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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 21NUMBER 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
News Briefs
Slovak -lews Ask K.-islirus
BRATISLAVA, (JTA)The Association of Jewish Communi-
ties of Slovakia appealed to the Slovak Government against the
decision of the local administration of the town of Lucenec, in the
southern part of the province, to forbid Jewish ritual slaughter of
cattle. Reports of similar bans throughout Slovakia have been re-
ceived, and the government has just restored to the Jews of the
town of Presov this right after the matter was brought to its at-
tention.
Belugocs Arrive Front Shanghai
SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA)One hundred and eighty-four Jew-
ish refugees who were stranded in Shanghai during the war arrived
here during the week-end abroad the S.S. General Meigs.
Most of the transportation and immigration arrangements for
the group were made in China by the Joint Distribution Committee.
Representatives of the United Service for New Americans met the
refugees at the dock and will help them reach relatives in this
country or will give them temporary shelter and assistance in taking
their place within the American economic and social system.
Kaufman Heads SilOO.OOO Campaign
NEW YORK, (JTA)Edmund I. Kaufman, of Washington, D.
r will head a campaign for $300,000 to finance the organization of
the proposed American Jewish Assembly and to carry on the current
work of the American Jewish Conference, which the Assembly will
succeed it was announced. Kaufman assumed the chairmanship of
the Committee on Ways and Means of the Preparatory Committee
for the American Jewish Assembly.
Former Advisor Named By CJFWF
NEW YORK, (JTA)Harold Glasser of Chicago, former as-
sistant director of the U.S. Treasury's Office on International Fi-
nance who was advisor to Secretary of State Marshall at the Moscow
meetmg of the Council of Foreign Ministers last yearhas been.ap-
pointed acting director of the Institute on Overseas Studies estab-
hshed by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it
was announced by H. L. Lurie. the Council's executive director,
was announcea oy organized last year to carry on a continuing
survey of Jewish overseas relief and rehabilitation needs "as a basis
fnr lone ranee planning by Jewish overseas agencies and the Jewish
commu^iUesgetoP mit "overseas Jewish needs with maximum ef-
fectiveness." according to Mr. Lurie.________
Lessing Rosonwald Rcelected
reli8iRVpredse^ðeasrth Florida ^gJSAVSltSi
SSrfStt: BSrjSft M^aTAvt^ami Beach, and
Harry Boyell, 2336 S.W. 23rd St.__________
I'rosUauer To Serve Sixth Term
term, as the organizations 41st annual come executive.
Blaustein of Baltimore was re-elected'chairman t tn American
In his annual presidential message del>verea ming
Jewish leaders at the parley Judge PIoika"^me until a United
of the United States embargo, on aims to Pa ^>n of such a
Nations constabulary is c.eated and thc^eany iWe Jewish
United Nations constabulary. He e*plainea f h United
leadership asks for nothing eept that the^and Jewg have
Nations be executed' and that ^refore /un embargo and
clear right and duty" to urge both the^ 'n8 ol
the creation of a United Nations constabulary.
Americans Eligible for
Hagana; Death Toll Rises
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Jewish
defense officials have not con-
scripted American veterans
studying at the Hebrew Universi-
ty of Jerusalem under the G.I.
Bill of Rights for service in the
Haganah, but the Americans are
permitted to join if they choose,
a Jewish Agency spokesman de-
clared at a press conference. The
question arose in reference to the
death in action last week of
Moshe Perlstein, an American
student-veteran at the university,
who joined the Haganah.
The funeral of Perlstein and
overhead while a Haganah unit
fired a three-volley salute over
the graves.
Most of the corpses were hor-
ribly mutilated, one of the wit-
nesses later told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, and only four
men could actually be identified.
A number were decapitated.
The Kfar Etzion battle, which
was opened by the Arabs in the
middle of last week, continued to
rage during the early part of this
week as numerous bands of Arabs
I attacked Jewish defenders in and
around the settlement. Observers
stated that the battle was prob-
ably the fiercest thus far in the
war which has now entered its
seventh week.
Meanwhile, several new battles
were fought between Jews and
Arabs at Beth Jamal and Hartuf,
in the same vicinity. The Haganah
lost two men killed and a number
wounded, but inflicted scores of
casualties on Arab units, at least
one of which numbered over 100
men. A party of Arab reinforce-
(Continued n Page 4)
the other 34 Haganah members
killed in an Arab ambush en
route to the relief of surrounded
Kfar Etzion settlers was held in
Kfar Etzion. Preparations for a
cortege to leave Jerusalem for
the settlement in the Hebron
Hills were carried out with
secrecy and dispatch. Only one
member of the family of each of
the fallen men was permitted to
go and several members of the
Agency executive were included
in the party which was taken to
Kfar Etzion in armored Army
trucks and armored police cars.
Along the route to the settle-
ment the convoy was forced to
halt several times for British
troops to clear away Arab road-
blocks and the members of the
party saw a number of unoc-
cupied snipers' posts. Less than
a mile from the settlement, the
convoy was met by an honor
guard of Haganah troops and
settlers. The British troops de-
ployed themselves about the
cemetery to prevent the Arabs
from launching any attacks which
would interfere with the burial
service. A Jewish plane circled
Restrictive Covenants Case Argued
Before Supreme Court Tribunal
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Comparing restrictive convenants
:o the Nuremberg Codes forcing Jews into ghettos, a Washington
attorney this week told the Supreme Court that a covenant
which would have forced a non-Jewish woman to oust her
lewish husband and their half-Jewish children from her home,
was worse than the Nazi law,*----------------------------------
Arab Ammunition
Shipment Discovered
NEW YORK, (JTA)Notwith-
standing the ban on shipment of
terms and ammunition to Arab
countries, a transport of 8,000
rounds of shotgun ammunition
was discovered at a Jersey City
pier marked for shipment to a
firm in Damascus, capital of
Syria, where Arab units are
being trained for guerrilla fight-
ing in Palestine._______
because the Nazis made exception
to breaking up of families.
Phileas Indritz, co-attorney in
a case involving restrictive prop-
erty sold to a Negro by a white
owner in the District of Colum-
bia, told the Court that covenants
affect such persons as Charles
Curtis, former Vicc-President of
the United States, who was full-
blooded Indian; Albert Einstein;
former Secretary of the Treasury
Henry Morgenthau; Marian An-
derson and Negro Scientist
George Washington Carver.
The Court completed oral hear-
ings on four cases involving
racially restrictive covenants on
real estate in St. Louis, Detroit
and Washington.
The counsel defending coven-
ants held that covenants are
private agreements between pri-
vate individuals and therefore not
affected by the Fourteenth
Amendment which makes dis-
crimination illegal; that the
covenants are recorded property
rights with the force of a legal
contract and that it is the duty
of the Court to enforce them.
They also asked the Court to de-
cide the cases only on the basis
of the constitutionality of the
covenants, and argued that socio-
logical and economic data pre-
sented by the petitioners to show
the detrimental effect of the
covenants was not pertinent to
the case.
Attorneys opposing the coven-
ants pointed out that widespread
use of the covenants amounted to
indirect legislation that was dis-
criminatory in effect and that
the stateby previous court de-
cisions and the spirit of the Four-
teenth Amendmentis legally
prohibited from initiating or en-
forcing segregation. They also
argued that court action consti-
tutes no less a state action than
action by the legislative or ex-
ecutive branches, and the state
immediately became involved as
soon as the contract was entered
into since the agreement is made
with the idea that the state will
enforce it.
Without that tacit understand-
ing, they argued, contracts would
be useless. They also held that
such covenants violate the con-
stitutionally protected rights of
the Negro to acquire property
and that they violate the public
policy of the United States.
the creation of a United Nations sown--------;--------------------------------.-----------
Initial Gifts To CJ A Campaign Show Amazing Increases
ILIOI ^se*" ** ...... toA-inn tn Carl Weinkle$18,000 to $20.- The Winter Residents Division
44 Jewish community leaders who to %%?*$*
S188.500 to the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal *; J
to the 1948 Combined Jewish *fl+ttZ5l*
$132,500, at the first meeting of the Initial Gifts Unit ne
Sunday morning at the White HouseHotel
"This amazing result is a good^
augury for the success of the 1948
campaign and starts the 1948
drive off on a resounding note of
confidence in victory," declared
Sam Blank and Max Orovitz, co-
chairmen of the Initial Gifts Unit,
in a joint statement issued after
the meeting.
Morris Klass. campaign di-
rector, enthusiastically second-
ed this prediction of a success-
ful campaign. "It should be
noted." Mr. Klass said, "that
moil of those present at the
Initial Gifts Unit meeting had
given substantial increases in
1946 and 1947 and the prospects
in 1948 for their increased giv-
ing, especially on such a grand
not been considered
,oo bright. In my opinion, the
rate of increase established by
these pace setters will make a
welcome mark for all other Con-
tibutor, to shoot at. If w. can
maintain this pace, there ubtO.
question but that Miami will
'M^Kiass immediately sent a
report of the results of the In.tia
rift* meeting to national heaa-
S2?ter?ffSl United Jewish Ap-
i He did this, he explained,
fo3 show th national leaders that
Miami which is the first major
cityn the country to conduct a
campaign, has "started off on the
r,Si0ii' the outstanding to-
CreCarB?anUk-$16.500 to ,25,000
Abraham Goodman$24,500 to
$30,000
Charles Greenfield$3,500 to
$10,500
Harry Koretsky$500 to $3,000
Rabbi Irving Lehrman$300
to $1,000
Norman Liebling$2,500 to
$7,500
Joseph Lipton-$1,250 to $2,500
I L. Mintzer$2,000 to $10,000
Max Orovitz$5,000 to $10,000
Joseph Richter$5,000 to $15,-
000
Joseph Rose$2,000 to $5,000
Sam Rost$4,000 to $15,000
Dan Ruskin$5,000 to $10,000
J. Gerald Lewis$5,000 to
$10,000
Jacob Sher$15,000 to $25,000
Harry Simberg$5,000 to $10,-
000
Harry and Sam Simonhoff
$1,500 to $4,500
Ed Singer$2,000 to $5,000
Harry Sirkin$3,300 to $10,000
Al Stone$2,000 to $4,000
Carl Weinkle$18,000 to $20,
000
Jacob Ziskind$1,000 to $10,000
Speakers at the meeting were
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Max
Orovitz and Harry Simonhoff.
who recently returned from
a tour of displaced persons
camps in Europe and a visit to
Palestine. Rabbi Lehrman thrilled
his listeners when he related how
the three members of the Fed-
eration's overseas mission arrived
in the Holy Land on the same day
that the United Nations decision
to create a Jewish State in Pal-
estine was announced. Harry
Simonhoff pleaded for American
Jewry's support for Hagana "for
the defense of the new Jewish
State against all enemies." This
year Hagana is included in the
United Jewish Appeal.
With the Initial Gifts Unit off
to a good start. Chairman Joseph
R. Stein of the 1948 campaign
said that every unit of the cam-
Carl Susskind$2,000 to $5,000 paign was swinging into action.
The Winter Residents Division
under the co-chairmanship of
Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky and
Dave Phillips is planning a series
of functions for winter residents.
Under the co-chairmanship of
Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Doro-
thy Fink, the speakers bureau
was organized at a meeting at
Federation quarters last Wed-
nesday. Letters have been sent
to every Jewish organization in
Greater Miami asking them to
set aside a portion of their meet-
ings during the next two months
for a presentation of the 1948
campaign needs. Mr. Fink is pre-
paring a speakers manual for the
use of members of the speakers
bureau.
The liquor division under the
co-chairmanship of Ned Sail and
Sidney Weinstock moved swiftly
with two meetings this week and
a breakfast meeting scheduled for
next Sunday morning at the
White House Hotel. Harry Simon-
(Continued n Page 4)
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PAGE TWO
Miss Ludwin,
Hadassah Officer
In Local Talks
Miss Ruth Ludwin. of New
Jersey, a national vice president
of Junior Hadassah. will be
principal speaker at a series of
programs here from January 26th
through the 29th. Miss Ludwin
will discuss "The New Challenge
to American-Jewish Youth."
Mrs. Doris A. Pardo. president
of the Greater Miami Unit, re-! fnends in this area.
The Miami Stamp Club, a chap-
Mamp I "lull To
Hold Exhibit
The Miami. Fla. Stamp Club
will celebrate its 20th anniversary
with a philatelic exhibition and
bourse. Feb. 4. 5 and 6, at the
new Civic Auditorium on Bis-
cayne Blvd. and N.E. 5th St. The
do will be open from 9 a.m.
to 11 p.m. daily.
Over 200 frames of stamps,
covers, and other philatelic ma- during services.
terial will be on exhibition. There J
will be 15 bourse tables. Many
nationally known dealers will be
on hand to greet their many
Jewish Quiz Box
lated that Miss Ludwin spent over
two months in Palestine last
year, touring the country and
visiting the cooperative settle-
ments and principal cities. She
also visited the new settlements
in the Negev and flew to Cyprus
where she spent some time visit-
ing the immigrant camps. In her
capacity of chairman of the
group's Palestine projects, Miss
Ludwin visited the Junior Hadas-
sah"s institutions in Palestine, in-
cluding a children's village.
Pardess Anna, an orange
for training Meier Shf..
uates. and the Hem;'
School of Nursing. A member I
a "Kibbutz," a group of
men and women ex]
settle in Palestine, Miss L .
is preparing to return th<
live.
ter of the A.P.S., is also arrang-
ing for a philatelic exhibit by the
Post Office Dept. The club hopes
to have a special cancellation for
use during the exhibit, because an
ivi 20th anniversary cachet
is planned.
All collectors desiring this
cachet can Bend as many en-
ley wish, free of
charge, to the secretary, R.
Ki el, 3240 N.W. 27th Ave.,
; 37, Fla. Envelopes should
be properly addressed and stamp-
ed3 cents [or first class and 5
nail.
Offici 1947-48 are: Fred
Wadhams, pros: Wm. von Ton-
ge!n and Fred Hieber, vice-pres.;
: Knobel, sec.-trea.
Greater Miami Zi n '
Commission will h I
honoring Mss Ruth Ludwin, a
national vice |
Hadassah. I
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Q. What is the "Kaddish?"
A The "Kaddish" (as the term
is colloquially used) is an Aramaic
praver whose contents constitute
the'praise and exaltation of the
Almightv and his universe. It is
recited during services by the
cantor between and after certain
prayers. Mourners also recite it
at specified places and OCC1
rvices. The word "Kad-
dish" is derived from a verbal
root meaning Holy.
Q. What is the original singi-
ficance ot the prayer?
A. Contrary to the varied
.pinions of many of us. thi Kad-
dish both in origin and context.
at first had nothing whatsoever
to do with the memory of the
dead. Its ancestry dates back at
least to Talmudic times. There
are references in the Talmudic
writings to a religious decree stat-
ing that after a number of cer-
tain scriptural verses, words of
blessing must be uttered. This also
follows the recital of the learn-
ing and wisdom of our sages
The types of blessing uttered
were originally varied as well as
many in number. It is for that
reason that after the reading of
tiic Torah (Scroll) "Kaddish is
recited, as well as after various
portions of the service. The "Kad-
dish" prayer in its present form
was also developed later on in
the Talmudic period. After re-
citing or studying Talmudic or
rabbinical volumes in a group of
at least ten. a prayer called Kad-
dish Derabonon (the exaltation of
the rabbis) is said. This Kaddish
is almost like the first we talked
about except that there are a few
- added to it directly re-1
fernng to the sages and rabbis
Hence, the "Kaddish
original form and context
means of embodying
ings and recitals of the scriptures
"d Talmudic writings with re-
verence and exaltation for their
Uwionship.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1943
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St.. at which doctors' wives who
recently become new mem-
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Kalish Opens Offices
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UDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948
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PAGE THREE
teSolosko To Head
iolom Men's Club
[The Men's Club of Temple Beth
lom will hold an installation
inner Monday evening at 6:30
T ,he patio of the Temple, it
|as announced by Sam Good-
Ian chairman of the program
fcmmittee. Incoming president is
[b(. Solosko who will replace
|],.x Strauss. Other officers to
installed include Dr. Dennis
uittner, Maury Morris, Sam A.
loodman, vice presidents; Sey-
lour Klein, treasurer, and Her-
ert Shapiro, secretary. Members
nd guests are invited.
Protest "Kacli.'i"
In Reservations
Racketeering in railroad re-
servations is the subject of a
letter sent last week to the
chairman of the Interstate Com-
merce Commission by K. Chaa-
chou, 5041 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, on behalf of two dozen
Miami Beach hotels.
In the letter Chaachou claims
that agencies and individuals
have been making trains reserva-
tions far in advance, selling them
at a profit, and redeeming the
unused ones without loss. The
practice, he says, has long pre-
vented full use of the railroads.
Junior Hadassah
ivites New Members
A meeting of the Junior Ha-
Lssah chapter will be held Tues-
Cv at 8 p.m., at the home of
emporary chairman Miss Ros-
irnn Drosd, 2408 S.W. 23rd St.
Fhc meeting will be open to young
tomen between the ages of 18
ad 25 who are interested in this
rork. Miss Ruth Ludwin, who
k-ill be guest speaker, will ad-
i?(. and help the newly formed
fcroup. Plans are being made for
membership tea in February.
Miss Audrey Myers, chairman
jf the .nombership drive corn-
will be glad to answer
j'nv questions regarding the
I Her residence is 535 S.W.
hh st.
Poale Zion To Hear
Bostonian Zionist
The Poale Zion will meet at
the Beth Jacob auditorium, 301
Washington Ave., Tuesday eve-
ning at 8. The speaker will be
Abe Hamlin, of Boston, a mem-
ber of the Palestine Histadrut
Committee, who has recently re-
turned from the Holy Land. He
will give an eye-witness report
on current developments. Kadya
Molodowsky, poetess, will also be
on the program. The affair is
open to the public and admission
is free.
Council Forums
Discuss Prejudice
The Public Speaking Forum,
sponsored by the Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, will begin its second
series of Forum talks with a
luncheon at Fu Manehu, January
30th at 12:30.
"Racial Prejudice" will be the
topic for panel discussion, it has
been announced by Mrs. Sidney
Weintraub, director of the Forum.
Moderator will be Mrs. Bob
Schwartz and speakers include
Mrs. Harold Auslander, Mrs. Elry
Stone, Mrs. Julius Oshlag and
Mrs. Bernard Fuller. Those de-
siring reservations should call
Mrs. Harry Schiff, 5-1960, or Mrs.
Aaron Farr, 6-2355.
B'nai B'rith Launches Family Project
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith "Adopt a Family" pro-
gram for 1948 has been launched by Jules P. Channing, chair-
man, it was announced by Walter Kovner, president. More
------------------------------------$ than 35 European families have
IMiamians at Conference
George J. Talianoff and Gil-
bert B.ilkin will leave for At-
lanta this week to attend the
southern Conference of Anti-
Defamution League and B'nai
B'rith Professionals on January
24th and 25th.
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guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon to-
day in the Downtown Club. The
mayor will discuss some of the
highlights of the recent contro-
versy which took place among
the members of the city commis-
sion. He will also speak on "A
Progressive and Successful Mu-
nicipal Government in Miami."
Last Call For
Scholarship Applications
A. P. Gannes, Bureau of Jew-
ish Education director, announced
that this is the final weekend
during which applications for the
Charles A. Ratner Memorial
Scholarship for Hebrew at the
University of Miami, will be ac-
cepted. Application may be made
by mail to the Bureau's office,
318 Congress Building.
Home For Aged
Elects Board Members
At a recent meeting of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami the following were
elected to the board of directors:
Dr. D. Andron, Sam Aronstein,
Yetta Beck, Leo Chaikin, Berny
Cohen, Charles Cohen, Irving
Frankel, M. H. Frankel, Louis
Gilman, Harry Gordon, Fanny
Land, S. Lobel, Max London, Nor-
man M. Miller, S. B. Miller, I.
Mintzer, Max Orovitz, W. J.
Piowaty, Sam Reinhard, Paul
Raff, Hyland Rifas, Monte Selig,
Herbert Sher, Sophie T. Sherry,
Judge Harold B. Spaet, John
Temple and Dr. B. Weinkle.
On February 10th election of
officers will take place at Temple
Beth Sholom.
been provided with clothing of
all kinds. According to the plan,
persons may bring clothing to
the garage-storeroom of Mrs. A.
J. Tobin, 849 Lenox Ave. The
committee, assisted by the wom-
en's chapter, sort the clothing and
accepted items are cleaned, pack-
ed and shipped to specific fam-
ilies adopted by the Beach or-
ganizations.
Herbert Frink, former mayor
of Miami Beach and general
manager of Vann Cleaners, has
volunteered to have the cleaning
done without charge. There is no
pickup system; individuals must
deliver the clothing. All persons
are invited to participate in the
collection drive.
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Hall, 215 N.W. 4th St., February
14th. Four candidates for the
honor are Dennis Gitland, Herb
Hersch, Richard Pallot and Don
Reisman. Dance committee mem-
bers are Charlene Cootner, chair-
man, Rita Shlafrock, Anita Gur-
key, Julie Chabmer and Evelyn
Greenfield.
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The Miami Jewish Orthodox
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package party at the synagogue
on Sunday at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds
will go toward the building fund
of the Congregation. Mrs. Charles
Stahl is chairman of the affair,
with Harry Pearl serving as auc-
tioneer. Admission fee will be a
package and the public is invited
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2a
EDITORIAL
International Dishonor ..
Written by T. O. Thackrey
(This editorial is reprinted with the permission
of The New York Post, where it appeared on
January 14, 1948.)
War is being waged upon the United Nations
by its Arabian members, covertly assisted by a
member of the Security Council, Great Britain.
From November 29date of the United Na-
tions decision on Palestineuntil yesterday, 702
deaths from bullet, bomb and bayonet directly
attributable to Arabian attack on Judea had been
recorded, with casualties multiplying each hour.
In that time the United States, member of the
Security Council most responsible for the organ-
ization of the United Nations, has poured money,
arms, food and military advisors into Greece and
China to help reactionary governments kill their
own citizens rebelling against intolerable oppres-
sion.
But in that same period the United States has
never once even raised its voice in protest against
th Arabian rebellion against the peace of the
world; never once used our tremendous influence
to insist that Britain keep the United Nations peace
in Palestine or get out; never once offered our
support to the Jews of the new Palestine State
against Arabian invasion and terror never once
offered our arms to the United Nations to enforce
its decision; never once demanded the creation
of a United Nations army; never once even in-
dicated that we had any interest in seeing such
a force created, or that we would support such a
move if it were begun.
Our indifference puts national honor to
shame; our inaction paralyzes the world's only
machinery for peace; our silence makes a mock-
ery of our pretentions to belief in international
justice; but the disgraceful record does not end
there.
While we pour out our gifts of money and
arms to rightists in Greece and China, we actual-
ly embargo all shipments ot arms to the Jews of
Palestine. While we give freely to corruption, we
will not even sell to the Judea created by Rus-
sian-American cooperative effort within the home-
work of the United Nations.
It cannot be that we are ignorant of the
situation.
Our delegates to the United Nations are men
of intelligence; our Department of State is fully
aware of the need to implement policy with
power; the President can hardly be uninformed;
indeed the full police powers of the country went
The U.N. Palestine Commission is timi questing some kind of international police Jj
tection, at least to guard the safety of it,
1-----M>U/tn it nnrftro tho urn* ..__
- r\ -.,, .i- / y_
ANOTHER ENEMY TO OVERCOME
into action just last week to frustrate desperate
Palestinian agents from shipping TNT and allied
explosives to their besieged countrymen.
We cannot be unmindful of the fact that war
against Judea and the United Nations is organized
and carried on by the nortorious ex-Mufti of
ferucalem, war-time pal of Hitler, graciously per-
mitted to escape trial as a war criminal.
We cannot be unaware that the territories of
Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Iraq are used as bases
tor the anti-United Nations war, and that the gov-
ernors of these territories at the command of the
Mufti are providing funds, ammunition and mili-
tary training for that very purpose.
What did we intend when we worked to
bring about partition in Palestine?
Was it, perhaps, our intention to bring about
the extermination of Palestine's 700,000 Jews, by
turning our backs while the Arabian Hitlers of
the Middle East completed once and for all the
bloody work of genocide begun by Hitler?
If that were our intention, we could hardly
pursue a policy more certain to achieve it.
members when it enters the war zone.
The Jewish Agency is demanding aid-^J
properlyeither from th United Nation*, ]
United States, or both. "I
We cannot withhold it and ever dare k
speak of honor, or decency, or justice, among 1
selves or in any councils of the world again.
The United States must demand, at jJ I
before the Security Council, the formation of,
United Nations Army to enforce the peace.
The United States must offer to furnish 4,
United Nations all or any part of the military (^
needed immediately to protect the new Paleitia
State from outside aggression.
The United States must at once lift iti ^
bargo on arms to Palestine, so that the new a',
police forces may equip themselves adequate
to maintain order within the state.
The President should order his Depart^
of State to warn the Arabian states to cease tbn
sabotage of the United Nations Decision, and 1
the same time warn Great Britain of her obb
tions, not merely as a mandate power, but an
member of the Security Council.
Every day of delay is a day of neediti
human sacrifice.
Every hour sees another nail driven into ch|
coffin of the United Nations.
A coffin bearing the brass inscription Mail
in the U.S.A."
The ttabbi* Speak
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miaul
along with many other prominent organization
are placing on record their sentiments concenaJ
the American Council For Judaism.
The resolution passed by the Rabbinical 1
sociation stated: "We feel it necessary to
public expression to our feelinqs with respect 1
the activities and public utterances of those t|
hliated with the American Council for Judaiaj
With reverent attitudes toward democracy il
Jewish life, and with great respect for the riahtll
the individual to express himself, we nevertbetal
hasten to condemn the American Council bl
Judaism. In the face of historic events in Je*il
existence, the fulfillment of a millenniumi il
prayer, it is sacreligious for a group to exist
destructive purposes alone. We say unto J|
'If you do not wish to aid, then desist'."
Americans Permitted To Enlist
For Service With Hagana Troops
Continued from Page 1)
ment was fired upon by Jews
and turned back after several
Arabs were wounded.
A Jewish convoy heading for
Tel Aviv from Jerusalem was at-
tacked at Motza, about five miles
from Jerusalem, Two Jews were
killed and seven wounded. In
Jerusalem itself at least one Jew
was murdered Sunday by Arab
guerrillas. The body of the Jew.
Mordechai Admoni, was muti-
lated and his body was partially
burned before it was found by
police. An unidentified Jewish
male was found near Haifa with
the head severed from the body
and removed from the scene.
The Haganah on Sunday re-
newed its attacks on snipers'
posts in and around Jerusalem.
Several buildings were blown up
in the Sheikh Jarach quarter and
Beth Safafa. With the latter com-
munity, the Jews had been ne-
gotiating a truce which fell
through. When the Arabs resumed
their sniping at JewS and Jewish
traffic, the Haganah went into
action. The Arabs at Beth Safafa
have since risked for and received
the protection of British troops.
Simi'ar actions were taken in
the Tel Arish and Manshieh quar-
ters of Jaffa on the Tel Aviv
border line and in the Lake
Huleh region of nothern Pales-
tine.
At least 15 persons were killed
when the Haganah blew up two
main traffic arteries of Haifa The
Arabs hud been using the build-
ings as snipers' posts and had
succeeded in disrupting traffic
to the Jewish quarters of the city,
Three Jews in an armored bus
were arrested in the vicinity
shortly after the blast. I
guns and hand grenades in the
vehicle.
Initial (ills
Show liur;is)-
Continued from Patje l)
hoff is scheduled to address this
meeting.
The metropolitan division,
headed by George Chertkof, is
doing spade work. This pho
the campaign will not get a
ly under way until March
The pace setters group of the
physicians and dentists di\
will meet next Monday night at
the home of Dr. Stanley Fieshl-
ing. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Max Orovitz will be the speakers
at this meeting.
On Wednesday night. January
28, a "smoker" will be held at
Temple Israel for all chairmen
and workers enrolled in the trades
unit. Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of the trade unit, will preside.
The women's division, with
Mrs. Abraham Goodman as chair-
man, and Mesdames Stanley C
Myers, J. Gerald Lewis. Joseph
M. Rose and Jennie Grossinger
as co-chairmen, is planning
I > Commission
Appoints Three to
S'l lloiiiiriarics
LAI I
Uniti IN [mpl nl
'
a three-man group to
E the Jewish
A.
will l n n-P I
lit
The
a thn -man to act
the basis for
pub!:. in Pali
f the B
1 t Econoi B
names ol
the three members w<
known, but it
ol them is an 11
wide nd a
n"n_l stine
he third is a
'' ret iat,
The Commissi n,
formulated eleven questions con-
cerning the security situati. n in
Arabhouse^atliwar^meofthe'series of luncheons. The schedule
on February 5 at the Lord T
ton Hotel; a $200 minimum lui
eon on February 6 at the Mar-
tinique Hotel and a $luo mm -
mum luncheon on Februarys
<" the Colony.
The special assignments unit
wings in,o action with a break
tost at the Royal Palm HoteUext
tine f : submission to the
Government. The nature
kept secret
: ince with a British re-
N di idl n< has been set
Commission for a reply,
but n te expected.
I' '' Jion also formulat-
ed 17 qui lion ncerning the
- administrative
1 e prior to the
withdrawal of the
Arab Higher
notified the Commls-
iecting an in-
to appear before the
Commission >n a basis of equality
: power and
' Agency. "The Arab
!- determined
ting the parti-
and in its
the United
in this report
andai ng therefrom,"
aid
etaryOen-
; i a con-
' P l sred that
no "neutral"
been approached for
tion in an in-
1 "rmed force for Pal-
'- '-' reiterated that he
' M with the
Commission
I necessary)
Enjoying the season as fl*|
at the Poinciana Hotel, Mas!
Beach, are the following val
from New York:
Mr. and Mr. Kn.: Mr. <
J. Kaplan, Mr. ami Mni. M ****
Mian lleaale Propper, Ken l"l
Mr. and Mr*, li. W .n.ha. W"l
Aaron S,hnrlder, A 1,ri,uro'*r,:-,l
ry Rahman, Uiuix K.'gan. M.< W"l
Mr. and Mra. Miti.-lman. M"
Tapper, J Wetalx mar, xni Bt J
Mrs. M. Kupperman OurtU
Ohio Include Mr*. HUB rVrrinM
daughter*, and 10*. fcl ""^1
Chicago la repraa) rued by '
Kn. Hrody and Mr. and Mr. '.
Newark alaltora m< iu abwg and Mlw 1"'* **L#|
and Mm. Harry I.ipman are ,1
In* from North <'r'Xddd 1
rcnt arrival from '""""^
Alex Cohen.
or
In!!", 3,d ,nnu'1 AlLFIorida
Induitr.il and Agricultural Ex-
Ption will opan tonight at 7
o'clock in B.yfrort Pk Mlml.
cpel Auditorium. Pr.a. and
uure Florida product, will ba
topuy dair, frorn 3:M lo
''^mjhrough r.bruari
Published avary Fr,l-*y..'l*ll
by Tha Jawlah FlorHU" jZ l
alKth Etraat. Miami II. *< ji,l|
tarad aa aacand-cI -""', t|
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Fla.. und.r th. Act of M ^M
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ha J.wi.h Unity. ""? jS5aJ*|
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llDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948
rJewlstrhrkMan
PAGE FIVE
er son ally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quadow, former Miamians. have re-
tried after a year spent in Phoenix, Arizona, California, Texas
id Mexico. They are residing far the present with Mrs.
aadow's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine,
N.W. 7th Ave.
+ *
New arrivals at the New Surf Hotel, Surfside .this week are
and Mrs. Morris Kelinman, of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs.
jmmy H. Borowitz, Maplewood, N. J., and Mrs. Anna Goss,
Providence, R. I. Visiting from Cleveland where they are
^nnected with the Pick-and-Pay stores, are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Jverberg, who are making an extended stay at the New Surf,
tpected shortly are Morris Wexler and Robert Tito. The former
I the owner of the Theatrical Grill in Cleveland and the Good
bws Racing Stables. Mr. Tito is owner of the Latrobe Brewery
* *
Al Kopf of Brooklyn, N. Y. is visiting his sister and brother-
l-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman at 1441 S.W. 5th St.
* *
Mrs. Dave Kauier, Newark, N. J. is spending a few weeks
[ith her cousins the Max Bergmans, 1441 S.W. 5th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ilia Saviiz of Crown Heights, New York, are
fciami visitors, staying at the Revlin Hotel. Mr. Savitz is the
(jcle of Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, of this city.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hollander, of Chicago, are the guests
the Sam Prostermans, 4427 Royal Palm Ave. Mrs. Hollander
the All-Chicago president of the Women's Division of the
lerican Jewish Congress and is prominent in Jewish activities
that city.
* *
January 26th marks the 12th wedding anniversary of the
sige Talianoffs. The couple were recipients of many con-
ciliatory messages.
+
Joyce Ellen Forrest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Forrest,
|5 Michigan Ave., will celebrate her 5th birthday Sunday with
gathering at three o'clock.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kapner, 331 Ridgeland Drive, have had
their guests Mrs. Kapner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
ewman, of Chicago.
* *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kerman, 717 Biscayne Drive,
;ntly wefre their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.
srbert Kerman, and children.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Price, annual Miami visitors, are spend-
the season at the Rendale Hotel. They are accompanied
re by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dolan. Mr. Price is the owner of the
alony Hotel, Great Neck, Long Island.
* *
Formerly residents of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Good-
m, and daughter Carol, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Harold
ind, 115 2nd Ter., Rivo Alto Island, for several weeks. The
imans are now residents of Englewood, N. J. Mr. Goodman
I the brother of Mrs. Rand.
Pioneer Women Present
Sorin. Piano Virtuoso
Samuel Sorin, piano virtuoso,
will present a concert under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women Feb-
ruary 8th at the Municipal audi-
torium. Proceeds of the presenta-
tion will go toward the establish-
ment of rehabilitation centers and
training programs for the Euro-
pean women entering Palestine.
Mrs. Hairy Albert, chairman of the
ticket booth committee, announces
that Mrs. Henry Scltlln of Club 1
will be In charKe of ticket sales at
"> Mercantile Hank Building; Mrs.
Evld Washer, Kadimah Chapter, at
Burdino's. Mrs. Washer will be as-
imui liy Mrs. Al Alpert. Mrs. Theo
Abel, Mis. Sydney Becker, Mrs. Joe
Bloch. Mrs. Sol Braun, Mrs. Al
Chaikln. Mrs. B. Chlzlk, Mrs. Nat
Coulton, Mrs. Joe Cutler, Mrs. Albeit
H. Berson. Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan,
Mrs. Arthur Kravitz, Mrs. B. Kaoei.
Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. Jus. Mllfrrain,
Circle Luncheon
The Workmen's Circle Wom-
en's Club of Vladeck Branch 699.
Miami, will hold a luncheon and
card party Wednesday at 12 noon
at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
1545 S.W. 3rd St. Proceeds will
go to the Vladeck Home for the
Orphan Children in Paris, France.
The Workmen's Circle School
of Miami will hold its monthly
cultural and literary evening
meeting at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W.
3rd St., Sunday at 8 p.m. M.
Gleberman, teacher of the school,
will discuss the works and poetry
of Mani Leib.
Mrs. Jack Muravchtck, Mrs. Barbara
flreenberg, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Mrs.
Ma Myron, Mrs. Delia Rifkln. Mrs.
Louis Welner. Mrs. Harold <;. Shapiro.
Mrs. Hyman Sootln and Mrs. Krcd
Sandier.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Adelman, 1421 N.W. 1st St., have as their
guest Miss Sylvia Lyon, of Maryland. Miss Lyon, who is a niece
of the Adelmans, will remain for several weeks.
Phi Sigma Sigmas
Attend Picnic
Phi Sigma Sigma members of
Beta Theta chapter at the Uni-
versity of Miami were enter-
tained at a weiner roast Satur-
day, January 10, at Matheson
Hammock. The alumnae chap-
ter of greater M-ami will be
hostesses for the annual affair.
General chairman for the picnic
is Mrs. Hyman Koch assisted by
Mrs. Ted Simon.
Guests at the picnic includ-
ed visiting alumnae: Mrs. Al-
lan Schwartz, Elizabeth town, Pa.,
honorary member of Iota chapter
at the University of Pittsburg,
and Mrs. Abraham Halperin of
Pittsburg.
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, presi-
dent of the alumnae chapter, has
appointed Miss Helene Hirchthal,
gift chairman, and Mrs. Jerome
Adelman, chairman of magazine
subscriptions for the rheumatic
fever fund.
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Miami B. & P. Meeting
At Miami Y Monday
A regular business meeting of
the Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah, will be held on
Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
"Y," it has been announced by
Miss Ethel Weinstein, president.
The game and card party,
originally planned for January
27th has been postponed until
Wednesday, February 11th, and
will be held at the Shorecrest
Hotel. Final arrangements will be
discussed at Monday's meeting.
Margaret Weinstein is fund-rais-
ing chairman in charge of the
forthcoming affair.
Rose Chapter Dinner
A spaghetti dinner will be held
by the Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, Tuesday, January 27th,
at 7 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Anna Malter, 4561 Post Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, it has been announced
by Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, presi-
dent. Those attending the affair
must bring a new member to be
admitted.
A program will follow the din-
ner, devoted to a description of
community service work under-
taken by B'nai B'rith women s
.-t
SS&r
rXoGUST PROS hy,
' is t /< HI '
Bill, they tell me the FlcjriWm
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PAGE SIX
Colin English In
Governor Race
FORT MYERSColin English, INSIDE PALESTINE
State Sch< I Supo::nt<:n-en:, h..;
announced thai The meeting of the Zionist
ofFthTreK
Action Committee, to be held
FRIDAY. IANuary J
Chicago Club Party
Reports Sellout
The
11 be of crucial importance -
U candidate for Go, ta ^ h February ,n Palestine, wUI o. J--J5 World S, ,_ "d
lM* ne relations between the Jew.sh State nd ,n hat aini.c C. Co
nnnual cabaret party
Chicago Club to be hold
the Latin
d a
hn,
ted
been
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'
flee," he : need but not receive
"As Govern r of I abroad ii they are denied any intiuence
23=""-2-H-- SSfaSS

