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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[Federations Parley Asks
.$. Lift Arms Embargo
CHICAGO. (JTA) Calling
ipon Hit- U.S. Government to
ift the embargo on the ship-
nent of arms to Palestine," 1.000
Jewish leaders at the closing ses-
sion of the 16th annual General
u bly "! the Council of Jew-
sh Federations and Welfare
funiis this week deplored the
^r;il attacks on Palestinian Jews
"a threat to the maximum de-
ll ent of the Jewish state
fcnci '. authority of the United
fatl
Th delegates from all parts of
|he United States and Canada
p series of resolutions af-
i all phases of Jewish af-
irs and the responsibilities of
ijiu i in Jewry for overseas and
btion il needs.
In addition to the demand for
lifting the arms embargo, the
isembly further urged the gov-
Irnment and the U.N. to "take
he necessary steps to implement
he en iition of the Jewish state
hrough the enforcement of order
nd security in Palestine."
In an unscheduled, but what
Itoved to be the outstanding, ad-
;it the an- g"r _^^^ -,
\t:. (leneral As-
embly of the
Council of Jew-
sh Federations
knd Welfare
funds held last
veek end in
Chicago, Mrs.
Sold e Meierson,
depart-
ment head of
I Agency, Stanley Myers
alle i upon American Jewry to
rovide a minimum of $30,000,000
(mediately "for the defense of
lesl ,'ic."
Time is the most important
Moi,' she pleaded. "Millions
pWi d months from now will
I eiy little. It is what you
pe a that will determine our
He
'The Grand Mufti is mobilizing
1 es to destroy our inde-
Indence, but he knows he will
ve to destroy all of the 700.000
lest man Jews to attain his
Hectivi
[Mrs. Meierson who flew direct-
to Chicago from New Yrk
pere she had arrived from Pal-
Oe just two days previously.
ke tg more than 1,000 leaders
American Jewry at the 16th
Ijnual meeting of the Council.
h' lid that Palestinian Jews
av raised over $6,400,000 for
tense and. added that an-
Ihei defense campaign for $8.-
0.000 is planned by the Jewish
mmanity of Palestine.
Stanley C. Myers, of Miami, was
fell cted president of the Coun-
''' his third successive term.
^idc-d at all the general
psions of the assembly.
'ihers in attendance at the
meeting from Greater Miami
were living Frankel, vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation; Charles Cohen,
executive director of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau; Leo Al-
len, executive director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged and
Victor Garvey and Milton S.
Malakoff of the Federation staff.
Among the problems discussed
at the various assembly sessions
were: Planning by communities
on how to meet overseas needs
and national and local capital and
operating needs in 1948; the re-
lation between communities and
national and overseas agencies in
budgeting, campaigning, pro-
gramming and year-round poli-
cies; trends in anti-semitism and
group relations; local planning
particularly in regard to hospital
and health programs, care of the
aged and chronic sick, cultural
and educational programs and
sharing of personnel by smaller
cities.
Dade Chest Drive
Open Monday Feb. 2
An army of more than 2.000
volunteer workers will start ring-
ing doorbells and visiting busi-
ness offices next Monday, Feb.
2, as the Community Chest ot
Dade County swings into its
1948 campaign. The drive for a
minimum of $848,597 to enable
21 Red Feather services to con-
tinue their operations this year
will wind up Feb. 17.
Every corner of Dade county
will be combed, it was assured
by O. C. (Jack) Corbin, cam-
paign chairman. .
"Community Chest Sunday,"
Feb. 1 will officially open the
drive. On that day, high school
boys and girls will present the
"Red Feather" message to
churches throughout the coun-
ty. Negro teen-agers started this
activity last Sunday.
The "Kickoff Dinner" is
scheduled for Monday, Feb. 2,
at 6:30 p.m., at Huyler's restaur-
ant, Miami. A nationally known
figure will speak. The negro di-
vision's counterpart affair is set
for the same day at a place to be
designated. G. E. Graves and J.
D. Johnson, attorneys, are gen-
eral chairmen of the negro divi-
sion.
1917 Federation Honor IS oil
Reveals ti,:i88 Contributors
The 1947 Honor Roll of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
published and mailed during the past week to more than 10,000
Jewish families in this area, reveals that 6,388 donors contributed
appi'oxirnaieJy__$929_.8J)v.in 1947 to the.Combined Jewish Appeal for
52 local, national and overseas agencies.
The 1947 figure represents an increase of 1,252 donors over the
previous year and an increase of $98,711 in contributions over the
1946 figure.
The growth of Federation in its first nine years of existence is
graphically shown in the Honor Roll, as follows:
Year Donors Amounts
1939 1,631 $ 82,745
1940 1,862 92,245
1941 2,445 121,371
1942 2,537 118,238
1943 2,370 140,070
1944 3,140 242,540
1945 4,940 366,832
194(i 5,136 831,060
1947 6,388 929,796
Thus, in nine years, some 30,449 contributors gave the sum of
$2,924,897 through the campaigns conducted by the Federation.
The Honor Roll lists the names of the following major agencies
to which Federation has recommended appropriations for 1948 ol
$500 or more.
OVERSEAS AGENCIES:
American Committee for Weizmann Institute.................$ i.doo
American Fund for Palestinian Institutions................ 2,500
Federated Council of Palestinian Institutions................ 2,800
Hadassah ..................................; ............................................. 1"1""
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.....-............................... 3-500
National Committee for Labor Palestine................... ifiW
Pioneer Women's Organization............................................ J-"
United Jewish Appeal.......................................................... 1,000,000
Jewish Agency Asks U.N.
For Palestine Militia
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The Jewish Agency this week sub-
mitted a memorandum to the U.N. Implementation Commission
requesting immediate steps for the recruitment, organization
and establishment of a Jewish militia in Palestine consisting of
between 30,000 and 35,000 men. The memorandum was drafted
by Moshe Shertok and Aubrey Eban, Agency representatives
"^now in this country.
Emphasizing that the use of an
Federations Council
Regional Meeting
In Montgomery
Community leaders throughout
the state of Alabama and the
border communities of Florida
will gather for a zone conference
to discuss problems in Jewish
communal organization and re-
sponsibilities in Montgomery on
Sunday, February 8. at the Pro-
gressive Club, it was announced
by Simon Wampold, Montgomery
and James L. Permutt of Birm-
ingham. The meeting is jointly-
sponsored by the Regional Com-
mittee on Community Organiza-
tion of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
and the Jewish Federation of
Montgomery.
Highlight of the one-day con-
ference will be a luncheon ad-
dress by Isaac S. Heller, South-
eastern Regional president. Mr.
Heller, a member of the Na-
tional Board of the Council, as
well as other National boards,
will speak on "Federations and
Jewish Life in America." He
A'ill discuss the scope of Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds and the
responsibility of the Jewish
Communal Organizations beyond
fund rasing and including such
matters as community relations
and the recreational and cultural
needs of youth and adults.
!v Hate For
,/ttrld Congress
FEW YORK. (JTA)-The pro-
pa Plenary session of the
l^r'd Jewish Congress, which
Id been scheduled to open next
th, has been postponed until
middle of May, it was an-
jnced here by Dr. Ignazy
waribart, director of the or-
luational department of the
ingress. The session will be held
I Switzerland.
NATIONAL AGENCIES: ..,... =nn
American Association of Jewish Education..........................$ 500
American Jewish Congress. -^...............- ...................... %
B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Appeal ............ 6,250
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.......... 3,745
Jewish Labor Committee..................................B....................... -"""
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.................... .............................. '"
Jewish Theological Seminary of America........................... S0
Joint Defense Appeal................................................................... ^""w
National.Jewish Welfare Board................................................ 4.200
Yeshiva University .................................................................
LOCAL AGENCIES: $3 000
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund.....................................................521
Bureau of Jewish Education ............................................. ^'"-
Greater Miami Jewish Federation......................................... |f'|52
15,000
Jewish Home for the Aged
N^tiS'coSS^wish Women (Miami Section)...... 4.232
YM-Y.W.H.A. of Miami........................................................ .-.
JfrSSSftJ^Jg^ in-1947 was :$24,500, the
^K^/? 1, 1947 amounted to
$227S7oL 1,000 vo?nSoreS^SrPain72m ^
Local Mn^^fSceivJd more thai $550,000 while $608,300
werL1ppn'p1riat?dP?oC-,otherTeCnefieiary agencies operatmg nat.onally
and internationally.
and .
to campaign exP"^ -"f 'eTV)Ce agencies.
?he MS to $50 class. In this group were 1608
contributors. %Vin4- Mc*t nVncy was contributed in the $1,000
contributors or 25.18 .. J msi. ib > or 2.33% of the donors gave
to $2,500 class, in which_i^B,rihll(inns.
$187,755 or 20
IRQ Asks Funds
At Budget Meeting
GENEVA. (JTA)Funds need-
ed for expenses in connection
with the expected resettlement of
75.000 displaced Jews in Pales-
tine, 100.000 DP's of all faiths in
the United States and 200.000 in
other countries during the current
year have been included in the
proposed $155,000,000 budget
which the Preparatory Commis-
sion of the International Refugee
Organization is now discussing at
its fifth meeting. The budget is
for the fiscal year from July.
1948, through June. 1949.
William H. Tuck, executive sec-
retary of the Commission, asked
the conference to press the Big
Powers to make available $12,-
500,000 derived from German as-
sets which has been pledged for
Jewish rehabilitation operations.
The other half of the fund is at
present frozen in Sweden and
negotiations are in progress for
liquidating the Nazi assets and
turning the proceeds over to the
Joint Distribution Committee and
the Jewish Agency as reparations.
The negotiations are currently
tied up in the red tape of na-
tional and international currency
international force to implement
the U.N. Palestine decision would
be "highly desirable" and that
the Jewish militia would cooper-
ate with it if such a force is es-
tablished, the Agency underlined
the necessity of immediate plan-
ning in view of the fact "that the
Jewish militia will have to be in
a position to carry out onerous
and responsible military duties
within a period of four months
from now."
Since the militia is not yet in
existence and present Jewish se-
curity forces, inadequately
equipped and organized for reg-
ular security duties, are com-
pletely absorbed in day-to-day
defense, "the United Nations
carries a grave moral responsi-
bility for ensuring that the end
of the Mandate docs not find the
inhabitants of the Jewish state
inadequately defended against
the aggression which has been
openly threatened from many
Arab quarters in and beyond Pal-
estine," the Agency declared. "As
long as the Jewish militia is the
only instrument available for im-
plementation of the U.N. deci-
sion, the Jewish Agency feels
bound to emphasize the grave
political and moral implications
of any delay in its formation or
any deficiency in its equipment."
In submitting the memorandum,
tin' Jewish Agency also asked for
a formal meeting with the U.N.
Commission to discuss security
problems. Apart from the militia
question, the Agency's represent-
atives wish to raise the question
of action by the Security Council
in view of threats to the peace
and breaches of the peace aris-
ing from Arab attempts to alter
the General Assembly's policy by
force.
Wants U.N. to Provide Anns
Advocating a general U.N. arms
policy to implement the Assem-
bly's decision, the Agency sug-
gested that the Security Council
call upon its member states to
"provide arms freely to author-
ized bodies working under the
U.N. Commission for the imple-
mentation of the Assembly's re-
solution" and "withhold arms
from those who might use them
in an attempt" to defy that de-
cision.
On the question of embargoes,
the memorandum asserted that
"it is anomalous that embargoes
should apply indiscriminately to
the defenders and the opponents
of a United Nations policy; it is
still more anomalous that for
reasons of status there are legal
ways for Arabs to obtain arms to
cause a breach of the peace and
not for the Jews to prevent the
breach." While opponents of the
decision are able to acquire arms
freely, the defenders of that de-
cision will have no such facility
to do so until the Commission in-
tervenes.
The Agency termed the ac-
quisition of arms and military
stores the most serious difficulty
confronting the Jews of Palestine
in the establishment of the militia
and in their present defense
duties.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY
Jewish National Fund Flag Day
Solicitation To Take Place Sunday
Starting at sundown I
and continuing through Sunday
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by the Jewish Nati mal Council
of Greater Miami, ill
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Ratner Memorial
Deadline Extended
The deadl.ne for appiicat,
for the Charles A Ralncr ^
morial Scholarship for Heh
at the University of Miami, "
been extended to February 2ni
A. P. Gannes, director of ^
Bureau of Jewish Education hj,
announced. Applications are now
being considered b> the scholar-
ship committee, consisting of B
chairman, David Isen, Mrs. Matfl.
da Ratner and R bbi Murnj
Grauer. Mr. Isen stated that the
Hebrew course is open to both
Jews and non-Jews.
Announcement of the slecW
students will be ma le :n the next
issue of the Jewish Flondian.
Seven scholarships w ill be award-
ed to the course which will be
held on Tuesday an I Thursday
evenings, with Mr Gannes u
teacher.
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+Jenl$ti fhre ft tr
PAGE THREE
HAS Banquet
it Victor Tuesday
|t1k tenth annual banquet of
I .- will be held at the Victor
I Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. The
X will be sponsored by the
Copies' Tourist Committee, of
1 roseph L. Tepper is chair-
[.< j( isl and hostess at the din-
'. wiH bo Mr. and Mrs. Louis
J Ailh Rabbi Max Shapiro
L toastmaster. Among
, nng the assembly will
,1 ,. Rabbis Moses Mescheloff.
Ln Kronish and Colman A.
|v Cantors Samuel Kelem-
q iringer and Mamches will
pate. A musical pro-
t! i| be a feature of the eve-
Inj.' Speaking briefly will be
I iwitz, director of the
LSI n ranch of HIAS.
Letters To The Editor
Miami A/A Elects
E Siegel, reporter for the
(' \/.A Chapter 322, an-
that at the January
I of the organization the
I -late of officers was
L, Richard Pallot, president;
f, .. vice-president; Ber-
] Datz, treasurer; Martin
dietary; Herb Hirsch,
at-arms; Morris Levitt,
per: Eddie Siegel ,re-
Murray Shear, parlia-
l They will occupy their
tj mtil June.
|Thc nnual AZA Sweetheart
L] ven by the group will
I at the Robert Richter
Totel. March 20th. The social
h if the chapter, headed
in Eisenstadt and Henry
I is working out plans for
\). including the crowning
./.A Sweetheart.
January 27, 1948
Dear Editor:
May I ask for brief space in
your columns to comment on the
vitriolic and abusive letter of one
who signs himself with the
honored title of Rabbi, that should
symbolize humility, understand-
ing and the utmost of toleration.
I refer, of course, to the document
by Rabbi Max Shapiro which oc-
cupies several columns of your
publication of January 9th.
I will not undertake to deal
with his innuendoes, name-call-
ing and abuse. They speak for
themselves. Perhaps a thoughtful
reader may, however, regard that
ivpe of communication as not
without significance. A good cause
dees not needssuch methods.
Apparently your writer pro-
tests because we of the American
Council for Judaism make the
simple and truthful statement
that the Jewish Agency does not
speak for us and cannot in the
nature of things speak for the
Jews of America, since all of us
Americanswithout distinction-
have our spokesmen and repre-
sentatives at the U. N. in the of-
ficial United States Delegation.
Unless the Rabbi is willing to
defend publicly the contention
that an individual can have tu>o
national representatives at the
U. N., he must agree that our
positionand our challengesare
sound.
It is gratifying to have the
Rabbi say that a commonwealth
in Palestine will be based on the
Jews and Arabs who wul hve in
and be citizens of that country.
That is as it should be. If the
Rabbi pays more than lip service
to that, he should join us in the
related contention that it is not
the commonwealth of Jews and
Arabs (or any others) who do
not live in that community.
Cordially,
BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON.
has in its midst a man who will
stand up and proclaim to all
what he believes right. His cour-
ageous spirit is a credit to Jews
all over the world. May God give
him health and strength to reach
iho goal for which ho is fighting.
Sincerely,
ABRAHAM KASOW
551 N.E. 69th St.
Miami.
Dear Editor:
Please allow me to comment
on the letter of Rabbi Shapiro in
your issue of January 9th. I
heartily agree with every word
written by Rabbi Shapiro.
But who are the Bronstons
and the others? Who are these
self appointed leaders in Judea?
From where do they come? What
is their local and national rec-
ords? What have they accom-
plished except by making mone-
tary contributions to some local
or national organization? Why-
give these renegades honor by
allowing them to become leaders
of local Jewish Congregations?
But ... it is not their fault.
The fault lies with our Rabbis
and other leaders who have been
reluctant for a long time in clos-
ing their eyes to some of the
conditions.
I say there is no room for
these self appointed leaders in
our midst as their donations are
tainted with the blood and suffer-
ing of our Jewish people. They
have not learned anything from
history. Some of the pro-Hitler
German Jews also believed that
they are Germans of Moses' be-
lief. However they must believe
;hat their worldly possessions
give them the right to do what
they are doing.
P. SCHEINBERG.
420 N.W. 44th Ave.
Miami, Florida. .
Hebrew School
Forms PTA Group
The newly organized parent-
teachers association of the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation will hold a meeting
Monday evening at 8:30 in the
school building, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Mrs. Michael Blank is chair-
man of the group with Mrs. Ralph
Bargteil serving as secretary.
The Mesdames Ellis Golden, Sam
Schulwolf, Abbey Rosenthal,
Wallie Steinberg, Arthur Alt-
schuler, and Irving Jacobson will
assist Mrs. Blank in formulating
the program for the organiza-
tion.
On Wednesday evening a reg-
ular meeting of the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Congre-
gation will be held at the build-
ing at 8:30. Plans for the 1948
Purim Ball, which has been set
for March 21st, will be discussed,
it has been announced by Max
Apfelbaum, chairman of the af-
fair. Assisting Mr. Apfelbaum
will be Mrs. Herbert Feldan, in
charge of tickets; Mrs. Max
Jacobskind, entertainment; Mrs.
Edward L. Becker, Annual Purim
Journal; Herbert Feldan, music;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff and
Tea and Cards for
Center Sisterhood
A Membership Tea and card
party will be given Monday at
1:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Jasie, 4233 Alton Road,
by the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center.
Guests are requested to bring
cards and Mah Jongg sets. Each
member is asked to bring a new
member as the price of admis-
sion.
Mrs. Arthur Klein, membership
chairman, will be assisted by her
committee, consisting of Mrs.
Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs. Clarence
Cohn, Mrs. Theodore Hankoff,
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. Nat
Hankoff, Mrs. Phil Abrams, Mrs.
Samuel Weisen, Mrs. Bertram
Thorpe, Mrs. Joseph Berman and
Mrs. Samuel Lipton.
Mrs. Seymour Rubin, 5525 La
Gorce Drive, entertained the Sis-
terhood at a board meeting Tues-
day. Plans were discussed for a
gala Purim affair, to be held
March 22nd.
Mrs. Max Apfelbaum ln charge
of gifts and prizes; Mrs. Louis
August, chairman of the ways
and means committee, assisted by
Mrs. Jack stone.
Letter To The Editor,
Dear Friend:
In reference to the Jan. 9
letter by Rabbi Max Shapiro, I
cannot help but make a comment
as a Jew, as a loyal citizen and
as a member of several local
Jewish organization. I am inspired
bv the fact that this community
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FRIDAY, JANUARY^
PI MTiYi: MEAS1 RES
EDITORIAL
The logic and morals behind our Gov-
ment's Palestine arms embargo polic.
State Department's threat of punitive me.:
against Americans enl nththejev
in Palestine are so faulty that there
need for going into that matter again. Il
however, for Dr. Israel Goldstein, as acting chair-
man of the America:: Zionisl Emergency Council,
to raise the issue to a new level wh<
clared in wires to the President and the Sec:
of State that our policy was -
American traditions."
We don't ki tt answer our Washingl
officials will have to Dr. Goldstein's contention
that American 10 were
to voluntef: lo I |ht for England ac.
when Ameri
by what process of
between the rig
to fight for '--'ered
because:
But ever, if
up one answer or a
tinction we doubt that I
the challenge that our P<
rid in
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DETERMINATION
Concrete action last week by 44Jewshr
munity leaders has definitely crystallized th iu
nnation of the community to insure th
of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. 1
Somewhat awed by the goal of a millionimi
a half dollars needed to meet the commJv
responsibilities to national and local needsTl!
was doubt expressed as to the ability t0 ^
quota.
That att tude has changed The emhutol
has been reawakened. The example set by k
monstration of giving where increases q| jj I
d 400 per cent were recorded and in all J
aces were in the larger gift bruckets, evidencj
that the need of increased giving has been |
zed. The first gifts announced in the a|
ign show 44 contributors ringing up S321jn|
n pledges.
This augurs well for the 19 '.8 Destiny Ca|
paign.
OFFICER, DO YOUR DUTY"
A Till HIT I
The ". rations a
Funds :. natively youthful
existence earned the res] :l I leadership and
it thi oui try. P irti ipal n
National
.:at.on to a posi-
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The Cc has aged, has become
Concentration Camp Victim Speaks Here

