this than ever before." To Visit Night Clubs 1 Tommy Royal, chairMi • the drive in Homestead. appear at several Miami nl clubs next week. He will lk '' part in a Chinese auction the -rutehes on which he left • ward, after being a more than 18 months. +Jel*tfhridltar) PAGE ELEVEN WHW. %  ALLY %  J& ?/ Vid S Andron a "d Rabbi Max Shapiro were the main speakers at the successful Jewish National Fund Celebration of the Pioneer Women's Club No. 1. The affair took place the Greater Miami Hebrew at hildrei Deary he p .' oluy ll liencc bey I "Sine bin. pen t fere Ig : kdica led i lure i S. .1. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 21 4 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religiout Supplies *r Synagogues and Private | ue. Also fo r Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 Academy on Jan. 4th. An entertaining feature of the program was the group of Palestinian songs by Cantor Jacob Goldring, accompanied on the piano by Joseph Schreibman. Remarks by Mrs. Lena Pushkin and Mrs. S. Seitlin were also received with favor." Golden Book Certificates of the Jewish National Fund, in honor of outstanding service to the group's ideals, were presented by Rabbi Shapiro to Mrs. Lena Kaplan, Mrs. Sarah Feinstein, Mrs. Sarah Schapoff. and Mrs. Minnie Mendelsohn, all members of the club. Announcement was also made of a forest to be planted in honor of Mrs. H. Seitlin. lifelong worker for the Pioneers. A golden Book Certificate in memory of Emanuel Gordon, inscribed by his widow and children, was also presented to the group. The faculty and students of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy inscribed the names of Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron in the Golden Book of the Jewish National Fund in appreciation of their efforts for this institution of Hebrew and secular learning. Sefar ha'Yeled certificates in honor of their grandchildren were presented by Mrs. Edith Mink, Mr. and Mrs. H. Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Serota, Mrs. Mollie Melinson, Mrs. A. Feldman and Mrs. Dora Williams. Adinah Ruth Stadlan was also honored with a certificate on the occasion of her entering the kindergarten of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Pledges and cash gifts for golden book inscriptions were also made by Mrs. R. Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Fredericks and the children of Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob L. Andron in honor of their parents' golden wedding anniversary. A donation of a dunam of land was presented by Mr. and Mrs. A. Usdansky, and David Better donated $100 to be shared equally by the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy and the Jewish National Fund. Mrs. J. Stalon. JNF chairEsi Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given M IAMI TITL£ & OJrstmctCa M 1IMS Of mU MTflCE %  MK CO0TTT BCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. Ani.li tlmailj S2.000.000.00 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 man, presided at the celebration. Meeting Scheduled The regular meeting of the Pioneer Women's Club No. 1 will be held on January 20, 8 p.m., at the Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. The cultural chairman, Mrs. Sonia Gerbert, announces that a Seminar will be held the following day, January 21, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Rose Brodv, 1621 S.W. 11th Ter. All members are urged to attend these important meetings. Donor Dinner Mrs.. Henry Seitlin, chairman, of the donor dinner to be given in the near future, announces that Mrs. Rose Brody, Mrs. Ralph Kreiger, Mrs. Sadie Minowitz, Mrs. Sonia Fienstein and Mrs. Mina Mendelsohn will serve with her as co-chairman in planning for the affair. Harmon y Club Dance to Feature Entertainers The Harmony Club of Greater Miami announces important changes in schedule for the entertainment and dance which they will give for benefit of Palestine.. The affair will take place at the Shoreham and Norman Twin Hotels, on the ocean's edge, 5th to 6th Sis., Miami Beach. The date will be Saturday, Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. An array of entertainers who will donate their efforts promise an exciting evening, according to Sydney H. Seelo, president of the group. Henry Stupell, manager of the Twin Hotels is contributing the use of the hotels. MJOC Sisterhood Plans Card Party Plans for a card party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bear, 2135 S.W. 11th Ter., were made when the MJOC Sisterhood met last Wednesday evening in the synagogue. Mrs. G. T. Solinger and Mrs. A. Sand are hostesses at the party, which will begin at 8 p.m. Admission is $1 and all money raised will go towards the building fund of the congregation. Plans are in the making for the annual package party with Mrs. Charles Stahl chairman of the event. The affair will be held Sunday Jan. 25th in the synagogue. Changes in officers at the recent meeting saw Mrs. Charles Life Insurance Eitatei Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ini. Co. 907 Biecayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Stahl unanimously elected vice president, and Mrs. Murray Grauer appointed publicity chairman. Mrs. Grauer is also in charge of procuring material for the banquet cloth for the new social hall, on which construction is due to begin shortly. MIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • IJght 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 COMPLETE PLANNING AND LAYOUT HERVICK 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 ORL1N LOUIS GERBER fc frf^Jw; ROKEACH Cta / BORS PCLICIQUS HOT % %  I, ROKEACH {, SONS INC. BROOKLYN N.V. r~All00IX M.4. 9 BEiT SOUP J CHILLED SA VE SAFEL Y ARE YOU BENEFITING FROM THE DIVIDENDS WHICH ARE BEING PAID TO OUR ACCOUNTS AT THE RATE OF PER ANNUM FOR 1947 Add Your Name In 1948 Open Your Savings Account TODAY Federally Insured Up To $5,000 RESOURCES MORE THAN S20.000.000.00 DADE FEDERAL JOSEPH M UPTON. P,.I %  FIRST A V fc" N L



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PAGE TWELVE *Jeist Fkridtar FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, Kashrutli In Its Social Relation By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director. Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth The question of kashruth has been discussed and presented with emphasis on various viewpoints. Its primary emphasis is quite understandably religious since kashruth observance stems from a religious origin. There is, however, another aspect to the kashruth question, which we would designate as the social or communal aspect. Man is essentially a social being. His impuls. ,||| A S'!JI l"il!' Campaign At a meeting of the Greater Miami Joint Defense Appeal Committee held Tuesday. Obituaries ADAM RABlNOVIT %  He %  %  prompt him to speak, work, cooperate, and mingle with his fellow man. As part of the "social life." people are friendly to one another: they dine with one another: and create or abide by a traditional way of life. Obviously, the ways, manners, habits, and traditions of one group of people differ in various respects from those of another group. The British maintain and are very proud of their traditions. The French boast of theirs. As Americans, we take justifiable py.de in the American tradition and way of life. It is an acknowledged fact that the French underground movement found its strength and sacrifice in its reliance upon the spirit and tradition of France. The Jewish people too. p the unique quality of cusl traditions, and a manner of life that has sustained them throughout countless generati ns and preserved us as a distinct entity, There are some among us who conform to these ageand ways I life and others who are indifferent to tl will however partake of k -•"• %  %  food when the occasion pri itself. To those who regard this piril %  pie attend social or communal I I d, they partaki n ngs whicl %  %  %  rnen er natl ituted very serious and profound conrein of the whole Jewish community, and it st ts as a major con.-:dera'.i in today ticula alms where the entire Jew Ived. In the concenl Jewish people, in the vast matent fused at .. :•-•-. At the present time, in the placed persons ca:Jews refuse to cat n n-kosher food. In many cases they submit to s;.. ther t! This situation has been ackn edged as a communal r bility of the major Jew sh Inti national Relief Agencies; and millions of dollars are spent each year in the recognition tion realistically accepted major part of the Jewish community. An appreciable portion of the Christian world recognizes and regards kashruth as a distinctive part of Jewish living. In some states the:. statutes duly csstablished against misrepresentation in matters of kashruth. Might it not be a desirable measure in the interests of better Jewish social relationships to tryto conduct Jewish affairs of an essentially communal nature in conformity with a tradition that reaches back into the dim past of Jewish history? Such a step might serve in the establishment of even a firmer and more unified spirit among our people, in bringing together greater numbers of our brethern and in cementing a social approach and attitude in matters affecting the needs and the future of Israel. Congratulations are being tendered Al LoZilo, of the Jewish Floridian staff, upon his becoming a grandfather. Word was received Wednesday from his son who is studying for his degree in medicine at Fordham University New York City, at


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1948 JNF FLAG DAY SET FOR JAN. 24-25 TO SPEED PALESTINE LAND PURCHASE Jewish National Fund Flag Day will start at sundown, Jan 24. and continue all next day, Jan. 25. Activities will include day-long solicitation of funds by the many groups affiliated with the J.N.F. Council. All contributions will be voluntary, and donors will be tagged with small Jewish flags. Proceeds from Flag Day will go toward purchase and reclamation of land in Palestine in accordance with the 10-year land program recently adopted by 700 leaders of the Jewish National Fund in their New York conferference. The entire Greater Miami area will be covered by the Flag Day solicitations, under auspices of the JNF Council of Greater Miami, with main offices at 1632 Pennsylvania Ave. Headquarters of the Day will be at the home of Fiag Day Chairman Clara Goldenberg, 1610 Euclid Ave., Apt. 2. Dr. Harry H. Queen will be in charge of the Miami, area, and will work with the committee. Rabbis to Preach On the Saturday preceding Flag Da>. Rabbis of the community will speak on JNF from their pulpits and dedicate Sabbath services to the Palestine fund. Requests to this effect have been sent to the various congregations by Sam Posterman, executive director for this area. The 10-year program adopted in New York Jan. 4, involves [spending $880,000,000 for 3,000,) dunams (660,000 acres) of [land. The delegates representing 1 almost every major city in the 'l.S. voted to redeem 1,000,000 I dunams as quickly as possible and resettle them immediately. The Jewish National Fund's budget for 1948 lists $87,000,000 | for land purchase. V Flag Day the entire JNF [Council has been named committee of the day. Special assistants to Miss Goldenberg on the I Committee are the following representatives of affiliated groups: II. Goldenberg, Zionist Organization of America; Mrs. K. Stadlon. Pioneer Women No. 1; Mrs. Ethel Dorf Pioneer Women No. 2; Mrs. Rose Lustig, Mizrachi; Mrs. IMakovsky, Hadassah; Mrs. Harry H. Queen, Zionist Organization of Miami; Miss Esther Goodman, Business and Professional Women, Hadassah; Misses Toby Cooper and Ronnie Wasserman and Mrs. Doris Pardo, Jr. Hadassah, and Abe Schaefer, |Masada. vJenisti f/cridiaun PAGE THIRTEEN Miss Clara Goldenberg Appointment of E. G. "Don" Graham and H. Stilton Brannn as vice-chairmen of the 1948 Red Crou fund campaign was announced by Chairman H H. Hyman Thursday. The campaign will be held throughout the nation during the month March. Goal of the Dade county chapter is $321,000. Beth David PTA Card Party Sunday Sisterhood Schedules Speakers, Music "An evening with your friends and a chance to make new ones" will be the theme of the card party to be sponsored by the Sisterhood and Parent-Teachers Assn. of Beth David Synagogue at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Sam J. August, Sisterhood ways and means chairman has asked those planning to attend to arrange their own tables of four where possible. Sandwiches. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN mat the undersigned are engaging In business under the fictitious name ol PARK BAR, at 254] Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, Klurlda. and Intend to register said name with the Clerk .it the Circuit Court of Dade County, r lot Ida. IIARKY SCHWARTZ. ESTHER RAUZIN, MARVIN RAUZIN, W ASM AN. SILVER &BAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Applicants. l 9-13-23-80 2/ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name o 1LAOLER POOD SHOP at 271 Hast hlagler Street. Miami, Florida. Intend to reglstei said name with the Clem of the Circuit Conn of Dade County. !• l"i ida. JACK OOULD EDWARD BOOAN Petit era, MYERS, IIK1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners. i/-i-M-ao -•'. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till. 11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fi)R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 113MI). FRANCES (i. GROUX, Plaintiff, vs. KENNETH L. GROUX, Defendant TO: KENNETH L. GROUX, 90 Crow street Tarreytown, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before February 6th, 194s, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be liken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Ploridlun, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated mis r.th day of January, 1(48. I-:, li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By VYM. \V. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney ut Law 1023 Seybold Hidg. Miami. Kla 1/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Star Watch and Jewelry at 4n N.W. 1st street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Cleric of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, FLORENCE PELTZ Sole Owner. Welnsteln, Weinsteln and Welnstein Attorneys for Applicant 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 1/9-13-21-10 2/6 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY, K1AJRIDA. — No. 1X093. UK: ESTATE OF FRANK DEUTSCH, Deceased. NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition lor Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Frank Deutsch deceased; and that on the 2nd day of February, 1948. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Wanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Frank l'iitsch, deceased. This Slat day of Decombcr, 1947. LEWIS CHESTER, Executor. MARX M. FEINBERG Attorney for Executor. 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS" HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Wilson's Package Store at 1017 N.W. 79lh Street, Miami. Florida, intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. H R.MAN MACK Petitioner. MYERS. HEl.MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Herman Mack I/2-9-16 7 23-30 Kasow Markowitz R abbi Jogeph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. Clearing Loi, ur Specialty" Bulldoier and Drag Line* lor Rent_-G rad A PuWeriaed nd Proceaaed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter .. Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-387t io, F „ 0r FREE EaMmatea 1813 |. W. 21st Terrace ... .* ormerly the an 1 ?. 1 TOP SOIL CO All Work Guaranteed cake and coffee will be served By hostesses, and proceeds will be used for the congregation building fund. Columnist to Speak The next regular meeting of the Sisterhood will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m.. to give members who are occupied during the day an opportunity to attend. The newly elected officers and board members of the Congregation will be the honored guests. A short business session will be followed by a program, prepared by Mrs. Alex Stiebel. program chairman. Featured speaker will be Mrs. Dora H. Klemei, executive of I the Miami Marriage and Family Council. Jack Bell. Miami Herald columnist, will also talk on behalf of the Community Chest. Two students of the religious school, Harvey Kassow and TShomas Markowitz, will take part in the musical portion of the program. A social hour will follow. and in celebration of Chamishn Azar Bishevat (Jewish Arbor fay) Palestinian fruit and delicacies will be served. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UK THE 11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANU K"R DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA —IN CHANCERY, No, 114014. PAULA BEIOBNBERG, I'laintm, V8. SOLOMON L. • 8EIOENBERO, Defendant. THE STATE OP FLORIDA: TO: SOLOMON I. SEIOBNBBRU 1746 East 1 tilh street Brooklyn, New York You .,!,. hereby notified and or.ier.-ii t.. appear to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-styled cauee "ii or before the l-th day of February, 1948, otherwise the allocation of said Hill of Complaint will he taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week tar four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN. %  newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. DATED this 13th .lav of January, 1948. E. B, LEATIIEKMA.V Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C GREEN, Deputv cierk SA.M SILVER 170.", Congress Hldg Miami. Mori.la 1/10-28-30 176 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM) FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 113696. ADELL l.EVEINE. Plaintiff, vs. I-AWRENCE l.EVEINE, Defendant. TO: LAWRENCE LhVElNE Residence Unknown Last known mailing address: General Delivery Red Bluff, California You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before January 23. 1948, otherwise the Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. i.et this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks in the Jewish Flornlian. newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 23rd day of December. 1947. E It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal! By \V.\I. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 12/26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the netftooa name o Palace Poultry at Son Av tat ion Avenue, Miami, Florida, Jtendl to regieter said name with the < el* Of UJ cir-uit Court of Dade County, Hor"'''' JACOB li COHEN Sole owner. 1/9-16-23-30 I I NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KOIt DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 114044. JollN MICHAEL IIARONE. Plain"!!:. vs. MARY PAULA BARONE, Defendant. TO MARY PAULA BARONE Hi:, Tiffany Street Bronx. New York You are hereby notiried and required to appear to the Hill of Complaint filed In the above styled on use. on or before February 13. IMS. otherwise the Bin of Complaint will be taken as confessed acainal you. Let this order be published on., a week for not less than four successive Weeks In The Jewish Klorldian, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida Dated this 13th day of January. 1948, B, B, LEA I nr.K.UA.N. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circull Court Seal) By WM. W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorne) at Law 1083 Seybold Building Miami. Florida I 18-23-30 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslneaa under the fictitious name of BOZAKT RADIi) at 63 N. E. 2nd Street. Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES BOZART MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKHY Seybold Building 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A & G Plumbing Contractors at 1121 Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach. Fla.. intend to register said name wltb the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda. NATHAN GOREL1CK DAVID AUGUSTUS BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Petitioners 412 Congress Bldg. 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of ALLEN'S TRADING STORE at 145 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 12/19-20 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlug to engage la business under the fictitious name of M & B GROCERY at 4416 N.W. 17tb Avenue. Miami. Klorlda, Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT K. SHANNON Petitioner. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorne) s for Petitioner 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 1/16-23-30 2/6-13 1/16-23-30 2/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 113723. RUTH TOWERS. Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN TOWERS, Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: NATHAN TOWERS, ISM Bast 8th Street, Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In tne above-styled cause on or before the 26th day of January. 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bin of complaint will -be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FUlRIDIAN, a newspaper published In Dade Count v, Florida. DATED this 26th day of December, 1 1*4 I B It LEATHERMAN, „ Clerk of Circuit Court. it Ircult Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. A. J. KAPLAN UePU y C erk Solicitor for Plaintiff l i i>:< < 'ongress Building Miami 32, Florida 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No! 20283 In Re: ESTATE OF LEWIS LBWENSTE1N, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said state: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN deceased, late of Dade County, Klorlda, to the Hon. W. 1-KA.NK BLANTO.N, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in tne County Courthouse in Dade County, Klorlda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Se. Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated January 8, A. D. 194s JOSEPH Ill'RKHOLZ. As Executor of the Las; Will and Testament of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN. Deceased. HARRY ZUKERN1CK Attorney for Executor 1/16-23-30 2/6 ... „ RDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND HR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 113oo. Lois C. Herget, I'laintm. vs. Emll L. Herget, Defendant. TO: EMIL L. HERGET, 88-46 186th Street, Hollla, Long Island. New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the blil ot complaint for divorce filed against you by LOIS C. HERGET on or before the 6th day of February, 1948. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE' AND ORDERED this 7tn day of January, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, „ r 'erk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. UKtOJON, GEORGE J. TAL.ANOKF"" ,y ^^ Solicitor for Plaintiff 1/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name OX Miami Watch Crystal Co. at 127 N.E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Ft. Intends to register said name with the Clerk or ;5 J c "" cult Oourt of Dade County, Florida ROBERT KUTN'BR Sole Owner 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 .'• i i % 