'" 7;r
0<;ourse,.nn0; hnR^c-
; side with the Jewish State because they will not Judge and Mrs.
r>-- i" ~..... bmw1i -"1VV '..... n "it o
state -.. same ,.......^ identified with it... The extreme* must, the rrencn v ll. u. s.
i character-'
the non-
rhe Jewish State, together with
- :;;-: 3 f^2ieBm ,,;; fry to prevent the Zionists from
Dis-
ed..... : "' '--'-
Eng tab condu
An I '
War I English -
.r.: profession upon his rei
Rubin, public
f Illinois Senator
s They ere not bound to succeed ... The v. Judge Max
for a >na time will be too weak to stand on its own feet... family; Mrs. Aaron
^T president of Daughters of
n. Wo,nn Durino n Infant H md Day Nura-
T.N.T has boomeranged on Dr. Weizmann uuring
World War I Di mn invented an important ingredient
of T.N.T. When Lloyd George asked Weizmann what re-
for his invention, Weizmann replied; "Give my
. Lloyd George asnwered: "It shall be
one 7 :: 7 his created a difficult s:tuat.on ,
British agents operating in the U.S. are believed to have been
the : us tipster* whose phone calls led to the discovery
sad seizure c: the explosives i Palestine 1
ery of Chicago; Mrs
Chern. president of Rest JJ|
Convalescent Home; Mrs hJ
Silverstein, president of the j?|
ish Peoples Convalesces H
and Gecr-e D. Sax, ^
the board of din-dors of 4, J
change Niitional Bank of Chi
Martha Rave heads the _
stars tn appear, among whlJJ
Les Camnagnons de la Chanel
Wendy Bishop. I)n Saxon/fc|
Debonairs." Jack Slanton, pj
ricia Wymore, Johanna
Marion Richards and "The
Rios." The Wally Wanger Uj
lies, together with the orchetol
under the direction of Chjfol
Shay for dancing, will also J
pear.
The Board of Directors 0I4J
Miami Beach Zionist Dutis
will meet Thursday at 8:30 u
at the home of Alfred St*
2050 N. Bay Road.
British Intelligence
:-
" a to

hoi been actively watching all immigration
and other Zionist activities in Prance and there is strong evidence
:c susporl the beliei they are doing the same in this country .
WASHINGTON RUMORS .
Pre* denl 7: \ e 2 strong statement cr. '.he Palestine situation His re-
stsrk at las) week's cress coniference was nc: within the
::r.r ::-. :: this advice Wax Department officials r.ave
the President against making a strong statement on
-r ground si ney The expediency angle has to do
- she 3:ec.:: Bituatioa Tnese officials step] following
en alleged ; with anti-partition elements in the State
Department who thought it wise at this time to "pass the ball"
her quarters This anti-partition segment buMI hopes to
r.sc::r the UN decision cr. Palestine ... A rial on illy ; rominent
t.c-re recently attempted to reach Secretary :: 5: rte Marshall
. a view tc securing bis reaction to th I odshed in Pales-
tine He was tol M rrshall's secretaries th I
BALLET ARTS
Director: Bernard Ostfeld
Ballet Master
BALLET TOE CHARACTER
MODERN DANCEDANCES CHOREOGRAPHED
P ivate for Children and Adults
Special Classes for Business Girli
Miami -109 S. E. First Street, Phone 9-4184
Hollywood 2122 Madison Street. Dixie Highway. Prone 385-1
is
H; has t*er. Fl .-'-...
peraoncl attention to the situation ... A committee of Catholic,
Protestam and Jewish leaders who were never overtly pro-
::..*: was toe busy with the European aid program to give
The .;-..
serves :: manj stai in- Zionist in working on a plan to call or. the leaders of both major
political parties tc issue a jc nt statement urqina the Arab states
B-.
.0 s-cc inleriering with the UN deepen cr lace the alterno
::^.^i.-r.^r^ .: sta. --;....... r.s _, ... ,.
- c.- n.-.i steme: American policy .
cf d ast Ex...:.. t E
POTPOURRI .
::
the I.
F.. .
Stau Board of Ed
- I .......*. r -"
the E I Trustees
Teacher Rei 1 V.
The ZOA preside ncy v, I] go to Daniel Friach ii Dr. Emanuel
onn chooses nol to project his candidacy at the next con-
vent, en Friscb gave his business up four years ago to de-
TOte tttely 1 Zionism When his funds shrink to
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strong convjetions combining utter frankness with an engaging
manner ... You can discard the idea that the next World
- will be the las. one. U persuasion fails
another Agency member of the executive will announc.
resignation Informed sources in New York hear Moshe
Sneh may reconsider his resignation in the interests of unity
. The recent British display of power in repulsing an Arab
mvasron from Syria was intended .0 stop ,h, growing demand
n'?,K eriiaK:0nal <0rCe Wa,ch ,or a Br"ish maneu,
nor the aekberations at Lake Success of the five-nation Pales
a
CHAMELEONS .
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as a gift two chameleons from Pale, "" "
men that the chameleons we.e able tolooW 'T
eye and backward wh ,ho o.he ,,, ,W""' Wl* 0,1
followed his scien,if,c .ec.u.e Z^'T^^
LAKE SUCCESS RUMBLING
February 1 wlU be a crucial dav BriH.1
had been given dutin,, Iho now,,,,., i .'. \ "!i'rances
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948
Concert Pianist
At Hollywood
Samuel Sorin, concert pianist,
will present a recital Wednesday,
February 11th, at the Jewish
Community Center, Hollywood
Mr. Sorin is a member of the
faculty of the Juilliard School of
Music in New York. He appeared
as soloist with the Kansas City
Philharmonic last month. "Be-
cause of the brilliance of his per-
formance, he was made an
honorary member of that organ-
ization and was immediately re-
engaged as soloist for next sea-
son."
Tickets may be purchased from
members of the Hollywood Jew-
ish Community Center. Subscrip-
tions to the patrons list may be
made by contacting Ted J. Sorin,
in Hollywood, telephone 857-J.
+Je*isti Fhridton
PAGE SEVEN
Fashion Show For
Miami Beach B & P
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Division of Hadassah, Mi-
aml Beach Group, will conduct a
fashion show and games program
Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the At-
lantis Hotel. Proceeds will go to-
ward the benefit of child wel-
fare. Miss Edyth Fleischer, is in
charge of the affair. Tickets for
the event may be obtained by
calling 5-4459 evenings.
Leading local and national
firms will participate in the
fashion show.
Miss Edelstein Named
Girls Temporary Leader
Miss Diane Edelstein has been
named temporary president of a
new B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter,
on Miami Beach, it was an-
nounced by Howard Liebman,
Kitchen Shower
For Hebrew School
A kitchen shower will be held
Monday at 8 p.m. for the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
Florida B'nai B'rith Youth Di-' legation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave..
it has been announced by Mrs.
rector. Serving with Miss Edel-
stein will be the following of-
ficers: vice president, Edith Rooff;
recording secretary, Joyce Bruek-
ner; corresponding secretary, Fay
Brodsky; treasurer, Rene Kleid:
historian, June Zimmerman; re-
porter, Shiela Warhastig; and
B.B.Y.O. representative, Judv
Krensky. The officers will be in-
stalled at a meeting January 29th
Beach Center Honors Organizers
Membership Meeting With Scrolls
Sorority Awards To
Outstanding Seniors
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority held
its annual senior luncheon Sat-
urday in the Biscayne Room of
the Columbus Hotel. Gold cups
for scholarship and activities
were awarded to the most out-
standing seniors. The February
graduates in whose honor the af-
fair was given are Hope Tannen-
baum, Roz Taradash, Margie Ber-
man, Betty Alvin and Cookie
Starr. Pearl Sapero acted as
mistress of ceremonies while Toby
Jacobskind was in charge of
preparations.
Louis August, chairman of the
Ways and Means Committee. Mrs
Herbert Feldan has been ap-
pointed to act as chairman for
the affair and the following will
act as hostesses: the Mesdames
Nat Blumberg, Morris Ofsowitz.
Edward A. Moss, Harry Kotkin.
Harry Shear, Max Jacobskind.
Belle Rosenblum, Irving Jacob-
son, Alex Scott, Sam Blank and
Harry M.nkoff.
The shower is being held for
the purpose of providing as many
essential kitchen items as possible
for the kitchen in the new build-
ing and the following suggestions
have been made by the commit-
tee: glass dishware, glassware,
cups and saucers, cutlery, can-
nister sets, kitchen towels, dinner
cloths (3 >did lengths) luncheon
cloths, kitchen utensils, coffee-
makers, Ia*f(e pots and pans, and
Kitchen stools. .
The membership committee of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
will meet Monday evening at the
Center at 8:15, at which time
Jacob Andron and Abraham
Selevan will be presented with
scrolls in appreciation of the
work they have done in the or-
ganization of the congregation.
mill
II
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Campaign workers during the
recent building-fund drive will
also be honored by the award of
gold charms which are replicas
of the new Center building, now
under construction at 17th St.
Forty-seven charms will be
presented.
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Formerly of
MIAMI BEACH
ANTILLA HOTEL CORAL GABLES
PONCE lit LIOI I" v D
Italian American Dinners
STE.AKS CHOPS SEA FOOD
yntlK'As:. LUNCHFON UIN-.EH
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Amets Plan Forum
The American Veterans Com-
mittee will conduct a forum
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Liberty Square Community
Center, N.W. 64th St. and 14th
Ave. Speakers will be Leo Shein-
er, president of the Southern Con-
ference of Human Welfare, and
Rev. E. Graham, president of the
Negroes Service League. The
topic will be "Civil Rights and
Housing." The Liberty Chapter
of the American Veterans Com-
mittee, which is sponsoring the
meeting, invites all interested
persons to attend.
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Open Daily 8 A.M. to 3 A.M.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
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through the vice president
Henry Montor, to be one of ita
national speakers at various
1948 campaigns.
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Traditional Friday Night Dinners
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Full Course Dinners
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Music Phone 5-6651
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A dinner at Hotel Abrams is a rare experience. Strictly kosher
food, exquisitely prepared and served in an atmosphere of old-
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Weekday Dinners at $2.50 Per Plate
Friday and Saturday at $3.00 Per Plate
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PAGE EIGHT
Double-Ring Candlelight Ceremony
Joins Shirley Pardo Philip Saval
At a double-ring candlelight
ceremony in the Blackstone Hotel.
Shirley Pardo. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Isiel J. Pardo, 1239 15th
St.. was married to Stanley Saval.
son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Saval.
236S S.W. 12th St. on Januarj
3rd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
In the bridal party were
Dons Schnu '"'
Mar.'ia Saval, sisl
m, and Miriai
cousin of the bl
maids. Ralph 5a>
the groom. Jack Pa .-. Manny
Jacobson. Alberl Pard H Le-
vine, Joseph P......
Zeeve, ushers. Miss V.
Jacobson. niece of th :
tired as a
also in the p.
Foil, w .:'... thi
lyweds teft ne for a 1
moon in I
res ding l 42 SW 12th Av<
A .. M
High Sch Mrs. Saval is i
::.> mb( i' : Jun an
Junior Li.
a Juni(: L......
army ...i force for tw
half years.
Ou: f town guests
Mr. .:-- Mrs M i
Baltimore: Mi
J. Pernkin, V ''
Mrs Jack Pai
Mis Ann K -
D. C.
9-Jmistfhridiar
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, l948
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Hebrew Academy
February Term
Enrollment Open
The Hebrew Academy. 918 6th
St., Miami Beach, i *"
[ng ; [ions for ,he second
half of th whoolj '"
es a Pi
Sive He:
lents .:
Ihildrenof S
oil.

