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The Jewish Floridian ( February 6, 1948 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY V0LUM E 21-NUMBER 6 U J A Leaded Schedule Campaign Report Meeting The first report meeting for all workers enrolled in all divisions of the UA campaign other than the metropolitan unit will lake place next Wednesday night (February 11) at Federation quarters. Reports of campaign progress will be submitted by Sam Blank and Max Orovitz, co-chairmen of the initial gift unit; Abraham Goodman and Wm. D. Singer, co-chairmen of the special assignment unit; Jack Ab-'S %  1 H-nai It i ilI. Votes Against Assembly MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1948 PRICE: TEN CENTS UN Commission Requests Support in Palestine Strife Phillips, co-chairman of the winter residents unit; Stanley C. Meyers; E. Max Goldstein and Herbert Scher, co-chairmen of the trades unit; Marcie Liberman, frying Fankel, Joseph Gardner and Sam Lachman, co-chairmen of tin hotel division; Fred Grossberg, chairman of the young adult unit; Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. S. C. Myers, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Mrs. Joseph Rose, co-chairmen of the women's gift unit and Abe Cannes, chairman of the youth unit. Other campaign meetings scheduled for the week are the following: Sunday—Rabbi Irving S. Lehrman will address a brunch of the hotel division at 10:30 a.m. at the White House Hotel. Harry Simonhoff will be the principal speaker at a meeting of physicians to be held at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. Leonard Jacobson. Monday—The winter residents division, under the co-chairmanship of Jac Albin, Jack Dubinsky and David Phillips will hold an organizational meeting at the home of Jack Ablin at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Fanny Barzilai, who is here on a speaking tour for the United Jewish Appeal, will address the newly formed Young Adult Division at its organizational meeting at Federation quarters at 8:30 p.m. Fred Grossberg is chairman of this division. Tuesday—Harry Simonhoff will address a dinner meeting of the furniture division to be held at 6:30 at the home of Sam Lipton, who, with George Wolpert, is co-chairman of the division. Wednesday—A women's division workers meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Abraham Goodman, chairman at 1:30 (Continued n Page 4) CJA Announces Formation Of eakers Bureau Formation of a Speakers Bureau for the 1948 Combined Jew%  sh Appeal was announced yesterday by Joseph R. Stein, campaign chairmen. Named as cochairman of the bureau are Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Dorothy Fink The Speakers Bureau plans an extensive program of coverage of a meetings of local Jewish orB&nizations. At these meetings members of the bureau will present the story of the 1948 camP a 'gn, outline its objectives and ma ke a plea for volunteer workers, as well as for the cooperaon of the entire community. Mrs Dobrin and Mrs. Fink, in a joint statement issued yesterday, urged that anyone who feels pipped to serve on the Speakers Bureau should volunteer ^rvices in this capacity. Materials ar >d information have been assembled to aid the speakers in (Continued on Page 4) WASHINGTON, (JTA)—A USman special B'nai B'rith committee this week unanimously voted against joining the American Jewish Assembly, off shoot at the American Jewish Conference In a two-day closed meeting here, the committee, which was established at the B'nai B'rith Supreme Lodge Convention last May, decided that the plan to organize a permanent American Jewish Assembly would postpone rather than achieve "a substantial unity" of Jewish organizations. A resolution adopted without dissent pointed out the lack of agreement among major national Jewish organizations regarding an Assembly and emphasized that B'nai B'rith's decision does not diminish "its traditional commitment to the ideal of unity in American Israel." The resolution expressed hope for some basis of agreement among Jewish agencies "on a consultative body that will provide the outlet for common action in the interest of Jewry. The B'nai B'rith," it concluded, "is determined to continue its search with all who share this view for a means that will achieve this end." Senators Confer On Palestine WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A! delegation of Senators is being formed to take up the question of Palestine on the highest Administration levels, it was learned here, following a meeting of 70 Senators and Representatives with Dr. Emanuel Neuman, president of the Zionist Organization of America. There is reason to believe that the Palestine question will be discussed in the near future at a meeting of the Cabinet, Dr. Neumann said. Dr. Neumann reiterated his warning to the Senators and Congressmen that the situation in Palestine would deteriorate further if it is not firmly checked now. LAKE SUCCESS, OTA)—The United Nations Palestine Commission, which is charged with the implementation of the partition decision of the General Assembly, this week submitted its first monthly report to the Security Council, making it clear that the Council will have to back the authority of the Commission with "adequate means" if the U.N.. decision is to be enforced. Pointing out that the Palestine are made available to the Commision for the exercise of its ausecurity position has declined steadily and that there is increasing deterioration in the civil administration, the fifteen-page report says: "All information thus far available to the Commission leads to the conclusion that the situation in Palestine as regards both security and civil authority is more likely to worsen than to improve. The Commission envisages the possibility of a collapse of security and administrative services on the termination of the Mandate unless adequate means Sp Hotel Men Pledge $100,000 To UJA Members of the hotel industry of Greater Miami at a buffet supper at the Lord Tarleton given by Pa and the Jacobs Family last Wednesday night, set the pace for the other units in the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal by pledging a total of over $100,000 toward the industry's quota of $500,000. Marcie Liberman. Mayor of Miami Beach and chairman of the hotel division, presided. The guests were welcomed by Al Jacobs. Speakers were Sam Blank, cochairman of the initial gifts unit; Harold Goldenberg, of Minneapolis, national UJA co-chairman of trade and industry; and Sam Rothberg. of Peoria. Illinois, national UJA initial gifts chairman. Co-chairmen with Mr. Liberman of the hotel division are Irving Frankel, Sam Lachman and Joseph Gardner. Guests at the affair included Arthur Adler. Abe Allcnberg. Charles Cohen. Harry CornWum. Harry Dinnerstein. Major Ede son, Leon Ell, Jack Bsterkes^SU Birnbaum, Joe Fenias. Irv.ng Frankel. George Goldberg; S A. Goodman, Jennie Grossinger Abe Halperin, Abraham Hyman Ralph LaXman.DaveLevinson.Mauncc ..:_ „rrv Maurer, Berth. Levin Murray Maure Jack Muravchick. TbSurss Malamut, Marcie 1 David Porvin, Hiram Robinson. Leo Robinson Joseph Rose. Louis Koren Han* Koretzsky. Morris Schwartz. *£ liam Silverste.n. Harry S.mberg Ed Singer. Harry f'** rv,ng Weinberg and Paul Zerler. News Briefs .\jjji'in'v Mobilizes Jewish Leaders NEW YORK, (JTA)—Jewish Agency spokesmen indicated here that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who was originally scheduled to leave England for Palestine, has been urged by Agency headquarters here to change his plans and proceed immediately to New York because of the serious turn of events which has taken place in this country regarding developments in Palestine. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver was summoned to return from Palestine at once for the same reason. Dr. Weizmann is expected to arrive in New York this week. Dr. Silver may arrive earlier by plane. One of the reasons for the intensified mobilization of top Zionist leaders in this country is the fact that some afficials in Washington seem to be determined to undermine the carrying out of the United Nations partition decision. Czech Jews t-iven Voting Rights PRAGUE, (JTA)—Jews resident in Czechoslovakia in 1930 who declared themselves of Jewish nationality in that year's census will be entitled to register and vote in the coming elections, it was announced here. Other persons who did not register as either of Czech or Slovak nationality in 1930 will not be entitled to vote, the announcement said. Ilouniania Permits .1IM Expansion BUCHAREST. (JTA)--An agreement which will enable the Joint Distribution Committee to increase and expand its relief and reconstruction activities in Rumania was reached here this week-end between Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, J.D.C. European director, and government officials. Dr. Schwartz reported that as a result of the agreement all J.D.C. supplies will henceforth be admitted into the country duty-free. Arrangements were also made regarding the transmission of J.D.C. fund s into Rumania. Britain Kejeets Palestine Militia LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The British Government this week notified the United Nations that recruitment of an armed militia will not be allowed in Palestine prior to the termination of the Mandate Preoaratorv measures for the establishment of the militia would similarly be prohibited, except those compatible with previous statements of P olK-v made by British representatives before the United Nations Alexander Cadogan, head of the British delegation of the nN also served notice on the members of the Implementation Commission, warning them that they cannot enter Palestine prior to two weeks before the termin ation of the Manda te. Itclief Agencies Laek Coordination WASHINGTON. (JTA) Greater coordination of the activities # voluntary relief organizations in the United States which are raising funds for aid abroad was urged by the House Foreign Affairs Sub-Comm>ttee on Displ aced Persons in a r eport issued this week. Truman Urges Halt off Prejudice WASHINGTON, (JTA)—President Truman this week sent to Ponarcls a special message on civU rights in which he emphasized h."S for legislation to create a Fair Employment Practices Comtne ntia iui u-e f th Just ce Department's S*tion on dvu'rtgh ^ to a"d ','u'n headed by an Assistant Attorney-General. Th,. President also called on Congress to equalize the opportunities ?nr resfdents of te United States to become naturalized, citizens. A Lnff of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are being given speAS r H trainmi! so that they may render more effective service in thfintstfgaUoli of Federal Civil Rights abuses, Mr. Truman revealed. %  Visaless Jews Deported To r vnrcss Two hundred and eight visaless Jewish immigrants apprehended il* £.J! runner off the Palestine coast were this week deported "";! fiSn ', BriUsh, deportation ferry. The British boarding party t0 J?Z res stance s it look control of the refugee vessel named the met no r £ sls *? n „ h ". of 35 Haganah members who died in an Arab "Thnty-Frre l? !" !" ^ *"^ middle of last month. The transambush, near K.fa. Ttzion in e ^.^ ^ ^ tadfcnt shipment m Ha a ai ed to have embarked at an Italian port, BMSHSKE sTwonien and 12 children in their early teens. thority." The Commission is now devoting "most serious attention" to the various aspects of the security problem, with particular reference to the possible need for an international force to be sent to Palestine, the report reveals. "This matter will be the subject of a special report to the Security Council," the document says. The report virtually charges the British Government with unwillingness to cooperate in the carrying out of the U.N. decision. It emphasizes the fact that the British rejected the U.N. recommendation that a port for Jewish immigration be opened by February 1st in the Jewish area of Palestine and cites other instances of British non-cooperation. The Commission objects especially to the British insistence that its members should not enter Palestine until two weeks before the termination of the Palestine Mandate. Making it clear that the Commission's presence in Palestine is urgent for the successful accomplishment of its mission, the report declares that it "does not find satisfactory, the suggestion that the Commission should not come to Palestine until approximately a fortnight before the termination of the Mandate." On the other hand, the report credits the Jewish Agency with cooperating in the implementation of the U.N. decision. At the same time, it points up the continued Arab refusal to join in the preparations for Arab statehood and promises to devote a future report to the Commission's analysis of the "implications of this refusal." In reference to the future activities of the Commission, the report emphasizes that its work of delimiting boundaries, preparations to ensure the continuity of essential public services, selection and activation of Provisional Councils of Government, creation of an armed militia and negotiations relating to an Economic Union "can be effectively undertaken only when the Commission is present in Palestine." It also stressed that in view of the highly technical nature of the problems involved in implementing the U.N. decision and the limited time available to the Commission, the "Commission attaches the greatest importance to the progress of its negotiations with the Mandatory Power." On the economic aspects of the problem, the report states that a preliminary study of these aspects has been made, that it has taken steps toward the appointment of a Preparatory Economic Commission and that it has outlined a number of problems which must be dealt with. 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mmmmmgfm^^m PAGE TWO Dade Chest Campaign Underway; Additional Volunteers Needed Although more than 2.000 volunteer workers are combing every section of Dude County in the 1948 campaign of the Community Chest, more men and women solicitors are needed if the goal of S848.597 is to b tained. according to O. C. C drive chairman. The campaign is slated to wind up J'eb. 17. but Corbin is optimistic over enthusiasm displayed in the first week's activity. "Our organization is click he said. "If we have sufficienl workers on the job throughoul the county, there's no question but what we shall attain the goal needed to provide fun I the operation of our 21 lied Feather services." The first report meeting was set for Friday, Feb. 6. Others are slated for Tuesday. Feb. 10; Friday, Feb. 13 and : 17." Mi re than 200 | all sections of the counl • d th "K evening at Hu and heard C. S rectoi of mai k< nometric Institute, N< '* %  %  %  City. !' iwn pulled no pur.. | the Communil Dadi county. He ailed ipp unity Chesl i %  conscience. ••Do you liave a c immunit> here n I'. %  not. I cam lam about 1 And tl '. • i ninimum that further par : f,.r the 21 Red Feather s< financed through the Community Chesl would bt near-disa "How can you cut anj di i n inquired. "To reduci %  %  eans ply tiiat fewer people can ate health service 'I' i neans er b >ys and have a chance to V I' 1 "' under con rship. Cut the budge) ami you cut servici Annual BBYO Night At Sholcm Meeting s lannual BBYl i i S B'nai B'l th, I. at Tl Ti 'i j iu1 :,, d in der tl H ; Direcl : Highligh %  Justici %  B P H Ar. : I ZA No h. P A pri; ^%  YOU WON'T STOP LAUGHING! Hear such side-splitting comedians as Myron Cohen Menasha Skulnik Michel Rosenberg any time you want to! We have a complete assortment of BANNER RECORDS featuring these and other outstanding artists comic, dramatic, cantorial, vocal— such BANNER RECORD stars as Molly Picon Moishe Oysher Maurice Schwartz Bagelman Sisters Seymour Rechtzeit Miriam Kressyn and other favorites! Remember: If it's a BANNER it's RECORD entertainment! • SEMINOLE Record Distributors 1360 N.E. 1st Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA Telephone: 3-7492 A rei nominat%  %  i in 1948-1949. 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Means of administering the opn to be worked out. Danny would like to have it i .. the countrj on a • than have %  in cil : bene%  • if iueh mi d Specialists in even Meld of employed by the Dade County Chapter of the al Foundation for Infant! e tr ea1 children a vrouR ch,i; those Of other gOOd i maintained by er at Jackson Memorial necessary to hapter H •'"'"> 1S I tution of pre. this nous, of mercy. Take a little from thai you have saved for a rainy daj and mail NOW %  • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1949 Moscow Art Players At Emanon Meeting Members of the Emanon club of the Miami YM & WHA will be entertained by the Moscow Art Players following their regular business meeting Wednesday evening at 8:15 V-m. at the Miami Y building. Under the direction of Nat Etkins and Victor Rutansky, cochairmen of the social committee, the players have arranged two one-act humorous plays. CLEANERS Phone 9-1155 ACE EITC 26 S W. 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MDAY. FEBRUARYS, 1948 +Jewish Fhrldfan PAGE THREE etters To The £ three pi 1S f h StlM trgun Zwal Leum., **S££* fund, on Miam, (11 hterrorist organ.za%  \ s that some wellMitouristt and even local fe£a" taken in by their HfrLd actually making teSbuu...... under the misapKnu.i that their money is fc£T" 'table and re•iblc %  %  %  underground our attention claiming to General Eisenhower was named commander of all American, British and Allied forces, numbering about fifteen million. But the Jewish forces in Palestine, numbering less than one hundred thousand, have to be divided in three separate commands, obstructing each other. Respectfully yours, HARRY SIMONHOFF. bonsiu Uy in Pal '''' to the the Having Iretz brael, believe it is important I. fv the (infusion that exis trtaii as t0 "jltimate %  "'•' mlllt,a ,n Bolv Land j US t returned from I wish to state the military dJrecogmz. I by the Yshub is 'Hagaxa and not the Irgun. neHagV" ; tne batkin S and tawipporl %  the Jewish Agency, L World %  !list Organization .j t h c 11. i., hut, which is the Krti-erful I group in Eretz Israel Its •' %  'ngth, as far as I ttuld gath. is from 60,000 to nun and women. The Haw jll bi i authorized milithe Jewish State Dear Editor: Would you please allow me the .•pportunity to express my personal views on a subject that has bothered me for a long time, 1 have recently heard that Halutzim in Palestine work not only on .he Shabbos, but work and eat on Yom Kippur. This sacrilegious news of our homeland made me wonder of Zionism. Zionism. Zionism? What has Zionism obtained for the Jewish people? A State! A State, yes, but is it in the name of G-d? Two thousand years ago we had a Jewish State. It was destroyed. Why? Lack of Torah! After the Babylonian conquest we had a Jewish State. It also was destroyed. Why? Lack of Torah: And today we will again have a Jewish State, but it will never succeed unless it is built upon the principles of our Torah. The .vay we are going now this is llmost impossible, because not inly must the State be by Torah, who operate on I >ut the Jewish people must live by the Torah. I believe that if every Zionist. nstead


