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The Jewish Floridian ( February 20, 1948 )

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l00,000 structure York City, Yeshiva is university under Jewish auspices in the Americas. Members of the university s board of trustees in Florida include: Max J. Etra, vice chairman; Herman Geller, treasurer. Abraham Mazer, honorary vicechairman; Morris Miller, secreSryTSto Beach, and Abraham L Dr. Belkin will occupy the pulpit of Beth Jacob Ccmgr^atmn £ id .? h e CV Si fi^ Ijogue." the SynaJudge Robert P. Patterson, former Secretary of War, is the national chairman of Brotherhood Week. With him are associated Charles Wilson, president of General Electric Co., Thomas E. Braniff of Braniff Airways and Roger W. Straus of New York. Other national leaders associated with Brotherhood Week are Spyros Skouras of Twentieth Century Fox, George F. Zook, of the American Council of Education, Niles Trammell of the National Broadcasting Company, Lee H. Bristol, of Bristol Meyers Company, John S. Knight. Brock Pemberton, David Selznick, Dr. David Sizoo, Rev. Allan Farrell. S. J.. and Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath. Andrew W. Gottschall. Florida Regional Director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews and of the Miami Round Table announced that Rev. John H. McAtee, S. J. of the Gesu Catholic church and Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel will pronounce the invocation and the benediction. Tickets" for the banquet can be secured at the Miami Round Table, office at 406 Calumet Bldg. or by calling 9-6218. week made public its report on the Palestine security situation. several hours after submitting the document to the Security Council. The Council is expected to commence its discussion of the report early next week. The report warns the Security | Council that only the prompt esI tablishment of a "non-PalesItinian" armed force can prevent serious trouble in Palestine and effectively implement the partition decision of the General Assembly. Such a force, the report says, would assist law-abiding elements in both the Arab and Jewish communities in maintaining an atmosphere of law and order. The report asks that the international force enter Palestine simultaneously with the Commission. Only such a force can replace the British troops which are now the sole barrier to a complete deterioration of the situation to "open warfare," the Commission continues. Anv alternative would be "catastrophic," it emphasizes, and would involve "bloodshed and human suffering." The Commission expresses the conviction that there is nothing it can do to implement the Assembly decision between now and the termination of the Mandate without meeting armed resistance. It warns grimly that "the period immediately following the termination of the Mandate will be a period of uncontrolled, widespread strife and bloodshed in Palestine, including the city of Jerusalem." The Commission stresses the of setting up an tia. But the most important observation it makes on this subject is that the militia cannot engage in border operations, thus indicating that one of the major functions of the proposed U.N. international force would be to guard the borders of the new states. In demanding that the U.N. make available an international military force "in adequate strength" to back the Commission in its implementation work, the report says that "powerful Arab interests within and without Palestine are engaged in a deliberate effort to alter by force" the U.N. decision. It alludes to British non-cooperation and gives it as another reason for providing armed support for the Commission. It insists that the earliest arrival of the Commission in Palestine is necessary to the success of its mission. The report goes into a detailed analysis of the effects of Arab violence in Palestine and lays great emphasis on the peril to the peace of Jerusalem. It also presents the problem of the U.N. armed support for the Commission as the very core of the entire U.N. plan involving the Joint Economic Board and the boundary group. The total effect of the report is one of a possible complete collapse of all carefully evolved projects to bring forth two independent states unless law and order are restored. The refusal of the Mandatory to permit the formation of a militia at once, the report says, will delay the implementation of (Continued on Page 4) Community Chest Facing Crisis Warning that serious cuts in 21 Red Feather services arc inevitable if the Community Chest of Dade County fails to attain its minimum goal of $848,597. the campaign committee has extended the drive. Urging both workers and those who have not yet given to the Chest to contact one another at once. O. C. (Jack) Corbin. campaign chairman, declared that few Dade countians were aware of the serious implications if the Chest fails to reach its objective. •Our citizens apparently do not know it yet, but all during this year there will be people in some sort of distress with no place to turn for aid, if we fail to reach our goal," he said. UJA Goal Must Be Reached For Jewish Emigration To Continue The sharp drop in inter-governmental help for 250,000 displaced Jews in Europe could disrupt plans for their emigration to Palestine, unless Jewish communities of this country redouble their efforts to reach the S250,000,000 minimum objective of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal, Joseph R. Stein, chairman of the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-O" peal, declared last Wednesday at a pre-campaign report meeting. He pointed out that despite the decision of the United Nations to establish a Jewish state in Palestine, the bulk of the homeless Jews of Europe will have to wait many months, and in some cases at least two years, before leaving for ultimate resettlement in the Jewish homeland. Mr. Stein warned that the International Refugee Organization .set up as the successor to UNRRA. which terminated its activities last year, did not have adequate funds to cope with the problem of these displaced Jews. The IRO. he explained, had an initial buudget far below that of UNRRA, and even all of it has not been subscribed by the member nations, leaving that organization hamstrung in the face of mounting needs caused by food shortages and other scarcities in Europe. Mr. Stein disclosed that the inadequacy of the intergovernmental relief program had been reflected in the sharp curtailment by the IRO of the already sub-standard rations given the DP's, by drastic cuts in the distribution of clothing and by the reduction of other vital services. An indication of the true situation of the refugees could be gathered, he stated, from the fact that UNRRA had one dollar per day to spend for each Jewish DP, while the IRO has forty-five cents, at a time when inflation has greatly reduced the purchasing power of all currency. The United Jewish Appeal must bridge the gap between the needs of the displaced Jews and the intergovernmental ass i s t a n c e available, Mr. Stein stressed, at the same time that it expands the reconstruction and rehabilitation services of the Joint Distribution Committee for the 1,000.000 Jews in Eastern and Western Europe, speeds the upbuilding and development of Palestine through '.he United Palestine Appeal and provides a reception, adjustment and Americanization program for the more than 25,000 Jewish refugees who will be admitted to the United States in 1948. Lauding the fortitude evidenced by the hundreds of thousands of homeless Jews in Europe since the end of the war some three years ago, Mr. (Continued on Page 16) i



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PAGE TWO *JeitffkrMf !" L FRIDAY, FEBR UARY 2n 194a Local O.ilcd Jewish Appeal Di* isi s %  *• ^fa"** "* W Initial Gilts With a quota of $750,000, the initial gifts unit oi the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, under the co-chairmanship of Sam Blank and Max Orovitz, has already passed the half-way mark, according to a report submitted to Campaign in .1 Stein. Assisting th< -chairmen in contacting initial gift prospects are Jacob Sher, Wm. D. Si Joe S1 n, Sam Levins in Marcie Liberman, Stanley C Myei Ruskin. Herbert E H S tin, Carl Susskind, Ci l Weinkle. I L. M Joseph Richter, Morris Alpert ana Moses G This year, as in pas: camp the initial gifts uni f pt< d the largest q paign division. Hotel Division Marcie Lib< rman, ch the hotel division ol Combined Jew:.-:: Appeal, week urged the mi divis n to a keei of their r< the success i I thi pi i s nl .. which will be nducted |y from ?. 31, inclusive, with a goal of $1,489.925. The "00. "The hotel Mr. Liberman we realize l I er Miami, but can. in the fate of ou %  Id." th Mr. L I Lachman. Exi cutive [the division it : ; S Al S B n taum, ('':.,: I< Jennie Gr ssin er, Nat ff. Al Jai Walter Ja H Lachman Mrs. Bi lamut. %  Samuel R Harrj Si SJHM i.iJ I IIii Wil : tending, the i\ nmenl unil of the L94 C I man-: and v tion q lai I take the I f CJ lling up %  \ %  Vpril. Leoi : I : I I bi In ton. 1 eph R [ax S i, Al Stoi C Susskind. Geurgi T SI •• • Women's Division ff cently*ofth Yiddish Artists Appear In Hospital Benefit Workmen's Curie of Miami i the w ic h will present Michael MiC elel rated Yiddish artist, tomorrow evening in the aut Miami Beach High school iting ;| concert oi p .pular artists. and were f Junior Hadassah Tea A ; %  A i prepared by %  I : Soi %  Also featured in the evening entertainment will be Ruth £ cunda, lyric coloratura soprano and Maurice Dnmbey, We ll' known Sholom Aleichem interpreter. Anyuta Melicov will t at the piano. w Proceeds of the concert are to be donated to a hospital i n H ane Kev, Palestine. HAROLD'S. INC. Hairdresser* 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 6-0467. 5-0468 44Q E. LAS QLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE %  Feb%  lui %  I. J I 1948 C I .... %  I r", J *i 'i Mktf BORSCHT & j # fm% ROKEACH BOR •' I. ROKEACH f. SOW* IMC. MOCM.VM % %  *. r*m*M>AU. W.J. Wriglif llolol I^|iii|ni4'iil Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. ELEVENTH STREET PHO\E We ('in Equip Your Kitchen F i i .. 51 Ranges — Griddles — 1 • COMPLETE PLANNING AND LAYOUT pro' *e Ask for KOSHER ZION Products at your it Local Delicatessen If you are in need oi Kosher Zion Products This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Call Delicious Weiners Pastrami Salami Corned Beel Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. M tttfHVtt >•>/'" 0& ,.aiitffc* 1 o • "ft? gal *ff ^ i* *^ v n ^ Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 7/**a** % t*H* 690 Distributed by Miami Florida Phoa 2-7405 W. 13th Streat



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PAGE FOUR *Jeistfk>ridiM PRPAY. F EBRUARY 20, EDITORIAL LUi The Arms Embargo While Palestine's Jews are daily being massacred by Arabs bearing weapons given them by states which are members of the United Nations, our own government persists in following the hypocritical policy of so-called neutrality. Neutrality, as we understand it, means abstenance from conflict in which the non-participating party has no interest. Since it ccn by no means of imagination, or logic, be claimed that we have no interest in what is going on in Palestine, it follows that our neutrality" claim is only a cloakdesigned to cover other motives. Neutrality is a pious sounding word. But it has other connotations too. One can be neutral in a hold-up. But when a policeman is neutral in a hold-up he is cs guilty in law and in morals as the criminals themselves. When a person can prevent a homicide but fails to interfere because he is "neutral" in the struggle he is not only a moral coward but a moral accessory to murder. When a person sees his neighbor's house on fire and refuses to give him the instruments to extinguish it, he is guilty of arson. This was the philosophy behind our lend-lease program when we were still neutral in the world conflict. Our aid to the democracies when Europe was writhing under Nazi terror was predicated on the human principle that there can be no moral neutrality. What is going on in Palestine is the rape of a U.N. decision was reached with our moral support. When our spokesmen advocated partition they fully realized the implications of the solution. In fact, even before the decision was recched the Arabs warned they would drown partition in blood. These threats did not defer us from voting for partition. We were too powerful to let the Arabs sway us from a just course. But the picture changed ignobly even before the ink was dry on the partition document. At Lake Success we were not neutral. There we took sides. Bui .. minute the Arabs began the bloody campaign to thwart the decision, our Washington officials turned semantic contort.onists. The word neutrality began taking on a new meaning. The feet that we were morally bound to help cany out a decision we backed ceased worrying our Washington policy makers. The fact that the Arab states were openly defying the very United Nations on whose survival the peace c: the world rests ceased being a consideration. The fact that the Arab states openly began shipping arms and men into Palestine was conveniently disregarded. The fact that the mandatory power was violating its plain duty of protecting Jewish lives against the Arab attackers was conveniently ignored. The fact that Arab states were openly threatening to invade Palestine the minute Britain leaves was lost in the shuffling of the political cards. The fact that the Jewish comunity in Palestine was bleeding while defending the U.N. decision was completely ianored. Instead, our State Department issued an arms embargo, fully realizing that no amount of twisting of logic could circumvent the fact that the arms ban can have only one result—barring the Jews from getting LOWER THE BRIDGE. UNCLE Brotherhood The Jewish Floridian is glad to join all agencies of religion, education and community life and our many friends in this issue, in the plea led by President Truman for cooperation toward making brotherhood a living reality in every corner of the country. Brotherhood should be more than a series of good-will meetings. The Jewish people as the victim of persecution and race hatred, should be among the first to recognize that fact. Bearing the brunt of attack, they know first hand the malicious ev.l of bigotry. Bigotry is unfair and unjust. We have toiled through the years, spending time and dollars to create the educational program that will enable all peoples to know and understand each other. Therefore it is with certain embarrassment we take cognizance of the behavior oi our fellow Jews towards the local Brotherhood observance. We cannot be guilty of that which we condemn. Nor is the act and behavior of every one of our organizations wise, judicious and their utes deserving. Just as the present awards of merit are being questioned and looked at with lifted eyebrow and indignation, so was a similar award by one of the Temples just a short time ago. The spirit of Brotherhood must rise above the individual if it is to become a liv.ng reality in every corner of the country. arms while the Palestine Arabs could get all the weapons they need horn the neighboring states. Unless we rescind the arms embargo we will stand condemned before the world as idle preachers who have lacked the courage of their convictions. This mood is alien to the character and spirit of the American people. Americans' are not political or moral cowards. course %  FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES AID EXPANSION OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY FACILITIES fir. ilelkin Big names and leading world fi guies cause much of a rumble by their appeai a our city. We take them as a matter of ranking individuals visit with us. We do pause to bid welcome to our awl guished guest. Dr. Samuel Belkin. preside I the Yeshiva University. Dr. Belkin is not U I raise funds but for educational conferences'* I Dr. Belkin, like his illustrious predecessa J late Dr. Bernard Revel, brings to the presid of Yeshiva, the Talmudic learning of Z established rabbinic centers of Europe, thT spiration of eminent sages in Israel, and the iw\ and enthusiasm of youth, enhanced by the < eral scholarship and scientific training acq in modern America. Yeshiva University has been the only J cessful attempt to establish a college under Jen auspices in this country and in so doing placed American Judaism in a position of undj standing and respect and equality with the < forts of other religions to make an American c ization one of culture and intelligence. The following comparative statistics in the extent to which American Colleges and 1 versifies are affiliated with various religio bodies: Catholic 208, Methodist 76, Presby 49, Baptist 37, Seventh-Day Adventists 6. Jews, The People of the Book, have only om Yeshiva University. Dr. Belkin strikes an important note when! says—"our indecisions, our mediocre aims t may be responsible for recurring crises in I years. In this atomic age we cannot afford ( tentment with the mediocre. We must aim 1 than ever so that things and conditions that i not reach the high levels of civilization, moral and ethics, oi the spiritual life that makes I the ecstacy of true happiness, should be avoid and even frowned upon." Yeshiva University is proceeding with pla to build up its financial and physical resoira Yeshiva University is endowed with great spiriM and educational power. It must be given t opportunity to fulfill its important mission. Another iornvrntonv The cornerstone laying ceremonies Miami Beach Jewish Center will take place! Sunday. It is always a joy to witness the ere of new buildings for institutions of worship! education. The Miami Beach Jewish Center plodded an unswerving course of growth progress, possibly a step or two ahead o! remainder of the community. This progress, naturally, is a tribute to M leadership. But outstanding is the measure success Rabbi Irving Lehrman, the w spiritual leader, has achieved in integraungj Center and its leaders into the sphere ot and communal endeavor. With this display of leadership the w and community is c ertain to pro^per_ Jewish authorities. Pans has been •d** l j| next regular session of tJ eral Assembly, %  '<" "J here. This is the i-J will hear the report on pr* made to implement iu F-JJ decision, and po Jf 7 the application of w. ,Ute tor U N member^ I To allow for the admission of additional I Amsterdam Avenue from 185th to 186th 4MM. student,, the Federal and New York State govin New York City adjoining the UniveS'. ernments have joined hands to enable Yeshiva i ii\er*itv, the onlv University under Jewish .' r -.:lui Univ trtpn*, ,,,t wj ^•• %  • •• %  ••/ —--.... .auspices, to erect temporary emergency facilities. These buildings (left), are being built on i_ ii7 .' %  — J"""K <": university • main building (right). This will give the Univarsity an additional area of 2!>,0QO square feet and provide additional facilities for 45 clan*, rooms, laboratories, and offirea. Palestine Armed Force Demanded Continued from Page 1) Ihi A plan At the same points "litbluntly that it would be futile to envisage an militia under the present :. Iitiiins Following the issuance of its ::.mission dis c ussed the question of how to get nnI i lift anus embargoes which are preventing the Jewish defen el • n Pali tine from getting weapons The five-memroup decided to leave the open until after the ScCouncil acts on the n mend..' nt.r.ned in the security report rhiCommission also received a letter from Acting Mayoi r son of Tel Aviv protesting against lure of the British to check '• ror. The letter states that British inaction in the Tel Aviv area during 70 days ol tinuous sniping is taxing the patience of a bitter population and the restraining influence of the Slave iu' ~ —•— %  Published ever, FW -X J oy The Jewi.h Flo'""" |orldl B| Sixth Street, M'liJ „„ j<*j Telephones z y pL ArlT



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)AYi FEBRUARY 20, 1948 > Jewish HeridOkut) PAGE FIVE |§f Saphin Bngmgem to Dr. Wasman Oper Nuptials .„, inl > wedding highlights the plans of Miss Sybil Merle nd Dr Stanley Charles Wasman whose betrothal announeephm hpinfi made today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. -.11 owi Ave. H" '" I 1AGUI SI OPEN 1 l!SUNOA Like "The House on 9?nd St." and BooiTierang" Filmed Prom for Realism And Thrills' "Call Northside James STEWART Richard Conte Lee J. Cobb Helen Walker urdine's SimsJu/u MMM Washable black and white plastic KADAR handbags $ 3 $ 5 plus tax Fashion new 1948 resort styles ... in the ever popular Kadar plastic handbags. Shoulder strap, underarm and top handle styles ... in corde, waffle pique, patent textured plastic ... you can keep bright and new-looking with soap and water. See the exciting array • %  now at Burdine's four stores. HANDBAGS. STHMT FLOOR | Levine-Miller Betrothal Announced Here Mr. and Mrs. Peter Levine of Riverdale, N. Y., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Harriet Beryl (Sandy), to Dr. Murray Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Miller of Miami. Miss Levine attended schools in New York and Sophie Newcomb rollege in New Orleans. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, Dr. Millei attended the University of Florida and received his degree from! Southern College of Optometry where he was a member of Omega Epsilon Phi. No date has been set for the wedding. Harriet Beryl Levine Miss Greenberg University Professor Addresses Orthodox Professor Daniel Ashkenaz, assistant professor of government at the University of Miami, will be guest speaker at Friday evening forum of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation this evening. Speaking on civil rights his topic is "The Damned Also Hate." A former member of the faculty of political science at Brooklyn college, the professor received his bachelor's degree from New York University and his master's from Columbia. college and is now a senior New York university. The prospective bridegroom, a graduate of the University cf North Carolina, is associated with an advertising agency in New York. He served with the Signal Corps Intelligence in Washington during the war and was later attached to the Strategic Bombing survey as an interpreter in Japan A June wedding is being planned. Hotel Helen** AMERICAN PLAN STRICTLY KOSHER UNDER MGT. OF EHRENREICH'S Formerly of Ferndale, N. Y. RESERVE—NOW—FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAY'S 1030 15th St. Tel. 5-5785 AN EVENING OF MUSIC, SONG and LAUGHTER WORKMEN'S CIRCLE BR. 692 OF MIAMI BEACH Presents the Celebrated Yiddish Actor and Singer MICIIAL MICHALESKO RUTH SECUNDA, Lyric Coloratura Soprano Maurice Dombey, Well-known Sholem-Aleichcm Interpreter Anyuta Melicov, Our Own Miamian, at the Piano SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1948—8:00 P.M. Miami Beach High School Auditorium 1420 DREXEL AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Proceeds of the evening will be donated for a Hospital in Hanegev, Palestine Clofhing Exclusively Ah X3 RETAIL WHOLESALE PRICES NEW SWING SHIPMENTS "For H— Accustomed To tho Fiiiost!" LUSTROUS SILK GABARDINE SUITS $65 m Juilliard and For$tmo Fobrlet WE FIT THE HARD TO FITl FORSTMANN SILK GAIAROINE SLACKS $20 : $25 ACTUU VUUIS (il TO $40 UPSTAIRS MFRS. OUTLET •00 LINCOLN ROAD ILDG. — OOM It Oo. Dally • t; Sunday 11 =0" *' ; 0 ^^^^^ Flora II. lliekey CORSETIERE and DESIGNER Formerly of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami, Fla. Phone 3-1882 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! OBTAINABLE AT Crown Electric 1565 N.W. 36th St. Miami Electronics & Sound 1555 S.W. 8th Miami Kuppers 18 N. Miami Ave. Miami Philpitts 36 N. Miami Ave. Miami Dave Zukerman 152 S.W. 13th St. Miami Flagler Book Store 318 E. Flagler St. Miami Davego 1729 Coral Way Miami Doubleday-Doran 934 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach Miami Beach Radio 1219 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach Harvey's Radio 233 5th St. Miami Beach Tropic Textile 429 Washingtn Ave. Miami Beach Washington Radio 657 Washington Ave. Miami Beach • SEMINOLE Record Distributors 1360 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami Telephone: 3.7192 <:"