i prov li
tation. Hot lun
.. r. hn ents
ten in the
which

tizens in th<
Pioneer Card Party
Xhi ;' neei ''' i
:. is
ring a
I
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..: ::i: Beth David S
litorium Mrs. Pearl Kr<
..need
invil Ad-
refn hments
I
navi. Tvler. orchestra leader of the Beachcomber, discusiino
nlans for the fourth annual luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood with Mrs. Murray Maurer, chairman of the luncheon,
and Mrs- Benjamin Seidler, chairman of reservations.
The luncheon will be held on Wednesday, February 18.
12-30 d m at the Beachcomber. The Beachcomber show and night
club entertainers from other night clubs will appear at thi, giU
function The Sisterhood's Annual Calendar Journal will be gitn
as souvenirs to all those attending. Reservations will be made on
a first come, first-served basis and may be obtained through Mis.
Maurer or Mrs. Seidler.____________________________________
SaT^^^^^S
niiATTii iincoin
Mrs. Philip Saval
Jewish Art Troupe
In Local Appearance
Under Fraternal Auspices
Coming to M
following
through) ut thi
Jewisr. Art Ti -:
unr.<

No. : :
-.v.:: S..... ng '-
will be at the M
Seni< t H gh School
The "
Rose:.
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the well-.....
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cles.
Benfit Show
Goal Is S50.000
Will
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need yest thai
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he show. Proceeds will be
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)AY, JANUARY 23, 1948
lie ago Host To
iuncil Of Welfare
jnds Conference
EW YORK (WNS)Taking
te in a year when continued
L-scale European relief and
tbi'litation assistance, com-
fed with the implementation of
h\ decision on Palestine, ex-
Ld large-scale European re-
j and rehabilitation assistance,
Ibmed with the implementa-
J of the UN decision on Pales-
I, expected large-scale immi-
ton to this country and in-
Ling health and welfare
s at home will create great
Visibilities for American
|rv. the 16th General Assem-
|cf the Council of Jewish Fed-
lions anw Welfare Funds, re-
enting the organized Jewish
munities of the United States
Canada, will be the most
Iientous in histoiy, Stanley C.
fcrs. national president of the
r\VF. declared here.
utstanding authorities in the
s nf overseas relief, Pales-
l health, education, economics
social welfare will be heard
Ithc more than 1,000 lay and
cssii>n;'l leaders who are ex-
led to attend the Assembly to
place in Chicago.
+Jew 1st Ihiihtr
PACE NINE
Left to right: Rabbi Kronish, Mrs. Goldberg, Mr. Goldberg.
Miss Betty Goldberg, Mrs. Kronish.Towsley Photo.
Tamara Chapter
Aids Children
A total of $200 was collected
New Year's eve by Tamara chap-
ter of Mizrachi for the educa-
tion of oppressed children of
Cypress. Mrs. Theodore Landes-
man was hostess to members and
friends of the group at her home,
2924 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach.
Tamara is the younger wom-
en's group of Mizrachi in Greater
Miami. Mrs. Israel Yulish is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Emanuel Karger,
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Charles Goldberg's
Observe Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Gold-
berg celebrated their 10th wed-
ding anniversary Sunday with a
house-warming at their new
home, 6146 Pinetree Drive. Mr.
Goldberg is managing director of
the New Surf Hotel. He was
formerly associated with the
Hawley House, in Cleveland.
Guests attending the event in-
cluded numerous Clevelaftders
vacationing here. Among local
guests were:
Kai'i'i Leon Kronish ami Mra.
Kronlah, Mr. and Mra. Harold Turk.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Tallanofr.
Mr. asd Mrs. Seymour Satin, Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Levin. Mr. and Mrs. Haul
Weltzman, Dr. and .Mrs Edward W.
Mencher. Dr. and Mrs. Aleaxnder
I.ill..v.. Dr. and Mrs. Kdward Katz,
Dr. Irwln Alberts. Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
bert Smollin. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Kiliiit < ik. Mr. and Mrs. Koin-rt
Schwartz, and Mr. and Mrs. Mack
KiiisIpi unner.
Among out-of-town guests were
Goldberg's sister. Miss Hetty Gold-
berg of Orlando; Sam llrin of New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silver. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Al
.lai.pi of Cleveland; Dr. and Mrs. J.
LebOWltl of Chicago, and Mrs. Manuel
Bergman of New York.
Discrimination Bill
In Senate Debate
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WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Senate Bill for a "National Act
against discrimination in Em-
ployment" was debated in a closed
session of the Senate Labor and
Public Welfare Committee by
Charles Tuttle of New York pro-
ponent of the measure, and Don-
ald Richberg of Chicago, oppos-
ing it. Senator Robert A. Taft,
of Ohio, chairman of the Com-
mittee, told reporters that the
Committee would not act on the
bill but would propably set a
date of approximately a week
from now to vote on it.
Limits Immigration
Great Britain informed the
United Nations Wednesday that
for security reasons, Britain must
continue to limit Jewish immi-
gration into Palestine, and would
refuse to open up an immigration
port as the UN general assembly
requested.
Cadogan emphasized that until
the British rule of Palestine end*
on May 15 or earlierBritair
would continue to limit Jewish
immigration into the Holy Land
to 1.500 persons per month.
JNF Day Postponed
The Jewish National Fund
Flag Day celebration nas been
changed from this week-end to
January 31st. It will begin at
6:30 on that day, continuing
through Sunday, February 1st.
The change of plans occurred
because of the desire of the
National Fund Council not to
conflict with the drive of an-
other organisation which will
take place this Saturday.
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*Je*istfl FRIDAY, JANUARY 23,
"Palestine Spirit Wonderful"--Simonhoff
when the.U.N. has oHiwauy 8n .,_ should
Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
(Copyright. 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency lncj .--- y N has otticiauy ugj;r- ,d
I have just been listening to a personal report when me ^ gtate the Brill *'
on Palestine. One gets so many public repor s on ^ ,ut 1,'arnun, *mberS
Palestine these days, but somehow one doesnot
feel the confidence in them which one gets fiom
the account of a friend. A,
My friend is Harry Simonhoff of Miami. At
one time a member of the state legislature of
South Carolina,
lme remarkable things to
I took up a littu
It s
he is very active
in Jewish organ-
izational work
in the south. He
went to Pales-
tine in a purely
private capacity
and he does not
know that this
is being written.
I asked him
what had been
his overall im-
pression in Pal-
estine. He went
to his valise and
pulled out four
volumes of
Shakespeare and
I could under-
stand his pleas-
ure at seeing the
great English
bard translated
into Hebrew.
"I was in Pal-
estine," he said,
"only a few
weeks, and the
dangers of trav-
el from city to
city are so great that I was forced to spend most of
my time in Tel Aviv.
"Well," I said, "what was your feeling about
the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv?"
"Well." he replied, "I felt tremendously at
ease there."
"At ease now?" I exclaimed.
"Yes, despite all you read in the papers, I
is a strange feeling of cor,: n e i n '' It's
not a foolish confidence. It's ju.st a wonderful
spirit, something, I think, which is new in Jewish
life. I was talking there with the owner of a little
orange juice stand. He said to me: It may !>
will all be exterminated, but we shall never go
back to the old Jewish ghetto life. It's either a
revived Jewish nation or complete extinct
"This was the spirit I saw all about. The
people know that they will have to make many
sacrifices. One man said to me no nation was ever
born without the spilling of blood.
"Every n )W and then we would see them
carrying bodies of these martyrs through the
Harry Snnonhojj
auout uiaa.......o ,
:
"They are d i
Pal Simonhof
boo
am
TeC0Tti course the Arab I
"*''.
, industrial dfvdopme"
Sdostry and ir
"ut S id Mr. Simonhoff, "I didn't
imply that 11
about the conduct of the n
fries, and I think we Jews h
be able t i tal
Palestine Arabs are a ncerned, but I am no
: m thi ability to i
t Arab lands. Tl
10 "So," I said, "you did not teel entirely at
ease in Palestine." T
N not in that sense, but in an >tn
experienced a feeling of relaxation
I have never encountered be!
i mean," said, "j u fell
ill-Jewish city. It tl
f you."
"Well," said Simonhoff, "if you won- tel
anyone. I will let you ;n on a secret, which m
n't like."
t is that?"I said.
"Well, I think the greatest thing I felt in the
all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv was that I didn't fee!
like a J. w- I felt like a human being."
"I think 1 see what you mean." I said. "You
parateness most where one
is a minority."
"Yes." he said, "the Jew in Tel Aviv feels an
entirely liberated human being. He no longer has
to explain, ap ilogize or justify his Ji He
ran friends are Christians."
Cantor Kate At
it<>fh Jacob
Canl t Sholom Katz. chief can-
tor "of Kish. nev, will chant tta
, Friday evening and Sat-
u.,lav morning at Congregation
Beth Jacob. The Cantor has ap-
I in some of the largest
synagogues m the country nd !
said to be one of the greatest hv-
cantors.
Dunn:: the Nazi regime, Can-
tor Katz miraculously saved a
ontingent ,f Jews condemned to
death in a concentration camp by
, rendition of the El Mole Ra-
chamim which touched even the
ts oi the Nazis.
[n addition to his appearance
. jervices at Beth Jacob on Fri-
gid Saturday morning, he
Will :,:, sent a concert on Feb-
Ist at the Congregation at
eta for the two events
,ble at the synagogue

Cantor Sholom Rat*
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
met on Wednesday at the home
of Miss Vivian Cirlin. 1754
Meridian Ave.
cm lying uouies oi uit/ac nituiws miuu^u toe ran say, oome
streets. But this caused no dampening of the spirit. He is the least nari iw Jew in the world. As
"The Jews have terrible hatred of the Shake;: i
n-its.u *_.. ___ v~ ~r *u-. a ...,u~ a-., t----___ ___, .....,\. it .
Britishfar more than of the Arabs. Any Jew can
reel off to you by page and chapter the multitude
Shakes;.' are v uld say, There is more on heaven
and ear".::. 11 iratio, than is dream of in your
philosophy'."
Rod Cross Uvts
New Manager
Truman H. Solverud, a native
of Minnesota is the new manager
of Dade County Chapter, Amer-
ican Red Cross, it was announced
by H. H. Hyman, chapter chair-
man.
Solverud succeeds Miss Alice
M. Cooper who resigned Sept. 1.
Acting manager until Solverud's
appointment was C. Ben Stan-
ton of the Red Cross southeast-
ern area office in Atlanta.
From December. 1943 until his
assignment to Miami, Solverud
was assistant manager of the
American Red Cross midwestern
area in St. Louis, headquarters
for 17 midwestern states. Pre-
Emanon At Beth David
Members of the Emanon Club
will participate in the religious
services this evening at Beth
David Congregation. The club
president, Samuel Kratish, an-
nounces that a discussion forum
will follow, and requests all club
members to attend the services.
A recorded Eternal Light, radio
program, Unle Ezra's Parable on
Ignorance and Superstition." will
be presented following the next
regular meeting of the club Wed-
nesday, at 8:15 p.m. at the Mi-
ami "Y.*
.Mrs. 4 oheii Heads
JWU \u\iliarv
Mrs. Ed C hen has be< n eli I
president of the Ladies Auxi
Smith-Be: nbaum Post. Jew I
War Vi tei an I lth< fficers in-
clude Mrs. Rae Woloshyn, vice
lent; Mr. B Schacht, cor-
responding etar; Mrs. David
irtz, se Mi M
Mrs. Nal Hill.
publii :-v chairman Mi
' Mrs. M.
viously, he served the organiza-
tion in various capacities for
seven years.
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Hotel Division
Drive Plans
Set In Motion
Plans for the participation of
the hotel industry in the area for
the 1948 Federation drive have
been completed, it has been an-
nounced by the division chair-
man, Marcie Liberman. A quota
of $250,000 has been set.
Serving as co-chairmen are
Irving Frankel, Sam Lachman
and Joe Gardner. Executive com-
mittee members are Arthur Ad-
ler, Leamington Hotel; Abe Al-
lenberg. Boulevard Hotel; David
S. Andron, Pierre Hotel; Sid
Birnbaum, Tamiami Hotel;
Charles Cohen, Martinique Hotel;
Jennie Grossinger, Grossinger's
Pancoast Hotel; Paul Grossinger,
Grossinger's Pancoast Hotel; Nat
Hankoff; Al Jacobs, Lord Tarle-
ton Hotel; Walter Jacobs, Lord
Tarleton Hotel; Harry Koretsky,
National Hotel; Ralph Lachman.
Sovereign Hotel; Mrs. Bertha
Halamut, Versailles Hotel; Joe
Morris, St. Moritz Hotel; Mickey
Michaels, Cadillac Hotel; Samuel
Rivkind, Raleigh Hotel; Joseph
M. Rose. Royal Palm Hotel; Her-
man Sehatzberg, Nemo Hotel; Ed
Singer, National Hotel, and Harry
Sirkin. Albion Hotel.
+Jeni*tincridri&r?
PAGE ELEVEN
Senior Judea Elects
Miss Rosenbaum
Miss Sybil Rosenbaum was
chosen president for 1948 of the
Senior Judaea Club of Miami
Beach at a recent meeting of the
group. Other officers elected
were the Misses Osheroff, vice-
president; Joyce Bruckner, rec-
ording secretary; Doris Rosen-
baum, corresponding secretary;
Bunny Jens, treasurer, and Es-
telle Merlin, program chairman.
Nathaniel Stone, retiring presi-
dent, announced that the group,
wh.ih is composed of young peo-
ple from 15 to 17 years, will
shortly embark upon a leader-
ship training program, under the
auspices of the Zionist Youth
Commission, for the purpose of
training qualified leaders for
salaried positions. Those selected
will conduct younger groups of
a similar nature. The meetings
Will begin on February 1st. Spon-
sor of the club is Theodore Nel-
son.
Dinner-Dance Success
The dinner-dance recently held
at the Beachcomber for the bene-
fit of the Jewish Home for the
Aged was pronounced a "great
success" by Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry, president of the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary. The
affair which was completely sold
out a week before the event was
attended by 710 guests.
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Use. Alto for Hebrew Schools.
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Levinson Food
Specialty Named
Tamar Distributors
Tamar Food Products, Inc., of
New York City has announced'the
appointment of Levinson Food
Specialty. 165 N.E. 24th St.. Mi-
ami, as regional distributor for
the entire line of Tamar Kosher
Canned Meats. The local firm,
headed by Louis Levinson of this
city, is now handling orders for
the popular Tamar Products
which have won widespread ap-
proval throughout the country.
"Housewives are especially
pleased with Tamar Kosher Meats
because of their great conveni-
ence. To prepare an appetizing
Kosher meat meal formerly
meant long hours of tedious work
in the kitchen. But now, thanks
to Tamar, it's just a matter of
minutes to whip up a delicious
savory meat dinner to serve the
whole family. That's because
Tamar Kosher Meats are pre-
cooked to the peak of perfection
juicy and tenderaccording to
favorite time-tested Jewish re-
cipes," Mr. Levinson said in dis-
cussing the new product he will
add to his present group of na-
tionally known brands.
"Tamar uses only the finest
meatthe choicest cuts erf U.S.
Government inspected kosher
beefall beef, prepared and
packed in the United States under
strictest rabbinical supervision.
"Quality and kashruth are as-
sured; and, best of all, Tamar
Kosher Meats are surprisingly
economical," he added.
"Because of their unusual con-
venience, Tamar Kosher Meats
have proved to be a grand in-
novation in meal-planning. Now,
a housewife need only open a can
of Tamar, heat, add vegetables
to the gravy, and serve; and
there, without fuss or bother, is
a tempting meat dinner that rivals
the finest home-coooking. An en-
tire week's menus may be planned
with the four varieties of Tamar:
Tamar Kosher Goulash, Beef,
Hamburger Steak, and Meat
Loaf."
All four types of Tamar Kosher
Canned Meats are now available
throughout the Miami area.
Grocers who have not yet been
supplied can contact Levinson
Food Specialty, 165 N.E. 24th St.,
for immediate service.
Sid Tenenbaum, the erratic
All-American basketball player
has finally come to a decision
concering his future pro hoop
activities. After starting the sea-
son with Minneapolis and serving
briefly with Jersey City and
Brooklyn, NYU's former great
playmaker has joined the New
York Knickerbockers.