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% % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  H PAGE FOURTEEN 9-Jenisf Ihridiar FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1949 Letters To The Editor Jewish Floridian 120 N.E, 6th St. imi, Fla. Letter To The Editor: Dear Friend: In last week's Florid.. by Rabbi Sh which made a ment about procedure at Temple 1 as chairman 4->gue and Arrangements : T< pie 1 •v. • my duty to correct the nent and to in n your readers of thi It is pie la I thi I in the Rafc :tus and the president, we have two members of the board on the pulpit during sen Frid evenii by K Shapi M x Januarv 13 1948 Dr. Bowman F. As %  Mi< Snirer Heads not attei I -••• '"' usual and • that the : %  Yours 11 MAX HOLTSBERG. Art Troupe To Appear Here Art Troupe N* ... %  V irk %  :.: for two and Ben Bronston, elected n lirect p:t. The next week, 1 rd of trust • Th fact that Mr %  am: Hu U. Of Miami Guidance Center %  of M linal • Dean of the S %  I • •; %  %  iuidana %  • %  • %  I ist at Pel ••• He A.B M.A., %  %  first pei '..... nuary 25, at the the Merritt Jr. H 660 Pittsbu •••Mi the Duq 1 Monday evi t the Bead T Guidanc I it fitl Fi. fess H %  fit; t tl %  %  %  recc pi e and •• D.. :. : 11711w-.. w. ...... I : • : nd Nahum Mi H Since : Argi ntina; Michai igh its A and Speech clin Bun au has I nd part-ti students • Art< I .:. New V irk; n pianist Ben rt l ; %  %  beei the :. • • David Lichl %  : rid rich, president iation. Rabl I :. : Herald Writer Speaks Before Social Group A W iman Repo ti %  • Its at was the subject disJeanne Bellamy. .; Id feature En anon Club nuary 14th The clib 11 Y M.H.A., were Miss Jeai 1 %  1 man | the club. Kratish •• %  %  %  I tl ... I 1 • %  the %  and fourth Wi Inesday; nd membership is pen ovei 21. Vel I• %  %  -nip. •Miss Membership, 1947" is the title won by Thelma Cohan, center above, for bringing greatest number of new members into Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah in a lix-month membership contest. Other finalists shown are Harriet Suckler, right] runner-up. and Sonia Zais. left, third place. The young ladies wen presented with their rewards at Jr. Hadassah's annual Cornation Hall held at the International Beach Cabana Club. Irving Blasbero. Treasurer BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 Alton Rd. Phone 5-5844 • MIAMI BEACH • R. A. Niceley. Funeral Director MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS —and— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark ti.e Resting Place of Your Experinced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO 3253 S. W. 8th St. Two-Story White Building —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. L ^rm S W 12th AV MIAMI-. LIB. 3-3431 A YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FINE FUNERAL SERVICE i-7777 WE OfriCJALLY KPKSENT THE MAJORITY Of NOR THEM ft WISH FUNERAL HOMES Inlvmam ClaHf fu/miW on fttquif SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish \ V ( \24 HOUR -r N> \4MBUlA*Ct stwfcr J IOS. L. PLUMMER RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE •Ct 1236 Washington v Miami Beach EDWARD T. NEW**' 4 Fune'ai Director ABE EISENBE


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m-. +Jmist> ft rid far PAGEF1PTEN LAURA Z.HOBSON tmktd % > NORMAN wtd Ml NODCV • WW RHODA I. SIMON ; 0R ALMOST A YtAR NOW, THE MOST POPULAR AND FASTEST-SELLING BOOK IN AMERICA HAS BEEN'GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENTWRITTEN BV OAUGHTfR OF A JEWIJH EDITOR. LAURA ZAMETKIN WAS BORN IN NEW VORK CITY JUST AFTER THE TM OF THE CENTURY. UPON RECEIVING HER B. A. DEGREE FROM CORNELL UNIVERSITY, SHE TOOK HER FIRST JOB WRITING COPY FOR AN ADVERTISING A6ENCY. IN 1934. SHE JOINED THE PROMOTION STAFF Of LUCE PUBLICATIONS, TIME, LIFE. AND FORTUNE WHERE SHE REMAINED UNTIL 1940. SUCCESSFUL IN HAVING HER STORIES PUBLISHED BY LEADING MAGAZINES,MRS. H0850N RESIGNED AS PROMOTION DIRECTOR OF TIME TO GIVE ALL HER TIME TO CREATIVE WRITING. IN 1943, HER FIRST NOVEL*THE TRESPASSERS" WAS PUBLISHED. THE BOOK, PROTESTING THE OUOTA SYSTEM USED TO ADMIT REFUGEES TO THE U.S. WAS CONSIDERED POWERFUL AND SYMBOLIC* MRS HOBSON DEVOTED THE NEXT FOUR YEARS TO GATHERING MATERIAL FOR HER FAMOUS"6FNTLF.MAIIS AGREEMENT," WHICH, WHEN PUBLISHED IN 1947 WAS HAILED AS THE BEST OF ITS KIND WRITTEN IN YEARS. illikUi-HJM SHE WROTE HER FIRST SHORT STORY IN 1935, THE SAME YEAR IN WHICH HER 5-YEAR OLD MARRIAGE TO THAYER HOBSON ENDED BY DIVORCE. i JUST BEFORE PUBLICATION OF THE NOVEL. SCREEN RIGHTS WERE SOLD THE MOVIE Of THE SAME NAME,CANDIDATE FOR THE ACADEMY AWARDS. WAS RELEASED LATER THAT SAME YEAR. FIGHTING FOR THE ADMISSION OF REFUGEE JEWS. TO ALL DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES,SHE HAS DECLARED HER PRIDE IN BEING JEWISH AND HAS DEDICATED HERSELF TO THE TASK OF BATTLING ANTI-SEMITISM UNTIL IT FADES OUT OF EXISTENCE ENTIRELY'THIS IS /'co>ttiHT~i..i JIWUM TJtiitAmic finer Met. Miami Fishing Tourney Under Way The 13th Annual Metropolitan Miami $15,000 Fishing Tournament was off to a notable start [ despite unfavorable weather, i with more than 100 entries in Lthe general trolling, plug-casting land fly-rod divisions. The event, I which continues through April '18. will start its second week I Sunday under the supervision of Anglers. Inc., a group of Greater Miami sportsmen headed by H. |H Hyman. This oldest consecutive rod and I re el angling competition in the Iworld. offers prizes to all anglers I %  without entry fees. The principal Irules are that all catches be Imade on rod and reel, and the patch with tackle be taken to lone of the 40 official weighing Jstations for registration. The levent is directed from its offices |by Dinty D. Dennis, veteran KPorts reporter. 1367 North Mipmi Ave., Miami. Book Store Features Religious Supplies S. J. Freedman's Hebrew Book Store in Miami Beach features the sale of Hebrew religious supplies for both synagogue and private use, as well as for Hebrew schools. Located at 214 Fourth St., between Collins ave. and Washington, the establishment carries taleisim (silk and wool), Tefilin, books, mezuzas, torah mantels, flags and several types of Jewish novelties. It is the only establishment of this type in this area servicing Jewry with religious articles. Rev. Freedman opened the store four years ago. Hadassah B & P Group Mrs. Ethel Grossman and Mrs. Bea Marcus were guest speakers at the last regular cultural meeting of the Business and Professional Women's division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah on Monday evening, January 12. The Only Community Wide Kashruih Association THE GREATER MIAMI VAAII IIA KAMI ICI I II This communal project is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the following congregations and rabbis: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman The Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Miami Congregation Beth Tfilah Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Miami Beach lemple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach Miami Beach Maker's Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave. Maker's Live Poultry Market. 436 Collins Ave. g& H. Live Poultry, 320 Collins Ave. oyal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only). 515 Collins Ave. "erman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave. Human's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St. labels Kosher Meat Barket, Blackstone Food Center, 737 Washington Ave. M ami Northw.si Section {Jade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th St. Weal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only), 155 N. W. 5th St. Rational Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W. 5th St. national Kosher Provision Co.. 230 N. W. 5th St. Miami Southw.it Section Wuality Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St. • & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. bouthwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W. 27th Ave. Cash van St Venesky Live Poultry. 2011 S. W. 8th St. Coral Way Section Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way "LOOK FOR THE GMVH SIGN I IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE FOR KA6HRUTH" Fla. Comptroller To Address Luneheon Group The Hon. Clarence M. Gay, Florida state comptroller will address the Luncheon Club of B'nai B'rith at 12:15 today on the subject: Activities of the Comptroller's Office in Relation to the Governor's Cabinet. The luncheon will be held at the Downtown Club. Seybold Bldg. Mr. Gay was appointed comptroller by Gov. Caldwell early in 1946 to fill the unexpired term of J. M. Lee. He is a past clerk of the Circuit Court-of Orange County and former manager of the Orlando Chamber of Commerce. He is also past vice president of the 1st Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. of Orlando, and at present is a citrus grower. Bill Pallot is chairman of the Luncheon Club group. Horse Show Starts Tonight More than 160 horses from southeastern states, and more than 75 riders, will be presented in the Fourth Annual Horse Show of the Bridle and Saddle Club this week-end. The show will be held at Hytone Acres, 747 E. 9th St., Hialeah, starting at 7:45 p.m. tonight, and continuing at 2 o'clock Saturday, with the climaxing championship classes Saturday night at 8 p.m. The show will offer some $2,500 in awards. All three programs are open to the general public as spectators, reservations and tickets being available through the Hytone Acres offices. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES WBITI .0" IOO-11I US .W. SOW COURT na MIAMIFl Offlfl4 WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Jnl2 f, jr raation '•^aiding kaahrulh. call our Director, Rabbi Ph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439. Sitki!! ra ot th OsMJmr Miami Vaad HaJMfJurut 2fS"i W* A. M. Bear. *ic-pt**4£)2fK. t %  • Label. **..,_. UdML tMumrar. h are: Harry Sootin, SecreMIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Haw It" 1805 PURDY AVE„ M. B. PH. 5JJ37W ADAM, ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races Admission (Nc Minors! 25c TRANSPORTATION — From Miami—Express Service by Red Adams Line from Elks' Club. Ea>r Flogler S' and N. E. Third Ave from 6.30. Ft. Lauderdale— From 447 E. Las Olas Blvd. at! frequent intervals HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16 PAQB ilXTEHt Wins Scholarship Miss Dolly Fishbein, a sophomore at the University of Miami, has been named recipient of the Dora August Memorial Scholarship Award by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. The late Dora August served as RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ices at services REFORM Temple IiraeL 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. en • >jen ag 7 Q) Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, a Sabbath eve services Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Leo Baeck. President of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. will speak on behalf of the Combined Campaign of the Lnion of American Hebrew Congree and the Hebrew Union CollegeSabbath morning services at 11 Regular Sabbath %  8:30. Intermediate outh at 9 f of the facul to both groups Bible study at 4 nan. Mincha Reception Honors Anniversary-Engagement .• „ %  have been issued to a reception honoring Mr >M ttrjMiUero" their twenty-fifth wedding anniv^ kSFSSi&tS Miriam, on her engagement to Ralph Goffi an The selector. : Miss Fis was mad n th merits of her tanding activities in B'nai B'rith Youth work She is dent -:' the D lapter, and .; intensely inl in futurt ship of B'nai B'rith > x\ : % %  : :. %  -. in Greater Mia-.. Miss been instrun in inaugurating youth forums University, ie :; maj jring in EduMiss Fishbein devotes time to Hillel house a l ties. F rmal presentation of the Scholarship Award will be made on Tuesday. January 20th. when the Miami Beach v | ter cf B'nai B'rith W men meet at th< new V M. k W.H.A. cf U. Beach. Dade County's chapter of the Nati nal Foundation for Infantile Paralysis maintains a ward in Jackson Memorial Hospital Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrew* are.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi Dsvid Raab. Servx Friday evening conRabbi Raab 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Jacob M. Rothschild, guest aker. The Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk *t.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday night. Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak on "A n iman." Mr. A ham G Idstein. vice presi: •:-.-. 2. nist Organization of America, will be guest speak.-.. lay morning at 10. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovfey. Fridaj night services at 5:15. lay m rning first minyan at J a :. w nd at 9 a.m. Rabbi Class on :. :' the week at 3 p.m. Mincha at 4 p.m. followed by a program of -• Rabbi will speak n th< Sedra of tl : Dailj rning servi first minyan at 7 a.m. followed by a class in i na Second m ny n at 8 a.m. Daily .3 services at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Je and cust ms .'•' iriv at 6 p.m. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington aye.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis J. Feder. Sabbath eve -vires j Rabbi Mescheloff will leei ture on "Are the Arabs Armed?" Cantor Louis Feder and the Glee Club will present a musical program and lead in communal singing. Early Sabbath morning servMax by sisterhood. edb lf the Wee*. Sunda> ; at 10 a.m. Daily scl Bar Mi %  >n of Mrs Sam Goodman, and Max. son of Mi and Mrs. Isaac Hagen. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th av.. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Services Friday at 5.30 p.m night forum at 8:J0 p • Rabbi Grauer will preach on W it Is God." Refreshments j by Sisterhood. Services Saturday morning at 7:30 and 9:30. Children's services 9:30 a.m. a at 5 p.m. followed by S Sudos. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Dailj religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Arnold Mannis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mannis, be Bar Mitzva Saturday m %  rn:nc, Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late Friday night services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi April's topic will be "Who Will Follow." Ones Shabboth — refreshments served by the ladies. Saturday morning ces at 9:00 a.m. Philip, son :" Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cowans will become Bar Mitzvah. He will address the congregation. Rabbi April will officiate. Mmchah s at 4:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Suddos. Rabbi April will speak on the portion of the week Sunday school at 10.00 a.m. Hebrew school daily from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. rnNSERVATIVE i Junior Congregation at lo an C-J2S Both David. 135 AZ A-DBG Youth Serv.ce 2 Thid1 ave. Rabbi Max | Breakfast^ Sunday morning J] Cantor Maurice Epiio !" -^ M urice Mam chei. L u Prid ay evening services at 815. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Rabbi Shapiros topic will B will be dedicated ,mi Chapter of Hadassah, who will conduct responses. Reception following services at which Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Langre will bi n honor of ; their wedding anniversary. Sab%  bath services at 8.30 and students I 10:30. Stanley, son of Mr ..nd Mrs. Abraham Wellins. will become Bar Mitzvah. Bar Mitzvah 1 Club every Sunday morning at 8:30 for boys and girls of 13 and over. Adult ission group every Sunday at 10:15 a.m. in Synagogue. Bible vi y m >rning under direcLevetan Miami Beach Jewish Community. 1415 Euclid avo., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. ; %  '. lay evening services at 5:30. : evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Lchrman will preach n "A Heavenly Union." Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the services assisted by Center Choir. Saturday morning service 9 a.m.. Rabbi Lehrman preaching on "The Weekly Portion of the Law." a.m. for boys and girls over u Hebrew Religious School Men day through Thursday 330 ^ 6:30 p.m. Sunday Religiou, School Sunday morning from It to 12. Pre-Kindergarten School Monday through Friday morninn 9 to 12 noon. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4m Chase ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Simml Kelemer. Friday evening service at J151 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The Jewish CoDcept of Brotherly Love." Sabbath service at 10:15 a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render musical poitions at all services. Sunday school at 91)1 a.m. for children from the JIB of 44 to 144. High schools Jewish studies, Sunday mornuj at 9:45 a.m. for young people IS years of age and over. Classes I alternate weekday afternoons-j boys and girls from the ages of I 74 to 13. Nursery school dailj I morning and afternoon session I —children from the age of 1\\ to 5. L BO E1SEXSTEIN %  rUalio* Give Prompt Peronl AtUntlon to AH %  <•' Will SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 %  SrSrKAL ESTATE PROBLEM!! 18 Yeare of Experience In Building Conetructlon on Miami Beach Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White end Colored Help Phonee 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MBIDENBERO. Owner High Grade TAILORED VEXETI BL1XDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida us*—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimate* 9-7555 the oriqinal JQ/EPH J.RAWL/OP