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cur.' tier's
caught up
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in gi -
iffered 1
terrible prival :.- :.-
cent ation
five in all. including .
gen-B-.
American
liberation but
The in :
a series < I
Barzilai in DP c
all. Finally, h v. .
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more democratic in its make up. The policiemri
programs formulated, which in reality it fcl
sentiment of the communities themselves, haul
done much to broaden and coordinate ]eii|
communal life.
W& take pride in noting that rapid progrel
of the Council the past two years has been uakl
the leadership of our own Stanley C. Myers. M
Myers has just been complimented by aqsl
ng re-elected to serve as p-esident. flu
recognition is a tribute to both Mr. Myen oil
Greater Miami, who have these many yal
recognized the value and soundness of his W|
ership.
Kashruth At Home
By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth

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has!to properly ol .e 1PW
years kashruth. the G i lei ^"\
'iavl Vaad Hakshruth ^eneSaVl
: ; lished as a con ', pro)Kll
inal ,. .ith*|
.... ii an agencj I
., Greater Mian-.. -" fe**
lion, and is design* i and equip
Ii i d to supervise the i""s bul*
law "f ..nd food esUbl nents in*
stat- greater Miami Inform"!
' v"; ;n relating to any these sutjPl
"f can be obtained I callinl*

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nee of any, Tn- ,,,,.,,
Hakashruth are
'; president; A. M I vice-P*
: v "' dent; H. Sootin, secretary
' '"ul S Lubt'l treasure! Kabbi JoP
n "'lv<' E Rackovsky is I director.
gatiom
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Haganah Clearing Roads of Arab Raider*
13 Arabs Killed, Many Wounded
Ith laws
signi-
laws
the continui-
:
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/i been,
p rtance
.ruth
. them-
*ial life
b md im-
ety if
'
Miami
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' kashruth and
The homes
not erved
gment
in a
Affiliated C
their rabbis an Miami J< I
Orthodox Col tf
Murray Grauei. 1'*^
Sholom,
Congregation
E. Rack
Beth David. Rabbi
M^nTieach Jewish Cesjfl
Center. Rabb. Irving I***
*jewisi> &'**",
Published .v.ry F''d"y.. i *-
0y Th. Jewish f'or"'*n 4I. *
sfxth Street. Miarm ; Mj
tered at second-class "
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JERUSALEM. ]TA A new Tmh.v
highways of Arab roadblocks^ lsh. "I"**"9" to clear the
-- rupt and harry Arab trait rVn ,k abushes nd also to
hglonists ,en between .u, ? ', on ,he roads around leru^l^ nstructive
^e was app etween hat city and the main coastal cite. T ana not the
been put into effect. cmes and towns has h,ui.s
At least one Arab was killed a** i adiUon
I eleven wounded this t could not
rce for good
'i J< iirt J ,n
1930. >t the Post O "" S.J5
Fit., under the Acr lt**
We.kly. M.mD.r of th. pM
graphic Ag.ncy. Seven |g
Synd.c.t.. Worldw.d N i*
National Editorial A,0E".'Hl'-*S
can AMOciilio" 'V'
N"W,PSPUVsCFR?PTf0Nr,"*SS
On. Year............. S*
On.
Two Year.
in BAOR (British Army I
the Rhine) and in that ca-
pacity, visited a number of
DP camps as an inte:;
Mrs. B..:.
background was an invalu
asset to her in her work as a
linguist.
MMTsSJOg?
I bus hit a landmine on th,
m and B
hem. The truck v arncd

ould not all
..ii in th.
better realization
.and severely damaged V
iBeersheba three Arabs
iaM hflp the cnmmiinltv
ToUphonoa 2-1M'/
120 N. E. Sixth v
Volume 21
SHEBAT Ift 57
FRIDAY. JANUARY


b>AY. JANUARY 30, 1948
liami Beach Jewish Centers Inagurates
M8 Adult Institute For Jewish Studies
i inia AHnlt Institute f<-ir<$------------------------------._____
+Jenisti fkricfictjn
PAGE FIVE

Ii)48 Adult Institute for*-
Pin
rish Studies scheduled for
Ln,l iys ;md Wednesdays at the
i; Beach Jewish Center, held
: session Wednesday eve-
lp Courses take place from 8
ji n. and are open to the
I, ibbi Irving Lehrman, of
Center announced.
ire conducted on Mon-
evenings, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
I tary Herbrw, David
e, ,n, teacher; 8 p.m. to 9
Intermediate Hebrew, with
kd Ijrikovitz, instructor; 9 p.m.
HO i"ii. Advanced Modern He-
W with Mr. Berkovitz; 9 p.m.
|l i A Study of the Pray-
Bo conducted by David
edman.
ft lay evening courses in-
Je The Literature of the
lie bert Zuckerman, teaeh-
[fi to 9 p.m.; Jewish His-
Zuckerman, from 9 to
Layettes and Linen
Needed For Project
An urgent call from the na-
tional office of the Pioneer Wom-
en for Palestine has been received
calling the attention of Jewish
people in the area to the import-
ance of the layette and linen
project for the benefit of infants
born on the roads leading from
D.P. Camps and Cyprus to Pal-
estine.
Interested persons are asked to
call the local chairman of Club
1. Mrs. H. Seitlin. 5-6380, her co-
chairman, Mrs. H. Freedman,
5-9986. or contact Mrs. Cunin at
1031 S.W. 23rd Ave.
10 p.m.; Intermediate Hebrew,
Mr. Berkovitz, instructor, from
8 to 9 p.m.; and Advanced Modern
Hebrew, from 9 to 10 p.m.. taught
by Fred Berkovitz.
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Presenting the Keys to the City at the cabaret party of the
hicagc Club at the Latin Quarter is Marcie Lieberman, Mayor of
liami Beach. Also pictured from left to right are Councilman
|erbrr; Frink, Samuel H. Hoffman, former Assistant States Atty.
Cook County, 111., and president of the Club, and Maurice C.
ohn. Chairman. "The affair was a complete success in every
fpect, Mr. Cohn said.

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Dr. Klass Receives
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Congratulations are being of-
fered Dr. Erna K. Klass upon the
announcement that she has passed
the Florida State Medical Board
and is licensed to practice medi-
cine in the State of Florida. Dr
Klass, who is the wife of Morris
Klass, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and the mother of twin
boys, is affiliated with the Dado
County Health Unit as a doctor
for the county's schools and baby
clinics.
She is a graduate of Frederick
Wilhelms University Medical
School. Breslau, Germany, and
did postgraduate work at Co-
lumbia University, New York
City. Dr. Klass interned in Rich-
mond, Va., and received her
medical license in that state in
1938. She later served as resident
physician in pediatrics at Galling-
Professor Sol Liptzin
Honored At Affairs
Professor Sol Liptzin, head of
the German department of City
College, New York, will speak
tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Cen-
tral Beach Elementary School, on
"Jewish Vision of America and
the Reality." The Greater Miami
Committee of the Yivo, under
whose auspices he is speaking,
will honor Professor Liptzin with
a banquet and reception, on Sun-
day at 6:30 at the.Strath Haven
Hotel.
Removal Notice
David A. Frank, attorncy-at-
law, announces the removal of
his offices to 808 Olympia Build-
ing. Miami.
er Municipal Hospital, Washing-
ton. D. C, followed by two years
resident in psychiatry at Spring-
field State Hospital, Maryland.
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PjenistrhriJ/ar
FRIDAY. JANUARY
Capitol News Letter
Pupils Dramatize Novels
On PTA Program
eting of the Beth
By CHARLOTTE
WASHINGTONThe
soon decide whether resti
are "against the constitution
against the public policy of "
whether one group of citizens
courtsmaj decide **her< anotr
may or may not live. Or th
to "throw out
it and maintain the statu ^uo
Here's the way I
Court n '-
property in St. Louis, Detr
Columbia. The G
Court as amicus curiaefriend : .
described the "'
the constituti -' ''< I
the United States." C venants
dise:
eminent in its

lions -
pointi 1 out. '
pre\ i< uscou
Law i. Court l
covei mis the Government
he Court !so that su nants '
n iti
protect that
.=.- t of the state a
: .;:; e brar titutton
nants. The S
virtue of !
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thos. taking part
Warshaw, Irvin
R ., n Howard
Samuel Gil-
Habl >w, Roslyn
. Lazarus and Jo-
Workmen's Circle Youth
Plan Coordination
nd carrying out
plans for 1948
les, Youth
: V." rkmen's Cir-
: 11 wing ('..lii-
ii Aronoff,
p u] Goldhagen,
Murray
i, ith Schuldiner,
D thy Rade, Paul
irge Seigel
up
so, ml
Cantor Katz Chants
at Miami Jewish Orthodo, I
Cantor Sholem Katz f
chief cantor of Kishinev S^
sent a concert f illurgj'al P*
tmian and operati, muiic
day. February 8th at the vS
Jewish Orthodox r, "2|
Proceeds of the affair /
fit the religious !.-h.i of the J: "
gregalion. Tick.'.. :;:uybeseciM
daily from 10
from 3:30 t
a m.

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school office, 1543 S.W. 3^??
B. & P. Games Night
Mrs. Margaret Weinstein,y
raising chairman ,,f the Bus.
and Professional Women's |v
sion. Miami Cl | HadajJ
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be held at the Shorecrest M
Wednesday even ng, Febnun
11th. Assistn. Weinsfc,
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1948
Jenlsti fkirfur
PAGE SEVEN
Irgun Officer
At Hetfi Jacob
A former officer in the French
Army, who was captured and in-
terned in Germany, will be speak-
|er riight at the forum of Con-
Eregation Beth Jacob at 8:30 p.m.
Captain Harry Levy, who escaped
Ifrom the Nazis to join the Free
\\ i forces, will speak on
Jewish Minute Men." Since the
|C1,,SI of the war the captain has
Ibcn engaged in assisting the
lyishuv in Palestine
A
Barry Gray Addresses
I Beach B'nai B'rith
Barry Gray, WKAT disc-
Ijofkry and headliner at the Copa
Xabana, will be speaker and guest
at Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
, g Tuesday at 8:30, at the
Beach "Y," 1536 Bay Road.
so speaking will be Major
U Sczeskin and Captain
Parry Levi, of the Irgun, who
ill icll of their experiences in
i jent conflict in Palestine.
ifhej will also show for the first
Itinii n Miami a motion picture,
l We Attack." Rabbi
Engcl, director of the
Millel Foundation at the Uni-
v cf Florida, will complete
Hie ister of speakers. Walter
K r president of the Lodge,
announces that the nominating
i ttee will submit the slate
,: lidatttS for office in 1948.
M rs and friends are invited
to attend; admission will be free
jjudqe Paine
|At Club Luncheon
to Avoid High Income
paxe>" will be discussed by Judge
phihp E. Paine when he addresses
|thf Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
ers at their luncheon club
eting today at the Downtown
ICJub. President Sam Silver will
report on plans for Brotherhood
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to his sixth term as president of the American Jewish Committee
at the 41st annual meeting of the Committee held in New York
Jan. 16-18. Also re-elected was Jacob Blaustein of Baltimore
(upper center), chairman of the executive committee. Four new
officers elected at the-annual meeting were: Irving M. Engel, New
York (upper right), chairman of the administrative committee, and
(below, left to right) Samuel D. Leidesdorf, New York, honorary
vice-president; David Sher, New York, vice-president, and Alan
M. Strooek, New York, vice-president. Other officers re-elected
include Dr. John Slawson, New York, executive vice-president;
Herbert H. Lehman, New York, honorary vice-president; Herbert
B. Ehrmann, Boston, vice-president; Milton W. King, Washington,
vice-president; Fred Lazarus, Jr., Cincinnati, vice-president; Ralph
E. Samuel, New York, vice-president; Jesse H. Steinhart, San Fran-
cisco, vice-president; Frank L. Sulzberger, Chicago, vice-president;
Nathan M. Orhbach, New York, treasurer; Albert H. Lieberman,
Philadelphia, associate treasurer, and Edward A. Norman, New
York, secretary.
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Auxiliary, Mrs. Sari Eisner, con-
cert pianist and composer, en-
tertained the group with a pro-
gram of All-Roumanian works,
including her own Roumanian
Rhapsodic Motion pictures were
also included on the evening's
program.
pices of the "Homeage" Club, of
which Max Greenberg is presi-
dent. Auyuta Melicov accom-
panied them at the piano.
Beck and Brotman Artists
Schedule Four Concerts
Four concerts will be presented
this season by Ruth Brotman,
soprano, and Dr. Paul Beck, Euro-
pean tenor, who recently appeared
with the Miami Orchestra, di-
rected by Caesar LaMonaca, at
Bayfront Park, before an audi-
ence of more than 5,000 people.
Miss Brotman and Dr. Beck also
took part in the concert Tuesday
at Beth Sholom under the aus-
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Full Course Dinners
Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet
Music Phone 5-6651
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 10 P.M.
STRICTLY
ICEVIJX
HOTEL
COLLINS AVE.
AT 13TH ST.
Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners at Same Popular Prices
KOSHER DINING ROOM
NOW OPEN to the PUBLIC
Same Management Phone 5-7688
SAMUEL S0RIN
PIANIST
Winner $1,000.00 Federated Music Clubs of
America Contest
Soloist Five Times Philadelphia Orchestra
Benefit Performance Sponsored by
THE GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL
PIONEER WOMEN
SUBWAY, FEB. 8, 8:30 P.M.
Bayfront Park Auditorium320 N.E. 5th St.
Tickets $1.00 1.50 2.00 plus tax, for sale at
a^iW* Music Stores, Burdine's, Byron's Red Cross,
j\witr Bureau of Education. Mercantile Bank Bid*.
Miami Beach Radio Store
Information call
RUTH BROTMAN, MCT.
Phones 5-3042, 9-2358
OPEN EVERYOAY
170 m5*ST. f 5J.VSX ? ft 2-9814
SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
THE lOMlOV ARMS HOTEL
727 Collini Ave. Miami Beach
Featuring STEAKSCHOPSCHICKEN
AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES
Catering To Parties and Weddings Phone 5-1264
Cb* Strictly KOSHER Dining Room
NOW OPEN
DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P. M.
CATERING FDR ALL OCCASIONS
PHONE 5-31B9 OR 5-9S32
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 old-
world Jewish charmeven to the wine and zmiras on FRIDAY
and SATURDAY.
Weekday Dinners at $2.50 Per Plate
Friday and Saturday at $3.00 Per Plate
Daily at 6:30 Saturday at 12
Please Telephone for Reservations5-6165
HOTEL ABRAMS
302 EUCLID AVE.. MIAMI BEACH


PAGE EIGHT
Jcnlsffkricito*_
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30,
1948
Personally Speaking...
Vacationing between seminars at New York Univ
Miss Judith Jeanne Dickstein. During her stay hero she is
house guest oi her uncle and aunt, Dr. end Mrs. C. Leon Shalio
way, 715 Michigan Ave.
* *
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff returned yeste
weeks' vacation in New York City where si .ded
wedding of her brother, Gabriel Schonfel
Farver at the Hotel Esplanade.
* *
Host at a dinner party tomorrow night a!
will be Chester W. Krone'. Jr., who will be cele
Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Commu
morning. Chester will have as his guests the boys and
his confirmation c.
* *
^ZT^Joni H. Rose Visilin, In Miami Beach
mr# _____ aA Hnvana Ho
Fo-i.ow.na Ceremony And Havana Honeym ........


Confirmand Honored
Max Hagen, ion (,f
Mr.
m
Mrs. I. Hagen, 545 Michigan^
wa honored at a dinner
Staying at the Martinique Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Ii
Shlansky, of New York. Accompanying Mi i
Shlansky, Miss Bertha Bermar, and Geoige Goldstein. V.
here they will visit Mr. Shlansky's mot!
The party will be enterta'ned durn.g theit
Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Reiner, -35 N.E. I
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M rl 2252 S.W. 22nd Te.
their 41st wedding
felicitations on the occa.= house-
guest of the Keiisons one sister of Mrs. Keilson, Mr. and M
B. Tanenbaum, Dr. .. nger, c:.
B. Lance.
A visitor from New Haven at the Ho:;'' mi Beach,
is Louis Brodsky. who arrived last week for >: tcation.
While here Mr. Biodsky, c contractor and bu I
tertained by Mr. :; '. Ave. Mr.
Brodsky is the- brot) ei
* *
Mi', cr.
ing a few mi. The
where they will spend a i ,>ks.