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PAGE FOUR *Jewlst>ncrktian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1948 EDITORIAL WiSE PHILANTHROPY Both our friends and out enemies have admitted with admiration of thi formei and with resentment on the part of the lattei that lews do tee', a d rton to care for the less fortunate in theii midsl ["he phrase, "We take care of oui own is a maxim adhered to by all Jews Because oi the uctance on the part of out people to refuse am %  •'•=?'. %  : e may serve to benefit ellow-Jewi considerable confus on and ses icalion of effort was foi many years permitted and even encouraged -. : s condition e.-s in U Bar ago orgar.i: ~ %  *•' a lo co-ore a this are seas Th s eirorts has met with ; .; •: there j .. me s ed* your poor, I four > %  _-'.; t I "-. •' yearning to breathe fat) "/"• %  ; -. %  f • i"-' vfyour tee* ng %  here '-: %  homeless,te* •"• %  Tost to mC %  : lift "my (^TP beiiJe the oo/de* door! i \i~:-::. ;: 2t :.::v.-: ^discriminate charitci i -: :.to relieve. Greatei Mian rton .s orgc serve the Jewish co: Utilize .: wraely sc thai oui colle cti\ re s : results foi l the needs :: ;_people. DR. KAPLAN'S "SPARKST v., ..;._ >unce the publical :: DJ Jacob H Kaplan's Sparks From a Mental A book some one said .s not r.-.easured %  length ;: time .t takes to undersl This book contains whole chapters in Bingle s .': .s i %  ... suggestive tl rted to make the reader step and .. It is his at humanity, and that means will begin to reconstruct our religion, 3Ui tent our economics, our soc.al be:: tc fit tomic ore into which we -;e now entering. 7: Kaplan 7 Emeritus of Temple Israel, the community well. The venerable gent ten of himself to is fellowman deserves a welcome is publication which Dr. Kaplan rs amonc oincj achievements of sis careei JEWISH MVSiC Those forces in our Jewish community w u I want to promote the best music and, in particula, those who are striving with might and main to cultivate an indigenous Jewish culture in ,-J country are hailing the coming of Jewish Musk; Festival, which being observed nationally and internationally from January 24th to February 22nd, under the auspices of the National Jewish Music Council. This fourth annual celebration, conducted by the Council, which is sponsored by the National lewish Welfare Board, aims to "encouraqe in. terest and participation in Jewish music activities I on a community basis." It is safe to assert that not since the Music Festival in 1944 has the interest and.| sponse of JWB, afffiliated Jewish Community Centers, and Synagogue Council of America, and Jewish fraternal and cultural groups been sol keen. To meet this interest, the Jewish Music Council has dispatched widely hundreds of posters, bibliographies, lectures and sundry aids lor I the guidance of celebrants. It is of course a souiojl of great satisfaction to the Music Council thatl nationally celebrated symphoniesthe New York I Philharmonic, the Rochester, and others, as weUl as radio networks—have announced their in.| tention to participateLocally the cantors have united and formed! a Cantors association. A Jewish Music Council has been organized for the purpose ot fostering! the study and appreciation of Jewish music. The! council is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewiikl Education, the Miami and Miami Beach YMHAiJ in addition to the cantors association. Both arc are planning an active musical education gram not only for this period but for the entnl year. This is well worth noting. The Jewish Music Festival is so far as gives an impetus to the performance of the fins in Jewish music has the effect of raising general cultural level of the American Jew community. I'OMMI'MTY CHEST Convincing our residents of the value of l Community Chest should be unnecessary. annual campaign for Chest contributions is und way. Volunteers are soliciting pledges toward < goal of S848.597, which has been established' the minimum budget for the 21 Chest-supports services in the local community. Among many responsibilitis as citizens, the Chest ra as a major one. Respond when called upon! I CJA Creates Xew Cardiac Plans Speakers llurrau Laneheon %  v. Be; ; : -. ..Cobbs Orange Drink Malavsky Family Choir In Concert Available To Public Thursday For Jewish Community Cent and Cantor Malavsky and his oldal ted daughters are all Victor arW ers Bu E. N! v %  •• I :-. First Report Meetings Planned For UJA %  i I the Chairmen for the co cer ( ^ /ice and Mrs Bertram Thorpe. %  *" %  ince lie] Weissen. and %  vlr5 :„ -• .n Rogers. Tickets may be o St. Lou at the Center. Kronuh. L. Mrs S I is crops We Vitamin.' to meet 1 +Jeirtryri<1iar> Published every tince ry Th.~jewi.~h Floridi*"^,,, %  l0 '---j u iy' matter I %  = s :-: -. ... I s r %  Robert Case Bar Mitzva n f Mrs L at 1 :.. not s.W • d im have Sixth Street. Miami tered a. •• e > n *e ,, r l. ( V'*"'f "'JS 1930. at the Po.t Office j ,p Fla.. under the Act of Marc Th. Jewi.h Florldian hat j_J *• Jewi.h Ur.it j>Tj Weekly. Member of the •" f „t, gency. H^JJSt "worldw.de JJ | Editorial Assad ton. ie iation of ="".,£ ... The secc I the Sout I. R. Shapolf. cond annual meeting h East Region of the Joint Distribution Committee.. major American agency aiding h.ld e r d /' WS ^ r0 d WUI *" held Sunday. February 15. Weekly. Member of the graphic Afleney. Seven Syndicate. 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FRIDAYFEBRUARY 6. 1948 *Jewist> fhrkOoui PAGE FIVE Mrs. Pont Announces Engagements of Daughter and Son Dorothy Goldstein Plights Troth Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein of 5828 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Rae, to Lt. Walter Elliot Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Berman of Chicago, Illinois. Miss Goldstein was graduated from Miami Beach High School and is now a graduating senior at Northwestern University. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Lieutenant Berman attended the University of Illinois Pie-Medical and Medical Schools, interned at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago, and is now a Flight Surgeon at MeClellan Field in Sacramento. California. He is a member of Phi Delta Eta fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Goldstein Miss Dolly Pont Mrs Sadie Pont of 2611 S.W. 5th Ave. announced this week the engagements of both her daughter. Dolly, and her son, Harold. Miss Pont who has set her wedding dale for April 4. was betrothed to Dave Horn, son of Mrs. Rose fjlickset and the late Benjamin Horn of St. Louis Mo., and Denver, Colo. Pont's bride-to-be is Miss Helen Zalkin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin, Charleston, S.C. Miss Helen Zalkin A long-time resident of Miami, Miss Pont was graduated from Miami Senior High school and attended Southern Business College. She is past president of Emma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Her finance was educated in schools in St. Louis. Harold Pont, co-owner of the Rosedale delicatessen, is a graduate of Miami Senior High. Miss Zalkin received her schooling in Charleston. Mescheloff Address Mizrachi "Women's Group A fund-raising dinner for the Women's Mizrachi organization was held February 1 at the home of Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom. 1820 S.W. Gth St. Proceeds from the evening will be used for the Mizrachi child restoration work. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was guest speaker and Mrs. Emanucl Karger, toastmistress. Cantors Abraham Behrman and Maurice Mamches led the group in singing and Mrs. Ted Landesman gave a dramatic reading. Golden Age Club I Installs Officers Mire than 300 members attendIjd the first installation banquet W the Golden Age Friendship lt;b of the Miami YM & YWIIA fit Sunday. February 1. Leon Kaplan, president of the [Miami YM & YWHA installed the following officers: president. Isaac Englander; 1st vice president. Frank Weinstem; 2nd vici president. Mrs. Louis Levitt: secretary. Mrs. Gus Ginsberg; I treasure!. Mrs. Paul Raff. Ben Essen, vice president of ["the"Y" and chairman of the Adult Activities Committee, delivered the main address. Mr. i Englandc: responded for all elected officers, Included in the program were musical selections and humorous readings. Meetings are held every Sunday at 3 p m. at the Y. %. SunsAuu %UmMU Set of 10 gorgeous tropical Flower Prints >i .50 jet of ten fiorida flowers reproduced m all their brilliant glory and specially packaged for ""mediate mailinq to your Whern friends! Each print caught the full bloom of Epical flower in its own | lch colors. All are suitable 01 Naming. Select a packy of ten prints and mail m ^ay tomorrow. %  urdi "''. Mi, mi Qift Sh0|k Scond Floor Workers Alliance Cultural Program Set For Feb. 29 Jewish National Workers Alliancehas scheduled a concert of European artists with comedy, music and drama, for Sunday. February 29 at 8 p.m. It will be held in the auditorium of Miami Beach High school. Diama Blumenfeld, dramatic star from the prewar stage and screen in Poland: Jonas Turkow. outstanding dramatist; Jedidio Epstein, famous opera star, highlight the program along with Al Harris, popular Jewish humorist, and Max Lubetsky, composerpjpnlst., Tickets may be purchased for $1.73 from any member of tin Verband or by contacting the chairman, J. P. Tanat 541 -Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, phone 58-8441. Miami Congress Women Plan Valentine Luncheon A Valentine luncheon will be held by the Miami chapter. Florida Women's division ol American Jewish Congress. Wednesday, at 12:30 in the Antilla hotel. 1108 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Mrs. A. A. Hayden, chairman ,if the affair, has planned cards to follow the luncheon. She is being assisted with arrangements by Mrs. David Rabinowitz. and Mrs. Ben Grossman. 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PAGE SUC Flag Presentation At Hebrew Academy Dedidcati in exi rcis s f the Hebrew Academy will take place February 15 in the academy 91 S %  SI Si I and county cated thej Dade County Fair Under Shrine Auspices Ten s ilid ... i weall +Jmlst)fhrklten I run ii Leader Talks to Masada ui • "; u:v ,mn in lei %  Zv; 1. I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 tu I v untry — the evenii include flag Miami 1 Harry C. erans te I tentate of Mahi Shnm eif f a serii A Co. evenii S. Andro. Sal • recentft_] will ly stat I exhibit ... F • w : theme "Ki Soul %  %  %  ; Ebright said blending f the s laint Miamiai %  I : g %  Wanted i ': %  the Muriel 1 ageH %  • its in him ol 1948. M I 107. IK ights aboul %  • %  %  %  t the present tirro IV%  I • lure. 1 • the only Hell %  | A N ent oi Sch ent of M f the sil n Pales til %  tivitii new mi Id ed | .: and peril %  Political Discussion For Hadassah ; discussion on political will be held at a meetimi Group of Ha• Beth David, to take at 1:30 p.m. Max Shapiro, program be moderator, with ., :s participat.1 .,.; Belov, American ; Maurice Grosssman, U N Dei ision on P.destine: Mrs. ;-. %  H ,des, Political Develop.. p a itine; Mrs. Maurice ,1 the Shekel. A i will follow the forum. AUGUST BROS. iiy; ALPER& GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. i nc "Clearing Lots Our Specif Bulldozer and Drag Lint.fm Rent-Grade A %BSB and Processed Muck uA Marl—Any Mixture Bin„ Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Rind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimate! 1813 S. W. 21s. Terrac, Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO All Work Guaranteed' S1 V : 7, N Y. SANTO SPRINGS HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR STA. FLA. 1 hour ty plane to Tampa, our auto serv.ee. Modern, fireproof, steam heat, elevator, solanums. patio. 60 outside rooms, 60 baths, excellent cuisine; golfing. Beach service, fishing. Sunshine Park track 6 miles. 2 dog tracks. American plan $10.50. European plan $5.00. Phone Clearwater 2567 for reservation. Weintraub Passes Architects Examination '.v. inl pracl hitecture | ... to the ex, ently notifii his su ition, held 12 in Jacksom \\'t ni'aub has bien ted Henry Ho. B : I overseas for tv ar, holding thi the of n the time ol his disClaudi i harge He and I in ly live at I that: "Thi re is no 2351 S.W. 21st St. rfor! than transmitting to and undi traditioi %  heril pie." li' David An I on noun,. t C inel M I : t national mr.nd' : Ji W Vet' %  : • eaki it the i t thi St. and Jefferson Ave., M h. Discover the delights of Jewish home-recipes, this convenient, economical way! Dinner's ready in a jiffy with TamaKosher Meats selected quality pure kosher beef, precooked to savory goodness! P'e/iiircd under strictest rabbinical superv % % %  'TMUI Kttftr BMriMk NMIir(W Steak HMI LM Jnl Of— *M ., Mi g i nU — tW i U.S. GOVERNMENT /HSPECTEP DISTRIBUTOR IN FLORIDA: LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTY 165 Northeast 24th St. Miami.1 So Many Years And it lives on in Jewish Tradition Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 LILLIAN DURRANT'S 41 ni Street Floir#r Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Morning Classes Meet At HOTEL PLAZA N. E. 3rd St. and Biscayne Blvd. UNIVERSITY PHONE 48-6581 For So Many Years. THE FESTIVE WHISKEY PREFERRED IN JEWISH HOMES After the traditional ceremony under the & the wedding party calls lor rejoicing. To add to festivities, there is no more appropnate whis T 1 'oast the bride and groom than Carstairs White > the whiskey that blends admirably with the jOf atmosphere. And no wonder, ior Carstaiis Seal is the perfectly balanced blend rich y etl mild yet heartytruly a festive whiskey f r on all joyous occasions, on the Sabba holidays. CARS1A1RS WMinriE SIEAIL THE PERFECTLY BALANCED BLEND Blended Whiskey 86.8 Proof 72% Grain Neutral Spirit. Catrtam Bros. DUtuUng COM lnK ^ Bllriinox## MJ.



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^MS*§&S FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1948 Jmisti fkwkhan PAGE SEVEN B'nai B'rith Honors Naval Chief of Staff L. ading U. S. military and gov,,t leaders and heads of the major veterans organizations of lh( country joined with B'nai B'ntli m honoring Admiral Louis gd Denfeld, newly appointed Chief "f Naval Operations, at a testimonial dinner Monday, in lh ,. Congressional Room of Hotel s E. Albert Pallot repre; Miami as a member of itional Veterans Advisory Committee of B'nai B'rith. 1 is was Admiral Defifeld's public address since assumtis new duties recently as tl f Naval Operations, clinw-v "g career of 36 years in the United States Navy. He was presented by Congresswoman gdith Nourse Rogers, chairman of tin; House Committee on Veter ans Affairs, who was the honor a year ago. uary 2 being the eve of the fifth anniversary of the sinking of the USS Dorchester, a ,,,. al memorial tribute was made to the Four Chaplains, who gave their lives that others may live Dr. Daniel A. Poling, leading American churchman and father of one of these heroes, ted tlte service and de%  scribed the "Chapel of Four i plains," which he is building in his church in Philadelphia as a l:ving memorial to American 111 '. Congress Chapters Unite For Sixth Annual Honor I nneheon Plans are being completed for* %  the sixth annual donor luncheon of the Florida women's division, American Jewish Congress, to be hold Monday. Headed by President Mrs. Louis Glasser, the affair is scheduled for the Little Roumania, Alton Rd„ Miami Beach. Miami, Miami Beach and Esther chapters are all participating in the event which is dedicated to the late Mrs. Louise Waterman Wise, wife of Rabbi Stephen Wise and founder of the division. Michel Rosenberg will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Mickey Michaels is divisional chairman; Mrs. John Soifer, chairman of Miami Beach chapter; and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Miami. Proceeds from the afternoon are to be used for AJC's work in furthering equal rights for all Americans as recommended by ^resident Truman's statement to congress on civil rights. Beach Y Inaugurates Dramatic Group A tenn-age dramatics group under the direction of Jeanette Tupler of radio station WMBM will get under way with a meeting to be held at the new Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1536 Bay Road, Tuesday evening, at 7:30 p.m. Miss Tupler has planned the organizational session so that teen agers may air their views find desires as to the type of groups they would like to sec formed. She reports that fortyfive boys and girls have already indicated their interest in a dramatics group and many more are expected. All teen agers have been invited. ::: :;l: llll|||||ll||ll|||ll||IHIM %  HI ml nail ISOHBCE The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. Show Ilanc**? For llrown JWV Post .V rangements are being made a show and dance to be given i Norman Bruce Brown Pos: No. 174, Jewish War Veterans. uary 15 at the Dade County Armory, N.W. 7th Ave. Proceeds of the evening will be divided ween the honor guard of the post and the fund for the new home. 1'iper Manning and his orehestra will furnish music for during and the entertainment mpaniment Beginning at 9 p the evening includes souand entertainment. ther plans will be discussed the next meeting of the group I : e held Monday evening at : i in the Workmen's Circle 1. i urn, 1545 S. W. 3rd St. Miami Delegates At Regional Conference Miss Toby Cooper, vice president, and Miss Florence Hildebrandt. membership chairman of the Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, represented the chapter at the Southeastern regional conference held in Charleston, S. C. last weekend. Miss Roslyn Drosd, acting chairman of the newly formed Town group, was a delegate from her unit. 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PAGE EIGHT Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwartz of 918 S.W. 14th Ave announce the birth of a daughter, Laura Sue. January 22 in Victoria hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Auslander, 1520 N.W. 1st St. Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Weinberg, formerly of Baltimore, Md.. have joined their son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Moss at 2356 S.W. 12th St. Ms. Moss is the former Elaine Weinberg of Baltimore. -* -* Marwin Shepherd Cassel is home from the University of Florida to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cassel. 410 N.E. 17th St. Wilbur Margol of Jacksonville, another student from the university, is the houseguest of the Cassels during the midterm vacation. Mr. .and Mrs. William Moss, now residing a*. 2020 S V.' St., have as their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clateman of Pittsburgh. .The Moss family is forme::oi Monessen Pa. -* Miss Felice Blum of Rockawcy Park, Long Islar.; : ing her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanl. : C Myers at 512 S.W. 12th Ave. for several weeks. Honorable David H. Weiss of the P State legislature is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Greenfield. Mr. Weiss is from Monessen, Pa. as are the Greenfields who are now residing at 2016 S.W. 2Cth St, Mi Mr. and Mrs. Pcul Raff of 828 S.W. 13th Ct. have I son-in-law and daughter Mr. a:.r. ":s. Alexander N. Sohmer and son, Jack Henry all :: Forest Hills N. V in town for the month of February. They are staying crt the Coral Reef h Miami Beach. Jack Henry has entered the University of Miami where he will continue his studies • lis parents return home. •* •* Mr. ar.d Mrs. Murray Cor.e:: of Brighter., Mass.. are the houseguests :: their niece, Miss Lynne Hopner of 729 Euclid Ave Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs %  ick of 1612 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach have Mr. Pollack's mother, Mrs. Rebecca Hudes of New York City, and Mrs. Pollack's sister, Mrs. Henrietta Lear o! Chattanooga Term., spending the month with them. Mrs. Sam Wein and her daughter Rhoda from Waterville, Maine, are spending a month's vaacation at the Atlantic Towers. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larick are vacating at the Atlantic Towers. Miami Beach, where they will remain for six weeks. Mrs. Larick is the former Mrs. Eva Plant. Miss Audrey Becker j Announces Engagement I M'ss Audrey 3< I %  I ; eci nl nd Mrs Irving I „ creek Drive, : • >n for %  S ,1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1949 %  li.-liliHiiM'r-UardnorBethrotfial A....IM..M •! By Parent* This We*k .1 u,.,u„,iii. rtperpe in business admini-i.. Announcement of the bethroth ,, (lf Miss Marion Richheimer, iter of Mrs. Lillian RUhheimer. 1135 S.W. 6th St.. and lU sigmund R'chheimer, to Lloyd Gardner of Miami Beach is being made this week. No date has been set for the wedding. Richheimer attended a m New York, her former and is now a member of lh e fratority of Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach. ,,. ispective bridegroom. son of Mrs Sally Gardner of 1335 Pennsylvania Ave. and the late Gardner, is a graduate of Miami Beach High school, and ,, ., ran 0 f three and a half in the Army with the signal : ived his bachelors degree in business administration at the University last month and is beginning his work in accountancy. Miss Weinstein Selects June Wedding Date June has been chosen by Miss Esther Weinstein for her marriage to Robert F. Bloch of Miami Beach. Ill IX .1 Ji Announcement of the bcthrothIhe L >1, Mind att nd Mrs. Abraham ispec:i. will be gradu. y .n the He served with the \ :hi Mrs. Engler Weds Jack Daner Sunday At high noon Sunday in the n of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hohauser of Miami Beach. Mrs Reba Engler Epstein became the wife of Jack L. Daner. Rabbi Colr.an A. Zwitman united the Miami Beach couple. The bnde. daughter of Mrs. Anna Engler of Miami, practices law in Miami. She attended the Qn vi rsitj of Florida and received her A B, and L.L.B. deal thi University of Miami Daner is a member of Dade County and Florida Bar associations, National Speakers Bureau of the NFTS, Miami Woman's club and is immediate past president of Sisterhood of Temple Israel. Mr Dane:, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leo M. Daner-Hirsh of Woodbine. N. J.. and Miami Beach. was a captain in the army air serving four and a half in Europe and as a liaison officer in the Pacific theatre with the Navy He studied at Rutgers University and was graduated from Muhlcnberg collei Miss Weinstein al was made recently by her mother, Mrs. Lena Weinstein, 1340 14th Terr.. Miami Beach. Plans are being* made for the ceremony to take place in South Haven. Mich., her summer home. Tires — Tubes — Batteries — Auto Accessories — Road Service Carburetor and Electrical Work — Gas, Grease and Oil Ho!) 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PBJCAY. FE BRUARY 6, 1948 +Jeisli nor/Man PAGE NINE Batncr Awards \nnounvod Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarship of the Bureau of wish Education has announced hc recipients of the tuition fee UlarshiP for the Hebrew course at the University of Miami, evenine division: Miss Dolly Fishbein, 2020 S.W. 04th Ter.; Miss Beverly Koch. 1129 N.W. 3rd St.; Anita Kessler, -IN 11th St.. Miami Beach; HerJ L Northrup. Jr.. 4701 S.W. 7 t h St.: Sheldon N. Lelchuk. 1J414 Alhambra Circle, Coral I Gables; Carl Cohen. 3040 Aviation live.; Aaron H. Zimmerman, 26 RW 26th St. David Isen was the chairman lot the committee composed of I Mrs. Matilda Ratner and Rabbi I Murray Grauer, Registration for Hebrew, open Ito Jews and non-Jews, is taking [p] ace this week at the university, Ifebruary 3 through February 6, Ifrom 7 to 9:30 p.m. and February I? from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It L-:ll he conducted on Tuesday land Thursday evenings, 7:15 to 18:30 pm. and will be a three Tcredit com i A. P. Cannes is the instructor. [antor Sholom Katz Concert Sunday fo Aid School A concert of Jewish Musical hi will take place Sunday at 8 p.m. at Miami Jewish Orthodox gregation featuring Cantor jlom Katz. former chief canr of Kishinev. Wlowing the traditional eve!service the program will inrenditions of Yiddish, Hebrew, ami operatic songs. Other irtistsare expected to participate. Reservations may be made all lay Sunday at the synagogue. |90 S.W. 17th Ave.. Proceeds of ihe concert are to benefit the iligious school. ire. Charles Tobin atertains Officers Mrs Charles Tobin of 5231 N. Pay Road, Miami Beach, will enRrtain the officers and board of lirectors of the Temple Beth Norn Sisterhood at luncheon. I' ber home, on Monday. Mrs. fobin is honorary president of • Sisterhon.l. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR l"MWV4 By Multiple Electric r"iei and Radio Matic. The only \-'t and permanent methoda. K K Francet A H N Freda L I M A N "' Waihmgton Ave., M. Beach Phone 58-9520 FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS >J. IUM.MIK PHONE 9-0551 SAFE and SURE RAT CONTROL Complete TERMITE CONTROL Bonded Guaranty Phone 3-4848 Jll>naair St. J I %  % %  ; 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. 0 All Large Building Lots! 9 Zoned for Hotel, Apt., or Residential 9 Waterfront lots concrete bulkheaded. 0 Riparian rights, new paved streets. A City water, electricity and power. Storm Sewers. A Insurable title. Abstracts furnished. 0 Busses pass grounds every 3 minutes. Ample parking. £ Convenient terms arranged. m Adjoins famous "International Center USA." m 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 euts) 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 4 of the various industries, states and the North and South American republics. For Further Information Call: Selling Agents Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co. Congress Bldg.. Miami. Phone 9-3481 Congress Bid*. Miami. Phone 3-8981 Treasure Island Subdivision Shows Apartment and Hotel Building Sites Developers S. D. HaynSWOrlh and Associates Located Midway Between Miami and Miami Beach on 79th St. Causeway