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 16, 1948

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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lie\wiislh-IEIIiDiPiidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUE 21NUMBER 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Promises 0. N. Spporl|5,ee,n9(:"'
In Palestine Partition t^mtlVL
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
UN. Implementation Commission,
which is charged with carrying
out the decision of the General
Assembly to partition Palestine
into Jewish and Arab states, was
assured that it can depend on
the "fullest" aid from the Se-
curity Council should such as-
sistance be necessary.
The assurance was given by
U.N. Secretary-General Trygve
Lie. addressing the first meeting
of the five-nation implementa-
tion group. He expressed con-
fidence that the Commission will
"surmount all obstacles" and will
"take all necessary measures
leading to the establishment in
Palestine, not later than October
1, 1948, of an independent Arab
state and an independent Jewish
state." Mr. Lie also pledged to
the members of the Commission
"every resource" at the disposal
of the United Nations to make
their work a success.
The Commission elected Karel
Lisicky of Czechoslovakia as per-
manent chairman and Rael Diez
de Medina of Bolivia as vice chair-
man It decided to invite repre-
sentatives from the Mandatory
power, the Jewish Agency and
the Arab Higher Committee "to
designate such representatives as
they may determine, who shall
be available to the Commission
for such authoritative informa-
tion and other assistance as the
Commission may require in the
discharge of its functions under
the resoultion of the General As-
Congress To Admit
Refugees Truman
NEW YORK, (JTA)Early ac-
tion by Congress to authorize the
admission of displaced persons to
the United States was foreseen by
President Truman in a message
to the annual meeting of the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans.
Rep. William Stratton, of Illi-
nois, sponsor of, a bill at the last
session of Congress to admit 400,-
000 DP's over a period of four
years, told the meeting, which
was attended by more than 1,000
persons, that he believed that
such legislation would be adopted
at the present session. Assistant
Secretary of State Charles Saltz-
man said that the State Depart-
ment favored allocation by the
International Refugee Organiza-
tion of $75,000 to transport 400,-
000 DP's to the U.S. and believed
that the U.S. contribution to the
1RO should be adequate to cover
the costs.
sembly on the Palestine ques-
tion."
The statement by Mr. Lie to
the members of the Commission
was taken here as an indication
that the U.N. implementation
body can expect military back-
ing from some of the Big Powers.
Mr. Lie pointed out that not only
was the partition decision adopted
by more than the necessary two-
thirds majority of the Assembly,
but also that it enjoyed the sup-
port of the majority of the five
Great Powers.
"Your mandate, therefore, is
firm and clear," the U.N. Secre-
tary General said. "You are to
take all necessary measures lead-
ing to the establishment in Pal-
estine, not later than October 1,
1948, of an independent Arab
state and an independent Jewish
state. The resolution of the Gen-
eral Assembly under which you
act promises to you the full au-
thority of the United Nations in
discharging your responsibility.
You are entitled to be confident
that in the event it should prove
necessary, the Security Council
will assume its full measure of
responsibility in implementation
of the Assembly's resolution. You
have the right to assume, as I as-
sume, that in such a situation the
Security Council will not fail to
exercise, to the fullest and with-
out exception, every necessary
power entrusted to it by the
Charter in order to assist you in
fulfilling your mission."
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
five-nation U.N. Palestine Com-
mittee was completed this week
with the appointments of Dr.
Karel Lisicky as the Czechoslovak
representative and Raoul Diaz de
Medina, as the Bolivian delegate.
Immediately after the disclos-
ure of the appointments, the U.N.
Secretariat announced that the
committee held its first meeting
at Lake Success on Friday, Jon-
uary 9.
The composition of the com-
mittee is as follows:
BoliviaDr. Medina, who is
Minister-Counsellor to the Boli-
vian Embassy in Washington.
Czechoslovakia Dr. Lisicky,
a member of the United Nations
Special Committee on Palestine.
Denmark Per Federspiel,
delegate to the General Assembly,
former Danish Cabinet member
and underground Nazi fighter.
PanamaDr. Eduardo Morgan,
Agency Drafts Blueprint
Palestine Government
Will Be Ready For UH. Commission
JERUSALEM, (JTA)A detailed blueprint of the provisional
government for the new Jewish state, which will be headed by
a 15-man Cabinet, is nearing completion, it was revealed here
this week by the Jewish Agency, which said that the current
violence has not retarded preparation for the establishment of
the state. When the U.N. Implementation Commission arrives,
it will find that plans have been
fdrafted to meet any eventuality,
a spokesman said.
The blueprint dealt exclusive-
Campaign To Hit
Anti-Semitism
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)A
nation-wide campaign fox $6,-
103,540 by the Joint Defense
Appeal to finance the fight
againit anti-Semitism conduct-
ed by the American Jewish
Committee and the B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League was
proclaimed here by some 600
delegates attending the second
annual conference of the J.D.A..
fund-raising arm of the com-
mittee and the League. The
resolution embodying the rec-
ommended appeal climaxed a
day of studying the problem of
anti-Semitism in the U.S. and
affective nvtins of fighting it.
Canadians Refuse
Jewish D.P.'s Work
MUNICH, (JTA) Document-
ary proof to support the charge
of anti-Jewish discrimination in
the Canadian immigration mis-
sions, which has been voiced in-
formally for several months, is
contained in two letters released
by the International Refugee Or
ganization.
The letters, which were dis-
tributed by IRO headquarters in
Heidelberg, instruct immigration
officers not to accept Jewish
refugees for various projects. One
letter, marked No. 7, and dated
Dec. 1, 1947, covers railway main-
tenance men. It says that "be-
cause Jewish people in Canada
do not normally engage in this
type of work, it is recommended
by this (Canadian) mission that
Jewish persons not be presented
(by IRO aides.) However, the
mission will interview a very
(which is underlined) limited
number of applicants if sufficient
evidence can be shown that the
individual applicant intends and
is likely to remain in this type
of employment in Canada.
The railway project called for
720 men for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company and for the K.
F Welch Construction Company.
The wages offered were between
50 and 60 cents an hour with
$1.20 to be deducted daily for
board and lodging.
Letter No. 8 also dated Dec 1,
1947. concerns a hard rock miners
project. It advises that in general
52 employing companies are un-
join To Place Jewish applicants
rt^thaVprev^us experience
was not necessary.
former Minister of Education.
Philippines Sen. Vincente
Francisco, majority floor leader
of the Philippine Senate.
Haganah Barrage
Wrecks Arab Post
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Laying
down a barrage from a strong
battery of field mortars, whose
explosions rocked the city, the
Haganah demolished 20 houses in
the Sheikh Jarach quarter of
Jerusalem and, at least temporar-
ily, wiped out a strong point from
which Arab guerrillas had cut the
road to the Hadassah Hospital,
the Hebrew University and the
Jewish cemetery on the Mount
Olives.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency
NEW YORK, (JTA) Legal
action to regain the explosives
ministration for legitimate ship-
ment to Palestine will be taken
by Leonard Weissman, the ex-
porter who was authorized by a
Haganah representative to buy
the explosives, it was reported
here. The explosives were to have
measures to break the siege of
the Jewish section of the Old
City of Jerusalem, where nearly
2,000 Jews have been cut off for
more than a week by Arabs who
dominate all eight gates to the
walled city.
1948 Federation Budget Allocations
ganizations participating in the combined drive would b
For local services.
Baron de Hirsch, Loan Fund
...$ 3.000
21,620
Bureau of Jewish Educationi-- 33;956
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.............................. 3] 242
Jewish Home for the Aged...................................... is'oOO
Mt. Sinai Hospital.-........;~-^s~~rr............................... 4,232
National Council of Jewish Women................... n5QQ
Refugee Resettlement ........................................... 31,428
YMHA of Miami........................................................... 24,761
YMHA of Miami Beach..........................................................;_______.
.......................$177,736
For Overseas Relief and Reconstruction (other than the United Jew-
iSh American Committee for the Relief of the Yemenite$
American Committee' for "the Weizmann institute of
75
1,500
America^Fund for Palestinian"institutions::.. 2,500
SaKouncirofPaiestinian institutions:: ^.500
Hadassah ................................................. ...................... 3,500
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.......--;;-.................................... 7 =nn
National Committee for Labor Palestine............ J.500
Pioneer Women's Organization................................................ ^
For civic-protective agencies -00
American Jewish Congress. ....................................................* J.
Conference on Jewish Relations..............................................
Jewish Labor Committee.......................................................... -
Joint Defense Appeal................................................................." '
Total ....................................v.........................................*24'550
For Education, Health and Culture Agencies
American Academy for Jewish Research............................$
American Jewish Historical Society......................................
B'nai B'rith National Youth Services....................................
GraduateCFacuUy' of pS^^'^S^'Sd^^ZZ'.
Hebrew Theological College of Chicago................................
Histadruth Ivrith ........................................................................
Jewish Teachers Seminary........................................................
Jewish Theological Seminary of America............................
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital......................................-........
National Farm School.............................................................
Rabbinical College of Telshe....................................................
Yeshiva Torah Vedaath & Masifta..........................................
Yeshiva University....................................................................
Yiddish Scientific Institute...................................................... *ou
50
6,250
150
50
200
125
100
750
400
150
50
300
1,000
ly with civil functions, the spokes-
man explaining that "army or
military preparations are ex-
plicitly excluded from our plan-
ning since they are purely a
Haganah job." He also pointed
out that it will be the responsi-
bility of the U.N. Commission to
outline plans for a Jewish militia
or other armed forces.
The plans have been drafted by
a 13-member planning commit-
tee, headed by David Ben Gurion,
Agency chairman, and including:
Itzhak Gruenbaum, Dr. Fritz
Bernstein, Eliezer Kaplan, Goldie
Meirson and Moshe Shapiro, all
members of the agency executive,
and Dr. Remez, Zvi Lurie, J. R.
Grabovsky, Mordecai Shatner,
David Zvi Pinkas, and Dr. George
Landauer, all members of the ex-
ecutive of the Jewish Nattional
Council, and Dr. Granovsky, head
of the Jewish National Fund.
The following three main sub-
committees have been function-
ing: finance, economics, land and
agriculture; transports, commun-
ications, posts, telegraph, civil
aviation, police, prisons and gen-
eral and district administrators;
and health, education, immigra-
tion, labor, social welfare and in-
formation.
The *op planning committee ap-
pointed the following sub-com-
mittees; a legal committee to
drait legal system and advise
on legislation; a committee on
foreign affairs and a committee
on the city of Jerusalm. All com-
mittees will have their reports
and recommendations ready by
the end of this month, and some
have already completed their
work.
The spokesman revealed that
selection of subordinate personnel
has already begun and that many
government officials, including
Britons and Arabs, have expressed
willingness to serve the new Jew-
ish state.
The constitution of the state
will be drafted by a Constituent
Assembly, which will be chosen
in a manner determined by the
Implementation Commission, but
a skeleton frame work of the con-
stitution already exists, it was
disclosed.
The first-year budget of the
new states has been estimated at
between $50,000,000 and $60,000,-
000. The site for the capital has
not yet been fixed.
Total ................................................................................* 10>025
For National Service Agencies
American Association of Jewish Education..........................$ 500
Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds.......... 3,745
Jewish Occupational Council.................................................
National Jewish Welfare Board .............................................. 4.Z00
-------------------- DU
Torah Umesorah
Total ...
.$ 8,545
Agency Asks Military
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
Jewish Agency will formally ask
the United Nations to send an
international police force to Pal-
estine and to provide immediate
financial aid for the equipment of
a Jewish militia of 15,000 to 25,-
000 men, it was revealed here
by Moshe Shertok, head of the
agency's political department,
who has just returned from a
brief visit to Palestine.