Victor
celebration of
at th.
Hotel on January 1Wl
h,s B" Mi,2v4
Guest speakers at the affalr w
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Ca
Louis Feder and Louis' Gad
Fifty guests attended the dim*
STORES A BUSHa
OF FROZEN FOODS
\i
-

Feil ighter
:: /: .
Isaac Levin Lodge
Re-elects R. Gerstein
Parness Surprise Party
For Honeymooners
Greenberg-Block Wed
In Garden Ceremony
6ne Taste Will Convince feu. Too1
HOROWITZ
MARGARETEN
Koshti Canned Cmck-n
Fricassee is tops in quality,
outstanding in flavor
Yes. all the
Horowitz-Mar-arete"
Canned Chicken Prod
are zestfully sea.
rich-tasting, traditional,
home-style Jewish way.
Economical, too...
save work, time, money!
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Michaels Engagement
I
i Mr. and Mrs M ix
A P ness, 3121 N W 54th St
[oi en Mi an i Mrs
Frank J. Parni
n M s :n-
M
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Mrs G

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A visit
B .' Gloria C
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Price Paid for
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Al/S
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ne 2-3213
AUTO LOCK AND
HARDWARE
SPEEDOMETER
SERVICE
LIES SERVICE
WINDSHIELD WIPER
SERVICE
in rear)
1304 N E 2n I AVE,
ne 9-3144
The study group meeting of
the Deborah Group oi Hadas-
sah was held Monday at lhe
home of the president, Mrs.
Leo Levin. 945 Bay Drive. Mrs.
Ruby Levkoff. educational
chairman, conducted an open
discussion of "Zionism."
A Chamisha Oser E'shvat
the original
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ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Distributed by
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948
iii.i Futerfas
Jngaged to Wed
I At an open-house Sunday from
Lne t<> five. Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
A Futerfas, 1303 S.W. 16th
will announce the engage-
[en! of their daughter Rita to
krnard L. Abbott, son of Mr.
Cd Mrs T. D. Abbott, 360 Med-
ian Ave.
|Rita is a graduate of Miami
|igh School and attended Flor-
JOW
litcd
end:
w
Rita Futerfas
College. She is a mem-
the Business and Profes-
Women's Chapter of Ha-
Mr. Abbott graduated
mica! High school, aftei
e attended the Aero In-
. Institute of Los Angeles
ing three years with the
iiiites Navy, he is now
the University of Mi-
liere he is studying cngi-
The wedding has been
1 for May 9th.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Till: 'IRCl'IT COURTOF TIIK
11TII JfDICIAL ClRtTIT IN AM'
TOR VDE COUNTY, KI-oitlDA.
N'CBRY, No. 114363.
kx I'HR. Plaintiff, vs.
ri'lll.'l. K LETTER, Defendant.
!. KLKTTER
11 Tin [ion 1'lace
ponx, New York
hereby notified and re-
appear to the Bill <>f Com-
'I In the above styled cause,
ire February 27, 1948, other-
Hill of Complaint will be
; '.nfcHscd against you. Let
be iiuMlshed onre a week
than four successive weeks
I" li wish Florldlan, a newspaper
h1 .'i Hade County, Florida.
"I this L'7 day of January. 1348.
E. II I.EATHKRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
irl Seal)
By M. C. ORBBN,
Deputy Clerk.
'' \ FRIEDMAN
Plaintiff
'Id Rlda-.
da
20
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E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ed, desiring to engage In
mder the fictitious name of
'rlginals. Creators of I^ailles
' ISM Washington Avenue,
"h intends to register said
the Clerk of the Circuit
I >ade County, Florida.
SALLY ORBBSMAN
S"Io Owner.
Welnsteln & Welnstein
for Applicant
fl Road, Miami Beach
iKIN.the
to
PEST
CONTROL

Complete
TERMITE CONTROL
Bonded Guarantee
Phone 3-4848
9 W. Flagler Si.
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ORKIN
PPLETE PEST COMTROL
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PAGE NINE
An Aerial View of Florida's Outstanding Development!
AUCTION
Sunday, February 8th
ON THE GROUNDS
AT 2 P. M. SHARP
To Be Held Rain or Shine!
Tent Erected on Property.
All Large Building Lots!
Zoned for Hotel, Apt., or
Residential
Waterfront lots concrete bulk-
headed.
Riparian rights, new paved
streets.
City water, electricity and
power. Storm Sewers.
Insurable title. Abstracts
furnished.
Busses pass grounds every 3
minutes. Ample parking.
Convenient terms arranged.
Adjoins famous "International
Center USA."
All Brokers' Rights Protected.
SALE!
Hotel and Apartment Building Sites
ON NEWLY COMPLETED
T
reasure
Island
SUB-DIVISION
Adjoining Miami's New International
Center, U. S. A.
This is the real estate opportunity wise investors have
waited for since the war's end! Builders and professional
men and women%know the incomparable value of the
"north-end trend" where Treasure Island lies mid-way
between Miami and Miami Beach on the 79th St. Cause-
way, south side (see cuts) a multi-million dollar de-
velopment.
Hotel and apartment sites, with paved streets, power and
all utilities all-adjoining the grounds of the fabulously
spectacular INTERNATIONAL CENTER, U. S. A., a com-
munity to house world-famous exhibits of the various in-
dustries, slates and the North and South American re-
publics.
For Further Information Call:
s.
Developers
D. HaynSWOrth and Associates
Selling Agents
Newton C. Smith
Land Auction Co.
Congress Bldg., Miami. Phone 3-8981
Congress Bldg.. Miami. Phone 9-3481
Treasure IslarJd Subdivision Shows Apartment and Hotel Building Sites
Located Midway Between Miami and Miami Beach on 79th St. Causeway

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PAGE TEN
Between You and Me'9
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3p, lh>
mm
Dr. Max : v~
n
DOMESTIC MOODS:
Some of

. tioi tempting
lish what
Pent
idicated

I

tl
'aiM5

s an "O
a soldi" nd
I
aders that the World
Ration should not
...,, after the es-
i the Jewish State

Lent of he World
will
Organiiation therefore
small role, even
,, but
f the World Federation ol
Jewish

uses
'
ti-Semii the l
i
["he
Nevi

Miami Beach Leaders
Serve Red Cross
Api
i
Si ::
.-.
;.
: .
( r board ot iod the
at Harvai '. ;
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n '.'':. :. I
.a? the first of!
at assistai
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fl


mi
... But
i
n cultun
tinctivel '
ART NOTES:
he
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.
a hund
inuing n

ifflict eat
C what ;
SAV1 D SAV1
liver
nat : reachi
propt
..11 yi u i an spare sim] Ij
March of D. .-.i.
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titutioi


luskit
. 11 the J
. Tl.
I by I
the annh
I his 60th
thdaj

vening
i- : acton nd
: ; ent Mes-
. : I
Id not be
t New Y | personal
.-.. I Guskin Thi N(
I Rabbis went out
,,[ its ndorse the Yiddish
t< r "as a splendid ve-
in emulation "f J'
.
ippn '
play "Sl.\ I k and His
.
thi Art
.
Ibn
rill not bea member
A ,he Jewish State
ction, it insigmfi-
Dt S Iver .snow visit-
I '
h f the Jewish
itive
not as a General
the head of the
Beaeh HadaHaQ
See Movies
The contrast
under the Nazis
FACTS AND PROPAGANDA:
Inti : -". .
..
States in "1000 /
blished
B 'in & Gaer
.'
Otherwis"
t tl
Quoting .
li
I
ASHS AND EIRE:
,.,. ; rature on the annihila-
in Poland during the
pation and on life alter
n has been enriched
and interesting book
lt i8 ja. b Pat's "Ashes and
. i by International
The 250-
, actually a col-
: short stories, all of
. factual basis .
i all the books published so
extermination of Jews
and survival after
.:. this is the best ... It
... "march of time" which
Polish Jewry has gone through,
concentration camps,
ghetto resistance,
ins fighting in the woods,
n in underground work,
iction of Jewish communi-
md also "the return home"
.,11 number of survivors
... In "Ashes and Fire," the
out very vividly
the life of the Jews in Poland
who haven't forgotten the
They will
ily never forget it. but
trying hard to rehabil-
itate themselves on farms, in the
of Silesia, in coopera-
tive shops in Lodz and wherever
can The psychology of
I e who have faced death and
are now undergoing a process of
returning to life is extremely well
.ted by the author The
book is valuable and interesting
nly because the author is a
: writer, but also because of
ickground He knew in-
timately the life of the Jews in
id before the war, he
watched it during the war, and
the first American writer to
Poland after the country
ated,
uf J Jwiih M
and life in fci
estlne today was depicted in jL
film "Do You Hear Me?" whJ
was shown at a meeting 0f th,
Miami Beach Group of Hada**
Monday at the Flamingo Thej^
Disucssing "What It Means I
be a Member of Hadassah" v
Anna Brenner Meyers wasprS
pal speaker. Rev. Samuel Mal!
sky and his choir, known >
"Singers of Israel." present
several Hebrew chants.
Chapter To Be Named
A name will be given to taj
newly organized B'nai ErA
Girls Chapter Thursday e^niM
at 8 o'clock, when the group m^J
at the home of Miss Judy Kra-
sky, 4953 Delaware Ave. Ifo
Irving Lehrman will install tin
following officers Diane Ede).
stein, president: Edith Rood,
vice president; Joyce Brucb*
recording secretary Fay Brodsty
corresponding secretary; fey
Klein, treasurer; June Zimnw-
man, historian: Shiela Warhastk
reporter; Judy Krensky, BBYq
representative. On the social sidj
of the evening will be music ml
ballet by a group member.
ZIONIST MOODS:
econon '
... eg ti ti
' ested .

;
tioi
2f
T13GUST BROS RV
0
RUTH GROSS AGENCY
Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS LIFE
Phone 58-9538
350 LINCOLN ROAD
I
' lent
stock!
non-fii
The valui
sidizing tl Sent
files lettei v<
that "the old
$1,200 a ;< ..: want 1 Hit
ade" t \v. ..:. ton
"the Jewish threat is a
. The i
torials to 1,300 papers urgii
j return to American p
lie reveals .The book
I with a chapter giving the full
Cantor Repeats Concert
''.:': a successful service at
Jacob synagogue last
Cantor Sholom Katz, form-
uef cantor of Kishenev and
antor in the largest
11 in Washington, will
1 program Sunday at
Beth Jacob. Other
M" 11 "ti the pro-f
h will be opened with
the J ehant of the
rvi e Tickets are avail-
able at the Beth Jacob office.
Child's Rescue Fund
Benefits From Affair
The Child's Rescue Fund w] I
receive all proceids from till
oard party to be held at Bea
David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., & |
day at 8 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Kreifet, |
chairman of the fund for Club 1
of the Pioneer Women, will k I
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Barbui
Greenberg, Mrs. Sarah Rothstto,
and Isidor Schwartz. RefresVj
iiunts will be served. The affai
will be open to the public.
Films For Hollywood
Two new documentary filst
"Linked in Freedom's Cause" d
"Boundary Line" will be sbo|
to the Jewish Community Cwtft
Hollywood, Monday evening, fol-
lowing a general meeting of til
congregation. Commentary on* |
motion pictures will he madeb!
Qilbert Balkin, assistant directs I
of the Anti-Defamation I/W
or Florida. The meeting will k!
open to members, their famtt
and friends.
.

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loven
ening of the J,
ng all
CAMP OSCEOLA
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(est. 192-1)
FOR GIRLS
on Mills River
Horse Shoe, N. C.
Resident Doctor and Nurse
Modern Sanitation
All Outdoor and Water Sports
Directors: MR. AND MRS. HERBERT SILVER
950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Fla.
Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239
FOR BOYS
on Lake Osceola
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2500 Elevation
Mature Staff
Sabbath Services
C.
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(940 on Your Dial)
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Latest Recordings Available
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1948
vjewitii Iks Hi in
PAGE ELEVEN
H

.Miami Beaeh Gets Assistance
From Community Chest Fund
There's another side to affluent, glamorous Miami Beach,
it's pointed out by A. L. Reynolds, president, Community Chest
of Dade County. There's a segment of its cosmpolitan popula-
tion dependent on 21 Red Feather services of the Chest just as
across Biscayne Bay and in other sections of the county.
"That realization has promoted1"
,i group of Miami Beach business
and professional leaders to or-
ganize for a determined effort to
assure that the Community Chest
9 its minimum goal, of
i? in its 1948 campaign Feb.
17." said Reynolds.
The Community Chest etfplain-
,.,!. for instance, that one Visiting
makes a full-time job of
ig Miami Beach residents.
11. peak load of patients is dur-
ing the winter season. During
the made 778 visits to care
i ,r the ailing and handicapped
in the resort city.
. eryone in Miami Beach def-
initely isn't in the upper income
ets," said Vera S. Adair,
visor for the Visiting Nurse
:ition of Dade County, 700
s V. 12th Ave. "Some have hard-
ugh money to pay for food
nt. Wealthy people would
in most instances, call on the
V N A. for assistance."
irly half of the "patients
: .id by Visiting Nurses were
e to pay the full $1.50 an
fee or even a fraction of
e explained. The Visiting
N Association is a non-profit
ization. Its fee is based on
ist of a visit. Membership
association in the Com-
munity Chest makes it possible to
piuvide free services to those un-
to pay.
Adair, a registered nurse,
. i the case of a seriously ail-
ing girl brought to Miami Beach
on the advice of a northern
ian who felt the sun here
I help her.
The girl was helpless," re-
Miss Adair. "Her mother
(I ui not know how to properly
u* her." The Visiting Nurse
the mother to provide
The nurse gave complete
!, service three days a
"This mother and daughter
1 on a porch with no protec-
.tion from inclement weather,
paying rent and buying
they had little money."
i her Miami Beach patient
Him the association has pro-
nursing care for more than
year is an elderly woman living
along with her aged husband.
patient is confined to bed
< of severe arthritis. She
1 nds on the Visiting Nurse to
her and make her com-
fortable twice each week. Her
i gives his services free; so
the nurse, through the Com-
'i.unity Chest.
"The Visiting Nurse teaches
the family to care for the patient
between visits," Miss Adair said.
"She guides the patient in re-
gaining and retaining good health
In order to serve everyone, the
nurse must plan with the family
in caring for a patient suffering
with a chornic illness. If some-
one in the family can be taught
to give necessary care, the nurse
delegates such duty to the family.
If this practice were not followed
and the nurse visited such pat-
ients daily, she would soon be
unable to take on new cases."
The Visiting Nurse is a grad-
uate registered nurse with spe-
cial training in public health.
Following a physician's instruc-
tions, she performs a variety of
services including nursing treat-
ment and care for the acutely ill,
to those with chronic diseases,
mothers with new babies, con-
valescents from hospitals, patients
living alone and workers anxious
to return to their jobs.
There are seven nurses and
me supervisor in the Visiting
Nurse Association of Dade Coun-
ty. They average 1,000 visits a
month. Lilly Harman, R.N., is
evocutive director.
"And they are anxious to serve
as much of the community as
possible," said Miss Harman.
The Visiting Association has
been alloted $23,200 as its part
of the $848,597 the Community
Chest seeks during its 1948 cam-
paign Feb. 1 to 17. The Visiting
Nurses' budget represents a 14.3
increase over 1947.
Many more persons throughout
Dade County can be aided if the
Chest betters its minimum goal"
said Reynolds.
Other Red Feather services
which aid Miami Beach residents
nd visitors include the American
Children's Home, Boy Scouts,
Catholic Charities, Children's
Home Society, Children's Service
Bureau, Day Nursery, Council of
Social Agencies, Family Service.
Girl Scouts, Jewish Social Service
Bureau, Legal Aid, Miami Beach
Welfare Board. Miami Society for
Ruth Draper Presentation
At Beach Feb. 9th
The only performance to be
Uivon in South Florida by Ruth
Draper, dramatic artist, will be
held at Miami Beach Hign school,
Monday, February 9th. The pre-
sentation will be the third in the
current Community Concert
series. Seats may be reserved by
calling Mrs. Leo Huberman at
6-1061.
Hebrew Book Store
Announce New Location
S. J. Freedman, owner of the
Hebrew Book Store in Miami
3each, has announced the re-
moval of the business to 417
Washington Ave. Formerly locat-
ed on Fourth St., the establish-
ment carries taleisim, Tefilin.
mezubas, etc., and is the only
one of its type in the Greater Mi-
ami area.