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PAGE SIX H. H. Hyman, Red Cross Drive Chairman Names Divisicn Heads For Campaign With the official kick-off of the campaign set for February 24th, Chairman H. H. Hyman named heads of six divisions who will be among leaders in the county-wide effort to meet a quota of S321.000. Rowland Sounders, vice-president of Burdines dept. store will load the Miami business division. Saunders is servin the third consecutive > annual campaign ana as a ber of the chapter's b ard rectors, Marvin D. Adams is of Miami dent : s:, Insurance. Inc Ada sal er member of I Red %  %  51 r\ es as a campaign I adi yea:-. John Penm itor of the M in charge Alai. Charles B. J : nt ol the Retail M •• will hi the 1 f di• %  Lea ling : year ft .' iral Co\ -. A : %  •; : I iri and in S I M A thur tead ai Leoi 11 iV %  If II FoMi—If'i Hindu' FOR RENT Folding Chairs Ste Cl Fir Tom Nrfdj HANDEE FOLDING CHAIR CO, M N. E Mtta S-. 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PPjpAY, F EBRUARY 20, 1948 *Jewisfi fhrktian PAGE SEVEN Beach Congress Women Observe Brotherhood Week Florida Women's Division of American Jewish Congress, Miami Beach chapter, will observe National Brotherhood week at their next regular meeting Monday 1:30 p.m. at the new Miami Be a c h YM & WHA. Mrs. Irving 0. Lippmao 0l Newark will be guest speaker. Mrs. Lippman is president of jh,. Newark women's division. AJC, and first vice president of lhl New Jersey region. She is a member of the women's trio of tin. National Conference of Christians and Jews, and will serve as national chairman of nominations at the forthcoming AJC convention to be held March 29 to April 2 in New York City. Topic of Mrs. Lippman's speech will be 'Functional Brotherhood." Mrs. Saul Broida, chairman of the commission on Community Relations, plans to read the President's Proclamation on Civil Rights, and N. H. Hankoff will describe the work of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Frances Nelson of New York stage and radio will present several vocal numbers. Mrs. Lewis Julien is in charge of the program. Two members are to be elected from the membership at large to complete the nominating committee chosen by the board. Arrangements fur the Florida Division's donor luncheon February 29 at the Little Roumania will also bo discussed. Purim Ball Postponed Beth David Sisterhood has postponed their Purim ball from March to April 4 so that it will not conflict with the United Jewish Appeal campaign of the Jewish Federation, according to an announcement by ways and means chairman, Mrs. S. J. August Pioneer Women Serve in Baby Sitters Project Pioneer Women of club No. 2 have become baby sitters to help the babies of Palestine, according to Mrs. Aaron Liebman, chairman of the project. An emergency call was received this week from the national office, Mrs. Liebman explained, urging the women to send all the diapers and infant wear they could possibly obtain. Money received from their baby sitting assignments will be used to purchase these much needed articles. Anyone desiring the services of the women are urged to call Mrs. Liebman at 5-1588. Music Council Forms Choral Ensemble Greater Miami Jewish Music Council announces the formation of a choral ensemble to consist of select voices, under the direction of Leon Shiff. Singers are quested to contact the chairman requested to contact the chairman tor Samuel Kelemer at 5-6819. Mintzes Reception Honor Newlyweds A party was given recently by Mr, ;.nd Mrs. Joseph Mintzes of 815 4th St., Miami Beach, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg of Chicago who were spending their honeymoon here. Mrs. Celia Rubin was chairlady, and Mrs. Mania Shubow recited "The Warsaw Ghetto." A large donation was given by the Greenbergfl to the Moatzoath Hapoloth fund of Pioneer Women. Club No. II dedicated to the Mintzes. You Go to Bed TO SLEEP -NOT TO FRET Evr noticm how small troubles look big to you and greater trouble* teem crushing when nervous tension Weeps you awake at night? You can't ba at your best mentally or physically unless you get •efficient sleep. Miles Nmrvlna has helped thousands t more restful nights and more peaceful day*. Ask your druggist for Mile* Nervine. CAUTION—use only as directed. Effervescent tablets, 35c and 75e -Liquid, 25c and S 1.00. Miles Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart. Indiana. SUNNY ISLE AUCTION SALE SE L L I N G O U T 17 NEW LARGE BUILDING LOTS BAYVIEW POINT SUB-DIVISION %  -*UC'./*','-.<*T,' • %  n i VAI D UCW M ft T F I oil APARTMENT ON THIS PLAN YOUR NEW nOltL ATTRACTIVE SITE: Located on Ocean Boulevard between Sunny Isle Pier and Dade County Ocean Park, just north of Baker's Haulover Sunday, Feb. 22nd, 1948 2. p. m. Rain or Shine All lots zoned for Hotel and Apartment Buildings. Situated less than 300 feet from the Ocean Waterfront lots on Biscayne Bay with new concrete bulkheading; riparian rights, newly paved Streets Citv Water. City Electricity, Insurable Title, Abstracts furnished. Buses pass the property fo School and Miami BLOCH. T E R HI S A It It A If G E II BID! t BUY! RUILD! TENT SHELTER ERECTED ON PROPERTY. IN CASE OF RAIN DIRECTIONS: Follow Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, north, to property f BROKERS' COOPERATION REQUESTED Sale Conducted On Property Under The Balloon FOR BAYVIEW POINT DEVELOPMENT COMPANY FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co. SELLING AGENTS REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-8981 MIAMI. FLORIDA % 



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PAGE EIGHT Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberq of Birmingham. Ala., announce the birth of a son on February 16. Mrs. Greenberg is the former Ruth Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Miller of Miami. The maternal grandparents and Mrs. Greenberg's brother, Murray Miller, are travelling to Birmingham lor the bris. Mrs. Simon Helsgott, wife of Rabbi Helsgott of Carnegie, Pa., is visiting Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April of Miami. Celebrating their 12th anniversary Monday will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rozansky of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Al Savitz of Maiden, Mass., cousins of Mrs. Bernard Gelbert of Miami, are vacationing at the Croyden Arms. Mrs. Savitz is an active worker for the Maiden Hadassah.. Miss Marcia Ellen Gutman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gutman, 2291 S.W. 17th St., will receive her cap at the School of Nursing, Good Samaritan hospital, West Palm Beach, at capping exercises to be held their February 23. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman of Lexington. Mass., are spending the winter in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Berman of Arlington, Mass., are visiting their brother, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Berman of Coral Gables. Mr. and Mrs. David Sparks of Maiden, Mass., are spending their vacation at the Poinciana. National executive secretary of Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae association, Miss Ether Malter of New York City, is a guest of the Surfside hotel, Miami Beach. She is in Florida to visit the active chapters here and in Lakeland. + Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg. 2350 S.W. 17th Terr., have as their houseguest Mrs. Bromberg's mother. Mrs. Rose Zager of New Haven, Conn. Miss Gertrude Wiseman of Chicago, is staying with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Golden, 5261 S.W. 7th St. for three weeks. Miss Wiseman is active in the soc;ul and communal activities of her town. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman of 1037 S.W. 20th Ave. have as their houseguests this month Mr. Friedman's cousin, Mrs. Molly Borenstein of Chicago. -* -* Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Rosenthal of 244 W. Rivo Alto Island entertained with a cocktail party and buffet supper recently in honor of their niece. Miss Marian Prisament of New York City, who is visiting with them. A recent graduate of Hunter college! Miss Prisament is doing research work at Cornell university Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell of Jersey City is also a guest of the +Je*istnoridiiaii Shapiro-Koven Rites Exchanged Feb. 1st Holding ;. bible that has been carried by all the brides in her familv for three generations, Miss Caryl June Shapiro exchanged VO ws in her home February I with Benjamin Koven. tabbi Leon Kronish performed FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Mrs. Benjamin Koven Rosenthals. + A son, Philip Charles, was born to Mr. and Mrs Irvina Genet of 1214 S.W. 1 3th Ave., February 5 in V lc toria hospital. nony which was followed by a reception and later a family dinner at Ciro's. The couple then leparted for their honeymoon in Nassau. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BerI Shapiro of 5238 N. Alton Rd., Miami Beach, and New Roh.lle. N, Y.. the bride is a graduate of the University of Miami. She formerly attended Ohio State university in Columbus. Mr, Koven, son of Mrs. Michael K vensky of 1530 S W Seventh St.. and the late Mr. Kovensky, :.a senior at the University of Miami law school where he is treasurer of the law school student body and past pr< sident of !'• %  i Epsilon Phi. He served for four years during the war as a i a\al lii utenant. Da\id Koven, the bridegroom's •ther, was the only attendant. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Mv. your roof repaired now; you will iav. on a new roof iat.r "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenu. PHONE 4-6860 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING Al/S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 the original JQ/EPH J.RAWL/Otl Um.^m UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coatl JQ/mRAWL/UN 704 N E. FIRST AVE. INTERIOR DECORATOR TOWH HALL MIAMI Proudly Presents Its Fourth Lecture of the 1947 48 Season WE ARE PRIVILEGED TO PRESENT IN PERSON Dorothy Thompson In a Lecture Titled "THESE CRUCIAL DAYS" WHITE TEMPLE 320 N. E. 2nd AVE. Thursday, Feb. 26 At 8:15 P. M. ADMISSION $1.50 On sale at door Auspices Men's Clubs Temple Israel and White Temple April Wedding For Frances Sinkovitz M ss Fiances Sinkovitz of At[ an ta Ga. and Paul Enfield of Miami Beach arc making plans now for an April wedding. Their engagement was announced this week both here and in Atlanta by hei mother, Mrs. Nathan Sinkovitz The prospective bridegroom is in of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enfield of 1701 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Aged Home Services Mi mbers of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Miami will hold unveiling services of the Memorial Plaque m memory of their president, Alfred B. Rosen* stein. The ceremony is to take ,,i the home, 339 S.W. 12th Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Out-of-town guests for the ocn included Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Aleckman, the bride's brother-in-law and sister; Irving K iv< n, brother of the brideMis Bertha Poarlman and Mrs Hoy Sheinberg, aunts .if the bride, all of New York; nd C lei Richard Shapiro, brother of the bride, who attends Admiral Farragut academy in St. Petersburg. The newlyweds will live in Miami Beach. Miss Sinkovitz Luba Roy To Feature Miami WC Concert Luba Roy, talented accordionist and singer, is to headline the list of artists scheduled to appear in a concert sponsored by Workmen's Circle of Miami, branch 699, on March 7. Held in the auditorium of Riverside school here, the evening will feature Leibush Goldberg of the New York stage as master of ceremonies. / ww >HI ; $ui soHfl isn9i l> £ "o7 jg 1 *3xy tpgn y-T rva. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 SOLAR WATER SERViCE REPAIRS AND IMMISIIHS DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. 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RIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 +JenisfiFk>ridriar7 PAGE NINE ced February 28, and awards March 4 at a citywide rally in Bayfront closed at night and LtftiutfUntf Palr yarded March 4 iWlnners of the "outstanding Kd woman of 1947" contest tlu. community are to be annum' bade ^eiicanism [Nominations were LiniKht Wednesday "55 of Judges selected to hoosc the winners, roriginally initiated by Sholem B'nai B'rith, the project IS been financially underwritten L. Henry Cobbs. ,. rs j, 15 Davidson, chairman the judges" selection commitannounced that invitations jerve as ludges had been acepted by Charles A. Mills, Miss iarv B. Merritt, dean of women it '-v University of Miami; Miss McAdams, supervisor of dance training of Dade county thools; Melbourne Martin, presilent of the Dade County Bar fci, Mrs. Monte Selig. C. Clyde bins and the Rev. Dr. Glenn lames. Concert Features Cantor Goldring Cantor Jacob t. Goldring will be featured in the concert given by the Palestine branch of Chicago organization February 28 in the Hebrew Academy, 6th ave. and Jefferson, Miami Beach. President Hyman Rosen has announced that proceeds from the affair are tot be sent to Palestine. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker, and Samuel Hoffman, Chicago attorney, will be toastmaster. Latest pictures from Palestine are to be shown. Tickets may be obtained for $1.20 by calling Mr. Rosen, 9-9663. for reservations. SAFE and SURE PEST iimoiilioff Called To Washington Harry Simonhoff, who has been baking a series of addresses before local groups, telling of his Experiences on his recent trip to alestine, notified the Jewish floridian by wire that he was ailed to Washington to attend he American Zionist Emergency Conference. Following the sessions there he will represent the Greater Miami Jewish Federation the Emergency United Jewish \ppeal Conference on Sunday. He asked organizations to riiom he has speaking commitents to explain his inability to appear. Regular meeting of the Board of the Bureau of Jewish Education will take place on Monday. February 23. at 8:15 p.m. at the Beth David Congregation. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. CONTROL Complete TERMITE CONTROL Bonded Guarantee Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. Those busy with arrangements for the 6th annual donor luncheon of the Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, include (left to right): Mrs. John Soiffer. Miami Beach luncheon chairman; Mrs. Franklin Glickman, Beach chapter journal chairman; and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, chapter fund-raising chairman. The luncheon, which will be held Sunday, February 26 at 1 p.m. in the Little Roumania restaurant, Miami Beach, includes the efforts of Miami. Miami Beach and Esther chapters of the division. Mrs. Mickey Michaels is divisional chairman and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman for the Miami chapter. Proceeds are to go towards implementing the Civil Rights program fr all Americans. Temple Youth Sponsor I Inter-faith Meeting Temple Israel youth group is Isponsoring a Inter-faith meeting Ito inaugurate National Brotherhood week Sunday evening at 18:15 p.m. in Kaplan hal of Tem|ple Israel. Reverend Andrew W. GottsIchall. Florida director of the National Conference of Christians land Jews, and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of the temple, [will be principal speakers. A [musical program is planned to be I followed by refreshments and | dancing. All young Christian and Jewish members of the community have I been invited.. At a gathering in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hoffman, Miami Beach, last week, Mrs. Charles Belanoff of Pioneer Women, club No. 1 collected the sum of S17.50 from the guests to benefit the club's emergency fund for Palestine. Palestine Asylum To Secure Funds In Local Appeal Mrs. Judith Wachtel. a representative of the Beth Cholim Mitnavnim (Incurable Invalids Asylum) of Jerusalem, will tour the various hotels of Miami Beach this week to obtain donations for the institution. Holding letters both from Isaac Herzog, chief rabbi of Palestine, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Miami Beach, urging the community to contribute to the cause of the helpless asylum inmates. Mrs. Wachtel visits this area before travelling to Tulsa, Chicago and New York in pursuance of help for the hospital. Posters telling where she will speak are to be displayed at various positions throughout the Beach. Only institution of its kind in the Holy Land, Beth Cholim Mitnavnim caters to patients of the poorest classes, administering shelter, medical attention and specially prepared food for the cureless invalids. The entire burden for expenses rests upon the Home and their financial condition is reportedly in distress. Mrs. Wachtel has established headquarters here at 2350 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, until the end of the week. Ilr. A lira III SSM'IISI r To Address llally Dr. Abrum L. Sachar, chairman of the B'nai B'rith National Hillel Commission, and formerly its national director, is to appear as guest lecturer at a city-wide membership rally sponsored by the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on March 1st in the main auditorium of Temple Beth Sholom. Harry Zukernick, program chairman, and Walter Kovner, president, announced that Dr. Sachar will highlight the Miami Beach membership campaign to be launched at that time.