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, (ft*
Cavalcade Speaker Spalding, Renowned Violinst, Appears
At Ft. Lauderdale Sunday On Community Concert Series
Second concert of the Community Concert series sponsored
Bear" IasrTon!!e|by thV^ni ~ Spalding, renowned violinist, on January 18.
Mr. Spalding began the study of the violin at the age of 7
and was graduated from the Bologna Conservatory at 14, the
man's glowing endorseme
American Jewish Cavalcade.
Rabbi Jacob M. Rothschild,
spiritual guide of the Temple, At-
lanta, Ga., arrives today in Fort
Lauderdale. The Cavalcade is
sponsored by the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations and
the Hebrew Union College of
Cincinnati.
Rabbi Rothschild will be the
guest of Rabbi David Raab and
Temple Emanu-El. during the
three days from Friday Jan. 16th
through Sunday the 18th. He will
bring the community the dynamic
message of Liberal Judaism,
espoused by the American Jew-
ish Cavalcade fur 1947-48, which
President Truman has hailed as
"a period of rededication to the
unchanging principles of the
ancient Jewish culture." Rabbi
Raab said.
Rabbi Rothschild will be the
guest speaker at the Sabbath eve
services on Friday. Jan. 16th,
when he will preach on the sub-
ject: "Some New Year's Resolu-
tions for Reform Jews" A re-
ception in his honor will :
the services. On Saturday, Jan
17th he will address the board of
directors of the Temple. On Sun-
day morning Jan. 18th from 10
to 12, he will visit the T(
Religious school.
youngest pupil to have been grad-
uated from the institution since
Mozart. He later studied in Flor-
ence and made his debut in Paris
at the age of 16. His concert tours
in America, Europe and Latin
America as will as his frequent
radio appearances have made him
a top favorite.
One of Spalding's three vio-
lins, insured for $50,000. h
traded the attention of conis-
seurs for over 100 years. He uses
the Guarnerius, a formei i 1-
lectors' item, i mtinuously in his
concerts. Surprisingly, he has no
insurance on his hands. "There
will always be violinists," he
claims, "but there is only one
violin like this or.'
Spalding'.- tours this season will
take him to more than 50 i
and 23 stat
His concer' here, as well as the
:ning three of the series,
Ruth Draper, Menahem Pressler
and [g -i. will be held at
Bi H gh 1 audi-
torium at 8:30 p.m. Tickets and
subscriptions are obtainable
contacting Mrs, Leo Hubermanat
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the topic of dis-
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Baker,
This affair will take place Sat-
urday. Januai v 17. 9 p.m. to mid-
night, in the Neptune Room and
Patm of th H bert Richter Hotel.
3300 Collins Ave. Miami Beach.
Fi iture of the evening will be
a rumba and tango exhibition by
Luis Gomez and his partner
;ce.
Guests will dance under the
stars to the music of Carlos
Varela*s on who have just
completed a successful en(
ment at the Havana-M
night club York City. The
vocalist will be Hilda Salezar.
Admission to the dance is $1.50
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on the evening of the dance.
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Mrs. Carl Weinkle, membership
chairman of Miami Beach Group
of Hadassah, announces that a
Reward'* party will be given
on Wednesday. January 28, at
the home of Mrs. Sam Blank, 600
East DiLido Drive, Miami Beach.
The party will honor those mem-
bers who bring in five or more
new members. Since definite ar-
rangements have to be made.
Mrs. Weinkle suggests that all
names be reported to her by
January 19th.
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* Jew 1st ncrktian
PAGE THREE
Workman's Circl* To
Install Officers
Installation of officers of Work-
man's Circle Vladek Branch 699
in'd Woman's Club of Miami, will
ukc place 7:30 Sunday at the
Lyceum, 1543 S.W. 3rd St., Mi-
ami-
New officers of the branch
;llC: chairman, Harry Rose; fi-
nance secretary, Charles Wein-
traub; recording sec, Moishe
Jacobs; treasurer, David Gross:
hospitaler, Sam Weitsman; exe-
ve committee: Alex Aronoff.
A Bernstein, Morris Braunstein,
Harry Greenberg, I. Gillman, Ben
Goldheigem, Harry Goldman. Si-
mon Kahn, George Silver, J. H.
Siegel, Charles Sokol, and S.
Snyder.
Officers of the Woman's Club:
chairman, Mrs. Simon Kahn;
vice chairman, Mrs. N. White-
house; finance sec, Mrs. S. Sny-
der; recording sec, Mrs. Morris
Braunstein; hospitaler, Mrs. Sam
Wei toman; treasurer, Mrs. J. H.
Siegel; executive board: Mes-
damcs Morris Jacobs, Joe Wolf.
Ed. Greenbaum. M. Grossman.
H Goldman, C. H. Weintraub, I.
Gillman, and George Silvers.
A musical program and re-
freshments will conclude the
meeting.
Chest Contributors Number 40,000
More than 40,000 persons
Dade County are regular contri-
butors to the Community Chest
of Dade County, according to A.
L. Reynolds, president.
"But we're going to need more
than that number to exceed our
goal of $845,596.77 in the 1948
Spinoza Forum
Announces Lectures
Dr. Morris Schneer of New
York will be the guest speaker
at the Spinoza Forum. 124 11th
St near Ocean Drive. Miami
Beach, at 3 p.m. Saturday after-
noon. His subject will be Psy-
gy for Better Living.
< lin LoeturV In Miami
Inside Europe, Topic
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews and newly
elected president of the inter-
national Council of Christians and
m drive Feb. 1 to 17," he pointed
out at a meeting of campaign
chairmen at the Chest head-
quarters, 127 N.W. 2nd St., Mi-
ami.
"The Community Chest of
Dade County is an organization
of givers, managed by givers, to
collect and distribute their con-
tributions to 21 community
agencies," he said. "It may be
compared with the trust depart-
ment of a bank in that givers en-
trust to it the responsibility of
deciding in what agencies pro-
portions of their gifts shall be
invested and how much these
portions shall be."
Services of the Community
Jews, will arnve in Miami on chest svmbolize democracy be-
l"l ?.:.; n"f.r.!.!.6,,Dr clincnV|cause they benefit not only the
two j ieSs fortunate, but also every
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Midrachi Women'i Organixation
will hold a special meeting at
Beth Jacob Synagogue, 311
Washington Are., 8:00 p.m. Sat.
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has just returned from a
and a half months trip through
eight countries of Europe.
Andrew W. Gottschall. Flor-
ida Regional Director of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews and of the Miami Round
Table, announces a heavy sched-
ule of speaking engagements and
meetings for Dr. Clinchy as fol-
lows:
Saturday and Sunday the
Whitehall Hotel, Palm Beach:
Mondayat 12:30 p.m. at the
McAllister Hotel; at 2 p.m., meet-
ing in the Dade County School
Administrative Building with
Dade County Public School sup-
ervisors; at 3:30 p.m.. meeting
with the Public Relations Com-
mittee, Harold Turk, chairman.
Tuesdayat 3:30 p.m. with social
science classes at the University
of Miami and at 4:30 at a Uni-
versity Faculty Smoker; at Palm
Beach again on Tuesday evening.
On Wednesday. January 2r,
Dr. Clinchy will speak to an in-
vited group of guests at the King
Cole Hotel. Miami Beach at 12:30
p.m. This luncheon will be spon-
sored by John B. Montgomery,
Roscoe Brunstetter and Mitchell
Wolf son. On the same day at 4:30
p.m. Dr. Clinchy will speak to
the social science teachers of the
Dade County schools.
Thursday of next week Dr.
Clinchy will accompany Mr.
Gottschall to Tampa and then
return to Miami on Friday to
close the week's engagements at
the regular Friday evening serv-
ices of Temple Israel.
In his tour of Europe Dr.
Clinchy had interviews with of-
ficials at the Vatican. UNESCO.
Ambassador Douglas, General
Lucius B. Clay and many other
public and religious leaders in
Europe. He will speak on his ob-
servations on the general theme,
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Reynolds declared.
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health and welfare services," he
said. "We know that the handi-
capped and aged must be cared
for; that the principles of good
citizenship, fair play and clean
living must be instilled and fos-
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families in trouble must have
friendly counsel and guidance.
These services are fundamentals
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Boy Scouts this past week
delivered 60,000 March of
Dimes coin cards to students of
Dade County schools for the Jan-
uary 15 kickoff of the annual
campaign to raise funds for fight-
ing polio. Jack Cleary, director,
said today. Each of the cards
will contain space for 20 dimes
and. when filled, will admit hold-
ers to the Orange Bowl polo game
for polio on Sunday afternoon.
January 25.
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any paid employees, stooges, or confederates who could possi-
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,
EDITORIAL
THE UNUSUAL
The recent action of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board in its handling of an unexpected wind-
fall in the form of an allocation from USO to its
1948 budget is the exception to the usual rule.
In setting the budget figure of SI,477,800 for
this year's operations, JWB very evidently had
to tread the middle road between providing the
services to which it is historically committed and
the desire to operate as economically as possi-
ble. USO had term.nated, yet the demands of the
military authorities for a continued high level of
service had to be considered. For a three-day
period, representatives of Jewish communities
listened to the organization's plans for 1948,
weighed these against what they knew of com-
munity needs, and balanced the whole against
current costs. The program which resulted showed
a realistic approach to the problem of serving the
needs of communities, their Jewish Centers, and
their men away in the armed forces.
Then, USO notified the community, through
JWB, that some of the military services which
they had financed in previous years, and which
JWB was forced to take on its own budget, would
be underwritten to the tune of SI52,99 of USO
funds. What was the JWB reaction to this? Frank
L. We.l, JWB president, immediately sent a letter
to the communities which the organization so-
licits for funds each year explaining the situation,
and announcing that, as a consequence, the 1948
JWB request, rather than being 30 per cent over
that of last year to meet increased responsibili-
ties, would be about 20 per cent more. In other
words, the services rendered by the agency re-
mains the same, but the contributors to the budget
benef.t by the support which the USO has pledged.
To us, this is an eminently fair adjustment.
JWB might merely have padded its program to
take up the additional funds; it might have set
the money aside for contingency;" it might have
done almost anything but what it did.
3 I'J I v
TAKE NOTICE
Ml III U III WOMEN
The Mizrachi Women's Organization ot
America is the religious Zionist women's move-
ment in America. Working modestly, the 40,000
members of the Mizrachi Women scattered
throughout the entire United States today
maintain a network of children's homes, schools
and other welfare projects throughout Palestine
benefitting close to 3,000 orphaned refugee and
needy native children.
Only last month the Mizrachi Women an-
nounced the opening of their biggest project so
far: the Children's Village at Raanana, where 500
orphaned refugee children who survived the Nazi
slave camps, the DP camps and finally the
internment camps on Cyprus will live in a health-
ful and constructive atmosphere. As in all of the
Mizrachi Women's projects, the Children's Village
will provide not only academic and vocational
instruction in addition to excellent physical com-
touts, but also the religious upbringing which most
of these children lacked during their lost years.
Like the other Zionist women's organizations
in the United States working towards the re-
habilitation of the scores of thousands of Jewish
chldren who look to Palestine as the only hope
in their otherwise bleak lives, the Mizrachi Worn-
UliU* THE3i WALK
As the 1948 March of Dimes campaign be.
gins in Dade County to fight polio and provide
treatment for those stricken, it is your privileqe
as well as your duty, to help prevent future
epidemics of the dread malady by opening your
hearts and purses and making generous dona-
tions thankful that you have the opportunity
to purchase such cheap health insurance for
your own children.
Money contributed last year to the March of
Dimes was used to purchase equipment for the
polio ward at Jackson Memorial Hospital and to
employ the best doctors to treat stricken children.
Many lives were saved.
Your childrenall childrenare in danger
of being suddenly stricken by this dreadful
malady. As the friendship train speeds through
America to help the hungry of foreign lands, let
friendship thought speed through your mind. Mail
as much as you can spare to the March of
Dimes, Miami.
There is no budget for your heart-throbs. And
there is no budget for polio. The disease strikes
swiftly, silentlyeating away nerves, wasting
muscles, maiming limbs, taking lives. Polio is the
world's worst crippler. Go to war against itfor
the sake of your children.
During the five years that the polio ward has
been operated at Jackson Memorial, 381 patients
have been treated. Most of them went home, after
treatment, and resumed normal livesable again
to run and skate and ride bicycles. There are a
dozen or more patients in the ward today whose
only hope to walk again is the generosity of a
thankful public. Don't let them go through life on
braceshelp them to walk again.
en strive to bring about the physical and spiritual
well-being which the children have lost. The
Mizrachi Women, however, believe that to do
this the children must be taught the ancient and
eternal values of Judaism.
M zrachi Women realize that the establish-
ment of the future Jewish State in Palestine will
necessitate an expanded program on their part
in behalf of the thousands of children who will
certainly immigrate to the Holy Land, has em-
barked on an all-out campaign to that end.
a
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
PALESTINE SCENE:
Watch the month of February
. This will be the decisive
month in Palestine The Jew-
ish position can either bo
strengthened considerably or im-
measurably weakened durinj
month It ail depends on
whether Britain complies with
the U N decision and withdraws
in February from a port area in
the section of Palestine designated
to be a part of the Jewish State
... If Britain withdraws, the
port areapresumably Tel Aviv
would be opened for Jewish
immigration, thus bringing new
manpower into the country .
Arms and munitions could then
also reach the Jews freely
through the Jewish-controlled
port The question of "illegal"
Jewish immigration would cease
to exist ... On the other hand,
if Britain chooses not to comply
with the U.N. decision and con-
tinues to bottle up the Tel Aviv
port area even after February
1st. the Jewish defense forces
might suffer greatly And
the Arabs will | the
British action as an encourage-
ment m their fight against thi
United Nations partition decision
. Some members of the U N
Implementation Commission seem
to display uncertainty as to
whether the partition decision
can be carried out if Arab-Jew-
ish clashes ..ntinue At least
one of the five membersrepre-
senting a European countrydid
not hesitate to indicate his feel-
ings .He believes that one
of the pi 5! is that in the
coming months the Jews and the
Arabs will show themselves im-
mature and not ready for inde-
pendence In this cast
thinks, it would be the duty of
the Implement..: n Con n ttee :
ropor: to the U \ G< n< ral As-
sembly that the pa I i
practicable an I ask the As-
sembly to act accordingly
DOMESTIC NOTES:
The question of whether the
B'rith will join the Amer-
ican Jewish Assembly will i,
cided on February 1st in N, a
York A meeting of B'na:
B'rith leaders is being held on
'that day to discuss the :,
|mendations of the Chicago gather-
: the American Jewish Con-
ference which gave birth to the
Assembly plan The h
: tlH American Jewish Commit-
tee, written by a well-known
American author, is now m print
The volume will appear just
in time for the 41st annual meet-
'. the organization which is
:> take place in New Yo:
Jan 18 Believe it or not. but
the quantity of merchandise in
J.D.C. warehouses in New
V. rk is sufficient to open a de-
partment store of no small size
. An average of two shi
day are leaving the VS. for
I Europe with J.DC. cargo for dis-
I tnbution among needy Jeu
There are at least 2.500 persons
on tin stafl of the J.D.C. in va-
rious unt ies, about ten per-
cent of whom are A
In the United States, the J.D.C
staff exi i i- 200 11 s ns [f
you want an idea I : i J.D.C.
ration work- a m re-
nd r< nstruction tivitii
it will be sufficient to say that
nanent
if the
J.D.C during '.947 Of t
11.000 Jews i
Palestine under the regular
12.000 cam, :
United States, and
000 l". Latin A
\ ..
in knowing that the J.D.C
' : :s I the i i
1 -; 000 -
es 1 the US
: pu
the War Assets A
tion.
I iiianu-l-l Dinner
am- Sundav
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Prelimin
din-
ner-dance I Tempi, E
'"led for 6 p.m. Suna
entine's Bar of v
Chairman Sol Me,
revealed today.
In addition to a special d
persons attending the ever.:
dancing and an
iioor show. An extra -
oi entertainment will supplement
the usual Bar ^ ent
thir a,e StiU ava
the dinner-dance and purer,
iFrid
>*riaa>. Meyerson
Educator Guest On
Jewish Events Broadcast
Abram P. Cannes, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be guest speaker
over WMBM at 4 p.m. today on
the Jewish events broadcast now
being presented by Miss Jannette
Tupler. Mr. Cannes will discuss
the activities, pi ijects and func-
tions of the Bureau
Miss Tuple:- conducts her pro-
4 p.m. Monday through
day, offering interviews
witn : ivic leaders, Pales-
:. and Hebrew folk music.
announcements of local clubs and
dramatic
I Jewish prose
and p letry,
tizes Jewish
' : children
very Sui lay on the
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U. Symphony Concert
Syi phony
ibscription con-
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Hear Rabbi
"An Analysis of Some Current
Jewish Problems" was presented
by Rabbi Colman Zwitman of
Temple Israel at the third of a
series of educational-social gath-
erings sponsored jointly by two
Zionist youth groupsthe Great-
er Miami Chapter of Junior Ha-
h and Masada.
The two organizations met
Tuesday, Jan. 13, in the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Jandon Schwarz.
2225 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Selma Lewis, chairman,
was assisted by Bernice Dogoloff,
Seymour Hinkes, Abe Schaffer
and Sonia Zarac.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948
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PAGE HVE
golden Wedding
For Wallersteins
One of the most beautiful af-
fairs ever held in Augusta took
place Friday night, January 2, at
the Sheraton Bon Air Ball Room
,n honor of the Golden Wedding
Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Wallerstein of Miami.
A traditional wedding cere-
mony, with the daughters as
ination and maid of honor, and
granddaughters as bridesmaids
and flower girls, was followed
with a brilliant dinner-dance giv-
,, by the couple's two daughters
Mrs. N. N. Bernstein of Miami,
and Mrs. Israel D. Shapiro of
Augusta.
The ballroom was a fairyland
0f gold draperies, vases, and
flowers, as scores of out-of-own
guests were greeted by the cou-
ple's sons-in-law, N. N. Bernstein
and Israel Shapiro.
Mrs Wallerstein wore the same
bronze chiffon dress worn by her
mother on her Golden Anni-
versary. 26 years ago. She carried
a small gold and white Bible and
..ds.
Mrs. Bernstein, matron of honor
and older daughter, wore a long
aqua and gold dinner gown, while
Shapiro wore a gold lame
dinner dress with dropped should-
Both daughters wore three
strands of exquisitely matched
pearls, a gift from their parents
on this occasion. .
Bridesmaids were Dolores Joy
and Gloria Joan Shapiro. Leah
Joyce Shapiro, youngest grand-
daughter and sister of the brides-
maid \ threw tiny gold leaves be-
fore her grandmother.
Mi Wallerstein was escorted
by her oldest brother, Joe Levine
of l.aPorte, Ind. Best man was
Mr Wallerstein's youngest bro-
thi Maurice Wallerstein of
Baltimore, and groomsman was
Rob :: O. Bernstein, oldest grand-
son Tiny Joseph Lee Shapiro, in
full dress, bore the double rings
(or the ceremony performed by
Rabbi Jos. Buchler.
K ry member of the immedi-
ily was presentchildren.
grandchildren and every brother
and sister of both bride and
>m Mrs. Wallerstein's young-
ither, Isadore Levine. of
LaP rte, Ind., was master of cerc-
monies.
Board To Meet
d members of the Miami
. Chapter of B'nai B'rith
ri will meet Thursday. Jan-
15th at 1 o'clock at the home
of their first vice president. Mrs.
Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm
Ave., Miami Beach.
AT arTM THEATRES
Dunninger, Mental Wizard, Appears
Tuesday as Guest B'nai B'rith Women
Dunninger, the famous tele-
patrist of radio and stage fame,
will give a program of his tele-
pathic demonstrations and audi-
ence thought-reading in Miami,
January 20 at 8:30 p.m. in a
benefit performance for the Mi-
ami women's Chapter B'nai B'rith.
Dunninger
The master mind stated recently
his belief that "the stage of con-
sciousness that lies somewhere
between wakefulness and actual
slumber" is especially susceptible
to telepathic impressions.
During his many radio broad-
casts the mentalist has achieved
such seemingly impossible results
as conducting a "mental treasure
hunt" as opening a safe by tele-
pathy, breaking a glass by con-
centration, describing the con-
tents of a locked and sealed box
and many other unheard-of feats.
He has also projected his
thoughts to others in the studio
and has sent thought waves out
over the radio which a remark-
able percentage of his listeners
receive dand sent into the net-
work by mail. He has also re-
ceived messages from members
of his listening audience miles
away. All of his studio experi-
ments were conducted under the
watchful eyes of a committee of
prominent individuals acting as
guest judes, and these celebrities
have attested to the authenticity G>-
of his experiments.
Dunninger will appear in per-
son at the Municipal Auditorium.
Bayfront Park in a two hour per-
formance. Tickets are priced at
$1.50. $2.00, $2.50 plus federal
tax and are for sale at all down-
town stores. Further information
is directed to B'nai B'rith, 3-6306.
Miami management of Dunninger
is under Ruth Brotman.
Discussing final plans for the Dunninger presentations by the
Miami Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith next Tuesday are: Mrs.
Harry Gordon, general chairman, Mrs. John Kronenfeld (seated),
with Mrs. Milton Friedman and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, committee
members.
Stein Appoints
Division Heads
Scenes At Federation Budget Conference
Joseph R. Stein, general chair-
man of the 1948 combined Jewish
Appeal, has scheduled a series of
meetings for all leaders and di-
visions for tho forth coming
$1,489,925 drive
Mr. Stein announced the or-
ganizational phase of the cam-
paign had been completed with
the selection of the following top
leadership:
Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Max Orovitz, co-
chairmen.
Shepard Broad. Harry Corn-
blum. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Sam Friedland, Benjamin Kane,
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs.
Mathilda Ratner, Joseph Richter.
Monte Selig. Arthur Ungar and
Carl Weinkle, vice chairmen.
Moses Ginsberg, treasurer.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Max
Shapiro, rabbinical representa-
tives.
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor.
Sam Blank and Max Orovitz.
co-chairmen, initial gift unit.
Wm. D. Singer and Abe Good-
man, co-chairmen, special as-
signment unit.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman;
E. Max Goldstein and Herbert E.
Scher. co-chairmen, trades unit.
Marcie Liberman. chairman;
living Frankel. Joe Gardner and
Sam Lachman, co-chairmen, ho-
tels unit.
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, chair-
man; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs
Louis Glasser and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, co-chairmen, women's gift
unit.
George Chertkof, chairman;
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, co-chairmen,
metropolitan unit.
Fred Grossberg and Lawrence
Singer, co-chairmen, young adult
unit.
Abe Gannes, chairman, youth
unit.
Chairmen of the non-solicita-
tion units are: speakers, Mrs.
Max Dobrin; rating, Sidney Lef-
court and Harry Blumin; ar-
rangements, Mrs. Sol Leslie and
Mrs. Herbert E. Scher; volun-
teers, Mrs. Leonard Wien and
Mrs. John Temple and publicity.
Jack Ablin, chairman; David
Phillips and Jack Dubinksy, co-
chairmen, winter residents unit.
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PAGE SIX
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FRIDAY, JANUARY IS. 1943
OFF THE RECORD
ATTENTION: DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVR .
What about a Zionist leader of great prestige assuming
publicly the moral or actual blame for shipping TNT to Pales-
tine? ... It is high time to reverse the tables The incumbent
Jewish state is being snarled if not suffocated in endless red
tape, obstructionism and rank sabotage Not only in London,
Jerusalem but also in Washington The British have trained
Arab troops in Irag and Transjordan and armed them ... In
Palestine they are not neutral but the allies of the Arabs .
They continue to disarm members of Haganah ... But not the
Arabs ... In the Old City of Jerusalem 2,000 Jews are prison-
ers .. They are not allowed to leave The U.N. decision
in favor of partition was promptly followed by a U.S. embargo
against shipping arms to Palestine This embargo is being
enforced against Jew and Arab alike Without arms the
Jewish state has no chance in its battle against the hostile Arab
world Are the British free to supply the Arabs with arms
while the U.S. is withholding same from the Jews? And are
American Jews to look on indifferently while their brethren are
being assassinated? What American court would condemn
men who for the loftiest reasons came to the help of Palestine
Jewry? We would like to hear the voice of Dr. Silver or Dr.
Wise in the courtroom They would tear the mask from
those high officials who voted for the Jewish state but the very
next day committed an hostile act against the unborn state .
It would turn into a cause celebre and rouse public opinion
against the malice and hypocrisy which are being practiced
unashamedly against our people ... In his Cleveland farewell
sermon, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver severely criticized the Truman
Doctrine and the Marshall Plan This will come as a surprise
to those who freguently end wrongly termed him a reactionary
... He is much closer to politics as advocated by Wallace than
is commonly known Much closer also to Dr. Sneh than is
perhaps realized ... In the meantime, detailed reports have
reached this country regarding the policies advocated by Dr.
Sneh ... He wants the Zionist Organization to be neutral as
between the Western bloc and Russia ... He does not want
the Z.O. to give preference to either .
A COLUMNIST'S DELIGHT .
U. of Miami Offers
Hebrew Courses
Gerald L. K. Smith ;s headed for real trouble ... As we
predicted in this column over eight weeks ago America's most
notorious rabble rouser and anti-Semite is to have his financial
sources exposed The financial "leuk" resulted from a fight
over money matters between Smith and the equally contempti-
ble Father Terminello Terminello has done some talking
... In fact, he has talked so loud and so volubly that what he
said has reached the ears of investigators for the House Un-
American Activities Committee ... If the frantic efforts now
on hand to patch up the Smith-Terminello feud fail there will
be fireworks when Smith appears before the committee ... Its
investigators are on the trail of a mysterious and sensational
document ... A reliable informant tells us the document may
be a "shafe-the-profits-from-propaganda" agreement among
certain of America's hate-and-race mongers Smith and his
publicity men are planning to make the hearings a forum for
the dissemination of anti-Semitic propaganda ... He has en-
gaged a number of slick press agents to wring as much publici-
ty as possible from the hearings .
With the inti iductii n ol He-
brew m the evening division, thr
University of Miami will joii
hundred othei universities ind
colleges that offer courses in He-
brew, and accept He
entrance redi1 Ai
the outstanding univers
ferine Hebrew courses are
vard, Vale. Columbia, John
kins. New York University, Si in-
ford U., Duke U., Brown U and
: I Hebi
taught at Harvs mnd-
ing in the year 1636
"Today Hebrew ily tbe
language of theologians and
scholars, but is the spoken lan-
guage of over one million people.
It is a modern language in 1
sen.--' of III. word, and one of the
official languages ol Palestine to-
day. The Hebrew University on
Mt. Scopus, wiiere all instruction
is conducted in the Hebrew lan-
guage, is the symbol of the
vival of Hebrew as a m
language," A. P. Gannes instruc-
tor, related.
The course in Hebrew at the
University of Miami will be con-
ducted on Tuesday and Thursday
evenings 7:15 8:30 p.m. i>>
ning February 10. It will
thn e ci edit < i i
Registration will take place
February 3 to February 6 (7 pm-
9:30 p.m.) and February 7 (8:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m.) in the Adminis-
n Building. Mam Campus.
The Charles A. Ratner Me-
morial Scholarship of the Bureau
of Jewish Education is offering
seven tuition fee scholarships for
this course to college students
interested in Hebrew.
Application forms may be ob-
writing or phonmg the
a of Jewish Education. 318
Cimgress Building, Miami 3-5858.
MRS E. ALLEN BECKER
of 5565 LaGorcc Drive, Miami
tan of the bazaar
comm tree of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs
Bee'.. chairman of the
Temple's Xurscry school.
Beth Sholom Bazaar
To Open January 21
"Colossa!" the word used by
Mrs. E. Allen Becker, chairman
of the bazaar committee of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, in
describing the merchandise re-
ceived at two bazaar-gift show-
ers held recently by the Sister-
hood.
Chairmen of the various booths
are also enthusiastic about the
wares they will have to sell when
the bazaar opens January 21.
Admission to a dessert lunch-
eon held at the Temple Jan 7th,
was a gift to be sold at the
bazaar.
"The response has been over-
whelming," Mrs. Becker declared
after the luncheon. "Our store-
room is now bulging with the
most exciting array of all sorts
.if merchandise which will go on
sale promptly at 11 a.m. on the
morning of January 21 in the
Temple Patio. There'll also be
provisions for serving lunch and
tea and supper, so that our pa-
trons will be able to come and
bring their families as well."
In addition to 31 chairmen for
various booths, Mrs. Becker is
being assisted by Mrs. Charles
Tobin. who is co-chairman and
Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. Joseph
Fenias and Mrs. David Phillips,
bazaar advisors. .
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FHIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948
Rabbi Receives
Xew Chewy
One hears occasionally that a
congregation has presented a car
to its Rabbi, but Rabbi and Mrs.
Colman A. Zwitman's eighth
wedding anniversary may be the
first time on record that such a
gesture was made by an indi-
vidual. The gift of a Chevrolet
Convertible was presented to the
Rapbi and his wife by Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Luby.
The occasion was a surprise
party (really a surprise) that be-
gan at the conclusion of the reg-
ular Friday evening services,
whefl Max Holtsberg congratu-
lated the 600 women in the con-
gregation who were able to keep
a secret by not divulging to the
Rabbi and his wife the plans for
the surprise anniversary party."
Mr Holtsberg also introduced
,, ^al visiting Rabbis.
A gift from the Sisterhood was
presented by Mrs. Isaac Levin,
Sisterhood president. Jerome
Cohen, Men's Club president,
ted the Brotherhood gift,
and Harris Klein, the Youth
Group gift. Mrs. Harry V. Simons
was chairman of arrangements for
the party.
Rabbi Zwitman responded on
behalf of himself and his wife
and expressed gracious thanks to
the entire Temple family.
+Jewlst fhridttain
PAGE SEVEN
Baeck Termed Living Symbol of Judaism
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"Truly saintly" is a term that
may apply to Dr. Leo Baeck, and
in the words of Tennyson, "Not
violate the bond of like to like."
Dr. Baeck has been character-
ized as a living symbol of the
historic tradition of the Jewish
faith over pagan crassness.
Although imprisoned on five
different occasions during the
Hitler regime, his prophetic voice
was not stilled by fear, nor
silenced by deathdespite the
fact that he spent over two years
in a Nazi prison camp at There-
sienstadt.
On his 10,000-mile American
tour, which will take him to 12 of
the principal cities in the U.S.,
the first to be Miami, Dr. Baeck
is bringing to the U.S. his faith
in the indestructibility of Ju-
daism.
At the Lord Tarleton Hotel
press conference, and later, dur-
ing our luncheon chat, he spoke
of Germany, Palestine and Eng-
land, and my mind reached back
almost two decades. To my in-
quiry about certain landmarks in
Berlin and London, he answered,
"Totally destroyed, nothing but
rubble."
As to Palestine, which Dr.
I Baeck visited during the summer
of 1947, his eyes glowed, new
vigor emanated from his entire
being, in answering my questions
regarding the places which I had
visited in the Holy Land.
Relative to the Jews and the
Arabs, stated Dr. Baeck, indi-
vidually the best of relations
existed between them, and upon
withdrawal of British troops,
peace will prevail. Otherwise,
Haganah is prepared to take
action to suppress all terrorism.
Dr. Baeck was the guest of
honor at a dinner tendered to
him at Hotel Richter. More than
250 attended. Rabbi Jonah B.
Wise of New York was one of
the guest speakers.
Dr. Baeck will speak at Temple
Israel tonight. The local com-
mittee of arrangements consists,
of Ben W. Slote, general chair-
man, Edmund I. Kaufmann,
honorary chairman, 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.
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411 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2410 Miami Beach
We Also Cater to Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Banquets