Malavsky Family Choir On WMBM
Spinoza Forum
"Koussevitzky" based on the
life of the great composer, Serge
Koussevitzky, by Moses Smith,
will be reviewed tomorrow at 3
p.m. at the Sipnoza Forum, 124
11th St. Tuesday night Charles
H. Lee will lecture on "The Heav-
ens and the Earth;" Wednesday
evening members will hear Dr.
Morris Schneer on "Psychology
for Better Living."
The Malavsky Family Choir will be the guests of Jeanette
Tupler on tomorrow's broadcast of Jewish events, over WMBM at
4 p.m. The choral group, nationally recognlied Jewish family choir,
is known as The Singers of Israel, Gloria and Trudy, two of the
Malavsky family, are better known as the Marlln Sisters, and are
currently appearing at the Little Roumania, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Moser Delegate
Mrs. Hyman S. Moser, of the
Miami Group of Hadassah. will
be delegate from the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the organization
at the Southeastern Regional
Conference February 1st through
the 3rd in Charleston, S. C. Dele-
gates from 30 chapters of Hadas-
sah will attend the meeting, in-
cluding a representative from
Puerto Rico. Approximately 150
women are expected to be present
at the conference.
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Council, Negro Welfare Federa-
tion, Protestant Service Bureau.
Salvation Army, Travelers Aid
Society. YM and YWCA.
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Hebrew Academy Sixth Annual Donor Luncheon Plans
Dedication Feb. is Announced by American Jewish Congress
Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi-
FRIDAY, JANUARY
ami Beach will head the list of
dignitaries attending the d<
lion ceremonies at the H(
Academy, 918 6th St., \
Beach, February 15th. A special
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*Jenislh ftcridtian
PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaging In busi-
ness under the fictitious name ot
PARK BAR, at 2:,12 Palm Avenue,
Illalcah, Florida, and Intend to reg-
Istei Bald name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda.
HARRY 8CHWARTZ.
ESTHER RAU/.IN.
MARVIN RAUZIN.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOW1TZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/9-16-23-80 2/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMfc LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
iiuslness under the lirtitiouu name o*
FLAOLER POOD 8HOF at 271 East
Hlagler Street. .Miami, Florida, Intend
1.....glster said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Court of Dade Couutv.
Plot-Ids
JACK Cod.I)
EDWARD BOGAN
Petitioners,
MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners.
i. 8-16-28-30 2/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE ClRCCIT COURT UK THE
11th JUDICIAL ClllCriT IN AND
KHR DADE COUNTY, HilKIPA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114287.
SYLVIA VVOl.NEK. Plaintiff, vs.
KOIlEItT Will.NEK, Defendant.
THE STATE OK FLORIDA:
TO: ROIIERT WOI.NEK
76-3S 113th Strict
Forest Hills, New York
You arc hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above-
styled cause on or before the Mrd
day of February, 1948: otherwise the
allegations of said Hill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Let this Order be published once
B week for four consecutive weeks la
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida,
DATED this 13 day of January,
1948.
E. I!. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seall
By M
Sam net Sorni
ed
lo
pia
Pionoor Women
Prosoiitl Sorin In
Piano Recital
01 interest to Miami music lov-
ers is the announcement that for
. st time in this area the
of Robert Ward and Ri-
Goldman will be present-
the February 8th conceit
Riven by Samuel Sorin.
virtuoso. Also on the pro-
will be compositions by
S ibert, Mendelsohn, Chopin.
ssy and Liszt. Mr. Sorin
r of the Schubert Memorial
A iid and the National Federa-
f Music Clubs $1,000 con-
tc is said to be one of the
artists to appear in Miami.
Hi is been the soloist for three
mances with the Philadel-
irchestra.
caring under the sponsor-
v if the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women, at 8:30
I on February 8th, Mr. Sorin
tig presented under the Ruth
B: man management. Honorary
1 ns include Dr. Modeste Aloo.
Dr. Bowman Ashe, Ruth Brot-
man Bertha Foster, Dr. Adele
.on, Anyuta Melicov, Dr.
ikdoney, Mrs. Arnold Volpe
and Mana-Zucca. Among the
patrons are Mrs. Bertha Bcssman,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bild, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry* Faber. Dr. E.
Pushkin. Mrs. David Washer, and
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Varetsky.
DAlRJj
BUTTER-EGGS
Gables Youth Group
In Formation Process
Boys and gills between the
ages of 14 and 18 who are in-
terested in forming a Junior B'nai
B'rith in the Coral Gables sec-
tion, arc invited to attend a
youth party, sponsored by the
Coral Gables Lodge Youth Com-
mittee. Sunday, February 8th, at
Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., at 2 o'clock. Jerry Sanders,
chairman of the committee, an-
nounces that dancing will follow
a short address by Howard Lieb-
man, director of B'nai B'rith
Vouth activities for Florida. On
the comittee with Mr. Sanders
will be Alvin Corenblum, Jerome
Poncher and Sidney Lewis.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT I'oL'KT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Full BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114014.
l'AULA 8EIOENBERU, Plaintiff, vs.
SOLOMON L. SEIQENBEHG, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: SOLOMON L. SEIUENBEKG
171". Bast 16th street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the
above-Styled cause on or before the
12th day of February, 1948, otherwise
the allegation of said Rill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once a
w.ek lor four consecutive weeks In I
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 13th day of January,
1948.
E. B. LEA THE It.MAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Beat)
By M. C. OREEN,
Deputy cierk.
SAM SILVER
17":: Congress Bldg,
Miami, Florida
1/16-23-30 2/6
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703-5 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
i 30 2/6-18-20
c. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
, DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No.
19038.
RE: ESTATE OF JOSEI'H MILLER,
A/K/A/ JOSEPH OABBY MILLER,
A/K/A JOSEPH OABBY, A/K/A
JoE OABBY, Dec,used.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petl-
lion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator "f the estate of JOSEPH MIL-
LER deceased: :uid that on the 1st
day of March, 194s, will apply to the
Honorable w. F. Blanton County
of Dade County. Klorlda. for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate of JOSEPH MILLER, de-
ceased.
This 27th day ..f January, 1948,
PRANK MILLER,
WA8MAN, BILVER fc SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Administrator
1 :'." 8 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
Star Watch and Jewelry at 45 N.W.
1st Street, Miami. Klorlda, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flotilla.
FLORENCE PKLTZ
Hole owner.
Weinstein, Welnstcin and Welnstein
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Bill No.
U76, Chapter No 20053, 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-wit :
PARK PHARMACY under which we
are engaged In business, We expect
t., engage In business at number 4200
Southwest Eighth Street, in the City
of Miami. Florida.
That the parties Interested In said
business enterprise, are as follows:
HENRY GII.MAN
SOPHIE OILMAN"
RI'DOLPH BCHER
SALLY SCHER
iack a ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants.
1/23-30 2/6-13-20
Income Tax Specialist
BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS
4 Years With the Internal
Revenue Bureau
LOUIS B. BUSH
Ph. 5-5272 5-3662
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .....
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Wilsons Package Store at l"li N-W.
7:1th Street, Miami. Florida intends
to register said name with the Ll of ffie Circuit Court of Dane County.
"""d"' HERMAN MACK
Petitioner,
MYERS, HI'.IMAN t KAPLAN
\tt,,i neys for Herman Mack
I g-9-16-23-30 ________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
Palace Poultry at 3O40 Aviation Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of tne
Cii-nit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
JACOB H. COHEN
Sole owner.
1/9-16-23-30 1 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tluit
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
Penn-Ws> Pharmacy at 1443 Penn-
sylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade
County. Florida.
ABRAHAM NEWMAN-
SYLVIA NEWMAN
SHIPLEY WOOI.F
Attorney for applicants.
1 30 I 6-13-20-27
NORTH BEACH HOME PATROL
18 Years oi Reliable Service
All Bonded Employees.
For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860
6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach
BUCK'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET
WHOLESALE k RETAIL EGGS FRESH DAILY
"SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
2218 N. W. 2nd Ave.
mm&'W&m^
Finest Chinese and American Dishes
Complete
Dinners from .................
A La Carte Till 2 P. M.
Biscayne Blvd. Between 1ft and 2nd &U.
Miami, Flo.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TI1K ClRCCIT COURT OF THIS
111-11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMI
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IX CHANCERY, No. 114044.
JoHN MICHAEL BARONB, Plaintiff,
vs. MARY l'AULA BARONE, De-
fendant
TO: MARY l'AULA BARONB
1116 Tiffany Street
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before February 13. 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this onlcr be published once a week
for not less than four successive
weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. a
newspaper published In Dade Counly,
Plorlda.
Dated this 13th day of January,
194S.
D. B. LKATHISKMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
licet SeylKild Building
Miami. Florida
1/16-23-30 3/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Tills
I1T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMJ
FoR DADE COUNTY, FlyiRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 1181......
I/.is c. Herget, Plaintiff, vs.
Einil L. Herget. Delendant.
TO: F.MIL L. HEROET, 88-46 l6th
Street, Hollls, i-ong Island, New
York.
You are hereby ordered to fib1 your
appearance or answer to the bill OI
complaint for divorce filed against you
by LOIS C, HEROET on or Belore
the 5th day of February, m is. other-
wise the alienations of said lull will
be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this Itfl
da) of January. 1948.
K. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GKEEN,
Deputy Clerk,
OEOKGE J. TAL1ANOFF
Solicitor for I'laintilf
1/9-16-23-30
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOB DADE COUNTY. Fl-ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114200.
HOPE DOANB, Plaintiff, vs.
ROBERT E. OOANr,, i i,-:.-11.1.1111
BTATE OP FI/iRIHA:
TO R' 'BERT E. DOANB
Lincoln Ib.tel
Salem, Massachusetts
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
stxb-d cause on or before the 20th day
of February, 1918; otherwise the al-
legations of said BUI of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
\ oil
Let this Order he published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH F1.0R1DIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Plorlda.
DATBD this 20th day of January,
194S.
K B. LKATHERMAN.
clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Ueputy Clerk.
sa.m SILVER
1703 Congress Bldg.,
Miami .12. Florida *
1/23-30 2/6-13
M. .
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
1 IT H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCiSKX, No.
114193.
NORMAN A. OILLEN, plaintiff, vs.
BELLE OILLEN, Defendant.
YOU, BKLLK OILLEN, c/o General
Delivery, SAN FRANCISCO, CALI-
FORNIA, are notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for di-
vorce, on or before February 19, 194S.
or a decree pro confesSO will be en-
tered against you.
DATED: January 20. 1948.
E. B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. OREEN.
Deputv Clerk
WASMAN, SILVER and SAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1/23-30 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY
.-ml SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO. at
1317 North Miami Avenue, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
STEVE J. DL'RAl.
Wasmaii. Silver & Sakowitz
Attorneys for Applicant
1/30 2/6-13-20-37
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Van Halon Company (not Inc.) at
1431 Washington a venue, Miami
Beach. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Plorlda.
Norman COVAN
Sole Owner.
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
Dolores Blouses at 45 N. E. 14th
Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAYER P. REINER
Sole Owner.
1/16-23-Su 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at
301 N. Miami Ave. intends to register
said name with the Cierk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ABE KIRSCHKNBAUM.
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114148.
MAROARBT EVELYN STUBER.
Plaintiff, vs. JOHN EDWARD
STUBER, Defendant.
SUIT For DIVORCE
TO: JOHN EDWARD STUBER,
1636 Steuben .Street,
Plica, New York
YOU, JOHN EDWARD STUBER.
whose residence is stated above, are
hereby notified to file your appeal an. .-
in the above cause for divorce on or
before February 24. 194S. otherwise a
decree pro confesao will be entered
against you.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, above Court.
ii' i ii- ii it ('..art Seal >
By U
C. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Attorney for Plaintiff
819 llympla Building
Miami. Florida
1. 23-30 2 ii-13
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl IT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CMA.N' r.Ki, No
II IIII.
JAN COUPALL, Plaintiff, vs.
LUCILLE COUPALL, Defendant.
TO: LUCILLE COUPALL, 3717VUth
Street, Jackson Heights, Uueens,
New York:
You are hereby ordered to nie your
appearance or answer to the bin ol
complaint for divorce filed against
you b) JAN COUPALL, on or belore
16th day of February, 1948, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 16th
.lav of January, 1948,
i: B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj M. C. OREEN.
Deputy Clerk,
QBOROE J TAI.IANoFl
solicitor fm Plaintiff.
1/23-30 2/6-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
20288.
in Re: ESTATE OF
LEWIS LE WEN STEIN,
I it-ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha v.
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and requf.-cd to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against tne
estate of lewis LEWENSTMIN de-
ase.l. late of Dad.. County, Florida.
to the Hon W. PRANK HlAJVTU.v,
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 ami to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same w-ui be. barred.
Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Dated January 8, A. D. 1948.
JOSEPH Ill'RKHOL/..
As Executor of the Last Will ana
Testament of LEWIS LEWE.N-
STBIN, Deceased.
harry ZUKBRNICK
Attorney for Executor
1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till'.
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FoR DADE COUNTY, F1AJRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113840.
FRANCES O. OROUX. Plaintiff, vs.
KENNETH L. OROUX, Defendant
TO: KENNETH L. OROUX.
90 Grove Street
Tarreytown, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to tb Hill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before February' 6th, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
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 5th day of January,
1948.
E B. LEATHEH.Y1AN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at i.aw
102.1 Seyliold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
l/S-16-23-30


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FRIDAY, JANUARY .
PAGE FOURTEEN
Unveiling Sunday
For War Veteran
Killed In Action
A ceremony of :rr.e:
Jewish c immunity will
place Sunday at eleven jclock
when a monument I
of Robert L. Blu
Mi and Mrs. Sal nthal.
will be unvei ed I
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many in 1945
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Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th av..
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Frid
p.m. 1
services : :
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school K
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Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff:
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
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Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Ra5bi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late 1 '
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vening serv.ee at
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rning services he
,... w,l. become Bar
Juni C-.nnrelation at
BBG Youth service
Sunday morning at
i.,v 330 to 6.30
iunda school 10 am til
... Kindergarten school
through Friday morn-
I t2 noon..
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th it
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
. evening services 8:15;
A Zwitman con-
, Orovitz, past presi-
., mple, will speak
\ ;., y to Europe and
\ reception will fol-
:, direction of Mrs. Mor-
,ck and Mrs. Maurice
Mrs Max Orovitz will
S ibbath candles. The
. ill meet Saturday
Refform Judaism"
1 under discussion.
v morning serv-
The Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk st., Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
services Rabbi
isted by choir,
t thi service and will
"The I'niqueness of
and Mrs Herbert
the Oneg
Satu '.mg serv-
II sts for the Sat-
K i Mr, and Mrs.
nan
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdala.
Rabbi David Raab.
Edi und I Kaufman, of Wash-
ipeak al Friday eve-
Debbs Chapter Active
Plans for the installation 0(
new members of the Debbs Cha
ter, B'nai B'rith Young W *
will be discussed at a meelin
of the group February 4th. at j
p.m. at the Miami "Y." The
stallatton will be held at Huyfcr'
Restaurant on the nth 0f Feb.
ruary. Members are asked |a
bring materials ioi the fi'iu
B'rith project to Wednesday',
regular meeting. Charlotte Sand
ler. publicity chairman, a]
nounced that a social is beln.
planned for February 2lst but
that the Valentine party pij,,,
have been cancelled.
Furniture Needed!
An appeal has been made by
the Daughters of Israel for furni.
ture to be used at the ritualariun.
151 Michigan Ave Those desir-
ing to donate furniture wkich
has outlived its usefulness to the
owners, may call 5-3959. Mrs
Samuel Grundwerg, organise*
worker, announces that th
donations are urgently needed.
ning services, which will be con-
ducted by Rabbi David A Raab.
A reception will follow.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 41M
Chase eve- Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samial
Kiltmer.
Friday evening service at 815.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
on "I Accuse." Satu: day mornini
service at 10:45. Cantor Kelemo
will chant musical portions it
all services. .Sunday school it
9:45 a.m. for children from the
ages of 44 to 14'. High school
of Jewish studies, Sunday morn-
ing at 9:45 a.m. for young peoplt
15 years of age and over. Classo
alternate weekday afternooDH
boys and girls from '.he ages 74 to 13. Nursery school dailjj
morning and afternoon sessions-
children from the agei of 2!
to 8.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948
Jen 1stHer Mian
PAGE FIFTEEN
r "VES OF OUR TIMES
APOLPH JOACH/M saratm
p-~i^ k, NORMAN ,n4 SOI NOOEL}
m w RHOOA SIMON I
EAH Of THE HOUSE Of REPRE-
SENTATIVES. MEMKR FOR L0N6ER
PERIOD THAU A*Y OTHER COMBOS-
MAM HI AMERKAN HISTORY-
ROW IN MHEMIA IN 1866,
SABATH CiMf TO THE U.S. AT
THE A6E Of IS. SHTUNG IN
CHICAGO, HE STUDIED LAW AND
WAS ADMITTED TO THE BAR
1491. *>
fOUR YIARS LATER, 60V. ALT6ELD
APPOINTED SABATH A JUSTICE Of
PEACE. THUS STARTIN6 HIM ON A
PUBLIC CAREER WHICH HAS
BEEN GOING STRONG FOR OVER
50 YEARS/
IN 1907, AS AN ILLINOIS DEMOCRAT,
HE ENTERED THE CONGRESS Of THE
U.S. HE FOUGHT FOR THE PASSA6E
Of PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION
SUCH AS THE PURE FOOD AND
DRUG ACT. | | *
AS MEMBER Of COMMITTEE ON
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION,
HE ADVOCATED LIBERAL LAWS FOR
ADMISSION OF IMMIGRANTS.
UNDER PRES.WIISON. SABATH SERVED ON
THE HOUSE FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE,
AND WORKED FOR ENTRANCE Of THE US
INTO THE LEAGUE Of NATIONS IN 1920.
PREDICTING IN CONGRESSIONAL SPEECHES
THE DOMINATION Of HITLER OVER
EUROPE,HE UR6ED AMERICAN PRE-
PAREDNESS TO STEM THE NAZI TIDES
IN 1930.
WHEN WAR FINALLY CAME, SABATH WORKED
CLOSELY WITH PRES. ROOSEVELT AS CHAIRMAN
Of THE POWERFUL HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE.
PARTICULARLY ACTIVE IN B'NAI BRITH, SABATH ALWAYS KEPT
THE CAUSE OF JUDAISM CLOSE TO HIS HEART. TODAY, AT
THE AGE Of 02, HE CONTINUES TO DEVOTE HIS TIME AND
ENERGY TO THE NEEDS OF HIS COUNTRY AND HIS PEOPLE..
UmiMI IMI JIWIIM TIIIOAPHIC .tIKCr
ladnssah Brunch To
tear Martha Sharp
|The Miami Beach Group will
nth the Deborah Group of
Ida.-, ih at a Brunch, which will
he] i at the Steak House, 2362
lins Ave., Monday, February
at noon. Mn. Martha Sharp,
was instrumental in saving
lives of many European chil-
en. i ill speak on the Youth
ih.
dramatic choral dialogue
be presented by Miss Jean-
te Tupler, of radio station
IBM She will accompanied by
s Ruth Wolkowsky, instructor
piano at the University of
mi.
esc i vat ions may be made by
nc any of the following Ha-
sh members: Mrs. Harry
ftoff 5-0162; Mrs. Milton Wolf,
[Oil, Mrs. Walter Cohen,
1597. Mrs. Sam Prosterman,
1082 Mrs. Benj. Goldstein,
9 Mrs. Alex Straus, 5-7633;
Ben Grenald, 6-M53; or Mrs.
Ph Pomerance, 6-1181.
Our niiu Folk
Irving Berliin earned 37 cents
with his first song "Sunny Italy"
40 years ago. Now he'll draw
$600,000 for his chores in Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer's "Easter Par-
ade"eight new songs, ten oldies,
plus collaboration with producer
Arthur Freed.

Harry Kurnitz, veteran scen-
arist, has been signed by Jack L.
Warner to write and produce for
Warner Bros. "The Story of Eddie
Cantor," based on the life of the
beloved comedian. This will be
Kurnitz' initial assignment under
Chjcago Club Hears Clergy
The Chicago Club of Greater
Miami met Wednesday at the
American Legion Hall, 1828 Alton
Road. Speakers of the evening
were the Rev. Joseph Barth, of
the Unitarian Church, and Rabbi
Morris Silverman, of Hartford,
Conn..
m >i\m
MEATS
BY DEMANDING
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t): communal organization is a participating agency of the
'eater Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the
lowing congregations and rabbis:
'mi Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman
he Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami
liami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Miami
Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Mi-
ami Beach
emple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach
LOOK FOR THE OMVH SICHU IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE
FOR KASHRUTH"
information regarding kashnUn, call our Director, Rabbi
Ph E. RMkortky. pkcui 2-7431.
recently signed long term
produoer-writer contract at the
studio. Some of Harry's top writ-
ing credits iinclude "The Web,"
"See Here, Private Hargrove,"
and "Something in the Wind."

Charming Paulette Goddard
checked into Paramount over the
weekend for pre-production
wardrobe and make-up tests for
"Hazard," her new starring film
which is scheduled to get under
way in a few days.
Bernard Newman was brought
here from Bergdorf-Goodman, ex-
clusive Fifth Ave. store in New
York, to design Paulette's ela-
borate wardrobe which will con-
sist of 14 changes. "Hazard,"
screen adaptation of a best sell-
ing novel, is being produced by
Mel Epstein.
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Speaking of Paulette Goddard.
Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom is back
and Paulette's got him in her
new picture. The former light
heavyweight champ, and now
night club owner and vaudeville
and cabaret entertainer, this
week was signed for his* first film
work in over two years. The caul-
iflower-eared thespian gets the
role of a cross-country truck driv-
er in "Hazard." It's the kind of
assignment Maxie does best, a
bungling, philosophizing mug who
trades repartee with Paulette.
Despite his long absence from the
screen, Rosenbloom has been far
from idle. He has just completed
a 25-month tour teamed with Max
Baer in an act that played the
top cafes and vaudeville houses in
every state.