Jackie Goldsmith's stay with
the Toledo Jeeps has come to an
end. Much as we predicted in a
pre-season column the flashy,
eagled-eyed shooting star from
Long Island University found his
lack of height an insurmountable
barrier. One of the better paid
stars in the National League,
Jackie was cut adrift when it be-
came apparent that his pheno-
menal set shooting did not hold
up once his club went into action.
Because of his diminutive size
Goldsmith found himself at a
disadvantage on defense, on de-
fense. His man would automat-
ically take him into the pivot spot
from where he could dunk hook
shots over ttlile Jackie's out-
stretched hands.
? *
Sid Luckman is permanently
settled in Chicago. The Chicago
Bear quarterback is moving his
family from the east to the Windy
City so that Sid can take over
the management of a motor com-
pany agency. At the present time,
El Sid is negotiating with the
Bears for a new contract. Coach
George Halas insists on having
Luckman for two more years
after which the T. formation
quarterback duties will be turned
over to Johnny Lujack and Bobby
Layne, late of Notre Dame and
Texas.
Jews In Sports
St. Louis University's basket-
ball team thrilled Madison Square
Garden recently with a mar-
velous display of passing and
shooting dexterity. Gardens fans,
who are predominantly Jewish,
wen. all out for tnis Catholic
School five. Although Marvin
Schatzman only played about
eight minutes he exhibited a ter-
rific one hand hook shot and fine
ball hawking ability. We believe
that he will make a fine prospect
for the professional leagues after
he completes his college competi-
tion.
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A regular meeting of the Miami
Beach Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah was held
Wednesday at the Fleetwood Ho-
tel. Guest speaker was Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman.
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PAGE TWELVE
Joseph M. Lipton, Dade Federal Pres
Reveals Resources Exceed $20,000,000
At the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association of Miami. > president, reported some very interesting figures ^*. I
Tas been ouTprivilege to again play an .mportant parm the
transition from wartime economy to peacetime, especially
the field of savings and housing.______________________________
"Dade Federal has continued<>
to render a real service to Great-
er Miami through its promotion
Beach Office Moves
The secretarj M'am'
Beach Lod* V* Bn*
ow located at 605 Lu Road-
Hit. 605. in the fl l
L Greene. weU-knc
broker,
space without cost to the
The phone nun '--''
FRIDAY. JANUARY 23,
of thrift and home-ownership.
Dade Federal closed the year 1946
with resources totaling more than
$16,000,000, whereas, on Decem-
ber 31, 1947, we closed with more
than $20,000,000, an increase of
number, we have ben able to
add about $300,000 to our...
and surpluses, after paying off oi
our expenses and 23 dividends
to all of our membi
-We have during the year built
and installed a new. moderi .
fireproof vault which will give
even better service than we havi
been giving in the past
Mr. Upton clo.-cd his rcp<:'
pledging to devotr the Associa-
tion's efforts toward encouraging
debt-fiee home-ownership and to
further the interest of thrift tor
all of our people. Said Mr. Lip-
ton, "these are the principles up-
on which our business is founded
and to that end we are looking
forward with confidence."
Membership Tea
A n
A Mrs. J. C. G
Road, wil
Home fo. I I
at 1:30 P-i ''
been
membei
The Gesu Drama Guild, a
non-sectarian organization, will
present a Gilbert and Sullivan
operetta "The Gondoliers' on
February 24th and 25th at the
Miami Edison High School au-
ditorium. Reservations may be
secured by calling 9-1424.
Mavor Marcie Lieberman of Miami Beach, who has *&**
,, chairmanship of the hotel division in th. 1948 Combing J.
u i^Zri of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. rectW *.
15 .P^rstron. his co-chairman. Jo. Gardner, flanked b/
?2. Sam Lachman and Irving TnnUL
"Greeters Frolic and Dance"
will be presented by the Hotel
Greeters of Tropical Charter
19. for the third successive
year, tomorrow evening it tat
Sovereign Hotel. The affair a
open to non-members and then
will be no admission charga,
Joseph M. Lipton
approximately $4,000,000. The
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami has in-
creased in savings accounts dur-
ing the year 1947 of over $2,500,-
000."
Mr. Lipton also noted in his ad-
dress to the membership that
over 3100 savings accounts were
opened during the past year.
"During 1947," said Mr. Lipton,
"we have placed a total of 1,689
loans totaling close to $11,000,000.
thus, at the close of business De-
cember 31, 1947, Dade Federal
has a total mortgage loan invest-
ment of over $18,150,000, an all
time high for the Association. To
further break-down this mort-
gage loan amount: Over $1,333,000
was loaned to veterans at the
rate of 4% per annum: FHA
mortgages insured by the Fed-
eral Housing Administration of
over $4,448,000." Altogether it
was pointed out that the Dade
Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation has 31% of its mortgage
loans insured, or guaranted by
either the Veterans Administra-
tion or the Federal Housing Ad-
ministration.
"It has been one of our objec-
tives," said Mr. Lipton, "to make
more housing available parti-
cularly to veterans, however, the
major objective has been and will
continue to be to make certain
that funds entrusted to your As-
sociation are carefully and con-
scientiously invested in home
mortgages of the best quality.
Carefully selected mortgages of
this class are considered the
soundest of all private invest-
ments."
Mr. Lipton continued, and in
speaking of reserves said, "No
one today doubts that the pro-
vision for sufficient reserve con-
stitutes sound managerial policy.
Our reserves amount to 6.1% of
our total assets, and more than
10% reserve against our own
mortgages, exclusive of F.H.A.
and veterans loans. At the present
time our surplus is over $1,227,-
000."
"In spite of the fact that dur-
ing the past several years in-
terest rates on mortgages hav*1
been on a downward path parti-
cularly with regards to veterans
and F.H.A. loans of which we
have been making a considerable
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PAGE THIRTBBN
Joint Forum Series by Gables B'nai B'rith
Hillel Groups Present Dr. Gordon Love joy
"The World We Live In" will be the subject of the forth-
coming Coral Gables B'nai B'rith-Hillel Forum series to be held
at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Chairman of the series
is Sidney Lewis. Lectures and discussions will be held every
month and will be open to the public.
The lectures will cover the
I fields of modern science, art, lit-
erature, psychology, philosophy,
the humanities and religion. Fol-
I lowing the lectures open discus-
sion will be held, after which re-
freshments will be served by the
ladies of the Coral Gables
| Auxiliary.
Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy will be
I the speaker at the first meeting
on Tuesday at 8:30. Dr. Lovejoy
[fills the chair of professor of
Human Relations at the Uni-
[versity of Miami. He is the au-
Ithor of a number of articles and
is a member of the American
Sociological Society, National
Geographic Society. During the
I war Dr. Lovejoy served in the
[Navy for three years.
------------------------------------------.
Zionist Luncheon Held
[Weekly on Wednesday
Abe Goodman, a member of
I the National Executive of the
Zionist Organization of America,
addressed the Miami Beach Zion-
[ist District Luncheon Club Wed-
nesday at the National Hotel. The
I Luncheon Club will meet every
[Wednesday at 12:15 at the hotel.
|The public is invited to attend..
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
IMiami Beach Jewish Center, will
[be guest of honor and speaker at
| the luncheon scheduled for this
I week.
Dr. Gordon Lovejoy
I landau Chapter Hosts
The Clara Hirsch Landau
[Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
| Women, were hostesses Monday
to the Tropical Lodge of B'nai
[B'rith at a joint meeting and en-
tertainment held at Temple Beth
Isholom. On the program were
[Ronnie Zobel, Jack Harris, Evan
[Stein, Al Kaplan and Shirley
ICollegeman.
Dedication ceremonies of a
icroll contributed to the He-
brew Academy, 918 6th St., by
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretthols.
honoring the memory of their
on Sydney, will be held Sun-
day at I p.m.. in the auditorium
of the Academy. Prominent
local leaders will address the
gathe*ing of members and
hiei.ds and a musical program
is scheduled.
Cellist At Symphony
Gregor Piatigorsky, 'cellist, will
appear Sunday and Monday with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra at the fourth
pair of subscription concerts pre-
sented this season. The program
will consist of overture to Ben-
venuto Cellini, English Folk
Songs, Tod Und Verklaei ung. and
Concerto in B Minor, Op. .104.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaging in busi-
nesa under tin. fictitious name or
PARK BAR, at 2541 I'alm Avenue,
Hlaleah, Florida, and Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
[lie Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IIAKllY SCHWARTZ.
ESTHER KAUZIN.
MARVIN RAUZTN,
WAHMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name o'
FLAGLER POOD SHOP at 271 Bast
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intend
lo register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
l'l"i Ida.
jack could
edward houan
Petitioners.
MYERS, HB1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners.
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
Obituary
MRS. ANNA SALZMAN GROSSMAN
Aged 54, of 220 N.W. Fourth St.,
died Wednesday. She Is survive,i i,\
two daughters, Mrs. Victoria Kuohler
and Miss Edith Salzman, and three
sons. Harry. Clarence and Sidney,
Services were conducted Thursday in
the Riverside Memorial chapel. Burial
was In aft Sinai cemetery.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
|1N TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11'1'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FuR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
. IN CHANCERY. No. 114148.
[UAKCARET EVELYN STUBER.
llaintlff. vs. JOHN EDWARD
BTUBBR, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|TO. JOHN EDWARD STUBER,
L36 Steuben Street,
I ii a. New York
V"t\ JOHN EDWARD STL'BKK,
Mil s.. residence Is stated above, are
ereby notified to file your appearance
IJn the above cause for divorce on or
Ittfore February 24, 1948, otherwise a
P< pro confesso will be entered
|against you.
E. B. LEATHERMA.N.
Clerk, above Court.
|tt ii cult Court Seal)
By M. C. OREBN.
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOK!
Attorney for Plaintiff
l*J Olympla Building
Ukum, Florida
11/21-30 2/6-13
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
BIM TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
?LOKIDA. IN UMANtUll, NO.
_ mm.
JAN .COUFALL. PlalntlH, vs.
I '' < HJ.E COUFALL, Defendant.
I"' LUCILLE COUFALL. S717oth
street, Jackson Heights, Queens.
New York:
>' i ire hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill ot
eompiaint for divorce filed against
lu'.i. V JAN COUFALL, on or before
in day of February. 1948, otherwise
lull a"*at'ona of aald bill will be
I iiV.'v.',1." ""onfessed against you.
le.J ANI) oltl.KKHI) this lth
|*y of January, 1948.
E. B. LEATHEKMAN,
.,..... Clerk of the Circuit Court
|tllrrult Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
;,.,.,.,.,. Deputy Clerk.
l*OROg j. TALIANOFF
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "l-'icti-
tlous Name Statute," House Pill No,
1175. Chapter No. MM1, Laws ol
Florida. 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for
Dade County, Florida, upon receipt
of proof of the publication of this
notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt:
PARK PHARMACY under Which we
are engaged In business. We expect
to engage In business at number 2200
Southwest Eighth Street, In the City
of Miami. Florida.
That the parties interested In saw
business enterprise, are as follows:
HENRY OILMAN
SOPHIE OILMAN
RUDOLPH SCH Kit
SALLY BCHBR
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants.
1/23-30 2/6-13-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
FLORIDA. IN AND I-OR I'AI'L
COUNTY; IN CHANCERY, no.
NORMAN A. C.ILLKN. r!aintlff. vs.
BELLE (ilLLKN, Defendant.
YOU. BELLE GlLLBN, c o Omeral
Delivery. SAN FRANCISCO, I AL1-
FORMA, are notified to file your
appearance in the above i .ii.se or di-
vorce, on or before February 19. IW,
or a decree pre confess,, w.ll be en-
tered against you
DATED: ^^^V. .lEKM.^,
ClerK.
(Circuit Court SBStt r (.K|,,.N
Deputy Clerk
WABMAN, silvi:i: and BAKOWIT1S,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1/23-30 2/6-13 ^__^_
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Foil DADE COUNTY, FWlRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113810.
FRANCES G. GROUX, l'laintlff, vs.
KENNETH I.. (iUOUX, Defendant.
TO: KENNETH L. GROUX,
HO Grove Street
Tarreytown, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Hill of com-
plaint riled In the above styled cause,
m or before February 6th, 1948, Other-
Wise tile Kill of Complaint Will DO
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks In The Jewish Fiondian, a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this Oth day of January,
1918.
E. B. LEATHEKMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
1/9-U-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Star Watch and Jewelry at 45 N.W.
1st Street, Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PIX)RBNCE PELTZ
Sole Owner.
Weinstein, Welnstein and Weinstein
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No.
18098.
RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK DBUT8CH, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Frank Deutsch deoeased,
and that on the 2nd day of February,
1948, will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executor of the Estate of Mann
Deutsch, deceased.
This 31st day of December, 1947.
LEWIS CHESTER,
Executor.
MARX II. FEIN BERG
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.
Tl'th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
HERMAN MACK
Petitioner.
MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Herman Mack
1/2-9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t*at
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name ef
Kelly's Drive In at 1100 N. VT. Le
Jeune Road, Miami, Florida, Intense
to register said name with the ClerK
of the Circuit Court of Dade Ceuaty.
Florida.
KELLY'S INC.
FRANK K. SOLOMON
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 ef
Club 79 at 766 E. 25Ui Street, Hlaleah,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Ceurt
of Dade County, Florida.
SAM H. BRUSa
Sole Owner
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
Fortune Stores at 27 N.E. let Avenue.
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MEYER FINE, INC.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioner
606 Seybold Building
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114014.
PAULA SEIGENBERG, Plalntm, vs.
Solomon L. SEIGENBERG. De-
fendant.
THE STATE I >F FLORIDA:
TOi SOLOMON L. SEIGENBERG
iTi". East 16th 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
I2th day of February. 1948, otherwise
the allegation of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Older he published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 13th day of January,
1948.
E. B, LEATHERMA.N.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
1708 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,da' ,AcOB H COHBN
Sole Owner.
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS^I^-VEN that
thTOeYalgned. a^*ES
business un.le, He MetttOUS ';""'
Dolores mouses al t0
K1"da- MAYER P. REINER
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 114044.
JOHN MICHAEL BARONE, Plaintiff,
vs. MARY PAULA BARONE, De-
fendant.
TO: MARY PAULA BARONE
1116 Tiffany Street
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before February 13, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this 13th day of January,
19IS.
E. B. LEATHEKMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
a ttoi ney at Law
IM3 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1 Hi -23-30 2/6
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113696.
ahull LEVEINB, Plaintiff, vs.
UWRENCE LEVEINB, Defend-
ant.
TO: LAW KEN CE LEVEINB
Residence Unknown
i.i 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 BUI of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks in the Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of December,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit CourL
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAJN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
12/26 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
A & G Plumbing Contractors at 1121
Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach. Flew.
Intend to register aald name wit*
the Clerk of the Ciroult Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NATHAN OORELICIC
DAVID AUGUSTUS
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Petitioners
412 Congress Bldg.
1219-26 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 ot
BOZART RADIO at 63 N. B. 2nd
Street, Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES BOZART
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLEN'S TRADING STORE at 146
Northwest Fourteenth Street, Miami,
Florida. Intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RUTH MILLEK
Wasman, Silver & Sakowlts
Attorneys for Applicant
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Is
business under the fictitious name of
MAS GROCERY at 4416 N.W. 17th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends te
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT F. SHANNON
Petitioner.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner.
12/19-26 1/2-9-1S
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114*00,
HOPE DOANB, Plaintiff, vs.
ROBERT E. DOANE, Detendnnt.
STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ROBERT E. DOANB
Lincoln Hotel
Salem, Massachusetts
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appeal I., the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 20th day
of February, 19 IS; otherwise the al-
ienations of said Hill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you
I., i this order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED Chls 20th day of January,
1948.
B. B. LEATHERMA.N.
Clerk, Circuit court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H, RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Bldg.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
.usiness under the fictitious name of
Gordon Roofing and Sheet Metal
Works at 414 S.W. 22nd Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida. Intend to register eald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JACK GORDON
IDA R. GORDON
SAN FORD S. FAUNCB
Attorney for Applicants
566 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 of
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
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113723.
RUTH TOWERS. Plaintiff, vs.
nathan towers, Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO! NATHAN TOWERS,
156$ East 8th Street,
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In tne
above-styled cause on or before the
26th day of January, 1948; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken aa confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 26th day of December.
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
A. J. KAPLAN
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Build
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUKV
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
20288.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEWIS LEWENSTE1N.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to preeent any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN do-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. FKANK BLANTOM,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office In tne
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, 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.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Dated January 8, A. D. 1948.
JOSEPH BURKHOLZ,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of LEWIS LEWEN-
STEIN, Deceased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executor
1/16-23-30 2/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMM
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113900.
Lois C. Herget, Plaintiff, vs.
Emll L. Herget, Defendant.
TO: EMIL L. HERGET, 88-46 1X6UI
Street, Hollls, Long Island. New
York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill or
complaint for divorce filed against you
by LOIS C. HERGET on or before
the 6th day of February. 1948. otner-
wlse the allegations of said bill will
be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED Uile '.'til
day of January, 1948.
E. B. LEATHEKMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GKEKN,
Deputy Clerk.
GEOROE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plalntitf
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage lo
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Watch Crystal Co. at 127 N.M.
1st Avenue. Miami. Fla. intends te
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ot Dad* County,
Florida
ROBERT KUTN1



+jenitrfrric/ton
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23,1948
PAGE FOURTEEN
Tfilah President
lies Suddenly
Rev. Israel Shaie Jacobson.
president of Congregation Beth
Tfilah. passed away Tuesday.
January 13th of Miami Beach at
the age of 72. Following services
conducted by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky at Beth Tfilah Wed-
nesday, the remains were sent
to New York by the Riverside
Memorial Chapel.
Rev. Jacobson was president of
the Congregation from the time
of its construction and remained
as its executive until his death.
A brother. Jacob L. Jacobson,
New York, passed away within
an hour of Rev. Jacobson's demise.
Surviving the Reverend are
his wife, Bessie; three sons.
Rabbi Abraham Jacob. and
Rabbis David and Nathan Jacob-
son, all of New York; three
daughters. Mrs. Robert Gordis.
wife of Rabbi Gordis. of Rock-
away Park, and Mrs. Irving
Teicher and Mrs. Irving S ('.'hen
of New York; a brother. Rev.
Hillel Jacobson. and a sister Mrs
Hannah Halkin. also of New
York.
Congregation and Sisterhood
meetings were postponed due to
the death of the president.
Hebrew Speaking Group
Hold Holiday Observance
The Histadruth L'tarbuth Iv-
rith will hold a Chamisho Osor
B'shevat celebration on Sunday
at 3 p.m.. at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. P. Puchkoff. 1130 S.W, 9th
St. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Con-
gregation Beth David, v.:
guest speaker. Cantor L. Feder
will sing Hebrew sele A
Emanuel, an activ :n the
group's activities, will also speak.
J. Z. Stadlon. chairman, will
side.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Shapiro and Can-
ill officiate. Dr.
,., Mamchi
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Tfflafc
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackov*y.
Friday evening vices it .>:30,
Saturday mon minyan
at 7 a.m.. second at 9. 1.
Rackovsky will speak on Ereu
yisrael." Mincha at 4 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. A pro-
-ram of Zmi
anged for th..... n H
tack II speak on ,h<"
>ortion of the Wi Maai
5-15 p.m. Daily mornin
minyan at 7 a.m. foil
,y 1 class in mishna. & '
,n at 8 a.m. Daily mincha
services at 5:15 Mowed by
! class in Jewish laws and cus-
oms. Maariv at U p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Late F ''" :,t
i;30. Rabb G ak ""
Red' :' Land
f Redemptioi
. x 1 a
; ... at 7:30 a.m and
,.,. Rabbi Grauei will prea
A Song ol the Ocean." Mincha
. 4.45 p.m, 1; 1 trailer will
deliver a traditional Sha
ha. Snr.a.:v Scho >\ 10
Daily is M 1""i i''' '
p.m. AZA-BBG Youth S.
and Breakfast Sunday morning
at 9 a .'s and [ii Is ov< 1
13. Hebrew Religious Scho J M in-
day through Thursday, 3:30 to
p.m. Sunday Relii ius School
Sunday morning 10 to 12 noon.
Pr< -Kindi ten School M01
: rnings. 9 to 12
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12lh ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL
Frid e\ 1 nj
p m late I 8:15
p,. Rabb: April will I*** "
at 10
- vices
I K ,n. Rabbi Bmeritu.
wi be guest
1 "I l,\l'
and will di
Will W Id Re-De
Land?'
How
Holy-
ill be dedicated
ho will
ception
after
a
Mlow i ediately
Floral offering has been
Ust in memory
, wife. Dora Sabbath serv-
Studenta serv-
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301- 30 a.m
311 Washington ave.. Miami ; ,n m Sunday morn-
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloft: (..;h |( 8;30 a.m.
Cantor Louis J. Feder. ^^ (,,lip ,oad by
Sabbath Eve x Shapiro, Sunday
. 4.30 ,1, i l() 15 to 11:15. Blbto
f nrt LV ._ ___....
5 Ml I
es at a iu pi ; very morning in me syna-
15 to 7:45 under dl-
w.ll lecture .n T, Levetan.
Cantor SI REFORM
ducted by Rabbi Raab at 8ls
p.m. a '
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, iu
Cheje iw- Miami Betch. rJIJJ
Leon KronUh; Cantor StnZ
Kelemer. w""
Friday evening service at 815
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak
"The Earth Is Mine" Saith J
Lord. Sabbath service at m
a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
all services. Sunday school at 9
render the musical portions \\
a.m. for children from the ate
of 4'* to 14Vz. High school^
Jewish studies. Sunday mornini
at 9:45 a.m. for young people 15
years of age and over. Classa
alternate weekday afternoons-
boys and girls from the ages of
7 Vi to 13. Nursery school daily
children from the age of l\
morning and afternoon sessions
to 5.
K shi nev.
cantor Early Sabbat
Sabbat
;. 30 R
1 .1 th. Sar
Bi lyn, will
!!.- sermon 1
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a 10, un-
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both group '' : Bren-
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 5:30.
Late Friday evening service at
B:15, Rabbi Lehrman will pri
on "A Toast I 1 the Future." This
will be lure in tin
.. 1 1 entitl. Pali
A Ri al ': Canl >\
ml '
Saturda; ning sen
1 Rabbi 1
h on "The Wi klj I
'.i"ii ol thi Law." Jun
t 10 a.n ::/. \
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches.
Dramatization Feature 0i
Beach AJC Meeting
Miami Beach Chapter, Florida
Women's Division of America
Jewish Congress, will hold in
regular meeting Monday at 1
o'clock at the Miami Beach Con-
Trees and Men in common ni a- ^ Center ^ ?
tionofA : pay.afcrttwhoU- ^^ regJonal dirictor 0,
The Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Sen Friday night. Rabbi
Max Kaufman, assisted by the
; ,ondUCt the services
n t"p:c
will be "Of
io The birthdays
f the 1 nfi Sunday School
1 lei rated on Sun-
Vrtl Al< x inder, Harvey
Joel Gold t'-in. Bar-
1: ris, Sandra Schiffman
; i Herman (ButctO Sunn.
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath evi services Friday
: :i Rabb Zw tman will
h on "A S'.n^ of Faith."
veek's
IF n, Ex-dus. Ch. 15)
I recepl n will follow.
'.!:.- Maurice Serotta will light
andli A lull study course
ns Saturday morn-
at ten Sabbath morning
es at eleven
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Servi es Frida) 1 vening ci >n-
Anti-Defamation League, wi
discuss the community chest
drive. "Birth of a Bill," 1
dramatization, will be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Fred-
erick Grossberg, chairman d
committee on law and social ac-
tion. Mrs. Clarence Cohen, chat-
ter president, will preside at tot
meeting.
Temple Sisterhood Plant
For Coming Garden Party
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a meeting of its planniBj
committee for the forthcominj
garden party on Monday, at the
home of Mrs. J. A. Richter,
North Bay Road. The meet]
which will be in the nature of A
>f, v.iii tak place at 11
a.m. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub i |
n...tee chairman.
Irving Blasberq. Treasurer
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JAY, JANUARY 23, 1948
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
+Jewlst Ihiiiitr
PAGE FIFTEEN
JACOB EPSTEIN
t-!,.l b, NORMAN and SOL MODEL
M ... RHOOA B SIMON
POISED AW CONDEMNED
' PERHAPS MORE THAN ANV OTHER
MODERK SCULPTOR, HE STILL
GIVES CRITICS NEW WORK FOR
HOT DEBATE -
BORH IN 1880 ON NEW YORK'S TEEMING
EAST SIOE OF IMMIGRANT JEWISH
PARENTS, JACOB'S CHILDHOOD WAS SPENT
SKETCHING TAWDRY PUSHCARTS AND
VARIOUS TYPES Of JEWS WHO OWNED
THEM. | t ^t
lIi. I
AfTER STUDYIN6 AT THE EDUCATION-
AL ALLIANCE ART SCHOOL AND THE
ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE,HI LEFT FOR
PARISINI902,DETERMINEDT0BE
A 6REAT SCULPTOR/
PENNILESS. EPSTEIN MANAGED TO GET
THROUGH THE ECOLEDES BEAUX ARTS
AND THE ACADEMIE JULIEN IN PARIS,
WINNING MANY IMPORTANT AWARDS.
1H Wtf.HE RETURNED TO LONDDN, MARRIED A
SCOTTISH 6IRL AND SETTLED DOWN TO WORK.
HE SERVED AS A MODEL AT AN ART SCHOOL
NIGHTS, TO EKE OUT HIS LIVING, BUT
DAYS HE CONCENTRATED FEVERISHLY ON
ART.
THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.IN 1908,
COMMISSIONED HIM TO DECORATE THE FRONT OF
THEIR HEW BLHLPIN6. EPSTEIN'S NUDE.SYMBOLIC
FI6URES DREW AN ALTERNATE STORM OF PROTEST
AND PRAISE. THE ROW MADE THE 20-YEAR OLD
ARTIST A PUBLIC FI6URE
FROM THEN ON,HIS NAME WAS
MAGIC. WHEN"RWA" "BEHOLD THE
MAN'AND "GENESIS" WERE FIRST
EXHIBITED, THE PAPERS FUMED FOR
WEEKS WITH COMMENTS PRO AND CON.
IT WAS THE STATUE "ADAM" THAT
CREATED THE GREATEST FUROR.
PRACTICALLY BANNED IN ENGLAND,
IT WAS EXHIBITED IN AMERICA IN
1940, WHERE THE CONTROVERSY"
SIMMERED DOWN TO RESPECTFUL
ACCEPTANCE OF A GREAT WORK.
: fUJi If, "^r; i 6 \ tjfeilj
EPSTEIN PUBLISHED A VIVID AUTO-
BIOGRAPHY IK 1940, WHICH ALSO
CONTAINS A CATALOGUE OF HIS
CHIEF WORKS.
LIKE MICHELANGELO, HE ENDOWED HIS WORK
WITH A UNIVERSAL QUALITY, ALMOST
MAKING HIS MARBLE BREATHE WITH LIFE.
THIS IS THE SCULPTOR WHO WORKS FOR
ETERNITY, THE CREATOR OF BEAUTY-
'Copthi&ht
xssah Needs
stine Supplies
i we* k :i group of Hadassah
fcrs fiom Greater Miami
to sew new clothes for
lugees .vtreaming into Pal-
I With the increase number
he creation of a Jewish
[ great deal of help is
to supply the heavy de-
^nd Mrs. Fred F. Newman,
an of the project in this
^nity, has asked all willing
to go to the home of
\. Miller Wednesdays at 846
an Ave., Miami Beach, be-
[10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Those
ng are asked to bring a
?, a i..'edle and a sand-
|The H;idassah committee
the r.st.
pents having odd material
nay he made into dresses,
|or children's clothes, or
re asked to contact Mrs.
In at 1411 Collins ave., by
15-1353.
peers may also work at
home, Mrs. Newman advises, by
knitting articles of wearing ap-
parel, or even plain 6-ingh
squares.
Some of the women aiding reg-
ularly with the work include:
Mrs. Pauline De Koven, Mrs.
Lilly Rosengarten, Mrs. Max
Lippman, Mrs. Bloomer Lealer-
man, Mrs. A. Karg, Mrs. P. Weiss,
Mrs. Samuel Feldman, Mrs. Clara
Denner, Mrs. Ella Beckerman,
Mrs. Mary Goodman, Mrs. Fay
Cohen. Mrs. Yetta Sincoff, Mrs.
S. Shapiro, Mrs. S. Kargos, Mrs.
Rose Kampf, Mrs. Max Kolnick,
Mrs. Minnie Schneider, Mrs. H.
A. Garson, Mrs. Moses Kreiger,
Mrs. Barney Weinkle and Mrs.
Sarah Freed.
Mr. Joseph Press donated his
services by sewing 8 boys' shirts,
and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle started
her own group of 22 women to
aid in the work.
Beach Mizrachi Holds
Palestine Night Event
The Miami Beach Mizrachi
will present its annual Palestine
Night celebration at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue on Sunday at
6 p.m. The program will feature
a recent Palestinian motion pic-
ture.
Guest speaker will be Captain
Z. Kavitz, a member of the Ir-
gun, who has come to this coun-
try for a limited stay. The cap-
tain will speak on the most recent
events in the Holy Land. Dan
Satin will preside at the affair.
Washington Convention
At the executive meeting of
the Fifth District of B'nai B'rith
held recently in Charleston, plans
were laid for the next conven-
tion which will take place in
Washington, D. C. the last week
in May.
Iloach Hadassah
Theatre Party To
Attract Members
Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah membership committee
will sponsor two motion picture
shorts "Do You Hear Me?" and
"Forgotten Children," both de-
picting life in Palestine. The
showing will take place at the
Flamingo Theatre, 320 Lincoln
Road, Monday at 10:30 a.m. Can-
tor Kelemer will present a musi-
cal program and a short talk will
be given by Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Admission to the affair
will be free. Mrs. Carl Weinkle is
chairman of the committee with
Mrs. Morris* Wolf serving as co-
chairman.
The Only Community Wide Kashrulh Association
THE GREATER MIAMI
V A All HAKASHRITTH
communal project is a participating agency of the Greater
l Jewish Federation, and U sponsored by the following
gations and rabbis:
i Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving
ohrman
Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
i Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
liami
legation Beth Tfilah Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Mi-
|mi Beach
,Ic Reh Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach
Beach
ljter;.s Meat & Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
nor s i,iVe Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
I? iV. !ve Poultry, 320 Collins Ave.
Ydl Hacking Meat Co. (Wholesale Only), 515 Collins Ave.
Fman s Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave.
Fan 5 Kosher Meat St Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
man s Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
is Kosher Meat Market, Blackstone Food Center. 737
Washington Ave.
M Northwest Section
Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th St.
til. \V(;,Po.ultry Inc. (Wholesale Only), 155 N. W. 5th St.
'"''' Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 230 N. W. 5th St.
F'onai Kosher Provision Co., 230 N. W. 5th St.
aliH0Uu-thw.Mt Section
"u'y Kosher Food Market, 1961 S. W. 8th St.
hh. Ko|ner Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
Ave8St Kosher Mea* & Poultry Market, 1007 S. W. 27th
van & Venesky Live Poultry, 2011 S. W. 8th St.
1 w*y Section
FaI Whv Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
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BJJI I BJJJJJJJJJJ-.c-
FRIDAY, JANUARY
PAGE SIXTEEN
Spiritual
Guidance
Dr. Clinchy Says
Is Prime Requisite
By H. A. BINDER
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, presi-
dent of the National Conference
and the International Council of
Christians and Jews, is here on
a visit in the interest of the
and national program of American
Brotherhood Week which begins
on Washington's Birthday, Feb.
22.
In words that left no doubt as
to their meaning, he brought a
vital message of importance to a
group of leading Christians and
Jews, present at a press confer-
ence. Said Dr. Clinchy, "Spiritual
guidance is required for the pur-
pose of creating brotherhood un-
derstanding. And this under-
standing must be secured through
the media of six channels-
schools, radio, motion picture
newspapers, magazines, and civic
groups. Hate hurts. Where hate
abounds, people get hurt. First,
it is an individual, then a group
of people, later, a community,
eventually a nation Anti-Semit-
ism, anti Catholicism, anti-
Protestantism, then chaos. These
channels likened to
yeast, rising through enthusi
leadership, will bring to fru
the purpose for which 300 councils
will be organized during the
stimulating events of brotherhood
week.
"There is reason for optimism
and hopefulness for Western
civilization," Dr. Clinchy recalled
relating that during his first visit
in Berlin in 1932. speaking of
brotherhood among Christians
and Jews, to a selected group of
German industrialists, he was told
no need existed for that sort of
organization. He was also assured
by these leading business men.
that the people of Germany would
not follow a man like Hitler who
National CowieM
Seek Relatives
Mrs Florence Finkelstein, ex-
ecutive secretary of the Nat
Council of Jewish Women, M
Section, announ
tion is desired regarding the I I-
lowing pen ns
urwdnei
"III, I
Milch
ii8 h:
i Ida \ Una.
'
I' \:
. .
ildei) a m N- '
, of ''.
Coi n S i i i lellnaka, Lodi P
.: rmal in '"'
' "
. : K
. ::. of th< I
I
. .. Mi U
irounded in I
Dr. Louis Mai
s belni
by Maxim I n Wi ii iai k, ol Ru
IU8I
nei .... :.. b saw< ke, are s*i I
B.
if New Yoi
Brna K '-' oi '"