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JOE E. LEWIS
Austin Mack at the Piano
MARILYN MAXWELL
M.G.M. Singing Star
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.JACK COLE
With His Jack Cole Dancers
Kent Edwards-Laura Corbay^-Martha Burnett-Mavis M.ms
Henry Basso and His Orchestra
"pi CAMPO AND HIS LATIN AMERICAN ORCHESTRA
30 Most Beautiful Girls
DINNER PRESENTATIONS 9 AND 12:30 SUPPER
All Meats Blue Ribbon Stock Popular Pnce
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16th and the Ocean
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Dinner Music by Rudy Baum
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HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG
Traditional Friday Night Dinners
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Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners ai Same Popular Prices
THE
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DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P. M.
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146 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
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I nil Course Dinners
Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet
Music Phone 5-66S1
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 19^
daughter. Rosalie Diane, to Merle
Irwin Sidle, son of Mr. and Mrs
Rosalie d. Kotkin Personally Speaking...
Engaged To Wed and ^ ^ Rozansky and *%d^J*
M: and Mrs. Harrv Kotkin of Waghington. D. C, are stopping at the Kent Hotel. Miami Beacn.
1344 S.W. 17th Ter.. have an- Rozansky is the former Edna Schoenield.
nounced the engagement of their *
Dr. Leo Baeck. visiting president of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism, is stopping at the E Morocco Hotel. Miami
Beach, where he is the guest the of Mr. and Mrs. George Sachs.
owners of the hotel.
* *
Miss Grace Pollack sister of Nat Pollack, will spend a .ew
weeks here as houseguest of her brother and his family at .oU
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Pollack arrived from New
York City on Jan. 2nd. Pollack is well known through his activi-
ties as commander of the Miami Amvets organization.
-K *
Harold Shapiro, attorney, has returned to Miami Beach,
after spending the holidays with his family in Milwaukee, Wu.
Accompanying him on the return trip was his mother, Mrs. F.
Shapiro, who intends to remain here for an indefinite stay.
* *
Theresa Cohen. 2220 S.W. 19th Ter.. left last week for a
three weeks' vacation in the north. Her first stop will be in
Pittsburgh where she will attend the wedding of a former college-
mate. From there Theresa will visit in New York City, stopping
in Baltimore on her return trip to Miami.
* *
Cecil Myers, was the guest of honor at a family dinner
Monday nigh: tendered in the home of his son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, on the occasion of his
70th birthday. Following the celebration at their home the
and M i C n- family were the guests of Jake Sher, at the West Flagler Kennel
Club.'
-* *
A daughter, Sharon Joy. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Bucr.er o! 2040 S.W. 20th St., Miami, at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
* *
Mrs. Joe Goldstein, accompanied by her son Bernard, of
Galcx. Virginia, has arrived in Miami for a short stay. Mrs.
' Goldstein is the daughter of Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 2323 S.W. 21st
Ave., and sister of Mrs. George Chertkof. Bernard will remain
with his grandmother in Miami where he will atttend school.
: 6th.
M:ai
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xperiei
Cropper Herkowit* Engagement
Ros K tkin
Samue! S Sidle : ::26 S.W. 8th
St.
Miss Kotkin w -
rvato: : M
Mr S of thi
Riverside Miht A ; an 1
served three years in the U.S.
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X.C.J.W. To Hear
Speakers. Panel
Mr and Mrs. Jack Cropper of
2615 S W. 18th St.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
e, to Harold Berkowitz, son
: Mr and Mrs. Phil Berkowitz.
701 S.W 27th Rd.
Miss Gropper is a graduate of
i Senior High School.
Formerlv employed by the United
Naval Ail Base as Opa-
now with the Vet-
ition of Miami.
Mr. Berkowitz. also a graduate
of Miami Senior High, attended
Georgia Military Academy. He is
t. th A & B Pipe
and Steel C impany.
No date has been set for the
wedding, which will take place
in earlv summer.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, honoring the memory of their
son Victor will again play hosts to HJAS at their tenth annual
dinner, sponsored locally by the People's Tourist Committee,
with Joseph L. Tepper as chairman. The affair will take place
February 3rd.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Griff of Wynnheld. Philadelphia, are
1 ifternoon'i staying at the Versailles for a few weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kaufman of 331 W. 28th St.. Miami Beach
have their brother-in-law Boris Rafalovich of Canada as their
house guest. Mrs. Charlotte Fcrber oi Miami gave a dinner in
hor.or c: Bens Rafalovich.
* *
Visiting at the home of Rcbbi and Mrs. Simon April are
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumen-
tha! of Savannah, Georgia.
* *
Miss Charlotte Besvinick. Hollywood, California, is visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Besvinick, 4011 Prairie Ave., Miami
Beccn for a tsw weeks. During her stay here a family reunion
celebrating the anniversary of her parents, will take place
* *
Mrs. Jacob Parness, of Detroit, arrived here this week to
spend several weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Feldman, 241 S.W. 51st PI.
\JfZ Carl, w2>u,e2120 sw-21st Ten-has as a *!.
; guest, her sister. Mrs. Sam Cooley, of Savannah. Ga.
Fashion Show Features
Temple Israel Students
Stage settings are ready, prop-
erties and ensembles in order,
special lighting effects and music
arranged, for a fashion show.
"The Children's Hour." to be
presented at Kaplan Hall, Sun-
day afternoon at 3 30. under spon-
lip of Temple Israel Sister-
h .1.
Id models, volunteers stu-
lents of the Temple's Religious
school, will appear in a series of
scenes describing their activities
in a typical school day. Mrs Reba
Engler Epstein will act as com-
ment.."
Committee members include
Mrs. Henry E Wolff and Mrs.
rt Gordon, co-chairmen: Mrs.
J Ailer. music. Mrs. Hyman
Kaplan. Mis William Lehman,
and Mrs A. A. Green, clothes;
Mrs. Maurice Serotta. publicity;
Mrs. Alvin Richter and Mrs. Leo
Stein, scene desiging and prop-
erties: Mrs. Robert Marks, tickets
and programs: Mrs. Bernard
Wall, lighting and sound effects
The Miami Beach Business
and Professional Group of Ha-
dassah will sponsor a gam**
party at the Atlantis Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach, on Jan. 26. Admis-
sion is S2.
Top Price Paid for
MEN'S USED CLOTHING
AL 'S
432 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-3213
quest. We Best
te Our
.
and Free Ei 1 Mrs
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3rd Fridays f eai
The
12:30 pm Ladies d
ry N
Schiff 5-191 : Mrs A
6-2355.
Workmen's Circle Branch
Sign New Charter
The Club Everglades. Youth
Branch 1050, Workmen's Circle,
will convene Monday night. Jan-
uary 19th. in their building at
1545 S.W. 3rd St.. Miami, at 8
p.m. Signing of their new charter,
providing the group with all
privileges and advantages of
membership in Workmen's Cir-
cle, will take place during the
meeting.
RUTH GROSS AGENCY
Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-9538
350 LINCOLN ROAD
ORKIN. rrre
ROACH
CONTROL
n
H
Compleit
TERMITE CONTROL
Bonded Guarantee
Phone 3-4848
449 W. Flagler St.
TI ,
r>
ORKIN
L COMPLETE PSf*COTm^
New Year's Engagement
On New Years Eve. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Drosd. 2408 S.W 23rd
St.. announced the engagement of
daughter Jacquelynn to
Herbert Jordan, son of Mr. and
Mrs Benjamin Jacobowitz of New
Y rk City.
The couple met while attend-
ing the Parson School of Design.
New York, where Mr. Jordan
will graduate in June. In Miami,
Miss Drosd has been an active
figure in Jr Hadassah Mr. Jor-
dan served 3>: years in France
and Italy with the Army Medica'
Corps.
The wedding is planned for
early summer.
HAULING
None Too Lirgt or Too Smi
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
Dr. Max I. Tendrich
Dentist
Announces the opening of an
additional office at
2190 S. W. 16th Street
Also Erening Appointments
Phone 3-9956
THE
Holland
Inn
4760 N.W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 7-748
Chef Special
DUTCH STEAK -- ^
SANDWICH OO V
DAILY BLUE Q
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Open 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P )
BREAKFAST 8 to 12 Noon
SandwichesBeerWine
Soft Drinks
Under th* Personal Supervii : '*
C. f. JERNIQAN
Owner
BUCK'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET
WHOLESALE b BETAIL EGGS FRESH DAILY
,,, "SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"
2218 N. W. 2nd Are. CALL 9-9940
^OGUfST BROS kv
is f /11 n \ 1 1
Miami
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P"pired Correctly by
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
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SS2 ttS 3SS, ik-Slfc %i not., gj. m
MIAMI BEACH
Setter CUss Listings On
Oeeenfront Properties, Hetelt.
Homee ar Investment*
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06 Lincoln PIC Phc-e l.|Ma
"Trustworthy If t"
Quality 9ood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO, he.
If* M. W. T* MmSJT
LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES Co.
Excluiive Distributors of
Monischewiti & Rokeach Product.
lit P ^0Ui" Groat8 lamaz Korf Meat.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948
~^^^B
Conference of Women's Organizations
Announces Quarterly Meeting Jan. 22
The Conference of Jewish Worn- Jewish Community and is the
'Jewlstt rkrkJton
PAGE NINE
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en's Organizations of Dade Coun-
ty, will hold its next meeting at
Temple Beth Sholom at Miami
Beach, on Thursday January 22
at 10 o'clock in the morning for
an all day session. The meeting
is for officers, delegates and al-
ternates appointed by the presi-
dents of the twenty-nine organ-
izations of women's organizations
in Dade county that are affiliated
with the Conference.
This is the second meeting of
this organization which meets
this organicnuii -,.-,. inrcu caienaar cnairman; and 1
only every three months to dis- registrar; Mrs. John
cuss matters of interest to the Levin, parliamentarian.
coordinating agency for work of
Jewish Women in civic projects
affecting all of the residents in
Dade County.
The officers of the Conference
of Jewish Women's Organization
are Mrs. Benjamin Brenner Mey-
ers, president; Mrs. Sidney L.
Weintraub, vice president; Mrs.
Louis Glasser, vice president;
Clementine Kemp, recording
secy.; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, corres.
secy.; Mrs. Irving Lehrman. treas-
urer; Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein,
calendar chairman; and Mrs. Isaac
John Temple,
Ilceives Ring
Ferdinand Phillips chose the
ninth of January to present Miss
Bernyee (Bunny) Badanes with
her engagement ring.
A native Miamian, and daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Badanes, 126 S.W. 9th Ave., Miss
Badanes graduated from Miami
Senior High School, and attended
the University of Miami, where
she pledged Iota Alpha Pi soror-
ity.
A live in social circles for many
years, the bride-elect served as
Auxiliary Sponsors
Dinner Dance
Sophie Tucker will head the
all-star cast when the Miami
Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged sponsors its
first dinner-dance at the Beach-
Bernyce Badanes
lent of the B.Z.B. Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Girls, and is past
president of the DEBBS Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Young Women, of
which she is now a councillor.
She is also a member of the
G r Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah.
Mr Phillips, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Harvey Phillips, 1023
Len x Ave., Miami Beach, attend-
ed schools in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hi : ved four years with the
Army Air Forces, two of which
were spent in Europe.
B'nai B'rith Women
To Initiate Tuesday
In:tiation ceremonies will high-
light the January meeting of the
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women when they gather
at the new Miami Beach Y.M. &
W.H.A. for their first meeting
Jewish center, at 1 o'clock,
Tuesday, January 20th.
Mrs. Irving Becker, 3rd vice
president of District No. 5 will
conduct the candle-lighting cere-
monies formally initiating new
members into the group.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
Removed by MultlpU Electric
Needle, and Radio Matlo. The only
'e and permanent methode.
Franoea
A H N
F r ada
L I M A N
1431 Waahlngton Ave., M. Beach
Phone 58-9520 ____
K
K
Mrs. Mollie Schuman
comber, Sunday, Jan. 18 at 6 p.m.
Proceeds will be used for main-
tenance of the residents of the
Miami home.
Mrs. Mollie Schuman, chairman
of the dinner, will be assisted by
Mrs. Robert Greenberg, co-chair-
man, Miss Clara Goldenberg and
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, chairmen
of dinner reservations.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry is presi-
dent of the auxiliary.
Hebrew Academy
Plans Dedication
Dedication services for the
newly established Hebrew Aca-
demy at Jefferson Ave. and 6th
St., Miami Beach, will be held
during the early part of Feb-
ruary.
The ceremonies will include
specially arranged and prepared
activities during the entire week
preceding the formal dedication.
A concert, dramatic presentation,
symposium, and various other
events have been scheduled for
different nights of the dedication
week.
Prominent civic and spiritual
leaders and educators of both
local and national organizations,
will participate in the dedication
services. These services will mark
the first anniversary of the
launching of the Hebrew Aca-
demy as a formal organization.
FOR YOUR
PAINTING
NEEDS _____
L. J. BOGNER
PHONE I-M61
i. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Conore Bldg.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 34666
Chicago Club
Offers Cabaret
Martha Raye will head the list
of stars when the Chicago Club
of Greater Miami presents its
first annual cabaret party, Sun-
day evening, January 25. The
place is the Latin Quarter, on
Palm Island, Miami Beach. Din-
ner will served at 6:30.
Other celebs include Les Com-
pagnons de la Chanson, scheduled
for their first American cafe ap-
pearance, Wendy Bishop, Don
Saxon, "The Debonairs," Jack
Stanton, Patricia Wymore, Joh-
anna Daly, Marion Richards, and
"Tho Del Rios." The Wally Wan-
ger Lovelies with the orchestra
under direction of Charles Shay,
who will also play for dancing
are among other elaborate pre-
sentations.
Maurice C. Cohn, party chair-
man, urges Chicago Clubbers and
friends to send in their reserva-
tions immediately. The subscrip-
tion of $7.50 per person includes
tax. Checks may be sent to Cohn
at 297 N. Hibiscus Drive, Hibis-
cus Island, Miami Beach, Phone
58-3632. Associates who will also
take reservations are Dr. M. I.
Edelman, 5-7694, Mrs. B. Strauss,
5-7633, Mrs. Faye Tupler, 5-7330.
Mrs. C. Levy, 48-4292, and
Mrs. E. Waxman, 1610 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach.
Reva Romer Engaged
To Detroit Man
Harry Romer of Miami, former-
ly of Detroit, announces the en-
gagement of his daughter, Reva,
to Symand Ralph Gottlieb, son
Sorority To Hold
Aquacade, Dance
Rho chapter of Iota Alpha Pi
sorority of the University of Mi-
ami will hold its second annual
water aquacade, "Water Won-
ders," tomorrow evening, Jan-
uary 17, at the Shore Club, 20th
St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach
The affair will feature promin-
ent swimmers from the Miami
area, specialty acts presented by
the pupils of Ralph Smith, a
swim meet with candidates from
every sorority and fraternity on
campus, and a dance.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door at $1.20 per person. Pro-
ceeds will be donated to the
Campus Charity Chest.
Sisterhood Luncheon To
Feature Nite Club Stars
Entertainers from the Beach-
comber show and other night
clubs will appear at a gala lunch-
eon to be given by Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood at the Beach-
comber, Wednesday, February 18,
at 12:30 p.m.
This affair will be the fourth
annual Sisterhood Luncheon, ac-
cording to Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
president, who has named Mrs.
Murray Maurer chairman of the
day. Copies of the Sisterhood's
calendar journal will be given as
souvenirs to those attending.
Reservations are $10, and may
be made through Mrs. Maurer
and Mrs. Ben Seidler, chairman
of the reservations committee.
Reva Romer
of Mr. and Mrs. David Gottlieb
of Detroit.
Miss Romer is a graduate of
Wayne University in Detroit, and
during 1945 and 1946 was affili-
ated with the Y.M. & W.H.H.'s
of Miami and Miami Beach as
arts and crafts instructor.
A graduate of the University of
Michigan, Mr. Gottlieb is now at-
tending the University of Mich-
igan Law School. He was former-
ly a member of the paratroopers
stationed in the Philippines.
The wedding is planned for
early summer.
Social Counseller To
Discuss Public Schools
Leo Pfeffer, counseller on social
problems, will review his book-
let, "Religion in the Public
Schools," at a special board meet-
ing on the Miami Beach Chapter
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress.
The meeting will be held at
1.30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 20, in
the home of Mrs. Joseph Ber-
man, 151 89th St., Surfside. Mrs.
Frederick Grossberg, chairman of
the law and social action com-
mittee, will present the speaker.
Following the speaker, Mrs.
Clarence Cohn, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, will lead
a general discussion of the test
case briefed by Mr. Pfeffer. The
case, now before the U.S. Su-
preme Court, challenges as un-
constitutional and as a source of
friction the practice of public
schools which use regular class
time for sectarian religious train-
ing.
B'nai HVil li
Girls To Meet
A newly organized B'nai B'rith
girl's chapter will hold their first
meeting on Sunday, 2:30 p.m.
January 18th, at the home of
Miss Judy Krensky, 4955 Dela-
ware Ave., Miami Beach, it has
been announced by Miss Betty
Ann Weintrub, temporary ad-
visor.
Admission to the meeting will
be by presentation of crayons,
pencils and other art materials
AUTO LOCK AND
HARDWARE
SPEEDOMETER
SERVICE
SUPPLIES SERVICE
WINDSHIELD WIPER
SERVICE
(Plenty of parkin* in rt*r)
1804 N. ft tod AVE.
Phone 04144
and toys which will be sent to
European children.
Miss Joan Terman is temporary
president.
Mrs. Seymour Steinberg,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goodman. 4451 S.W. 5th
Terr., who was married Sunday
in the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, at candlelight cere-
monies, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating.
POSITION WANTED
Middle-aged lady with hospital
experience wishes position as
companion or child's nurse.
MRS. SADIE LIEBMAN
Gen. Del., Miami Beach
STORE FOR RENT
Store for rent at 1115 S. W.
27th Ave. good for either retail
or professional. By owner at 201
S. W. 8th Ave.
Income Tax Specialist
BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS
Formerly Internal Revenue
Bureau
LOUIS B. BUSH
Ph. 5-5272 5-3662
WANTED
ROOM AND BOARD
FOR ELDERLY LADY
PREFERABLY ON BEACH
PHONE MRS. HAYES
5-6150
WILL SHARE BUNGALOW
Middle-Aged woman wishes to
share her beautiful Beach bunga-
low with couple. Season or Year-
Round.
Phone 6-3901
WANTED
Dave Singer Is being searched for
by his wife Rose since 1940. Since
that date he has failed In any way to
communicate with her. She Is ex-
tremely anxious to ascertain his
whereabouts and Intentions toward
her. He was born In England In 1SU6
and Is 5'7" weighs about 160 lbs., has
black hair and black eyes. He was a
post office clerk. Contact B. H. Weln-
gart, 55 W. 42nd St., New York 18.
BROOK CLUB
9424 Harding Avenue
ELLA LOGAN
DEAN MURPHY
Mario and Floria
MUSIC
Tel. 6-2658
JULES LANDE
LA PLAYA
Maltre cfHoJel
Manettl
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9-JenlstfkriJ/M
FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, m,
Miami Hadassah
Plans Games Party
The Business and Professional
Women's Division. Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah, will hold a
game and card party Tuesday
evening, January 27th, at the
President Hotel, 1423 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. The time is
8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Margaret Weinstein, fund-
raising chairman in charge of ar-
rangements
NOW is the time for H
men, women and children
come to the aid of those afflicted
with polio reg. "' <=e-
creed, religion or color. Res]
tors, iron lungs, hot pack
'chines, suction machines and un-
der-water therapy tubs MUST
be bought to aid tl ho are
ravaged by this te
GIVE today a little m
you can spare. Mail ;
nply to March of
. ". n
deliver it I i th< ;
Israelite Center
Plans Card Party
Plai
made at a n
lil Cenl
: : Esth*
S ''
Many boys and girls .- in-
cluding your hapi
will die from polio this ym* "n"
i","Pu> *
. n ney to
! at Jack-
The polio
t in cientific
e ti-
nea solely
lay
Correction On
Sorin Concert
The Samuel Sorin Concert
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women
scheduled for Sunday evening
February 8, will take place at
the Municipal Auditorium at Bay
Front Park, not at the Civic
Auditorium as published last
week.
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 ind 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
Th?se Lots lie inescapeably in the path of the northern trend of the development from
Miami Beach. A Han Jsonie profit to investors is thereby assured.
Plan
Your
New
HOTEL
OR
APARTMENT
ON THIS
ATTRACTIVE
SITE!
TENT SHELTER ERECTED ON E^ROPERTY. IX CASE OF RAIN
DIRECTIONS: Follow Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, north, to property
SALE CONDUCTED OX PROPERTY UXDER THE B \I I OON'
FOR BAYVIEW POINT DEVELOPMENT CO
FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL
Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co., Selling Aoents
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKFP 9 *
CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-8981 ^AML FLORIDA
ATTENTION ALL REAL ESTATE BROKERS'
We desxre and solicit your cooperation in the sale of
this property and commissions will be Daid to
on any lots sold through your efforts VU
IliBiiliiiiiHiJBiJBBIM


FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1948
larch Of Dimes
lakes Start
Plan Appeals To Pupils.
Parents, Businessmen
The 1948 Dade County March
bf Dimes campaign for fighting
,lio was off to a good start yes-
terday, under the direction of
lack Cleary and Neil J. Hayes,
vith Mrs. Claire Weintraub in
fchargc of the women's division.
Funds raised in the campaign will
), ivide scientific medical treat-
ment for those stricken by the
rippling malady.
Cli iry pointed out that $30,000
L-;is raised last year through coin
lards distributed to students. He
[ppealed to pupils of all schools
work even harder this year to
II the 60.000 cards which the
|oy Scouts distributed to them
ast week.
A free ice cream cone will be
liven tomorrow, Saturday, to
|ach of the first Dade students
vhv exhibits a coin-filled card
N ite Freeman at the Sno-
: i Palace, 216 N.E. 1st Ave.
cards will also admit holders
.!,< all star "Polio" game in
h, Orange Bowl stadium, 2:30
Sunday afternoon.
e drive continues through
he month, postmen will work on
heir days off delivering printed
|pp.,il- to every Miami business
_ erous donations to the
plio ward at Jackson Memorial
| This will save the cost
postage, and each postman will
hus d mate the equivalent of a
ull day's pay.
Appeals to Mothers
| Clear) directed a special ap-
last Saturday to Dade Coun-
m .thns to insure continuance
the polio ward at Jackson
I where any polio victim
pn ub'.,..n treatment, regardless
race, need, color, or financial
latus.
"No mother can tell when her
may be stricken,"
nd. "and maintenance of
ward is their insurance
i provide them the best
treatment that medical
m provide, in the event
stricken.
establishment of the
d, 381 patients have
treated and most of them
1 I The cost of maintain-
he ward with a staff of
'I specialists has skyrock-
during the past year and
ney will be needed this
than ever before."
To Visit Night Clubs
1 Tommy Royal, chair-
Mi the drive in Homestead.
" appear at several Miami
nl clubs next week. He will
lk'' part in a Chinese auction
the -rutehes on which he left
ward, after being a
' more than 18 months.
+Jel*tfhridltar)
PAGE ELEVEN
WHW. ALLY
J& ?/Vid S- Andron a"d
Rabbi Max Shapiro were the
main speakers at the successful
Jewish National Fund Celebra-
tion of the Pioneer Women's
Club No. 1. The affair took place
the Greater Miami Hebrew
at
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew Religiout Supplies
*r Synagogues and Private
| ue. Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-1017
Academy on Jan. 4th.
An entertaining feature of the
program was the group of Pales-
tinian songs by Cantor Jacob
Goldring, accompanied on the pi-
ano by Joseph Schreibman.
Remarks by Mrs. Lena Push-
kin and Mrs. S. Seitlin were also
received with favor."
Golden Book Certificates of the
Jewish National Fund, in honor
of outstanding service to the
group's ideals, were presented by
Rabbi Shapiro to Mrs. Lena Kap-
lan, Mrs. Sarah Feinstein, Mrs.
Sarah Schapoff. and Mrs. Minnie
Mendelsohn, all members of the
club. Announcement was also
made of a forest to be planted in
honor of Mrs. H. Seitlin. lifelong
worker for the Pioneers.
A golden Book Certificate in
memory of Emanuel Gordon, in-
scribed by his widow and chil-
dren, was also presented to the
group.
The faculty and students of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy inscribed the names of Dr.
and Mrs. David S. Andron in the
Golden Book of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund in appreciation of
their efforts for this institution
of Hebrew and secular learning.
Sefar ha'Yeled certificates in
honor of their grandchildren
were presented by Mrs. Edith
Mink, Mr. and Mrs. H. Seitlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Serota, Mrs. Mollie
Melinson, Mrs. A. Feldman and
Mrs. Dora Williams. Adinah Ruth
Stadlan was also honored with
a certificate on the occasion of
her entering the kindergarten of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy.
Pledges and cash gifts for gold-
en book inscriptions were also
made by Mrs. R. Berkowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Fredericks and the chil-
dren of Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob L.
Andron in honor of their parents'
golden wedding anniversary.
A donation of a dunam of land
was presented by Mr. and Mrs.
A. Usdansky, and David Better
donated $100 to be shared equally
by the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Mrs. J. Stalon. JNF chair-
Esi
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man, presided at the celebration.
Meeting Scheduled
The regular meeting of the
Pioneer Women's Club No. 1 will
be held on January 20, 8 p.m., at
the Beth David Talmud Torah,
135 N.W. 3rd Ave.
The cultural chairman, Mrs.
Sonia Gerbert, announces that a
Seminar will be held the follow-
ing day, January 21, at 2 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs. Rose Brodv,
1621 S.W. 11th Ter. All members
are urged to attend these im-
portant meetings.
Donor Dinner
Mrs.. Henry Seitlin, chairman,
of the donor dinner to be given
in the near future, announces
that Mrs. Rose Brody, Mrs. Ralph
Kreiger, Mrs. Sadie Minowitz,
Mrs. Sonia Fienstein and Mrs.
Mina Mendelsohn will serve with
her as co-chairman in planning
for the affair.
Harmon y Club
Dance to Feature
Entertainers
The Harmony Club of Greater
Miami announces important
changes in schedule for the en-
tertainment and dance which
they will give for benefit of
Palestine..
The affair will take place at
the Shoreham and Norman Twin
Hotels, on the ocean's edge, 5th
to 6th Sis., Miami Beach. The
date will be Saturday, Feb. 14,
at 8 p.m.
An array of entertainers who
will donate their efforts promise
an exciting evening, according to
Sydney H. Seelo, president of
the group. Henry Stupell, man-
ager of the Twin Hotels is con-
tributing the use of the hotels.
MJOC Sisterhood
Plans Card Party
Plans for a card party Satur-
day evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Bear, 2135 S.W.
11th Ter., were made when the
MJOC Sisterhood met last Wed-
nesday evening in the synagogue.
Mrs. G. T. Solinger and Mrs.
A. Sand are hostesses at the
party, which will begin at 8 p.m.
Admission is $1 and all money
raised will go towards the build-
ing fund of the congregation.
Plans are in the making for
the annual package party with
Mrs. Charles Stahl chairman of
the event. The affair will be held
Sunday Jan. 25th in the syna-
gogue.
Changes in officers at the re-
cent meeting saw Mrs. Charles
Life Insurance Eitatei
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ini. Co.
907 Biecayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
Stahl unanimously elected vice
president, and Mrs. Murray
Grauer appointed publicity chair-
man. Mrs. Grauer is also in
charge of procuring material for
the banquet cloth for the new
social hall, on which construction
is due to begin shortly.
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PAGE TWELVE
*Jeist Fkridtar
FRIDAY. JANUARY 16,
Kashrutli In Its Social Relation
By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director. Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
The question of kashruth has been discussed and presented
with emphasis on various viewpoints. Its primary emphasis is
quite understandably religious since kashruth observance stems
from a religious origin. There is, however, another aspect to
the kashruth question, which we would designate as the social
or communal aspect.
Man is essentially a social be- -
ing. His impuls. ,||| A S'!JI l"il!'
Campaign
At a meeting of the Greater
Miami Joint Defense Appeal
Committee held Tuesday.
Obituaries
ADAM RABlNOVIT