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PAGE TEN fjenlsi -fkrkUari. _raiDAY._F EBRUA RV;o RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis J. Feder. Sabbath eve children's service at 4:30 p.m. Adult Friday evening service at 5:30 p.m. Friday night forum at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will lecture on the theme "What We Expect From Religion." E Ij Sabbath morning service at 6:30 a.m. Regular Sabbath morning service at 8:30. Bar Mitzvah of n of Mr. and Mrs ham Bloom. Rabbi will 8 the Bar Mitzvah. Interim youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision i of Education. Jui for children of element:.-.', school age at 10 o'clock under the supervision ol .Max Bertman of the faculty. K served to both groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner and a Sisti committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. s. I. Friedman. Min I 5:30 followed by Shalos S. Rabbi Abraham B. Reines, ki author and lecturer, will be speaker. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily sch i 3:30 I ? Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovky. %  5:15 p.m. Saturday morning first minyan at 7 a nd at 8:45. j %  .-. il] spi. %  n of %  3 p.m. Rabbi will Will follow. Saturday morning .., rvice at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak on "The Rabbi and the Priest." Junior S. 10:30 conducted by the junior at 5 p.m. Seudos R will >;-' % %  ; > n th< P W Hebrew school ,: i:, p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. vices Friday at i n at 8:30. I %  it | • be gues! u ':; .'• %  Sen • S m. Ra!i!''. G m will speak on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Mincha at 5:30 p.m. folI 3 30 • 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late F 15 p.m. In vii w k, Rabbi Shap 's to] will be "Th( re Is in War, But N P e." Servici will be d e Miami chapter f Hartion of the week I Mrs at 4:30 p n followed by Shalos Seudos witl nduct the zmiros. Daily i s. Mr. David ing services, first minyan at :er will be hosts at the rein i eption in I i urn after na. Second minyan at 8. Daily mine: followed J t li p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. it 5:30 p.m. I. te Friday night si at 8:15. Rabbi April will on "W ites An Acan J Oneg Shabbat Miami Beach Jewish CommunilY 1415 Euclid avo., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldxing. %  • | iv l vening service at 5:30 pm Late Friday evening service at 815 Rabbi Lehrman will ;t TheS< et ,rday morning 9 a.m Rabbi Leh will preach en "The Weekly Por' %  • Q or AZA : Sunboys Sunda; II 3 p.m. at W aid 17th SI %  re: to 6:30 ] 1". to" 12 i M 12 i n LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelomer. Annual Jew %  Mi Ri | :. Kl in and r Samuel will preI Jewish The rider I tion Lou will ith sen Child i thday ng. Harry Simon : torn a trip peak on % %  I men's club meeting Sunda} school rom the to 14Va. High if J, .'. ish studies, Sunday i %  %  9 15 .. m, for youi ovei Hebrew Iti nate W< dnesday afterj s and ... %  7'.. ..li. childn n B y of Mrs from ~ : J to 5. Daily morning ses. ins. at 8:3ii REFORM at 10:30. Sun rning Bar Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19lh st. B 30 Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Temple Emanu El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. K iday evening services at 8 P m Rabbi Raab will preach on the subject "Judaism aa a PcrLight." A reception follows ,).,. In bis honor. g 1 and Hebrew at 10 a in Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services. E. I. nan, former president of ..,,. zj 01 to inization of America and present chairman of the Special Gifts CommiH. UJA. will be* !" ,ce <* th, Ladies auxiliary ,f th„ **** %  be hosts for Zf^ZtS following the serviced abb morning services at in 7 day and Mrs. Nathan A Kr L ? Mr hosts for the *£?£+ Orlando Dedicates Congregation Ohev Sha cated thei mud Torah Orlando dedicated their new T a mud Torah and educa.il; building last SundaylSS' Rabbi Morris A Skop ls T spiritual leader of the synag 0 Sg'Jt. For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLYISER* 1 butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA the servici baby Mr. and Mrs. Adult Sane ning in thi gogue from 10:15 to 11:15 lead by MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 %  W W W MM ITOUBY BUNTING Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sa th evi ning set vic< s at 15 p.m. Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, tioi edu nal d ector of the Union of American Hebrew •ins. will n the Adventure in Education." A eception hot I):. and G n iran will follow. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 Beth Jacob Sisterhood Games Party Monday \ game party with a program ,,t entertainment and refreshments, will be held Monday evening at 8 P m at the Marseilles hotel, 1741 Collins Ave., Miami B Sponsored by the Sisterhood of egation Beth Jacob the afII be used to raise funds f or Talmud Torah project for children of the religious school, it was announced by Mrs. Jack jli, h, Sisterhood president. \ mgements committee include Mrs. Ben Mulish, Mrs. Ben%  atnin Feld, Mrs. Anne Berow, jj rs Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Bbenstein. Hostesses for ening are Mrs. Louis MakMrs. Carl Willis, Mrs. ii... Whitman, Mrs. Eugene \f/ Mrs. Jack Falke, Mrs. Al Kelly, Mrs. Jack Satin, Mrs. HarZeilinger and Mrs. Max Thurston. Phi Sigma Sigma Honors Visiting Alumnae A umnae members visiting in Miami will be the honored guests of the Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae club when they hold monthly meeting at the ,1 Mrs. Hyman Koch, 961 \\ ; Ith St.. Miami Beach, February 23 at 8:30 p.m. ing the guests will be Mrs mis of Pittsburg, Pa., Mrs Joseph Hersh. Pittsburg. Pa. Joseph Sharcott, McKeesP., and Miss Eleanor RutPittsburg, Pa. The evening spent socially with cards and mah jong. HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman, Owner PAMPER YOUR PALATE AND YOUR POCKETBOOKS Complete Breakfast from 55c Luncheons from 85c Dinner from $1.75 Open 'til 3 o'clock in the morning N. E. 2nd Ave. at 4th St. Undei the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan Young Judea Clubs Hold Song Festival At Beth Jacob Young Judaea Clubs of Greater Miami will present a song festival. Sunday, at 7:30 p.m.. at the Beth Jacob Congregation, 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beaeh. i The gmups will be directed by Cantor Jacob Y. Gold ring of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Clubs participating are the Beersheba, lead by Miss Lucille Yagoda; Benot Yacob, lead by Miss Either Carlebuch; Chalutzim, lead by Miss Lillian Aronson; Tel Aviv, lead by Miss Beverly Raphael; Maccabees, lead by I Miss Toby Cooper; and Yagour, lead by Miss Selma Lewis Judges will be Pierre Little, of the Dade County school; Cantor' Samuel Kclemer, of Temple Beth Sholom, president of the Cantors Association of Greater Miami; Mrs. Anna Cooper of 1624 West' Ave.. Miami Beach, local music leach; Joshua Stadlan. a Hebrew teacher at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach; and a member of the Senior Judaea group, which is lead by Ted Nelson. The following is to be used as a basis for picking the winning group: presentation, musical ability, voice, rhythm, expression (interpretation), and pronunciation of words. Two songs arc to be presented by each group, to be sung in Hebrew. A plaque will be awarded to the winning group. The event is being sponsored by the Young Judaea Leaders Council of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, for Jewish Music Month. Chairman for the song festival is Miss Dorothy Susman, who will be assisted by Miss Toby Cooper, refreshments; and the Misses Lucille Yagoda and Selma Lewis, decorations The Young Judaea groups of "Chalutzlm" and "Yagour" which meet at Beth Jacob Congregation, will be the hosts. *Jewisti FhridHain PAGE ELEVEN Workers Alliance Sponsors Theater Party Jewish National Workers' Alliance, the Labor Zionist Fraternal organization, is presenting a Jewish theater evening February 29 at 8 p.m. in the Miami Beach High school auditorium. The five well known European artists included in the program are stopping in Miami on their tour of the United States and Canada. Diana Blurnenfelr 1 Jnis Turkow, Jedidio Epstein, Al Harris and Max Lubctsky will together furnish an evening of songs, comedy, recitations and one-act plays. Information about the performance and' reservations are directed to Jacob Tarr, 58-8441 or Mr. Dorff. 850 Jefferson ave.. Beach. ABBOTT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Specializing in HELP FOR HOMES 141 N. E. 2nd St. Phone—3-6187 & 9-4280 Miss Scheer Selects June 20th Date Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer of 2110 S.W. 21st St. announce the engagement of their daughter. Myra Jean, to Maurice William Samuels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marx Samuels of 6486 S.W. 10th Terr. June 20 has been set for the date of the wedding in the Robert Richter hotel. Miss Scheer was graduated from Miami Senior High school and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Samuels, who comes from Pittsfield. Mass.. studied at May's Engineering school there before serving two and a half years in the Armored tank corps. WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 5:30 to 6:15 P. M. 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PAGE TWELVE + le*istncrkfk*n FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1 948 Zionist s To Greet National Offioer The entire Laboi-Ziunist group of Greater Miami, consisting of the Poale Zion. Farband branches and Pioneer Women clubs will participate in the Tourist's Party and reception in honor of Louis Segal. Saturday evening. February 28th. at the Edward hotel. Miami Beach. Segal is a leading figure in the Zionist movement, playing an important role in Jewish life here Louis Segal and ..: v • %  i. he was imental in I growl the organi; tioi in the disemination of Jew -. ultu e Immed:..-' the Zion:.-' Palestine to | in the deliberati ns I the World Zionist A,:, ns C tl • and t %  %  :. .' %  ... %  E which hi is i • A ..;. I: m th( W '• Art Theatre • ntly come this country, will maki :; %  • ception rendering a number of ns in Yiddish and in HeIncome Tax Specialist BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS 4 Years With the Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 Orange Bowl Scene Of Championship Fight On Tuesday Willie Pep. recognized .is one of the outstanding 'little men" in fistic history. w:ll make the seventh defense of his featherweight world's crown Tuesdaj when he battles Miami's Humbe: to Sierra. No. 1 title contend. the reconstructed Orange Bow. Hav:n^ eed 1 turn over the net pi :.: I the gala interna: punch-for-pay show I Damon Runyon Memorial Cancel Fund, Promotei Clarence (K#y • set on a $122,000 gate Kantrowiti rived at this figure while a! • : urn at prices rai : $.* general admission to SIS Ie, All prices include the ... taxes • Pep will be nunmng for a new rd of (53 fights without a loss He set the .'hi re< f 62 beI pped the nly loss to Sammy .V then lightweight champion 1943 Since that time he has reg.--. red til wins and a draw. The in 1945 w: ht on even terms with the unpredictable Jimmy McAl! A f( w months after the draw. ed McAllister in tw. I ,iunds. Undei th< direction of T DeTardo of Miami Beach. Sierra icored IS wins in IT starts during the last 18 months. He climbed I th( N l conten l< sp it by defeating the clever Lulu C stantim • ithampion •' Callu:... Pal Brady, Miquel Ace,,nd Sandy Saddler. Saddler being groomed for a title shot at Pep wh( n Sierra checked th the great Minneapolis upset. The Variety Club of greater Miami will hold a big Heart Fund show at the Lincoln theatre on Tuesday night. February 24th at 1100 P m. The feature attraction will be the world premiere of the 20lh Century Fox production "Sitting Pretty," starring Maureoh O'Hara. Robert Young and Clifton Webb. In addition the premiere will be attended by stars of stage, screen and radio. The entire proceeds will be used for Variety Club sponsored children's charities. Adminission is by invitation only and they can be obtained at the box office of the Lincoln or Miami theatres. • Miss Si nal chairman of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah. The sessi ins, which are under the joint sponsorship of the Miami Beach units -if Junior II.,:. ,,i! I Masad i imbine talks m pertinent Jewish subjects by prominent speakerof national and local fame, and are followed by Palestinian dances and songs STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Educational-Social Group Meet At Beach Y SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus, Owner 'A Complete Placement Service' 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 ; current sei ie ti nal-social evenings I this Tuesday evening, in the New Miami Beach Y. ac i A M P SEY I. A II K FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA (A modern, select camp for 30 girls) Plai i of sports, dramatics, dancing, handicraft, nature study. Wholesome, nourishing food and individual attention. Phone H-3400 or 9-5368 for 1948 details. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • I'AI'Mtll VM.IM, • U VI I ICPItOOl l\. \Y* Have Experienced Painters We l<> Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured CALL 9-9604 Moro Painting Co] 1848 N.W. 36th St No Job Too Small, Or Too Big CAMP i J:\.\I um A PK SALISBURY MILLS, N. Y. BOYS GIRLS '5-15 YEARS Friday evening services Everything in camping on program Private Lake — Medical Staff Individual Attention Write Only Few Vacancies Left CAMP CARLYLE 32 Acres Ideal Summer Camps for BOYS AND GIRLS ,,r.., A 9 e 5 ,0 14 Years HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA ^ u %  : •• hers and dietician „. 5 golf, tennis, eU Mik. tw "J? a i : '" twice weekly M>ke Levme University of Miami Physical Education r n^,'? St I, U i ,or Pr 9ram Director £n N D X F R COMING SUMMER For honk, S BESS GLASS ER. Director For ^-'^-Bt'ons contact Bob or Jean Arnold iJB Washington Avenue, Miami Beach PHONE 5-2988 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Memorials of WMmriMmmP MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BU I L ^ RS 3279 S. W. 8iT eti n A WayS Hand UILDERS Phone 4-5922 Partition Proceedings Heard On Yiddish Hour Morris Nasutir, director of th. WINZ Yiddish Classical Hour Sundays at 12 noon, has scheduled a series of programs featuring ti inscriptions of a new album which has just appeared titled "A Nation Is Born." The transcriptions are actual recordings of the sessions of the United Nations when the question of partition and the historic vote for a Jewish state were recorded. The thrilling, dramatic struggle to establish the Jewish state in Palestine, the actual voices of Chaim Weitzman, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Moshe Shertok. David Ben Gurion, Dr. Emanuel Neumann Rabbi Wolf Gold, Mrs S. w! Halprin and leading delegates to the United Nations General Assembly, are among the programs to be presented. The Yiddish Classical Hour also is heard on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 6:15 over WINZ. HOUSE FOR SALE In Gables, Granada Section, 150 ft. front, well landscaped, prewar CBS 2 bedroom, Cuban tile roof, all tile features, electric kitchen. Jaloused back porch (3d bedroom), fireplace, cedar closets. Furnished complete including silj ver and linens. $8,000 handles. NO BROKERS. If interested write P. O. Box 3575, Miami 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 ond Third Roces 4dm.iS.or -No Minors! 2St TRANSPORTATION K.a Aooim ••T|lifd to.. FlookSt. ond "•/. F.,„ 442 E Los OI d (. g u( -iir U 'voli. HOLLYWOOD .KENNEL CLUB



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1948 ^JewistiflcrSdnafi PAGE THIRTEEN Charter Presentation Br Heiman Head* B'nai B'rith W.M'ks Activities Louis Heiman, president District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai g'rith, will officiate in charter presentation ceremonies to be in honor of the newly ord Isaac Levin Lodge, 8:15 pin Feb. 24th, at Temple Israel, Miami. Officers of the new lodge will 1„. installed by Jack Abbott, president of the State Federation 0 f B'nai B'rith Lodges, and a pasi president of Miami's Sholem Lodge. Isaac Levin, a past presi| District No. 5 after whom the new lodge was named, will be the honored guest of the evening and will share the platform with E. Albert Pallot and Louis Q rdon, organizers of the new group. of tuial forum, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 24th, has been postponed in order that the membership of the lodge could offer full cooperation and participation in a Coral Gables "Brotherhood Week" rally to be held that same evening at the Coral Gables Elementary school. B'nai League B'rith Girls' Bowling has entered the second week of their current twelveweek tournament held Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Recreation Bowl, 301 S. Miami Ave., accordi n g to league president, Harriet Her. Rev. Paul Jewett. Father Mcand Rabbi Leon Kronish will be the principal speakers in a Brotherhood Week initiation ceremony sponsored by the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and 1 fessional Women, Tuesday, 8 30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach YM1IA Darry Davis, secretary of the County Bar Association, will address members of Sholem e at their weekly luncheon, today, 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown Club. Judge David Rose of Boston and Louis Heiman. District No. 5 pn sident, will officiate at a charter presentation banquet and installation of officers of the newly organized Tropical Lodge No. 1713 of Miami Beach on Monday. 7:30 p.m.. Feb. 23rd. at Huyler's Restaurant Irving Cypen. president of Tropical Lodge, will rethe charter from Heiman. A "Get Acquainted" meeting of the North Shore Lodge will be held Wednesday 8:30 p.m.. Feb 25th, at Beth Sholom Temple. The informal evening will feature a talk by Mrs. Irving Becker. vice president of District 5 Women's Grand Lodge. The Coral Gables Lodge CulSislerhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has scheduled its Purim festival for Sunday. March 14. in the new Miami YM & WHA. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN tnm the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Fictitious name oi Mln-Eds Restaurant at Jill'. Ponce rte Leon Blvd., Coral Cables, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Un.ie County, Florida. EDWARD OXENBKHG MINNIE OXENBERG Wasman, Silver ABakowlts Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-27 ^/5-l2-l9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli.u the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the fictitious name ol Bayshore Charter .v.Boat Rentals at 1821 N. E. Bayshore Place, Intend to register said name with the Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade Count>, Florida. HOWARD E. LEPPBR CLARA c. LEPPER Wasman, Silver • Bakowlts Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-21 3'.-.-12-19 iv n.,,, N0T,CE TO APPEAR ,.,','.',':•. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I. LE\ K.NTll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '. %  !;.;,; p ~ ,N CI *ANCBRT. No. EtOBNE Kl.lNn MUELLER, Plaintiff. vs. ALBERTA O. KLI.M., MUELLER, Defendant. l<> ALBERTA o. FORTEN (or ALBERTA O. FOKTSON) 2102 Santee Avenue Columbia, South Carolina YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai EUGENE KLING-MUELLER, your rormer husband plaintiff in tills cause, has filed a Petition to Modify the Final Decree of Divorce entered on August 22. HIP;, by the Honorable RO88 WILLIAMS, Senior < ircuit Judge. You are hereby required ';• !" your written Appearance, Answer or other pleadings to said Petition with the Clerk of the above styled Court on or before the IMII %  lay of March, A. D. 1948; otherwise, the allegations of said Petition will itaken as confessed by MU IT IS ORDERED that thin Notice !"• published once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FI.DKIDI.W, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th day of February, A. D 1948 F:. ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (circuit Court Beal) By M c GREEN, Deputy Clerk VIVION II RUTHERFORD 605 Lincoln Itnad Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff. 2 20-27 3/5-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of MARSHALL'S, at 43* 41st Street, Miami Beach, Florida, and intend to legister the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Cntintv. Florida. LARRY HOFFMAN HENRY MARSHALL Sole i rwnei i OEOROE CHERTKOF, Attorney for applicants I 10-27 J/5-12 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F THE 1 ITU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KIX>R1DA. IN CHANCERY, No. 114827 Po.\l/> V1ROILO PERRONE, also known as PERONI, Plaintiff, vs FLORENZA MARIA PERRONE. Defendant. TO: FLORENZA MARIA PERRONE Residence Unknown You are hereby notified and required to appear t<> the Hill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before March 22nd, l48, otherwise the Bill of Complaint win be tak.n as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, s newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. Dated this 18th day of February, IMS i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Beal I By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON V FRIEDMAN Attorney at Iaw 1022 Seybold Hulldlng Miami. Florida. 20-27 8/6-18 LILLIAN DURRANT'S 41nt Street Flower 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 ACE BUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phonc 9 1155 RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED Carpel Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING NORTH BEACH HOME PATIIOL 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employees For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach BUCK'S POULTRY & EfiBJBSSL, WHOLESALE 8r RETAIL ur C.TIIRDAY" •SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY ^ 2218 N. W. 2nd Ave. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCKRY. NO. 114630. CON8TANTINB PAPPAMACKEL. Plaintiff, vs. JOAN PAPPAA1AUKF-L, also known as JOAN MICHAELS, Defendant. TO: JOAN I'.llTAMACKEU also known as JOAN MICHAELS. 40-18 Hamilton Street, Jackson Heights, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by CONSTANT1NE l'AI'I'AMACKKU your lui.ili.ind. in the alsive styled cause and in the above named Court; and VOU are further notified you are hereby required to file an appearance In Bald proceedings on or before the 8th day of March, A. D. 1948, otherwise the allegation* of said Kill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order Is to be published once a week, for four (41 consecutivo weeka, in THE JEWISH FI/ORIDIA.N, a newspaper published in Dade Counts Florida. Dated this 7th day of February, A. I). 1948 E. B. DEATH r.KMA.N, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GDI 1.1), Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 2/13-20-27 3/5 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE KIRSCHE.NBAUM. 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 114892. MORRIS GLEANA, Plaintiff, vs. MARY GLEANA. Defendant. To; MARY OLEANA, 2069 soth Street, Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARF. HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above *t> led cause for dlvoree, on or before the 19th day of March, 1948, Dated this 18th day of February, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J HAND. Attorney 827 Calumet Building Miami. Florida 2/20-27 8/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:BY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Cullford Poultry Co. at 101 N. W. 8th Street, intend t.> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade County. Florida. IXH'IS ORONER SHIRLEY OELMAN MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants. 2/13-20-27 3/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House BUI No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida, 1341, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and lor Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: PARK PHARMACY under which we are engaged In business. We expect to engage in business at number 2200 Southwest Eighth Street, in the City of Miami. F'lorida. That the parties Interested In saw business enterprise, are as follows; HENRY OILMAN BOPHIB OILMAN RUDOLPH SCHER SALLY SCHER JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants. I. 28-SO J/'i-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Park Cleaners and Hand Laundry at S68 N W S6th Street, Miami. Fla. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS and RUTH OITTLEMAN 1/13-20-27 3/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sheridan Lake Shop at :.l!list Street, Miami Beach, F'lorida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the t 'Ircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN KIRSHMAN Petitioner. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner. 2/13-20-27 3/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Red Road Food Market at 4O12-40l Red Road. Miami. F'lorida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida. KEN FEINRICRG ALBERT BARON, Partners. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. 2/6-13-20-27 3/5 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUIKJE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 19038. RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPH MILLER. A/K/A/ JOSEPH GABBY MILLER, A/K/A JOSEPH GABBY, A/K/A ,|i >F: CABBY, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of JOSEPH MILLER deceased; and that on the 1st day of March, 1948, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of JOSEPH MILLER, deceaaed, This 27th day of January, 1948. FRANK MILLER. WASMAN, SILVER & BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Administrator 1 :i" 2 >; 13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ann's Lunclconette at 136 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, F'lorida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida. JAMBS HERALD SECUNDA Sole Owner. MARX FETNBERG Attorney for Applicant 2/8-18-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QiVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot GULF PLUMBING Ac BUILDING SUPPLY at 198 Northwest 24th Street, Miami. .-Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE URAUNSTEIN JOSEPH POPPELAUER THEODORF: BARR WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 2/6-13-20-27 3/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name I of Shell Company at 200 N. \V. 1st Strct, Miami. F'lorida, Intend to rcgIster said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. OUSTAVE AHRAMS MILDRED ABRAMB Partnei s MARION BROOKS Attorney for Applicants. 2 13-20-27 3/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Fran-Sal Originals. Creators of Ladles Fashions at 1534 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SALLY GRBISMAN Sole Owner. Welnstein. Weinstein & Weinstein Attorneys for Applicant I'II Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IVnn-Wav Pharmacy at 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, lnjenl to register said name with the Clei k of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ABRAHAM NEWMAN SYLVIA NEWMAN SHIRLEY WOOLF Attorney for applicants. 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of Empire Furniture Factory at 1825 N. E, 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida. EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 2/6-13-20-27 3/5 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANI> F'OR DADE COUNTY. F'LORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 111495. LOUISE LENTINE. Plaintiff, vs. PETER LENTINE, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: PETER LENTINE, Painter Avenue West Haven, Connecticut You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Kill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above Btyled cause on or before the 3rd day of March, 1948; otherwise the allega| tions ol said Bill of Complaint will i be taken as confessed against you. Let this onler be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORIIUAN. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida Dated this 2nd day of February, 1948. E li LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit court Seal) By M. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 114650. JOHN T. WALSH, Plaintiff, vs. LILLIAN C. WAI^SH. Defendant TO: LILLIAN C. WALSH 9668—112th Street Richmond Hills, Long Island. New York You are hereby notified aml_ required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before March 16, 194S, otherwise the Kill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you Let this order be published once n week for not less than four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this nth day of February, 1948 E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal I By M C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1028 Seybold Building Miami. F'lorida 2/13-20-27 3/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERFiBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY and SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO. at 1817 North Miami Avenue. Miami. F'lorida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STEVE J. DURA1. Wasman, Sliver & Sakowltx Attorneys for Applicant 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Van Ralon Company (not Inc I a! 1481 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN COVAN and LEONARD L. COVAN Partners. 2/20-27 3/5-12-19 SAM 8ILVER Attorney 1703 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 2/6-13-20-27 C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT ColltT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY. FIXHUDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 114363. MAX KLF:TTF:R. Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL KLETTER, Defendant. TO: ETHEL KLETTER .'.si Timpson Place Bronx. New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before February 27. 194s, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County, F'lorida. Dated this 27 day of January, 1948. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court. (Circuit Comt Seal! By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTONA FRIEDMAN Attorney for uiaintiff 1023 Seybold Bidg. Miami, F'lorida 1'30 2/8-13-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F'oR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No, 114774. ETTA SMITH, Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL SMITH. Defendant. THE STATE OF" FLORIDA: TO: SAMUEL SMITH care of Dr. Max Smith 461 Baal 96th street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Kill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 13th day Of March. 1918; otherwise the allegations of said BUI will be taken :is confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DATF:D this 12 day of FVbruarv. l4s. B B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Beal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1701 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 2/13-20-27 8/3