n re-
: iboUtS ol
asked to com-
municate with the Nati n
Council Office, 513 Congress
Building.
a.m. b|
The Union of Russian Jews. 55
West 42nd Si New York City,
are seeking information concern-
ing Barer or Barrere, Leonid, s n
of David and Mar:... born in
, 1891; als i hi ancle.
Barer Edward, who is being
t by a relative, F i n .
Barer.
. i l.._*ii rfinnnr dance to be given by the Miami section. 1
PUns for the third'annual b,fit dinner^d.nce beenycompleted. Fund, -
Council of Jewisn Women, Sund.ay a Council's overseas projects.
thC T^UnihSbo^^d'relmrol^^a^ation is scheduled lor Wednesday a, ,0
National Cash Register Buildmg.__Mianu,
Pollack Reception
Set For Sunday
Joseph Pollack, th St.,
will ; e honon d on entieth
a banquet and con-
cert tendered I y Branch 692.
nen's Circle, Sunday at 6
p.m.. at the Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton Av. Active with the organ-
. Life Members Social
Club of the Jewish Home for the
whuh is now known as
go, will hold Us first meet-
ing on Tuesday. January 27th,
at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
will be variety entertain-
ment following the business ses-
sion. The purpose of this meeting
is to afford a means for ill
members of the Jewish Hum
the Aged to get together art
come acquainted and discing
and means of helping to i
the needs of the Jewish 1
for the Aged. Life meraboj
those who have contributed
or more to the Home.
Reception-Dinner
Tendered by YIVO
To Dr. Liptzin
A dinner and reception h
ing Professor Sol Liptzin, si
: '. Academic Council of
advocated hate. When last sum-lthe Yi\ Yiddish Scientii
mer he again visited Berlin, the stitute) will be held Sunday, F< I -
city was in ruins, due to hate.
Dr. Clinchy said that German
civilization had vanished. .
During his conference with
General Clay, he was told that
German people did not know how-
to live together with people of
other nationalities, they needed
a spiritual foundation.
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BJJI I BJJJJJJJJJJ-.cFRIDAY, JANUARY %  PAGE SIXTEEN Spiritual Guidance Dr. Clinchy Says Is Prime Requisite By H. A. BINDER Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president of the National Conference and the International Council of Christians and Jews, is here on a visit in the interest of the and national program of American Brotherhood Week which begins on Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22. In words that left no doubt as to their meaning, he brought a vital message of importance to a group of leading Christians and Jews, present at a press conference. Said Dr. Clinchy, "Spiritual guidance is required for the purpose of creating brotherhood understanding. And this understanding must be secured through the media of six channelsschools, radio, motion picture newspapers, magazines, and civic groups. Hate hurts. Where hate abounds, people get hurt. First, it is an individual, then a group of people, later, a community, eventually a nation Anti-Semitism, anti Catholicism, antiProtestantism, then chaos. These channels likened to yeast, rising through enthusi leadership, will bring to fru the purpose for which 300 councils will be organized during the stimulating events of brotherhood week. "There is reason for optimism and hopefulness for Western civilization," Dr. Clinchy recalled relating that during his first visit in Berlin in 1932. speaking of brotherhood among Christians and Jews, to a selected group of German industrialists, he was told no need existed for that sort of organization. He was also assured by these leading business men. that the people of Germany would not follow a man like Hitler who National CowieM Seek Relatives Mrs Florence Finkelstein, executive secretary of the Nat Council of Jewish Women, M Section, announ tion is desired regarding the I Ilowing pen ns %  urwdnei "III, I Milch ii8 H: i Ida \ Una. %  %  I' \: %  ildei) a M N ,• of • %  ''. Coi n S i i i lellnaka, Lodi P • .: %  rmal in '" %  % % %  %  %  • : K ::. of th< I I .. %  Mi U irounded in I Dr. Louis Mai s belni by Maxim I n Wi ii iai k, ol Ru • IU8I nei .... :.. b saw< ke, are s*i I B. if New Yoi Brna K '-•'• %  • %  oi '" %  %  n re: • iboUtS ol asked to communicate with the Nati n Council Office, 513 Congress Building. a.m. B| The Union of Russian Jews. 55 West 42nd Si New York City, are seeking information concerning Barer or Barrere, Leonid, s n of David and Mar:... born in ••, 1891; als i hi ancle. Barer Edward, who is being %  t by a relative, F i n Barer. i L.._*II rfinnnr dance to be given by the Miami section. 1 PUns for the third'annual b,fit dinner^d.nce *•£ been y completed Fund, %  Council of Jewisn Women, Sund.ay a Council's overseas projects. thC T^UnihSbo^^d'relmrol^^a^ation is scheduled lor Wednesday a, ,0 National Cash Register Buildm g.__Mianu, Pollack Reception Set For Sunday Joseph Pollack, th St., will ; e honon d on entieth a banquet and concert tendered I y Branch 692. nen's Circle, Sunday at 6 p.m.. at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Av. Active with the organ. Life Members Social Club of the Jewish Home for the whuh is now known as go, will hold Us first meeting on Tuesday. January 27th, at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. will be variety entertainment following the business session. The purpose of this meeting is to afford a means for ill members of the Jewish HUM the Aged to get together art come acquainted and discing and means of helping to i the needs of the Jewish 1 for the Aged. Life meraboj those who have contributed or more to the Home. Reception-Dinner Tendered by YIVO To Dr. Liptzin A dinner and reception h ing Professor Sol Liptzin, si : '. Academic Council of advocated hate. When last sum-lthe Yi\ Yiddish Scientii mer he again visited Berlin, the stitute) will be held Sunday, F< I city was in ruins, due to hate. Dr. Clinchy said that German civilization had vanished. During his conference with General Clay, he was told that German people did not know howto live together with people of other nationalities, they needed a spiritual foundation. High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida m o durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. 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^m&ss&m ^^^artntwi^ %  PAGE FOUR ^jefiistncridiain FRIDAY, JANUARY 2a EDITORIAL International Dishonor .. • Written by T. O. Thackrey (This editorial is reprinted with the permission of The New York Post, where it appeared on January 14, 1948.) War is being waged upon the United Nations by its Arabian members, covertly assisted by a member of the Security Council, Great Britain. From November 29—date of the United Nations decision on Palestine—until yesterday, 702 deaths from bullet, bomb and bayonet directly attributable to Arabian attack on Judea had been recorded, with casualties multiplying each hour. In that time the United States, member of the Security Council most responsible for the organization of the United Nations, has poured money, arms, food and military advisors into Greece and China to help reactionary governments kill their own citizens rebelling against intolerable oppression. But in that same period the United States has never once even raised its voice in protest against th Arabian rebellion against the peace of the world; never once used our tremendous influence to insist that Britain keep the United Nations peace in Palestine or get out; never once offered our support to the Jews of the new Palestine State against Arabian invasion and terror never once offered our arms to the United Nations to enforce its decision; never once demanded the creation of a United Nations army; never once even indicated that we had any interest in seeing such a force created, or that we would support such a move if it were begun. Our indifference puts national honor to shame; our inaction paralyzes the world's only machinery for peace; our silence makes a mockery of our pretentions to belief in international justice; but the disgraceful record does not end there. While we pour out our gifts of money and arms to rightists in Greece and China, we actually embargo all shipments ot arms to the Jews of Palestine. While we give freely to corruption, we will not even sell to the Judea created by Russian-American cooperative effort within the homework of the United Nations. It cannot be that we are ignorant of the situation. Our delegates to the United Nations are men of intelligence; our Department of State is fully aware of the need to implement policy with power; the President can hardly be uninformed; indeed the full police powers of the country went The U.N. Palestine Commission is timiU/tn it nnrftro tho urn* .. %  r\ %  • -. %  .i/ • y_ ANOTHER ENEMY TO OVERCOME into action just last week to frustrate desperate Palestinian agents from shipping TNT and allied explosives to their besieged countrymen. We cannot be unmindful of the fact that war against Judea and the United Nations is organized and carried on by the nortorious ex-Mufti of ferucalem, war-time pal of Hitler, graciously permitted to escape trial as a war criminal. We cannot be unaware that the territories of Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Iraq are used as bases tor the anti-United Nations war, and that the governors of these territories at the command of the Mufti are providing funds, ammunition and military training for that very purpose. What did we intend when we worked to bring about partition in Palestine? Was it, perhaps, our intention to bring about the extermination of Palestine's 700,000 Jews, by turning our backs while the Arabian Hitlers of the Middle East completed once and for all the bloody work of genocide begun by Hitler? If that were our intention, we could hardly pursue a policy more certain to achieve it. members when it enters the war zone. The Jewish Agency is demanding aid-^J properly—either from th United Nation*, ] United States, or both. "I We cannot withhold it and ever dare k speak of honor, or decency, or justice, among 1 selves or in any councils of the world again. The United States must demand, at jJ I before the Security Council, the formation of, United Nations Army to enforce the peace. The United States must offer to furnish 4, United Nations all or any part of the military (^ needed immediately to protect the new Paleitia State from outside aggression. The United States must at once lift iti ^ bargo on arms to Palestine, so that the new a', police forces may equip themselves adequate to maintain order within the state. The President should order his Depart^ of State to warn the Arabian states to cease tbn sabotage of the United Nations Decision, and 1 the same time warn Great Britain of her obb tions, not merely as a mandate power, but an member of the Security Council. Every day of delay is a day of neediti human sacrifice. Every hour sees another nail driven into CH| coffin of the United Nations. A coffin bearing the brass inscription Mail in the U.S.A." The ttabbi* Speak The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miaul along with many other prominent organization are placing on record their sentiments concenaJ the American Council For Judaism. The resolution passed by the Rabbinical 1 sociation stated: "We feel it necessary to public expression to our feelinqs with respect 1 the activities and public utterances of those t| hliated with the American Council for Judaiaj With reverent attitudes toward democracy il Jewish life, and with great respect for the riahtll the individual to express himself, we nevertbetal hasten to condemn the American Council bl Judaism. In the face of historic events in Je*il existence, the fulfillment of a millenniumi il prayer, it is sacreligious for a group to exist % %  destructive purposes alone. We say unto J| 'If you do not wish to aid, then desist'." Americans Permitted To Enlist For Service With Hagana Troops Continued from Page 1) ment was fired upon by Jews and turned back after several Arabs were wounded. A Jewish convoy heading for Tel Aviv from Jerusalem was attacked at Motza, about five miles from Jerusalem, Two Jews were killed and seven wounded. In Jerusalem itself at least one Jew was murdered Sunday by Arab guerrillas. The body of the Jew. Mordechai Admoni, was mutilated and his body was partially burned before it was found by police. An unidentified Jewish male was found near Haifa with the head severed from the body and removed from the scene. The Haganah on Sunday renewed its attacks on snipers' posts in and around Jerusalem. Several buildings were blown up in the Sheikh Jarach quarter and Beth Safafa. With the latter community, the Jews had been negotiating a truce which fell through. When the Arabs resumed their sniping at JewS and Jewish traffic, the Haganah went into action. The Arabs at Beth Safafa have since risked for and received the protection of British troops. Simi'ar actions were taken in the Tel Arish and Manshieh quarters of Jaffa on the Tel Aviv border line and in the Lake Huleh region of nothern Palestine. At least 15 persons were killed when the Haganah blew up two main traffic arteries of Haifa The Arabs hud been using the buildings as snipers' posts and had succeeded in disrupting traffic to the Jewish quarters of the city, Three Jews in an armored bus were arrested in the vicinity shortly after the blast. I guns and hand grenades in the vehicle. Initial (•ills Show liur;is)Continued from Patje l) hoff is scheduled to address this meeting. The metropolitan division, headed by George Chertkof, is doing spade work. This pho the campaign will not get a ly under way until March The pace setters group of the physicians and dentists di\ will meet next Monday night at the home of Dr. Stanley Fieshling. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Max Orovitz will be the speakers at this meeting. On Wednesday night. January 28, a "smoker" will be held at Temple Israel for all chairmen and workers enrolled in the trades unit. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the trade unit, will preside. The women's division, with Mrs. Abraham Goodman as chairman, and Mesdames Stanley C Myers, J. Gerald Lewis. Joseph M. Rose and Jennie Grossinger as co-chairmen, is planning I > Commission Appoints Three to S'l lloiiiiriarics LAI I Uniti IN • [mpl nl %  a three-man group to E the Jewish A. will l n n-P I lit The a thn -man to act the basis for pub!:. in Pali f the B 1 t Econoi B names ol the three members w< known, but it ol them is an 11 wide nd a n n_l stine he third is a • '' ret %  iat, The Commissi n, „ formulated eleven questions concerning the security situati. n in Arabhouse^atliwar^meofthe'series of luncheons. The schedule on February 5 at the Lord T ton Hotel; a $200 minimum lui eon on February 6 at the Martinique Hotel and a $luo mm mum luncheon on Februarys <" the Colony. The special assignments unit wings in ,o action with a break tost at the Royal Palm HoteUext tine f : submission to the Government. The nature %  kept secret : ince with a British reN di idl n< has been set %  Commission for a reply, but n te expected. I' %  '' Jion also formulated 17 qui lion ncerning the •administrative 1 e prior to the withdrawal of the Arab Higher notified the Commls%  iecting an into appear before the Commission >n a basis of equality :• power and Agency. "The Arab !determined ting the partiand in its • the United in this report andai ng therefrom," aid etaryOen; i a con'• P l sred that no "neutral" been approached for tion in an in1 "rmed force for Pal'• % %  '-' reiterated that he M with the Commission I necessary) Enjoying the season as fl*| at the Poinciana Hotel, Mas! Beach, are the following val from New York: Mr. and Mr. Kn %  .•:•• Mr. < J. Kaplan, Mr. ami Mni. M **** Mian lleaale Propper, Ken l"l Mr. and Mr*, li. W .n.ha. W"l Aaron S,hnrlder, A 1,ri,uro '* r, : ,l ry Rahman, Uiuix K.'gan. M.< W"l Mr. and Mra. Miti.-lman. M" Tapper, J Wetalx mar, xni Bt J Mrs. M. Kupperman OurtU Ohio Include Mr*. HUB rVrrinM daughter*, and 10*. fcl ""^1 Chicago la repraa) rued by %  Kn. 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+j e ni § trfrric/ton FRIDAY, JANUARY 23,1948 PAGE FOURTEEN Tfilah President %  lies Suddenly Rev. Israel Shaie Jacobson. president of Congregation Beth Tfilah. passed away Tuesday. January 13th of Miami Beach at the age of 72. Following services conducted by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky at Beth Tfilah Wednesday, the remains were sent to New York by the Riverside Memorial Chapel. Rev. Jacobson was president of the Congregation from the time of its construction and remained as its executive until his death. A brother. Jacob L. Jacobson, New York, passed away within an hour of Rev. Jacobson's demise. Surviving the Reverend are his wife, Bessie; three sons. Rabbi Abraham Jacob. and Rabbis David and Nathan Jacobson, all of New York; three daughters. Mrs. Robert Gordis. wife of Rabbi Gordis. of Rockaway Park, and Mrs. Irving Teicher and Mrs. Irving S ('.'hen of New York; a brother. Rev. Hillel Jacobson. and a sister Mrs Hannah Halkin. also of New York. Congregation and Sisterhood meetings were postponed due to the death of the president. Hebrew Speaking Group Hold Holiday Observance The Histadruth L'tarbuth Ivrith will hold a Chamisho Osor B'shevat celebration on Sunday at 3 p.m.. at the home of Mr, and Mrs. P. Puchkoff. 1130 S.W, 9th St. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Congregation Beth David, v.: guest speaker. Cantor L. Feder will sing Hebrew sele A Emanuel, an activ :n the group's activities, will also speak. J. Z. Stadlon. chairman, will side. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Shapiro and Canill officiate. Dr. • ,., %  Mamchi ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Tfflafc • Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov*y. Friday evening vices it .>:30, Saturday mon %  minyan at 7 a.m.. second at 9. 1. Rackovsky will speak on Ereu yisrael." Mincha at 4 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. A pro-ram of Zmi %  anged for th •n H tack II speak on ,h <" >ortion of the Wi Maai 5-15 p.m. Daily mornin • minyan at 7 a.m. foil y 1 class in mishna. & ,n at 8 a.m. Daily mincha services at 5:15 Mowed by class in Jewish laws and cusoms. Maariv at U p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Late F ''" :,t i;30. Rabb G ak "" •Red' : %  Land f Redemptioi x 1 % %  a ; ... at 7:30 a.m and ,.,„. Rabbi Grauei will prea A Song ol the Ocean." Mincha 4.45 p. m 1; 1 trailer will deliver a traditional Sha ha. Snr.a.:v Scho >\ 10 Daily is M %  1 "" i %  i ''' p.m. AZA-BBG Youth S. and Breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a .'s and [ii Is ov< 1 13. Hebrew Religious Scho J M inday through Thursday, 3:30 to p.m. Sunday Relii IUS School Sunday morning 10 to 12 noon. Pr< -Kindi ten School M01 %  : rnings. 9 to 12 Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12lh ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL Frid e\ 1 nj p m late I 8:15 p,„. Rabb: April will I*** at 10 -• vices I K ,n. Rabbi Bmeritu. wi „ be guest 1 "I l,\l' and will di Will W Id Re-De Land?' How Holyill be dedicated ho will ception after A Mlow i ediately Floral offering has been U st in memory wife. Dora Sabbath servStudenta servCongregation Beth Jacob. 30130 a.m 311 Washington ave.. Miami ; „, n m Sunday mornBeach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloft: ( .. ;h |( 8;30 a.m. Cantor Louis J. Feder. ^^ ( ,,„ lip oa d by Sabbath Eve x Shapiro, Sunday 4.30 ,1, i l() 15 to 11:15. Blbto f nrt LV ._ .... 5 Ml I es at a iu PI %  •; very morning in me syna15 to 7:45 under dlw.ll lecture .n T, Levetan. Cantor SI REFORM ducted by Rabbi Raab at 8ls p.m. a LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, i u Cheje iwMiami Betch. RJIJJ Leon KronUh; Cantor StnZ Kelemer. w "" Friday evening service at 815 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak "The Earth Is Mine" Saith J Lord. Sabbath service at m a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will all services. Sunday school at 9 render the musical portions \\ a.m. for children from the a te of 4'* to 14 Vz. High school^ Jewish studies. Sunday mornini at 9:45 a.m. for young people 15 years of age and over. Classa alternate weekday afternoonsboys and girls from the ages of 7 Vi to 13. Nursery school daily —children from the age of l\ morning and afternoon sessions to 5. %  K shi nev. cantor Early Sabbat Sabbat • ;. 30 R 1 •• .1 th. Sar Bi lyn, will %  % %  !!.sermon 1 "The Dr ima I I s ''' • Kat: [ntei f : th at 9 undi 1 of the B %  .n for childi A 10, unn 'f Max ,f the faculty. K ddush -wed to both group %  '•' : Brennd a Sist %  4 with S I. F n. Min t 5:30 follow. Shalos will be guesl -; • iker Sum at 10 a m. Daily Scl m 3:30 \i 7 p m CONSERVATIVE Miami Beach Jewish Community. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 5:30. Late Friday evening service at B:15, Rabbi Lehrman will pri on "A Toast I 1 the Future." This will be lure in tin %  ..• 1 1 entitl. Pali —A Ri al ': %  Canl >\ ml Saturda; ning sen • 1 Rabbi 1 h on "The Wi %  klj I '.i"ii ol thi Law." Jun t 10 a.n : %  :/. \ Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Cantor Maurice Mamches. Dramatization Feature 0i Beach AJC Meeting Miami Beach Chapter, Florida Women's Division of America Jewish Congress, will hold in regular meeting Monday at 1 o'clock at the Miami Beach ConTrees and Men in common ni a^ Center ^ ? tionofA : pay.afcrttwhoU^^ regJonal dirictor 0 £ The Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Sen Friday night. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the ; on dUCt the services n t"p:c will be "Of •io The birthdays f the 1 nfi Sunday School 1 lei rated on SunVrtl %  Al< x inder, Harvey Joel Gold t'-in. Bar1: ris, Sandra Schiffman •; i Herman (ButctO Sunn. Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath evi services Friday • : :i Rabb Zw tman will h on "A S'.n^ of Faith." veek's IF • n, Ex-dus. Ch. 15) I recepl n will follow. '.!:.-• Maurice Serotta will light andli A lull study course ns Saturday mornat ten Sabbath morning es at eleven Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Servi es Frida) 1 vening ci >nAnti-Defamation League, wi discuss the community chest drive. "Birth of a Bill," 1 dramatization, will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Frederick Grossberg, chairman d committee on law and social action. Mrs. Clarence Cohen, chatter president, will preside at tot meeting. Temple Sisterhood Plant For Coming Garden Party Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a meeting of its planniBj committee for the forthcominj garden party on Monday, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Richter, North Bay Road. The meet] which will be in the nature of A >f, .•• v .iii tak place at 11 a.m. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub i | n...tee chairman. Irving Blasberq. 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PAGE SIX Colin English In Governor Race FORT MYERS—Colin English, INSIDE PALESTINE State Sch< I Supo::nt<:n-en:, h..; announced thai The meeting of the Zionist OFFTHTREK Action Committee, to be held FRIDAY. IANUARY „ J Chicago Club Party Reports Sellout The 11 be of crucial importance U candidate for Go, ta ^ h February ,n Palestine, wUI o. J--J5 World S, ,_„ d lM ne relations between the Jew.sh State nd ,n hat aini c C Co • nnnual cabaret party Chicago Club to be hold • the Latin d a hn, ted been %  • %  %  %  %  • '" ..__ t „:„i ~„H mo flee," he : need but not receive "As Govern r of I abroad ii they are denied any intiuence £23="—"-2-H-SSfaSS — •'"• 7; r 0< ; ourse ,. n n 0 ; • hnR ^ c ; side with the Jewish State because they will not Judge and Mrs. r> %  •-%  • % %  *•• i"— ~ BMW1I -" 1VV • %  • n "it o state •-.. same %  ,. ^ identified with it The extreme* must, the rrencn v ll. u. s. i character-•' the nonrhe Jewish State, together with :;;-: 3 f ^ 2ieBm ,,;; fry to prevent the Zionists from Dised %  : %  %  %  "' %  '•-• %  %  Eng tab condu An I •' %  War I English %  .r.: profession upon his rei Rubin, public f Illinois Senator s They ere not bound to succeed ... The .• v Judge Max for a >na time will be too weak to stand on its own feet family; Mrs. Aaron ^ T president of Daughters of n. Wo !" ,nn Durino •' n Infant H md Day NuraT.N.T has boomeranged on Dr. Weizmann uuring World War I Di mn invented an important ingredient of T.N.T. When Lloyd George asked Weizmann what refor his invention, Weizmann replied; "Give my Lloyd George asnwered: "It shall be £ one ,• 7 :: 7 his created a difficult s:tuat.on British agents operating in the U.S. are believed to have been the : us tipster* whose phone calls led to the discovery sad seizure c: the explosives i Palestine 1 ery of Chicago; Mrs Chern. president of Rest JJ| Convalescent Home; Mrs HJ Silverstein, president of the j?| ish Peoples Convalesces H and Gecr-e D. Sax ^ the board of din-dors of 4, J change Niitional Bank of Chi Martha Rave heads the £_ stars tn appear, among whl JJ Les Camnagnons de la Chanel Wendy Bishop. I)„n Saxon/fc| Debonairs." Jack Slanton, pj ricia Wymore, Johanna Marion Richards and "The £ Rios." The Wally Wanger Uj lies, together with the orchetol under the direction of Chjfol Shay for dancing, will also J pear. The Board of Directors 0I4J Miami Beach Zionist Dutis will meet Thursday at 8:30 u at the home of Alfred St* 2050 N. Bay Road. British Intelligence :" a to %  hoi been actively watching all immigration and other Zionist activities in Prance and there is strong evidence :c susporl the beliei they are doing the same in this country WASHINGTON RUMORS Pre* denl 7: \i>en of C. F. JERNIC\ Ownw 65e •: P.M. usmess again ... He is a rare idealist and of strong convjetions combining utter frankness with an engaging manner ... You can discard the idea that the next World will be the las. one. U persuasion fails another Agency member of the executive will announc. resignation Informed sources in New York hear Moshe Sneh may reconsider his resignation in the interests of unity The recent British display of power in repulsing an Arab mvasron from Syria was intended .0 stop ,h, growing demand n'?,K eri i a K :0nal <0rCe • %  • Wa,ch ,or a Br is h maneu, •nor the aekberations at Lake Success of the five-nation Pales a CHAMELEONS I^b."*^ ZoologicaJ .. ve. he showed f m e poi,,^\;;;: 1 : :;;;:::'r' :,,h '^ as a gift two chameleons from Pale,„„„ „! "" men that the chameleons we.e able tolooW 'T eye and backward w„h ,ho o.he „ ,,, ,W ""' Wl 0,1 followed his scien,if,c .ec.u.e Z^'T^^ LAKE SUCCESS RUMBLING February 1 wlU be a crucial dav BriH.1 had been given dutin,, Iho now,,,,., i .'. \ !i 'rances that Britain would ov„, „„,. {, !" ''' (; '" A-mbly In his first "top so,,,,," ,„. '"'" ''V '"obruajv 1st -**. Sir S^Si S!^ !"* *• UN. P rt V TOUBY PAINTIKG CORP. I 'J'"> HOUIldt.-d line amaUng vague <"'>m 669 N.W.6*Street MIAMI 9L FLORIDA