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prompt him to speak, work, co-
operate, and mingle with his fel-
low man. As part of the "social
life." people are friendly to one
another: they dine with one an-
other: and create or abide by a
traditional way of life.
Obviously, the ways, manners,
habits, and traditions of one
group of people differ in various
respects from those of another
group. The British maintain and
are very proud of their tradi-
tions. The French boast of theirs.
As Americans, we take justifiable
py.de in the American tradition
and way of life. It is an acknowl-
edged fact that the French under-
ground movement found its
strength and sacrifice in its re-
liance upon the spirit and tradi-
tion of France.
The Jewish people too. p
the unique quality of cusl
traditions, and a manner of life
that has sustained them through-
out countless generati ns and
preserved us as a distinct entity,
There are some among us who
conform to these age-
and ways I life and others
who are indifferent to tl
will however partake of k -"
food when the occasion pri
itself. To those who regard this
piril

pie at-
tend social or communal
I I -
d, they partaki n
ngs whicl rnen
er natl
ituted
very serious and profound con-
rein of the whole Jewish com-
munity, and it st ts as a
major con.-:dera'.i in today
ticula alms where the en-
tire Jew
Ived.
In the concenl '
Jewish people, in the vast ma-
tent
fused at .. :--. -
At the present time, in the
placed persons ca:-
Jews refuse to cat n n-kosher
food. In many cases they submit
to s;.. ther t!
This situation has been ackn
edged as a communal r
bility of the major Jew sh Inti
national Relief Agencies; and mil-
lions of dollars are spent each
year in the recognition
tion realistically accepted
major part of the Jewish com-
munity.
An appreciable portion of the
Christian world recognizes and
regards kashruth as a distinctive
part of Jewish living. In some
states the:. statutes duly cs-
stablished against misrepresenta-
tion in matters of kashruth.
Might it not be a desirable
measure in the interests of better
Jewish social relationships to try-
to conduct Jewish affairs of an
essentially communal nature in
conformity with a tradition that
reaches back into the dim past
of Jewish history? Such a step
might serve in the establishment
of even a firmer and more uni-
fied spirit among our people, in
bringing together greater num-
bers of our brethern and in ce-
menting a social approach and
attitude in matters affecting the
needs and the future of Israel.
Congratulations are being
tendered Al LoZilo, of the
Jewish Floridian staff, upon his
becoming a grandfather. Word
was received Wednesday from
his son who is studying for his
degree in medicine at Fordham
University New York City, at
was decided that the JDA would
not be included in the local
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion campaign for 1948. The
reason given for the decision is
that the amount of S16.000 al-
located by Federation would
adversely affect the JDA's na
tional campaign for S6.100.000
needed in 1948 by the American
Jewish Committee and the
Anti-Defamation League in
their civic defense activities.
SLZAN\E ROSEN-
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Pictured with Dr. Leo Baeck. president of the World Union
for Progressive Judaism, at a press conference at the Lord Tarleton
Hotel last week, are: Herman A. Binder. Al Jacobs. Ben Slot*.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Dorothy Rutkin. Earl Barber, Dob
Pettie and Rabbi A. G. Baum.
THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS
fRANKUN O. ROOSEVELT, FOUNDER
This Message Made Possible Through ,he Cooperation of
Miami Beach First National Bank
1 Alton Road m^ fieach
LEO GERNGROSS
Miami Beach. Florida
165
ACME SEPTIC TANK CO.
550C N. W. 37th Ave.
Miami
EGNER & MULCAHY-TAILORS
102 Lorraine Arck Miami
LOUIE'S GLASS SHOP
4402 N. W, 27,h Ave. Mlomj
BERKLEY LTD. INC.
336 Lincoln Road Mimnj Bmach
FRANK STRAW
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1948
JNF FLAG DAY
SET FOR JAN. 24-25
TO SPEED PALESTINE
LAND PURCHASE
Jewish National Fund Flag
Day will start at sundown, Jan
24. and continue all next day,
Jan. 25. Activities will include
day-long solicitation of funds by
the many groups affiliated with
the J.N.F. Council. All contribu-
tions will be voluntary, and
donors will be tagged with small
Jewish flags.
Proceeds from Flag Day will
go toward purchase and reclam-
ation of land in Palestine in ac-
cordance with the 10-year land
program recently adopted by 700
leaders of the Jewish National
Fund in their New York confer-
ference.
The entire Greater Miami area
will be covered by the Flag Day
solicitations, under auspices of
the JNF Council of Greater Mi-
ami, with main offices at 1632
Pennsylvania Ave. Headquarters
of the Day will be at the home of
Fiag Day Chairman Clara Gold-
enberg, 1610 Euclid Ave., Apt. 2.
Dr. Harry H. Queen will be in
charge of the Miami, area, and
will work with the committee.
Rabbis to Preach
On the Saturday preceding Flag
Da>. Rabbis of the community
will speak on JNF from their
pulpits and dedicate Sabbath
services to the Palestine fund. Re-
quests to this effect have been
sent to the various congregations
by Sam Posterman, executive
director for this area.
The 10-year program adopted
in New York Jan. 4, involves
[spending $880,000,000 for 3,000,-
) dunams (660,000 acres) of
[land. The delegates representing
1 almost every major city in the
'l.S. voted to redeem 1,000,000
I dunams as quickly as possible
and resettle them immediately.
The Jewish National Fund's
budget for 1948 lists $87,000,000
| for land purchase.
V Flag Day the entire JNF
[Council has been named com-
mittee of the day. Special assist-
ants to Miss Goldenberg on the
I Committee are the following re-
presentatives of affiliated groups:
II. Goldenberg, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America; Mrs. K. Stadlon.
Pioneer Women No. 1; Mrs. Ethel
Dorf Pioneer Women No. 2;
Mrs. Rose Lustig, Mizrachi; Mrs.
I- Makovsky, Hadassah; Mrs.
Harry H. Queen, Zionist Organ-
ization of Miami; Miss Esther
Goodman, Business and Profes-
sional Women, Hadassah; Misses
Toby Cooper and Ronnie Wasser-
man and Mrs. Doris Pardo, Jr.
Hadassah, and Abe Schaefer,
|Masada.
vJenisti f/cridiaun
PAGE THIRTEEN
Miss Clara Goldenberg
Appointment of E. G. "Don"
Graham and H. Stilton Bran-
nn as vice-chairmen of the
1948 Red Crou fund campaign
was announced by Chairman
H- H. Hyman Thursday. The
campaign will be held through-
out the nation during the month
' March. Goal of the Dade
county chapter is $321,000.
Beth David PTA
Card Party Sunday
Sisterhood Schedules
Speakers, Music
"An evening with your friends
and a chance to make new ones"
will be the theme of the card
party to be sponsored by the
Sisterhood and Parent-Teachers
Assn. of Beth David Synagogue
at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Talmud
Torah.
Mrs. Sam J. August, Sisterhood
ways and means chairman has
asked those planning to attend
to arrange their own tables of
four where possible. Sandwiches.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN mat
the undersigned are engaging In busi-
ness under the fictitious name ol
PARK BAR, at 254] Palm Avenue,
Hlaleah, Klurlda. and Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk .it
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
r lot Ida.
IIARKY SCHWARTZ.
ESTHER RAUZIN,
MARVIN RAUZIN,
W ASM AN. SILVER &- BAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Applicants.
l 9-13-23-80 2/ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name o
1- LAOLER POOD SHOP at 271 Hast
hlagler Street. Miami, Florida. Intend
to reglstei said name with the Clem
of the Circuit Conn of Dade County.
! l"i ida.
JACK OOULD
EDWARD BOOAN
Petit.....era,
MYERS, IIK1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners.
i/-i-M-ao -'.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till.
11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fi)R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 113MI).
FRANCES (i. GROUX, Plaintiff, vs.
KENNETH L. GROUX, Defendant
TO: KENNETH L. GROUX,
90 Crow 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, 194s, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
liken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks In The Jewish Ploridlun, a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated mis r.th day of January,
1(48.
I-:, li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By VYM. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney ut Law
1023 Seybold Hidg.
Miami. Kla
1/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Star Watch and Jewelry at 4n N.W.
1st street, Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
FLORENCE PELTZ
Sole Owner.
Welnsteln, Weinsteln and Welnstein
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
1/9-13-21-10 2/6
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
DADE COUNTY, K1AJRIDA. No.
1X093.
UK: ESTATE OF
FRANK DEUTSCH, Deceased.
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition lor
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Frank Deutsch deceased;
and that on the 2nd day of February,
1948. will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Wanton. County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executor of the Estate of Frank
l'iitsch, deceased.
This Slat day of Decombcr, 1947.
LEWIS CHESTER,
Executor.
MARX M. FEINBERG
Attorney for Executor.
1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS" HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Wilson's Package Store at 1017 N.W.
79lh Street, Miami. Florida, intend!
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
H R.MAN MACK
Petitioner.
MYERS. HEl.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Herman Mack
I/2-9-16723-30
Kasow
Markowitz
Rabbi Jogeph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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cake and coffee will be served
By hostesses, and proceeds will
be used for the congregation
building fund.
Columnist to Speak
The next regular meeting of
the Sisterhood will be held Wed-
nesday at 8 p.m.. to give mem-
bers who are occupied during the
day an opportunity to attend.
The newly elected officers and
board members of the Congrega-
tion will be the honored guests.
A short business session will be
followed by a program, prepared
by Mrs. Alex Stiebel. program
chairman.
Featured speaker will be Mrs.
Dora H. Klemei, executive of I
the Miami Marriage and Family
Council.
Jack Bell. Miami Herald
columnist, will also talk on be-
half of the Community Chest.
Two students of the religious
school, Harvey Kassow and
TShomas Markowitz, will take part
in the musical portion of the pro-
gram. A social hour will follow.
and in celebration of Chamishn
Azar Bishevat (Jewish Arbor
fay) Palestinian fruit and de-
licacies will be served.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UK THE
11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANU
K"R DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No, 114014.
PAULA BEIOBNBERG, I'laintm, V8.
SOLOMON L. 8EIOENBERO, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
TO: SOLOMON I. SEIOBNBBRU
1746 East 1 tilh street
Brooklyn, New York
You .,!,. hereby notified and or.ier.-ii
t.. appear to the BUI of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the
above-styled cauee "ii or before the
l-th day of February, 1948, otherwise
the allocation of said Hill of Com-
plaint will he taken as confessed
against you.
Let this order be published once a
week tar four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH ki.oridian. news-
paper published in Dade County.
Florida.
DATED this 13th .lav of January,
1948.
E. B, LEATIIEKMA.V
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C GREEN,
Deputv cierk
sa.M SILVER
170.", Congress Hldg
Miami. Mori.la
1/10-28-30 176
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM)
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 113696.
ADELL l.EVEINE. Plaintiff, vs.
I-AWRENCE l.EVEINE, Defend-
ant.
TO: LAWRENCE LhVElNE
Residence Unknown
Last known mailing address:
General 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,
on or before January 23. 1948, other-
wise the Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. i.et
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks in the Jewish Flornlian.
newspaper published in Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of December.
1947.
E It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal!
By \V.\I. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
12/26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage "
business under the netftooa name o
Palace Poultry at Son Av tat ion Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, Jtendl to regie-
ter said name with the < el* Of UJ
cir-uit Court of Dade County, Hor-
"'''' JACOB li COHEN
Sole owner.
1/9-16-23-30 I I .
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
KOIt DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114044.
JollN MICHAEL IIARONE. Plain"!!:.
vs. mary PAULA BARONE, De-
fendant.
TO MARY PAULA BARONE
Hi:, Tiffany Street
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notiried and re-
quired to appear to the Hill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled on use.
on or before February 13. IMS. other-
wise the Bin of Complaint will be
taken as confessed acainal you. Let
this order be published on., a week
for not less than four successive
Weeks In The Jewish Klorldian, a
newspaper published In Dade County.
Florida
Dated this 13th day of January.
1948,
B, B, LEA I nr.K.UA.N.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circull Court Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorne) at Law
1083 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
I 18-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
BOZAKT RADIi) at 63 N. E. 2nd
Street. Miami, Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES BOZART
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHY he in..... ned. desiring to engage In
oi
buafhess :.".iei th. rictltloui aame
'"" MAYER P. RBINH*
ola Owner,
th.
EL. i
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
KoR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114024.
MILDRED RTEINHAUEH, I'lalntlfl,
vk chahi.es STEIN HA UER, De-
fendant.
TO: CHARLES STEINHAUER
500 SI Johns Place
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause.
on ..r before February 12, 1948. other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
foi not less than four successive
we.-ks In The Jewish Klorldlan. a
newspaper published in Dade county,
Florida
Dated this 12th day of January,
INI
K H LEA TIIEKAIA.V
.l.rk of Clrrcult Court
(Circull Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
i Deputy Clerk.
Mil.ToN A FRIEDMAN
Attorne) ai Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
ouslness under the fictitious name of
Cordon Roofing and Sheet Menu
Works at 414 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JACK GORDON
IDA R. GORDON
SAN FORD S. FAL'NCE
Attorney for Applicants
SU N.E. 15th Street
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Club Savoy at 535 N.W. 3rd Avenue,
Miami, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ELLIOT SIMONS
Hole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat
the uii.l.-rsiiiti.l. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Kelly's Drive In at 1100 N. W. DO
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
S08 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, destriiut to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Club 79 at 766 B. 25th Street, Hlaleah,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Klorlda.
SAM H. BRUSS
Sole Owner
FRANK E. SOIALMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Fortune StoreB at 27 N.E. 1st Avenue,
Miami, Klorlda, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda.
MEYER FINE, INC.
FRANK E. SOIX)MON
Attorney for Petitioner
6i> Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A & G Plumbing Contractors at 1121
Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach. Fla..
intend to register said name wltb
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klorlda.
NATHAN GOREL1CK
DAVID AUGUSTUS
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Petitioners
412 Congress Bldg.
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of ALLEN'S TRADING STORE at 145
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
12/19-20 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlug to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
M & B GROCERY at 4416 N.W. 17tb
Avenue. Miami. Klorlda, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT K. SHANNON
Petitioner.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorne) s for Petitioner
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
1/16-23-30 2/6-13
1/16-23-30 2/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
KOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113723.
RUTH TOWERS. Plaintiff, vs.
NATHAN TOWERS, Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: NATHAN TOWERS,
ISM Bast 8th Street,
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In tne
above-styled cause on or before the
26th day of January. 1948; otherwise
the allegations of said Bin of com-
plaint will -be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FUlRIDIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade Count v,
Florida.
DATED this 26th day of December,
1 1*4 I .
B It LEATHERMAN,
, Clerk of Circuit Court.
it Ircult Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
A. J. KAPLAN UePU'y C'erk
Solicitor for Plaintiff
l i i>:< < 'ongress Building
Miami 32, Florida
1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No!
20283
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEWIS LBWENSTE1N,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Klorlda,
to the Hon. W. 1-KA.nk BLANTO.N,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in tne
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Klorlda. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Se. Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Dated January 8, A. D. 194s
JOSEPH Ill'RKHOLZ.
As Executor of the Las; Will and
Testament of LEWIS LEWEN-
STEIN. Deceased.
HARRY ZUKERN1CK
Attorney for Executor
1/16-23-30 2/6
... RDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
HR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113oo.
Lois C. Herget, I'laintm. vs.
Emll L. Herget, Defendant.
TO: EMIL L. HERGET, 88-46 186th
Street, Hollla, Long Island. New
York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the blil ot
complaint for divorce filed against you
by LOIS C. HERGET on or before
the 6th day of February, 1948. other-
wise the allegations of said bill will
be taken as confessed against you.
DONE' AND ORDERED this 7tn
day of January, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
r'erk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. UKtOJON,
GEORGE J. TAL.ANOKF"",y ^^
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name OX
Miami Watch Crystal Co. at 127 N.E.
1st Avenue. Miami. Ft. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk or
;5 Jc""cult Oourt of Dade County,
Florida
ROBERT KUTN'BR
Sole Owner
12/26 1/2-9-16-23 __________
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PAGE FOURTEEN
9-Jenisf Ihridiar
FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1949
Letters To The Editor
Jewish Floridian
120 N.E, 6th St.
imi, Fla.
Letter To The Editor:
Dear Friend:
In last week's Florid..
by Rabbi Sh
which made a ment about
procedure at Temple 1
as chairman 4->gue
and Arrangements
: T< pie 1
v. my duty to correct the
- nent and to in n your
readers of thi
It is
pie la I thi I in
the Rafc :tus and the
president, we have two members
of the board
on the pulpit during sen
Frid evenii
by K Shapi M x '
Januarv 13 1948 Dr. Bowman F. As '
Mi< Snirer Heads
. not attei I '"'
usual and
that the :