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PAGE FOURTEEN fjeni^lf IfkridHan ________—= FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 Temple Sisterhood Garden Party Feature Event Biggest event scheduled for the year by Temple Israel Sisterhood is to be their garden party at the home of Mis. J. A. Richter, 4666 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach, on Thursday, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Tickets, at two dollars a person, may be obtained from Mrs. Henry E. Wolff, til : man. or from other members of the committee. Refreshments will be served. Men ning the affair im •' %  %  Nat L \V: Mrs J. Gerald Lowland Mrs. Harold Sp. t, Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs I Hirsch, Mrs Willian Sn< M.s. Albert Hirsch, Mrs W Singer and Mrs E'. hostesses and tables, M.s Dan Rus Duv;d B.,s>. Mrs and Mrs. Gus !•' %  i prizes, Mrs J A R M: Max Orovitz. Mrs. Lewis Freedn and M freshments; M and Mrs. :.: .: %  Gus ; and Mrs. Isaac Levin, Molshe Ovslier at tutu Tfilah Cong. Cantor Moishe Oysher aped m a concert Wedn. evening for the benefit o\ the Refugee Rabbinical Colege and Trade School of Chicago, tr Beach High school auditorium. ,. St.:. young 'he Sl hl t of its kind 1 m the U.S. A commits by businessman Edward Matthews of ( building where the boys quartered and ..re planning rang( : several m n R ibbi Hirsh • : : per' %  tion zone, t trip i • n fugees In i %  Cant 0; shei Sal %  I n SANTO SPRINGS HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR STA. FLA. 1 hour by plane to Tampa, our auto service. Modern, fireproof, steam heat, elevator, solariums. patio, 60 outside rooms. 60 mineral 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. Miami Hebrew School Gives Package Party M;. Jun. %  • ty Sunda; : npus i 1101 S.W I2tl mplete ..... gregat i ill be a : handise val % %  1 ; Sam Schulwolf • li d by M:> Jack SI and V. Joseph S< Mr.!• .,,; :.: Ben (oldei .: Davi Frank, Mrs Schulwolf, and Mrs Gi I Temple Beth Sholom Honors Music Month %  '' 'li ,1 will Jew.sh V Rabb. K nil % % % % %  %  Jewish Mus M ..x, Weiugl %  •' : through Jewish Mrs. Belanoff Hostess Mrs Charles Belanoff was hosluncheon given for the \ %  n Jew sh Congress at the l a ho tel, Coral Gables, recently. Guests included Mrs, Max Philadelphia; Mrs. An. mensky. New York Cityy; Ml-S S Si..nskv. Miami Beach; | ss Doroth.V Manner, Plain's I "GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7096 SAY GREETINGS MUTUAL UFB INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building PHONE 3-7020 EM BLEM MIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS GILPIN'S G.CL.YruL.'LCL£lo LL_ PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 159 S.E. 1st St. Miami Phone 2-0643 Accessories for the Amateur and Professional A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL W. C. "Bill" LANTAFF Dade County Representative to the State Legislature CAMP OSCEOLA TWO SEPARATE CAMPS FOR JEWISH CHILDREN iest. 1924) FOR GIRLS on Mills River Shoe, X. C. Resident Doctor and Nurse Modern Sanitation All Outdoor and Water Sports Directors: MR. AND MRS. HERBERT SILVER 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 FOR BOYS on I, ville X 2500 Elevation %  : Sabbath Services C. TO ALL Tiili SK.\SO\S HiiST WISHES EDWARD T. FITZGERALD & SON 4 OVIIIA4 TOItS NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL PHONE 78-2284 211 N.E. 97th STREET MIAMI GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LO UlS GERBER tail -Hill M IAMI TITLC tOktmctCo. ~^!L —i -r^si The DOORWAY to a successful future is through regular, ay sterna tic SAVING JOIN' THE THOUSANDS WHO SAVE AT... DADE FEDERAL WITH SAFETY 2% current rate of ili\ i ill-nil (par annum) J20.000.000 ESCROWS u or Tiro mra %  MUX cewn PK ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF WISAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE %  A.i Jfeorlr S2.000.000.00 41 H. E. FIRST AVE, TELEPHONE 3-9861 'ADE FEDERAL WitfU



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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20. 1948 ^Jewislincridlian PAGE FIFTEEN I jV jS OF OUR TIMES ^E HIGHEST OFFICIAL OF THE JEWISH AGENCY FOB WLESTINE, THE MAN GREATLY RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATION OF THE JEWISH STATE IS... -0£ I£ BEN-GURION (Ulnit b, NORMAN nd SOL NODEL Ml b, RHOOA 8 SIMON >/\-J i\jy\ i^j, BORN IN MLANO IN 1666. BEN -CURION CREW UP IN A ZIONIST HOUSEHOLD WITH THE WORDS OF HEQZL RINGING IN HIS EARS. HE LEFT FOR PALESTINE IN 1906 TO WORK ASA FARM UIMH.lMtt.HE SETTLED IN THE NORTHERN PART OF PALESTINE. AS A ZIONIST, BEN-GURION TOOK THE ALLIED SIDE AGAINST TURKEY INWORLD WAR I. AND CONSEQUENTLY WAS EXILED FROM TURKISHRULED PALESTINE IN 1915. ALONG WITH I5AAC MN-ZVI.HE CAME TO THE U.S. TO ORGANIZE AMERICAN JEWISH YOUTH INTO A PIONEER. CROUP FOR THE FUTURE SETTLEMENT OF PALESTINE. 4"*. rtfc HERE BfN-GURlON MET AND MARRIED k NURSE PAUIA.IN I9I7.AFTER THE DEFEAT OF TURKEi; THEY RETURNER TO PALESTINE WHERE BEN-GURION FOUNDED THE HISTADRUT 1 (CEN ERAL FEDERATION OF LABOR). AS GENERAL SECRETARY. A POST HE HELD FROM 1921, HE 6ECAME THE MOST POPULAR FIGURE IN THE COUNTRY AND IT WAS NO SURPRISE WHEN HE WAS ELECTED IN 1933 TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE JEWISH AGENCY. TWO YEARS LATER.HE WAS ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE BOACD.A POSITION HE HAS SINCE RETAINED. AGREATORATOR.BEN-CURION SPEAKS NINE LANGUAGES.AND HAS WRITTEN THREE BOOKS AND MANY ARTICLES DURING HIS CAREER. IN NOV.,1947. FOLLOWING THE DECISION Of THE U.N.TO FORM THE JEWISH STATE, HE DECLARED THAT HIS J06 WAS NOW JUST BEGUN. HE GOES FORWARD WITH HIS INTENSE HEAD HELD HIGH-THE MAN WHO IS CERTAIN TO 6E THE FIRST PRIME MINISTER OF THE JEWISH STATE... iVInnli Menuhin To Play With IIiain i Symphony Appearing with the University Miami symphony March 7 nd 8 will be the famous violinit, Yehudi Menuhin. His pair of bncerts will be the sixth in the Diversity series to appear in the lud:t rium of Miami Senior High fchool. During his tour of Europe and ngland last year, Menuhin was be first American artist to be pviied to play in Prague or MosOA" since the war. tf<:. ihin's playing has recently leen featured in "The Magic bw," a British film on Paganini's |fe. Although the artist is not en throughout the picture, aptoximately 45 minutes of his lolin music is heard including llections by Brazzini, Beethoven BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD lond Transfer Co. I ru€*king 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 TO ALL GREETINGS Wall or soil. Jr. Body & Palnl Shop "ELDING, AUTO PAINTING |BODY & FENDER REPAIRS Reasonable Estimates 24 N. E. 13th Street Phone 3-7108 Debbs Chapter Holds Open House At Hillel Debbs chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold its first open house tomorrow evening at 8:30 p.m. at Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables. Miss Roslyn Morris, chairman of the affair, will be assisted by Doris Brown, refreshments; Hinda Kordish, decorations; Velma Schwartz, hostess chaiman, and Charlotte Sandier, publicity. and Tartini as well as Paganini. Often called one of the living masters of the violin, Menuhin rarely follows edited versions of classics, but plays the original version as the composer had intended his number to be played TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES BERNI HOTEL O. FISCHER, Mgr. 204 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI, FLORIDA HI OONEV IRON WORKS Machine Shop 1299 N. W. 29th Street PHONE 2-7583 PORTABLE EQUIPMENT Acetylene and Electric Welding A. L. DAVIS. Jr. best wishes for brotherhood to our many friends and customers sears, roebuck and co. miami GREETINGS!!! JOHN A. MOORE AND MSCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. Blue Print*—Photostat*—Drawing Materials Wfcup and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3W6



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PAGE SIXTEEN Miss Thompson to Address Forum ,, twn Hall Forum nhlp Temple and Temple m Men s dubs will pn naiity. Dorothj Thomj rill appear at litorium T Binder committee % %  •" '' Days." i and • <:> fOI t in ireeADL Prepares Program For ABC Broadcast In conjunction with BmthcrI lod week, "David Harding Counter Spy" is P" *2? tln a special program titled "The Case ,,, the Power Mad Puppet on February 22nd at 5:30 p.m. over lne American Broadcasting Company and its affiliated stations. 1„ Miami, radio station WQAM M ill carry this broadcast. The program was prepared with FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y % the cooperation 0 t ha e ADL'S Radio and Civil Rights ments,' and the Anti'.nl,' 1 1 '" 1 U— of B^t^H ceive air credit. A special citation i. v granted to the program h" 1 National Conference of ft, /^ and Jews in connect^ ?"** annual radio awards f or with it, grams contributing to „ standing and respect amongX American people." Pro. under. lloth llavitl Cong. Plans \v Edif Ice Beth David cong %  will be hosts • %  •" %  Sun day so 1 •' ap post Announo be made of the sel itect to complete • %  e has 30 p.m. Bernard SI which nsists of Alex :: Jack Ros i Seigel and M P-T A. Dec to be "•'•' ip reI new buil I to follow I lanning to atten I .'..• Mrs. L mis Mart Beth 1 >le. Jewish Education Bureau Conducts Seminar A si %  will I I of Jew ih Edu %  igfor i tsucThe s will %  e, 318 O BuildJewish Emigration Depends On UJA ntinued ti el) Stein pleaded with the assembled workers lo help turn hope into realization. He declared that 75.000 Jewish refugees "stand on the threshold of a betler life in Palestine" and added that hundreds of thousands of others will have the same opportunity in the future as a result of the United Nations action on Palestine. "Meanwhile," "we must sup; to fit fe that awaits them." Important phases of this which were enumerated by Mr. n ; rams in the DP medical rehal ipment of million of pounds of f->r>d supand hundreds of I of garments. Luba Roy To Entertain Beach Aged Auxiliary 1:30 p.m. in the %  Miami B lent Mrs. Benjamin SI will preside. Lu' R nist, will ... ... %  nt and t i Dorothy Thompi :es her %  • with tht N unity. e will be t the d to be at 7 p.m. There are no eservati ins. iPoinciana Arrivals P :.ciana |B. Sit [Philad 11 : Henry Z Boston Mr. and .'.' C Ml ^domcuil THE WORLD-FAMOUS SARATOGA MINERAL WATERS GEYSER HATHORN AND COSEA SARATOGA VICHY hi to You Withi it Any Extra Charge Also Soft Drinks—Beer—Wine Call 48-9248 HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE 2206 S. W. 27th Avo. ffliftn;r MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" High Grade TAILORED VEXETIAX BL1XDS 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 / Quality Jood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS rin,5'. stribu,ed b Y the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-P141 TRULY NOLEN, Presid 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 GOOD NEWS!! For Orthodox and Kosher Homes THE DADE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET AT 153 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI. FLA.. PHONE 3-1430 Come in and be convinced Owners A. Chiel and H. Zaidman wish to announce that in addition to their strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry a complete line of € A 11 M E L KOSHER PROVISIONS has IMM'II installed Under Supervision Mr. H. Zaidmanj We service weddings, bar mitzvahs, and parties, also retail and wholesale. LISTEN JO EVERY TUESDAY (JSttaDH) 5:30 to 6:15 P.M. The Dade Kosher Meat fe Poultry Market is supervised and | endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth MICHAEL ROSENBERG'S LITTLE R0UMANIA 2 WE DO CATERING FOB ALL OCCASIONS THE HOUSE OF EXCELLENT FOOD JOY AND LAUGHTER GREAT PERSONALITIES IN ONE EVENING 2 Mill ATT A HOY GETZKI' and His llronzville Football Tea* Every Night at 12 Midnight A Saperb Cast of Entertainers and the Great < ant or From Pokyps*? Very Good ShcpshH Kanarie Every Evening at 9 O'Clock EXTRA! / EXTRA! f patron bringinc. will be presented with an autograpfc 12 o'cto^ Every patron bringing a party of 6 or more to • „^\ show will be presented with an autographed *•* at a Football Game" at "Shopshel Kan Our famous Rumanian food is prepared W^*. supervision of our famous chef, Sam For Reservations Call 5-1441 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY 9 and 12:30



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PPJDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 Jwislifhrkteu) PAGE SEVENTEEN letters To The Editor Dear Editor: I read with consternation the letter of Harry Simonhoff in the Jewish Floridian of Feb. 6th, who I hope, was expressing his own opinion, to which he is entitled, in regards to the Irgun Zvai Leumi and the Stern Group and their attempts to collect money for their interests, in the United States. Being a very active member of the Miami Beach Zionist District and supporter of the Hagana, I cannot help but protest very strongly against the utterances of tne so-called "old line Zionist leaders" who believe that just by virtue of being Zionists for the last twenty-five, thirty, or fifty years or so, they have the right to monopolize the Jewish scene here or in the Yishuv, and not allow other groups, though small, to have their expressions of thought and action, regardless 0 f how useful they may prove in the struggle that we are facing in the Yishuv today. It isn't a question of several armies in Palestine at all because it is ;i matter of record that in all the battles now being fought in the Yishuv all the groups are under ;> unified command. At this crucial and serious moment in the history of the Jewish people to hive representative Zionists come out publicly and assert that these patriots who are making the supreme sacrifice are "terrorists" or "gangs" is something that befits the Bevins, the Atlees, the Mufti and their cohorts. It must definitely not emanate from our own people, particularly from responsible community leaders. As far as the Irgun Zvai Leumi soliciting funds at Miami Beach, I wish to state that after meeting their leaders here and verifying their credentials, I can see notning wrong in their efforts to contnet those people who out of gieal admiration for their courageous deeds and actions against such overwhelming odds wish to contribute to this organization. It can only add to the strength of our defense in the Yishuv. It is also important to note at this time that the gentlemen representing the Irgun Zvai Leumi make a special point when appealing for funds to bring out the fact that they do not wish to interfere with the great drive now taking place for funds for the Hagana, and that the fact that the Irgun will stop acting as a separate unit as soon as the National Defense Army is established by the Jewish State. Let us not kid ourselves—at present we only have the decision of the United Nations giving us the opportunity to establish a Jewish Stale. It may be a blessing to nave militant groups in the Yishuv on the alert lest the Dr. Wcitzmann group dare to appease again) I am confident that the rank ;:na file of the Hagana and Irgun Par go forward together towards the ultimate victory which is ourv. if only the top leadership in the Jewish Agency would give everyone of the groups a chance of participation and a voice of expression in the building of the Land of Israel. I pray that through understanding and unity among ourselves the nations of the world will fulfill their promised support of the UN. decision and the immediate attainment of our goal—a free and independent Jewish State. Sincerely. S. A. GOODMAN. I GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER 4-HILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER GREETINGS II:TI:HS SMOKEII I ISII CAPT. BILL PETER 1 N. W. 71st St. Miami Editor Jewish Floridian: This letter is in reply to Harry Simonhoff's attack on the military organization of the I.-gun. and their representatives who are here collecting funds to help them in their battle against the Mufti's (Continued on Page 24) SINCERE WISHES FOR THE BROTHERHOOD II. IVKMSI 4\ I KM Kill AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE 11 i .Sj H A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD I.ula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 — Phones — 2-5384 GREETINGS TO ALL ALTON RADIO SHOP 1670 Alton Rd. Miami Beach Phone 5-4512 Specializing in RADIO PHONOGRAPHS We Repair All Electric Appliances i'. i TO ALL ... A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD Arlyn & Jackie Tots to Teens 843 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7841 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S BEST WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th Street Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. 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WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shops" 836 Lincoln Road — 241 Coral Way "WISHING TO*ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 NW 2^ Street 'Hone 33689 N. Maksymovich, Owner Office Phone 58-4468 GENERAL WIMIOU CLEANING SERVICE Stores, Hotels, Residences and Apartments 1784 West Avenue Miami Beach, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS E. II. HI BHH \ & ASSOCIATES Realty Service Co. 1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754 i 1 GREETINGS S.ob Brother* Consiroetfon Co. 724 N. E. 88th St. *TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD SMITH HAMILTON SHOP ;*. %% %  %  r B i ND iNG SERVICE HESTAURANTS^HOTELS SPECIALTY^ ^ 232 S. W. 2nd Ave. tj_4 DOUGLAS LUMBER CO. LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS Phones 48-2465—48-9862 3775 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida



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PAGE EIGHTEEN Winter Resident* I Jwlah Children's Book Surpass line-fifth Of UJAGoal With seme $40,000 of their quota of $200,000 already raised, workers in the winter residents The division at its first funcJewish Appeal met at Federation quarters last Tuesday (February 17) and undertook an intensive solicitation of more than 200 prospects. The division at its f first function, a buffet supper held on February 9 in the home of Jack Ablin. U340 N. Bay Road, heard Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the I Beach Jewish Center, tell of his, recent tiip to Europe and P tine. Co-chairmen of the division are Jack Ablin of Chicago; Jack Dubinsky of St. Louis and David S. Phillips of Minneapolis, In a joint statement members of the winter colony, the division chairn en stated: "Those of us from other communities who a; i' fortunate enough to spend our wintei the beautiful state : Fl that we have >n to this community. With >ul ing the prior cities, we believe thai th< majority of W I I tits of this at ea sh uld and wil Ute the:: I to help make the I I Jewish Appeal of G a success." Mrs. Fave Tupler Broadcasts News [n the absence of her daug t. MissJeanetl lirectoroi Jewish News Events ProFayc Tupler will Monday FRIDAY. FEBRUARY an m Wins January Award Jolly Jingles for the Jewish Child, newest title In the B man House list of booki ed honors in the publishing field when it was ch isen as a January selection of the Trade Book Clinic of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. In a letter si by Frank B. Myrick. Editor of Book-binding and B k P luction, Behrman House w a informed thai the award was "ar ; • bute to your adherence to fine standards of hook g eac h Mizrachi Meets P rodu Mia %  %  P t Dr. M. J. Sal : gram. Mrs the news S .day. 4 P-m. WMBM icsted mat the public continue to submi Miss Tupli A colorful book foi I >1 child. Jo II thi nd 1 tivals B f the years. II populi C Aronin. and illustrated b) %  %  Lili C Dr. Pace To Head Optometric Association Europe, v • less Brothi "A >\v. Dr. Mason W P has been i to succeed l 1 R R B .;: ; !. Mian i B South' • I Optomel : n %  : to thi ch D Ivisi d the D ictors to I I elected Dr. Sid F : LauP %  The Directors were i Dr S. G. Schi '.: Dr. M '.: GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Pan-American Bldg. Miami. Fla. Hollywood Aids ADL B'nai B'nth lodge of Holly sponsored its annual D Dance at tin Spot Hallandale, Sun la> nig it, February 15th Al S hei .'.lined thi | Proc ted Secrel Dr. Pau J Archer H tion w n to the Hillel Hospil t Den\ nd other set vici ns. 'i! Phone 5-2418 Alton I'liolo Serviee FRIENDLY SERVICE JAY G. ROSS 1442 Alton Road Miami Beach T SEASON'S GREETINGS William E. took 936 Everglades Concourse PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES XEWMAX'S SIGNS "WE MADE SIGNS BEFORE WE COULD TALK" 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-1603 A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS § A HI K s i: \ i o o i M A It K i: T 723 N. W. 20th Street GREETINGS Mil. Ill It K AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Investments—Commercial PROPERTIES HOMES—SALES—RENTALS 7424 Collins Ave. Phone 6-2734 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS T GREETINGS T N E w V I O > I I It II O T I L 151 N. E. First Street MAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-5734 It M El TI: It's Jewelrv Co., in< 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2197 GREETINGS T Ituss Seiferlh PLUMBING HEATING AND GAS r, EFFICIENT I RVICE 543 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 9-1108 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS T NICK'S Mill l L ALIGlfOTG 2100 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-2828 SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES POXY HAH 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 TO ALL GREETINGS T Mrs. V.C. I'll M>llit u Dexter F Phoi VI MAX SHEET >li i \t 28N.W.^ S ^^ eInAirM ~--^^ mi 35, Fli FOR THE BEST INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS R. B. THRALL TO I\T 330 Alhambra Circle "" ***• Phone 48-8917 GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends S. H. KRESS C0. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. GREETINGS T HellH Llerlrie & >eon Co. COMPLETE NEON SERVICE COLD CATHODE LIGHTING 626 N. W. 10th St. Ph. 9-4155 H. L. O'Brien, Prop. ?IoM N S GREETI ** T LE LI \\ kiih| M BEAUTY SAug For &52S5J ining m MStJSK* GREETINGS BECKS OARAGE 1132 15th Street PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS l.lll.mi ELECTRIC CO. CONTRACTORS — DEALERS APPLIANCES — RADIOS 3028 Grand Ave. Phone 4-0534 TICKETS NOW ON SALE FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION 15 Rounds "The Will of Hit Wisp" WILLIE PEP NO. 1 CONTENDER A VERSUS Winner Over "Sandy" Saddler HUMBERTO SIERRA PLUS 3 ALL-STAR 10-ROUND ATTRACTIONS Heavyweights "Olio" Tandberg vs. Walter Hafer Sweden Washington, D. C. Welterweights Tony Falco vs. Tony Riccio Middletown, Conn. Bayonne, N. J. Welterweights Ernie Forte vs. Ernie Pelaia Providence Miami FEBRUARY 24th ORANGE BOWL BUY YOUR TICKETS AT University Ticket Office 340 S. E. First St. Phone 2-2305 Washington Drug Store 244 Fifth St—Ph. 5-5000 Esquire Tobacco Shop 2028 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-3417 Miami Beach Taylor's Sport Shop 1810 Ponced. Leon Blvd. Ph. 4-4912 Coral GoW* McAllister Hotel Rooms 640-41 Phone 2-6151 / l*