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PAGE TWO Miss Ludwin, Hadassah Officer In Local Talks Miss Ruth Ludwin. of New Jersey, a national vice president of Junior Hadassah. will be principal speaker at a series of programs here from January 26th through the 29th. Miss Ludwin will discuss "The New Challenge to American-Jewish Youth." Mrs. Doris A. Pardo. president of the Greater Miami Unit, re-! fnends in this area. The Miami Stamp Club, a chapMamp I "lull To Hold Exhibit The Miami. Fla. Stamp Club will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a philatelic exhibition and bourse. Feb. 4. 5 and 6, at the new Civic Auditorium on Biscayne Blvd. and N.E. 5th St. The do will be open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Over 200 frames of stamps, covers, and other philatelic maduring services. terial will be on exhibition. There J will be 15 bourse tables. Many nationally known dealers will be on hand to greet their many Jewish Quiz Box lated that Miss Ludwin spent over two months in Palestine last year, touring the country and visiting the cooperative settlements and principal cities. She also visited the new settlements in the Negev and flew to Cyprus where she spent some time visiting the immigrant camps. In her capacity of chairman of the group's Palestine projects, Miss Ludwin visited the Junior Hadassah"s institutions in Palestine, including a children's village. Pardess Anna, an orange for training Meier Shf.. uates. and the Hem;' School of Nursing. A member I a "Kibbutz," a group of men and women ex] settle in Palestine, Miss L is preparing to return th< live. ter of the A.P.S., is also arranging for a philatelic exhibit by the Post Office Dept. The club hopes to have a special cancellation for use during the exhibit, because an ivi 20th anniversary cachet is planned. All collectors desiring this cachet can Bend as many enley wish, free of charge, to the secretary, R. Ki el, 3240 N.W. 27th Ave., ; 37, Fla. Envelopes should be properly addressed and stamped—3 cents [or first class and 5 nail. Offici 1947-48 are: Fred Wadhams, pros: Wm. von Tonge!n and Fred Hieber, vice-pres.; : Knobel, sec.-trea. Greater Miami Zi n Commission will h I honoring Mss Ruth Ludwin, a national vice | Hadassah. I Alfred S: Wednesday, Jai 28th at 3:30 p.m. YOU WON'T STOP LAUGHING! Hear such side-splitting comedians as Myron Cohen Menasha Skulnik Michel Rosenberg any time you want to! We have a complete assortment of BANNER RECORDS featuring these and other outstanding artists comic, dramatic, cantorial, vocalsuch BANNER RECORD stars as Molly Picon Moishe Oysher Maurice Schwartz Bagelman Sisters Seymour Rechtzeit Miriam Kressyn and other favorites! Remember: If it's a BANNER it's RECORD entertainment! • SEMINOLE Record Distributors 1360 N.E. 1st Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA Telephone 3-7492 II*!IIN Visitors At Spinoza Forum Spinoza Forum will be Dr. :id Av Shalom, of Leumi. The tw nd inthepri -i :it strugTui at 8:15 H Lee ml\ lecture 1 n "' ind the E •• evening Dr. f New York. will Psychology for Better Living." The Spinoza ted at 124 11th St. Q. What is the "Kaddish?" A The "Kaddish" (as the term is colloquially used) is an Aramaic praver whose contents constitute the'praise and exaltation of the Almightv and his universe. It is recited during services by the cantor between and after certain prayers. Mourners also recite it at specified places and OCC1 rvices. The word "Kaddish" is derived from a verbal root meaning Holy. Q. What is the original singificance ot the prayer? A. Contrary to the varied .pinions of many of us. thi Kaddish both in origin and context. at first had nothing whatsoever to do with the memory of the dead. Its ancestry dates back at least to Talmudic times. There are references in the Talmudic writings to a religious decree stating that after a number of certain scriptural verses, words of blessing must be uttered. This also follows the recital of the learning and wisdom of our sages The types of blessing uttered were originally varied as well as many in number. It is for that reason that after the reading of tiic Torah (Scroll) "Kaddish is recited, as well as after various portions of the service. The "Kaddish" prayer in its present form was also developed later on in the Talmudic period. After reciting or studying Talmudic or rabbinical volumes in a group of at least ten. a prayer called Kaddish Derabonon (the exaltation of the rabbis) is said. This Kaddish is almost like the first we talked about except that there are a few added to it directly re-1 fernng to the sages and rabbis Hence, the "Kaddish original form and context means of embodying ings and recitals of the scriptures "d Talmudic writings with reverence and exaltation for their Uwionship. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1943 TIIK JKWISH ART TIIOI l|; OF M*Y YORK In a Presentation of DRAMA RECITATION SONG TWO PERFORMANCES TWO DIFFERENT PROGRAMS SUNDAY EVENING. JANUARY 25th. AT 8 P.M. ADA MERRITT JR. HIGH SCHOOL 660 S. W. 3rd Street MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26th. AT 8 P.M. MIAMI BEACH SR. HIGH SCHOOL 1420 Drexel Avenue TICKETS SI.20 and $1.80 Proceeds for the Rehabilitation of European Jewry Under auspices of Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order Branch 192 For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write it.executive director, Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 i.i'i .: i >i ',.-r i" in its I text was a j the nadj Mrs. Neuwirth Host At Cocktail Party the series of memeing given by Beach Group of Haii Id recently when Mrs Philip Neuwirth entertained at a cockt • at her home. 3420 Sheridan Ave. The membership com:: • till .:> also .'uld a tea Tuesday at the home | of Mrs. Sanf,>rd Kramer, 441 62nd St.. at which doctors' wives who recently become new members of Hadassah, were honored. Kalish Opens Offices Leonard J. Kalish, formerly %  niorcement attorney. Off:' Price Administration, has opened offices for the eeneral n' of law in the Olympia Building. HAROLD'S, INC. HuirtlrvHKvrtt 1D39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-0467, S-046B 44D E. LAS OLA3 BLVD. FT. LAUOERDALE Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th It. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fierier St. Miami There's SLEEP in your pillow when you drink this good coffee CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 7Sc Cut Bottle Ocpoul PHONE 2 4i28 As the ancient Rabbi Elijah declared: "One of the things for which mortal man must pray incessantly is good sleep." Or as your doctor woula advise: "Avoid the things that may l.eep you awake." If regular coffee ke^pi you awake, switch to inskot Sanka. For Ins:ant Sanka is made by a revc utionary new process that removes the sl.tp-robbi.ig ccflein-yet .eiains oil the rich full 'lavor, the most del.rious coffee you ever tas'ed. That's why thousands all ever the country are switching from regular cottees to Insront Sanka. So easy to make, right in the cup-just add bo.l.ng water. Grand for iced coffee-just dissolve in a glass of water and add ice cubes Try Instant Sanka. You'll | ove it0 nd sleep! DINING OUT? No waiting! Rev tourant, and holeU carry Initant Sonka in Individual envelope,. Drink Delicious IHSTAMTSANKA COFFEE***^



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1948 Hotel Division Drive Plans Set In Motion Plans for the participation of the hotel industry in the area for the 1948 Federation drive have been completed, it has been announced by the division chairman, Marcie Liberman. A quota of $250,000 has been set. Serving as co-chairmen are Irving Frankel, Sam Lachman and Joe Gardner. Executive committee members are Arthur Adler, Leamington Hotel; Abe Allenberg. Boulevard Hotel; David S. Andron, Pierre Hotel; Sid Birnbaum, Tamiami Hotel; Charles Cohen, Martinique Hotel; Jennie Grossinger, Grossinger's Pancoast Hotel; Paul Grossinger, Grossinger's Pancoast Hotel; Nat Hankoff; Al Jacobs, Lord Tarleton Hotel; Walter Jacobs, Lord Tarleton Hotel; Harry Koretsky, National Hotel; Ralph Lachman. Sovereign Hotel; Mrs. Bertha Halamut, Versailles Hotel; Joe Morris, St. Moritz Hotel; Mickey Michaels, Cadillac Hotel; Samuel Rivkind, Raleigh Hotel; Joseph M. Rose. Royal Palm Hotel; Herman Sehatzberg, Nemo Hotel; Ed Singer, National Hotel, and Harry Sirkin. Albion Hotel. +Jeni*tincridri&r? PAGE ELEVEN Senior Judea Elects Miss Rosenbaum Miss Sybil Rosenbaum was chosen president for 1948 of the Senior Judaea Club of Miami Beach at a recent meeting of the group. Other officers elected were the Misses Osheroff, vicepresident; Joyce Bruckner, recording secretary; Doris Rosenbaum, corresponding secretary; Bunny Jens, treasurer, and Estelle Merlin, program chairman. Nathaniel Stone, retiring president, announced that the group, wh.ih is composed of young people from 15 to 17 years, will shortly embark upon a leadership training program, under the auspices of the Zionist Youth Commission, for the purpose of training qualified leaders for salaried positions. Those selected will conduct younger groups of a similar nature. The meetings Will begin on February 1st. Sponsor of the club is Theodore Nelson. Dinner-Dance Success The dinner-dance recently held at the Beachcomber for the benefit of the Jewish Home for the Aged was pronounced a "great success" by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary. The affair which was completely sold out a week before the event was attended by 710 guests. -V •!. Freed ma II HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th Si., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and PriTate Use. Alto for Hebrew Schools. D'HBD nDID Telephone 5-1017 Levinson Food Specialty Named Tamar Distributors Tamar Food Products, Inc., of New York City has announced'the appointment of Levinson Food Specialty. 165 N.E. 24th St.. Miami, as regional distributor for the entire line of Tamar Kosher Canned Meats. The local firm, headed by Louis Levinson of this city, is now handling orders for the popular Tamar Products which have won widespread approval throughout the country. "Housewives are especially pleased with Tamar Kosher Meats because of their great convenience. To prepare an appetizing Kosher meat meal formerly meant long hours of tedious work in the kitchen. But now, thanks to Tamar, it's just a matter of minutes to whip up a delicious savory meat dinner to serve the whole family. That's because Tamar Kosher Meats are precooked to the peak of perfection —juicy and tender—according to favorite time-tested Jewish recipes," Mr. Levinson said in discussing the new product he will add to his present group of nationally known brands. "Tamar uses only the finest meat—the choicest cuts erf U.S. Government inspected kosher beef—all beef, prepared and packed in the United States under strictest rabbinical supervision. "Quality and kashruth are assured; and, best of all, Tamar Kosher Meats are surprisingly economical," he added. "Because of their unusual convenience, Tamar Kosher Meats have proved to be a grand innovation in meal-planning. Now, a housewife need only open a can of Tamar, heat, add vegetables to the gravy, and serve; and there, without fuss or bother, is a tempting meat dinner that rivals the finest home-coooking. An entire week's menus may be planned with the four varieties of Tamar: Tamar Kosher Goulash, Beef, Hamburger Steak, and Meat Loaf." All four types of Tamar Kosher Canned Meats are now available throughout the Miami area. Grocers who have not yet been supplied can contact Levinson Food Specialty, 165 N.E. 24th St., for immediate service. Sid Tenenbaum, the erratic All-American basketball player has finally come to a decision concering his future pro hoop activities. After starting the season with Minneapolis and serving briefly with Jersey City and Brooklyn, NYU's former great playmaker has joined the New York Knickerbockers. • • Jackie Goldsmith's stay with the Toledo Jeeps has come to an end. Much as we predicted in a pre-season column the flashy, eagled-eyed shooting star from Long Island University found his lack of height an insurmountable barrier. One of the better paid stars in the National League, Jackie was cut adrift when it became apparent that his phenomenal set shooting did not hold up once his club went into action. Because of his diminutive size Goldsmith found himself at a disadvantage on defense, on defense. His man would automatically take him into the pivot spot from where he could dunk hook shots over ttlile Jackie's outstretched hands. &f • Sid Luckman is permanently settled in Chicago. The Chicago Bear quarterback is moving his family from the east to the Windy City so that Sid can take over the management of a motor company agency. At the present time, El Sid is negotiating with the Bears for a new contract. Coach George Halas insists on having Luckman for two more years after which the T. formation quarterback duties will be turned over to Johnny Lujack and Bobby Layne, late of Notre Dame and Texas. Jews In Sports St. Louis University's basketball team thrilled Madison Square Garden recently with a marvelous display of passing and shooting dexterity. Gardens fans, who are predominantly Jewish, wen. all out for tnis Catholic School five. Although Marvin Schatzman only played about eight minutes he exhibited a terrific one hand hook shot and fine ball hawking ability. We believe that he will make a fine prospect for the professional leagues after he completes his college competition. sa* Iv3CUST BROS Ry £ •" la the tiEST? Mrs. Lehrman, Speaker A regular meeting of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Group of Hadassah was held Wednesday at the Fleetwood Hotel. Guest speaker was Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Life Insurance Eatattl Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Bitcayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 MIAMI'S FINEST ELECTRICAL STORE "Some Say" • Light Fixtures Appliances Radios Open Friday Evening MONAHAN'S INC. 2208 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-0632 Wright Hotel Equipment Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3-4741 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges — Griddles — Fryers — Work Tables — Steam Tables Refrigerated Sandwich Units COMPLETE PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty I~ & C. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER &*>?$& Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given atf-OifA* ROKEACH •* / BORSC DELICIOUS HOT I. ROKEACH £ SONS INC. BROOKLYN MY. FAKMIMQDMJ: M. 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JAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 LIVES OF OUR TIMES +Jewlst Ihiiiitr PAGE FIFTEEN JACOB EPSTEIN t -!,.l b, NORMAN and SOL MODEL •M ... RHOOA B SIMON POISED AW CONDEMNED PERHAPS MORE THAN ANV OTHER MODERK SCULPTOR, HE STILL GIVES CRITICS NEW WORK FOR HOT DEBATE BORH IN 1880 ON NEW YORK'S TEEMING EAST SIOE OF IMMIGRANT JEWISH PARENTS, JACOB'S CHILDHOOD WAS SPENT SKETCHING TAWDRY PUSHCARTS AND VARIOUS TYPES Of JEWS WHO OWNED THEM. | t ^ t %  LII. I AfTER STUDYIN6 AT THE EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE ART SCHOOL AND THE ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE,HI LEFT FOR PARISINI902,DETERMINEDT0BE A 6REAT SCULPTOR/ PENNILESS. EPSTEIN MANAGED TO GET THROUGH THE ECOLEDES BEAUX ARTS AND THE ACADEMIE JULIEN IN PARIS, WINNING MANY IMPORTANT AWARDS. 1H Wtf.HE RETURNED TO LONDDN, MARRIED A SCOTTISH 6IRL AND SETTLED DOWN TO WORK. HE SERVED AS A MODEL AT AN ART SCHOOL NIGHTS, TO EKE OUT HIS LIVING, BUT DAYS HE CONCENTRATED FEVERISHLY ON ART. HeHvweed De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second ond T'rrd Roces %  25c TPAN5PORTATION c-m Miami—fxpreM Service by R. a Hiair Lint fieri Flk' Club. Flaglri <• 0 nJ N E. Third vc t-.-•>:",. f lau-lerdgl-. p.... 44; £ 1•-. • %  '' q I r \ ol'. HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 Concert Pianist At Hollywood Samuel Sorin, concert pianist, will present a recital Wednesday, February 11th, at the Jewish Community Center, Hollywood Mr. Sorin is a member of the faculty of the Juilliard School of Music in New York. He appeared as soloist with the Kansas City Philharmonic last month. "Because of the brilliance of his performance, he was made an honorary member of that organization and was immediately reengaged as soloist for next season." Tickets may be purchased from members of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center. Subscriptions to the patrons list may be made by contacting Ted J. Sorin, in Hollywood, telephone 857-J. +Je*isti Fhridton PAGE SEVEN Fashion Show For Miami Beach B & P Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah, Miaml Beach Group, will conduct a fashion show and games program Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Atlantis Hotel. Proceeds will go toward the benefit of child welfare. Miss Edyth Fleischer, is in charge of the affair. Tickets for the event may be obtained by calling 5-4459 evenings. Leading local and national firms will participate in the fashion show. Miss Edelstein Named Girls Temporary Leader Miss Diane Edelstein has been named temporary president of a new B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter, on Miami Beach, it was announced by Howard Liebman, Kitchen Shower For Hebrew School A kitchen shower will be held Monday at 8 p.m. for the Miami Hebrew School and Junior ConFlorida B'nai B'rith Youth Di-' legation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.. it has been announced by Mrs. rector. Serving with Miss Edelstein will be the following officers: vice president, Edith Rooff; recording secretary, Joyce Bruekner; corresponding secretary, Fay Brodsky; treasurer, Rene Kleid: historian, June Zimmerman; reporter, Shiela Warhastig; and B.B.Y.O. representative, Judv Krensky. The officers will be installed at a meeting January 29th Beach Center Honors Organizers Membership Meeting With Scrolls Sorority Awards To Outstanding Seniors Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority held its annual senior luncheon Saturday in the Biscayne Room of the Columbus Hotel. Gold cups for scholarship and activities were awarded to the most outstanding seniors. The February graduates in whose honor the affair was given are Hope Tannenbaum, Roz Taradash, Margie Berman, Betty Alvin and Cookie Starr. Pearl Sapero acted as mistress of ceremonies while Toby Jacobskind was in charge of preparations. Louis August, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. Mrs Herbert Feldan has been appointed to act as chairman for the affair and the following will act as hostesses: the Mesdames Nat Blumberg, Morris Ofsowitz. Edward A. Moss, Harry Kotkin. Harry Shear, Max Jacobskind. Belle Rosenblum, Irving Jacobson, Alex Scott, Sam Blank and Harry M.nkoff. The shower is being held for the purpose of providing as many essential kitchen items as possible for the kitchen in the new building and the following suggestions have been made by the committee: glass dishware, glassware, cups and saucers, cutlery, cannister sets, kitchen towels, dinner cloths (3 >did lengths) luncheon cloths, kitchen utensils, coffeemakers, Ia*f(e pots and pans, and Kitchen stools. The membership committee of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will meet Monday evening at the Center at 8:15, at which time Jacob Andron and Abraham Selevan will be presented with scrolls in appreciation of the work they have done in the organization of the congregation. mill II iillll Campaign workers during the recent building-fund drive will also be honored by the award of gold charms which are replicas of the new Center building, now under construction at 17th St. Forty-seven charms will be presented. lllllill|||liil|l| SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH ANTILLA HOTEL CORAL GABLES PONCE lit LIOI I" v D Italian American Dinners STE.AKS CHOPS SEA FOOD yntlK'As:. LUNCHFON UIN-.EH i. c. avAl l( IN* f>" I" %  •! Amets Plan Forum The American Veterans Committee will conduct a forum Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Liberty Square Community Center, N.W. 64th St. and 14th Ave. Speakers will be Leo Sheiner, president of the Southern Conference of Human Welfare, and Rev. E. Graham, president of the Negroes Service League. The topic will be "Civil Rights and Housing." The Liberty Chapter of the American Veterans Committee, which is sponsoring the meeting, invites all interested persons to attend. t„J,,rct -JjtlHTGJ\ Z./lfi P'* JlU C/UuLll and dljwic iennai HOST "MAGiC RUDi"' ... %  n. uors PEN %  IiCM : ? M l<'A!!.i SDMDAYS FROM .; n ON fHE THAU H 32r.1 n'.'E a Recapture the Gracious Art oi Dining! N. E. 2nd Ave. at 4th St. For Reservations Ph. 3-1872 Under the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan Open Daily 8 A.M. to 3 A.M. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, hai accepted the invitation of UJA. through the vice president Henry Montor, to be one of ita national speakers at various 1948 campaigns. AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS THIN TRY One-A-Dcry ( % %  AND) Vrtamlrtf •et %  peis m— erf genuine ONS-A-DAY (brand) Multiple vitamin capsules. They cost only $2.00. Take ene each day far 60 days. If you are net entirely aatisflad. return the empty packaja to your druigilt and h will refund your money. Remember, vitamins help keen your energy, nerves and digestion up te par. Money back kf not delighted. Ask your druggist for genuine ONE-A-DAT (brand) Multlpl. Vitamin Ospoulea, made br Miles Laboratories. Leek for the 8fure"l"onthebluei The eyes of the racing world are on Hialeah now as the great new challengers fight to wrest hard-won laurels from the mighty champions of the turf. Watch this thrilling fight for fame-every week day through Mar. 2! POST TIME.. 2 t. M. Daily Double, First and Second Races. Daily Double Windows Close 1:45 P. M. ADMISSIONS (includrng ta): Grandstand $130. R.*r.d Stall $1.00 additional; ClubKowM $3 00, Bl.och.r. SI.00. Parking 25 cants. No Minors Admitted. ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE DINING ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FE1NBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners Triton Hotel Dining Room On The Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnel Music Phone 5-6651 KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OPEN to the PUBLIC STRICTLY REVLIN HOTEL COLLINS AVE. AT 13TH ST. Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners at Same Popular Prices Same Management — Phone 5-7688 ICOTERINfr hRNOUIICHES lOEUCATESSCN/iWTDa SMI f ?JV£33Ki ? 9k 2 9814 SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Featuring STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Catering To Parties and Weddings — Phono 5-1264 Strictly KOSHER Dining Room NOW OPEN DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P. M. CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS PHONE 5-3189 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. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach BY RESERVATION ONLY KOSHER A dinner at Hotel Abrams is a rare experience. Strictly kosher food, exquisitely prepared and served in an atmosphere of oldworl'd Jewish charm—even to the wine and imiras 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 lor Reservations—5-6165 HOTEL ABRAMS 302 EUCLID AVE.. MIAMI BEACH r