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p.Jii[l FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, PAGE TEN Frank Wright Manager Warren Fuller Campaign Frank S. Wright. Florida public relations expert, announced his acceptance of a post as state campaign manager for Fuller Warren in the current governors ,-ace. He will make his h lquarters at 338". Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, and at the end oi the campaign will return to Miami to resume the practice Ol his profession. Wright served 15 years as an administrative offficer • < Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946. Jewrsh Te.egnphic Agency, Inc. at Hie THE ALARM SIGNAL: Now that the alarm I sounded with regard to the sabotage activities in W. „st the implemenl partition decisi n, >m< hind the seen, vealed • That th Palest.n n became Washington was learned tain | cles had private I | lenl Trui memb i M ; '." was indicated to them that the I s G ivernment is not in t 0 strengthen the hand %  tine %  n University oi ^ G : "' (s ville, following h from that instituti n Hi as president I f thi leei Public Relations i durin I I : [ ]y is se -. %  %  an tivities. noroi Florida. H< t ol %  : n. a Presbytcriai lirectoi V M (' A W L -d 30 monl v; : II I CAMP OSCEOLA TWO SEPARATE CAMPS EOR JEWISH CHILDREN • • FOR GIRLS on Mills Ri Hoi N. C. XT Resident D u an I Nu e Modern Sanitation All Outdoor and Water Sports Directors: MR. AND MRS. HERBERT SILVER 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone: 5-S975 or 5-4239 FOR BOYS on Li ville, N. ition re Staff Sabbath Services C. %  that thi a U.N. affai i wj t 0 "enda. 1 the oil in b %  State I%  tary Mai I .r ground, I titionists in the State Dei t..• .. to it that thi Pali at a Cabi. The t exa tly what Zion ipecttheml And thi I in a way to %  feel thai it i part to orde Nation Assi mbly to supporl partition The President is • n b tween I ip and y W in Ji Palestine, I neen ,,. lential election yew Republican Presidei. tud lhe partition decision. CAR STORAGE RIGHT DOWNTOWN! Reasonable Rates Protect Your Car for LOUB Dependable Service MACK'S GAUGE EXPERT REPAIRS 56 S. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-9906 "v FREEcopy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information w executive director, Rabbi M. Meschelofl 311 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA |l |l Folds—11'* HMIM' FOR RENT Folding Chairs *-, r \ I <>r YOU N) H&NDEE FOLDING CHAIR CO. I 3-6176—Phone-S-7535 SI ll(.H'.\L SUPPORTS • TRUSSES CAMP Mr. and Mrs. WEBB BELTS in cti.i'ue SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 201 S.I I •• Block E.ist of Herald ABBOTT EMPLOYMENT AI;I:\I v Specializing in HELP FOR HOMES 141 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 3 6187 & 9-4280 Through skillful handicapping the great champions and challengers fight neck and neck for fame and fortune ot Hialeah. Camera decisions are frequent you'll stand up and yell at many a breathtaking finish. \&jW4t'ffaflalgpjfj POST TIME.. 2 P. M. Daily Double, First and ADMISSIONS (including IOKM): Grandstand $1.50, Reserved Seal) $1.00 additional; Clubhouse $3.00, njt Wright HotH Equipment Co. INCORPORATED ... MP ELEVENTH STREET PHONE J.0 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock ( tUlli ,l J! Fr]iers Work Tables Steam Tabta Krlriaeratrd Sandwich Units LOMP1 J ETE I "CANNINO AND LAYOUT 8KI1VICB GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE" FRONT"— PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirron and Rsttllvering Our Sptciily L. & *. t.lasN and Mirror Works MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER This man is earning Jttft WINI (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12 no N '.n P, M. EVERY TUESDAY 5:30 to t, 15 P, M. (until further notice) Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL-LITURGICAL ON HIS CHASE FEDERAL INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT Youi idle money will earn 2"at Chase Federal while you enjoy the iun...-Chase Federal pay* 2% per annum current dividendi on insured savings account! Account! opened on or before the 10th ol the month earn as ol the lirat ol the month. Chase Federal Saving! Accounts are legal investments lor truit funds, including lunds held by guardians, administrator!, and executors. Whether your Savings Account is large or small, it will receive the most compete"' service in a friendly atmosphere Chose Feikal SAVINGS AND LOAN %  ivovtcii ovtt w**** Mil IINCOIN ROAD ONI.MAlf HOCK f*5 T MIAMI IHCI "Mtl I...-.' |„ C I C IIMINT! "£ •*"•



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FHIfiAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948 +kiath eve children's service 1 p.m. Adult Friday evei vice at 5:30. Friday night at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will lecture on ••Reclaiming A "' Cantor Feder and the i! Jacob glee club will lead m il singing. Early Sabbath service at 6:30 a.m. Regular S,,bhath service at 8:30. %  preach on the subject t Is Justice?" Intermediate s for teen age youth at V •!. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Ue. Also fop Hebrew Schools. cnac iriD Telephone 5-1017 ?. an 2under the supervision of the Board of Education. Junio, Congregation for children of elementary school age at 10 a.m under the supervision of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush served to both groups by Mrs Joseph Brenner and a Sisterhood Committee. Bible study at 4 pan with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at o:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily school 3:30 to 7 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Raclcovky. Friday night services at 5:15. Saturday morning first minyan at 7 a.m. Second at 8:45. Rabbi Rackovsky will conduct Services and speak on the subject "Freedom." A class on the biblical portion of the week at 3 p.m. Rabbi will speak on the portion of the week at 3:1)0. Mincha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos with portion of zmiros. Daily morninj services, first minyan at 7 a.m. followed by a class in nnshna Second minyan at 8. Daily mincha services at 5:15 followed bj a class in Jewish laws and custom. Maariv at 6 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening service at 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi April will speak on "Laws of Justice." An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Robert, son of Mrs. Leona Case will be Bar Mitzvah. The confirmand will address the congregation and the rabbi will respond. Mincha at 4:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Law. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily Hebrew school 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Services Friday at 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "These Are Our Laws." Refreshments will be served by a Sisterhood committee. Services Saturday 7:30 a.m.. and 9:30 a.m Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Booth. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. folssen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given M IAMI TITL* t QhtractCo. M TUUI Or TTTLI KlTKI %  MM COfITT BCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE IN SURAN CE TITU INSURANCE POLICIES Of KANSAS •ITY TITLE IMUMACl M. Am.U fUorlr S2.000.000 00 H. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 ""wed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily religious school at 3:30 to 6 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shap.ro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late evening services Friday M 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "Is the U.N. Another League of Nations?" Services will be dedicated to the Home for the Aged of Greater Miami through its president. Mrs. Etna Beck and her representatives who will conduct the responses. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand will be hosts at the reception in the auditorium after the services. Floral offering has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cohen in memory of Mrs. Cohen's mother. Mrs. Jennie S. Levine. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Students services at 10:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David Washer will be hosts at the Sunday morning Bar Mitzvah breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Adult discussion group Sunday 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. lead by Rabbi Shapiro. Bible class meets n the synagogue every morning under the direction of Abraham Levitan. Miami Beach Jewish Community. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "The Essence of Our faith." Saturday morning service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Theodore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiecler will become Bar Mitzvah. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. AZA-BBG breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for boys and girla over 13. Rabbi Gerald Engel. director of the Hillel foundation. University of Florida, will be guest speaker Hebrew Religious school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. till noon Pre Kindergarten school Monday through Friday morning 9 a.m. till noon. SINRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CAMS WHITI roa 100..11 IIS -W. 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iPl'll-UIIWH. 1 UMJJUl' JMUM FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948 PAGE TWELVE Afternoon Kites Unties ltaskins An early afternoon ceremony at the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro united Miss Beatrice Burger and Irwin Raskin this Sunday. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Burger of Brooklyn, the bride was attended by her aunt, ^ Mrs. Florence Geier E Raskin served as besl his brother wh pa nts Mr. and Mrs Wil Miami and H The couple ami Sei %  His. studied at the Unh ida and was cum laude from the 1 of Miami whi A vet I N • %  ; %  he %  : his -. L;u versity. Female Cantor To Chant Melodies Freidele the Chazente. nationally known female cantor, will make her api Sunday. ,ary L5th. 8:30 p.m.. al Beach High School torium. 1420 Dn x< Ave Tins Will b< onl > appearance in Mia Freidele has gained I the and is very ta ,dies that an i hanti in the synag gui S ter of 1 • % %  in Europe. She ha • well %  Kol Nid by a Marano in S| at th. ti I : • led to her I %  %  %  M %  %  : Schachi A Tl %  : skel ti the M S Dr. and Mrs. Rand %  Sntertahi (iiiosts Dr. and Mrs Ha ;; %  :tail party I Mr and V %  .:. Mr. an Mi n the %  %  B, ': %  %  Shi A full houi A nativi N i tivil %  S er reperl "avoriti e inclu li I in Mopinclude GenI : I Vt an Art 1 T i R( turn." and %  •Vivo La France."