The death of Ernest Lubitsch
cuts by one of the very few mo-
tion picture directors whose
names carried boxoffice drawing
power on theater marquees. Dur-
ing the '20's and '30's, "the
Lubitsch touch" became a special
boxoffice lure. As last as last
year, his "Cluny Brown" starring
Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones
won critical accolades for "the
touch." Cecil B. DeMille. Frank
Capra, John Ford and Leo Mc-
Carey are perhaps the only other
directors whose names mean
something to the public at large.
*
Comedian Milton Berle, who
had his nose bobbed several years
ago, is so pleased with the result
that he's giving beak jobs to as-
sociates and friends, as birthday
and Christmas presents! So far.
he's presented schnoz trims to his
secretary and the president of the
Milton Berle fan club.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3Q,! J
OFF THE RECORD
SCOOP
' The story behind the Arab boast that 4.CC0 Britons had en-
listed to fight against the Jews in Palestine is one of the most
sordid in Britain's post-war history ... It has the elements of a
scandal which may have serious repercussions on the inter-
national scene The enlisted are ant.-Senn.es and fascists
who were picked by Mosleyite leaders in England
fanatics not only consider themselves the "
crusade to crush the remnant of European Jewry Ihrou
ifying the UN partition decision but the core ol a "Storn
ers" force which, its leaders hope, will ultimately se.ze o
of Britain itself Scotland Yard has eviden, hese men
are to receive military and ideological in ;'om
German Nazis who were operating in the Arab countri
the war They expect to augment their strength v
from the reactionary Poles in Palestine who served undei Gen-
eral Anders Muft agents have sold them a bill of .joods in
the form of a promise that they would be given key polit
and military posts The largei scheme, hatched by I
is to make Palestine the center for the revival of nazism
fascism and to organize the Arab states into a fascist bloc v .- a
vis the Eastern and Western blocs ... The Arab bloc
to maintain intimate relations with Franco, Peron and fascist-
minded countries Only Bevin's keen animosity and personal
opposition to the establishment of a Jew.sh state has kepi
matter from being exposed in all its ugliness B I
antagonism to a Jewish state is. incid the lesult of an
obsession ... He fancies Jev imunists were behind
opposition which developed against him disport work-
ers union In I I I ;; only Jev. Eng-
land, Berl Locker once told !: drivers,
their number is insignificant .
A BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE .
Karel Lisicky, the ehai::> .;.; of the UN. Palestine Implement-
ation Commission, is c Czeci: He is about fill
diplomat and belongs to none of the political
parties ... He is familiar with Palestine's problems, having
been a member of the Mandate Commission of the Leaque of
Nations ... He is the solid, serious and sober type of man one
so irequently encounters in Czechoslovakia ... He can be
ed to be thorough and conscienl o obseiv
feel he is somewhat pro-British I .
his desire to be fair ... I have I ng qualities
which characterize the Czechs Nor can the Cze. ior-
gotten Brandeis' end Wise s cordial cooperation with Thomas
Mc^aryk It will be an interesting twist of late ii a Czech
would live in world history as I | the Jev.
people .
New pri".itc dining room of tt
and parties for private rytihi-rmgs.
2-9814.
lf Hosedalc Delicatessen, 170 N.W. 5th St.. now available to dub
The room will seat 50 people and may be reserved by phoni^
The Brandeis Camp will be
the subject under discussion at
the Wednesday lunchi-on of the
Miami Beach Zionist District ',
at the National Hotel ..:
p.m. The speaker will be Miss
Tupler of station ,
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%  HHHM p^nillllll W^wiisltUEIIiOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 21—NUMBER 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948 PRICE: TEN CENTS [Federations Parley Asks .$. Lift Arms Embargo CHICAGO. (JTA) — Calling ipon HitU.S. Government to ift the embargo on the shipnent of arms to Palestine," 1.000 Jewish leaders at the closing session of the 16th annual General u bly "! the Council of Jewsh Federations and Welfare funiis this week deplored the ^r;il %  attacks on Palestinian Jews "a threat to the maximum dell ent of the Jewish state fcnci '. authority of the United fatl Th delegates from all parts of |he United States and Canada p series of resolutions afi all phases of Jewish af%  irs and the responsibilities of ijiu i in Jewry for overseas and btion il needs. In addition to the demand for lifting the arms embargo, the isembly further urged the govIrnment and the U.N. to "take he necessary steps to implement he en iition of the Jewish state hrough the enforcement of order nd security in Palestine." In an unscheduled, but what Itoved to be the outstanding, ad;it the ang"r _^^^ •-, \t:. (leneral Asembly of the Council of Jewsh Federations knd Welfare funds held last veek end in Chicago, Mrs. Sold e Meierson, department head of I Agency, Stanley Myers alle i upon American Jewry to rovide a minimum of $30,000,000 (mediately "for the defense of lesl ,'ic." Time is the most important Moi,' she pleaded. "Millions pWi d months from now will I eiy little. It is what you pe A that will determine our He 'The Grand Mufti is mobilizing 1 es to destroy our indeIndence, but he knows he will ve to destroy all of the 700.000 lest man Jews to attain his Hectivi [Mrs. Meierson who flew directto Chicago from New Yrk pere she had arrived from Pal%  Oe just two days previously. ke tg more than 1,000 leaders American Jewry at the 16th Ijnual meeting of the Council. h lid that Palestinian Jews av raised over $6,400,000 for tense and. added that anIhei defense campaign for $8.0.000 is planned by the Jewish •mmanity of Palestine. %  Stanley C. Myers, of Miami, was fell cted president of the Coun' % %  %  his third successive term. ^idc-d at all the general psions of the assembly. 'ihers in attendance at the meeting from Greater Miami were living Frankel, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau; Leo Allen, executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged and Victor Garvey and Milton S. Malakoff of the Federation staff. Among the problems discussed at the various assembly sessions were: Planning by communities on how to meet overseas needs and national and local capital and operating needs in 1948; the relation between communities and national and overseas agencies in budgeting, campaigning, programming and year-round policies; trends in anti-semitism and group relations; local planning— particularly in regard to hospital and health programs, care of the aged and chronic sick, cultural and educational programs and sharing of personnel by smaller cities. Dade Chest Drive Open Monday Feb. 2 An army of more than 2.000 volunteer workers will start ringing doorbells and visiting business offices next Monday, Feb. 2, as the Community Chest ot Dade County swings into its 1948 campaign. The drive for a minimum of $848,597 to enable 21 Red Feather services to continue their operations this year will wind up Feb. 17. Every corner of Dade county will be combed, it was assured by O. C. (Jack) Corbin, campaign chairman. "Community Chest Sunday," Feb. 1 will officially open the drive. On that day, high school boys and girls will present the "Red Feather" message to churches throughout the county. Negro teen-agers started this activity last Sunday. The "Kickoff Dinner" is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 2, at 6:30 p.m., at Huyler's restaurant, Miami. A nationally known figure will speak. The negro division's counterpart affair is set for the same day at a place to be designated. G. E. Graves and J. D. Johnson, attorneys, are general chairmen of the negro division. 1917 Federation Honor IS oil Reveals ti,:i88 Contributors The 1947 Honor Roll of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, published and mailed during the past week to more than 10,000 Jewish families in this area, reveals that 6,388 donors contributed appi'oxirnaieJy__$929_.8J)v.in 1947 to the.Combined Jewish Appeal for 52 local, national and overseas agencies. The 1947 figure represents an increase of 1,252 donors over the previous year and an increase of $98,711 in contributions over the 1946 figure. The growth of Federation in its first nine years of existence is graphically shown in the Honor Roll, as follows: Year Donors Amounts 1939 1,631 $ 82,745 1940 1,862 92,245 1941 2,445 121,371 1942 2,537 118,238 1943 2,370 140,070 1944 3,140 242,540 1945 4,940 366,832 194(i 5,136 831,060 1947 6,388 929,796 Thus, in nine years, some 30,449 contributors gave the sum of $2,924,897 through the campaigns conducted by the Federation. The Honor Roll lists the names of the following major agencies to which Federation has recommended appropriations for 1948 ol $500 or more. OVERSEAS AGENCIES: American Committee for Weizmann Institute $ I.DOO American Fund for Palestinian Institutions 2,500 Federated Council of Palestinian Institutions 2,800 Hadassah ; 1 1 "" Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society..... !" 3-500 National Committee for Labor Palestine ifiW Pioneer Women's Organization J-" !" United Jewish Appeal 1,000,000 Jewish Agency Asks U.N. For Palestine Militia LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The Jewish Agency this week submitted a memorandum to the U.N. Implementation Commission requesting immediate steps for the recruitment, organization and establishment of a Jewish militia in Palestine consisting of between 30,000 and 35,000 men. The memorandum was drafted by Moshe Shertok and Aubrey Eban, Agency representatives "^now in this country. Emphasizing that the use of an Federations Council Regional Meeting In Montgomery Community leaders throughout the state of Alabama and the border communities of Florida will gather for a zone conference to discuss problems in Jewish communal organization and responsibilities in Montgomery on Sunday, February 8. at the Progressive Club, it was announced by Simon Wampold, Montgomery and James L. Permutt of Birmingham. The meeting is jointlysponsored by the Regional Committee on Community Organization of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and the Jewish Federation of Montgomery. Highlight of the one-day conference will be a luncheon address by Isaac S. Heller, Southeastern Regional president. Mr. Heller, a member of the National Board of the Council, as well as other National boards, will speak on "Federations and Jewish Life in America." He A'ill discuss the scope of Federations and Welfare Funds and the responsibility of the Jewish Communal Organizations beyond fund rasing and including such matters as community relations and the recreational and cultural needs of youth and adults. !v Hate For ,/ttrld Congress FEW YORK. (JTA)-The propa Plenary session of the l^r'd Jewish Congress, which Id been scheduled to open next !" th, has been postponed until middle of May, it was an%  jnced here by Dr. Ignazy waribart, director of the orluational department of the ingress. The session will be held I Switzerland. NATIONAL AGENCIES: ..,„... =nn American Association of Jewish Education $ 500 %  American Jewish Congress. -^ • %  % !" B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Appeal 6,250 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds 3,745 Jewish Labor Committee B -""" Jewish Telegraphic Agency '£" Jewish Theological Seminary of America S0 Joint Defense Appeal ^•""w National.Jewish Welfare Board 4.200 Yeshiva University LOCAL AGENCIES: $3 000 Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund 5 2 1 Bureau of Jewish Education ^'•"- Greater Miami Jewish Federation |f'|52 15,000 Jewish Home for the Aged N^tiS'coSS^wish Women (Miami Section) 4.232 YM-Y.W.H.A. of Miami... „.•-„. JfrSSSftJ^Jg^ in-1947 • was : $2 4,500, the ^K^/?££ 1, 194 7 amounted to $227 S 7 oL 1,000 vo ? n S ore S ^ Sr Pain 72m ^ Local M n ^^fScei v Jd more thai $550,000 while $608,300 werL1ppn'p 1 riat?d P ?o C otherTe C nefieiary agencies operatmg nat.onally and internationally. and to campaign ex P"^ -"f eTV)C e agencies. &f he MS to $50 class. In this group were 1608 contributors. %Vi n 4Mc*t nVncy was contributed in the $1,000 contributors or 25.18 .. J msi. ib > or 2 3 3% of the donors gave to $2,500 class, in which_i !" ^ B rihll(inns $187,755 or 20 IRQ Asks Funds At Budget Meeting GENEVA. (JTA)—Funds needed for expenses in connection with the expected resettlement of 75.000 displaced Jews in Palestine, 100.000 DP's of all faiths in the United States and 200.000 in other countries during the current year have been included in the proposed $155,000,000 budget which the Preparatory Commission of the International Refugee Organization is now discussing at its fifth meeting. The budget is for the fiscal year from July. 1948, through June. 1949. William H. Tuck, executive secretary of the Commission, asked the conference to press the Big Powers to make available $12,500,000 derived from German assets which has been pledged for Jewish rehabilitation operations. The other half of the fund is at present frozen in Sweden and negotiations are in progress for liquidating the Nazi assets and turning the proceeds over to the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency as reparations. The negotiations are currently tied up in the red tape of national and international currency international force to implement the U.N. Palestine decision would be "highly desirable" and that the Jewish militia would cooperate with it if such a force is established, the Agency underlined the necessity of immediate planning in view of the fact "that the Jewish militia will have to be in a position to carry out onerous and responsible military duties within a period of four months from now." Since the militia is not yet in existence and present Jewish security forces, inadequately equipped and organized for regular security duties, are completely absorbed in day-to-day defense, "the United Nations carries a grave moral responsibility for ensuring that the end of the Mandate docs not find the inhabitants of the Jewish state inadequately defended against the aggression which has been openly threatened from many Arab quarters in and beyond Palestine," the Agency declared. "As long as the Jewish militia is the only instrument available for implementation of the U.N. decision, the Jewish Agency feels bound to emphasize the grave political and moral implications of any delay in its formation or any deficiency in its equipment." In submitting the memorandum, tin' Jewish Agency also asked for a formal meeting with the U.N. Commission to discuss security problems. Apart from the militia question, the Agency's representatives wish to raise the question of action by the Security Council in view of threats to the peace and breaches of the peace arising from Arab attempts to alter the General Assembly's policy by force. Wants U.N. to Provide Anns Advocating a general U.N. arms policy to implement the Assembly's decision, the Agency suggested that the Security Council call upon its member states to "provide arms freely to authorized bodies working under the U.N. Commission for the implementation of the Assembly's resolution" and "withhold arms from those who might use them in an attempt" to defy that decision. On the question of embargoes, the memorandum asserted that "it is anomalous that embargoes should apply indiscriminately to the defenders and the opponents of a United Nations policy; it is still more anomalous that for reasons of status there are legal ways for Arabs to obtain arms to cause a breach of the peace and not for the Jews to prevent the breach." While opponents of the decision are able to acquire arms freely, the defenders of that decision will have no such facility to do so until the Commission intervenes. The Agency termed the acquisition of arms and military stores the most serious difficulty confronting the Jews of Palestine in the establishment of the militia and in their present defense duties. i



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948 iii.i Futerfas Jngaged to Wed I At an open-house Sunday from Lne t<> five. Mr. and Mrs. SamA Futerfas, 1303 S.W. 16th will announce the engage[en! of their daughter Rita to krnard L. Abbott, son of Mr. Cd Mrs T. D. Abbott, 360 Median Ave. |Rita is a graduate of Miami |igh School and attended FlorJOW litcd end: w Rita Futerfas College. She is a memthe Business and ProfesWomen's Chapter of HaMr. Abbott graduated mica! High school, aftei e attended the Aero In. Institute of Los Angeles ing three years with the iiiites Navy, he is now the University of Miliere he is studying cngiThe wedding has been 1 for May 9th. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR Till: 'IRCl'IT COURTOF TIIK 11TII JfDICIAL ClRtTIT IN AM' TOR VDE COUNTY, KI-oitlDA.— N'CBRY, No. 114363. k x I'HR. Plaintiff, vs. ri'lll.'l. K LETTER, Defendant. !. KLKTTER 11 Tin [ion 1'lace ponx, New York hereby notified and reappear to the Bill <>f Com'I In the above styled cause, ire February 27, 1948, otherHill of Complaint will be ; • %  '.nfcHscd against you. Let be iiuMlshed onre a week than four successive weeks I" li wish Florldlan, a newspaper h1 .'i Hade County, Florida. "I this L'7 day of January. 1348. E. II I.EATHKRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. irl Seal) By M. C. ORBBN, Deputy Clerk. '' \ FRIEDMAN Plaintiff 'Id Rlda-. • da 20 lO'li, |ni I' 01 ft. V| I I %  E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ed, desiring to engage In mder the fictitious name of 'rlginals. Creators of I^ailles ISM Washington Avenue, "h intends to register said the Clerk of the Circuit I >ade County, Florida. SALLY ORBBSMAN S"Io Owner. Welnsteln & Welnstein for Applicant fl Road, Miami Beach iKIN.the to PEST CONTROL Complete TERMITE CONTROL Bonded Guarantee Phone 3-4848 9 W. Flagler Si. =71 y n ORKIN PPLETE PEST COMTROL \l)GUNT BROS Uu 1 *kvsisbfkridliaui PAGE NINE An Aerial View of Florida's Outstanding Development! AUCTION Sunday, February 8th ON THE GROUNDS AT 2 P. M. SHARP To Be Held Rain or Shine! Tent Erected on Property. All Large Building Lots! Zoned for Hotel, Apt., or Residential Waterfront lots concrete bulkheaded. Riparian rights, new paved streets. City water, electricity and power. Storm Sewers. Insurable title. Abstracts furnished. Busses pass grounds every 3 minutes. Ample parking. Convenient terms arranged. Adjoins famous "International Center USA." All Brokers' Rights Protected. SALE! Hotel and Apartment Building Sites ON NEWLY COMPLETED T reasure Island SUB-DIVISION Adjoining Miami's New International Center, U. S. A. This is the real estate opportunity wise investors have waited for since the war's end! Builders and professional men and women%know the incomparable value of the "north-end trend" where Treasure Island lies mid-way between Miami and Miami Beach on the 79th St. Causeway, south side (see cuts) a multi-million dollar development. Hotel and apartment sites, with paved streets, power and all utilities all-adjoining the grounds of the fabulously spectacular INTERNATIONAL CENTER, U. S. A., a community to house world-famous exhibits of the various industries, slates and the North and South American republics. For Further Information Call: s. Developers D. HaynSWOrth and Associates Selling Agents Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co. Congress Bldg., Miami. Phone 3-8981 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Phone 9-3481 Treasure IslarJd Subdivision Shows Apartment and Hotel Building Sites Located Midway Between Miami and Miami Beach on 79th St. Causeway %  c. \\



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PAGE SIX PjenistrhriJ/ar FRIDAY. JANUARY Capitol News Letter Pupils Dramatize Novels On PTA Program eting of the Beth By CHARLOTTE WASHINGTON—The soon decide whether resti are "against the constitution against the public policy of whether one group of citizens— courts —maj decide **her< anotr may or may not live. Or th to "throw out it and maintain the statu ^uo Here's the way I Court n '• property in St. Louis, Detr Columbia. The G Court as amicus curiae—friend %  : described the •"' the constituti %  -' %  %  % %  < %  I the United States." C venants dise: eminent in its • lions pointi 1 out. pre\ i< uscou Law • i. • Court l covei mis the Government •he Court !so that su nants %  n %  %  iti protect • that —.=.t of the state a : • .;:;• e brar %  titutton nants. The S virtue of :.. tract t irt would enfo Just as si : :. %  : and that : urti ai iutj -1 un • rations have a b< f tl Missouri. 1 i the 1 strict : s •ust ices must %  covenants L'nil I ; '...-.The :.--•;. ii : : %  %  • %  M I 51 It It %  that thi the ern only I kites. I iId %  %  ..... that t not Districl %  Court fie s • • I In t in i them in the states. S %  %  %  :. :. m at • %  I eels ol • %  • ne "right to I % %  %  %  i n and "Buried %  m Zweig, %  i shadow, the Sunday thos. taking part Warshaw, Irvin R ., n Howard Samuel GilHabl >w, Roslyn Lazarus and JoWorkmen's Circle Youth Plan Coordination nd carrying out plans for 1948 les, Youth : V." rkmen's Cir: 11 wing ('..liiii Aronoff, p u] Goldhagen, Murray i, ith Schuldiner, D thy Rade, Paul irge Seigel up so, ml Cantor Katz Chants at Miami Jewish Orthodo, I Cantor Sholem Katz f chief cantor of Kishinev S^ sent a concert „f i llurgj al P* tmian and operati, muiic £ day. February 8th at the vS Jewish Orthodox r,„ "2| Proceeds of the affair /£ fit the religious !.-H.I of the J: gregalion. Tick.'.. :;:uybeseciM daily from 10 from 3:30 t a m. to noon school office, 1543 S.W. 3^?? B. & P. Games Night Mrs. Margaret Weinstein,y raising chairman ,,f the Bus. and Professional Women's |v sion. Miami Cl | HadajJ announces that night rl be held at the Shorecrest M Wednesday even ng, Febnun 11th. Assistn. Weinsfc, will be Sophie K :;. Helen SB. row, Lola Bix. R salyn RU Lillian Drexler, \--~, Rose Komick. Ruth Smoleafc and Selma Sm \! m will be $1.50. A. F. f-1 VEX PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. MIAML FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 R. W. (Dick) Ervin Resigns Attorneyship TALLAl Zhairman F I I • ,:. iti n 1 R W Dick Ervin attorn i Ervin pi E • • • %  ; : tribute to th thi lei irtmi id I .' %  .-. ... it I tl ( : system, • Last July. Ervin am ... that • %  rom the S I 1 Bridge District and S F Miami Y Building Rules To Be Established : %  BROOK CLUB Tel. 6-2658 Mllll 9424 Harding Avenue OPENING .lAXI'AUY GRACIE FIELDS MARY RAYE and NALDI CHRIS O'BRIEN MUSIC JULES LANDE LA PLAYA Maitre d'Hotel Manetti nounci ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS, Inc. "Clearing Lois Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverised •nd Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Tenace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed ling ove r i .•ith 01 si SANTO SPRINGS HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR STA. FLA. • %  %  ffa&eAs TAMAR --_,. v THE Holland Inn 4760 N.W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-9748 Chei Special DUTCH STEAK „ — SANDWICH WOC DAILY BLUE ~ „ PLATE from If OO Open 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 8 to 12 Noon Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Under the Personal Supervision of C. F. JERNIGAN Owner and Eat'Just Open •• n**. %  gVandmeatrn .Pv.' bimcal supervision. DISTRIBUTOR IN FLORIDA}S^ MWH FOOD *I'I:I\ITY Miami. Fla. 165 Northeast 24th St.