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:?W.•>--*" .• *. .*** %  .->; I PAGE TEK *Je*istfl will all be exterminated, but we shall never go back to the old Jewish ghetto life. It's either a revived Jewish nation or complete extinct "This was the spirit I saw all about. The people know that they will have to make many sacrifices. One man said to me no nation was ever born without the spilling of blood. "Every n )W and then we would see them carrying bodies of these martyrs through the Harry Snnonhojj auout uiaa. o — : "They are d i Pa l %  Simonhof boo am TeC0T ti course the Arab I "*'' % % %  industrial dfvdopme" Sdostry and ir ut S id Mr. Simonhoff, "I didn't imply that 11 about the conduct of the n fries, and I think we Jews h be able t i tal Palestine Arabs are a ncerned, but I am no : m thi ability to i t Arab lands. Tl 10 "So," I said, "you did not teel entirely at ease in Palestine." T N not in that sense, but in an >tn experienced a feeling of relaxation I have never encountered be! i mean," said, "j u fell ill-Jewish city. It tl f you." "Well," said Simonhoff, "if you wontel anyone. I will let you ;n on a secret, which m n't like." t is that?"I said. "Well, I think the greatest thing I felt in the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv was that I didn't fee! like a J. wI felt like a human being." "I think 1 see what you mean." I said. "You %  parateness most where one is a minority." "Yes." he said, "the Jew in Tel Aviv feels an entirely liberated human being. He no longer has to explain, ap ilogize or justify his Ji He ran friends are Christians." Cantor Kate At i t<>fh Jacob Canl T Sholom Katz. chief cantor "of Kish. nev, will chant tta Friday evening and Satu .,lav morning at Congregation Beth Jacob. The Cantor has apI in some of the largest synagogues m the country nd %  said to be one of the greatest hvcantors. Dunn:: the Nazi regime, Cantor Katz miraculously saved a ontingent ,f Jews condemned to death in a concentration camp by rend ition of the El Mole Rachamim which touched even the ts oi the Nazis. [n addition to his appearance jervices at Beth Jacob on Frigid Saturday morning, he W ill :,:, sent a concert on FebIst at the Congregation at •eta for the two events ,ble at the synagogue %  Cantor Sholom Rat* Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae met on Wednesday at the home of Miss Vivian Cirlin. 1754 Meridian Ave. cm lying uouies oi uit/ac nituiws miuu^u toe ran say, oome streets. But this caused no dampening of the spirit. He is the least nari iw Jew in the world. As "The Jews have terrible hatred of the Shake;: i n-its.u *_.. — v~ ~r *u-. A ...,u~ A-., T ,\. IT British—far more than of the Arabs. Any Jew can reel off to you by page and chapter the multitude Shakes;.' are v uld say, There is more on heaven and ear".::. 11 iratio, than is dream of in your philosophy'." Rod Cross Uvts New Manager Truman H. Solverud, a native of Minnesota is the new manager of Dade County Chapter, American Red Cross, it was announced by H. H. Hyman, chapter chairman. Solverud succeeds Miss Alice M. Cooper who resigned Sept. 1. Acting manager until Solverud's appointment was C. Ben Stanton of the Red Cross southeastern area office in Atlanta. From December. 1943 until his assignment to Miami, Solverud was assistant manager of the American Red Cross midwestern area in St. Louis, headquarters for 17 midwestern states. PreEmanon At Beth David Members of the Emanon Club will participate in the religious services this evening at Beth David Congregation. The club president, Samuel Kratish, announces that a discussion forum will follow, and requests all club members to attend the services. A recorded Eternal Light, radio program, Unle Ezra's Parable on Ignorance and Superstition." will be presented following the next regular meeting of the club Wednesday, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami "Y.* .Mrs. 4 oheii Heads JWU \u\iliarv Mrs. Ed C hen has be< n eli %  I president of the Ladies Auxi Smith-Be: nbaum Post. Jew I War Vi tei an I lth< fficers include Mrs. Rae Woloshyn, vice lent; Mr. B Schacht, corresponding etar; Mrs. David irtz, se Mi M Mrs. Nal Hill. publii :-v chairman Mi Mrs. M. viously, he served the organization in various capacities for seven years. CAMP OSCEOLA (est. 1924) TWO SEPARATE CAMPS FOR JEWISH CHILDREN for Girls on Mills River Horse Shoe, N. C. Resident Doctor and Nurse Modern Sanitation for Boys on Lake Osceola Hendersonville, .v 2500 Elevation Mature Staff Sabbath Services All Outdoor and Water Sports Directors: MR. AND MRS. HERBERT SILVER 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Fla. Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 World's Finest Fabric SAVE MONEY SAVE KITCHEN LABOR QUICK FROZEN ABSOLUTELY KOSHER POULTRY The finest quality, all cleaned and dressed, strictly kosher and all ready to cook individually wrapped—carton packed—Kashruth tao nn ...., ... J OK iiOMKS FOR MHU FOR TM&JE UUM&N We can present the vwuu IUMM high.st cred.ntial. ^^^••hruth of Mil. poultry PALACE POULTRY "Fit for a King" Ph0n 5 7355 Evening. 48 6498 KUK MEN! BUY DIRECT! Genuine Fcrstmann Gabardine SLACKS 20$ 25 Guaranteed $35 Values! Silk Gabardine SUITS Values to $135 WE FIT THE HARDTO-FITI 100",, Virgin Wool GABARDINE SLACKSW Guaranteed $22 50 Values s 65 Short Rise a Specialty Sijes to $0 DIRECT TACT0R FRICES D rOHt I 4u4tutU%uhb Upstairs Mfrs. Outlet i.iiiM.ln n,,,i In Hill.lfl„:. Mrpr |ga ""'I. H, RUKUU n &-^ SURGICAL SUPPORTS • TRUSSES CAMP Mr. and Mn. WEBB BELTS In Charge SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 201 S.E. 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^e\wiislhJEIIiDipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 21—NUMBER 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 PRICE: TEN CENTS News Briefs Slovak -lews Ask K.-islirus BRATISLAVA, (JTA)—The Association of Jewish Communities of Slovakia appealed to the Slovak Government against the decision of the local administration of the town of Lucenec, in the southern part of the province, to forbid Jewish ritual slaughter of cattle. Reports of similar bans throughout Slovakia have been received, and the government has just restored to the Jews of the town of Presov this right after the matter was brought to its attention. Belugocs Arrive Front Shanghai SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA)—One hundred and eighty-four Jewish refugees who were stranded in Shanghai during the war arrived here during the week-end abroad the S.S. General Meigs. Most of the transportation and immigration arrangements for the group were made in China by the Joint Distribution Committee. Representatives of the United Service for New Americans met the refugees at the dock and will help them reach relatives in this country or will give them temporary shelter and assistance in taking their place within the American economic and social system. Kaufman Heads SilOO.OOO Campaign NEW YORK, (JTA)—Edmund I. Kaufman, of Washington, D. r will head a campaign for $300,000 to finance the organization of the proposed American Jewish Assembly and to carry on the current work of the American Jewish Conference, which the Assembly will succeed it was announced. Kaufman assumed the chairmanship of the Committee on Ways and Means of the Preparatory Committee for the American Jewish Assembly. Former Advisor Named By CJFWF NEW YORK, (JTA)—Harold Glasser of Chicago, former assistant director of the U.S. Treasury's Office on International Finance who w as advisor to Secretary of State Marshall at the Moscow meetmg of the Council of Foreign Ministers last yearhas been.appointed acting director of the Institute on Overseas Studies estabhshed by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it was announced by H. L. Lurie. the Council's executive director, was announcea oy organized last year to carry on a continuing survey of Jewish overseas relief and rehabilitation needs "as a basis fnr lone ranee planning by Jewish overseas agencies and the Jewish commu^iUes ge to P mit "overseas Jewish needs with maximum effectiveness." according to Mr. Lurie. Lessing Rosonwald Rcelected reli8i RVpre d se^& e t he a srth Florida ^gJSAVSltSi SSrfStt: BSrjSft M^aTAvt^ami Beach, and Harry Boyell, 2336 S. W. 23rd St. I'rosUauer To Serve Sixth Term term, as the organizations 41st annual come executive. Blaustein of Baltimore was re-elected'chairman t tn American In his annual presidential message del>verea ming Jewish leaders at the parley Judge P Ioika "^ m e until a United of the United States embargo, on aims to Pa ^> n of such a Nations constabulary is c.eated and %  thc^eany iWe Jewish United Nations constabulary. He e*plainea !" £ f h United leadership asks for nothing eept that the^and Jewg „ have Nations be executed' and that ^refore /un emba rgo and clear right and duty" to urge both the^ n 8 ol the creation of a United Nations constabulary. Americans Eligible for Hagana; Death Toll Rises JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Jewish defense officials have not conscripted American veterans studying at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the G.I. Bill of Rights for service in the Haganah, but the Americans are permitted to join if they choose, a Jewish Agency spokesman declared at a press conference. The question arose in reference to the death in action last week of Moshe Perlstein, an American student-veteran at the university, who joined the Haganah. The funeral of Perlstein and overhead while a Haganah unit fired a three-volley salute over the graves. Most of the corpses were horribly mutilated, one of the witnesses later told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and only four men could actually be identified. A number were decapitated. The Kfar Etzion battle, which was opened by the Arabs in the middle of last week, continued to rage during the early part of this week as numerous bands of Arabs I attacked Jewish defenders in and around the settlement. Observers stated that the battle was probably the fiercest thus far in the war which has now entered its seventh week. Meanwhile, several new battles were fought between Jews and Arabs at Beth Jamal and Hartuf, in the same vicinity. The Haganah lost two men killed and a number wounded, but inflicted scores of casualties on Arab units, at least one of which numbered over 100 men. A party of Arab reinforce(Continued n Page 4) the other 34 Haganah members killed in an Arab ambush en route to the relief of surrounded Kfar Etzion settlers was held in Kfar Etzion. Preparations for a cortege to leave Jerusalem for the settlement in the Hebron Hills were carried out with secrecy and dispatch. Only one member of the family of each of the fallen men was permitted to go and several members of the Agency executive were included in the party which was taken to Kfar Etzion in armored Army trucks and armored police cars. Along the route to the settlement the convoy was forced to halt several times for British troops to clear away Arab roadblocks and the members of the party saw a number of unoccupied snipers' posts. Less than a mile from the settlement, the convoy was met by an honor guard of Haganah troops and settlers. The British troops deployed themselves about the cemetery to prevent the Arabs from launching any attacks which would interfere with the burial service. A Jewish plane circled Restrictive Covenants Case Argued Before Supreme Court Tribunal WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Comparing restrictive convenants :o the Nuremberg Codes forcing Jews into ghettos, a Washington attorney this week told the Supreme Court that a covenant which would have forced a non-Jewish woman to oust her lewish husband and their half-Jewish children from her home, was worse than the Nazi law,* Arab Ammunition Shipment Discovered NEW YORK, (JTA)—Notwithstanding the ban on shipment of terms and ammunition to Arab countries, a transport of 8,000 rounds of shotgun ammunition was discovered at a Jersey City pier marked for shipment to a firm in Damascus, capital of Syria, where Arab units are being trained for guerrilla fighting in Palestine. because the Nazis made exception to breaking up of families. Phileas Indritz, co-attorney in a case involving restrictive property sold to a Negro by a white owner in the District of Columbia, told the Court that covenants affect such persons as Charles Curtis, former Vicc-President of the United States, who was fullblooded Indian; Albert Einstein; former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau; Marian Anderson and Negro Scientist George Washington Carver. The Court completed oral hearings on four cases involving racially restrictive covenants on real estate in St. Louis, Detroit and Washington. The counsel defending covenants held that covenants are private agreements between private individuals and therefore not affected by the Fourteenth Amendment which makes discrimination illegal; that the covenants are recorded property rights with the force of a legal contract and that it is the duty of the Court to enforce them. They also asked the Court to decide the cases only on the basis of the constitutionality of the covenants, and argued that sociological and economic data presented by the petitioners to show the detrimental effect of the covenants was not pertinent to the case. Attorneys opposing the covenants pointed out that widespread use of the covenants amounted to indirect legislation that was discriminatory in effect and that the state—by previous court decisions and the spirit of the Fourteenth Amendment—is legally prohibited from initiating or enforcing segregation. They also argued that court action constitutes no less a state action than action by the legislative or executive branches, and the state immediately became involved as soon as the contract was entered into since the agreement is made with the idea that the state will enforce it. Without that tacit understanding, they argued, contracts would be useless. They also held that such covenants violate the constitutionally protected rights of the Negro to acquire property and that they violate the public policy of the United States. the creation of a United Nations sown; Initial Gifts To CJ A Campaign Show Amazing Increases ILIOI ^se*" ** „ toA-inn tn Carl Weinkle—$18,000 to $20.The Winter Residents Division 44 Jewish community leaders who to %%?*$* S188.500 to the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal £*££; J to the 1948 Combined Jewish *fl+tt£Z5l* $132,500, at the first meeting of the Initial Gifts Unit ne Sunday morning at the White HouseHotel "This amazing result is a good^ augury for the success of the 1948 campaign and starts the 1948 drive off on a resounding note of confidence in victory," declared Sam Blank and Max Orovitz, cochairmen of the Initial Gifts Unit, in a joint statement issued after the meeting. Morris Klass. campaign director, enthusiastically seconded this prediction of a successful campaign. "It should be noted." Mr. Klass said, "that moil of those present at the Initial Gifts Unit meeting had given substantial increases in 1946 and 1947 and the prospects in 1948 for their increased giving, especially on such a grand not been considered ,oo bright. In my opinion, the rate of increase established by these pace setters will make a welcome mark for all other Contibutor, to shoot at. If w. can %  maintain this pace, there ubtO. question but that Miami will 'M^Kiass immediately sent a report of the results of the In.tia rift* meeting to national heaaS2?ter?ffSl United Jewish Api He did this, he explained, fo 3 show th national leaders that Miami which is the first major city !" n the country to conduct a campaign, has "started off on the r, Si 0 ii' the outstanding toCre C a rB?an U k-$16.500 to ,25,000 Abraham Goodman—$24,500 to $30,000 Charles Greenfield—$3,500 to $10,500 Harry Koretsky—$500 to $3,000 Rabbi Irving Lehrman—$300 to $1,000 Norman Liebling—$2,500 to $7,500 Joseph Lipton-$1,250 to $2,500 I L. Mintzer—$2,000 to $10,000 Max Orovitz—$5,000 to $10,000 Joseph Richter—$5,000 to $15,000 Joseph Rose—$2,000 to $5,000 Sam Rost—$4,000 to $15,000 Dan Ruskin—$5,000 to $10,000 J. Gerald Lewis—$5,000 to $10,000 Jacob Sher—$15,000 to $25,000 Harry Simberg—$5,000 to $10,000 Harry and Sam Simonhoff— $1,500 to $4,500 Ed Singer—$2,000 to $5,000 Harry Sirkin—$3,300 to $10,000 Al Stone—$2,000 to $4,000 Carl Weinkle—$18,000 to $20, 000 Jacob Ziskind—$1,000 to $10,000 Speakers at the meeting were Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Max Orovitz and Harry Simonhoff. who recently returned from a tour of displaced persons camps in Europe and a visit to Palestine. Rabbi Lehrman thrilled his listeners when he related how the three members of the Federation's overseas mission arrived in the Holy Land on the same day that the United Nations decision to create a Jewish State in Palestine was announced. Harry Simonhoff pleaded for American Jewry's support for Hagana "for the defense of the new Jewish State against all enemies." This year Hagana is included in the United Jewish Appeal. With the Initial Gifts Unit off to a good start. Chairman Joseph R. Stein of the 1948 campaign said that every unit of the camCarl Susskind—$2,000 to $5,000 paign was swinging into action. The Winter Residents Division under the co-chairmanship of Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky and Dave Phillips is planning a series of functions for winter residents. Under the co-chairmanship of Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Dorothy Fink, the speakers bureau was organized at a meeting at Federation quarters last Wednesday. Letters have been sent to every Jewish organization in Greater Miami asking them to set aside a portion of their meetings during the next two months for a presentation of the 1948 campaign needs. Mr. Fink is preparing a speakers manual for the use of members of the speakers bureau. The liquor division under the co-chairmanship of Ned Sail and Sidney Weinstock moved swiftly with two meetings this week and a breakfast meeting scheduled for next Sunday morning at the White House Hotel. Harry Simon(Continued n Page 4) ft • • '.



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HHSEB UDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 +.knislth*ldUan PAGE THREE teSolosko To Head iolom Men's Club [•The Men's Club of Temple Beth „lom will hold an installation inner Monday evening at 6:30 T ,he patio of the Temple, it | as announced by Sam GoodIan chairman of the program fcmmittee. Incoming president is [ b( Solosko who will replace |],. x Strauss. Other officers to installed include Dr. Dennis %  uittner, Maury Morris, Sam A. loodman, vice presidents; Seylour Klein, treasurer, and Herert Shapiro, secretary. Members n d guests are invited. Protest "Kacli.'i" In Reservations Racketeering in railroad reservations is the subject of a letter sent last week to the chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission by K. Chaachou, 5041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, on behalf of two dozen Miami Beach hotels. In the letter Chaachou claims that agencies and individuals have been making trains reservations far in advance, selling them at a profit, and redeeming the unused ones without loss. The practice, he says, has long prevented full use of the railroads. Junior Hadassah ivites New Members A meeting of the Junior HaLssah chapter will be held TuesCv at 8 p.m., at the home of emporary chairman Miss Rosirnn Drosd, 2408 S.W. 23rd St. Fhc meeting will be open to young tomen between the ages of 18 ad 25 who are interested in this rork. Miss Ruth Ludwin, who k-ill be guest speaker, will ad„i ?( and help the newly formed fcroup. Plans are being made for membership tea in February. Miss Audrey Myers, chairman jf the .nombership drive cornwill be glad to answer j'nv questions regarding the I Her residence is 535 S.W. hh st. Poale Zion To Hear Bostonian Zionist The Poale Zion will meet at the Beth Jacob auditorium, 301 Washington Ave., Tuesday evening at 8. The speaker will be Abe Hamlin, of Boston, a member of the Palestine Histadrut Committee, who has recently returned from the Holy Land. He will give an eye-witness report on current developments. Kadya Molodowsky, poetess, will also be on the program. The affair is open to the public and admission is free. Council Forums Discuss Prejudice The Public Speaking Forum, sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, will begin its second series of Forum talks with a luncheon at Fu Manehu, January 30th at 12:30. "Racial Prejudice" will be the topic for panel discussion, it has been announced by Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, director of the Forum. Moderator will be Mrs. Bob Schwartz and speakers include Mrs. Harold Auslander, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. Julius Oshlag and Mrs. Bernard Fuller. Those desiring reservations should call Mrs. Harry Schiff, 5-1960, or Mrs. Aaron Farr, 6-2355. B'nai B'rith Launches Family Project Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith "Adopt a Family" program for 1948 has been launched by Jules P. Channing, chairman, it was announced by Walter Kovner, president. More —— $ than 35 European families have IMiamians at Conference George J. Talianoff and Gilbert B.ilkin will leave for Atlanta this week to attend the southern Conference of AntiDefamution League and B'nai B'rith Professionals on January 24th and 25th. ^WIAVER Distributors VHy PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4951 We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos Mayor Robert Floyd At B'nai B'rith Luncheon Mayor Robert Floyd will be guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon today in the Downtown Club. The mayor will discuss some of the highlights of the recent controversy which took place among the members of the city commission. He will also speak on "A Progressive and Successful Municipal Government in Miami." Last Call For Scholarship Applications A. P. Gannes, Bureau of Jewish Education director, announced that this is the final weekend during which applications for the Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarship for Hebrew at the University of Miami, will be accepted. Application may be made by mail to the Bureau's office, 318 Congress Building. Home For Aged Elects Board Members At a recent meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami the following were elected to the board of directors: Dr. D. Andron, Sam Aronstein, Yetta Beck, Leo Chaikin, Berny Cohen, Charles Cohen, Irving Frankel, M. H. Frankel, Louis Gilman, Harry Gordon, Fanny Land, S. Lobel, Max London, Norman M. Miller, S. B. Miller, I. Mintzer, Max Orovitz, W. J. Piowaty, Sam Reinhard, Paul Raff, Hyland Rifas, Monte Selig, Herbert Sher, Sophie T. Sherry, Judge Harold B. Spaet, John Temple and Dr. B. Weinkle. On February 10th election of officers will take place at Temple Beth Sholom. been provided with clothing of all kinds. According to the plan, persons may bring clothing to the garage-storeroom of Mrs. A. J. Tobin, 849 Lenox Ave. The committee, assisted by the women's chapter, sort the clothing and accepted items are cleaned, packed and shipped to specific families adopted by the Beach organizations. Herbert Frink, former mayor of Miami Beach and general manager of Vann Cleaners, has volunteered to have the cleaning done without charge. There is no pickup system; individuals must deliver the clothing. All persons are invited to participate in the collection drive. I £* J&GUS BROS HYf Is tlic uksr FLOORS Sanded and Finished 5c a square foot and up. Expert Workmanship Phones 3-9777—3-7966 VETS—TED and JESS ALS Select Hearthrob The ALS Girls will select their "Hearthrob" at the first annual Hearthrob Dance of the group which will be held at the IOOF Hall, 215 N.W. 4th St., February 14th. Four candidates for the honor are Dennis Gitland, Herb Hersch, Richard Pallot and Don Reisman. Dance committee members are Charlene Cootner, chairman, Rita Shlafrock, Anita Gurkey, Julie Chabmer and Evelyn Greenfield. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will eave on a new roof later "Satiafaotory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. w. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6M0 Orthodox Package Party The Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood will hold its annual package party at the synagogue on Sunday at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds will go toward the building fund of the Congregation. Mrs. Charles Stahl is chairman of the affair, with Harry Pearl serving as auctioneer. Admission fee will be a package and the public is invited to attend. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 So Many Years And it lives on in Jewish Tradition Q 6 6 6 0


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PAGE EIGHT Double-Ring Candlelight Ceremony Joins Shirley Pardo Philip Saval At a double-ring candlelight ceremony in the Blackstone Hotel. Shirley Pardo. daughter of Mr and Mrs Isiel J. Pardo, 1239 15th St.. was married to Stanley Saval. son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Saval. 236S S.W. 12th St. on Januarj 3rd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. In the bridal party were Dons Schnu '"•'• Mar.'ia Saval, sisl m, and Miriai cousin of the bl maids. Ralph 5a> the groom. Jack Pa .-. Manny Jacobson. Alberl Pard H Levine, Joseph P Zeeve, ushers. Miss V. Jacobson. niece of th : tired as a also in the p. Foil, w .:'... thi lyweds teft ne for a 1 moon in I res ding l 42 SW 12th Av< A .. M High Sch Mrs. Saval is i ::.> mb( i' : Jun an • Junior Li. a Juni(: L army ...i force for tw half years. Ou: f town guests Mr. .:--• Mrs M i Baltimore: Mi J. Pernkin, V %  %  % % %  Mrs Jack Pai Mis Ann K D. C. 9-Jmistfhridiar FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, l 948 %  %  """ Hebrew Academy February Term Enrollment Open The Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach, i *" [ng ; [ions for ,he second half of th whoolj '" es a Pi S ive He: lents .: %  • %  Ihildrenof S %  o il. %  i prov li ta tion. Hot lun .. r hn ents ten in the which %  tizens in th< Pioneer Card Party Xhi ; neei '•'•' i :. is ring a I i ..: ::i: Beth David S litorium Mrs. Pearl Kr< ..need invil Adrefn hments % %  %  I navi. Tvler. orchestra leader of the Beachcomber, discusiino nlans for the fourth annual luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood with Mrs. Murray Maurer, chairman of the luncheon, and MrsBenjamin Seidler, chairman of reservations. The luncheon will be held on Wednesday, February 18. 12-30 D m at the Beachcomber. The Beachcomber show and night club entertainers from other night clubs will appear at thi, giU function The Sisterhood's Annual Calendar Journal will be git n as souvenirs to all those attending. Reservations will be made on a first come, first-served basis and may be obtained through Mis. Maurer or Mrs. Seidler. SAT^^^^^S n iiATTii iincoin Mrs. Philip Saval Jewish Art Troupe In Local Appearance Under Fraternal Auspices Coming to M following through) ut thi Jewisr. Art Ti -•:• unr.< • No. : : -.v.:: S ng 'will be at the M Seni< t H gh School The Rose:. Git .-, • %  Sev. V i-i. and the wellI cles. Benfit Show Goal Is S50.000 Will Variety Heart Show at the 1 Ft need yest thai i $5C .. has been set for •he show. Proceeds will be .'. %  SIPERFLLOL'S HAIR Remevea c> Multiple Electric NH: es ard Raa o Vat c. The enl> •ate ana permanent r-eth:^s. K Frar:ei A M N 1431 K F r ea a L I V S Wii' -jton Ave M. Phone 5S-J520 Bead Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL •s 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 I :-. Y< PAINTING L. J. BOGNER PHCNE 9-0551 and .. W : Su n ission! in Technicolor TYRONE POWER "Captain From Castile" Jecn Pe'.ers Cesar Romero Lee 1. Cobb '^HWm It II Ft FOR RENT Folding Chairs See T Tor row Stria H1NDEE FOLDING CHAIR CO. USE ma at u i3-6176—Phone I Hull ORKIN the TffiMfi RAT CONTROL Complete TERMITE CONTROL Bonded Guarantee Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE MEATS m+ilvtuhj-vtntlivd %  +Favorite Old-fashioned Way! in the Meats like Mother used to make— with that .satisfying flavor and real home cooked goodness the choicest cuts of ter.der \W~< pure kosher beef— all beef—perfectly pre-cooked according to tesl I recipes. OOD PMODUcrS i f ^Uicnve OIMCII-IH,,,,, • Ready in a Jlffr • J" 5 heat and serve'. P r duced and packed in th e United States, in our own plant; under 0* government inspect"* and stnetest rabb.rucal supervision. Ask for TAMAR KOSHER CANNED MEATS TOPS IN QUALITY. CONVENIENCE. KASHRUTH! Tamar Koiher Meatt are distributed in Florida by LEVINSOBf FOOD SPEriAl-TV 165 N.E. 24th St.. Miami. Flo. Phone 3-7791