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948 Hadassah Groups Hear Martha Sharp "Guardian Angel of Children" at Brunch +Jelsli fkridbcw PAGE THIRTEEN Mrs. Sharp Mrs Martha Sharp, nationally known for her work in saving many European children during ,| u war, will be guest speaker f or the regular monthly meeting of the Miami Beach and Deborah groups of Hadassah this i Monday. H e r (subject will be "Youth Aliyah." (The gathering will be held at — il;r Steak House. %  % %  *Avi\, Miami Beach, beginning at 12 noon. Since 1940 Mrs. Sharp has concentrated much of her effort on the >!iil(l rescue work of Youth Aliyah, and became instrumental in creating Children to Palestine, Inc.. a Christian-Jewish committee for the rescue of Jewish refugee children through Hadassah, She has made a recent protracted tour through Palestine, lavakia and France and illy familiar through her rehel work experience with the plight of Europe's children, particularly Jewish boys and girls. Mrs. Sharp and her husband. the Reverend Waitstill Hastings Sharp, have been called the "guardian angels of European Rose Chapter Project Solicits Clothing A drive to collect children's clothing and toys for overseas youth is being launched today by Rose Chapter, B'nai B'ri'.h Women. Mrs. Maxine Reinhard announced. 0 Children's clothing from infanc) to twelve years of age are y needed, Mrs. Reinhard Btated, and can be donated by telephoning Miss Betty Ann Weintrub, 5-5926, after 6 p.m. In addition to clothing, the group is also collecting art paper, paint sets, dolls, drawing books, pencils. i games of all types. children." a title given by an American dispatch in February 1946, from Prague, which told of their long and distinguished service to thousands of refugee children and families since the outbreak of the war. Also scheduled on Monday's program are Miss Jeanette Tupler of radio station WMBM and Miss Ruth Wolkowsky. instructor of piano at the University of Miami, in a dramatic musical presentation. Those contemplating attendance are asked to make reservations as soon as possible by contacting: Mrs. Milton Wolf, Youth Aliyah chairman, 5-2114: Mrs Harry Platoff, 5-0162; Mrs Walter Cohen, 7-3597; Mrs. Sam Prosterman, 5-3082; Mrs. Benj. B. Goldstein, 513895; Mrs. Alex Straus, 5-7633; Mrs. Ben Grenald. 6-2353: Mrs. Joseph Pomer•nce, 6-1181. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBHY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Red Road Pood Market at I0L2 lOltf Red Road, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida BEN FEINBERG ALBERT BARON. Parti HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg :• (-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to tngage in business under the fictitious name ol Anns Luncheonette .it 136 B Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Cleric ol the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. JAMEfl GERALD SECl'NDA Sole c iwner MARX FEINBERG Attorney foi Applicant 2/6-13 20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nai f Empire Furniture Factory at 1223 N, E, 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I",.only, Florida. EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN AttOI nc\ s for Applicant i .. i.; 20 27 3 %  '• Haganah Benefits A collection of $40 was raised for the Haganah in Palestine at a birthday party for Miss Rose %  V an last Sunday. The affair leld at the home of her er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Silverblatt, 7801 N.W. 17th Ave. Income Tax Specialist BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS 4 Years With the Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 — 5-3662 DAIRY] BUTTER-EGGS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned a ngagliuj in business under the fictitious name oi PARK BAR, at 2542 Palm Avenue, Hialeah, Fiomia. ana Intend t" register said name with the Clerk nl the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. HAKItY SCHWARTZ, ESTHER RAUZIN. MARVIN RAUZIN. WASMAN. SILVER ABAKOWITZ. Attorneys for Applicants, l t-16-28-30 I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha tinundersigned, desiring t" engage m LEGAL NOTICES IV T?M DE R OF PUBLICATION ii.. I',', ,!(l 1 1 COURT OF THE III. .11 1.1. MAI. CIRCUIT IN AND i"l. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA -IN HA.NCKKY, No 114495 '•'•i > E I.ENTINE, Plaintiff, vs. ;' ';'• LENTINE, Defendant. I HI-. STATE OF FLORIDA; I": PETER LENTINE, %  Painter Avenue Wesl Haven, Connecticut %  %  hereby notified and ordered ,| "' t he Bill of Complaint for ','\"'; • filed against you in the above "tyled cause on or before the 3rd day ol March, 1948; otherwise Hi 1 1 hi if allega said Bill ..f Complain! will taken as confessed agalnsl you. i.ei this irder be published once a four consecutive weeks In newsi 'ounty, the JEWISH FLORIDIAN paper published In Dads l lated 1948. this 2nd day ..f February, H'lrcull Court i: B WEATHERMAN, clerk of Circuit Court, Heal) By M. SAM SILVER AttOI ney 1703 c 'ongl %  Miami. Florida 2/6-13-20-27 GREEN, puty Cleric Bldg. M ORDER OF PUBLICATION .. %  '•{ '', 1 -'"" ''1T COURT UK Till. 11111 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,„—'-> CHANCERY, No. 114014. 1 Al I.A SEIQENHERU, Plalntlfl va SOLOMON I.. SBIOENBERG, Defendant. THE STATE OP FLORIDA: I": SOLOMON I. SEIOENBERG 1745 Fast 16th Street Brooklyn, New York v.,., are hereby notified and ordered appeal to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in tn above-styled cause on or bel the i.iii day ..i February. 1948, otherwise the allegation or said Hill ..f Complain) win be taken as confessed agalnsl you. 1,1 I hli i e der be published one,a week for four consecutive wc %  the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, e newspaper published in Dade County, I lorlda DATED this 13th day of January, E B LEATHERMAN, Cleric of Circuit Court. •i Ircult Court Seal. By M. SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Bldg, Miami, Florida l. 16-23-30 2 6 C. GREEN, 1 leput) th. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engai business under the Fictitious nan t Palace Poultry at 3040 Aviation Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name win. the Clerk of the Clr-ull Court of Dade County, Flor-. Ida. JACOB 11 COHEN Sole Qw ner, : :• 16 23 10 2 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eni business under the fictitious name of Penn-Waj I'harmacj al 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dad. County, Florida ABRAHAM NEWMAN SYLVIA NEWMAN SHIRLEY WOOLF Attorney for applicants. I :m 2 6-13-20-27 .uslness u r the fictitious JMM "' .••I.A'II.KK Fool' SHOl' at L'.l Kasl Flagler Street. Miami, F la, Intend to register said name with the Clei K ,,f the Circuit Curt of I'ade County. Florida, JACK (14 'I MM EDWARD BOOAN Petitlonei %  MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners. %  | l :::; 30 I ,; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the ui rslgned. desiring to engage \n IOSEPH POPPELAUER THEODORF. I'.ARR W \SM.\N. 8ILVER ft SAKOWI I/. %  ttomeyi f"i Applicants I 611-20-27 3/B XoilTH III AMI 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 & RETAIL EGGS FHESH DAILY "SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY" Oil N, W. 2nd AT.. CALL 9-9940 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTM JUDICIAL CIRC I IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 114041. JOHN MICHAEL BARl >NE. Plain'Iff, vs. MARY PAULA BARONE, Defendant. TO: MARY PAULA BARONE ill", Tiffany Street Bronx, New York v.u are hereb) notified and required to appear t.i the mil of Complaint filed in the shore styled cause, on or before February 13, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order b\ A. FRIEDMAN Attornej at Law 1023 Sej bold Muilding .Miami. Florida 1 16-23-30 2 ci NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eni l.usiness under the fictitious name .it SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY anil SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO, at 1317 North .Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends t,, register said name with the Cl_,rk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida STEVE J. DURAL Wasman. Silver ,v Sakowlta Attorneys for Applicant I so 2 8-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 111363. MAN KLETTER, Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL KLETTER, Defendant, ni ETHEL KLETTER 581 Tlmpson Place Bronx, New York You are hereby notified and requlred to appear to the Mill of Complaint filed in the above st c led cause, on or before February 27, I91S, otherwlse the inn of Complaint will no tak.-n as confessed against you. Let this order he published once a Week for not less than four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper publish,., i i,, r>ade County, Florida. Dated this 27 day ..r January, 1918. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, I'eputy Clerk, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Reynold Bldg, Miami, Florid,, 1 :iu 2 '6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Fran-Sal Originals, Creators of Ladies Fashion* al [534 Washington Avenue. Miami Meacdi intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit t of Dade Count v. Florida. SALLY GREISMAN Sole owner. Welnstein, Weinstein & Weinstein Attorneys for Applicant 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1/30 2/i; i:: :•"-:'? ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lllh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, iI /.KIDA. IN CHANCERY, No 114287. SYLVIA WOLNEK, Plaintiff, \ |. ROBERT WOLNEK, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ROBERT WOLNEK %  113tn Stn Foresl Mills. New York Vou are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Mill of Complaint for Divorce filed agalnsl you In the above-t J led cause on 01 before I lie _!.'.: d day of February, IW8; otherwise the allegation! ol Bald Mill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against J oil Lei Ibis Order a w %  u for lour e thJEWISH FLORIDIAN, paper published in I'ade Florida DATED this 23 day of January, 1948, i: It LEATHERMAN, t'lerk of circuit Court. | oui t Seal) B> M. be published once ills-'cUtiVe Weeks IP a newi County, SAM SILVER Solicitor f.u Plaintiff 1703-j Congress Building Miami 32, Florida l 30 2 6-13-20 iGREEN, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol star Watch and Jewelry at 16 N.W Is) Sti.et, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of i'ade County, Floi Ida. FLORENCE I'ELTZ Sole iwner. Weinstein, Weinstein and Welnsl Attorneys for Applicant 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1 9-16-23-30 :!/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Dolores Blousea at ir, N. E. nth Street, -Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. -MAYER P. REINER Sole Owner. 1/16-23-50 2/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. .Miami Ave. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE KIRSCHENBAU.M. 1/30 2/6-18-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THH llTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIAUI'i COUNTY. — IN CHAMCUKX, JNo. 114188, NORMAN A. c.ILLEN, Plalntirf, vs. MKI.I.i: OILMEN, Defendant. YOU, BELLE GILLEN, o/o Oeneral Delivery, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before February 19. 1948. i a decree pro confMGO wili be enter, ii against you. MATED: January 20, 1948. E. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. icircuit Court Seal) My M. C. GREEN, Ueputv clerk WASMAN, SILVER and BAKOWITZ, Attorneys for Plaintiff. I 23-30 -76-13 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Mill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No 114148. MARGARET EVELYN STUBER, Plaintiff, is JOHN EDWARD STUBER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN EDWARD STUBER, %  Steuben Street, It ha. New York YOU, JOHN EDWARD STUBER, vchos, residence is slated above, are hereby notified to file your appearance In the above cans, for divorce on or before February 24, 1948, otherwise a decree pro confesso will he entered Bgalnst you, E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, above Court. : i !0U1 t Seal i My M NOCICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO \Vllo\i |T MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name statute," House Bill No. 117r., Chapter No. 20683, Laws ot Florida, lf.41. will reglMter with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and tor Made c 'ounty, 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 to engage In business at number 2200 Southwest Eighth Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the patties Interested In said m -enterprise, are as follows: HENRY OILMAN S' iPMIE OILMAN RUDOLPH BCHER SAMMY SCHER JACK A ABBOTT Attoi n,. for applicants. I 6 13 -'u NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 19038 RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPH MILLER, A K A JOSEPH GABBY MILLER, A K A loSKPH (JAMIty, A K A .11 E MAMMY. I le. eased NOTICE is her.i.y given that I have filed rnv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator ..f the estate of JOSEPH MILLER deceased: and that on the 1st da) of March, 1948, "ill apply to the Honorable w p, Hlanton County Judge Of Mad.County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of JOSEPH MILLER, de, %  ease,I This _'7tl. day of January, 194S. FRANK MILLER. WASMAN. SILVER & BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Administrator I :iu i 6-13-20 MARlox BROOKS Attorney for Plaintiff 819 olymplH Building Miami. Florida 1 23-30 2/6-13 C. GREEN, i'eputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Van I Mi Ion Company liml in. I H 1431 Washington *venu, .Miami P.each Intends to sjrgistci said name with th, clerk ol the fircult Court ot pade County, Florida \i IRM \N O (VAN ami LEONARD M I'I IVAN Parti %  0 -', I S ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRtVIT COURT OF Tin; nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY, Kl/ORIOA.— IN CHANCERY, No. lllL'OU. MOPE MOANE, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT E. DOAM1U, Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ROBERT E. DO.V.NE Mill,oil. Hotel Salem, Massachusetts You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above %  tyled cause on or before the 20th day of February, pus, otherwise the allegations of said Mill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against \ oil. Met this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. MATED this 20th day of January, P'is. B, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. .' iicuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, .111, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER 1701 Congress Bldg., Miami IS, Florida i, U-80 j/ci-13 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, i I.OKIUA. IN UlA.Mr.Hi .\o. 114111. JAN COUFALL, Plaintiff, vs. LUCILLE COUFALL, Defendant. TO: LUCILLE COUFALL, 3717—00th street. Jackson Heights, Queens, New York: You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer |o the bill or complaint for divorce filed against you by JAN COUFALL, on or belore 16th day of February. 19IX, otherwise the allegations of said bin win oe taken as confessed agalnat you. DONE AND ORDERED this 16th da) of January, 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1 TAMIA.NOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff. 1/33-30 L','6-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PRORATE. No. 20288, In Re ESTATE OF LEWIS LEWENSTE1N, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said state: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against tne estate of LEWIS LEWENSTEIN de.-as.-,I, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. FRANK BLA.NTOlT, County Judge of Dade County, and HI. the name In his office In tne County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. a Dated January 8, A. D. 1948. JOSEPH HURKHODZ. As Executor of the Mast will and Testament of LEWIS LEWJCNBTEIN, Deceased. MARRY ZUKERNICK A Homey for Executor • 1/16-23-30 l!,cj \ 1 • ?



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PAGE FOURTEEN m 7EW MANIFEST DESTINY By RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS Director. Department School Organization of Torah Umeso Kabb AIM 0 Hon of Torah I'mew.rnh. • il :1 ll-.l.iv Jewish ii hools i M Jewish educators ai %  : %  %  %  PUMPRabbi. tlonal facTl will hold aided In the I Out of the confusion of facts that surround the post-wai world one does stand out. And that is that the United States .s rapidly becoming the world's hope for further development of culture. It is in the light of this levelation that we can properly appraise the phenomenal increase in the number of Jewish day schools in the country. And a phenomenon it certainly is. Whereas a few yeai schools were I nlj in Ni York City, I .day they virtuallj dot the continent. There are ils in the S >uth. i %  Bi F lal and the far West (L Ai eles i San Francisco Calii S. Wash.) All in all, I 106 all-day located in 15 si To v attril i %  mic p. st-wai aw i par: %  for a l of Jewish edu AI TO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Cail 58-3756 %  n. An %  the 1 ns • existei %  %  i %  I .... %  %  It is ver; triots tin i ntly in Lil %  i %  n that i ::t > : culn. We in 11 n the • nts in ( \ [-710 S W. 12th AV MIAMIL-.TEI. 33431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Infoffr.ation G.'otffy F^nahed on ftequei/ SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish wee-) A*i&uiAticiS£Rvtce J JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director IVERSIDE MEWOIilAL CHAPEL rtWt.FOWERAL SERVICE^ -7777 RIVERSIDE AMBUliANCE SERVICE 123S WMhtafllo,, Ay.. *BariBKfe EDWARD T. HHWUKU ra**$ "Olrvotor ABC EISCNBERC. Ttmtarfr ntk Si. &d Aeuterdam A %  %  %  %  %  thei the esl %  t this is s out by L'mes %  %  use to I t that laity I • nd as veil T y the 1W %  %  that bind loyal lail m '.hr all-day I : : erating with ling 'if the a( within and through the ne. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1948 Chevrolet Motor Names Division Head PETROIT Appointment ol i ,] sales man%  letv nnounced 0 T 11 Keating, general -, : to aid the .: ...... Ivan formerly n mal man%  %  %  Southwenl iarters at „ -f more 10 Vl in C levrolet. ; s uned ..... [926 n Los Angeles. app t • %  serving I san Antonio. A* in following eturnedto El Paso, and p -•at Minne. B 0 ha and Hous%  Ivan X. Sarvis Wanted : eing sought ol : M i '•'•'' il Id be ap%  • ment %  %  N i' ted that Mi : N was 104 He %  %  : D B Irving Blasbera. Treasurer BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 Alton Rd. Phone 5-5844 • MIAMI BEACH • R. A. Niceley. Funeral Director MOUNT KEB0 CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympici Building Phone 3-3720 MONUMENTS SPECIAL DESIGNS nd— PRICES SUBMITTED WITHOUT OBLIGATION Call 4-3249 "Be Sure to Mark the Resting Place of Your Loved Oi Experinced In Miami Since 1925 THURMOND MONUMENT CO 3253 S. W. 8th St. Two-Story White Building —Opposite— Woodlawn Cemetery. NOW OPEN For Your Convrnir-nee Riverside Laundry Branch 114 S. W. 22nd Ave. Road (Formerly Beacom Blvd.) Opposite Riverside Station Post Office i'omplvte Laundry and ih if i"leaning Service At Popular Prices



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FEBRUARY 6. 1948 -Jewlstfhrldlairi PAGE FIFTEEN f iVES OF OUR TIMES JSRAEL ROKACH r**.t V, NORMAN and SOL NODEl !u i, RHODA B SIMON ftc CITY OF TR-WN. WHICH CONSTITUTES mvm Of THE JEWISH POPULATION Of PWHTIK, IS HEAKO BYAMANWHOCWEUPnOMTHI MNKSKN 0TWHESTINIMI MINTS IN JMFk 1H Ift9fe. ROKACH GREW UP AMIDST BOTH JEWS AND AHUS.IEMM. ING FROM CHUDHOCO THE ART OF C0OKRMION, p0 ATTtt (OWUTIOM OF HIS STUWR AT UUSKHNE AND ZURICH, SWITZERLAND IN I92O.I0KKH CAME BACK TO PAUSTINE TO CONTINUE HIS CAREER AS M ELECTRICAL ENGINEER. ME SOON BECAME ACTIVE IN THE TELAVIV COMMUNITY.IN 1922, HE WAS ELECTED TO THE CITY COUHOl, AND BECAME DIKCTC4 OF SEVERAL DEPART MENTS. DURING TM NEXT FIVE YEARS.HE WAS A AAEMBEROF THE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION .PRESIDENT OF THE BUILD INC COMMITTEE OF THE HAUMAH THEATRE GROUP AND MEMBER OF THE ORANGE SYNDICATE. IN 1927 ROtCACH WAS CHOSEN VICE-MAYOR, AND IN I936.WAS APPOINTED MMOROF TELAVIV BY THE HIGH COMMISSIONER. ROKACH DEVOTED All OF HIS ACTIVITY AND INTERESTS TO MAKING TK-AVTV WHAT HE CALLS "THE FINEST CITY. IN THE WORLD". HE IMPROVED ITS WATER AND SANITARY SYSTEM.ITS IDUCATIONAL.CULTURAL ANO SPORTS FACILITIES. 4llJ. TODAY,TOURING THE US. ON BEHALF OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, HE HAS BEEN WELCOMED BY MAYOR O'OWYER OF NEW YORK.WHO ACCORDED HIM WIRY HONOR GIVEN A HIGH-RANKING VISITOR.-.. IN 1947, MAYOR ROKACH WAS SENT TO A CONCENTRATION CAMP BY THE BRITISH ALONG WITH OTHER PROMINENT JEWS IN RETALLATON FOR I MAIN ACTIVITIES. OFF THE RECORD Hebrew was among the five languages Bernard M. Baruch ild read and converse in during his student days, John •shey tells in a recent issue of the New Yorker This writer i a letter from Baruch ascribing his material and spiritual iccess in life to the restraining influence of his mother iletter takes on added significance in the light of Baruch's sure that whenever his mother saw him off to a party she %  Id tell him "Remember, son, the blood of princes flows in veins No one is any better than you, but you are no tier than anyone else until you prove it." Baruch's sagaci| has gained him the distinction of being America's ace adin peace and in war He draws his wisdom from deep ancien 1 wells His mother claimed descent from King land on the paternal side he believes himself a descendant Baruch the Scribe, author of the Book of Baruch in the ypha And he is proud of his "yichus" By a ruM that was as transparent as it was vicious the nerican University of Beirut has driven out approximately Jewish students This was accomplished by an order ItheLebcncn Government expelling the students Usually ich a move elicits at least some form of reaction from the % untries whose citizens were affected Yet in none of the pspapers we read has there been reported any government Action to this outrage Nor has a word been heard so far ) the Rockefeller Foundation and the other American foundafns on whose support the Beirut university is completely % pendent But New York State has a stake in the issue m American University in Beirut functions under a charter "led by the State of New York New York State Attorney ^neral Nathaniel Goldstein should look into the matter and ve toward the revocation of the charter ... If discrimination pat kind is no legal cause for revoking the charter he should : 4e State Legislature to act Incidentally such a move *ld be a potent gesture in the current fight against dis^ation in education UNESCO's next session is slated to 1 h eld at Lebanon ... In the light of this and other develop"te it would be well for that international organization to onsider its decision. The emergency of your OWN child being stricken by polio ALWAYS confronts you! Polio is no respecter of race, creed, religion or color. It is a spectre of Gray Death in your OWN living room. To combat polio while you are glad YOUR children haven't been stricken ... be kind enough to aid in the treatment of children who have been stricken. There is always a friendship thought in Amerca and you have one! Donate generously to the March of Dimes. Simply mail your gift to the March of Dimes, Miami. Dr. J. L. Wambaugh Republican Candidate Dr. J. L. Wambaugh. 206 Federal Highway, North Dado County, has filed for Representative to the Unilcd States Congress, from the 4th Congressional District of Florida, on the Republican ticket. Dr. Wambaugh is a native of Pennsylvania and a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. holding the degrees of Ph. G.. D. C., and M. D. He is a registered Pharmacist in Florida and Pennsylvania. MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 22 "> Wesi Flagler Street P hone 3 9218 ^America's finest cleaning CERTIFIED Qu&Uty A k -{7*1 CLEANING can 3-6601 smmM 'BQfttfO VERYWHE! MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have II" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3756 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ m EVENING CXASSES UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI February 9 to May 27 More Than 150 Sixteen Weeks' Courses Among the New Courses Available Are the Following: Botany: Fungi in Relation to Human Welfare Business: Business English Drama: Modeling and Personality Orientation—Directing Plays for Club. School and Community Theaters English: Beginning English for Foreigners Semantics Verse Writing Geography: Geography or South America Government: Principles of Regional and City Planmng-Governments of Europe Hebrew: Elementary Hebrew ... Hispanic-American Studies: Current Events in Hispanic America History: Contemporary Europe Journalism: Press Photography—Radio News Writing Management: Air Transportation Radio: Radio Announcing Speech: Business Speaking • > EIGHT WEEKS' COURSES Home Economics: Clothes and Personality—Fashion Drawing Industrial Training: Estimating and Blueprint Reading Estimating for Plumbing Industry Standard Construction Methods Concrete Design Simplified Engineering for Builders Fundamentals of Alternating Current Machine Shop R.idio Receivers and Transmitters FishTngT'Eri Roman, fishing authority, will lecture and conduct fishing ,r P8FOUR WEEKS" COURSE Course for Prospective Home Builders Experts Will Give the "Do's" and "Dont'" in Planning and Building Homes Registration—Administration Building, Main Campus February 7. 8:30 A. M. to 12:30 P. M. For Further Information Call Division of Adult Education UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI 48-6581 — Ext. 36 Small Boat Design Marine Navigation Celestial Navigation Air Conditioning Architectural Drawing Pattern Drafting and Layout Master Electrician's Course Aviation Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races Admission (No Minors) 25c TRANSPORTATION — From Miami—Eipress Service by Red Adams Line from Elks' Club, East Flagler St. and N. E. Third Ave. from 6:30. Ft. Lauderdale— From 442 E. Las Olos Blvd. at frequent intervals. HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB



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%  ^ % % % % % %  1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, PAGE SIXTEEN Pioneer Women Hold Samuel Sorin Concert on Sunday A great deal of territory will be covered when Samuel S in spreads his fingers along the board during his recitals in this area. Those attending M recital sponsored by the Gi Miami Council of Pioneer VI men in Municipal Bavfront Park. Sundaj wil witness two of the 1) piano-playing handin ex si Having such a long hand >cpansion. reportedly able I press thirteen white keys in a row. Will enable S Bach's rarely heard "O lude and Fugue in D M ranged for piano by Bus i ...•• by Chopin. Liszt. 1 3 •^Besdd" • Shown above are some of the women of the(Greater Miami concert-pianist, Mr. S Council 0 pion.., Women W hc ,hav b een f" !" ^ Park M r. been' Sorin piano jec,i> for 8: V 5 ""^ R J h Bro.man. special Palestinian motion art sound film will highlight the pjog am portion of the Pioneer Women Kadimah Chapter's meetPhursday evening. February the banquet hall of Huy149 E Flagler St. Mrs Max Shap.ro. cultural nan. will present Mrs. Al., B erson, Moatzath Hapoarman, who will speak on the relationship of the n Pioneer Women to the Moatzath Hapoane (the Council of Women). Robert E. Miller will the history of the Moat. Hapoaloth; Mrs Theodore Abe] its achievements and activiI lt ,v. Mrs. Joseph Cutler. ,Mural work carried on by the Moatzath Hapoaloth; and ,, en ary G. Kaplan, the child care and Aliyah absorption. The regular meeting of Bui B'nth Business and Prolw,;,. .1 Women. Emma SS Chapter, will be held at Z al Women, Em be held at Ui, Shoreham Hotel, S3S OCMI Drive on February 10th. at j. p.m IS SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 Need Help in a Hurry?_Cali A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phone* 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Ownr l_ llj IIU %  -••• • %  Mr Harold S of the pa nnou % %  Mr. and Mrs. Harry All ert, Mr and Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mr. and. Mrs. H. E. Cur.:-. Mr. and Mrs Hy Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. H Mrs. Jennie G Dr. st E. Nichol, Dr. NaI j. Rosnick, Mr. :.: : Dr. Frank M. Woods, R Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Carl cert Wednesday, I Sorin. •'Bar Mitzvah Announced For Julien Twins Louis L .. n leth S %  A ^he ROOM AND BOARD WANTED %  ; LADY :. SHARE APT. WITH .SAME PHONE 48-5932 Rabbi Grauer On WKAT M 0 Grauer will be guest speaker for the Greater Rabbinical association • over WKAT Sunday • B 15 p.m. His topic is e Are Our Laves Coral Gables Home For Salt Exceptional value—exclusive residential district—reasonable price—large, modern, well constructed 2 bedroom and bathtoilet and laundry trays in garage—attractive living"room and dining room—open front porch—large enclosed living porch with tile floor—Venetian blinds throughout—5 large storage closets—many extras —you will want to see this home—close to Venetian Pool. PHONE 4-7582 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 YOIH INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA. Tax Consultant Opened Evening by Appointment Main Office. 7117 Biscayne Blvd. MUmi Beach Office, 10li16th St.. Prince GeorgeHotel Miami Beach Office, 74S5 Collina Ave. Phone 7.058 Phone 5-3WS ext. Phone 6-4011 the Hollywood Jewish Community Centei Tickets for Wednesdi • t the C • 2020 P in Hollywood, may be pur W 43 d C1 All %  III noilinuuu, wo; -^ t---from anv member. Additional pa trons reported include. M Mrs Jack Dresnick. Mr. and Mrs. a HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES Co. Exclusive Distributor* of Manischewitz & Rokeach Products Wolffs Groats — Tamar Kosher Meats 165 N. E. 24th Street Telephone 3-7791J Bi'.lv Ambrose. Harold L> MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Propertiet, Hoteli, Homei or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 ••Trustworthy Service" Jacob Schacler has returned from a two-week trip to New York City where he purchased several new albums of the latest Palestinian folk songs and Hebrew drama records for his Jewish Musical Program heard Friday and Sunday mornings over WBAY. High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN III l\l>s Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 MOME STTLl Quality Sood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-Ki" L i:o EISENSTMN %  foam Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Yo* €§E*REAL ESTATE PROBLEM 12 Years of Experience In Building Comtructlon on MUml Belt! DON'T MISS I ''riiiVI< Oysher lysher T I A Chazendel ol Shabes • SUNDAY. 8:30 P.M., FEBRUARY 15. 1948 %  AT A '•' t Drug Si i '.'. • St. MICHAEL ROSENBERGS LITTLE ROMANIA 2 WE DO CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS THE HOUSE OF EXCELLENT FOOD JOY AND LAUGHTER GREAT PERSONALITIES IN ONE EVENING S / TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION MEET ATT A BOY CETZKl ami His Hrovzville I football T*"| Every Night at 12 Midnight A Superb CM! of Entertainers and the Groat Cantor From Pokvps<\ v Very Good Mi<'|sli4>l Kanaric Every Evening at 9 O'Clock EXTRA! EXTRA! Every patron bringing a party of 6 or more to the ^J show will be presented with an autographed *"***.,, at a Football Game" or "Shepshel Kanaru* Our famous Rumanian food is prepared under ^J* supervision of our famous chef. Sam H**" For Reservations Call 5-1441 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY 9 and 12:30


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 6, 1948

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 6, 1948

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01044

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
V0LUME 21-NUMBER 6
U J A Leaded Schedule
Campaign Report Meeting
The first report meeting for all workers enrolled in all divi-
sions of the UA campaign other than the metropolitan unit will
lake place next Wednesday night (February 11) at Federation
quarters. Reports of campaign progress will be submitted by
Sam Blank and Max Orovitz, co-chairmen of the initial gift unit;
Abraham Goodman and Wm. D. Singer, co-chairmen of the
special assignment unit; Jack Ab-'S-------'-----------------------------------------
1 H-nai It i ilI. Votes
Against Assembly
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
UN Commission Requests
Support in Palestine Strife
Phillips, co-chairman of the win-
ter residents unit; Stanley C.
Meyers; E. Max Goldstein and
Herbert Scher, co-chairmen of
the trades unit; Marcie Liberman,
frying Fankel, Joseph Gardner
and Sam Lachman, co-chairmen
of tin hotel division; Fred Gross-
berg, chairman of the young adult
unit; Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. S.
C. Myers, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger
and Mrs. Joseph Rose, co-chair-
men of the women's gift unit and
Abe Cannes, chairman of the
youth unit. .
Other campaign meetings
scheduled for the week are the
following:
SundayRabbi Irving S. Lehr-
man will address a brunch of the
hotel division at 10:30 a.m. at
the White House Hotel. Harry
Simonhoff will be the principal
speaker at a meeting of physi-
cians to be held at 8:30 p.m. at
the home of Dr. Leonard Jacob-
son.
MondayThe winter residents
division, under the co-chairman-
ship of Jac Albin, Jack Dubin-
sky and David Phillips will hold
an organizational meeting at the
home of Jack Ablin at 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Fanny Barzilai, who is here
on a speaking tour for the United
Jewish Appeal, will address the
newly formed Young Adult Di-
vision at its organizational meet-
ing at Federation quarters at
8:30 p.m. Fred Grossberg is chair-
man of this division.
TuesdayHarry Simonhoff will
address a dinner meeting of the
furniture division to be held at
6:30 at the home of Sam Lipton,
who, with George Wolpert, is
co-chairman of the division.
WednesdayA women's divi-
sion workers meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Abra-
ham Goodman, chairman at 1:30
(Continued n Page 4)
CJA Announces
Formation Of
eakers Bureau
Formation of a Speakers Bu-
reau for the 1948 Combined Jew-
sh Appeal was announced yes-
terday by Joseph R. Stein, cam-
paign chairmen. Named as co-
chairman of the bureau are Mrs.
Max Dobrin and Mrs. Dorothy
Fink
The Speakers Bureau plans an
extensive program of coverage of
a" meetings of local Jewish or-
B&nizations. At these meetings
members of the bureau will pre-
sent the story of the 1948 cam-
Pa'gn, outline its objectives and
make a plea for volunteer work-
ers, as well as for the coopera-
on of the entire community.
Mrs Dobrin and Mrs. Fink, in
a joint statement issued yester-
day, urged that anyone who feels
pipped to serve on the Speak-
ers Bureau should volunteer
^rvices in this capacity. Materials
ar>d information have been as-
sembled to aid the speakers in
(Continued on Page 4)
WASHINGTON, (JTA)A US-
man special B'nai B'rith commit-
tee this week unanimously voted
against joining the American
Jewish Assembly, off shoot at
the American Jewish Conference
In a two-day closed meeting
here, the committee, which was
established at the B'nai B'rith
Supreme Lodge Convention last
May, decided that the plan to
organize a permanent American
Jewish Assembly would postpone
rather than achieve "a substan-
tial unity" of Jewish organiza-
tions. A resolution adopted with-
out dissent pointed out the lack
of agreement among major na-
tional Jewish organizations re-
garding an Assembly and em-
phasized that B'nai B'rith's de-
cision does not diminish "its
traditional commitment to the
ideal of unity in American Is-
rael."
The resolution expressed hope
for some basis of agreement
among Jewish agencies "on a
consultative body that will pro-
vide the outlet for common ac-
tion in the interest of Jewry. The
B'nai B'rith," it concluded, "is
determined to continue its search
with all who share this view for
a means that will achieve this
end."
Senators Confer
On Palestine
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A!
delegation of Senators is being
formed to take up the question
of Palestine on the highest Ad-
ministration levels, it was learned
here, following a meeting of 70
Senators and Representatives with
Dr. Emanuel Neuman, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America. There is reason to be-
lieve that the Palestine question
will be discussed in the near
future at a meeting of the Cabi-
net, Dr. Neumann said.
Dr. Neumann reiterated his
warning to the Senators and Con-
gressmen that the situation in
Palestine would deteriorate fur-
ther if it is not firmly checked
now.
LAKE SUCCESS, OTA)The United Nations Palestine Com-
mission, which is charged with the implementation of the parti-
tion decision of the General Assembly, this week submitted its
first monthly report to the Security Council, making it clear that
the Council will have to back the authority of the Commission
with "adequate means" if the U.N.. decision is to be enforced.
Pointing out that the Palestine *
' are made available to the Com-
mision for the exercise of its au-
security position has declined
steadily and that there is increas-
ing deterioration in the civil ad-
ministration, the fifteen-page re-
port says:
"All information thus far avail-
able to the Commission leads to
the conclusion that the situation
in Palestine as regards both se-
curity and civil authority is more
likely to worsen than to improve.
The Commission envisages the
possibility of a collapse of se-
curity and administrative serv-
ices on the termination of the
Mandate unless adequate means
Sp
Hotel Men Pledge
$100,000 To UJA
Members of the hotel industry
of Greater Miami at a buffet
supper at the Lord Tarleton given
by Pa and the Jacobs Family last
Wednesday night, set the pace for
the other units in the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal by pledg-
ing a total of over $100,000 to-
ward the industry's quota of
$500,000.
Marcie Liberman. Mayor of
Miami Beach and chairman of the
hotel division, presided. The
guests were welcomed by Al
Jacobs.
Speakers were Sam Blank, co-
chairman of the initial gifts unit;
Harold Goldenberg, of Minnea-
polis, national UJA co-chairman
of trade and industry; and Sam
Rothberg. of Peoria. Illinois, na-
tional UJA initial gifts chairman.
Co-chairmen with Mr. Liber-
man of the hotel division are Irv-
ing Frankel, Sam Lachman and
Joseph Gardner.
Guests at the affair included
Arthur Adler. Abe Allcnberg.
Charles Cohen. Harry CornWum.
Harry Dinnerstein. Major Ede -
son, Leon Ell, Jack Bsterkes^SU
Birnbaum, Joe Fenias. Irv.ng
Frankel. George Goldberg; S A.
Goodman, Jennie Grossinger Abe
Halperin, Abraham Hyman Ralph
LaXman.DaveLevinson.Mauncc
. ..:_ rrv Maurer, Berth.
Levin Murray Maure
Jack Muravchick.
TbSurss
Malamut,
Marcie 1
David Porvin,
Hiram Robinson. Leo Robinson
Joseph Rose. Louis Koren Han*
Koretzsky. Morris Schwartz. *
liam Silverste.n. Harry S.mberg
Ed Singer. Harry f'**,rv,ng
Weinberg and Paul Zerler.
News Briefs
.\jjji'in'v Mobilizes Jewish Leaders
NEW YORK, (JTA)Jewish Agency spokesmen indicated here
that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who was originally scheduled to leave
England for Palestine, has been urged by Agency headquarters here
to change his plans and proceed immediately to New York because
of the serious turn of events which has taken place in this country
regarding developments in Palestine. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver was
summoned to return from Palestine at once for the same reason. Dr.
Weizmann is expected to arrive in New York this week. Dr. Silver
may arrive earlier by plane. One of the reasons for the intensified
mobilization of top Zionist leaders in this country is the fact that
some afficials in Washington seem to be determined to undermine
the carrying out of the United Nations partition decision.
Czech Jews t-iven Voting Rights
PRAGUE, (JTA)Jews resident in Czechoslovakia in 1930 who
declared themselves of Jewish nationality in that year's census will
be entitled to register and vote in the coming elections, it was an-
nounced here. Other persons who did not register as either of Czech
or Slovak nationality in 1930 will not be entitled to vote, the an-
nouncement said.
Ilouniania Permits .1IM Expansion
BUCHAREST. (JTA)--An agreement which will enable the
Joint Distribution Committee to increase and expand its relief and
reconstruction activities in Rumania was reached here this week-end
between Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, J.D.C. European director, and gov-
ernment officials. Dr. Schwartz reported that as a result of the
agreement all J.D.C. supplies will henceforth be admitted into the
country duty-free. Arrangements were also made regarding the
transmission of J.D.C. funds into Rumania.
Britain Kejeets Palestine Militia
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The British Government this week
notified the United Nations that recruitment of an armed militia will
not be allowed in Palestine prior to the termination of the Mandate
Preoaratorv measures for the establishment of the militia would
similarly be prohibited, except those compatible with previous state-
ments of PolK-v made by British representatives before the United
Nations Alexander Cadogan, head of the British delegation of the
nN also served notice on the members of the Implementation Com-
mission, warning them that they cannot enter Palestine prior to two
weeks before the termination of the Mandate.
Itclief Agencies Laek Coordination
WASHINGTON. (JTA) Greater coordination of the activities
# voluntary relief organizations in the United States which are
raising funds for aid abroad was urged by the House Foreign Affairs
Sub-Comm>ttee on Displaced Persons in a report issued this week.
Truman Urges Halt off Prejudice
WASHINGTON, (JTA)President Truman this week sent to
Ponarcls a special message on civU rights in which he emphasized
h."S for legislation to create a Fair Employment Practices Com-
tne ntia iui u-e f th Just ce Department's S*tion on
dvu'rtgh ^ to a"d ','u'n headed by an Assistant Attorney-General.
Th,. President also called on Congress to equalize the opportunities
?nr resfdents of te United States to become naturalized, citizens.
a Lnff of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are being given spe-
ASr h trainmi! so that they may render more effective service in
thfintstfgaUoli of Federal Civil Rights abuses, Mr. Truman re-
vealed. __________ ______
Visaless Jews Deported To r vnrcss
Two hundred and eight visaless Jewish immigrants apprehended
il* .J! runner off the Palestine coast were this week deported
"";! fiSn ', BriUsh, deportation ferry. The British boarding party
t0J?Z res stance s it look control of the refugee vessel named the
met no rsls*?n h". of 35 Haganah members who died in an Arab
"Thnty-Frre l?^*"^ middle of last month. The trans-
ambush, near K.fa. Ttzion in e ^.^ ^ ^ tadfcnt
shipment m Ha a "ai ,ed to have embarked at an Italian port,
BMSHSKE sTwonien and 12 children in their early teens.
thority."
The Commission is now devot-
ing "most serious attention" to
the various aspects of the security
problem, with particular refer-
ence to the possible need for an
international force to be sent to
Palestine, the report reveals. "This
matter will be the subject of a
special report to the Security
Council," the document says.
The report virtually charges
the British Government with un-
willingness to cooperate in the
carrying out of the U.N. decision.
It emphasizes the fact that the
British rejected the U.N. recom-
mendation that a port for Jew-
ish immigration be opened by
February 1st in the Jewish area
of Palestine and cites other in-
stances of British non-coopera-
tion.
The Commission objects espe-
cially to the British insistence
that its members should not enter
Palestine until two weeks before
the termination of the Palestine
Mandate. Making it clear that the
Commission's presence in Pales-
tine is urgent for the successful
accomplishment of its mission,
the report declares that it "does
not find satisfactory, the sugges-
tion that the Commission should
not come to Palestine until ap-
proximately a fortnight before
the termination of the Mandate."
On the other hand, the report
credits the Jewish Agency with
cooperating in the implementa-
tion of the U.N. decision. At the
same time, it points up the con-
tinued Arab refusal to join in the
preparations for Arab statehood
and promises to devote a future
report to the Commission's analy-
sis of the "implications of this
refusal."
In reference to the future ac-
tivities of the Commission, the
report emphasizes that its work
of delimiting boundaries, pre-
parations to ensure the continui-
ty of essential public services, se-
lection and activation of Provi-
sional Councils of Government,
creation of an armed militia and
negotiations relating to an Eco-
nomic Union "can be effectively
undertaken only when the Com-
mission is present in Palestine."
It also stressed that in view of
the highly technical nature of
the problems involved in im-
plementing the U.N. decision and
the limited time available to the
Commission, the "Commission at-
taches the greatest importance to
the progress of its negotiations
with the Mandatory Power."
On the economic aspects of the
problem, the report states that
a preliminary study of these as-
pects has been made, that it has
taken steps toward the appoint-
ment of a Preparatory Economic
Commission and that it has out-
lined a number of problems
which must be dealt with. It says
that the Commission is laying the
basis for the opening of exten-
sive negotiations with the Man-
datory.