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JAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1948 9, Jenistfk>rid!iari PAGE NINETEEN jortsmen Aid >cal Funds heater Mi ">' %  s P r Cara.. this weekend will include special i veils in behalf of County Cancer Fund the National Children's CarHome of Miami. Twenty-,,.,, lihe most well-known of the announcers and '.'." will he here for • and umuseL, exhibition baseball game Hi-con I Sp 'toaster's team t -., : l G liner's Flamingos b( ', held inn Flamingo park I ncer Fund. Ten1 ients have been E Yankee players ( • participate in the p) Rosen is ex[.' Beach team. : dinner to honor I Babe) Ruth as p irtsman of the the program %  day nil Presentation of a (-plated plaque to the Babe J | at the Beaehtbor dui : the benefit affair home. blom Men's Club Hear Simonhofi [l ff, atl H ney who Utly rel : ned from Palestine • five weeks of in| md observation of will speak on hat is H ippening in PalesTemple Beth V Club meeting on I 00 p.m., in the An open discuswill I How. | S ilosko is President I I Hub and Mr. S. A. |r nan of its ProC GREETINGS Lhholt Eleelrie RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES V.' Repairs us of All Kinds 13400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS pAKKS MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 GREETINGS i "^ Your Host "HCOMSS YOU TO THE 4 WlONAlMel Diredly on Oceon o+ 17'J: St. 1 *K~ tl 1 1 %  1 : : i 3 1 ''. \ %  H iri 3] i' 1 OININ'i P00 COtlMH IMMI MIVAU IIACH ,WIMM I M. peot IARANAS •**<* AZA Leads Services Miami chapter No. 322 of AZA conducted Friday night religious services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last week, with past president Murray Shear and Martin Liebling delivering the principal addresses. Services were prepared by SUnny April, chaplain of the group, with Ted Labow giving the opening prayer and President Richard Pallot. the closing prayer. Palestine Reports Miami Beaach Zionist District is sponsoring a series of radio programs over Station WKAT every Thursday at 8:15 p.m. called ''Palestine Reports." Wolpert Elected George Wolpert has been elected president of the Five Points Improvement association, formed to promote improvements in the business neighborhood around Coral Way and S.W. 12th ave., the "five points" intersection. State Issues CPA List Five Greater Miamians were among the 18 who passed the November examination of the Florida State Board of Accountancy, and qualified as certified public accountants. There were 117 candidates. Those passing from this vicinity were: Chester D. Erwin, jr 1870 S.W. Fifth st. Miami; Mortimer Lasky, 433 N.E. 37th st.., Miami; Abraham Resnek, 36 Montilla ave., Coral Gables; Edward S. Roth, Miami: and William R. Wright, 340 S.W. 27th id.. Miami. COIIAL WAY CLEANERS Coral Gables Dry Cleaning Dress Suits, Rugs and Drapes. 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vJeHitliricridHan ""DAY. Fg RUARW UUUgC riWOI%UMV an> of doW „trodden Euro n<,0 de ci,on of ho Assembly and tho_actu^J^J effor The Rabbinical Aviation ot .G^^ta* g rt to clarify the confuswnc^ed in ; a im ; imm „ u ,lv the American Counol for Juda^, nw ^ approved the 8 ^XVmeriS?jM Committee. Jewish Committee n ;im • ; • %  •-;.•,hik)S0 be a clear Btatement oi what l 0l ; lN, I confusion, that Uu ^!;' n ^,. 1 as Amerpossibleinconsiste, en our oD [cans and as Jews, i nerei: no .u political ago our committee stated The identification of J< ... Thl si ,, ever government may there J(JW £leSh vi • %  ttitud m suffering reman, ^^nlSmng^^we emwhich >' earns : The done wS in any degree aCti Bu? f w^ StTnSn^ruW ment for its i "g m nMMV i y decide a disd Nations A f e !" jL !" jt prescribed a course ot pute between two ieo • par tition was a international conduct; it decree* tnwjw Th(> worId /"diorlf Tne responsible Jews In gJJg of aggression, or ,1 group is acting ... rroUD is disavowal. h S 'Veadersh p g asks for nothing 1 ffhP Assembly of the United 3res policing.ol Natioi n ce that has there been inHitlerf palatine but to '11 It < saawsaart ted as a scrap ol paper. crucial interim beta and the actual withdr the British, order must be maintained i n p a w? %  is not being maintained. Merely to place an ?" on the importation of munitions into Palestine V 1 1 the Mufti can draw arms from other Arab sut %  I certainly not tend to produce that order. HattSS force in Palestine which must be sharply dj3S£S,l from the terrorists. It is a band of Jewish Z3 women claiming no objective other than the SL „f their lives, their hearths and their homes Th7 duct of the Arabs in Palestine is a threat to inLL tional peace and we should ask of our GovemSfl that they support a policy that, through the UnSI Nations, those who are defending the decision of SI Nations, more wnu L-un ue oum. This statement, I believe, raises a standard to whkj v right-thinking American, Jew or Christian wl ting American, Jew or Christian, CM.V ..*.".ting supporter of the United Nad; can with confidence and high hope adhere. (signed) JOSEPH M. PROSKAUER, President The American Jewish Committee. New York, January 19. 1949. SEASONS GREETINGS MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, Inc. 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AY rE roUAHY2aj948 +M\%isttktidliicin PAGE TWENTY-ONE Washington Quiz Test your knowledge about the "SSiute W compiled for [ Jnogram department of the th nnl Jewish Welfare Board's Na h Cen or Division by Beil* w,sl U H was designed connection with Birthday pronard PostalIt for use in i a £ n to n jewteh Community Scrs and YM-YWHAs afSted with JWB.-The Editor. a How many Jews served in rge Washington's Revolution^"ouTof a total Jewish poplftion of 3.000, more than 500 erved as soldiers and milfia men, eluding 35 officers 0 What Jewish patriot s name Js cleared of false charges thru |, he efforts of Washington? Co l, David S. Franks, a jer of the staff of General Ktticdict Arnold, who was perLnally cleared by Washington of baseless charges of implication in lArnold's treason. | Q. With what Jews was Washington associated in the real [estate business? The Gratzes, Aaron Levy, Joseph Simon and David Franks Lho were associated wi'h Washington Franklin and Robert Morris m the Illinois and Wabash ICo. Q Did any Jews serve on %  Washington's personal staff duxling the Revolution? A. Manuel M. Noah of South ICarolina. Benjamin Nones, a IFrench Jew, and Captain Jacob |de la Motta. The dedication exercises of Iwhat svnagogue included a prayer for the safety of Gen. Washington? A. Mikveh Israel Synagogue, Iphiladelphia^in 1782, the prayer I nvoked by Rabbi Gershom M. Seixas. Q. In the homes of what Jews did Washington live at various times in his career? A. Isaac Franks in whose Philadelphia home Washington stayed in 1793 when the government moved to that city; Michael Hart, Easton, Pa., and Moses Isaacs of Newport, R. I. Q. At what Jewish wedding was Washington a guest and reputedly a witness? A. The wedding of Manuel M. Noah, of South Carolina, the father of the more celebrated Mordecai M. Noah, editor and diplomat. Q. What rabbi was among the 16 clergymen who officiated at Washington's first inauguration as President? A. Rabbi Gershom Mendez Seixas, rabbi of Congregation Shcarith Israel, New York, then the only synagogue in New York. Q. What official communication did Washington have with the Jewish community of his day? A.. He wrote letters to the six Jewish congregations in existence at the time of his election to the presidency. Q. What community reception to Washington was planned in a synagogue? A. The Newport Synagogue was the scene of the community meeting that planned welcome to Washington in 1790. Q. What was the ony synagogue visited by Washington? A. The Hebrew Congregation of Newport, R. I., was visited by Washington in 1790 during his tour of the country. Q. What synagogue associated with Washington has been made a national religious shrine by the U. S. Government? A. The Newport. R. I., synagogue, known as the Touro Synagogue. Q. The Jewish Community Center in what city is part of a synagogue associated with Washington? A. The Jewish Community Center of Newport, R. I. which is part of the Touro Synagogue. Q. What is the origin of the phrase, "To Bigotry No Sanction?" A. It is from the letter Washington wrote to the Newport Congregation in 1790. Q. On what three notable occasions did Washington war against religious bigotry. A. In 1775 when he condemned a threatened anti-Catholic demonstration in the American army; in 1785 when he fought in favor of Virginia's religious liberty bill; in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention when he opposed a religious test in the Constitution. THE ADELE HAMPTON PLACEMENT BUREAU DR. A. HAMPTON VOCATIONAL COUNSELORS MISS M. C. HAGEMANN, Manager 718 Lang ford Building 121 S.E. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO OFF THE RECORD SPOTLIGHT ON A PLOT Watch for a new Arab move to paralyze action by the Security Council ... It will be in the nature of a repitition of the unsuccessful "concilation" ruse they tried to pull before the final partition vote was taken by the General Assembly ... A Washington official who has recently returned horn an economic mission to Europe and the Near East told us that when the Arabs submit their "conciliation" bid one of the Security Council members will threaten to use the veto, if the Arab gesture is not taken under consideration The move will be preceded by an Arab announcement of willingness to temporarily stop the fighting in Palestine The conciliation bomb will coincide with a British announcement which Washington sources will immediately call a new development worthy of further study This will be followed by a campaign by the domestic and foreign anti-partitionists to the effect that a delay under those circumstances would not prejudice the Jewish position Simultaneously high brass hats will announce that progress was being made in our oil negotiations with the Arabs and that nothing must be done to disturb the negotiations The plot has a double purpose ... To delay implementation of partition until our election is over ... To postpone action by the Council until the next meeting of the General Assembly when, the plotters hope, they can muster enough votes for a reversal of policy by the international organization We unhesitatingly predict the plot will fail Not only because it will be exposed but primarily because the Yishuv has ideas of its own LIGHTS AND SHADOWS There is a definite silver lining in the still clouded Palestine situation The firm leaction of the Palestine Commission to the Arab war threat marked a turn of great importance The "five lonely pilgrims," as chairman Karel Lisicky called the five-nation commission, may not be so lonely when they make their pilgrimage to Palestine Though nothing has been said for publication so far, this writer has it on unimpeachable authority that indignation ran high at a recent informal gathering of Security Council members Truman's announcement that the U.S. was backing the UN decision and whatever action may be taken towards enforcement was the first encouraging bit of news to come from the White House in a long time Zionists were pleased by the statement despite the fact that Mr. Truman failed to say what instructions were given to our delegation to the UN Lake Success sources intimated last week that hrm UN action would not be forthcoming unless the U.S. showed its hand as unmistakeably as when the issue arose before the Assembly Marshall's assertion that the U.S. supports the procedure conseguent to the UN decision and Forrestal s denial that he was opposed to the Administration's support of partition may well break the back of the anti-partition drive The-wind thus has been taken from the sails of the military and oil cliques THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK One fact is emerging clearly ... The U.S. will keep its partition_ commitment ... The gloomy atmosphere which prevailed the las! few weeks is quickly evaporating ... Our only danger is a aefeatist attitude ... If Zionist leaders retain selfcontrol our enemies will lose the war of nerves Zionist leadership m America proved its mettle in the past Emanuel Neumann was quite right when he recently declared it was ,00 premature to think in terms of redelming the functions of the Zionist Organization of America ... The year 1948, as we predicted weeks ago, will see the emergence of the Jewish slate There will be intrigues, obstacles and bloodshed ... But al obstacles will be overcome ... If there should be a UN military force, opposition to a Russian token force will be greatly !" duced if Russia promises no. .0 move its troops via land ant date On or before that date the UN commission will have to appoint the provisional council of government for the \7t P S,Dle H 7 ThiS W,U "/ Q d6C1S1Ve S,e P When, on May 15, the mandate is surrendered Tel Aviv will automatically be available as a port .0 the UN commission and the Jewish aov ernment After May 15. British authority w.ll be maintained only in those parts of Palestine where British troops have not yet been evacuated There are no British troops at presen m Tel Aviv With the surrender of the mandate 1 authority exercised hv th RriticV, ;„ T~I R._ : ... '^ ai APPOINTED DEAN FOR NEW YESHIVA UNIVERSITY SCH001 J225IiI50Aiti* TO ALI ... A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD Margaret Wilier liquify Salon 440 41st Street MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS 1 \|.„\( 1 l>, Jjioli I Harl-I.in, nnlnl iilmalor %  r 1 %  I |i->. liulogM, I1.1I"'" n.imi ,1 |)i ;in ,.l > i hit 1 I ni>r-il> ,.f I .In, .iii,in and • imiiiiiinil) \ ilin in 1 -I r .>11< >n. ulmli Kill nprn in Sr|ili niliri .1ihi ti.liili ,li%i.iiin 11I lli, I niM-r-Ht IV1-1 nll>. I)r Hart-Inn IIMIII1I1, p..-1 nf I in. 11.,r iif Yohita'* l.r.i.lnii. SIIIIIII.mil I'rnli r ,.( Kill!! .III.,11 II. W. Til Al Kill AGENCY TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES CHECK WRITERS All Makes — Rented Repaired — Sold 123 N.E. 1st St. Phone 2-0115 GREETINGS FOR HAPPY BROTHS C & M v\\ I MVli SRo* 339 N & Firs, Ave nu r MIAMI III AMI CHEMICAL CO. Anchor Brand Products Hoi Fanit San tary Di I nts, Disinfi 1 • Phone 5-4353 824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS TO ALL... BEST WISHES T DAN CHAPPELL Pan American Bank Building BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Miami Typesetting Co. F. H. STREIFERT and Associates 2015 N. W. First Avenue Phone 2-5935 GEORGE LANGER THE SUNGAS COMPAMY Not Incorporated 2950 N. W. 24th St PHONE 3-3685 Extends to All His Jewiih Friends and Patrons th" Wish for A Most Happy Brotherhood i To All a Most Happy Brotherhood SAVOY HOTEL! 252 N.W. Second Street I "Open Year Around" STANDARD SERVICE STATION Atlas Products — Washing — Lubrication 15th Street and Alton Road M Florida Phone 5-9591 BEST WISHES TO ALL .Southern lireproofin Service HARRY FABIAN 914 Pacific Building Miami There's SLEEP in your pillow when you drink this good coffee authority exercised by the British in Tel Aviv wul cease The Jew 1S h government will then be able to import arms and bring in immigrants. na GREETINGS GENERAL INSULATING COMPANY JOHNS MANVILLE ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION 2119 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 9-4842 GREETINGS TO ALL L D. RAY BAG CO. 901 N. W. 54th Street PHONE 78-3404 As the ancient Rabbi Elijah declared: "One of the things for which mortal man must pray incessantly is. good sleep." 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1948 +Jewisti tkrUKbt) PAGE TWENTY-THREE Beach Y Announces Program Additions Carl Weinkle, president of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, today announced the appointment of Hernun Fried as music specialist tor the new YM & WHA, along W ith his report of new "Y" projects, Mr. Fried, a graduate of New York University where he majored in music, also attended Yeshiva College. He has had a great deal of experience in the music field and since his release from the Army has been associated with several of the religious institutions in Miami Beach in their music departments. At present fried is associated with Tempi-; Beth Sholom. Formation of a teen age council composed of various teen age groups en Miami Beach was also announced by Weinkle. Temporary officers elected until the formation of a permanent organization, include Bob Summerstein, president; Leila Gross, vice president* Card Solomon, secretary; Shirley Neilinger, treasurer; and Sybil Rosenbaum, parliamentarian. Purpose of the Council will be to omrdinate the efforts of ;,11 teen age groups to avoid duplication and to organize activities for the united efforts of a number of organizations. Bud Cutler is adv : sor. Other activities initiated at the "Y" recently are Men's Recreation Club, Tuesday at 8 p.m.; At Group, Thursday at 7:30 p.m.: Crafts Group, February 16th at 8 p.m.; Discussion Group, Feb. 15th at 8 p.m. The Arts and Crafts group started for the youneer folks will continue every Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 5:20 "fr-m. The "Y" is to be open every SEASON'S GREETINGS HOWE %  :. MOREIIOCK Company 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 3-5433—P. O. Box 1790 Miami 10, Florida International Motor Trucks Power Units. McCormickDeering Tractors Farm Machinery GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS KALER Kaler Produce Company 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5197 GREETINGS TO ALL BATTERIES Hi-Volt Battery Mfg. 1731 W. Flagler St. Phone 9-9852 C M. SMITH, Owner Mental Health Society To Hear Executives A general meeting of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida was held Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the School Board building auditorium, 275 N.W. 2nd St. Dr. Herman Selinsky, Miami psychiatrist, and Miss Frances Hartshorne, executive secretary for the Connecticut Society for Mental Hygiene, are to be principal speakers. Dr. Selinsky, a member of the board of directors and of the medical advisory committee for the society, is a native of New York where he was chief of the clinic of Mt. Sinai hospital. He served three and one-half years in the army as a Lt. colonel during which time he was in charge of Wakeman hospital center at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, the largest neurosis center in the country Miss Hartshorne, teacher and psychiatric social worker, helped to organize a neuropsychiatric clinic for returning service men during World War I, and organized the first department of Social Service in the Philadelphia hospital for Mental Diseases. She has been instrumental in securing a great deal of governmental aid in Connecticut. The New Haven visitor has among her experiences three years in China with the Peking Union Medical college and the Peking American school. Charles Winkelmann Legislative Candidate Charles A. Winkelmann filed recently for the State Legislature from Dade County, on the Republican ticket. A native of Cuba, Missouri, Winkelmann received his education in the public schools of that city. Mr. Winkelmann came to Miami in 1925 and has been engaged in the manufacture of corrugated boxes, cartons, crates and baskets. Ifl GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD "From A Snack to A Steak" Sally's Coral Inn Restaurant The Only Original Sally Kitchen Under Personal Supervision of Famous CHEF BEN FIRESTONE "It's Good To Be Home" 602 S. W. 12th Avenue 4|i Commercial Refrigeration and Soda Fountain Repairs Nil ml ill. -in Refrigeration Phone 4-2642 GREETINGS TO ALL tjj Nuta's Yaeht Basin 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-3067 GREETINGS Tlll{ Mil I II \ SALESROOK CO. Langford Building Represented by R. J. WAINWRIGHT Phone 2-0646 i[i day except Friday evening and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. and is now developing a comnlete program if activities for nil age groups, Weinkle reports. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Letters to the Editor (Continued from Page 17) Marauding Arabs on one hand, and the provocative British Instigators and Murderers who are determined to wipe out the Yishuv in an orgy of blood. What a short memory Mr. &imonhoff has. It was only a year ago that all the Zionist organizations haves staged a mammouth protest meeting in Flamingo Park and euologized the saunted memory of Dov Gruner and his comrades (members of the Irgun) who offered their lives for the cause of independence ol the Yishuv. And we lauded the military actions of the Irgun against the British oppressor, who in desperation and tried of the continual guerilla tactics. threw the issue of the fate of the Yishuv into the laps of the U.. Assembly. „.%._# How lightly Mr. Simonhoff shrugs off the Irgun accomplisnments with the comment that thev are a nuisance. The Hagana sensing the seriousness of the crisis of the present situation in Eretz Israel, have sought an agreement with the Irgun to cooperate in the defense of the Yisuv Unfortunately, due to pettv personal and political I sons' of those individuals have hampered the amalgi tions of these tw -: %  I ldld mih tarv forces, the Irgun is competed to carry on its militarj crations as it did before, and financial aid hen in the U.S. In this critical hour, when the fate of the Yishuv hangs in th< balance. Let us not creal si nti in in our own rank.L not divide in two camp dition that would Rive aid and comfort I •' Living in i try, let us '.' ance. by den;. t the 1 ml of the story. .So • Zionist organ:/ I Sues to tell the the exception of 1 A MOST HA??V BROTHERHOOD TC ALL TROPICAL METAL CRAFTS, Inc. (Custom Manufacturing Anything in Stainless Steel From Refrigerators to Tackle Boxes FREE ESTIMATES 1711 N. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-2259 who has accorded them a cordia welcome to the Beth Jacob Synagogue). Let us not forget, that members of the Irgun^ are our Jewish sons and daughters, with a zeal for patriotism, who have sacrificed their lives and will continue to fight and defend the Yishuv with their lives, and all they ask of you are the means to buy the weapons of freedoms. Support both the Haganah and the Irgun. Sincerely, HYMEN SOOTIN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—And methinks it con, all CONSCIOUS Jews ol this community: Jews all over prid on thenacts of charity and well may they be proud Not thi :ty been felt, but here also in these United SI Not onlv have >ui %  %  :1 ; alone, take the Hillel Foundation, for instance, the H imes : i the Aged, I'll ime, and numerous other acts of Jewish kindness which been spons pported by the Jewish communitii • -., ver, sometimes in eagi mess to be par: f I named pr 5, we verl very important factor w we heai ab ut it, we I with a %  av( hand. : suggest outlet • oi the p %  ent is employed in order to main tain his or her family, as tin mS be. Children school Secan be placed in a nursery iy timeif can afford to pay, when UM But wl the school-age child _wh. i ; ui "':'.! he do wlun school is out. that the child is ntinued on Page 261 FRIDAY. FEBRUARYj n lnffl TO ALL GREETINGS Walter, Jr. Body A Paint Shop WELDING. AUTO PAINTING BODY & FENDER REPAIRS Reasonable Estimates 24 N. 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ppjDAY, F EBRUARY 20, 1948 Jewish fhridiair) SILLY LADY IN A FIRE PAGE TWENTY-FIVE By ALFRED SEGAL It seems to me that the American Council for Judaism (antiZionist) is determined to maKc a nuisance of itself. When it started out a number of years Ln it had a cause that appealed tn a great many American Jews ,ho felt that the propaganda of Itehood Zionists was embarrasL them as people who were "L citizens of the U.S. and who abhorred any suggestion of anv other allegiance. But now the American Council for Juda%  m ,-eniinds me of a certain silly woman whose house was afire. It was a large apartment house and the flames were lapping at some of the other windows around the buildingThe absurd woman was worried as to how she would look to the neighbors when she emerged into the street without her make-up on. She stopped to fix her hair, to paint her lips, to look after the symmetry of her eye-brows, to put on one of her best dresses. (I remember this woman well from my cubhood days on the daily paper. She made a story that had the whole town laughing.) The American Council for Judaism is worried about Palestine in the same way. Young people are dying in Palestine for what is as fine as the cause of the men who laid down their lives in the war for American independence or as the cause of the young Irishmen in the struggle of Ireland. A short while ago they were little kids playing, and now, by no compulsion but of their own consciences, they are giving their last full measure for an idea they believe in. Their house has been set afire, you might say, and they perish in their purpose to save it. It's not only their house. In the world as it is today, the world is an enormous apartment house and every nation is a tenant in the community. It is one house. Understanding people know that they are not apart from a fire in the house, in whatever part of the house, whether in Palestine, India or Greece. It's their fire, too, for it's in their house. But the American Council for Judaism, like the silly woman, worries how American Jews will look in the Palestine fire. What will the neighbors think to see American Jews being helpful to a Jewish state in its travail. They may think that Jews in America aren't really Americans. Amid the fire the American Council for Judaism goes to great pains to inform the world that it has only the single allegiance to America. The idea seems to be that as to Palestine American Jews can have only as remote, though not unfriendly, interest, as to any foreign country. I am not a Zionist either. I would much rather sec a bi-national state in Palestine (Jews and Arabs working together in one state). I was not in favor of an exclusive Jewish state in Palestine when the world had already too many nationalisms to A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC, INC. 1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576 The world's great Thoroughbreds are at Hialeah now. Watch them in action-enjoy the thrills that only the top performers can provide! Stake races twice weekly, racing every day except Sundays through March 2. 'OJT TIME.. 2 P. M. Doily Double, First and Second Races. Daily Double Windows Close 1:45 P. M. ADMISSIONS (includinfl to.t): Grondttand $1.50, R.wrv.d S.ati $1 00 additional; Clubhoui. $3.00; Bleach*.. $1.00. Parking 25 ten*. No Minor. Admitted be safely endured. I was afraid that a Jewish state in Palestine might make my own position as an American ambiguous, if not insecure. But I am not going to make a fuss at a tragic fire. I can't be thinking of my own welfare at a moment when peoplepeople who are related to me, mind you—are laying down their lives for the idea of a Palestine state that shall be a homeland for many of the homeless. I'd be a heel to say, "Consider how all this embarrasses me!" No! I shouldn't be thinking how I will look to my neighbors if I take up the cause of these young, to whom an ideal is more precious than their own lives. I am not a cad who, amid a great tragedy, gives thought to the way I look in the holocaust. So I was glad to hear Judge Proskauer (he's the president of the American Jewish Committee and no Zionist, I believe) speaking toward the same direction. He had said: "We are told by the anti-Semites, through malice, and by some small section of American Jewry, through confusion, that this partition (of Palestine) has created a problem of possible inconsistency between our obligations as Americans and Jews. There is no such problem. Five years ago our committee said: 'There can be no political identification of Jews outside of Palestine with whatever government may be established in Palestine'." Yet Judge Proskauer could also speak in favor of the repeal of the arms embargo in order that Jews in Palestine may have means of defense; in favor of a UN force to keep order in Palestine "This is not merely a pro-Jewish position," he said. "This is a pro-American position and a pro-United Nations position." For the sake of its self-respect. I suggest that the American Council for Judaism disband for the duration of the crisis, or that, anyway, it take up a new line. It calls itself a council FOR Judaism but so far it has done nothing at all for Jewish religion, if interest in Jewish religion is what it means when it says it is FOR Judaism. I agree with it that being a Jew is a religious, not national or political, identity. May I suggest that the American Council for Judaism make a new start—FOR Judaism—toward a revival of Judaism? A Judaism, that is, which is dynamic, not just an obligation of paying dues to a synagogue. A Judaism that will convert Jews to a flaming devotion to Jewish ideals. A Judaism that will teach Jews that the success of a Jew is not to be elected to one of the better Jewish country clubs (or to get into one of the better hotels) but to be a courageous bearer of social and spiritual light that is in Judaism. If it takes up these things the American Council for Judaism will really be for something, in accordance with its name, and will be much more respected than it is now when it is like the silly woman in the fire. It will find a most helpful ally in the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, which is not motivated by fears but is courageously dedicated to help American Jews make a fruitful spiritual life of being Jewish. EAST COAST FISHERIES Phone 3-5514 360 W. Flagler at Bridge Ample Parking See Our Appetizing Display SALT MACKEREL, YELLOWTAIL. TROUT, POMPANO, RED SNAPPER. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX *Jelst>nerMto' 1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARYS Letters to the Editor (Continued from Page 24) left free to run wild, gets into trouble and before long, becomes a juvenile delinquet. He doesn't mean to be bad and get into trouble, but because he has no sense of security, no one to discipline him. he acquires and developes a defiant manner, simply to cover up his true feelings, the feeling of not being loved and the feeling of insecurity. We have no foster homes to provide for these children and which they desperately need. Our \ : ious organizations are not equipped to handle such and the parent, seeking aid. is sent from one to another, until either through desperation or sheer disgust, gives up and the chance that his or her child will not fall into temptation and will avoid becoming a "delinquent." or else the parent turns to other ways to help solve the problem. Take the case of L. N. lor example. Hero is a father left with two children, one. aged 6. the other aged 10. The father works all day. earning very little, yet doing everything in his power to hildren. Sinci school age, they are li I. Tiie results were very „nd the :. that they ap-: 1 to tho some ( for tanci in the children in a l blish%  o and bo d :ly. He was sent I n one \ int ,-ithoul i older child in • with G( Is. The C %  charge oi the father what lie had to pay. lie asked him if he could to pay anything a:. • his o!i.'.. is alThe tath these children is paying a total of approximately $20 00 per week for the care of both children. Hands will probably bo i in horror at tho disgrace of Jewish children being brought up in Gentile homes. Perhaps it i> a disgrace, but tit' J not on the parent but on the Jewish co nmunity for permitting sucn a s'tuation to exi Thr is not an isolated one. there are othi I am merely listing this i example. I have spoken t ations and in I < i Is conthis condition and the answer has alv. ; tinued to Page : ; -> Council Of Jewish Women Urge U.S. To Take Initiative United States initiative, th its n on the U the partition of Pah tim urged upon President Truman today by Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, of Di t. lent of thi Nat Coun : wish Worn. n. United States representatives in the Security Council, il W Mrs Wi It, %  • A: ,':• I and impose sanctions v the %  • :.Cl The United States should inMrs. Welt d Great Britain, so long as K hffl author ity in Palestine, must maintain aw a nd order within the spirit of the General Assembly de< ..-am. The Jewish defense forces in Palestine should bo equipped in lance with the recommend. „ of ^ United Nations Palestine Commission, Mrs. Welt as1; and, if this cannot be done immediately, members of the I Nations should be called to provide such military aid. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1948 Casualty List In Palestine Exceeds 1,000 JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Fighting jn all sections of Palestine. particularly in the north, continued this week, pushing the figures i>n the number of killed and wounded steadily upwards. The number of persons killed in Palestine since the U.N.'s November 29 decision on partition has icached 1,071. Thirty-eight Jews were arrested and their arms confiscated following a pitched battle between British troops and an Invading party of Arabs from Syria. Meanwhile, reports received here indicate that Fawzi el Kaukaji, Arab guerrilla leader, will arrive in Palestine shortly at the head oJ 1.000 Arab fighters. The 38 Jews were arrested near Metullah and the colony of Ayeloth Hashahar. It was revealed that at least 12 Arabs, and possibly more, were killed in the Syrian frontier engagement and that six prisoners, including a German and a Syrian army sergeant, were taken by the British. TinGerman is said to have been gated for questioning. A continuous curfew has been pro• d in Tiberias, the northern of Palestine which is close to Syria. The British Army in Palestine has topped the sale to Jews of surplus stocks of barbed wire and other defensive equipment, tile Jewish Agency disclosed. The i are also withholding the delivery of the last of 21 Auster training planes sold to Jews recently, although the crafts have been paid for, the Jewish Agency stated. In line with this new restrictive policy effecting the Jewish dolense in the Mandate was the British Army's refusal last week of an escort, as previously agreed, foi .. supply convoy to the Kfar Etzion settlement. Part of the —the first since the big attack on Kfar Etzion last month—did not go because the contained barbed wire, i ted iron and cement. items, the British Army ruled, were "military stores" and lingly could not be perl to go to the settlement. JewlsHkrtdTta,r7 PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN QUIZ BOX in T Best Wishes To Our Many Friends INVESTORS SYNDICATE duPont Building PHONE 2-2661 Q. Why do the mourners remonths after the burial of the deceased? A. As was pointed out in a previous column, the deceased is judged during the first twelve months following his burial. The pious deeds performed by the heirs bring to the departed one a quicker and better verdict. The longer duration of the judgment process proportionately represents the corresponding lack of virtue in the man. Hence the ideally righteous would immediately be granted their heavenly reward while the less virtuous would be given advantage of the maximum of 12 months for added virtues accomplished by their children which would balance the scale in their favor. One of the spirited tenets of the Jewish Faith is that no man is to be regarded by Ins fellowmen in the extreme sense of evil. Since reciting the "Kaddiah" tor twelve months would indicate that the fullest measure of repentance etc., is necessary to rid him of what might appear as extreme sin. it was decreed that the "Kaddish l)f said for only eleven monthsgiving each person that much margin of confidence as to his character and virtue. On the other hand, requiring all mourners, even those of universally recognized "saints and scholars," to recite the Kaddish for eleven months, represents the equality of all mankind. (RE: Shulchan Oruch: Yoreh Deah: Raman: Chapter 376. Art. .IV). Q. Why is the anniversary of death observed every year with the recital of the "Kaddish" i.e., Yahrzeit? A.. Parallel with the Jewish idea that there are always new planes of accomplishment to be reached, there is the belief that oven the deceased who go to the world beyond have new and higher achievements to attain as time goes on. 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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT DON'T POISON YOURSELF By DR. HENRY SEIDEL CANBY U is curious ha. most wonhy people who have been < have not used one proved to be tacking racial prejudice in this country argument which history has 3 !" ^l pejud.ce, hi. true. They think only of the victim of racial pre, ... ii. „ „ n thP riamaae done to his aigniiy and the damage as a ferings, his wrongs, man. They forget what happens psychologically to the prejudiced man or woman. The abolitionists before the Civil War were equally narrow sighted. They talked only of the harm done to the Negro by slavery. They said little or nothing of the moral damage to the white man who owned him. It was easy for the South to point out the Negro better off than had been i and that free might prove What may est curse omentioned in the North, although | enlightened Southern leaders had been aware of it for a century. It was the subtle corruption of the owners of slaves by irr sponsible hands over human 9 it was the cheap superiority of the poor white, who had been ruined by slavery, and had only his hate and contempt foi an oppressed race to keep up his self-respect. For there is no snake in the breast more danger the man who carries it, than unning hate and nursed It is the most poisonous tor failure vJeHisl-rkridTton tfftS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1940 warping the the minds .f tens • 5 Stl been poisoned. not guess th '" mething upon religion and psyonly mind, tempt. come himself He has though he ma H which hist chology all ag New England Zionists Urge Lifting Embargo BOSTON. (JTA)-I ,i vernment was u U.S. last Tiff §TONE INDUSTRIES Clement C. Reetz. Mgr. Phone 2-7754 -*n 7R4 N W 36th Street Miami 37, Florida ,50.54 N. W • • for Stone and Wood Carymg Cement Tile — Plastering Sculptual Ornaments in Plaster. Cement and Composition Garden Furniture — QuyJKeytoiM^ManIles TANNER'S •WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" „„ 1263 West Flagler Street STORES— 1753 Northeast Second Avenue ,o n c ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD really prejudiced man center of infection. But he infects first himself. Racial prejudice has killed the be-1 bodies of millions in the last few SERVICE STATIONS !(lfiS Washington Avenue 560 Washington Avenue 1065 Was g: ^ Phone 58-9157 FOXMAN MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Small's Bench & Sport swear 2215-25 Collins Avenue EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD Scott Motor & Salvage Company 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-2702 Arab Delegation Arrives In Havana HAVANA. (JTA)-A delegation from the Palestine Arab Higher Committee told a press Conference this week that it had t0 Cuba to thank the Cuban people for voting against the Pai. plan at the Last UN General Assembly ses • n is touring Latin TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD Dixie Farms Butter •******& 804 1st St. Phone 5 -" 66 MIAMI BEACH The against propagandi the "Jewish invasion of Palestine" SEASON'S GREETINGS mVEGETABLES % ITAMINS w ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph.3-8795 GREETINGS SUPER LAINRROMAT SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY 40 WESTINGHOUSE MACHINES 1529 S. W. 8th St. Pho !" 9 95 5 T TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD l i! A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street — Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street — Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street — Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 4 4461 G R G S E E T I N ON THE BROTHERHOOD T Kassln's Linen Shops 657 Lincoln Road 104 E. Flagler Street Raymond Abe Morris Mil I IS SUPER MARKET "Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-5/44 a BOATS FOR HIRE — FISHING — SIGHTSEEING Bait—Tackle—Refreshments Also Ocean Bottom Fishing YACHT "NORMA-LOU" ALTON 210 Alton Road ROAT COMPANY Phone 58-9925 GREETINGS T The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS ROGERS FORCE HAND WROUGHT IRON, BRONZE. ETC 1456 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone HVI BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SOUTHERN METAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTS PHONE 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace Minim's Nursery 3801 N. W. 36th Ave. 8-1797 Citrus and Tropical FRUIT TREES Ornamental Shade Trees and Shrubbery T Manufacturing and Food Processing R. II. HAMMOND CO. Distributor! of Dixie-Lily and Quigg fwf Water Ground Meal — Grits — Beam — r Syrup and Rice Mills in Georgia and Florida Dependable — Freih Phone 88-2033 Hialeah, Florid* 1300 10th Court Mailing Address: P. O. Box 545, Hialeah, Florid GREETINGS TO ALL A rlh II r Murray Dance Studio 1415 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To Our Friend* and Patron* %  R1 LA NEYS of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 GREETINGS DIXIE HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. ROOFING. ASBESTOS SIDING INSULATION 1016 N. Miami Ave. Phon 2-3216—3-7583