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*(f.mT-t>^;. .•i?v* !v#*&g( PAGE TWELVE Joseph M. Lipton, Dade Federal Pres Reveals Resources Exceed $20,000,000 At the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami. > to render a real service to Greater Miami through its promotion Beach Office Moves The secretarj M' am Beach Lod* V* Bn* ow located at 605 Lu RoadHit. 605. in the fl l L Greene. weU-knc broker, space without cost to the The phone nun %  '--' % %  FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, of thrift and home-ownership. Dade Federal closed the year 1946 with resources totaling more than $16,000,000, whereas, on December 31, 1947, we closed with more than $20,000,000, an increase of number, we have ben able to add about $300,000 to our... and surpluses, after paying off oi our expenses and 23 dividends to all of our membi -We have during the year built and installed a new. moderi fireproof vault which will give even better service than we havi been giving in the past Mr. Upton clo.-cd his rcp<: pledging to devotr the Association's efforts toward encouraging debt-fiee home-ownership and to further the interest of thrift tor all of our people. Said Mr. Lipton, "these are the principles upon which our business is founded and to that end we are looking forward with confidence." Membership Tea A n A Mrs. J. C. G Road, wil Home fo. I I at 1:30 P-i %  been membei The Gesu Drama Guild, a non-sectarian organization, will present a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta "The Gondoliers' on February 24th and 25th at the Miami Edison High School auditorium. Reservations may be secured by calling 9-1424. Mavor Marcie Lieberman of Miami Beach, who has *&** ,„, chairmanship of the hotel division in th. 1948 Combing J„. u i^Zri of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. rectW *. 15 P ^rstron. his co-chairman. Jo. Gardner, flanked b/£ ?£££2. Sam Lachman and Irving TnnUL "Greeters Frolic and Dance" will be presented by the Hotel Greeters of Tropical Charter 19. for the third successive year, tomorrow evening it tat Sovereign Hotel. The affair a open to non-members and then will be no admission charga, Joseph M. Lipton approximately $4,000,000. The Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami has increased in savings accounts during the year 1947 of over $2,500,000." Mr. Lipton also noted in his address to the membership that over 3100 savings accounts were opened during the past year. "During 1947," said Mr. Lipton, "we have placed a total of 1,689 loans totaling close to $11,000,000. thus, at the close of business December 31, 1947, Dade Federal has a total mortgage loan investment of over $18,150,000, an all time high for the Association. To further break-down this mortgage loan amount: Over $1,333,000 was loaned to veterans at the rate of 4% per annum: FHA mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration of over $4,448,000." Altogether it was pointed out that the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association has 31% of its mortgage loans insured, or guaranted by either the Veterans Administration or the Federal Housing Administration. "It has been one of our objectives," said Mr. Lipton, "to make more housing available particularly to veterans, however, the major objective has been and will continue to be to make certain that funds entrusted to your Association are carefully and conscientiously invested in home mortgages of the best quality. Carefully selected mortgages of this class are considered the soundest of all private investments." Mr. Lipton continued, and in speaking of reserves said, "No one today doubts that the provision for sufficient reserve constitutes sound managerial policy. Our reserves amount to 6.1% of our total assets, and more than 10% reserve against our own mortgages, exclusive of F.H.A. and veterans loans. At the present time our surplus is over $1,227,000." "In spite of the fact that during the past several years interest rates on mortgages hav* 1 been on a downward path particularly with regards to veterans and F.H.A. loans of which we have been making a considerable FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS FRANKLIN D. ROOSfVILT, FOUNOfK This Messo,, Mode P„ ssible Through (he CooperaHon 0 ACME SEPTIC TANK CO 5500 N. W. 37th Ave. Miami Beach First National Bank 1651 Alton Road ^^ Beach LEO GERNGROSS Miami Beach. Florida tilt, L UIE S GLASS SHOP 4402 N. W. 27th Ave. Miami Miami BERKLEY LTD. INC. 336 Lincoln Road Miami Bch



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llDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 rJewlstrhrkMan PAGE FIVE er son ally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quadow, former Miamians. have retried after a year spent in Phoenix, Arizona, California, Texas id Mexico. They are residing far the present with Mrs. aadow's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, %  N.W. 7th Ave. + New arrivals at the New Surf Hotel, Surfside .this week are and Mrs. Morris Kelinman, of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. jmmy H. Borowitz, Maplewood, N. J., and Mrs. Anna Goss, Providence, R. I. Visiting from Cleveland where they are ^nnected with the Pick-and-Pay stores, are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jverberg, who are making an extended stay at the New Surf, tpected shortly are Morris Wexler and Robert Tito. The former I the owner of the Theatrical Grill in Cleveland and the Good BWS Racing Stables. Mr. Tito is owner of the Latrobe Brewery Al Kopf of Brooklyn, N. Y. is visiting his sister and brotherl-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman at 1441 S.W. 5th St. Mrs. Dave Kauier, Newark, N. J. is spending a few weeks [ith her cousins the Max Bergmans, 1441 S.W. 5th St. Mr. and Mrs. Ilia Saviiz of Crown Heights, New York, are fciami visitors, staying at the Revlin Hotel. Mr. Savitz is the (jcle of Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hollander, of Chicago, are the guests the Sam Prostermans, 4427 Royal Palm Ave. Mrs. Hollander the All-Chicago president of the Women's Division of the lerican Jewish Congress and is prominent in Jewish activities that city. January 26th marks the 12th wedding anniversary of the sige Talianoffs. The couple were recipients of many conciliatory messages. + %  %  Joyce Ellen Forrest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Forrest, |5 Michigan Ave., will celebrate her 5th birthday Sunday with gathering at three o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kapner, 331 Ridgeland Drive, have had their guests Mrs. Kapner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius ewman, of Chicago. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kerman, 717 Biscayne Drive, ;ntly wefre their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. srbert Kerman, and children. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Price, annual Miami visitors, are spendthe season at the Rendale Hotel. They are accompanied re by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dolan. Mr. Price is the owner of the alony Hotel, Great Neck, Long Island. Formerly residents of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Goodm, and daughter Carol, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Harold ind, 115 2nd Ter., Rivo Alto Island, for several weeks. The imans are now residents of Englewood, N. J. Mr. Goodman I the brother of Mrs. Rand. Pioneer Women Present Sorin. Piano Virtuoso Samuel Sorin, piano virtuoso, will present a concert under the auspices of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women February 8th at the Municipal auditorium. Proceeds of the presentation will go toward the establishment of rehabilitation centers and training programs for the European women entering Palestine. Mrs. Hairy Albert, chairman of the ticket booth committee, announces that Mrs. Henry Scltlln of Club 1 will be In charKe of ticket sales at "> Mercantile Hank Building; Mrs. Evld Washer, Kadimah Chapter, at Burdino's. Mrs. Washer will be asIMUI liy Mrs. Al Alpert. Mrs. Theo Abel, Mis. Sydney Becker, Mrs. Joe Bloch. Mrs. Sol Braun, Mrs. Al Chaikln. Mrs. B. Chlzlk, Mrs. Nat Coulton, Mrs. Joe Cutler, Mrs. Albeit H. Berson. Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan, Mrs. Arthur Kravitz, Mrs. B. Kaoei. Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. Jus. Mllfrrain, Circle Luncheon The Workmen's Circle Women's Club of Vladeck Branch 699. Miami, will hold a luncheon and card party Wednesday at 12 noon at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Proceeds will go to the Vladeck Home for the Orphan Children in Paris, France. The Workmen's Circle School of Miami will hold its monthly cultural and literary evening meeting at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St., Sunday at 8 p.m. M. Gleberman, teacher of the school, will discuss the works and poetry of Mani Leib. Mrs. Jack Muravchtck, Mrs. Barbara flreenberg, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Mrs. Ma Myron, Mrs. Delia Rifkln. Mrs. Louis Welner. Mrs. Harold <;. Shapiro. Mrs. Hyman Sootln and Mrs. Krcd Sandier. Mr. and Mrs. N. Adelman, 1421 N.W. 1st St., have as their guest Miss Sylvia Lyon, of Maryland. Miss Lyon, who is a niece of the Adelmans, will remain for several weeks. Phi Sigma Sigmas Attend Picnic Phi Sigma Sigma members of Beta Theta chapter at the University of Miami were entertained at a weiner roast Saturday, January 10, at Matheson Hammock. The alumnae chapter of greater M-ami will be hostesses for the annual affair. General chairman for the picnic is Mrs. Hyman Koch assisted by Mrs. Ted Simon. Guests at the picnic included visiting alumnae: Mrs. Allan Schwartz, Elizabeth town, Pa., honorary member of Iota chapter at the University of Pittsburg, and Mrs. Abraham Halperin of Pittsburg. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, president of the alumnae chapter, has appointed Miss Helene Hirchthal, gift chairman, and Mrs. Jerome Adelman, chairman of magazine subscriptions for the rheumatic fever fund. 8 jirain \5.eAtnaint JTlanteit Sensitone skin lotion and Sungiow face powder pad .50* each ^ENSITONE LOTION is a cientifically blended lotion specially recommended for ensitive skins or skins injlined to eruption. Shades of latural, muted rose and sunIn. 4 ounces $3.50* fUNGLOW FACE POWDER a smooth-textured powder, frat will help give your face even, mellow glow. Powder Jx contains pure virgin wool Jwder puff. 3V4 ounces $3* %  URDINE'S, MIAMI. roiLKTRIKt, STBMT FLOOR kLSO AT MIAMI BEACH AND FT. LAUDERBALE Miami B. & P. Meeting At Miami Y Monday A regular business meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will be held on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami "Y," it has been announced by Miss Ethel Weinstein, president. The game and card party, originally planned for January 27th has been postponed until Wednesday, February 11th, and will be held at the Shorecrest Hotel. Final arrangements will be discussed at Monday's meeting. Margaret Weinstein is fund-raising chairman in charge of the forthcoming affair. Rose Chapter Dinner A spaghetti dinner will be held by the Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Tuesday, January 27th, at 7 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Anna Malter, 4561 Post Ave., Miami Beach, it has been announced by Mrs. Maxine Reinhard, president. Those attending the affair must bring a new member to be admitted. A program will follow the dinner, devoted to a description of community service work undertaken by B'nai B'rith women s .-t %  SS&r rXoGUST PROS HY, %  is t / %  < HI • Bill, they tell me the FlcjriWm Shoe Store on Southeast first Street is now closed." "Oh, but you haven't heard the half of it! We've opened one four times as big—at 245 East Ragler. Best looking, most modern layout in town. Come on over and let us show you the works!" HAVE OU SEE! Our Magnificent New Store at 245 East Flagler Street? The Finest FLORSHEIM SHOES ever to be shown in Miami? >. To launch this new store in fitting style, we assembled the largest and finest stock of Florsheim Shoes it has ever been our privilege to show. Come in early for your selections. Florshei ffltesyMe 245 E. FLAGLER STREET •• •



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 +Jewisti fkrtc/t'jr PAGE THIRTBBN Joint Forum Series by Gables B'nai B'rith Hillel Groups Present Dr. Gordon Love joy "The World We Live In" will be the subject of the forthcoming Coral Gables B'nai B'rith-Hillel Forum series to be held at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Chairman of the series is Sidney Lewis. Lectures and discussions will be held every month and will be open to the public. The lectures will cover the I fields of modern science, art, literature, psychology, philosophy, the humanities and religion. FolI lowing the lectures open discussion will be held, after which refreshments will be served by the ladies of the Coral Gables | Auxiliary. Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy will be I the speaker at the first meeting on Tuesday at 8:30. Dr. Lovejoy [fills the chair of professor of Human Relations at the Uni[versity of Miami. He is the auIthor of a number of articles and is a member of the American Sociological Society, National Geographic Society. During the I war Dr. Lovejoy served in the [Navy for three years. — Zionist Luncheon Held [Weekly on Wednesday Abe Goodman, a member of I the National Executive of the Zionist Organization of America, addressed the Miami Beach Zion[ist District Luncheon Club Wednesday at the National Hotel. The I Luncheon Club will meet every [Wednesday at 12:15 at the hotel. |The public is invited to attend.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the IMiami Beach Jewish Center, will [be guest of honor and speaker at | the luncheon scheduled for this I week. Dr. Gordon Lovejoy I landau Chapter Hosts The Clara Hirsch Landau [Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young | Women, were hostesses Monday to the Tropical Lodge of B'nai [B'rith at a joint meeting and entertainment held at Temple Beth Isholom. On the program were [Ronnie Zobel, Jack Harris, Evan [Stein, Al Kaplan and Shirley ICollegeman. Dedication ceremonies of a icroll contributed to the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretthols. honoring the memory of their •on Sydney, will be held Sunday at I p.m.. in the auditorium of the Academy. Prominent local leaders will address the gathe*ing of members and hiei.ds and a musical program is scheduled. Cellist At Symphony Gregor Piatigorsky, 'cellist, will appear Sunday and Monday with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at the fourth pair of subscription concerts presented this season. The program will consist of overture to Benvenuto Cellini, English Folk Songs, Tod Und Verklaei ung. and Concerto in B Minor, Op. .104. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaging in businesa under tin. fictitious name or PARK BAR, at 2541 I'alm Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida, and Intend to register said name with the Clerk of [lie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IIAKllY SCHWARTZ. ESTHER KAUZIN. MARVIN RAUZTN, WAHMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Applicants. 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name o' FLAGLER POOD SHOP at 271 Bast Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intend lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. l'l"i Ida. JACK COULD EDWARD HOUAN Petitioners. MYERS, HB1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners. 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 Obituary MRS. ANNA SALZMAN GROSSMAN Aged 54, of 220 N.W. Fourth St., died Wednesday. She Is survive, i i,\ two daughters, Mrs. Victoria Kuohler and Miss Edith Salzman, and three sons. Harry. Clarence and Sidney, Services were conducted Thursday in the Riverside Memorial chapel. Burial was In aft Sinai cemetery. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION |1N TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11'1'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FuR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 114148. [UAKCARET EVELYN STUBER. llaintlff. vs. JOHN EDWARD BTUBBR, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE |TO. JOHN EDWARD STUBER, L36 Steuben Street, I ii a. New York V"t\ JOHN EDWARD STL'BKK, Mil s.. residence Is stated above, are %  ereby notified to file your appearance IJn the above cause for divorce on or Ittfore February 24, 1948, otherwise a P< • pro confesso will be entered |against you. E. B. LEATHERMA.N. Clerk, above Court. |tt ii cult Court Seal) By M. C. OREBN. Deputy Clerk. %  MARION BROOK! %  Attorney for Plaintiff l*J Olympla Building %  Ukum, Florida 11/21-30 2/6-13 ORDER OF PUBLICATION BIM TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, % LOKIDA. — IN UMANtUll, NO. mm. %  JAN .COUFALL. PlalntlH, vs. I '•' < HJ.E COUFALL, Defendant. I"' LUCILLE COUFALL. S717—oth street, Jackson Heights, Queens. New York: >' i ire hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill ot %  eompiaint for divorce filed against lu'.i. V JAN COUFALL, on or before %  ••in day of February. 1948, otherwise lull a "* at o na of aald bill will be I iiV.'v.', 1 ." ""onfessed against you. le.J ANI) oltl.KKHI) this lth | !" y of January, 1948. E. B. LEATHEKMAN, ., „ Clerk of the Circuit Court |tllrrult Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, ;,.,.,.,.,. Deputy Clerk. l*OROg j. TALIANOFF NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "l-'ictitlous Name Statute," House Pill No, 1175. Chapter No. MM1, Laws ol Florida. 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt: PARK PHARMACY under Which we are engaged In business. We expect to engage In business at number 2200 Southwest Eighth Street, In the City of Miami. Florida. That the parties interested In saw business enterprise, are as follows: HENRY OILMAN SOPHIE OILMAN RUDOLPH SCH Kit SALLY BCHBR JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants. 1/23-30 2/6-13-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA. IN AND I-OR I'AI'L COUNTY; IN CHANCERY, NO. NORMAN A. C.ILLKN. r!aintlff. vs. BELLE (ilLLKN, Defendant. YOU. BELLE GlLLBN, c o Omeral Delivery. SAN FRANCISCO, I AL1FORMA, are notified to file your appearance in the above i .ii.se or divorce, on or before February 19. IW, or a decree pre confess,, w.ll be entered against you DATED: ^^^V. .lEKM.^, ClerK. (Circuit Court SBStt r ( K| ,,. N Deputy Clerk WABMAN, SILVI:I: and BAKOWIT1S, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1/23-30 2/6-13 ^__^_ NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY, FWlRIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 113810. FRANCES G. GROUX, l'laintlff, vs. KENNETH I.. (iUOUX, Defendant. TO: KENNETH L. GROUX, HO Grove Street Tarreytown, New York You are hereby notified and requlred to appear to the Hill of complaint riled In the above styled cause, • m or before February 6th, 1948, OtherWise tile Kill of Complaint Will DO taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Fiondian, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this Oth day of January, 1918. E. B. LEATHEKMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Fla. 1/9-U-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Star Watch and Jewelry at 45 N.W. 1st Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PIX)RBNCE PELTZ Sole Owner. Weinstein, Welnstein and Weinstein Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — No. 18098. RE: ESTATE OF FRANK DBUT8CH, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Frank Deutsch deoeased, and that on the 2nd day of February, 1948, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Mann Deutsch, deceased. This 31st day of December, 1947. LEWIS CHESTER, Executor. MARX II. FEIN BERG 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. Tl'th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, HERMAN MACK Petitioner. MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Herman Mack 1/2-9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t*at the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name ef Kelly's Drive In at 1100 N. VT. Le Jeune Road, Miami, Florida, Intense to register said name with the ClerK of the Circuit Court of Dade Ceuaty. Florida. KELLY'S INC. FRANK K. SOLOMON 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 ef Club 79 at 766 E. 25Ui Street, Hlaleah, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Ceurt of Dade County, Florida. SAM H. BRUSa Sole Owner FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Petitioner 606 Seybold Building 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of Fortune Stores at 27 N.E. let Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MEYER FINE, INC. FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Petitioner 606 Seybold Building 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 114014. PAULA SEIGENBERG, Plalntm, vs. SOLOMON L. SEIGENBERG. Defendant. THE STATE I >F FLORIDA: TOi SOLOMON L. SEIGENBERG iTi". East 16th 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 I2th day of February. 1948, otherwise the allegation of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Older he published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATED this 13th day of January, 1948. E. B, LEATHERMA.N. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER 1708 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida 1/16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,da A cOB H COHBN Sole Owner. 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS^I^-VEN that thTOeYalgned. a^*ES %  business un.le, He MetttOUS ';""'„„ Dolores mouses al t0 K1 da MAYER P. REINER NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 114044. JOHN MICHAEL BARONE, Plaintiff, vs. MARY PAULA BARONE, Defendant. TO: MARY PAULA BARONE 1116 Tiffany Street Bronx. New York You are hereby notified and requlred to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before February 13, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 13th day of January, 19IS. E. B. LEATHEKMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN A ttoi ney at Law IM3 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1 Hi -23-30 2/6 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 113696. AHULL LEVEINB, Plaintiff, vs. UWRENCE LEVEINB, Defendant. TO: LAW KEN CE LEVEINB Residence Unknown i.i • 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 BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks in the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 23rd day of December, 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit CourL (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAJN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 12/26 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 A & G Plumbing Contractors at 1121 Ocean Blvd., N. Miami Beach. Flew. Intend to register aald name wit* the Clerk of the Ciroult Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN OORELICIC 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 ot BOZART RADIO at 63 N. B. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES BOZART MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALLEN'S TRADING STORE at 146 Northwest Fourteenth Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUTH MILLEK Wasman, Silver & Sakowlts Attorneys for Applicant 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Is business under the fictitious name of MAS GROCERY at 4416 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends te register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT F. SHANNON Petitioner. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner. 12/19-26 1/2-9-1S ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 114*00, HOPE DOANB, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT E. DOANE, Detendnnt. STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ROBERT E. DOANB Lincoln Hotel Salem, Massachusetts You are hereby notified and ordered to appeal I., the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 20th day of February, 19 IS; otherwise the alienations of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you I., i this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATED Chls 20th day of January, 1948. B. B. LEATHERMA.N. Clerk, Circuit court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H, RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Bldg., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In .usiness under the fictitious name of Gordon Roofing and Sheet Metal Works at 414 S.W. 22nd Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intend to register eald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACK GORDON IDA R. GORDON SAN FORD S. FAUNCB Attorney for Applicants 566 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 of Club Savoy at 535 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ELLIOT SIMONS Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 113723. RUTH TOWERS. Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN TOWERS, Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO! NATHAN TOWERS, 156$ East 8th Street, Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In tne above-styled cause on or before the 26th day of January, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken aa confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. DATED this 26th day of December. 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. A. J. KAPLAN Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Build NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUKV IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 20288. In Re: ESTATE OF LEWIS LEWENSTE1N. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said state: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to preeent any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN doceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. FKANK BLANTOM, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In tne County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, 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. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated January 8, A. D. 1948. JOSEPH BURKHOLZ, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN, Deceased. HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executor 1/16-23-30 2/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMM 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 113900. Lois C. Herget, Plaintiff, vs. Emll L. Herget, Defendant. TO: EMIL L. HERGET, 88-46 1X6UI Street, Hollls, Long Island. New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill or complaint for divorce filed against you by LOIS C. HERGET on or before the 6th day of February. 1948. otnerwlse the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED Uile '.'til day of January, 1948. E. B. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GKEKN, Deputy Clerk. GEOROE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plalntitf 1/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage lo business under the fictitious name of Miami Watch Crystal Co. at 127 N.M. 1st Avenue. Miami. Fla. intends te register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dad* County, Florida ROBERT KUTN1



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)AY, JAN UARY 23, 19 48 lie ago Host To iuncil Of Welfare jnds Conference E W YORK (WNS)—Taking t e in a year when continued L-scale European relief and tbi'litation assistance, comfed with the implementation of h\ decision on Palestine, exLd large-scale European rej and rehabilitation assistance, Ibmed with the implementaJ of the UN decision on PalesI, expected large-scale immiton to this country and inLing health and welfare s at home will create great Visibilities for American |rv. the 16th General Assem|cf the Council of Jewish Fedlions anw Welfare Funds, reenting the organized Jewish munities of the United States Canada, will be the most Iientous in histoiy, Stanley C. fcrs. national president of the r\VF. declared here. utstanding authorities in the s nf overseas relief, Palesl health, education, economics %  social welfare will be heard Ithc more than 1,000 lay and %  cssii>n;'l leaders who are exled to attend the Assembly to %  place in Chicago. + Jew 1st Ihiihtr PACE NINE Left to right: Rabbi Kronish, Mrs. Goldberg, Mr. Goldberg. Miss Betty Goldberg, Mrs. Kronish.—Towsley Photo. Tamara Chapter Aids Children A total of $200 was collected New Year's eve by Tamara chapter of Mizrachi for the education of oppressed children of Cypress. Mrs. Theodore Landesman was hostess to members and friends of the group at her home, 2924 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Tamara is the younger women's group of Mizrachi in Greater Miami. Mrs. Israel Yulish is president, and Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional advisor. ~ POSITION WANTED J college graduate, courses in %  culture and food industry. King above-average opportun[in any field, not necessarily Ite collar—versatile. A good p for the right person. Write S. fed C O Box 104, Miami 1. ROOM FOR RENT FOR ONE OR TWO fcREAKFAST PRIVILEGES REASONABLE 2103 S. W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935 'jialitu yood Product* )OD PRODUCTS Distributed by the r-ORIDA PROVISION CO. Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th ATWDIM Phone 2-fi1" Charles Goldberg's Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary Sunday with a house-warming at their new home, 6146 Pinetree Drive. Mr. Goldberg is managing director of the New Surf Hotel. He was formerly associated with the Hawley House, in Cleveland. Guests attending the event included numerous Clevelaftders vacationing here. Among local guests were: Kai'i'i Leon Kronish ami Mra. Kronlah, Mr. and Mra. Harold Turk. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Tallanofr. Mr. asd Mrs. Seymour Satin, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Levin. Mr. and Mrs. Haul Weltzman, Dr. and .Mrs Edward W. Mencher. Dr. and Mrs. Aleaxnder I.ill..v.. Dr. and Mrs. Kdward Katz, Dr. Irwln Alberts. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smollin. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ki LI iit < i K. Mr. and Mrs. Koin-rt Schwartz, and Mr. and Mrs. Mack KIIISIPI unner. Among out-of-town guests were Goldberg's sister. Miss Hetty Goldberg of Orlando; Sam llrin of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silver. Mr. and Mrs. A. Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Al .lai.pi of Cleveland; Dr. and Mrs. J. 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