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PAGE TWO
Dade Chest Campaign Underway;
Additional Volunteers Needed
Although more than 2.000 vol-
unteer workers are combing
every section of Dude County in
the 1948 campaign of the Com-
munity Chest, more men and
women solicitors are needed if
the goal of S848.597 is to b
tained. according to O. C. C
drive chairman.
The campaign is slated to wind
up J'eb. 17. but Corbin is op-
timistic over enthusiasm dis-
played in the first week's ac-
tivity.
"Our organization is click
he said. "If we have sufficienl
workers on the job throughoul
the county, there's no question
but what we shall attain the
goal needed to provide fun I
the operation of our 21 lied
Feather services."
The first report meeting was
set for Friday, Feb. 6. Others are
slated for Tuesday. Feb. 10; Fri-
day, Feb. 13 and :
17."
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MDAY. FEBRUARYS,
1948
+Jewish Fhrldfan
PAGE THREE
etters To The Smoker Feb. 11
k,The Bditor:
lt has come I"
> three pi "1S
fh StlM trgun Zwal Leum.,
**S* fund, on Miam,
,(11,h- terrorist organ.za-
* \ s that some well-
Mitouristt and even local
fea" taken in by their
HfrLd actually making
teSbuu...... under the misap-
Knu.i that their money is
fcT" 'table and re-
iblc '' underground
our attention
claiming to
General Eisenhower was named
commander of all American, Brit-
ish and Allied forces, numbering
about fifteen million. But the
Jewish forces in Palestine, num-
bering less than one hundred
thousand, have to be divided in
three separate commands, ob-
structing each other.
Respectfully yours,
HARRY SIMONHOFF.
bonsiu
Uy in Pal' ''''
to
the
the
Having
Iretz brael,
believe it is important
I. fv the (infusion that exis
trtaii ,as t0
"jltimate "'' mlllt,a ,n
Bolv Land
jUSt returned from
I wish to state
the military
dJrecogmz. I by the Yshub is
'Hagaxa and not the Irgun.
neHagV" ; tne batkinS and
tawipporl the Jewish Agency,
L World !list Organization
.j thc 11. i., hut, which is the
Krti-erful I group in Eretz
Israel Its 'ngth, as far as I
ttuld gath. is from 60,000 to
nun and women. The Ha-
wjll bi i authorized mili-
the Jewish State
Dear Editor:
Would you please allow me the
.pportunity to express my per-
sonal views on a subject that has
bothered me for a long time, 1
have recently heard that Halutzim
in Palestine work not only on
.he Shabbos, but work and eat
on Yom Kippur. This sacrilegious
news of our homeland made me
wonder of Zionism.
Zionism. Zionism? What has
Zionism obtained for the Jewish
people? A State! A State, yes,
but is it in the name of G-d?
Two thousand years ago we had
a Jewish State. It was destroyed.
Why? Lack of Torah! After the
Babylonian conquest we had a
Jewish State. It also was de-
stroyed. Why? Lack of Torah:
And today we will again have a
Jewish State, but it will never
succeed unless it is built upon
the principles of our Torah. The
.vay we are going now this is
llmost impossible, because not
inly must the State be by Torah,
who operate on I >ut the Jewish people must live
by the Torah.
I believe that if every Zionist.
nstead stine. would fight also for
Torah, then we would have Eretz
Israel. If this great movemen!
vould become Torah-Zionist. a
novement for the observance of
1-d's law. we would have, Pales-
ine. We would go back under
he banner of G-d. under tht
hield of David, his servant!
Now that we do have Palestine
et's build it the way our G-d
vants us to. Let the words Torah
Hid Zionism be identical. When
ve make these two words in-
eparable, the law will truly go
"orth from Zion forever.
MARVIN ZALIS
1668 S.W. 14th Ter.
Miami.
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0n the other hand, the Irgun
variously i stimated from 5,000
7,000 pei '- while the Stern
frig is con ed to have about
memhi Ph< y arc the "dis-
den'. gri
own 1 know for a fact
at the overwhelming majority
iple in Palestine
insider tl se two groups a
armful n and a possible
dents of Great-
Miami b( asked to contribute
ii dissident grout
raig a ation campaign
hen all energies of tin
lewish c n nnity are directed
ward th. linmenl of a quota
lung, honorabk
lals uf Ji '. ish philanthropy':
the Irgu i self-sacrificing
it claim.- be, then why can
is group n I join forces witl
a1 se interests ar*
rved wl n several Jewish
'armies'' in Palestine are work-
i poses in the face
apenlm. ituation? Is it nec-
ary to .,,. three separate
nuts in p lestine conduct-
in utter disregard ot
ach othi
The Jewish community of
ftater M would perform
true service in registering its
Approval the confusion cre-
W by bui groups as the Irgun
d Stern G ngs. We should let
lestine kn .-. that American
Wy frowns on this fragmenta-
n-on this dissipation of
ftngth thi stern disunity and
' During World War II.
Men's Club of Temple Israel
will have its annual Smoker in
Kaplan Hall of the Temple at
8 p.m.. Wednesday evening. The
affair inaugurates the member-
ship campaign of the Men's Club.
All men of Jewish faith in the
Miami area are invited to attend.
An evening of fun and frolic
with refreshments, entertain-
ment, smokes and "all thc trim-
mings ot a smoker," is promised
by Col. Michael M. Isenberg,
chairman of the membership
committee. On his committee are
S. Edward Fink, Edward A.
Klein, Harry Diamond, Bernard
Stein, G. Lewish Mendelsohn and
Charles Greenberg.
Among those public officials
who have been invited to attend
this affair as honored guests are
Mayor Robert L. Floyd of Miami,
Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi-
ami Beach, City Manager Richard
E. Danner, Sheriff Jimmy Sulli-
van, City Commissioners Quigg,
Charles. Gardner and Palmer,
States Attorney Glenn C. Mincer
and Robert L. Taylor, county so-
licitor..
Jerome Cohen is president of
the Men's Club.

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Dr. Maurice Greenfield
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Dr. Maurice M. Greenfield has
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was previously engaged as radio-
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*Jewlst>ncrktian
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6,
1948
EDITORIAL
WiSE PHILANTHROPY
Both our friends and out enemies have ad-
mitted with admiration of thi formei
and with resentment on the part of the lattei
that lews do tee', a d rton to care
for the less fortunate in theii midsl ["he phrase,
"We take care of oui own is a maxim adhered
to by all Jews
Because oi the uctance on the part of out
people to refuse am '=?'." :-e-
may serve to benefit ellow-Jewi consider-
able confus on and ses ica-
lion of effort was foi many years permitted and
even encouraged -. : s condition .
e.-s in U Bar"
ago orgar.i: ~ *'a"
lo co-ore a this are
seas Th s eirorts has
met with ,;.- ; : there

j .. me s ed* your poor,
I four >_-'.; t I "-. yearning to breathe fat)
"/";-.-"f i"-' vfyour tee* ng here .
'-: homeless,te*- Tost to mC
. : lift "my (^tp beiiJe the oo/de* door!
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charitci i -: :.- to
relieve.
Greatei Mian rton .s orgc
serve the Jewish co: Utilize .: wraely sc
thai oui colle cti\ re.....s :
results foi l the needs :: ;_-
people.
DR. KAPLAN'S "SPARKST
v., ..;._ >unce the publical
:: Dj Jacob H Kaplan's Sparks From a Mental
A book some one said .s not r.-.easured
length ;: time .t takes to undersl
This book contains whole chapters in Bingle
s .': .s i ... suggestive tl
rted to make the reader step and
.. It is his at humanity, and that means
will begin to reconstruct our religion,
3Ui tent our economics, our soc.al be-
:: tc fit tomic ore into which we
-;e now entering.
7: Kaplan 7 Emeritus of Temple Israel,
the community well. The venerable
gent ten of himself to
is fellowman deserves a welcome
is publication which Dr. Kaplan
rs amonc oincj achievements of
sis careei
JEWISH MVSiC
Those forces in our Jewish community wu I
want to promote the best music and, in particula,
those who are striving with might and main to
cultivate an indigenous Jewish culture in ,-J
country are hailing the coming of Jewish Musk;
Festival, which being observed nationally and
internationally from January 24th to February
22nd, under the auspices of the National Jewish
Music Council.
This fourth annual celebration, conducted by
the Council, which is sponsored by the National
lewish Welfare Board, aims to "encouraqe in.
terest and participation in Jewish music activities I
on a community basis."
It is safe to assert that not since the
Music Festival in 1944 has the interest and.|
sponse of JWB, afffiliated Jewish Community
Centers, and Synagogue Council of America, and
Jewish fraternal and cultural groups been sol
keen. To meet this interest, the Jewish Music
Council has dispatched widely hundreds of post-
ers, bibliographies, lectures and sundry aids lor I
the guidance of celebrants. It is of course a souiojl
of great satisfaction to the Music Council thatl
nationally celebrated symphonies- the New York I
Philharmonic, the Rochester, and others, as weUl
as radio networkshave announced their in.|
tention to participate-
Locally the cantors have united and formed!
a Cantors association. A Jewish Music Council
has been organized for the purpose ot fostering!
the study and appreciation of Jewish music. The!
council is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewiikl
Education, the Miami and Miami Beach YMHAiJ
in addition to the cantors association. Both arc
are planning an active musical education
gram not only for this period but for the entnl
year. This is well worth noting.
The Jewish Music Festival is so far as
gives an impetus to the performance of the fins
in Jewish music has the effect of raising
general cultural level of the American Jew
community.
I'OMMI'MTY CHEST
Convincing our residents of the value of l
Community Chest should be unnecessary. "
annual campaign for Chest contributions is und
way. Volunteers are soliciting pledges toward <
goal of S848.597, which has been established'
the minimum budget for the 21 Chest-supports
services in the local community. Among
many responsibilitis as citizens, the Chest ra
as a major one. Respond when called upon! I
CJA Creates Xew Cardiac Plans
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Available To Public Thursday For Jewish Community Cent
and Cantor Malavsky and his oldal
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First Report Meetings
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FRIDAY-
FEBRUARY 6. 1948
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PAGE FIVE
Mrs. Pont Announces Engagements of Daughter and Son
Dorothy Goldstein Plights Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gold-
stein of 5828 Pine Tree
Drive, Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Dorothy
Rae, to Lt. Walter Elliot
Berman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Matthew Berman of
Chicago, Illinois.
Miss Goldstein was
graduated from Miami
Beach High School and is
now a graduating senior
at Northwestern Universi-
ty. She is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi soror-
ity.
Lieutenant Berman at-
tended the University of
Illinois Pie-Medical and
Medical Schools, interned
at Mount Sinai Hospital in
Chicago, and is now a
Flight Surgeon at MeClel-
lan Field in Sacramento.
California. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Delta Eta frat-
ernity.
No date has been set for
the wedding.
Miss Goldstein
Miss Dolly Pont
Mrs Sadie Pont of 2611 S.W. 5th Ave. an-
nounced this week the engagements of both her
daughter. Dolly, and her son, Harold.
Miss Pont who has set her wedding dale for
April 4. was betrothed to Dave Horn, son of Mrs.
Rose fjlickset and the late Benjamin Horn of St.
Louis Mo., and Denver, Colo. Pont's bride-to-be
is Miss Helen Zalkin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Zalkin, Charleston, S.C. _________
Miss Helen Zalkin
A long-time resident of Miami, Miss Pont was
graduated from Miami Senior High school and at-
tended Southern Business College. She is past
president of Emma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women. Her finance was educated in schools in
St. Louis.
Harold Pont, co-owner of the Rosedale delica-
tessen, is a graduate of Miami Senior High. Miss
Zalkin received her schooling in Charleston.
Mescheloff Address
Mizrachi "Women's Group
A fund-raising dinner for the
Women's Mizrachi organization
was held February 1 at the home
of Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom. 1820
S.W. Gth St. Proceeds from the
evening will be used for the
Mizrachi child restoration work.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was
guest speaker and Mrs. Emanucl
Karger, toastmistress. Cantors
Abraham Behrman and Maurice
Mamches led the group in sing-
ing and Mrs. Ted Landesman
gave a dramatic reading.
Golden Age Club
I Installs Officers
Mire than 300 members attend-
Ijd the first installation banquet
W the Golden Age Friendship
lt;b of the Miami YM & YWIIA
fit Sunday. February 1.
Leon Kaplan, president of the
[Miami YM & YWHA installed
the following officers: president.
Isaac Englander; 1st vice presi-
dent. Frank Weinstem; 2nd vici
president. Mrs. Louis Levitt:
secretary. Mrs. Gus Ginsberg;
I treasure!. Mrs. Paul Raff.
Ben Essen, vice president of
["the- "Y" and chairman of the
Adult Activities Committee, de-
livered the main address. Mr.
i Englandc: responded for all
elected officers, Included in the
program were musical selections
and humorous readings.
Meetings are held every Sun-
day at 3 p m. at the Y.
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Scond Floor
Workers Alliance
Cultural Program
Set For Feb. 29
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance- has scheduled a concert of
European artists with comedy,
music and drama, for Sunday.
February 29 at 8 p.m. It will be
held in the auditorium of Miami
Beach High school.
Diama Blumenfeld, dramatic
star from the prewar stage and
screen in Poland: Jonas Turkow.
outstanding dramatist; Jedidio
Epstein, famous opera star, high-
light the program along with Al
Harris, popular Jewish humorist,
and Max Lubetsky, composer-
pjpnlst.,
Tickets may be purchased for
$1.73 from any member of tin
Verband or by contacting the
chairman, J. P. Tan- at 541 -Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach, phone
58-8441.
Miami Congress Women
Plan Valentine Luncheon
A Valentine luncheon will be
held by the Miami chapter. Flor-
ida Women's division ol Ameri-
can Jewish Congress. Wednes-
day, at 12:30 in the Antilla hotel.
1108 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral
Gables. -
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, chairman
,if the affair, has planned cards
to follow the luncheon. She is
being assisted with arrangements
by Mrs. David Rabinowitz. and
Mrs. Ben Grossman. Reservations
may be made with Mrs. Hayden
at 2331 S.W. 21st Ter.
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The Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club will meet on
Wednesday, February 11. at the [J
National Hotel, at '.2:30.
The guest speaker will be
Abraham Goldstein of Hartford.
Conn, a vice president of the
National Zionist Organization,
who will deliver a talk on the
latest developments in Palestine
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Flag Presentation
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Dedidcati in exi rcis s f the
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Max Shapiro, program
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*Jmisti fkwkhan
PAGE SEVEN
B'nai B'rith Honors
Naval Chief of Staff
L. ading U. S. military and gov-
,,t leaders and heads of the
major veterans organizations of
lh(. country joined with B'nai
B'ntli m honoring Admiral Louis
gd Denfeld, newly appointed
Chief "f Naval Operations, at a
testimonial dinner Monday, in
lh,. Congressional Room of Hotel
s E. Albert Pallot repre-
; Miami as a member of
itional Veterans Advisory
Committee of B'nai B'rith.
1 is was Admiral Defifeld's
public address since assum-
tis new duties recently as
, tlf Naval Operations, cli-
nw-v "g career of 36 years in
the United States Navy. He was
presented by Congresswoman
gdith Nourse Rogers, chairman
of tin; House Committee on Vet-
erans Affairs, who was the honor
a year ago.
uary 2 being the eve of
the fifth anniversary of the sink-
ing of the USS Dorchester, a
,,,. al memorial tribute was
made to the Four Chaplains, who
gave their lives that others may
live Dr. Daniel A. Poling, lead-
ing American churchman and
father of one of these heroes,
ted tlte service and de-
scribed the "Chapel of Four
i plains," which he is building
in his church in Philadelphia as
a l:ving memorial to American
111 '.
Congress Chapters Unite For
Sixth Annual Honor I nneheon
Plans are being completed for*-------------____________
the sixth annual donor luncheon
of the Florida women's division,
American Jewish Congress, to be
hold Monday. Headed by Presi-
dent Mrs. Louis Glasser, the af-
fair is scheduled for the Little