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1948 Brotherhood Signifies Golden Rule By DR. ANDREW W. GOTTSCHALL Florida Director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood—giving to all other men, regardless of race, creed or national origin, the same rights and dignities that I want for myself. Brotherhood—in the words of George Washington means "to bigotry no sanction." It means loving my neighbor as myself. It means doing to others as*— I would have them do unto me. It means that if I say I love God whom I have not seen and at the same time hate my brother whom I have seen that I a"m a liar and have no part in the unfolding programs and achievements of God's kingdom on the earth. Brotherhood is more than an achievement through the processes of social education. It rises above the requirements of the best in democracy. Equality the law, equality of opportunity, freedom to the best „ „...., .„^„ sources of education,' the right j sink deep down into all our hearts a job on the basis of merit as the first step in the achievement of increasing measures of brotherhood. The sense of respectability for such attitudes must give way to what they real*Jewistirk>riWa,n the universal Father of all of us does not grant privileges nor demand conformity. It accepts all men as children of the One God and hence brothers in the same degree and with the same intensity as blood brothers in the family circle are accepted. Brotherhod—has no place for hatred and discrimination. To despise another because of differences, to exploit those differences for selfish purposes is wrong. WRONG! This idea must ly are, labels and tags of hate and prejudice. Brotherhood is good and to love is to increasingly partake of the nature of God. Ultimately this whole problem of decency in human relations must be recognized as a problem of religion and to the solution of this problem we must be able to bring the powers of religion as the great committment to an ideal. We mus' not only know much but believe deeply and profoundly. Our concern is that increasingly men may come to recognize that the achievement of an expanding brotherhood in terms of action and behavior is definitely a part of the on going processes of the kingdom of God on earth. When we once get men to know and understand the .spiritual imperative of this fact then religion and brotherhood can move forward with emphasis and speed. George Bradbury of Farrey Hardware Store, Alton Rd. section; Max Mogull of Mogull Radio shop. 41st St. section; Leo Solomon, realtor, head of 71st St. section; Harry Brick, 1675 Washington Ave., 23rd St. section; James Matthews III of Washington Storage Co., head of Washington Ave. section; and Buddy Allen, Allen's Theatrical Agency, night clubs and amusements. PAGE TWENTY-NINE JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART Furniture, Antiques and Curio* INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1109 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach A. SCHORR, Representative Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 2-2503 to ,— and integrity—all these are partial ichievements of brotherhood. But real brotherhood that has its roots sunk deep in the heart of PHILIP RUDINE ATLAS PHONE 9-7654 243 S. W. 6th Street Moving — Storage — Rug Cleaning Greyvan Agent Miami, Florida Eunice Deneson, Owner Phone 3-1371 American Hotel Placement Service ORGANIZED TO SERVICE YOU WELL Miami, Florida Seybold Building A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL 603 Lincoln Road S. MEGHALL REAL ESTATE Miami Beach GREETINGS La Yigne Electric Company Now In Our New Location 38 N.W. SEVENTH STREET — PHONE 2-1759 A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL Sol Pikarsky of the KINO BAKE SHOP 1894 S.W. Eighth Street Miami SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM HWYER'S METAL SHOP New Location: 1329 N.W. 74th St. Phone 78-4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS Academy Motion Pictures & .Sound Complete Sound or Silent Shows for Home. Club. Church Highest Quality Equipment Used w„„,v, Portable or Mobile PA Systems for Rent—Hour, Day. Week. Month 2160 S. W. 20th Street Phone 48 9265 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GOOD WISHES MERCK DRY GOODS — LINENS FOR APARTMENTS — HOTELS 41-43-45 N. W. 2nd St. A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL MARGARET ANN Super Markets MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA, FLORIDA Beach Red Cross Week Adds Impetus to Drive Lending a hand to the 194F Dade County Red Cross fund campaign to raise $321,000. Mayoi Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach proclaimed the week of Feb. 1623 as Red Cross Week in the Beach business district, and urges all Beach business men and women to help make their division's campaign a success. Eddie Hen is chairman of the business division, and J. Harry Day, cochairman. Business division of Miami Beach, with a quota of $20,000. will be the first of 22 major divisions (with the exception of advance gifts under the leadership of Sam R. Becker) to get its campaign under way. Assisting Herr as heads of the various sections on the Beach area: J. Harry Day of Day's Men's Shop. Lincoln Rd. section: PRODUCE TRUCKS FRUIT AVANT <& WHITE Phone 3-2281 and 9-6741 2173 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami. Florida HAPPY BROTHERHOOD Horn Martin Drug DRUGGISTS 200 Sunset Drive Phone 4-9221 South Miami l