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MAX HOLTSBERG.
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Jeanne Bellamy.
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En anon Club
nuary 14th The clib 11
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were
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I -nip.
Miss Membership, 1947" is the title won by Thelma Cohan,
center above, for bringing greatest number of new members into
Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah in a lix-month member-
ship contest. Other finalists shown are Harriet Suckler, right]
runner-up. and Sonia Zais. left, third place. The young ladies wen
presented with their rewards at Jr. Hadassah's annual Cornation
Hall held at the International Beach Cabana Club.
Irving Blasbero. Treasurer
BEACH
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
1850 Alton Rd. Phone 5-5844
MIAMI BEACH
R. A. Niceley. Funeral Director
MONUMENTS
SPECIAL DESIGNS
and
PRICES SUBMITTED
WITHOUT OBLIGATION
Call 4-3249
"Be Sure to Mark ti.e
Resting Place of Your
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Since 1925
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3253 S. W. 8th St.
Two-Story White Building
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Funeral Director
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
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Olyinpia Building Phone 3-3720
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PAGEF1PTEN
LAURA Z.HOBSON
tmktd ?> NORMAN wtd Ml NODCV
' WW RHODA I. SIMON;
0R ALMOST A YtAR NOW, THE MOST
POPULAR AND FASTEST-SELLING BOOK IN
AMERICA HAS BEEN'GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT-
WRITTEN BV
OAUGHTfR OF A JEWIJH EDITOR. LAURA ZAMETKIN WAS
BORN IN NEW VORK CITY JUST AFTER THE TM OF THE
CENTURY. UPON RECEIVING HER B. A. DEGREE FROM
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, SHE TOOK HER FIRST JOB
WRITING COPY FOR AN ADVERTISING A6ENCY.
IN 1934. SHE JOINED THE PROMOTION STAFF Of
LUCE PUBLICATIONS, TIME, LIFE. AND FORTUNE
WHERE SHE REMAINED UNTIL 1940.
SUCCESSFUL IN HAVING HER STORIES
PUBLISHED BY LEADING MAGAZINES,MRS.
H0850N RESIGNED AS PROMOTION
DIRECTOR OF TIME TO GIVE ALL HER
TIME TO CREATIVE WRITING.
IN 1943, HER FIRST NOVEL*THE TRES-
PASSERS" WAS PUBLISHED. THE BOOK,
PROTESTING THE OUOTA SYSTEM USED
TO ADMIT REFUGEES TO THE U.S. WAS
CONSIDERED POWERFUL AND SYMBOLIC*
MRS HOBSON DEVOTED THE NEXT FOUR
YEARS TO GATHERING MATERIAL FOR HER
FAMOUS"6FNTLF.MAIIS AGREEMENT,"
WHICH, WHEN PUBLISHED IN 1947 WAS
HAILED AS THE BEST OF ITS KIND
WRITTEN IN YEARS. illikUi-HJM
SHE WROTE HER FIRST SHORT STORY IN 1935, THE
SAME YEAR IN WHICH HER 5-YEAR OLD MARRIAGE
TO THAYER HOBSON ENDED BY DIVORCE.


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JUST BEFORE PUBLICATION OF THE NOVEL.
SCREEN RIGHTS WERE SOLD THE MOVIE Of
THE SAME NAME,CANDIDATE FOR THE
ACADEMY AWARDS. WAS RELEASED
LATER THAT SAME YEAR.
FIGHTING FOR THE ADMISSION OF REFUGEE
JEWS. TO ALL DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES,SHE
HAS DECLARED HER PRIDE IN BEING JEWISH
AND HAS DEDICATED HERSELF TO THE TASK
OF BATTLING ANTI-SEMITISM UNTIL IT
FADES OUT OF EXISTENCE ENTIRELY'THIS IS
/'co>ttiHT~i..i jiwum TJtiitAmic finer




Met. Miami Fishing
Tourney Under Way
The 13th Annual Metropolitan
Miami $15,000 Fishing Tourna-
ment was off to a notable start
[ despite unfavorable weather,
i with more than 100 entries in
Lthe general trolling, plug-casting
land fly-rod divisions. The event,
I which continues through April
'18. will start its second week
I Sunday under the supervision of
Anglers. Inc., a group of Greater
Miami sportsmen headed by H.
|H Hyman.
This oldest consecutive rod and
I re el angling competition in the
Iworld. offers prizes to all anglers I
without entry fees. The principal
Irules are that all catches be
Imade on rod and reel, and the
patch with tackle be taken to
lone of the 40 official weighing
Jstations for registration. The
levent is directed from its offices
|by Dinty D. Dennis, veteran
KPorts reporter. 1367 North Mi-
pmi Ave., Miami.
Book Store Features
Religious Supplies
S. J. Freedman's Hebrew Book
Store in Miami Beach features
the sale of Hebrew religious sup-
plies for both synagogue and
private use, as well as for He-
brew schools.
Located at 214 Fourth St., be-
tween Collins ave. and Washing-
ton, the establishment carries
taleisim (silk and wool), Tefilin,
books, mezuzas, torah mantels,
flags and several types of Jewish
novelties.
It is the only establishment of
this type in this area servicing
Jewry with religious articles.
Rev. Freedman opened the store
four years ago.
Hadassah B & P Group
Mrs. Ethel Grossman and Mrs.
Bea Marcus were guest speak-
ers at the last regular cultural
meeting of the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's division, Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah on Mon-
day evening, January 12.
The Only Community Wide Kashruih Association
THE GREATER MIAMI
VAAII IIA KAMI ICI I II
This communal project is a participating agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the following
congregations and rabbis:
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman
The Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Miami
Congregation Beth Tfilah Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Mi-
ami Beach
lemple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Maker's Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
Maker's Live Poultry Market. 436 Collins Ave.
g- & H. Live Poultry, 320 Collins Ave.
oyal Packing Meat Co. (Wholesale Only). 515 Collins Ave.
"erman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave.
Human's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
labels Kosher Meat Barket, Blackstone Food Center, 737
Washington Ave.
Mami Northw.si Section
{Jade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th St.
Weal Live Poultry Inc. (Wholesale Only), 155 N. W. 5th St.
Rational Kosher Meat & Poultry Market. 230 N. W. 5th St.
national Kosher Provision Co.. 230 N. W. 5th St.
Miami Southw.it Section
Wuality Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St.
& B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
bouthwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W. 27th
Ave.
Cash van St Venesky Live Poultry. 2011 S. W. 8th St.
Coral Way Section
Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
"LOOK FOR THE GMVH SIGN I IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE
FOR KA6HRUTH"
Fla. Comptroller
To Address
Luneheon Group
The Hon. Clarence M. Gay,
Florida state comptroller will ad-
dress the Luncheon Club of B'nai
B'rith at 12:15 today on the sub-
ject: Activities of the Comptrol-
ler's Office in Relation to the
Governor's Cabinet. The luncheon
will be held at the Downtown
Club. Seybold Bldg.
Mr. Gay was appointed comp-
troller by Gov. Caldwell early in
1946 to fill the unexpired term
of J. M. Lee. He is a past clerk
of the Circuit Court-of Orange
County and former manager of
the Orlando Chamber of Com-
merce. He is also past vice presi-
dent of the 1st Federal Savings
& Loan Assoc. of Orlando, and
at present is a citrus grower.
Bill Pallot is chairman of the
Luncheon Club group.
Horse Show
Starts Tonight
More than 160 horses from
southeastern states, and more
than 75 riders, will be presented
in the Fourth Annual Horse
Show of the Bridle and Saddle
Club this week-end. The show
will be held at Hytone Acres,
747 E. 9th St., Hialeah, starting
at 7:45 p.m. tonight, and con-
tinuing at 2 o'clock Saturday,
with the climaxing championship
classes Saturday night at 8 p.m.
The show will offer some $2,500
in awards. All three programs
are open to the general public
as spectators, reservations and
tickets being available through
the Hytone Acres offices.

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FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE
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na MIAMI- Fl Offlfl4
WINZ
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M.
Yiddish Classical Hour
EVERY SUNDAY
A Variety of Stars in the
Latest Recordings Available
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Jnl2f,jrraation '^aiding kaahrulh. call our Director, Rabbi
Ph E. Rackovsky, phone 2-7439.
Sitki!!ra ot ,th* OsMJmr Miami Vaad HaJMfJurut
2fS"i W* A. M. Bear. *ic-pt**4)2fK. t
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UdML tMumrar.
h are: Harry
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FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Auto Glass Installed Furniture Tops
Store Front Construction
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE
"If It's Glass We Haw It"
1805 PURDY AVE M. B. PH. 5JJ37W
ADAM, ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ
Greyhound
Races
at Beautiful
HOLLYWOOD
Tonight at Eight
Just North of
GULFSTREAM PARK
and One Mile South
of Hollywood
De Luxe Clubhouse
Daily Double
Second and Third Races
Admission (Nc Minors! 25c
TRANSPORTATION
From MiamiExpress Service by
Red Adams Line from Elks' Club.
Ea>r Flogler S' and N. E. Third
Ave from 6.30. Ft. Lauderdale
From 447 E. Las Olas Blvd. at!
frequent intervals
HOLLYWOOD
KENNEL CLUB


FRIDAY. JANUARY 16
PAQB ilXTEHt
Wins Scholarship
Miss Dolly Fishbein, a sopho-
more at the University of Miami,
has been named recipient of the
Dora August Memorial Scholar-
ship Award by the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
The late Dora August served as
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ices at
, services
REFORM
Temple IiraeL 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. en >jen ag7 q)
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, a
Sabbath eve services Friday
evening at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Leo
Baeck. President of the World
Union for Progressive Judaism.
will speak on behalf of the Com-
bined Campaign of the Lnion of
American Hebrew Congree
and the Hebrew Union College-
Sabbath morning services at 11
Regular Sabbath
8:30. Intermediate
outh at 9
f
of the facul
to both groups
Bible study at 4
nan. Mincha
Reception Honors Anniversary-Engagement
. have been issued to a reception honoring Mr >m
ttrjMiUero" their twenty-fifth wedding anniv^
kSFSSi&tS Miriam, on her engagement to Ralph Goffi
an u^^7^&gKteth Bay Rd., Miami Beach* M
DoIIi -'
. i;rman for the Beach
Chapter and was actively :-:- -
ipus acti>
The selector. : Miss Fis
was mad n th merits
of her
tanding activities in B'nai
B'rith Youth work She is
dent -:' the D lapter, and
.; intensely inl in futurt
. ship of B'nai B'rith > x\
:: :.-. in Greater Mia-.. Miss
been instrun
in inaugurating youth forums
University,
ie :; maj jring in Edu-
Miss Fishbein devotes
. time to Hillel house a l
ties.
F rmal presentation of the
Scholarship Award will be made
on Tuesday. January 20th. when
the Miami Beach v | ter cf
B'nai B'rith W men meet at th<
new V M. k W.H.A. cf U.
Beach.
Dade County's chapter of the
Nati nal Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis maintains a ward in
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. An-
drew* are.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi Dsvid Raab.
Servx Friday evening con-
Rabbi Raab 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Jacob M. Rothschild, guest
aker.
The Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk *t.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
- Friday night. Rabbi
Max Kaufman will speak on "A
n iman." Mr.
A ham G Idstein. vice presi-
: :-.-. 2. nist Organization
of America, will be guest speak-
.-.. lay morning at
10.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovfey.
Fridaj night services at 5:15.
lay m rning first minyan
at J a :. w nd at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Class on
:. :' the week at 3
p.m. Mincha at 4 p.m. followed by
a program of
- Rabbi will speak n th<
Sedra of tl : Dailj rn-
ing servi first minyan at 7
a.m. followed by a class in i
na Second m ny n at 8 a.m. Daily
.3 services at 5:15 p.m. fol-
lowed by a class in Je
and cust ms .'' iriv at 6 p.m.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington aye.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Sabbath eve -vires j
Rabbi Mescheloff will lee- i
ture on "Are the Arabs Armed?"
Cantor Louis Feder and the Glee
Club will present a musical pro-
gram and lead in communal sing-
ing. Early Sabbath morning serv-
Max
by sisterhood.
- edb
. lf the Wee*. Sunda>
; at 10 a.m. Daily scl
Bar Mi
>n of Mrs Sam
Goodman, and Max. son of Mi
and Mrs. Isaac Hagen.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th av..
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Services Friday at 5.30 p.m
night forum at 8:J0
p Rabbi Grauer will preach on
W it Is God." Refreshments
j by Sisterhood. Services
Saturday morning at 7:30 and
9:30. Children's services 9:30 a.m.
a at 5 p.m. followed by
S Sudos. Sunday School at
10 a.m. Dailj religious school 3:30
to 6:30 p.m. Arnold Mannis. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mannis,
be Bar Mitzva Saturday m rn:nc,
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Late Friday night services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi April's topic
will be "Who Will Follow." Ones
Shabboth refreshments served
by the ladies. Saturday morning
. ces at 9:00 a.m. Philip, son
:" Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cowans
will become Bar Mitzvah. He will
address the congregation. Rabbi
April will officiate. Mmchah
s at 4:30 p.m. followed by
Shalos Suddos. Rabbi April will
speak on the portion of the week
Sunday school at 10.00 a.m. He-
brew school daily from 3:15 to
6:15 p.m.
rnNSERVATIVE i Junior Congregation at lo an,
C-J2S Both David. 135 AZ A-DBG Youth Serv.ce 2
Thid1 ave. Rabbi Max | Breakfast^ Sunday morning J]
Cantor Maurice
Epiio-^ M-urice Mam
chei. ,
L u Priday evening services at
815. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will of-
ficiate. Rabbi Shapiros topic will
B will be dedicated
,mi Chapter of Hadassah,
who will conduct responses. Re-
ception following services at
which Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Lan-
gre will bi -n honor of;
their wedding anniversary. Sab-
bath services at 8.30 and students
I 10:30. Stanley, son of
Mr ..nd Mrs. Abraham Wellins.
will become Bar Mitzvah. Bar
Mitzvah 1 Club every
Sunday morning at 8:30 for boys
and girls of 13 and over. Adult
ission group every Sunday
at 10:15 a.m. in Synagogue. Bible
vi y m >rning under direc-
Levetan
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity. 1415 Euclid avo., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman;
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
;'. lay evening services at 5:30.
: evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Lchrman will preach
n "A Heavenly Union." Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the
services assisted by Center Choir.
Saturday morning service 9 a.m..
Rabbi Lehrman preaching on
"The Weekly Portion of the Law."
a.m. for boys and girls over u '
Hebrew Religious School Men
day through Thursday 330 ^
6:30 p.m. Sunday Religiou,
School Sunday morning from It
to 12. Pre-Kindergarten School
Monday through Friday morninn
9 to 12 noon.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4m
Chase ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Simml
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at J151
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on
"The Jewish CoDcept of Brother-
ly Love." Sabbath service at 10:15
a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render musical poitions at all
services. Sunday school at 91)1
a.m. for children from the jib
of 44 to 144. High schools
Jewish studies, Sunday mornuj
at 9:45 a.m. for young people IS
years of age and over. Classes I
alternate weekday afternoons-j
boys and girls from the ages of I
74 to 13. Nursery school dailj I
morning and afternoon session I
children from the age of 1\\
to 5.
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