Roumania, Alton Rd Miami
Beach.
Miami, Miami Beach and Es-
ther chapters are all participat-
ing in the event which is dedi-
cated to the late Mrs. Louise
Waterman Wise, wife of Rabbi
Stephen Wise and founder of the
division. Michel Rosenberg will
be master of ceremonies.
Mrs. Mickey Michaels is divi-
sional chairman; Mrs. John Soifer,
chairman of Miami Beach chap-
ter; and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mi-
ami.
Proceeds from the afternoon
are to be used for AJC's work in
furthering equal rights for all
Americans as recommended by
^resident Truman's statement to
congress on civil rights.
Beach Y Inaugurates
Dramatic Group
A tenn-age dramatics group
under the direction of Jeanette
Tupler of radio station WMBM
will get under way with a meet-
ing to be held at the new Miami
Beach YM & WHA. 1536 Bay
Road, Tuesday evening, at 7:30
p.m.
Miss Tupler has planned the
organizational session so that
teen agers may air their views
find desires as to the type of
groups they would like to sec
formed. She reports that forty-
five boys and girls have already
indicated their interest in a
dramatics group and many more
are expected. All teen agers have
been invited.
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llrown JWV Post
.V rangements are being made
a show and dance to be given
i Norman Bruce Brown Pos:
No. 174, Jewish War Veterans.
uary 15 at the Dade County
Armory, N.W. 7th Ave. Proceeds
of the evening will be divided
ween the honor guard of the
post and the fund for the new
home.
1'iper Manning and his or-
ehestra will furnish music for
during and the entertainment
mpaniment Beginning at 9
p the evening includes sou-
and entertainment.
ther plans will be discussed
the next meeting of the group
I : e held Monday evening at
: i in the Workmen's Circle
1. i urn, 1545 S. W. 3rd St.
Miami Delegates At
Regional Conference
Miss Toby Cooper, vice presi-
dent, and Miss Florence Hilde-
brandt. membership chairman of
the Greater Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah, represented the chap-
ter at the Southeastern regional
conference held in Charleston, S.
C. last weekend. Miss Roslyn
Drosd, acting chairman of the
newly formed Town group, was
a delegate from her unit.
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PAGE EIGHT
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwartz of 918 S.W. 14th Ave an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Laura Sue. January 22 in Vic-
toria hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Auslander, 1520 N.W. 1st St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Weinberg, formerly of Baltimore,
Md.. have joined their son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney H. Moss at 2356 S.W. 12th St. Ms. Moss is the former
Elaine Weinberg of Baltimore.
-* -*
Marwin Shepherd Cassel is home from the University of
Florida to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cassel. 410 N.E.
17th St. Wilbur Margol of Jacksonville, another student from
the university, is the houseguest of the Cassels during the mid-
term vacation.
* *
Mr. .and Mrs. William Moss, now residing a*. 2020 S V.'
St., have as their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clateman
of Pittsburgh. .The Moss family is forme::- oi Monessen Pa.
-* *
Miss Felice Blum of Rockawcy Park, Long Islar.;:
ing her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanl. : C Myers at 512
S.W. 12th Ave. for several weeks.
* *
Honorable David H. Weiss of the P State
legislature is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Greenfield. Mr.
Weiss is from Monessen, Pa. as are the Greenfields who are
now residing at 2016 S.W. 2Cth St, Mi
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Pcul Raff of 828 S.W. 13th Ct. have I
son-in-law and daughter Mr. a:.r. ":s. Alexander N. Sohmer
and son, Jack Henry all :: Forest Hills N. V in town for the
month of February. They are staying crt the Coral Reef h
Miami Beach. Jack Henry has entered the University of Miami
where he will continue his studies lis parents return
home.
* *
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Murray Cor.e:: of Brighter., Mass.. are the
houseguests :: their niece, Miss Lynne Hopner of 729 Euclid
Ave Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs ick of 1612 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach have Mr. Pollack's mother, Mrs. Rebecca Hudes of New
York City, and Mrs. Pollack's sister, Mrs. Henrietta Lear o!
Chattanooga Term., spending the month with them.
* *
Mrs. Sam Wein and her daughter Rhoda from Waterville,
Maine, are spending a month's vaacation at the Atlantic Towers.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larick are vacating at the Atlantic
Towers. Miami Beach, where they will remain for six weeks.
Mrs. Larick is the former Mrs. Eva Plant.
Miss Audrey Becker j
Announces Engagement
I M'ss Audrey
3< I I
. ; eci nl
nd Mrs Irving
I creek Drive,
: >n for
.
S
,1
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1949
li.-liliHiiM'r-UardnorBethrotfial
A....IM..M By Parent* This We*k
. .1 u,.,u,iii. rtperpe in business admini-i..
Announcement of the bethroth
,, (lf Miss Marion Richheimer,
iter of Mrs. Lillian RUh-
heimer. 1135 S.W. 6th St.. and
lU- sigmund R'chheimer, to
Lloyd Gardner of Miami Beach
is being made this week. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Richheimer attended
,a m New York, her former
and is now a member of
lhe fratority of Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach.
,,. ispective bridegroom.
son of Mrs Sally Gardner of 1335
Pennsylvania Ave. and the late
Gardner, is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, and
,, ., ran 0f three and a half
in the Army with the signal
,:. ived his bachelors
degree in business administration
at the University last month and
is beginning his work in account-
ancy.
Miss Weinstein Selects
June Wedding Date
June has been chosen by Miss
Esther Weinstein for her mar-
riage to Robert F. Bloch of Mi-
ami Beach.
Ill IX .1 Ji
Announcement of the bcthroth-
Ihe L >1, Mi-
nd att
- '
nd Mrs. Abraham
ispec-
:i. will be gradu-
. y .n the
He served with the
\ :hi
Mrs. Engler Weds
Jack Daner Sunday
At high noon Sunday in the
n of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hohauser of Miami Beach. Mrs
Reba Engler Epstein became the
wife of Jack L. Daner. Rabbi
Colr.an A. Zwitman united the
Miami Beach couple.
The bnde. daughter of Mrs.
Anna Engler of Miami, practices
law in Miami. She attended the
Qn vi rsitj of Florida and re-
ceived her A B, and L.L.B. de-
al thi University of Miami
Daner is a member of Dade
County and Florida Bar associa-
tions, National Speakers Bureau
of the NFTS, Miami Woman's club
and is immediate past president
of Sisterhood of Temple Israel.
Mr Dane:, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Leo M. Daner-Hirsh of Wood-
bine. N. J.. and Miami Beach.
was a captain in the army air
serving four and a half
in Europe and as a liaison
officer in the Pacific theatre with
the Navy He studied at Rutgers
University and was graduated
from Muhlcnberg collei
Miss Weinstein
al was made recently by her
mother, Mrs. Lena Weinstein,
1340 14th Terr.. Miami Beach.
Plans are being* made for the
ceremony to take place in South
Haven. Mich., her summer home.
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PBJCAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948
+Jeisli nor/Man
PAGE NINE
Batncr Awards
\nnounvod
Charles A. Ratner Memorial
Scholarship of the Bureau of
wish Education has announced
,hc recipients of the tuition fee
UlarshiP for the Hebrew course
at the University of Miami, eve-
nine division:
Miss Dolly Fishbein, 2020 S.W.
04th Ter.; Miss Beverly Koch.
1129 N.W. 3rd St.; Anita Kessler,
-in 11th St.. Miami Beach; Her-
J L. Northrup. Jr.. 4701 S.W.
7th St.: Sheldon N. Lelchuk.
1J414 Alhambra Circle, Coral
I Gables; Carl Cohen. 3040 Aviation
live.; Aaron H. Zimmerman, 26
RW 26th St.
David Isen was the chairman
lot the committee composed of
I Mrs. Matilda Ratner and Rabbi
I Murray Grauer,
Registration for Hebrew, open
Ito Jews and non-Jews, is taking
[p]ace this week at the university,
Ifebruary 3 through February 6,
Ifrom 7 to 9:30 p.m. and February
I? from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It
L-:ll he conducted on Tuesday
land Thursday evenings, 7:15 to
18:30 pm. and will be a three
Tcredit com i
A. P. Cannes is the instructor.
[antor Sholom Katz
Concert Sunday
fo Aid School
A concert of Jewish Musical
hi will take place Sunday at 8
p.m. at Miami Jewish Orthodox
gregation featuring Cantor
jlom Katz. former chief can-
r of Kishinev.
Wlowing the traditional eve-
!service the program will in-
renditions of Yiddish, He-
brew, ami operatic songs. Other
irtistsare expected to participate.
Reservations may be made all
lay Sunday at the synagogue.
|90 S.W. 17th Ave.. Proceeds of
ihe concert are to benefit the
iligious school.
ire. Charles Tobin
atertains Officers
Mrs Charles Tobin of 5231 N.
Pay Road, Miami Beach, will en-
Rrtain the officers and board of
lirectors of the Temple Beth
Norn Sisterhood at luncheon.
I' ber home, on Monday. Mrs.
fobin is honorary president of
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6,
PAGE TEN
Frank Wright Manager
Warren Fuller Campaign
Frank S. Wright. Florida public
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acceptance of a post as state
campaign manager for Fuller
Warren in the current governors
,-ace. He will make his h l-
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Jacksonville, and at the end oi
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FHIfiAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948
+ki PAGE ELEVEN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak
mi M srs, Karl Marx and Abra-
Iki.u Lincoln." Sabbath Service
,,i 1D45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of
Bruce and Richard Julein. Sun-
(ii\ School at 9:45 a.m. for chil-
from the ages of 4'2 to
14(3 High School of Jewish
Studies, Sunday morning at 9:45
.i for young people 15 years
OJ ,i and over. Hebrew Classes
iate weekday afternoons.
and girls from the ages of
7 13. Nursery School, children
from -'- to 5. daily morning ses-
sions.
REFORM
Vmple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th t.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
y evening services at 8:15
Rev. Andrew W. Gottschall.
S astern regional director.
Nat. nal Conference of Christians
U ws, will speak on the sub-
" Religion Hates Hate." A
s rhood reception follows with
J A Richter and Mrs. David
B n charge of the committee.
M Richter will kindle the Sab-
candles. The study group
will meet Saturday at 10
a.m Sabbath morning services at
11 a in. Rabbi Zwitman will
preai h on the Biblical Portion of
thi Week.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
liar Sabbath eve services
I lay at 8 p.m. Rabbi Raab will
:t the service and preach
i rmon on the subject "How
Be Happy Though Rich." Mr.
Mrs. Danna Wells will be
ist and organist respectively.
' lily social of the Sisterhood
M j at 8 p.m. Public invited.
The Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Fri lay night services at 9 p.m.
! Kaufman will speak. Sab-
morning services at 10 a.m.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff:
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
>ath eve children's service
1 p.m. Adult Friday eve-
i vice at 5:30. Friday night
at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff
will lecture on Reclaiming A
"' Cantor Feder and the
i!' Jacob glee club will lead
m il singing. Early Sabbath
service at 6:30 a.m. Reg-
ular S,,bhath service at 8:30.
preach on the subject
t Is Justice?" Intermediate
s for teen age youth at
V !. Freed man
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Ue. Also fop Hebrew Schools.
cnac iriD
Telephone 5-1017
?. an2- under the supervision of
the Board of Education. Junio,
Congregation for children of ele-
mentary school age at 10 a.m
under the supervision of Max
Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush
served to both groups by Mrs
Joseph Brenner and a Sisterhood
Committee. Bible study at 4 pan
with S. I. Friedman. Mincha at
o:30 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi will preach on the Por-
tion of the Week. Sunday school
at 10 a.m. Daily school 3:30 to
7 p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Raclcovky.
Friday night services at 5:15.
Saturday morning first minyan
at 7 a.m. Second at 8:45. Rabbi
Rackovsky will conduct Services
and speak on the subject "Free-
dom." A class on the biblical por-
tion of the week at 3 p.m. Rabbi
will speak on the portion of the
week at 3:1)0. Mincha at 4:30 fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos with
portion of zmiros. Daily morninj
services, first minyan at 7 a.m.
followed by a class in nnshna
Second minyan at 8. Daily min-
cha services at 5:15 followed bj
a class in Jewish laws and cus-
tom. Maariv at 6 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening service at 5:30
p.m. Late Friday night services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi April will
speak on "Laws of Justice." An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat-
urday morning services at 9 a.m.
Robert, son of Mrs. Leona Case
will be Bar Mitzvah. The con-
firmand will address the con-
gregation and the rabbi will re-
spond. Mincha at 4:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
will speak on the Portion of the
Law. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Daily Hebrew school 3:15 to 6:15
p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Services Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Late Friday night forum at 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach
on "These Are Our Laws." Re-
freshments will be served by a
Sisterhood committee. Services
Saturday 7:30 a.m.. and 9:30 a.m
Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Booth,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Booth. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. fol-
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""wed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Daily religious
school at 3:30 to 6 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shap.ro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late evening services Friday
M 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the subject "Is the U.N.
Another League of Nations?"
Services will be dedicated to the
Home for the Aged of Greater
Miami through its president. Mrs.
Etna Beck and her representa-
tives who will conduct the re-
sponses. Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Rand will be hosts at the recep-
tion in the auditorium after the
services. Floral offering has been
made by Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Cohen in memory of Mrs.
Cohen's mother. Mrs. Jennie S.
Levine. Sabbath services at 8:30
a.m. Students services at 10:30
a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David Washer
will be hosts at the Sunday morn-
ing Bar Mitzvah breakfast at 8:30
a.m. Adult discussion group Sun-
day 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. lead by
Rabbi Shapiro. Bible class meets
n the synagogue every morning
under the direction of Abraham
Levitan.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.-
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will
speak on "The Essence of Our
faith." Saturday morning serv-
ice at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak
on the Weekly Portion of the
Law. Theodore, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wiecler will become
Bar Mitzvah. Junior Congrega-
tion at 10 a.m. AZA-BBG break-
fast Sunday morning at 9 a.m.
for boys and girla over 13. Rabbi
Gerald Engel. director of the
Hillel foundation. University of
Florida, will be guest speaker
Hebrew Religious school Monday
through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30
a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
till noon Pre Kindergarten
school Monday through Friday
morning 9 a.m. till noon.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948
PAGE TWELVE
Afternoon Kites
Unties ltaskins
An early afternoon ceremony
at the home of Rabbi Max
Shapiro united Miss Beatrice
Burger and Irwin Raskin this
Sunday.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Burger of Brooklyn, the
bride was attended by her aunt,
- ^
Mrs. Florence Geier E
Raskin served as besl
his brother wh pa nts
Mr. and Mrs Wil
Miami and H
The couple
ami Sei His.
studied at the Unh
ida and was
cum laude from the 1
of Miami whi
A vet
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his -. L;u"
versity.
Female Cantor To
Chant Melodies
Freidele the Chazente. nation-
ally known female cantor, will
make her api Sunday.
,ary L5th. 8:30 p.m.. al
Beach High School
torium. 1420 Dn x< Ave
Tins Will b< onl>
appearance in Mia
Freidele has gained I
the
and is very ta
,dies that an i hanti
in the synag gui S
ter of 1