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PAGE THIRTY Iladassah Women Hear Psychiatrist Dr. Jess V* Cohen, Miami Beach psychiatrist, will discuss "Mental Health and Womanhood" when he appears as guest speaker at the next regular cultural meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division. Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Scheduled for Tuesday evening. Feb. 24th at 8:30 p.m. the group will meet a; the Miami Y.M.H.A.. 1567 S.W. 5th st. Dr. Cohn. Director and pasl chairman of the Medical Adv ory Board. Mental Society of Southeast Florida, and a membei of the Florida State Conference of social work, is at present director of the Miami Beach Youth Center He has various articles lor publicati %  %  the Medical Journal and is affiliated with staffs of several local hospitals. Mrs. Tillie Brock, cu chairman in change of arrangements for the evening, announces that the meeting is open to the public. Refreshments will be served at the close of Dr. C ihn's address Topps Open For Late Parties George Greenspan ; tor Topp's restaui N.E. 2nd ave. and -it-", st mnced that %  functions. Groups arrangements ar< advised I tact Mr. Gn ( ns] I men;.To All A Most Happy Brotherhood ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 Capacity Audience At Academy Dedication Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach "has justifiably won the approval of the entire community." stated Dr. David S Andron, academy president, this week commenting upon the cap attendance ..: the school's I dedication cerem mies Sui afternoon Col Morris J M past national Jewish War Veterans iated in the exer. is. i as local c mncilman Mi %  w ho presented an \ ican flag for each class behalf of the J.W.V. Als %  :ttei A ham Goodman. vic< the Zionist nizati ol %  ica. Rabbis Irving Lehrman ray Grauer, L< on K and Dr. Osca Z F lenl of the Hebn Chicago, Korenman Addresses Jewish Music Alliance Israel Korenman, pianist ish Music All ai the Greatei Mian i F Ik I %  new • %  WHA Tri llrla Coenrll Installs Ottieers Ufa ran q Council b; Mi ,i ,,.. %  .: %  MaFRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, A Most Happy Brotherhood .IOIIWII: & MACK BODY SHOP "B\ Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street PHONE 9-6546 SEASON'S GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier ami Family AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 3-1427 l>oldstoin Clothing Exchange 439 N. Miami Ave. A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL JAMES room OF THE Private Investigators. Im. 910 Pacific Bldg. __ P hone 82-S476 HAPPY BROTHERHOOD S. I. IK El FM AN •THE SIGN MAN" SIGNS — EVERYWHERE — ON ANYTHING We Service — Call 5-7210 LOCATED AFTER MARCH 1 623 5th St., NEAR WASHINGTON, MIAMI BEACH Chicken "Served the Handy Way" 441 41st St., M. B. ORDER TO TAKE OUT PHONE 5-4063 BOTHERHOOD GREETINGS Denmark's Vast Stono I 'oni|ian\ Modern Mantels—Garage Grills—Garden Sets—Pottery Stone—Ornamental—Plaster Polished Structural Stone 12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924 Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN and Family Extend Greetings to All ON THE BROTHERHOOD CASEY PIANO to. AUTHORIZED KIMBALL DEALERS 2242 S.W. 8th St. Mi ami Fla A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL l< k orgo S. Oki'll Biscayne Bldg. MIAMI GUARDIANS OF QUALITY FLOWERS BY WIRE SENTINEL FLORAL SERVICE 30 S. W. 27th Avenue HARRY J. KILLIAN. President PHONE 48-2756 Miami 36, Florida HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL Inter-American Export & Import Co. CAYO CUERVO American Bank Building Miam' BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FR( ''.' NORMANDY SCHOOL IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS II I II II I KINK BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL JAFRA, INC. Stvvl ProtluvtH 317 N.E. 71st Street Phone 7-4571 LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Bi-irritz Drive PHONE 6-1061 MIAMI BEACH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS l.l OK I. is CARPET SIMM* 927 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami TO ALL A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD FLAMINGO V OKI VI IT NEW CARS — REASONABLE RATES Phone 5-1891 1725 Alton Road Miami Beach HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL "YOUR SATISFACTION OUR PLEASURE" DADE DRY CLEANERS PHONE 48-6451 121 Aragon Av. Coral Gables A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL MIAMI PECAN COMPANY "SERVING THE FRUIT SHIPPERS OF GREATER MIAMI FOR 12 YEARS" PHONE 3-7092 632 S. W. 8th Street Miami TO ALL IT'S A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP—TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD. LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDI6AR 420 Lincoln Road j Miami Beach



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nm Y, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 Southeastern States Formulate Plans For Care Of Jewish Aged Plans for care of the Jewish aged in the Tri-State are o! Iporida, Georgia and South Carolina have been formulated acording to a report by Dr. Emil W. Leipziger, chairman of the outheastern Committee on Care of Aged, it was stated by Isaac p. Heller, New Orleans, president, Southeastern Region, Council bf Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. ""JenlsHhrictteti PAGE THIRTY-ONE The efforts of the Tri-State lommittee over a period of a M culminated in a meeting of |0 representatives from the comtics in the three states in Jacksonville on Sunday, January 1, The committee reviewed the Hidings of a survey sponsored by L Council and acted on the (commendations made by Morris jelditch. director of Social Planting | The action taken included endorsement of the current protarn and expansion plans of the Lcksonville River Garden Hefew Home f"i" the Aged, and armgement of a plan whereby jHome will serve as a RegionI institution for the residents of L state of Florida, outside of Jiami and Dade County. This Ell be subject to review as MiIni further develops its resources. jding the initiation of instiItional services in Georgia and luth Carolina, the Jacksonville pme will serve the communities these two states within the Jilts of its capacity and will relive Welfare Fund support for i service. The Atlanta Jewish nmunity has specific plans on basis of a special study for I institutional and over-all projam in Atlanta. The Tri-State Immittee has been established la special sub-committee of the Jgional Committee on Care of Aged t<> develop a compreInsive program for the Jewish td in this area. This would inbde local family services, a jogram of medical care and relational services in key comnities with planned extension %  services to cover outlying areas. BiXty-six individual Jewish are in need of some types I assistance in the eleven cities %  veye Trade Cars & Truck. 79th s at Miami Ave. l1 ^ St. Phone 7*344 eluded medical, social and financial problems. The medical problem most frequently centered around the chronically ill aged 1 m need of long-time care and specialized nursing and medical service. The social difficulties indicated problems of loneliness and progressive feebleness which are acute even when funds are available, which is true in most cities in the area. It was found that the resources available are extremely limited, with no hospital which accepts the chronically ill aged. Jewish family services which are prepared to help the aged in their own communities exist only in Miami, Atlanta and Jacksonville. In releasing the report of the committee, Mr. Heller commented that this is a demonstration in Regional planning which leads to coordination, economy, and sound programs. He noted the possible applicability of this approach to other geographical areas. The job ahead, he stressed, beyond the agreements on institutional care, is the need to develop local programs. When Fanny Brice's son. Bill, put some of his paintings up for sale at a charity auction the other day, Fanny made it a point to put in the highest bid so the paintings wouldn't have to leave the family. WE BUY ANYTHING ON WHEELS ijj •>• LINICK AUTO PARTS 5130 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-5133 Our Film Folk Although MGM's best picture to date, "Cass Timbcrlane," the Spencer Tracy-Lana Turner starrer, didn't get under the wire for Academy Award nomination, this columnist still unhesitatingly selects his choice for the best motion picture director of the yearGeorge Sidney. George, about whom I wrote a column recently, is not only the youngest of the very best film directors in Hollywood, but now has proved himself one of the most sensitively brilliant of the lot. Metro has probably tied him up for life by now. • "Hearts and Diamonds," the Ben Hecht original story, which Gummo Marx and Lester Cowan will produce early in March for United Artists release brings Chico, Harpo and Groucho Marx back to the screen, but the latter appears only as narrator of the opening sequence. Harpo and Chico co-star as the discoverers of a street-waif whom they build to stardom. GREETINGS CEMEMT BLOCK INDUSTRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS ,„._ Immediate Delivery 5050 S. W. 74th AVE. PHONE 58-6027 f TO ALL GREETINGS Certified Concrete Products Call 88-1440 4401 E. 11th Ave. Hialeah A HAPPY SEASON GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113 921 Lincoln Road GREETINGS OR. F. H. FISHER OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST Phone 5-3580 GREETINGS FROM i^ THE LEAR SCHOOL Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th Morning: Academic Instruction Afternoons: Music, Dramatics and Swimming LARGE PRIVATE POOL ON PREMISES 1010 West Ave. Phone 5-0606 ty TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Charles R. Fine Watch and Jewelry REPAIRING Watch Materials and Tools OUR SPECIALTY 1201 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4891 POPULAR INSTRUCTION Rernie Rennett Piano Studios mo ooo T. Classical Background .J28-228A Republic Building 107 Northeast First Ave. GREETINGS HROWN'S ANTIQUE SHOP ANTIQUE FURNITURE. GLASS. CHINA. ETC. BOUGHT AND SOLD 2222 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 48-1173 Miami. Fla. Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Phone 9-5123 II. NEWHOHN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry One Year Guarantee on All Our Repairing 2210 N. W. 36th Street Miami 37. Florida Fruit Trees and Ornamentals Hayden Mangoes as Good as Can be Found We Specialize In Hibiscus OSROHNE NURSERY 9001 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 7-7808 Phone 3-4986 Pick-Up & Delivery Florida Auto Radiator Service REPAIRING—CLEANING—RECORING 27^ S. E. 5th Street Harold Wellbaum. Jr. Miami, Florida TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Avenue Phone 4-2201 Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 9-9965 Phone 2-4958 SINCEREST GREETINGS M. R. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building GREETINGS COOPER FURNITURE CO. WHOLESALE RETAIL 212 Giralda Ave. Phone 47958 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS ROGERS MilJLWORKS, INC. CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS BUILT IN BARS Phone 78-8121 Opa-Locka Airbase. Bldg. 408 SEASON'S GREETINGS "THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS' Sravvl AJarobu LINCOLN ROAD Custom Made Slip Covers & Drape. Hotel. Supplied Economv Dry Goods Co. nnJVPES — SPREADS — SLIP COVERS CURTAINS BLANKETS DRESS GOODS ~ M %  BCSt BUy ^ P^ne 9-4818 324 N. Miami Ave. 1791 Purdy Ave. PHONE 58-2420 PHILLIP GUNN CREATOR OF FINE SIGNS A COMPLETE SERVICE Miami Beach GREETINGS Phone 9-9521 Tax Saver System For Small Business 111 N. E. Second Avenue 1306 Congress Bldg. Professional Individuals FIORELI-A'S BOOKKEEPING. ACCOUNTING, TAX SERVICE MIAMI 32, FLORIDA Joseph Fiorell* Helms Construction Company DRAG LINES — BULL DOZING — PIT ROCK — MASON SAND 5916 S. W. 41st Street Phone 48-4193 LEW III WIN Chris Crafi Sales and Service ..,i? h 2S on 0utbo rd Motors and Chris Craft 412-18 N.W.N. River Dr. 2-8918 427 N.W.N. Riv.r Dr. 9-2450 PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS, ETC m i % %  I f l M



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO Letters to the Editor (Continued from Page 2• holy culm lM.lt IV rlth Hi now can show to you Look, the Jew In woi ha I t< kept In .i illi i His tniKle cry, i •,. Junlli e st< r, ill pi npli ^f ih' The .'< w now moan L'! .i ,., me ,,.,, have my homeland." :•;.:;;:'''' \ home wh< "'• ^"makesloyouahl-torl, I I ,h n Won nW. ,i, i \ \ %  %  vn if Thai eherlahed deed? not clean Vn ill hi• now %  Ml "• GREETINGS FRANK I. LOJACONO get Groover's Pharmacy E. W. GROOVER 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS I It A N C I § II O T I L 19 N. E. 3rd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 9-0665 A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD GAMBLE HARDWARE CO. 1732 N. W. 36th St. 2-2494 ASSOCIATED WITH SYKES HARDWARE. INC. 78-1695 Paints, Housewares, Tools, Gifts. Fishing Tackle, Appliances 284 N. E. 79th Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD o.i GREETINGS NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY AND ASSOCIATES T GREETINGS FROM MIAMI CONSERVATORY Woman's Club Building 1737 N. Bayshore Drive Studios: Miami Beach. Shenandoah PHONE 2-5835 W. A. GLASS BEST WISHES TO ALL iji IT'S ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE AT THE ii noiino Mexican I "iini' liar 3181 Coral Way •f TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE PACIFIC BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 GREETINGS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. ALL KINDS OF HAULING Courteous Service 1109 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-4768 ?Alli Service Statin,, MECHANICAL 55? TIRE RECAPPIHG BATTERY SERVlcr A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD* PHONE 51719 8c 5-2671 FREE DELIVERY FREE GIFT WRAPPING The Moderne Pharmacy • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCHIBPn • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES RCttS • BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPREsS 555 41st Street Miami Beach FU GREETINGS GO] I II I* TREE I \IN IMS ALL TYPES TREE SURGERY Phone 48-5009 117 N. State Highway So. Miami SEASONS GREETINGS... U I E A S II X S BAKERY Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 38717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies. Cakes and Sweet Rolls GREETINGS HANNAH PHOTO STUDIOS OF FINE PORTRAITURE 600 LINCOLN RD. BLDG. and 1628 PENNSYLVANIA AVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3221 TO ALL ... A BROTHERHOOD GREETING Hardeman-Wooten Agency—Insurance J. V. Hardeman and Harry D. Wooten 223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4467 T II E B A It € L A Y P L A Z A II O T E I Eli Meltzer, Director-Manager All Large Outside Rooms — Bath — Phone — Dining Room, Solarium — Swimming Pool — Beach — Cabana Phone 5-5577 1940 PARK AVENUE MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TOM D1PREE REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-2743 GREETINGS IIOSACK EUEC 11IC CO. WIRING. ELECTRCAL INSTALLATION APPLIANCE REPAIRING 624 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-6831 GREETINGS Flowers Telegraphed Cut Fl0tte EANSILI/S FLOWERS A. V. STOLL, Proprietor FLORAL DESIGNS — WEDDING BOUQUETS x 2937 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miami 37. t l|4 GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS ty M. & M. IIKiiM,|\(, CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries — irM Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Deliry 71*1 Street Service Station 337 71st Street C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 0 Miami Beach Phones 6 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD e FINCH Ell Ol OS MO III I I &* 1740 N. E. Second Avenue


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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 20, 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).

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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
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AA00010090:01046

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 21-number 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Center Cornerstone Rites Sunday Commission Demands
Palestine Armed Force
To Be Completed
By September
Cornerstone laying ceremonies
0f the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter will take place Sunday after-
noon, at 3 o'clock at the corner of
,7th st. and Washington Ave.,
Joseph M. Rose, president of the
congregation announced.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the Center, will
officiate assisted by Cantor Jacob
Goldring and the choir. The
service will highlight messages of
greetings from religious and civic
leaders of the community. Repre-
senting the City of Miami Beach
will be Mayor Marcie Liberman.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the new edifice were held De-
cember 22nd. It is expected that
the building will be ready for
occupancy September 1st, 1948.
In charge of the cornerstone
A.M To Discuss
Jewish Assembly
NEW YORK, (JTA)The In-
terim Committee of the American
Jewish Conference in an all-day
meeting here this week decided
to call an emergency session of
Conference delegates in New
York on March 20-21.
The decision was due to the
difficulties confronting the Con-
ference and the Preparatory Com-
mittee for the American Jewish
Assembly. New developments,
especially B'nai B'rith's decision
not to join in the proposed As-
sembly, have hampered the possi-
bility of implementing the plan
adopted by the fourth session in
Chicago last December. In addi-
tion to organization problems, the
emergency session will consider
the Palestine situation in the
light of America's passive atti-
tude on enforcing partition and
the establishment of a Jewish
state in Palestine.
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The]importance
.N. Palestine Commission this armed militi;
Artist's Conception o/ New Beacli Center
laying ceremonies is Alfred Stone,
chairman of the construction com-
mittee.
Upon completion, the structure
will be the largest Jewish place
of worship in the South. It will
include a main synagogue chapel
with a seating capacity of 1600,
an auditorium and social hall ac-
commodating 1000, a library,
twenty-one classrooms and sev-
eral administrative offices.
Book Barred From School
NEW YORK (WNS)Two best
sellers dealing with the problem
(if anti-Semitism have been bar-
red from the library of De Wit
Clinton High school, here, it was
disclosed this week.
Brotherhood Week Banquet Honors
Three Greater Miami Citizens
The annual Brotherhood Week banquet of the Miami Round
Table of the National Conference of Christians and lews will
honor three Greater Miami citizens with awards for distin-
guished services in terms of community welfare at the Miami
Woman's Club on Monday evening, February 23rd, at 6:30 p.m.
Judge David J. Heffernan willf
be presented with a citation by
Herbert U. Feibelman; Dr. Glenn
C. James will receive his citation
from Andrew T. Heal/; Benjamin
E. Bronston will be given his cita-
tion from Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
liams of the University of Miami.
Dr. Jess Spirer, of the Uni-
versity of Miami and the Child
Guidance Clinic will deliver an
address on Psychology Inspects
Hats. Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy,
head of the department of Human
Relations will speak on Brother-
hoodPattern for Peace. City
Manager Richard G. Danner will
preside at the banquet and in-
troduce the guests and the pro-
gram. Harold Turk, chairman of
the Public Relations Committee
of the Miami Round Table will
read President Truman's proclam-
ation setting aside the week of
Washington's birthday, February
22-29 as Brotherhood Week.
Dr. Samuel Belkin Received Here
By Government Officials, Educators
Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva jJ*^**
York, will be the guest of local community leaders a. a reception
in the Tides hotel, Miami Beach. Sunday evening at
Education officials Dr. Colin English, stat'**?*"
education; Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe. president_of_
versity of Miami; Dr. J. Hillis
Miller, president of the Universi-
ty of Florida; Dr. James T. Wil-
.-
son. superintendent of Dade
county board of public instruc-
tion, are included on the recep-
tion committee.
Si :v:ng with them will be gov-
ernmental dignitaries: United
States Senator Claude Pepper and
Congressman George Smathers,
Mayr Robert F. Floyd of Miami
and Mayor Marcie Liberman of
Miami Beach, as well as Stanley
C. Myers, president of the Na-
tional Council of Federations and
Welfare Funds; and Dr. Jacob
H Kaplan, president, and Rabbi
Hoaea Mescheloff, secretary of
'he Rabbinical association' of
Greater Miami.
A distinguished educator and
scholar. Dr. Belkin heads an in
stitut.on that comprises seven di-
v-slops with a student enrollment
of 1 200 from 26 states and numcr-
ountries. Located in
in New
the only
ous .'oreign c
a $2.">00,000 structure
York City, Yeshiva is
university under Jewish auspices
in the Americas.
Members of the university s
board of trustees in Florida in-
clude: Max J. Etra, vice chair-
man; Herman Geller, treasurer.
Abraham Mazer, honorary vice-
chairman; Morris Miller, secre-
SryTSto Beach, and Abraham
L Dr. Belkin will occupy the pul-
pit of Beth Jacob Ccmgr^atmn
id.?heCVSi fi^
Ijogue."
the Syna-
Judge Robert P. Patterson,
former Secretary of War, is the
national chairman of Brotherhood
Week. With him are associated
Charles Wilson, president of Gen-
eral Electric Co., Thomas E.
Braniff of Braniff Airways and
Roger W. Straus of New York.
Other national leaders associated
with Brotherhood Week are
Spyros Skouras of Twentieth
Century Fox, George F. Zook, of
the American Council of Educa-
tion, Niles Trammell of the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company, Lee
H. Bristol, of Bristol Meyers Com-
pany, John S. Knight. Brock
Pemberton, David Selznick, Dr.
David Sizoo, Rev. Allan Farrell.
S. J.. and Rabbi Maurice Eisen-
drath.
Andrew W. Gottschall. Florida
Regional Director of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
and of the Miami Round Table
announced that Rev. John H.
McAtee, S. J. of the Gesu Cath-
olic church and Rabbi Colman
Zwitman of Temple Israel will
pronounce the invocation and the
benediction. Tickets" for the ban-
quet can be secured at the Miami
Round Table, office at 406 Calu-
met Bldg. or by calling 9-6218.
week made public its report on
the Palestine security situation.
several hours after submitting the
document to the Security Council.
The Council is expected to com-
mence its discussion of the report
early next week.
The report warns the Security
| Council that only the prompt es-
I tablishment of a "non-Pales-
Itinian" armed force can prevent
serious trouble in Palestine and
effectively implement the parti-
tion decision of the General As-
sembly. Such a force, the report
says, would assist law-abiding
elements in both the Arab and
Jewish communities in maintain-
ing an atmosphere of law and
order. The report asks that the
international force enter Pales-
tine simultaneously with the
Commission.
Only such a force can replace
the British troops which are now
the sole barrier to a complete de-
terioration of the situation to
"open warfare," the Commission
continues. Anv alternative would
be "catastrophic," it emphasizes,
and would involve "bloodshed
and human suffering."
The Commission expresses the
conviction that there is nothing
it can do to implement the As-
sembly decision between now and
the termination of the Mandate
without meeting armed resist-
ance. It warns grimly that "the
period immediately following the
termination of the Mandate will
be a period of uncontrolled, wide-
spread strife and bloodshed in
Palestine, including the city of
Jerusalem."
The Commission stresses the
of setting up an
tia. But the most im-
portant observation it makes on
this subject is that the militia
cannot engage in border opera-
tions, thus indicating that one
of the major functions of the
proposed U.N. international force
would be to guard the borders of
the new states.
In demanding that the U.N.
make available an international
military force "in adequate
strength" to back the Commis-
sion in its implementation work,
the report says that "powerful
Arab interests within and with-
out Palestine are engaged in a
deliberate effort to alter by force"
the U.N. decision. It alludes to
British non-cooperation and gives
it as another reason for providing
armed support for the Commis-
sion. It insists that the earliest
arrival of the Commission in Pal-
estine is necessary to the success
of its mission.
The report goes into a detailed
analysis of the effects of Arab
violence in Palestine and lays
great emphasis on the peril to
the peace of Jerusalem. It also
presents the problem of the U.N.
armed support for the Commis-
sion as the very core of the en-
tire U.N. plan involving the Joint
Economic Board and the boundary
group. The total effect of the re-
port is one of a possible complete
collapse of all carefully evolved
projects to bring forth two inde-
pendent states unless law and
order are restored.
The refusal of the Mandatory
to permit the formation of a
militia at once, the report says,
will delay the implementation of
(Continued on Page 4)