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;.-y*, ^T3i*>W ?.••-; ^ '?•; r~'W*.>W^^!yV v* GraSra&P?? PAGE FOUR >Jeist>tkrldliai FRIDAY JANUARY^ PI MTiYi: MEAS1 RES EDITORIAL The logic and morals behind our Govment's Palestine arms embargo polic. State Department's threat of punitive me.: against Americans enl nththejev in Palestine are so faulty that there need for going into that matter again. Il however, for Dr. Israel Goldstein, as acting chairman of the America:: Zionisl Emergency Council, to raise the issue to a new level wh< clared in wires to the President and the Sec: of State that our policy was American traditions." We don't ki tt answer our Washingl officials will have to Dr. Goldstein's contention that American 10 were to voluntef: lo I |ht for England ac. when Ameri by what process of between the rig to fight for '--'ered because: But ever, if up one answer or a tinction we doubt that I the challenge that our P< rid in he wc ... %  %  I: c I i • • there to se: UNJ \ ?IENC£> DETERMINATION Concrete action last week by 44Jew s hr munity leaders has definitely crystallized th iu nnation of the community to insure th of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. 1 Somewhat awed by the goal of a millionimi a half dollars needed to meet the commJv responsibilities to national and local needsTl! was doubt expressed as to the ability t 0 ^ quota. That att tude has changed The emhutol has been reawakened. The example set by k monstration of giving where increases Q| JJ I d 400 per cent were recorded and in all J aces were in the larger gift bruckets, evidencj that the need of increased giving has been | zed. The first gifts announced in the a| ign show 44 contributors ringing up S321jn| n pledges. This augurs well for the 19 '.8 Destiny Ca| paign. OFFICER, DO YOUR DUTY" A Till HIT I The ". rations a • Funds :. natively youthful existence earned the res] :l I leadership and it thi oui try. P irti ipal n National .:at.on to a posi.. %  %  The Cc has aged, has become Concentration Camp Victim Speaks Here %  ... [| : i I I : %  ... i born ii but inj in S she eturn risi f Hit wr< ced cur.' tier's caught up he: in gi iffered 1 terrible prival :.:.cent ation —five in all. including gen-B-. American liberation but The in : a series < I Barzilai in DP c all. Finally, h v. more democratic in its make up. The policiemri programs formulated, which in reality it fcl sentiment of the communities themselves, haul done much to broaden and coordinate ]eii| communal life. W& take pride in noting that rapid progrel of the Council the past two years has been uakl the leadership of our own Stanley C. Myers. M Myers has just been complimented by aqsl ng re-elected to serve as p-esident. flu recognition is a tribute to both Mr. Myen oil Greater Miami, who have these many yal recognized the value and soundness of his W| ership. Kashruth At Home By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth ...... has!to properly ol .e 1PW years kashruth. the G i lei ^"\ iavl Vaad Hakshruth ^eneSaVl : %  ; lished as a con ', pro )K ll inal ,. „. it h*| .... II an agencj • !" I • %  ., Greater Mian-.. %  •-•" fe ** lion, and is design* i and equip %  Ii % %  i d to supervise the • i"" s bul law f ..nd food esUbl nents in* statgreater Miami %  Inform"! v ; ;n relating to any % %  • these sutjPl f can be obtained I callinl* : the \d\ S:k nee of any, T n ,,,,.,, Hakashruth are ; president; A. M I vice-P* : v "' dent; H. Sootin, secretary %  '" ul S Lubt'l treasure! Kabbi JoP n %  lv <' E Rackovsky is I %  director. gatiom %  • %  U be the I %  Haganah Clearing Roads of Arab Raider* 13 Arabs Killed, Many Wounded Ith laws signilaws the continui: fi :. r 1 /i been, p rtance .ruth .• them*ial life b md imety if '• %  %  Miami : i ..!>' %  kashruth and The homes not erved gment in a Affiliated C their rabbis an Miami J< I Orthodox Col tf Murray Grauei. 1' !" *^ Sholom, Congregation E. Rack Beth David. Rabbi M^nTieach Jewish Cesjfl Center. Rabb. Irving I*** *jewisi> &'**", Published .v.ry F '' d y .. i *0 y Th. Jewish f'or"'* n 4I sfxth Street. Miarm ••;„„ Mj tered at second-class i "?l JERUSALEM. ]TA A new TMH.V • highways of Arab roadblocks^ lsh "I"**" 9 to clear the -rupt and harry Arab trait rVn ,k a !" bushes nd also to hglonists ,en between .u, ? ', on ,he roads around leru^l^ %  nstructive ^e was app etween hat city and the main coastal cite. T ana not the been put into effect. cmes and towns has h ,„ ui s At least one Arab was killed a** i adiUon I eleven wounded this t could not rce for good 'i J< iirt J ,n 1930. >t the Post O "" „S.J5 Fit., under the Acr lt ** We.kly. M.mD.r of th. pM graphic Ag.ncy. Seven |g Synd.c.t.. Worldw.d N „„, i* National Editorial A ,0 E ".'Hl'-*S can AMOciilio" •' 'V' N W,P S P U VsC F R?PTf0N r, "*S S On. Year S* On. Two Year. in BAOR (British Army I the Rhine) and in that capacity, visited a number of DP camps as an inte:; Mrs. B..:. background was an invalu asset to her in her work as a linguist. MMTsSJOg? I bus hit a landmine on th, m and B hem. The truck v %  arncd ould not all ..ii in th. better realization .and severely damaged V iBeersheba three Arabs %  ——iaM hflp the cnmmiinltv ToUphonoa 2-1M'/ 120 N. E. Sixth v Volume 21 SHEBAT Ift 57 FRIDAY. JANUARY



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1948 vjewitii Iks Hi in PAGE ELEVEN H %  .Miami Beaeh Gets Assistance From Community Chest Fund There's another side to affluent, glamorous Miami Beach, it's pointed out by A. L. Reynolds, president, Community Chest of Dade County. There's a segment of its cosmpolitan population dependent on 21 Red Feather services of the Chest just as across Biscayne Bay and in other sections of the county. "That realization has promoted 1 ,i group of Miami Beach business and professional leaders to organize for a determined effort to assure that the Community Chest 9 its minimum goal, of i? in its 1948 campaign Feb. 17." said Reynolds. The Community Chest etfplain,.,!. for instance, that one Visiting makes a full-time job of ig Miami Beach residents. 11. peak load of patients is during the winter season. During the made 778 visits to care i ,r the ailing and handicapped in the resort city. eryone in Miami Beach definitely isn't in the upper income ets," said Vera S. Adair, visor for the Visiting Nurse :ition of Dade County, 700 s V. 12th Ave. "Some have hard%  ugh money to pay for food nt. Wealthy people would in most instances, call on the V N A. for assistance." • irly half of the "patients : .id by Visiting Nurses were e to pay the full $1.50 an fee or even a fraction of e explained. The Visiting N % %  Association is a non-profit ization. Its fee is based on ist of a visit. Membership association in the Community Chest makes it possible to piuvide free services to those unto pay. Adair, a registered nurse, • i the case of a seriously ailing girl brought to Miami Beach on the advice of a northern ian who felt the sun here I help her. The girl was helpless," reMiss Adair. "Her mother (I ui not know how to properly u* her." The Visiting Nurse the mother to provide The nurse gave complete %  % %  !, service three days a "This mother and daughter 1 on a porch with no protec.tion from inclement weather, paying rent and buying they had little money." i her Miami Beach patient Him the association has pronursing care for more than %  year is an elderly woman living along with her aged husband. patient is confined to bed < %  of severe arthritis. She 1 nds on the Visiting Nurse to her and make her comfortable twice each week. Her i gives his services free; so the nurse, through the Com'i. unity Chest. "The Visiting Nurse teaches the family to care for the patient between visits," Miss Adair said. "She guides the patient in regaining and retaining good health In order to serve everyone, the nurse must plan with the family in caring for a patient suffering with a chornic illness. If someone in the family can be taught to give necessary care, the nurse delegates such duty to the family. If this practice were not followed and the nurse visited such patients daily, she would soon be unable to take on new cases." The Visiting Nurse is a graduate registered nurse with special training in public health. Following a physician's instructions, she performs a variety of services including nursing treatment and care for the acutely ill, to those with chronic diseases, mothers with new babies, convalescents from hospitals, patients living alone and workers anxious to return to their jobs. There are seven nurses and me supervisor in the Visiting Nurse Association of Dade County. They average 1,000 visits a month. Lilly Harman, R.N., is evocutive director. "And they are anxious to serve as much of the community as possible," said Miss Harman. The Visiting Association has been alloted $23,200 as its part of the $848,597 the Community Chest seeks during its 1948 campaign Feb. 1 to 17. The Visiting Nurses' budget represents a 14.3 increase over 1947. Many more persons throughout Dade County can be aided if the Chest betters its minimum goal" said Reynolds. Other Red Feather services which aid Miami Beach residents nd visitors include the American Children's Home, Boy Scouts, Catholic Charities, Children's Home Society, Children's Service Bureau, Day Nursery, Council of Social Agencies, Family Service. Girl Scouts, Jewish Social Service Bureau, Legal Aid, Miami Beach Welfare Board. Miami Society for Ruth Draper Presentation At Beach Feb. 9th The only performance to be Uivon in South Florida by Ruth Draper, dramatic artist, will be held at Miami Beach Hign school, Monday, February 9th. The presentation will be the third in the current Community Concert series. Seats may be reserved by calling Mrs. Leo Huberman at 6-1061. Hebrew Book Store Announce New Location S. J. Freedman, owner of the Hebrew Book Store in Miami 3each, has announced the removal of the business to 417 Washington Ave. Formerly located on Fourth St., the establishment carries taleisim, Tefilin. mezubas, etc., and is the only one of its type in the Greater Miami area. Malavsky Family Choir On WMBM Spinoza Forum "Koussevitzky" based on the life of the great composer, Serge Koussevitzky, by Moses Smith, will be reviewed tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the Sipnoza Forum, 124 11th St. Tuesday night Charles H. Lee will lecture on "The Heavens and the Earth;" Wednesday evening members will hear Dr. Morris Schneer on "Psychology for Better Living." The Malavsky Family Choir will be the guests of Jeanette Tupler on tomorrow's broadcast of Jewish events, over WMBM at 4 p.m. The choral group, nationally recognlied Jewish family choir, is known as The Singers of Israel, Gloria and Trudy, two of the Malavsky family, are better known as the Marlln Sisters, and are currently appearing at the Little Roumania, Miami Beach. Mrs. Moser Delegate Mrs. Hyman S. Moser, of the Miami Group of Hadassah. will be delegate from the Greater Miami Chapter of the organization at the Southeastern Regional Conference February 1st through the 3rd in Charleston, S. C. Delegates from 30 chapters of Hadassah will attend the meeting, including a representative from Puerto Rico. Approximately 150 women are expected to be present at the conference. Hard of Hearing, Negro Service Council, Negro Welfare Federation, Protestant Service Bureau. Salvation Army, Travelers Aid Society. YM and YWCA. S. J. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1948 • Jenlsti fkirfur PAGE SEVEN Irgun Officer At Hetfi Jacob A former officer in the French %  Army, who was captured and interned in Germany, will be speak|er riight at the forum of ConEregation Beth Jacob at 8:30 p.m. %  Captain Harry Levy, who escaped Ifrom the Nazis to join the Free \\ i forces, will speak on ••Jewish Minute Men." Since the | C 1,, SI of the war the captain has Ibcn engaged in assisting the lyishuv in Palestine A Barry Gray Addresses I Beach B'nai B'rith Barry Gray, WKAT discIjofkry and headliner at the Copa Xabana, will be speaker and guest a t Miami Beach B'nai B'rith g Tuesday at 8:30, at the Beach "Y," 1536 Bay Road. so speaking will be Major U Sczeskin and Captain Parry Levi, of the Irgun, who ill icll of their experiences in i jent conflict in Palestine. ifhej will also show for the first Itinii n Miami a motion picture, l •. We Attack." Rabbi Engcl, director of the Millel Foundation at the Univ cf Florida, will complete Hie ister of speakers. Walter K r president of the Lodge, announces that the nominating i ttee will submit the slate ,: lidatttS for office in 1948. M rs and friends are invited to attend; admission will be free jjudqe Paine |At Club Luncheon to Avoid High Income paxe>" will be discussed by Judge phihp E. Paine when he addresses |thf Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith ers at their luncheon club eting today at the Downtown ICJub. President Sam Silver will %  report on plans for Brotherhood |v,-. gourmet -^junc(U(i 'Tl JllC C/dtM'/l and c?4uniie LcmuK HOST "MAGIC RUDY" Continental Cui'..neO>C'. OPEN FROM S P M. DA1LV /^ ; %  SUNDAYS i HOM : JO ON THE TR'Al: AT llr,i />VC •* f. At on. tlmt or another most ol ut be*M upset and Jittery due to orerrought aerv.Thi, make* ui irriublt, 22?" %  • wakefuL You can't do four SSSS *• next "jK if you ton and {WnbU through th. nff ht nd don't get %  JIJJ you naed At •* time* whr OM dou to manjr Uiouaanda havs dona w <"* Maty yaara—try j U I Miles NERVINE Jfil* N £ !" ; '• %  mUd but affective •"> vt that help, aootha overwrought f""2 nd permits refreshing .leep. It "•brought reatful nightaand peaceful "•• 't on hand and ba Kgl— time UON Mrv threaten to keep £• ke or make you %  jrwua. CAUTION, uaa SjMdirectad. All drug •^rareMUeaNerrtnli! S5E NERVINE DDK PROSKAUER IS ELECTED TO SIXTH TERM AS PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE w*v\ K 1 ft$''*% IS tftf i BY i %  II llllll LllJLJUIInlllL..ll The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH ANTILLA HOTEL CORAL GABLFS c\Ck Ol LEO", hi vu Italian American Dinners I C HOPS SfcA FOOD I LUNCHEON DINNE.H RF5E.fi V 1 1 NS •'•• I M • 1 juuge Joseph M. Proskauer ol New kork (upper leit) was elected to his sixth term as president of the American Jewish Committee at the 41st annual meeting of the Committee held in New York Jan. 16-18. Also re-elected was Jacob Blaustein of Baltimore (upper center), chairman of the executive committee. Four new officers elected at the-annual meeting were: Irving M. Engel, New York (upper right), chairman of the administrative committee, and (below, left to right) Samuel D. Leidesdorf, New York, honorary vice-president; David Sher, New York, vice-president, and Alan M. Strooek, New York, vice-president. Other officers re-elected include Dr. John Slawson, New York, executive vice-president; Herbert H. Lehman, New York, honorary vice-president; Herbert B. Ehrmann, Boston, vice-president; Milton W. King, Washington, vice-president; Fred Lazarus, Jr., Cincinnati, vice-president; Ralph E. Samuel, New York, vice-president; Jesse H. Steinhart, San Francisco, vice-president; Frank L. Sulzberger, Chicago, vice-president; Nathan M. Orhbach, New York, treasurer; Albert H. Lieberman, Philadelphia, associate treasurer, and Edward A. Norman, New York, secretary. SIKVINO ,'\ nomoAs iimw AM ERIC AN |i W I S H CINNER -V LIRIFCTII^ ":, C ..V ?:*." ST. MORITZ HOTEL DINING ROOM 16th and the Ocean OPERATED BY HERBERT PETERS Dinner Music by Rudy Baum Mrs. Eisner Entertains Aged At a birthday celebration held last week at the Jewish Home for the Aged by the Miami Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Sari Eisner, concert pianist and composer, entertained the group with a program of All-Roumanian works, including her own Roumanian Rhapsodic Motion pictures were also included on the evening's program. pices of the "Homeage" Club, of which Max Greenberg is president. Auyuta Melicov accompanied them at the piano. Beck and Brotman Artists Schedule Four Concerts Four concerts will be presented this season by Ruth Brotman, soprano, and Dr. Paul Beck, European tenor, who recently appeared with the Miami Orchestra, directed by Caesar LaMonaca, at Bayfront Park, before an audience of more than 5,000 people. Miss Brotman and Dr. Beck also took part in the concert Tuesday at Beth Sholom under the ausPAMPER YOUR PALATE AND YOUR POCKETBOOKS Complete Breakfast from 55c Luncheons from 85c Dinner from $1.75 ItOYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE UI\IM. ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners Triton Hotel Dining Room On The Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5-6651 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 10 P.M. STRICTLY ICEVIJX HOTEL COLLINS AVE. AT 13TH ST. Serving De-Luxe Full Course Dinners at Same Popular Prices KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OPEN to the PUBLIC Same Management — Phone 5-7688 SAMUEL S0RIN PIANIST Winner $1,000.00 Federated Music Clubs of America Contest Soloist Five Times Philadelphia Orchestra Benefit Performance Sponsored by THE GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL PIONEER WOMEN SUBWAY, FEB. 8, 8:30 P.M. Bayfront Park Auditorium—320 N.E. 5th St. Tickets $1.00 1.50 2.00 plus tax, for sale at a^iW* Music Stores, Burdine's, Byron's Red Cross, j\witr Bureau of Education. Mercantile Bank Bid*. Miami Beach Radio Store Information call RUTH BROTMAN, MCT. Phones 5-3042, 9-2358 OPEN EVERYOAY 170 m 5 *ST. f 5J.V£SX ? ft 2-9814 SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE lOMlOV ARMS HOTEL 727 Collini Ave. Miami Beach Featuring STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Catering To Parties and Weddings — Phone 5-1264 Cb* Strictly KOSHER Dining Room NOW OPEN DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P. M. CATERING FDR ALL OCCASIONS PHONE 5-31B9 OR 5-9S32 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 oldworld Jewish charm—even to the wine and zmiras on FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Weekday Dinners at $2.50 Per Plate Friday and Saturday at $3.00 Per Plate Daily at 6:30 Saturday at 12 Please Telephone for Reservations—5-6165 HOTEL ABRAMS 302 EUCLID AVE.. MIAMI BEACH



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•r-'y'i.miimss PAGE TWELVE Hebrew Academy Sixth Annual Donor Luncheon Plans Dedication Feb. is Announced by American Jewish Congress Mayor Marcie Liberman of MiFRIDAY, JANUARY ami Beach will head the list of dignitaries attending the d< lion ceremonies at the H( Academy, 918 6th St., \ Beach, February 15th. A special flag ceremony will lucted by Dr. Maurice Kl Beach city coui tion of individual Broom of W v"et :v Office additi* n to 1 %  %  %  '• A. M lents: Samue Grui David I Aai i %  tai s %  S Acadi • : a i tors Beth Jacob Cong. Affiliates With Sducafkm Bureau %  tion of %  Amvets Weekly Affairs n imc nights will be I, Amvets Pott I Hotel, with i n %  iction f %  josepn A. chairman. • P luled for Proceeds <>f be used A new program "The Li Synagogue" will be heard ~? Saturday morning f rom ,. 'T 9:45 a.m.. on WINZ. The n gram will feature Rabbi [2 Raab. of Temple EmanuEl Lauderdale. %  The Ladies league of ik, Hebrew Academy will lpo a game night at Robert £ ter Pott 11. of the Am !" n, 5th St.. Thursday evening',,, %  now affiliate eon. A the public at a cost rewish Orthodox C \ WILBUR COON ARCH SUPPORT SHOES AND ^ PLAY SHOES : .: president %  %  • V. %  IN to %  %  • %  WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT JOE i:. IJ;WIS Austin Mock at the Piano IOW MEIIRIIX STAGE • SCREEN %  R'VDIO I.'-G sr*n • JACK HI LBttAXCEHS HO\ A >!VSMV MGM SENSATIONAL SINGING STAR Kent Edwards-Laura Corbay-Martha Bumett-Mavi. Mima Henry Basse PUH CAMPO AND HIS LATIN-AMERICAN ORCHESTRA And His Orchestra Walloon'. Sunday Nic+t WWffl PRESENTATIONS 9 AND 12:30 SUPPER 1 Meau B1 *"* Stock-Papula, Plicoa *K*S -DERM*KJHW* Y i. ft HMl*^ m %  *.-wawT