in Europe. She ha

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by a Marano in S|
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Dr. and Mrs. Rand
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"avoriti e inclu li I in Mop-
include
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Vt an Art 1
T i R( turn." and
Vivo La France."
nce ol the, artist Feb-
. :. In the Miami Beach High
school auditorium, her first time
.11 Miami, will be followed in
rie by Albert Spalding,
and Menahem Pressler.
X k< ts for thesi i oncerts
:.< obtained by contact-
Leo Huberman, 6-1061.
Tl e Family of the lat
MIRIAM KASHENSKY
tei ol Mrs, Abraham Kasow,
wish to thank their mai j friends
ir kmd expressions of sym-
pathy in our hour of bereavement
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1948
Hadassah Groups Hear Martha Sharp
"Guardian Angel of Children" at Brunch
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Mrs. Sharp
Mrs Martha Sharp, nationally
known for her work in saving
many European children during
,|u. war, will be guest speaker
for the regular monthly meeting
of the Miami
Beach and De-
borah groups of
Hadassah this
i Monday. H e r
(subject will be
"Youth Aliyah."
(The gathering
will be held at
il;r Steak House.
"*Avi\, Miami
Beach, beginning
at 12 noon.
Since 1940 Mrs. Sharp has con-
centrated much of her effort on
the >!iil(l rescue work of Youth
Aliyah, and became instrumental
in creating Children to Pales-
tine, Inc.. a Christian-Jewish
committee for the rescue of Jew-
ish refugee children through Ha-
dassah, She has made a recent
protracted tour through Palestine,
lavakia and France and
illy familiar through her
rehel work experience with the
plight of Europe's children, par-
ticularly Jewish boys and girls.
Mrs. Sharp and her husband.
the Reverend Waitstill Hastings
Sharp, have been called the
"guardian angels of European
Rose Chapter Project
Solicits Clothing
A drive to collect children's
clothing and toys for overseas
youth is being launched today by
Rose Chapter, B'nai B'ri'.h Wom-
en. Mrs. Maxine Reinhard an-
nounced. 0
Children's clothing from in-
fanc) to twelve years of age are
y needed, Mrs. Reinhard
Btated, and can be donated by
telephoning Miss Betty Ann
Weintrub, 5-5926, after 6 p.m.
In addition to clothing, the
group is also collecting
art paper, paint sets,
dolls, drawing books, pencils.
i games of all types.
children." a title given by an
American dispatch in February
1946, from Prague, which told of
their long and distinguished serv-
ice to thousands of refugee chil-
dren and families since the out-
break of the war.
Also scheduled on Monday's
program are Miss Jeanette Tup-
ler of radio station WMBM and
Miss Ruth Wolkowsky. instructor
of piano at the University of Mi-
ami, in a dramatic musical pre-
sentation.
Those contemplating attend-
ance are asked to make reserva-
tions as soon as possible by con-
tacting: Mrs. Milton Wolf, Youth
Aliyah chairman, 5-2114: Mrs
Harry Platoff, 5-0162; Mrs Wal-
ter Cohen, 7-3597; Mrs. Sam
Prosterman, 5-3082; Mrs. Benj.
B. Goldstein, 513895; Mrs. Alex
Straus, 5-7633; Mrs. Ben Gren-
ald. 6-2353: Mrs. Joseph Pomer-
nce, 6-1181.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBHY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Red Road Pood Market at I0L2 lOltf
Red Road, Miami, Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
BEN FEINBERG
ALBERT BARON. Parti
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg
: (-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to tngage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Anns Luncheonette .it 136 B Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Cleric ol
the Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida.
JAMEfl GERALD SECl'NDA
Sole c iwner
MARX FEINBERG
Attorney foi Applicant
2/6-13 20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nai......f
Empire Furniture Factory at 1223
N, E, 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I",.only, Florida.
EMPIRE FURNITURE CO.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
AttOI nc\ s for Applicant
i .. i.; 20 27 3 '
Haganah Benefits
A collection of $40 was raised
for the Haganah in Palestine at
a birthday party for Miss Rose
V an last Sunday. The affair
leld at the home of her
er and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Hy Silverblatt, 7801
N.W. 17th Ave. .
Income Tax Specialist
BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS
4 Years With the Internal
Revenue Bureau
LOUIS B. BUSH
Ph. 5-5272 5-3662
DAIRY]
BUTTER-EGGS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned a.....ngagliuj in busi-
ness under the fictitious name oi
PARK BAR, at 2542 Palm Avenue,
Hialeah, Fiomia. ana Intend t" reg-
ister said name with the Clerk nl
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
HAKItY SCHWARTZ,
ESTHER RAUZIN.
MARVIN RAUZIN.
WASMAN. SILVER A- BAKOWITZ.
Attorneys for Applicants,
l t-16-28-30 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
tin- undersigned, desiring t" engage m
LEGAL NOTICES
IV t?mDE.R, OF PUBLICATION
ii.. I',', ,!(l'1'1' COURT OF THE
III. .11 1.1.MAI. CIRCUIT IN AND
i"l. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
-IN HA.NCKKY, No 114495
''i > E I.ENTINE, Plaintiff, vs.
' ;' ';' LENTINE, Defendant.
I HI-. STATE OF FLORIDA;
I": PETER LENTINE,
" Painter Avenue
Wesl Haven, Connecticut
, hereby notified and ordered
" ",|"'.....the Bill of Complaint for
','\"'; filed against you in the above
"tyled cause on or before the 3rd day
ol March, 1948; otherwise Hi
11
hi
if
allega -
said Bill ..f Complain! will
taken as confessed agalnsl you.
i.ei this irder be published once a
four consecutive weeks In
news-
i 'ounty,
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN
paper published In Dads
l lated
1948.
this 2nd day ..f February,
H'lrcull Court
i: B WEATHERMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court,
Heal)
By M.
SAM SILVER
AttOI ney
1703 c 'ongl
Miami. Florida
2/6-13-20-27
GREEN,
puty Cleric
Bldg.
,M ORDER OF PUBLICATION
..'{ '', 1-'"",''1T COURT UK Till.
11111 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
,'-> CHANCERY, No. 114014.
1 Al I.A SEIQENHERU, Plalntlfl va
SOLOMON I.. SBIOENBERG, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
I": SOLOMON I. SEIOENBERG
1745 Fast 16th Street
Brooklyn, New York
v.,., are hereby notified and ordered
" appeal to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in tn
above-styled cause on or bel..... the
i.iii day ..i February. 1948, otherwise
the allegation or said Hill ..f Com-
plain) win be taken as confessed
agalnsl you.
1,1 I hli i e der be published one,- a
week for four consecutive wc
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, e news-
paper published in Dade County,
I lorlda
DATED this 13th day of January,
E B LEATHERMAN,
Cleric of Circuit Court.
i Ircult Court Seal.
By M.
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Bldg,
Miami, Florida
l. 16-23-30 2 6
C. GREEN,
1 leput)
th.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engai
business under the Fictitious nan.....t
Palace Poultry at 3040 Aviation Ave-
nue. Miami, Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name win. the Clerk of the
Clr-ull Court of Dade County, Flor-.
Ida.
JACOB 11 COHEN
Sole Qw ner,
: : 16 23 10 2 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business under the fictitious name of
Penn-Waj I'harmacj al 1443 Penn-
sylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dad.
County, Florida
ABRAHAM NEWMAN
SYLVIA NEWMAN
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for applicants.
I :m 2 6-13-20-27
.uslness u.....r the fictitious jmm "'
.I.A'II.KK Fool' SHOl' at L'.l Kasl
Flagler Street. Miami, F......la, Intend
to register said name with the Clei K
,,f the Circuit Curt of I'ade County.
Florida,
JACK (14 'I MM
EDWARD BOOAN
Petitlonei
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners.
| l :::; 30 I ,;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the ui.....rslgned. desiring to engage \n
IOSEPH POPPELAUER
THEODORF. I'.ARR .....
W \SM.\N. 8ILVER ft SAKOWI I/.
ttomeyi f"i Applicants
I 6-11-20-27 3/B____________________
XoilTH III AMI 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 & RETAIL EGGS FHESH DAILY
"SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"
Oil N, W. 2nd At.. CALL 9-9940
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRC I IT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114041.
JOHN MICHAEL BARl >NE. Plain'Iff,
vs. MARY PAULA BARONE, De-
fendant.
TO: MARY PAULA BARONE
ill", Tiffany Street
Bronx, New York
v.u are hereb) notified and re-
quired to appear t.i the mil of Com-
plaint filed in the shore styled cause,
on or before February 13, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order b<- published once week
for not less than four successive
weeks in The Jewish Florldlan,
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida
Dated this 13th day of January,
1948,
!: I: l.l-JA I lll'.K.UAN,
Clerk ni circuit Court.
: i !ourt S.-..U
Bj W.M. W. BTOCK1NO,
Deputy Clerk.
MII.T' >\ A. FRIEDMAN
Attornej at Law
1023 Sej bold Muilding
.Miami. Florida
1 16-23-30 2 ci
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
l.usiness under the fictitious name .it
SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY
anil SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO, at
1317 North .Miami Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intends t,, register said name
with the Cl_,rk of the Circuit Court Of
Dade County, Florida
STEVE J. DURAL
Wasman. Silver ,v Sakowlta
Attorneys for Applicant
I so 2 8-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 111363.
MAN KLETTER, Plaintiff, vs.
ETHEL KLETTER, Defendant,
ni ETHEL KLETTER
581 Tlmpson Place
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Mill of Com-
plaint filed in the above st c led cause,
on or before February 27, I91S, other-
wlse the inn of Complaint will no
tak.-n as confessed against you. Let
this order he published once a Week
for not less than four successive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
publish,.,i i,, r>ade County, Florida.
Dated this 27 day ..r January, 1918.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
I'eputy Clerk,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Reynold Bldg,
Miami, Florid,,
1 :iu 2 '6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Fran-Sal Originals, Creators of Ladies
Fashion* al [534 Washington Avenue.
Miami Meacdi intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
t of Dade Count v. Florida.
SALLY GREISMAN
Sole owner.
Welnstein, Weinstein & Weinstein
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1/30 2/i; i:: :"-:'?
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lllh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR HADE COUNTY, i-i/.kida.
IN CHANCERY, No 114287.
SYLVIA WOLNEK, Plaintiff, \ |.
ROBERT WOLNEK, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ROBERT WOLNEK
113tn Stn
Foresl Mills. New York
Vou are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Mill of Complaint for
Divorce filed agalnsl you In the above-
-t J led cause on 01 before I lie _!.'.: d
day of February, IW8; otherwise the
allegation! ol Bald Mill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
J oil
Lei Ibis Order
a w u for lour e
th- JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
paper published in I'ade
Florida
DATED this 23 day of January,
1948,
i: It LEATHERMAN,
t'lerk of circuit Court.
| oui t Seal)
B> M.
be published once
ills-'cUtiVe Weeks IP
a newi
County,
SAM SILVER
Solicitor f.u Plaintiff
1703-j Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
l 30 2 6-13-20
i- GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
star Watch and Jewelry at 16 N.W
Is) Sti.et, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court Of i'ade County,
Floi Ida.
FLORENCE I'ELTZ
Sole iwner.
Weinstein, Weinstein and Welnsl
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1 9-16-23-30 :!/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Dolores Blousea at ir, n. e. nth
Street, -Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Florida.
-MAYER P. REINER
Sole Owner.
1/16-23-50 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at
301 N. .Miami Ave. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ABE KIRSCHENBAU.M.
1/30 2/6-18-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
llTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIAUI'i
COUNTY. IN CHAMCUKX, JNo.
114188,
NORMAN A. c.ILLEN, Plalntirf, vs.
MKI.I.i: OILMEN, Defendant.
YOU, BELLE GILLEN, o/o Oeneral
Delivery, SAN FRANCISCO, CALI-
FORNIA, are notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for di-
vorce, on or before February 19. 1948.
i a decree pro confMGO wili be en-
ter, ii against you.
MATED: January 20, 1948.
E. U. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk.
icircuit Court Seal)
My M. C. GREEN,
Ueputv clerk
WASMAN, SILVER and BAKOWITZ,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
I 23-30 -76-13
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Mill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
For DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No 114148.
MARGARET EVELYN STUBER,
Plaintiff, is JOHN EDWARD
STUBER, Defendant.
SUIT For DIVORCE
TO: JOHN EDWARD STUBER,
Steuben Street,
It ha. New York
YOU, JOHN EDWARD STUBER,
vchos, residence is slated above, are
hereby notified to file your appearance
In the above cans, for divorce on or
before February 24, 1948, otherwise a
decree pro confesso will he entered
Bgalnst you,
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, above Court.
: i !0U1 t Seal i
My M
NOCICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO \Vllo\i |T MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name statute," House Bill No.
117r., Chapter No. 20683, Laws ot
Florida, lf.41. will reglMter with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and tor
Made c 'ounty, 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
to engage In business at number 2200
Southwest Eighth Street, in the City
of Miami. Florida.
That the patties Interested In said
m -- enterprise, are as follows:
HENRY OILMAN
S' iPMIE OILMAN
RUDOLPH BCHER
SAMMY SCHER
JACK A ABBOTT
Attoi n,. for applicants.
I 6 13 -'u
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
19038
RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPH MILLER,
A K A JOSEPH GABBY MILLER,
A K A loSKPH (JAMIty, A K A
.11 E MAMMY. I le. eased
NOTICE is her.i.y given that I
have filed rnv final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator ..f the estate of JOSEPH MIL-
LER deceased: and that on the 1st
da) of March, 1948, "ill apply to the
Honorable w p, Hlanton County
Judge Of Mad.- County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate of JOSEPH MILLER, de-
,ease,I
This _'7tl. day of January, 194S.
FRANK MILLER.
WASMAN. SILVER & BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Administrator
I :iu i 6-13-20
MARlox BROOKS
Attorney for Plaintiff
819 olymplH Building
Miami. Florida
1 23-30 2/6-13
C. GREEN,
i'eputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Van I Mi Ion Company liml in. I H
1431 Washington *venu, .Miami
P.each Intends to sjrgistci said name
with th, clerk ol the fircult Court ot
pade County, Florida
\i irm \N O (VAN
ami
LEONARD M i'i IVAN
Parti
0 -', I S
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRtVIT COURT OF Tin;
nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMD
FOR DADE COUNTY, Kl/ORIOA.
IN CHANCERY, No. lllL'OU.
MOPE MOANE, Plaintiff, vs.
ROBERT E. DOAM1U, Defendant.
STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ROBERT E. DO.V.NE
Mill,oil. Hotel
Salem, Massachusetts
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
tyled cause on or before the 20th day
of February, pus, otherwise the al-
legations of said Mill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
\ oil.
Met this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
MATED this 20th day of January,
P'is.
B, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
.' iicuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, .111,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER -
1701 Congress Bldg.,
Miami IS, Florida
i, U-80 j/ci-13
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
i i.okiua. IN UlA.Mr.Hi .\o.
114111.
JAN COUFALL, Plaintiff, vs.
LUCILLE COUFALL, Defendant.
TO: LUCILLE COUFALL, 371700th
street. Jackson Heights, Queens,
New York:
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer |o the bill or
complaint for divorce filed against
you by JAN COUFALL, on or belore
16th day of February. 19IX, otherwise
the allegations of said bin win oe
taken as confessed agalnat you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 16th
da) of January, 194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1 TAMIA.NOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
1/33-30 L','6-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE. No.
20288,
In Re ESTATE OF
LEWIS LEWENSTE1N,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against tne
estate of lewis lewenstein de-
.-as.-,I, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. FRANK BLA.NTOlT,
County Judge of Dade County, and
HI. the name In his office In tne
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida,, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act. a
Dated January 8, A. D. 1948.
JOSEPH HURKHODZ.
As Executor of the Mast will and
Testament of LEWIS LEWJCN-
BTEIN, Deceased.
marry ZUKERNICK
A Homey for Executor
1/16-23-30 l!,cj

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PAGE FOURTEEN
m 7ew manifest destiny
By RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
Director. Department School Organization of Torah Umeso
Kabb AIM 0 -
Hon of Torah I'mew.rnh. il
:1ll-.l.iv Jewish ii hools i M
Jewish educators ai :
Pump- Rabbi.
tlonal facTl
will hold
aided In the I
Out of the confusion of facts that surround the post-wai
world one does stand out. And that is that the United States .s
rapidly becoming the world's hope for further development of
culture. It is in the light of this levelation that we can properly
appraise the phenomenal increase in the number of Jewish
day schools in the country. And a phenomenon it certainly is.
Whereas a few yeai -
schools were I nlj in Ni
York City, I .day they virtuallj
dot the continent. There are
ils in the S >uth. i ''
Bi F lal and -
the far West (L Ai eles i
San Francisco Calii S.
Wash.) All in all, I
106 all-day -
located in 15 si
To v '
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of Jewish edu
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Chevrolet Motor Names
Division Head
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letv.....nnounced
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BEACH
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
1850 Alton Rd. Phone 5-5844
MIAMI BEACH
R. A. Niceley. Funeral Director
MOUNT KEB0 CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympici Building Phone 3-3720
MONUMENTS
SPECIAL DESIGNS
nd
PRICES SUBMITTED
WITHOUT OBLIGATION
Call 4-3249
"Be Sure to Mark the
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Experinced In Miami
Since 1925
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At Popular Prices


FEBRUARY 6. 1948
-Jewlstfhrldlairi
PAGE FIFTEEN
f iVES OF OUR TIMES
JSRAEL ROKACH
r**.t V, NORMAN and SOL NODEl
!u i, RHODA B SIMON
ftc CITY OF TR-WN. WHICH CON-
STITUTES mvm Of THE JEWISH
population Of pwhtik, IS HEAKO
BYAMANWHOCWEUPnOMTHI
MNKS-
KN 0T- WHESTINIMI MINTS IN
JMFk 1H Ift9fe. ROKACH GREW UP
AMIDST BOTH JEWS AND AHUS.IEMM.
ING FROM CHUDHOCO THE ART OF C0-
OKRMION,
p0
ATTtt (OWUTIOM OF HIS STUWR AT UUSKHNE
AND ZURICH, SWITZERLAND IN I92O.I0KKH
CAME BACK TO PAUSTINE TO CONTIN-
UE HIS CAREER AS M ELECTRICAL EN-
GINEER.
ME SOON BECAME ACTIVE IN THE TEL-
AVIV COMMUNITY.IN 1922,HE WAS
ELECTED TO THE CITY COUHOl, AND BE-
CAME DIKCTC4 OF SEVERAL DEPART -
MENTS.
DURING TM NEXT FIVE YEARS.HE WAS A
AAEMBEROF THE CITY PLANNING
COMMISSION .PRESIDENT OF THE BUILD
INC COMMITTEE OF THE HAUMAH
THEATRE GROUP AND MEMBER OF
THE ORANGE SYNDICATE.
IN 1927 ROtCACH WAS CHOSEN VICE-MAYOR, AND IN I936.WAS APPOINTED MMOROF TEL-
AVIV BY THE HIGH COMMISSIONER. ROKACH DEVOTED All OF HIS ACTIVITY AND INTERESTS TO
MAKING TK-AVTV WHAT HE CALLS "THE FINEST CITY. IN THE WORLD". HE IMPROVED ITS WATER
AND SANITARY SYSTEM.ITS IDUCATIONAL.CULTURAL ANO SPORTS FACILITIES.
4llJ.
TODAY,TOURING THE US. ON BEHALF OF THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND, HE HAS BEEN WELCOMED BY MAYOR
O'OWYER OF NEW YORK.WHO ACCORDED HIM WIRY
HONOR GIVEN A HIGH-RANKING VISITOR.-..
IN 1947, MAYOR ROKACH WAS SENT TO A CONCENTRA-
TION CAMP BY THE BRITISH ALONG WITH OTHER PROM-
INENT JEWS IN RETALLATON FOR I MAIN ACTIVITIES.



OFF THE RECORD
Hebrew was among the five languages Bernard M. Baruch
ild read and converse in during his student days, John
shey tells in a recent issue of the New Yorker This writer
i a letter from Baruch ascribing his material and spiritual
iccess in life to the restraining influence of his mother .
iletter takes on added significance in the light of Baruch's
sure that whenever his mother saw him off to a party she
Id tell him "Remember, son, the blood of princes flows in
veins No one is any better than you, but you are no
tier than anyone else until you prove it." Baruch's sagaci-
| has gained him the distinction of being America's ace ad-
in peace and in war He draws his wisdom from deep
ancien1 wells His mother claimed descent from King
land on the paternal side he believes himself a descendant
Baruch the Scribe, author of the Book of Baruch in the
ypha And he is proud of his "yichus" .
By a ruM that was as transparent as it was vicious the
nerican University of Beirut has driven out approximately
Jewish students This was accomplished by an order
ItheLebcncn Government expelling the students Usually
ich a move elicits at least some form of reaction from the
?untries whose citizens were affected Yet in none of the
pspapers we read has there been reported any government
Action to this outrage Nor has a word been heard so far
) the Rockefeller Foundation and the other American founda-
fns on whose support the Beirut university is completely
?pendent But New York State has a stake in the issue .
m American University in Beirut functions under a charter
"led by the State of New York New York State Attorney
^neral Nathaniel Goldstein should look into the matter and
ve toward the revocation of the charter ... If discrimination
pat kind is no legal cause for revoking the charter he should
': 4e State Legislature to act Incidentally such a move
*ld be a potent gesture in the current fight against dis-
^ation in education UNESCO's next session is slated to
1 held at Lebanon ... In the light of this and other develop-
"te it would be well for that international organization to
onsider its decision.
The emergency of your OWN
child being stricken by polio AL-
WAYS confronts you! Polio is no
respecter of race, creed, religion
or color. It is a spectre of Gray
Death in your OWN living room.
To combat polio while you
are glad YOUR children haven't
been stricken ... be kind enough
to aid in the treatment of chil-
dren who have been stricken.
There is always a friendship
thought in Amerca and you
have one! Donate generously to
the March of Dimes. Simply mail
your gift to the March of Dimes,
Miami.
Dr. J. L. Wambaugh
Republican Candidate
Dr. J. L. Wambaugh. 206 Fed-
eral Highway, North Dado Coun-
ty, has filed for Representative
to the Unilcd States Congress,
from the 4th Congressional Dis-
trict of Florida, on the Republi-
can ticket.
Dr. Wambaugh is a native of
Pennsylvania and a graduate of
the University of Pittsburgh.
holding the degrees of Ph. G..
D. C., and M. D. He is a reg-
istered Pharmacist in Florida and
Pennsylvania.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6,
PAGE SIXTEEN
Pioneer Women
Hold Samuel Sorin
Concert on Sunday
A great deal of territory will
be covered when Samuel S in
spreads his fingers along the
board during his recitals in this
area. Those attending M
recital sponsored by the Gi
Miami Council of Pioneer VI m-
en in Municipal
Bavfront Park. Sundaj
wil witness two of the 1)
piano-playing hand- in ex si
Having such a long hand >c-
pansion. reportedly able I
press thirteen white keys in a
row. Will enable S
Bach's rarely heard "O
lude and Fugue in D M
ranged for piano by Bus i
...-
by Chopin. Liszt. 1 3 -
^Besdd" Shown above are some of the women of the(Greater Miami
concert-pianist, Mr. S Council 0, pion.., Women Whc,havbeen f"^ Park. Mr.
been- Sorin piano jec,i> for 8: V5""^ RJh Bro.man.
special Palestinian motion
art sound film will highlight the
pjog am portion of the Pioneer
Women Kadimah Chapter's meet-
Phursday evening. February
the banquet hall of Huy-
149 E Flagler St.
Mrs Max Shap.ro. cultural
nan. will present Mrs. Al-
., Berson, Moatzath Hapoa-
rman, who will speak
, on the relationship of the
n Pioneer Women to the
Moatzath Hapoa-
ne (the Council of
Women).
Robert E. Miller will
the history of the Moat-
. Hapoaloth; Mrs Theodore
Abe] its achievements and activi-
I ,lt,v. Mrs. Joseph Cutler.
,Mural work carried on by
the Moatzath Hapoaloth; and
,, en ary G. Kaplan, the
child care and Aliyah absorption.
The regular meeting of Bui
B'nth Business and Prolw,;,.
.1 Women. Emma SS
Chapter, will be held at Z
al Women, Em
- be held at Ui,
Shoreham Hotel, S3S OcmI
Drive on February 10th. at j.
p.m
IS
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REPAIRS AND
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DON S. COLEMAN
CALL 4-7485
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Phone* 9-5317 9-6727
51 N. E. 5th Street
AL MEIDENBERG, Ownr
l_ llj IIU .........
Mr Harold S
of the pa
nnou
'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry All ert, Mr
and Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mr. and.
Mrs. H. E. Cur.:-. Mr. and Mrs
Hy Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. H
Mrs. Jennie G
Dr. st E. Nichol, Dr. Na-
I
j. Rosnick, Mr.
:.: :
Dr. Frank M. Woods, R
Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Carl
cert Wednesday, I
Sorin. '-
Bar Mitzvah Announced
For Julien Twins
Louis L
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leth S

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ROOM AND BOARD WANTED
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PHONE 48-5932
Rabbi Grauer On WKAT
M 0 Grauer will be
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B 15 p.m. His topic is
e Are Our Laves "
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Tickets for Wednesdi
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Phone 2-4308
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Better Class Listings On
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Trustworthy Service"
Jacob Schacler has returned
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several new albums of the lat-
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Hebrew drama records for his
Jewish Musical Program heard
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