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b>AY. JANUARY 30, 1948 liami Beach Jewish Centers Inagurates M8 Adult Institute For Jewish Studies i inia AHnlt Institute f<-ir<$ +Jenisti fkricfictjn PAGE FIVE %  Ii)48 Adult Institute for*Pin rish Studies scheduled for L n ,l iys ;md Wednesdays at the i; Beach Jewish Center, held : • session Wednesday evelp Courses take place from 8 ji n. and are open to the I, ibbi Irving Lehrman, of Center announced. ire conducted on Monevenings, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. I tary Herbrw, David e ,n, teacher; 8 p.m. to 9 Intermediate Hebrew, with kd Ijrikovitz, instructor; 9 p.m. HO i"ii. Advanced Modern HeW with Mr. Berkovitz; 9 p.m. |l i A Study of the PrayBo conducted by David edman. ft lay evening courses inJe The Literature of the lie bert Zuckerman, teaeh[fi to 9 p.m.; Jewish HisZuckerman, from 9 to Layettes and Linen Needed For Project An urgent call from the national office of the Pioneer Women for Palestine has been received calling the attention of Jewish people in the area to the importance of the layette and linen project for the benefit of infants born on the roads leading from D.P. Camps and Cyprus to Palestine. Interested persons are asked to call the local chairman of Club 1. Mrs. H. Seitlin. 5-6380, her cochairman, Mrs. H. Freedman, 5-9986. or contact Mrs. Cunin at 1031 S.W. 23rd Ave. 10 p.m.; Intermediate Hebrew, Mr. Berkovitz, instructor, from 8 to 9 p.m.; and Advanced Modern Hebrew, from 9 to 10 p.m.. taught by Fred Berkovitz. % %  f I % 1 111 ; v• •4 Presenting the Keys to the City at the cabaret party of the hicagc Club at the Latin Quarter is Marcie Lieberman, Mayor of liami Beach. Also pictured from left to right are Councilman |erbrr; Frink, Samuel H. Hoffman, former Assistant States Atty. Cook County, 111., and president of the Club, and Maurice C. ohn. Chairman. "The affair was a complete success in every fpect, Mr. Cohn said. ties anes lovely Seamless hosiery $-|50 pair I Flattery for your legs P"" these seamless wonders. i fu.-hion-new resort colors ... [ley're molded for lifetime fit! nagine never a worry pout twisted seams, baggy £ : and puckered ankles! %  < %  tin new Nylon nudes at fUrdine's! Short length sizes 8' -i to ttt Medium length, site* 8'L to 10', Long length, sizes 9Vfe to 11 Purdm... Miami. Hoti.ry. Stra.t r 00 '. Ai, 0 at Ml mi B „ ehWest 1 Be„ch and Ft. Laudsrdale m lATTH ITflCOLn I CO-OIIIOSIO\ I I L •>' COOOIFIOMD 1 Dr. Erna KUiss Dr. Klass Receives Medical License Congratulations are being offered Dr. Erna K. Klass upon the announcement that she has passed the Florida State Medical Board and is licensed to practice medicine in the State of Florida. Dr Klass, who is the wife of Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and the mother of twin boys, is affiliated with the Dado County Health Unit as a doctor for the county's schools and baby clinics. She is a graduate of Frederick Wilhelms University Medical School. Breslau, Germany, and did postgraduate work at Columbia University, New York City. Dr. Klass interned in Richmond, Va., and received her medical license in that state in 1938. She later served as resident physician in pediatrics at GallingProfessor Sol Liptzin Honored At Affairs Professor Sol Liptzin, head of the German department of City College, New York, will speak tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Central Beach Elementary School, on "Jewish Vision of America and the Reality." The Greater Miami Committee of the Yivo, under whose auspices he is speaking, will honor Professor Liptzin with a banquet and reception, on Sunday at 6:30 at the.Strath Haven Hotel. Removal Notice David A. Frank, attorncy-atlaw, announces the removal of his offices to 808 Olympia Building. Miami. er Municipal Hospital, Washington. D. C, followed by two years resident in psychiatry at Springfield State Hospital, Maryland. Bill, they tell me the Florsheim Shoe Store on Southeast First Street is now closed." m "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 e wor HAVE YOU SEEK ks!" % Our Magnificent New Store at 245 East Flagler Street? The Finest FLORSHE1M 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 wedifo tf€ 245 E. FLAGLER STREET %  -:i % 



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1948 Jenislh ftcridtian PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaging In business under the fictitious name ot PARK BAR, at 2:,12 Palm Avenue, Illalcah, Florida, and Intend to regIstei Bald name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. HARRY 8CHWARTZ. ESTHER RAU/.IN. MARVIN RAUZIN. WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOW1TZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 1/9-16-23-80 2/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMfc LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in iiuslness under the lirtitiouu name o* FLAOLER POOD 8HOF at 271 East Hlagler Street. .Miami, Florida, Intend 1 glster said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade Couutv. Plot-Ids JACK Cod.I) EDWARD BOGAN Petitioners, MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners. i. 8-16-28-30 2/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE ClRCCIT COURT UK THE 11th JUDICIAL ClllCriT IN AND KHR DADE COUNTY, HilKIPA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 114287. SYLVIA VVOl.NEK. Plaintiff, vs. KOIlEItT Will.NEK, Defendant. THE STATE OK FLORIDA: TO: ROIIERT WOI.NEK 76-3S 113th Strict Forest Hills, New York You arc hereby notified and ordered to appear to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the abovestyled cause on or before the Mrd day of February, 1948: otherwise the allegations of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once B week for four consecutive weeks la the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida, DATED this 13 day of January, 1948. E. I!. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seall By M Sam net Sorni ed • lo • pia %  Pionoor Women Prosoiitl So rin In Piano Recital 01 interest to Miami music lovers is the announcement that for st time in this area the of Robert Ward and RiGoldman will be presentthe February 8th conceit Riven by Samuel Sorin. virtuoso. Also on the prowill be compositions by S ibert, Mendelsohn, Chopin. ssy and Liszt. Mr. Sorin r of the Schubert Memorial A iid and the National Federaf Music Clubs $1,000 contc is said to be one of the artists to appear in Miami. Hi IS been the soloist for three mances with the Philadelirchestra. caring under the sponsorv if the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, at 8:30 I on February 8th, Mr. Sorin tig presented under the Ruth B: man management. Honorary 1 ns include Dr. Modeste Aloo. Dr. Bowman Ashe, Ruth Brotman Bertha Foster, Dr. Adele .on, Anyuta Melicov, Dr. ikdoney, Mrs. Arnold Volpe and Mana-Zucca. Among the patrons are Mrs. Bertha Bcssman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bild, Mr. and Mrs. Harry* Faber. Dr. E. Pushkin. Mrs. David Washer, and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Varetsky. DAlRJj BUTTER-EGGS Gables Youth Group In Formation Process Boys and gills between the ages of 14 and 18 who are interested in forming a Junior B'nai B'rith in the Coral Gables section, arc invited to attend a youth party, sponsored by the Coral Gables Lodge Youth Committee. Sunday, February 8th, at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., at 2 o'clock. Jerry Sanders, chairman of the committee, announces that dancing will follow a short address by Howard Liebman, director of B'nai B'rith Vouth activities for Florida. On the comittee with Mr. Sanders will be Alvin Corenblum, Jerome Poncher and Sidney Lewis. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT I'oL'KT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Full BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 114014. l'AULA 8EIOENBERU, Plaintiff, vs. SOLOMON L. SEIQENBEHG, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: SOLOMON L. SEIUENBEKG 171". Bast 16th street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-Styled cause on or before the 12th day of February, 1948, otherwise the allegation of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a w.ek lor four consecutive weeks In I the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATED this 13th day of January, 1948. E. B. LEA THE It. MAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Beat) By M. C. OREEN, Deputy cierk. SAM SILVER 17":: Congress Bldg, Miami, Florida 1/16-23-30 2/6 SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703-5 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida i 30 2/6-18-20 c. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL ,• DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. —No. 19038. RE: ESTATE OF JOSEI'H MILLER, A/K/A/ JOSEPH OABBY MILLER, A/K/A JOSEPH OABBY, A/K/A JoE OABBY, Dec,used. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petllion for Final Discharge as Administrator "f the estate of JOSEPH MILLER deceased: :uid that on the 1st day of March, 194s, will apply to the Honorable w. F. Blanton County of Dade County. Klorlda. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of JOSEPH MILLER, deceased. This 27th day ..f January, 1948, PRANK MILLER, WA8MAN, BILVER fc SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Administrator 1 :'." 8 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ot Star Watch and Jewelry at 45 N.W. 1st Street, Miami. Klorlda, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flotilla. FLORENCE PKLTZ Hole owner. Weinstein, Welnstcin and Welnstein Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. U76, Chapter No 20053, 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-wit : PARK PHARMACY under which we are engaged In business, We expect t., engage In business at number 4200 Southwest Eighth Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the parties Interested In said business enterprise, are as follows: HENRY GII.MAN SOPHIE OILMAN" RI'DOLPH BCHER SALLY SCHER IACK A ABBOTT Attorney for applicants. 1/23-30 2/6-13-20 Income Tax Specialist BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS 4 Years With the Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 — 5-3662 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol Wilsons Package Store at l"li N-W. 7:1th Street, Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Ll Pharmacy at 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County. Florida. ABRAHAM NEWMANSYLVIA NEWMAN SHIPLEY WOOI.F Attorney for applicants. 1 30 I 6-13-20-27 NORTH BEACH HOME PATROL 18 Years oi Reliable Service All Bonded Employees. For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach BUCK'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET WHOLESALE k RETAIL EGGS FRESH DAILY "SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2218 N. W. 2nd Ave. mm&'W&m^ Finest Chinese and American Dishes Complete Dinners from A La Carte Till 2 P. M. Biscayne Blvd. Between 1ft and 2nd &U. Miami, Flo. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TI1K ClRCCIT COURT OF THIS 111-11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IX CHANCERY, No. 114044. JoHN MICHAEL BARONB, Plaintiff, vs. MARY l'AULA BARONE, Defendant TO: MARY l'AULA BARONB 1116 Tiffany Street Bronx, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before February 13. 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this onlcr be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper published In Dade Counly, Plorlda. Dated this 13th day of January, 194S. D. B. LKATHISKMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law licet SeylKild Building Miami. Florida 1/16-23-30 3/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Tills I1T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMJ FoR DADE COUNTY, FlyiRIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 1181 I/.is c. Herget, Plaintiff, vs. Einil L. Herget. Delendant. TO: F.MIL L. HEROET, 88-46 l6th Street, Hollls, i-ong Island, New York. You are hereby ordered to fib 1 your appearance or answer to the bill OI complaint for divorce filed against you by LOIS C, HEROET on or Belore the 5th day of February, m is. otherwise the alienations of said lull will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this Itfl da) of January. 1948. K. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GKEEN, Deputy Clerk, OEOKGE J. TAL1ANOFF Solicitor for I'laintilf 1/9-16-23-30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY. Fl-ORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 114200. HOPE DOANB, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT E. OOANr,, i i,-:.-11.1.1111 BTATE OP FI/iRIHA: TO R' 'BERT E. DOANB Lincoln Ib.tel Salem, Massachusetts You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above stxb-d cause on or before the 20th day of February, 1918; otherwise the allegations of said BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed against \ oil Let this Order he published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH F1.0R1DIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Plorlda. DATBD this 20th day of January, 194S. K B. LKATHERMAN. clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Ueputy Clerk. SA.M SILVER 1703 Congress Bldg., Miami .12. Florida 1/23-30 2/6-13 M. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THK 1 IT H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCiSKX, No. 114193. NORMAN A. OILLEN, plaintiff, vs. BELLE OILLEN, Defendant. YOU, BKLLK OILLEN, c/o General Delivery, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before February 19, 194S. or a decree pro confesSO will be entered against you. DATED: January 20. 1948. E. B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. OREEN. Deputv Clerk WASMAN, SILVER and SAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1/23-30 2/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY .-ml SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO. at 1317 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STEVE J. DL'RAl. Wasmaii. Silver & Sakowitz Attorneys for Applicant 1/30 2/6-13-20-37 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot Van Halon Company (not Inc.) at 1431 Washington A venue, Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. NORMAN COVAN Sole Owner. 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot Dolores Blouses at 45 N. E. 14th Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAYER P. REINER Sole Owner. 1/16-23-Su 2/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. intends to register said name with the Cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE KIRSCHKNBAUM. 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 114148. MAROARBT EVELYN STUBER. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN EDWARD STUBER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN EDWARD STUBER, 1636 Steuben .Street, Plica, New York YOU, JOHN EDWARD STUBER. whose residence is stated above, are hereby notified to file your appeal an. .in the above cause for divorce on or before February 24. 194S. otherwise a decree pro confesao will be entered against you. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk, above Court. ii' i iiii it ('..art Seal > By U C. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Attorney for Plaintiff 819 llympla Building Miami. Florida 1. 23-30 2 ii-13 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CMA.N' r.Ki, No II IIII. JAN COUPALL, Plaintiff, vs. LUCILLE COUPALL, Defendant. TO: LUCILLE COUPALL, 3717—VUth Street, Jackson Heights, Uueens, New York: You are hereby ordered to nie your appearance or answer to the bin ol complaint for divorce filed against you b) JAN COUPALL, on or belore 16th day of February, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 16th .lav of January, 1948, i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bj M. C. OREEN. Deputy Clerk, QBOROE J TAI.IANoFl solicitor fm Plaintiff. 1/23-30 2/6-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 20288. in Re: ESTATE OF LEWIS LE WEN STEIN, I it-ceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Ha v. Ing claims or Demands Against Said state: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and requf.-cd to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against tne estate of LEWIS LEWENSTMIN dease.l. late of Dad.. County, Florida. to the Hon W. PRANK HlAJVTU.v, 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 ami to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same w-ui be. barred. Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated January 8, A. D. 1948. JOSEPH Ill'RKHOL/.. As Executor of the Last Will ana Testament of LEWIS LEWE.NSTBIN, Deceased. HARRY ZUKBRNICK Attorney for Executor 1/16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till'. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FoR DADE COUNTY, F1AJRIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 113840. FRANCES O. OROUX. Plaintiff, vs. KENNETH L. OROUX, Defendant TO: KENNETH L. OROUX. 90 Grove Street Tarreytown, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to tb Hill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before February' 6th, 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 5th day of January, 1948. E B. LEATHEH.Y1AN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at i.aw 102.1 Seyliold Bldg. Miami. Fla. l/S-16-23-30



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PAGE EIGHT Jcnlsffkricito*_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948 Personally Speaking... Vacationing between seminars at New York Univ Miss Judith Jeanne Dickstein. During her stay hero she is house guest oi her uncle and aunt, Dr. end Mrs. C. Leon Shalio way, 715 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff returned yeste weeks' vacation in New York City where si .ded wedding of her brother, Gabriel Schonfel Farver at the Hotel Esplanade. Host at a dinner party tomorrow night a! will be Chester W. Krone'. Jr., who will be cele Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Commu morning. Chester will have as his guests the boys and his confirmation c. ^ZT^Joni H. Rose Visilin, In Miami Beach mr# „ A„A Hnvana Ho Fo-i.ow.na Ceremony And Havana Honeym • Confirmand Honored Max Hagen, ion ( ,f Mr. m Mrs. I. Hagen, 545 Michigan^ wa honored at a dinner Staying at the Martinique Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Ii Shlansky, of New York. Accompanying Mi i Shlansky, Miss Bertha Bermar, and Geoige Goldstein. V. here they will visit Mr. Shlansky's mot! The party will be enterta'ned durn.g theit Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Reiner, -35 N.E. I Mr. and Mrs. M rl 2252 S.W. 22nd Te. their 41st wedding felicitations on the occa.= houseguest of the Keiisons one sister of Mrs. Keilson, Mr. and M B. Tanenbaum, Dr. .. nger, c:. B. Lance. A visitor from New Haven at the Ho:;'' mi Beach, is Louis Brodsky. who arrived last week for >: tcation. While here Mr. Biodsky, c contractor and bu I tertained by Mr. :; '. Ave. Mr. Brodsky is thebrot) ei Mi', cr. ing a few mi. The • where they will spend a i ,>ks. Victor celebration of at th. Hotel on January 1Wl h,s B Mi, 2v4 Guest speakers at the aff alr w Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Ca Louis Feder and Louis' Gad !" Fifty guests attended the dim* STORES A BUSHa OF FROZEN FOODS \i %  Feil ighter : : /: Isaac Levin Lodge Re-elects R. Gerstein Parness Surprise Party For Honeymooners Greenberg-Block Wed In Garden Ceremony 6ne Taste Will Convince feu. Too 1 HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Koshti Canned Cmck-n Fricassee is tops in quality, outstanding in flavor Yes. all the Horowitz -Mar-arete" • Canned Chicken Prod are zestfully sea. rich-tasting, traditional, home-style Jewish way. Economical, too... save work, time, money! D t • 'i D> B S %  ti %  Richi • i %  F. %  E %  %  Michaels Engagement I i Mr. and Mrs M ix A P ness, 3121 N W 54th St [oi en Mi an i Mrs Frank J. Parni n M s :nM .: • %  StreMrs G %  : n, M %  %  M Sam Mi an i Mi s il A visit B .' Gloria C %  %  HI Price Paid for %  S USED CLOTHING Al/S Ml AVE. ne 2-3213 AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE LIES SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE • in rear) 1304 N E 2n I AVE, ne 9-3144 The study group meeting of the Deborah Group oi Hadassah was held Monday at lhe home of the president, Mrs. Leo Levin. 945 Bay Drive. Mrs. Ruby Levkoff. educational chairman, conducted an open discussion of "Zionism." A Chamisha Oser E'shvat the original J.RAW1/C *4*M*m PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by NATIOXAL BRANDS. INC 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami, Florida Phone 2-7405 SUPERFLUOUS MAIH Removed by Multiple Electee Needles and Radio Mali-. The onl, sate and permanent methods. K Frances A H N K F r eda L I M A N 1431 Washington Ave, M. Beach Phone 5fM',20 FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS L. •!. ROGM ii PHONE 9-0551 UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Costl Come In or Phone For Our U'presenlalfre JMPtURAWl/DN 7 N. E. FIRST AVET — Ph 3-0151 DECORATOR 1948 SERVEL Here It it! The newest, the blest In refrigerator convenieect — with the new silent Served Gas Refrigerai ir! %  A big Frozen Food /.< %  '..r-with room for up to sixt -t;indardsize packages* V % % %  nldand dry cold protection for fresh meats, fruits* and vegi ibles.. PLUS Servel's differed simpler fr e mii ig system thai ham" single moving part i • wcaf get noisy. More than 2,00


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948 • Jen 1stHer Mian PAGE FIFTEEN r "VES OF OUR TIMES APOLPH JOACH/M SARATM P-~I^ k, NORMAN ,n4 SOI NOOEL } M w RHOOA %  SIMON I EAH Of THE HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES. MEMKR FOR L0N6ER PERIOD THAU A*Y OTHER COMBOSMAM HI AMERKAN HISTORYROW IN MHEMIA IN 1866, SABATH CiMf TO THE U.S. AT THE A6E Of IS. SHTUNG IN CHICAGO, HE STUDIED LAW AND WAS ADMITTED TO THE BAR 1491. *•> fOUR YIARS LATER, 60V. ALT6ELD APPOINTED SABATH A JUSTICE Of PEACE. THUS STARTIN6 HIM ON A PUBLIC CAREER WHICH HAS BEEN GOING STRONG FOR OVER 50 YEARS/ IN 1907, AS AN ILLINOIS DEMOCRAT, HE ENTERED THE CONGRESS Of THE U.S. HE FOUGHT FOR THE PASSA6E Of PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION SUCH AS THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG ACT. | | AS MEMBER Of COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION, HE ADVOCATED LIBERAL LAWS FOR ADMISSION OF IMMIGRANTS. UNDER PRES.WIISON. SABATH SERVED ON THE HOUSE FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, AND WORKED FOR ENTRANCE Of THE US INTO THE LEAGUE Of NATIONS IN 1920. PREDICTING IN CONGRESSIONAL SPEECHES THE DOMINATION Of HITLER OVER EUROPE,HE UR6ED AMERICAN PREPAREDNESS TO STEM THE NAZI TIDES IN 1930. WHEN WAR FINALLY CAME, SABATH WORKED CLOSELY WITH PRES. ROOSEVELT AS CHAIRMAN Of THE POWERFUL HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE. PARTICULARLY ACTIVE IN B'NAI BRITH, SABATH ALWAYS KEPT THE CAUSE OF JUDAISM CLOSE TO HIS HEART. TODAY, AT THE AGE Of 02, HE CONTINUES TO DEVOTE HIS TIME AND ENERGY TO THE NEEDS OF HIS COUNTRY AND HIS PEOPLE.. UmiMI IMI • JIWIIM TIIIOAPHIC .tIKCr ladnssah Brunch To tear Martha Sharp |The Miami Beach Group will nth the Deborah Group of Ida.-, ih at a Brunch, which will he] i at the Steak House, 2362 lins Ave., Monday, February at noon. Mn. Martha Sharp, was instrumental in saving lives of many European chilen. i ill speak on the Youth ih. dramatic choral dialogue be presented by Miss Jeante Tupler, of radio station IBM She will accompanied by s Ruth Wolkowsky, instructor piano at the University of mi. esc i vat ions may be made by nc any of the following Hash members: Mrs. Harry ftoff 5-0162; Mrs. Milton Wolf, [Oil, Mrs. Walter Cohen, 1597. Mrs. Sam Prosterman, 1082 Mrs. Benj. Goldstein, 9 Mrs. Alex Straus, 5-7633; Ben Grenald, 6-M53; or Mrs. Ph Pomerance, 6-1181. Our niiu Folk Irving Berliin earned 37 cents with his first song "Sunny Italy" 40 years ago. Now he'll draw $600,000 for his chores in MetroGoldwyn-Mayer's "Easter Parade"—eight new songs, ten oldies, plus collaboration with producer Arthur Freed. • • • Harry Kurnitz, veteran scenarist, has been signed by Jack L. Warner to write and produce for Warner Bros. "The Story of Eddie Cantor," based on the life of the beloved comedian. This will be Kurnitz' initial assignment under Chjcago Club Hears Clergy The Chicago Club of Greater Miami met Wednesday at the American Legion Hall, 1828 Alton Road. Speakers of the evening were the Rev. Joseph Barth, of the Unitarian Church, and Rabbi Morris Silverman, of Hartford, Conn.. m >I\M MEATS BY DEMANDING GREATER MIAMI AAD HAKASHRUTH 1 I* VAX VISION AND APPROVAL t): communal organization is a participating agency of the 'eater Miami Jewish Federation, and is sponsored by the lowing congregations and rabbis: 'mi Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman he Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miami liami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Miami Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Miami Beach emple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Miami Beach LOOK FOR THE OMVH SICHU IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE FOR KASHRUTH" information regarding kashnUn, call our Director, Rabbi •Ph E. RMkortky. pkcui 2-7431. recently signed long term produoer-writer contract at the studio. Some of Harry's top writing credits iinclude "The Web," "See Here, Private Hargrove," and "Something in the Wind." • • Charming Paulette Goddard checked into Paramount over the weekend for pre-production wardrobe and make-up tests for "Hazard," her new starring film which is scheduled to get under way in a few days. Bernard Newman was brought here from Bergdorf-Goodman, exclusive Fifth Ave. store in New York, to design Paulette's elaborate wardrobe which will consist of 14 changes. "Hazard," screen adaptation of a best selling novel, is being produced by Mel Epstein. • • Speaking of Paulette Goddard. Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom is back and Paulette's got him in her new picture. The former light heavyweight champ, and now night club owner and vaudeville and cabaret entertainer, this week was signed for his* first film work in over two years. The cauliflower-eared thespian gets the role of a cross-country truck driver in "Hazard." It's the kind of assignment Maxie does best, a bungling, philosophizing mug who trades repartee with Paulette. Despite his long absence from the screen, Rosenbloom has been far from idle. He has just completed a 25-month tour teamed with Max Baer in an act that played the top cafes and vaudeville houses in every state. • • The death of Ernest Lubitsch cuts by one of the very few motion picture directors whose names carried boxoffice drawing power on theater marquees. During the '20's and '30's, "the Lubitsch touch" became a special boxoffice lure. As last as last year, his "Cluny Brown" starring Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones won critical accolades for "the touch." Cecil B. DeMille. Frank Capra, John Ford and Leo McCarey are perhaps the only other directors whose names mean something to the public at large. • Comedian Milton Berle, who had his nose bobbed several years ago, is so pleased with the result that he's giving beak jobs to associates and friends, as birthday and Christmas presents! So far. he's presented schnoz trims to his secretary and the president of the Milton Berle fan club. 4' Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Fight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass W Hars It** 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM. ABE cad IRVING RABINOWITZ Daily Double Second and Third Rare* Admission (No Minors) 25c TRANSPORTATION — From Mto-ni—Express Service by Rtd Adorn*. Line from Elks' Club. Eost FI09I r S. and N. E. 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^ %  — eannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn^r'a ^^nn anr^^ PAGE SIXTEEN pJewislifhricfitM FRIDAY, JANUARY 3Q,! J OFF THE RECORD SCOOP The story behind the Arab boast that 4.CC0 Britons had enlisted to fight against the Jews in Palestine is one of the most sordid in Britain's post-war history ... It has the elements of a scandal which may have serious repercussions on the international scene The enlisted are ant.-Senn.es and fascists who were picked by Mosleyite leaders in England fanatics not only consider themselves the crusade to crush the remnant of European Jewry Ihrou ifying the UN partition decision but the core ol a "Storn ers" force which, its leaders hope, will ultimately se.ze o of Britain itself Scotland Yard has eviden, hese men are to receive military and ideological in ; om German Nazis who were operating in the Arab countri the war They expect to augment their strength v from the reactionary Poles in Palestine who served undei General Anders Muft agents have sold them a bill of .joods in the form of a promise that they would be given key polit and military posts The largei scheme, hatched by I is to make Palestine the center for the revival of nazism fascism and to organize the Arab states into a fascist bloc v .a vis the Eastern and Western blocs ... The Arab bloc to maintain intimate relations with Franco, Peron and fascistminded countries Only Bevin's keen animosity and personal opposition to the establishment of a Jew.sh state has kepi matter from being exposed in all its ugliness B I antagonism to a Jewish state is. incid the lesult of an obsession ... He fancies Jev imunists were behind opposition which developed against him disport workers union In I I I ;; % %  only Jev. England, Berl Locker once told !: drivers, their number is insignificant A BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Karel Lisicky, the ehai::> .;. %  ; of the UN. Palestine Implementation Commission, is c Czeci: He is about fill diplomat and belongs to none of the political parties ... He is familiar with Palestine's problems, having been a member of the Mandate Commission of the Leaque of Nations ... He is the solid, serious and sober type of man one so irequently encounters in Czechoslovakia ... He can be ed to be thorough and conscienl o obseiv feel he is somewhat pro-British I his desire to be fair ... I have I ng qualities which characterize the Czechs Nor can the Cze. iorgotten Brandeis' end Wise s cordial cooperation with Thomas Mc^aryk It will be an interesting twist of late ii a Czech would live in world history as I | the Jev. people New pri".itc dining room of tt and parties for private rytihi-rmgs. 2-9814. lf Hosedalc Delicatessen, 170 N.W. 5th St.. now available to dub The room will seat 50 people and may be reserved by phoni^ The Brandeis Camp will be the subject under discussion at the Wednesday lunchi-on of the Miami Beach Zionist District ', at the National Hotel ..: p.m. The speaker will be Miss Tupler of station BM. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND ii OOST i; u s DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 Need Help in a Hurry?-&H A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonal 9-5317 — 9-P27 51 N. 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*"*.'*, ^&i^ay9ia-yJ-si FRIDAY, JANUARY PAGE FO URTEEN Unveiling Sunday For War Veteran Killed In Action A ceremony of :rr.e: Jewish c immunity will place Sunday at eleven jclock when a monument I of Robert L. Blu Mi and Mrs. Sal nthal. will be unvei ed I Zwitman will ices. Robert, who was service of his many in 1945 n returned I %  %  The .:.ription Monu %  •' L. Blumentha) while s r ing February 2 • A an 1 :• : %  %  1948 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY AITO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 ORTHODOX Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th av.. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Frid p.m. 1 services : : %  %  •• '' 5 S school K %  • Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: Cantor Louis J. Feder. t8.3 %  %  • r .;. %  I %  Strangers.' %  K %  a Twersl : I Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. 1101 b.w 12th ave Rabbi Simon Apr%  S Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beacr.%  Jcseph E. Backowky• %  CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Ra5bi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late 1 (e. • %  : edicati %  V : '. Mrs J ol : i %  : i t Club S vening serv.ee at : 'TH"^ 1 Mthe ,. Judaism. At the rning services he ,... w,l. become Bar Juni C-.nnrelation at • BBG Youth service Sunday morning at i.,v 330 to 6.30 iunda school 10 am til ... Kindergarten school through Friday mornI t2 noon.. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th it Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. evening services 8:15; A Zwitman con, Orovitz, past presi., mple, will speak \ ;., y to Europe and \ reception will fol:, direction of Mrs. Mor,ck and Mrs. Maurice Mrs Max Orovitz will S ibbath candles. The •. ill meet Saturday Refform Judaism" 1 under discussion. v morning servThe Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk st., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. services Rabbi isted by choir, t thi service and will "The I'niqueness of and Mrs Herbert the Oneg • Satu '.mg servII sts for the SatK i Mr, and Mrs. nan Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdala. Rabbi David Raab. Edi und I Kaufman, of Washipeak al Friday eveDebbs Chapter Active Plans for the installation 0( new members of the Debbs Cha ter, B'nai B'rith Young W will be discussed at a me e lin of the group February 4th. at j p.m. at the Miami "Y." The stallatton will be held at Huyfcr' Restaurant on the nth 0 f Feb. ruary. Members are asked |A bring materials ioi the fi'iu B'rith project to Wednesday', regular meeting. Charlotte Sand ler. publicity chairman, a ] nounced that a social is be ln planned for February 2lst but that the Valentine party pij,,, have been cancelled. Furniture Needed! An appeal has been made by the Daughters of Israel for furni. ture to be used at the ritualariun. 151 Michigan Ave Those desiring to donate furniture wkich has outlived its usefulness to the owners, may call 5-3959. Mrs Samuel Grundwerg, organise* worker, announces that th donations are urgently needed. ning services, which will be conducted by Rabbi David A Raab. A reception will follow. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 41M Chase eveMiami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samial Kiltmer. Friday evening service at 815. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "I Accuse." Satu: day mornini service at 10:45. Cantor Kelemo will chant musical portions it all services. .Sunday school it 9:45 a.m. for children from the ages of 44 to 14'. High school of Jewish studies, Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. for young peoplt 15 years of age and over. Classo alternate weekday afternooDH boys and girls from '.he ages


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UDAY. JANUARY 30, 1948 +Jenl$ti fhre ft tr PAGE THREE HAS Banquet it Victor Tuesday |T1K tenth annual banquet of I .will be held at the Victor I Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. The X will be sponsored by the Copies' Tourist Committee, of 1 roseph L. Tepper is chair[.<„ j( isl and hostess at the din'. w iH bo Mr. and Mrs. Louis J Ailh Rabbi Max Shapiro L toastmaster. Among nng the assembly will ,1 ,. Rabbis Moses Mescheloff. L n Kronish and Colman A. | v Cantors Samuel KelemQ iringer and Mamches will %  pate. A musical prot! i| be a feature of the eveInj.' Speaking briefly will be I iwitz, director of the L S I n ranch of HIAS. Letters To The Editor Miami A/A Elects E Siegel, reporter for the (' \/.A Chapter 322, anthat at the January I of the organization the I -late of officers was L, Richard Pallot, president; f, .. vice-president; Ber] Datz, treasurer; Martin dietary; Herb Hirsch, %  at-arms; Morris Levitt, per: Eddie Siegel ,reMurray Shear, parlial They will occupy their tj mtil June. |Thc nnual AZA Sweetheart L] ven by the group will I at the Robert Richter Totel. March 20th. The social h if the chapter, headed in Eisenstadt and Henry I is working out plans for \). including the crowning ./.A Sweetheart. January 27, 1948 Dear Editor: May I ask for brief space in your columns to comment on the vitriolic and abusive letter of one who signs himself with the honored title of Rabbi, that should symbolize humility, understanding and the utmost of toleration. I refer, of course, to the document by Rabbi Max Shapiro which occupies several columns of your publication of January 9th. I will not undertake to deal with his innuendoes, name-calling and abuse. They speak for themselves. Perhaps a thoughtful reader may, however, regard that ivpe of communication as not without significance. A good cause dees not needssuch methods. Apparently your writer protests because we of the American Council for Judaism make the simple and truthful statement that the Jewish Agency does not speak for us and cannot in the nature of things speak for the Jews of America, since all of us Americans—without distinctionhave our spokesmen and representatives at the U. N. in the official United States Delegation. Unless the Rabbi is willing to defend publicly the contention that an individual can have tu>o national representatives at the U. N., he must agree that our position—and our challenges—are sound. It is gratifying to have the Rabbi say that a commonwealth in Palestine will be based on the Jews and Arabs who wul hve in and be citizens of that country. That is as it should be. If the Rabbi pays more than lip service to that, he should join us in the related contention that it is not the commonwealth of Jews and Arabs (or any others) who do not live in that community. Cordially, BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON. has in its midst a man who will stand up and proclaim to all what he believes right. His courageous spirit is a credit to Jews all over the world. May God give him health and strength to reach iho goal for which ho is fighting. Sincerely, ABRAHAM KASOW 551 N.E. 69th St. Miami. Dear Editor: Please allow me to comment on the letter of Rabbi Shapiro in your issue of January 9th. I heartily agree with every word written by Rabbi Shapiro. But who are the Bronstons and the others? Who are these self appointed leaders in Judea? From where do they come? What is their local and national records? What have they accomplished except by making monetary contributions to some local or national organization? Whygive these renegades honor by allowing them to become leaders of local Jewish Congregations? But ... it is not their fault. The fault lies with our Rabbis and other leaders who have been reluctant for a long time in closing their eyes to some of the conditions. I say there is no room for these self appointed leaders in our midst as their donations are tainted with the blood and suffering of our Jewish people. They have not learned anything from history. Some of the pro-Hitler German Jews also believed that they are Germans of Moses' belief. However they must believe ;hat their worldly possessions give them the right to do what they are doing. P. SCHEINBERG. 420 N.W. 44th Ave. Miami, Florida. Hebrew School Forms PTA Group The newly organized parentteachers association of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will hold a meeting Monday evening at 8:30 in the school building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs. Michael Blank is chairman of the group with Mrs. Ralph Bargteil serving as secretary. The Mesdames Ellis Golden, Sam Schulwolf, Abbey Rosenthal, Wallie Steinberg, Arthur Altschuler, and Irving Jacobson will assist Mrs. Blank in formulating the program for the organization. On Wednesday evening a regular meeting of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will be held at the building at 8:30. Plans for the 1948 Purim Ball, which has been set for March 21st, will be discussed, it has been announced by Max Apfelbaum, chairman of the affair. Assisting Mr. Apfelbaum will be Mrs. Herbert Feldan, in charge of tickets; Mrs. Max Jacobskind, entertainment; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, Annual Purim Journal; Herbert Feldan, music; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff and Tea and Cards for Center Sisterhood A Membership Tea and card party will be given Monday at 1:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Jasie, 4233 Alton Road, by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Guests are requested to bring cards and Mah Jongg sets. Each member is asked to bring a new member as the price of admission. Mrs. Arthur Klein, membership chairman, will be assisted by her committee, consisting of Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs. Clarence Cohn, Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. Nat Hankoff, Mrs. Phil Abrams, Mrs. Samuel Weisen, Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, Mrs. Joseph Berman and Mrs. Samuel Lipton. Mrs. Seymour Rubin, 5525 La Gorce Drive, entertained the Sisterhood at a board meeting Tuesday. Plans were discussed for a gala Purim affair, to be held March 22nd. 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PAGE TEN Between You and Me' 9 By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3p, lh> mm Dr. Max : %  %  • v ~ n DOMESTIC MOODS: Some of %  • %  %  tioi tempting lish what Pent idicated %  I %  tl a iM5 • %  s an "O a soldi" nd I %  • aders that the World Ration should not ...„,, after the esi the Jewish State Lent of he World will Organiiation therefore small role, even ,, but f the World Federation ol Jewish %  uses ti-Semii the l i ["he Nevi %  Miami Beach Leaders Serve Red Cross Api i Si :: %  .-. ;. : ( r board ot iod the at Harvai • %  '. ; %  %  %  %  Qui %  %  .... • n '.'':. :. I .•a? the first of! %  at assistai %  • %  fl • %  • mi ... But i n cultun tinctivel ART NOTES: he i previou a hund inuing n • ifflict eat C what ; SAV1 D %  SAV1 liver nat : reachi propt ..11 yi u i an spare sim] Ij March of D. .-.i. t) Ai %  titutioi %  %  luskit 11 • %  the J Tl. I by I the annh I his 60th thdaj %  • vening %  i: acton nd • : • ; ent • %  Mes. : I Id not be t New Y | %  personal .-.. I Guskin Thi N( I Rabbis went out ,,[ its ndorse the Yiddish t< r "as a splendid vein emulation "f J' • ippn play "Sl.\ I k and His %  thi Art %  Ibn rill not bea member A ,he Jewish State ction, it insigmfiDt S Iver .snow visit%  I •' h „f the Jewish itive • • not as a General the head of the Beaeh HadaHa Q See Movies The contrast under the Nazis FACTS AND PROPAGANDA: Inti : -". .. States in "1000 / blished B 'in & Gaer .' Otherwis" t tl Quoting %  li • I ASH£S AND EIRE: ,.,. ; • r ature on the annihilain Poland during the pation and on life alter n has been enriched and interesting book lt i8 j a b Pat's "Ashes and i by International The 250, actually a col: short stories, all of factual basis i all the books published so • extermination of Jews and survival after .:. this is the best ... It ... "march of time" which Polish Jewry has gone through, concentration camps, ghetto resistance, ins fighting in the woods, n in underground work, iction of Jewish communimd also "the return home" .,11 number of survivors ... In "Ashes and Fire," the out very vividly the life of the Jews in Poland who haven't forgotten the They will ily never forget it. but trying hard to rehabilitate themselves on farms, in the of Silesia, in cooperative shops in Lodz and wherever can • The psychology of I e who have faced death and are now undergoing a process of returning to life is extremely well .ted by the author The book is valuable and interesting nly because the author is a : writer, but also because of ickground He knew intimately the life of the Jews in id before the war, he watched it during the war, and the first American writer to Poland after the country ated, uf J Jwiih M and life in fci estlne today was depicted in jL film "Do You Hear Me?" wh J was shown at a meeting 0 f th, Miami Beach Group of Hada** Monday at the Flamingo Thej^ Disucssing "What It Means I be a Member of Hadassah" v Anna Brenner Meyers wasprS pal speaker. Rev. Samuel Mal! sky and his choir, known > "Singers of Israel." present several Hebrew chants. Chapter To Be Named A name will be given to taj newly organized B'nai ErA Girls Chapter Thursday e^niM at 8 o'clock, when the group m^J at the home of Miss Judy Krasky, 4953 Delaware Ave. Ifo Irving Lehrman will install tin following officers Diane Ede). stein, president: Edith Rood, vice president; Joyce Brucb* recording secretary Fay Brodsty corresponding secretary; fey Klein, treasurer; June Zimnwman, historian: Shiela Warhastk reporter; Judy Krensky, BBYQ representative. On the social sidj of the evening will be music ml ballet by a group member. ZIONIST MOODS: econon ... • e g ti ti '• ested %  • ; • tioi 2f T13GUST BROS RV £ 0 RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD I % %  lent stock! non-fii The valui sidizing tl Sent files lettei %  v< that "the old $1,200 a ; %  < ..: %  want 1 Hit ade" t \v. ..:. ton "the Jewish threat is a The i torials to 1,300 papers urgii j return to American p lie reveals .The book I with a chapter giving the full Cantor Repeats Concert ''.: %  '•: %  a successful service at Jacob synagogue last Cantor Sholom Katz, formuef cantor of Kishenev and antor in the largest 11 in Washington, will 1 program Sunday at Beth Jacob. Other M" 11 "ti the pro-f h will be opened with the J ehant of the •• rvi e Tickets are available at the Beth Jacob office. Child's Rescue Fund Benefits From Affair The Child's Rescue Fund w] I receive all proceids from till oard party to be held at Bea David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., & | day at 8 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Kreifet, | chairman of the fund for Club 1 of the Pioneer Women, will k I hostess, assisted by Mrs. Barbui Greenberg, Mrs. Sarah Rothstto, and Isidor Schwartz. RefresVj iiunts will be served. The affai will be open to the public. Films For Hollywood Two new documentary filst "Linked in Freedom's Cause" d "Boundary Line" will be sbo| to the Jewish Community Cwtft Hollywood, Monday evening, following a general meeting of til congregation. Commentary on* | motion pictures will he madeb! Qilbert Balkin, assistant directs I of the Anti-Defamation I/W or Florida. The meeting will k! open to members, their famtt and friends. %  • %  l S %  • loven ening of the J, ng all CAMP OSCEOLA TWO SEPARATE CAMPS FOR JEWISH CHILDREN (est. 192-1) FOR GIRLS on Mills River Horse Shoe, N. C. 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