Community Chest
Facing Crisis
Warning that serious cuts in 21
Red Feather services arc inevit-
able if the Community Chest of
Dade County fails to attain its
minimum goal of $848,597. the
campaign committee has extended
the drive.
Urging both workers and those
who have not yet given to the
Chest to contact one another at
once. O. C. (Jack) Corbin. cam-
paign chairman, declared that
few Dade countians were aware
of the serious implications if the
Chest fails to reach its objective.
Our citizens apparently do not
know it yet, but all during this
year there will be people in some
sort of distress with no place to
turn for aid, if we fail to reach
our goal," he said.
UJA Goal Must Be Reached For
Jewish Emigration To Continue
The sharp drop in inter-governmental help for 250,000 dis-
placed Jews in Europe could disrupt plans for their emigration
to Palestine, unless Jewish communities of this country redouble
their efforts to reach the S250,000,000 minimum objective of the
nationwide United Jewish Appeal, Joseph R. Stein, chairman
of the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-O"
peal, declared last Wednesday at
a pre-campaign report meeting.
He pointed out that despite the
decision of the United Nations to
establish a Jewish state in Pal-
estine, the bulk of the homeless
Jews of Europe will have to wait
many months, and in some cases
at least two years, before leaving
for ultimate resettlement in the
Jewish homeland. Mr. Stein
warned that the International
Refugee Organization .set up as
the successor to UNRRA. which
terminated its activities last year,
did not have adequate funds to
cope with the problem of these
displaced Jews.
The IRO. he explained, had an
initial buudget far below that of
UNRRA, and even all of it has
not been subscribed by the mem-
ber nations, leaving that organ-
ization hamstrung in the face of
mounting needs caused by food
shortages and other scarcities in
Europe. Mr. Stein disclosed that
the inadequacy of the intergov-
ernmental relief program had
been reflected in the sharp cur-
tailment by the IRO of the al-
ready sub-standard rations given
the DP's, by drastic cuts in the
distribution of clothing and by
the reduction of other vital serv-
ices.
An indication of the true situa-
tion of the refugees could be
gathered, he stated, from the fact
that UNRRA had one dollar per
day to spend for each Jewish DP,
while the IRO has forty-five
cents, at a time when inflation
has greatly reduced the purchas-
ing power of all currency.
The United Jewish Appeal must
bridge the gap between the needs
of the displaced Jews and the
intergovernmental ass i s t a n c e
available, Mr. Stein stressed, at
the same time that it expands the
reconstruction and rehabilitation
services of the Joint Distribution
Committee for the 1,000.000 Jews
in Eastern and Western Europe,
speeds the upbuilding and de-
velopment of Palestine through
'.he United Palestine Appeal and
provides a reception, adjustment
and Americanization program for
the more than 25,000 Jewish refu-
gees who will be admitted to the
United States in 1948.
Lauding the fortitude evi-
denced by the hundreds of
thousands of homeless Jews in
Europe since the end of the
war some three years ago, Mr.
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Local O.ilcd Jewish Appeal Di*isis ^fa"** "*W
Initial Gilts
With a quota of $750,000, the
initial gifts unit oi the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, under the
co-chairmanship of Sam Blank
and Max Orovitz, has already
passed the half-way mark, ac-
cording to a report submitted to
Campaign in .1 Stein.
Assisting th< -chairmen in
contacting initial gift prospects
are Jacob Sher, Wm. D. Si
Joe S1 n, Sam Levins in Marcie
Liberman, Stanley C Myei
Ruskin. Herbert E
H S tin, Carl Suss-
kind, Ci l Weinkle. I L. M
Joseph Richter, Morris Alpert ana
Moses G
This year, as in pas: camp
the initial gifts uni f pt< d
the largest q
paign division. .
Hotel Division
Marcie Lib< rman, ch
the hotel division ol
Combined Jew:.-:: Appeal,
week urged the mi
divis n to a keei
of their r<
the success i I thi pi i s nl
.. which will be nducted
|y from ?.
31, inclusive, with a goal of $1,-
489.925. The
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Proceeds of the
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Kev, Palestine.
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As never before the world needs brotherhood. The family of
nations must practice brotherhood now if it is to have peace in
the future. Pasts and treaties must be firmly grounded in the
willingness of nations to grant to other nations every right and
dignity they claim for themselveswhich is the essence of
brotherhood. The attainment of peace is thus an achievement
of the human spirit.
Similarly, national unity and strength depend upon the
willingness of men of all creeds, races, and national origins in
America to respect one another's rights and to cooperate as
citizens in all areas of common conviction, concern, and re-
sponsibility. Mutual understanding and impartial justice among
Protestants, Catholics, and Jews are essential to the perpetua-
tion of our nation's influence and well-being. Intolerance is a
cancer in the body politic. We must maintain respect for the
rights of every individual, inherent in his relation to God.
Convinced of these truths, I gladly accept the honorary
chairmanship of national Brotherhood Week, February 22-29,
1948, and join the American Brotherhood of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews in inviting our people to use this
occasion to think deeply about these principles and to promote
their application to all human relationships everywhere through-
out the year. I commend the cooperation of all agencies of
religion, education, and community life, and of all media of
communication, in making brotherhood a living reality in every
corner of our country.
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20,
EDITORIAL
LUi The Arms Embargo
While Palestine's Jews are daily being mas-
sacred by Arabs bearing weapons given them by
states which are members of the United Nations,
our own government persists in following the
hypocritical policy of so-called neutrality. Neu-
trality, as we understand it, means abstenance
from conflict in which the non-participating party
has no interest. Since it ccn by no means of
imagination, or logic, be claimed that we have
no interest in what is going on in Palestine, it
follows that our neutrality" claim is only a cloak-
designed to cover other motives.
Neutrality is a pious sounding word. But it
has other connotations too. One can be neutral in
a hold-up. But when a policeman is neutral in a
hold-up he is cs guilty in law and in morals as
the criminals themselves. When a person can
prevent a homicide but fails to interfere because
he is "neutral" in the struggle he is not only a
moral coward but a moral accessory to murder.
When a person sees his neighbor's house on fire
and refuses to give him the instruments to ex-
tinguish it, he is guilty of arson. This was the
philosophy behind our lend-lease program when
we were still neutral in the world conflict. Our
aid to the democracies when Europe was writhing
under Nazi terror was predicated on the human
principle that there can be no moral neutrality.
What is going on in Palestine is the rape of a
U.N. decision was reached with our moral
support. When our spokesmen advocated parti-
tion they fully realized the implications of the
solution. In fact, even before the decision was
recched the Arabs warned they would drown
partition in blood. These threats did not defer us
from voting for partition. We were too powerful
to let the Arabs sway us from a just course.
But the picture changed ignobly even before
the ink was dry on the partition document. At
Lake Success we were not neutral. There we took
sides. Bui .. minute the Arabs began the bloody
campaign to thwart the decision, our Washing-
ton officials turned semantic contort.onists. The
word neutrality began taking on a new meaning.
The feet that we were morally bound to help
cany out a decision we backed ceased worrying
our Washington policy makers. The fact that the
Arab states were openly defying the very United
Nations on whose survival the peace c: the world
rests ceased being a consideration. The fact that
the Arab states openly began shipping arms
and men into Palestine was conveniently disre-
garded. The fact that the mandatory power was
violating its plain duty of protecting Jewish lives
against the Arab attackers was conveniently
ignored. The fact that Arab states were openly
threatening to invade Palestine the minute Britain
leaves was lost in the shuffling of the political
cards. The fact that the Jewish comunity in Pal-
estine was bleeding while defending the U.N.
decision was completely ianored. Instead, our
State Department issued an arms embargo, fully
realizing that no amount of twisting of logic could
circumvent the fact that the arms ban can have
only one resultbarring the Jews from getting


LOWER THE BRIDGE. UNCLE
Brotherhood
The Jewish Floridian is glad to join all
agencies of religion, education and community
life and our many friends in this issue, in the plea
led by President Truman for cooperation toward
making brotherhood a living reality in every
corner of the country.
Brotherhood should be more than a series of
good-will meetings. The Jewish people as the
victim of persecution and race hatred, should be
among the first to recognize that fact. Bearing the
brunt of attack, they know first hand the malicious
ev.l of bigotry. Bigotry is unfair and unjust. We
have toiled through the years, spending time and
dollars to create the educational program that
will enable all peoples to know and understand
each other. Therefore it is with certain embarrass-
ment we take cognizance of the behavior oi our
fellow Jews towards the local Brotherhood ob-
servance. We cannot be guilty of that which we
condemn. Nor is the act and behavior of every
one of our organizations wise, judicious and their
utes deserving. Just as the present awards of
merit are being questioned and looked at with
lifted eyebrow and indignation, so was a similar
award by one of the Temples just a short time ago.
The spirit of Brotherhood must rise above the
individual if it is to become a liv.ng reality in
every corner of the country.
arms while the Palestine Arabs could get all the
weapons they need horn the neighboring states.
Unless we rescind the arms embargo we will
stand condemned before the world as idle preach-
ers who have lacked the courage of their con-
victions. This mood is alien to the character and
spirit of the American people. Americans' are not
political or moral cowards.

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FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES AID EXPANSION
OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY FACILITIES
fir. ilelkin
Big names and leading world figuies .
cause much of a rumble by their appeaia
our city. We take them as a matter of
ranking individuals visit with us.
We do pause to bid welcome to our awl
guished guest. Dr. Samuel Belkin. preside I
the Yeshiva University. Dr. Belkin is not U I
raise funds but for educational conferences'* I
Dr. Belkin, like his illustrious predecessa J
late Dr. Bernard Revel, brings to the presid
of Yeshiva, the Talmudic learning of Z
established rabbinic centers of Europe, thT
spiration of eminent sages in Israel, and the iw\
and enthusiasm of youth, enhanced by the < !
eral scholarship and scientific training acq
in modern America.
Yeshiva University has been the only J
cessful attempt to establish a college under Jen
auspices in this country and in so doing
placed American Judaism in a position of undj
standing and respect and equality with the <
forts of other religions to make an American c
ization one of culture and intelligence.
The following comparative statistics in
the extent to which American Colleges and 1
versifies are affiliated with various religio
bodies: Catholic 208, Methodist 76, Presby
49, Baptist 37, Seventh-Day Adventists 6.
Jews, The People of the Book, have only om
Yeshiva University.
Dr. Belkin strikes an important note when!
says"our indecisions, our mediocre aims t
may be responsible for recurring crises in I
years. In this atomic age we cannot afford (
tentment with the mediocre. We must aim 1
than ever so that things and conditions that i
not reach the high levels of civilization, moral
and ethics, oi the spiritual life that makes I
the ecstacy of true happiness, should be avoid
and even frowned upon."
Yeshiva University is proceeding with pla
to build up its financial and physical resoira
Yeshiva University is endowed with great spiriM
and educational power. It must be given t
opportunity to fulfill its important mission.
Another iornvrntonv
The cornerstone laying ceremonies
Miami Beach Jewish Center will take place!
Sunday. It is always a joy to witness the ere
of new buildings for institutions of worship!
education. The Miami Beach Jewish Center
plodded an unswerving course of growth
progress, possibly a step or two ahead o!
remainder of the community.
This progress, naturally, is a tribute to M
leadership. But outstanding is the measure
success Rabbi Irving Lehrman, the w
spiritual leader, has achieved in integraungj
Center and its leaders into the sphere ot
and communal endeavor. .
With this display of leadership the w
and community is certain to pro^per_
Jewish authorities.
Pans has been d**,lj|
next regular session of tJ
eral Assembly, '- <" "J
here. This is the i-J
will hear the report on pr*
made to implement iu f-jj
decision, and po Jf7
the application of w.
,Ute tor U N member^
I
To allow for the admission of additional I Amsterdam Avenue from 185th to 186th 4mm.
student,, the Federal and New York State gov- in New York City adjoining the UniveS'.
ernments have joined hands to enable Yeshiva i
ii\er*itv, the onlv University under Jewish
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Univ trtpn*, ,,,t wj ^ / --.... .------
auspices, to erect temporary emergency facilities.
These buildings (left), are being built on
i_ ii- 7 .' j"""k <": university
main building (right). This will give the Uni-
varsity an additional area of 2!>,0QO square feet
and provide additional facilities for 45 clan*,
rooms, laboratories, and offirea.
Palestine Armed
Force Demanded
Continued from Page 1)
Ihi A plan At the same
points "lit- bluntly that
it would be futile to envisage an
militia under the present
:. Iitiiins
Following the issuance of its
::.mission discussed
the question of how to get nn-
I i lift anus embargoes
which are preventing the Jewish
defen el n Pali tine from
getting weapons The five-mem-
roup decided to leave the
open until after the Sc-
Council acts on the n
mend..' nt.r.ned in the se-
curity report
rhi- Commission also received
a letter from Acting Mayoi r
son of Tel Aviv protesting against
lure of the British to check
' ror. The letter states
that British inaction in the Tel
Aviv area during 70 days ol
tinuous sniping is taxing the pati-
ence of a bitter population and
the restraining influence of the
Slave iu' ~......_____
Published ever, FW -X J
oy The Jewi.h Flo'""" |orldl B|
Sixth Street, M'liJ j<*j
Telephones zypLArlT


)AYi FEBRUARY 20, 1948
> Jewish HeridOkut)
PAGE FIVE
|f Saphin Bngmgem to Dr. Wasman Oper Nuptials
' .,inl> wedding highlights the plans of Miss Sybil Merle
nd Dr Stanley Charles Wasman whose betrothal announee-
phm. hpinfi made today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving E.
-.11 owi Ave. H" '" Beach.
[nd Dr. Stanley Chai lcs Wasman^ whose betrothal announee-
*nu 'S 243oVW.~3rd Ave. He is the sun of Mrs. Abe Sandier of
fyrk and Miami "
A native Mi-
amian, the bride-
elect was gradu-
ated from Miami
Senior High
school. She at-
tended U.C.L.A.,
the University of
Miami and Miami
Art Institute. Dur-
ing the war Miss
Saphin was active
with American
Women's Volun-
teer Service and
the American Red
Cross, serving as
a Nurse's aid in
Miami. She is pre-
sently engaged as
B medical assistant
in Miami Beach.
Dr. Wasman
studied at Miami
Beach High
school and the
University of Mi-
ami, and was
graduated from
the College of
Veterinary Medi-
cine of Alabama
Polytechnic Insti-
Ala. Among his local affiliations are the Elks, the
i Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Civic League.
is also a member of South Florida Veterinary Society and both
prkla and American Veterinary Medical associations. The prospec-
fe bridegroom practiced in St. Petersburg and Miami prior to
ning the Miami Beach Animal hospital for veterinary medicine
,iy in Miami Beach. _________
Now on their honeymoon are
Mr. and Mrs. William'Oper who
were united at a small family
wedding ceremony Sunday night
at the home of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. A reception followed
at the Versailles hotel, Miami
Beach.
The former Miss Diane Pecker-
man is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Peckerman, 440 W.
40th st., Miami Beach. Her hus-
band's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Oper of Newark, N.J.

"

Greenberqs Announce
Daughter's Betrothal
Betrothal of their daughter,
Ruth Claire, to Arthur A. Fischer,
is being announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob C. Greenberg. New
York. Mr. Fischer is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fischer, 3433
Garden Ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Greenberg attended Ithica
Sybil Merle Saphin
lochman-Kronberg
fod February 8
llnttlu g irden of her uncle and
bit Miss Rita Hochman became
: Kronberg February 8
families of the couple.
| living Lehrman pro-
, -., dding rites for the
Lighter ol Mi and Mrs Nat
Lehman, 924 Fourth st., Miami
the son of Charles
jronberg, 1345 N.W. Figth st.
I sts the wedding service
k-.v Mr, and Mrs. Ben Meyers,
155LaGorce dr., Miami Beach. A
xeption followed
I Mrs Morris Seymon, Bristol.
ban., was matron of honor for
I an I Miss Sheila Lud-
lig, niece ol the bridegroom, was
laid of : Flower girls were
Irenda n sister of the'y
(ride, and Helen Lachman, niece
! the bridegi oom.
Sam Lachman served as best
pan fm his brother-in-law.
resides in Miami
each.
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Mrs. Kronberg
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| Levine-Miller Betrothal Announced Here
Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Levine of
Riverdale, N. Y.,
have announced
the engagement of
their daughter,
Harriet Beryl
(Sandy), to Dr.
Murray Miller,
son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel B.
Miller of Miami.
Miss Levine at-
tended schools in
New York and
Sophie Newcomb
rollege in New
Orleans. A grad-
uate of Miami
Senior High
school, Dr. Millei
attended the Uni-
versity of Florida
and received his
degree from!
Southern College
of Optometry
where he was a
member of Omega
Epsilon Phi.
No date has been set for the wedding.
Harriet Beryl Levine
Miss Greenberg
University Professor
Addresses Orthodox
Professor Daniel Ashkenaz,
assistant professor of government
at the University of Miami, will
be guest speaker at Friday eve-
ning forum of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation this eve-
ning. Speaking on civil rights his
topic is "The Damned Also Hate."
A former member of the facul-
ty of political science at Brooklyn
college, the professor received
his bachelor's degree from New
York University and his master's
from Columbia.
college and is now a senior
New York university.
The prospective bridegroom, a
graduate of the University cf
North Carolina, is associated with
an advertising agency in New
York. He served with the Signal
Corps Intelligence in Washing-
ton during the war and was later
attached to the Strategic Bomb-
ing survey as an interpreter in
Japan
A June wedding is being plan-
ned.
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PAGE SIX
H. H. Hyman, Red Cross Drive Chairman
Names Divisicn Heads For Campaign
With the official kick-off of the campaign set for February
24th, Chairman H. H. Hyman named heads of six divisions who
will be among leaders in the county-wide effort to meet a
quota of S321.000.
Rowland Sounders, vice-president of Burdines dept. store
will load the Miami business di-
vision. Saunders is servin
the third consecutive >
annual campaign ana as a
ber of the chapter's b ard
rectors,
Marvin D. Adams is
of Miami
dent : s:,
Insurance. Inc Ada sal
er member of I Red
51 r\ es as
a campaign I adi
yea:-.
John Penm
itor of the M
in charge
Alai.
Charles B. J
: nt ol
the Retail M
will hi
the 1 f di-

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: year
ft .' iral Co-
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and in S I
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tead ai
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Folding Chairs
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as co-chai the N
n last year will ead that
livisi in in the 1948
lentral Life Insuran. C
n< 5, county
: the Negi vel

H W I.
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as vice
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largest I 22 i

live >
: ; I of directors
Mrs Rei
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i60 N E 57th St I
107 Ji :'
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Cross ; :. :
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Stern was
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paigi She 1
tivi Red C
yi first
:-; ind a inti en li
Rabbi Raab Guest
At Methodist Church
Kabb. David Raab of T
I .. .El, F rt Lauderdale. will
begui '> ['La";:
Temple Methodist
. .... Sund iv evening, v.
at 7 30
the invil Rev John
Subject ol h
s '
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The sen
bers ol
..
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FRIDAY,EBRUARV^
United Service Board
Names Four Miamians
M and Mrs Stanley C. Myers
ni and Mi and Mrs. Monta
Selig, Miami Beach, were re-
elected to the 1948 board
s of the United Serv-
NeW Amerii BIU
A national welfare agency.
. designed to as-
ii Nazi concentra-
tion amps seeking a home in
untry Mrs Irving M. En-
Miami Women Organize
Local Mizrachi Chapter
A :.
th at
A
held Thursday,
. 26, n the
: Mrs R I"-*5
-. v. 6th St Is have been
. i i : the bu iiness
. n.
Any .. n nti n the
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I with the mem-
rk
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Announces its Grand Opening. A new and complete
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PPjpAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948
*Jewisfi fhrktian
PAGE SEVEN
Beach Congress
Women Observe
Brotherhood Week
Florida Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress, Mi-
ami Beach chapter, will observe
National Brotherhood week at
their next regular meeting Mon-
day 1:30 p.m. at the new Miami
Be'a'ch YM & WHA. Mrs. Irving
0. Lippmao 0l Newark will be
guest speaker.
Mrs. Lippman is president of
jh,. Newark women's division.
AJC, and first vice president of
lhl. New Jersey region. She is a
member of the women's trio of
tin. National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, and will serve
as national chairman of nomina-
tions at the forthcoming AJC
convention to be held March 29
to April 2 in New York City.
Topic of Mrs. Lippman's speech
will be 'Functional Brotherhood."
Mrs. Saul Broida, chairman of
the commission on Community
Relations, plans to read the
President's Proclamation on Civil
Rights, and N. H. Hankoff will
describe the work of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. Mrs.
Frances Nelson of New York stage
and radio will present several
vocal numbers. Mrs. Lewis Julien
is in charge of the program.
Two members are to be elected
from the membership at large to
complete the nominating commit-
tee chosen by the board. Arrange-
ments fur the Florida Division's
donor luncheon February 29 at
the Little Roumania will also bo
discussed.
Purim Ball Postponed
Beth David Sisterhood has
postponed their Purim ball from
March to April 4 so that it will
not conflict with the United Jew-
ish Appeal campaign of the Jew-
ish Federation, according to an
announcement by ways and
means chairman, Mrs. S. J. Au-
gust .
Pioneer Women Serve in
Baby Sitters Project
Pioneer Women of club No. 2
have become baby sitters to help
the babies of Palestine, according
to Mrs. Aaron Liebman, chair-
man of the project.
An emergency call was re-
ceived this week from the na-
tional office, Mrs. Liebman ex-
plained, urging the women to
send all the diapers and infant
wear they could possibly obtain.
Money received from their baby
sitting assignments will be used
to purchase these much needed
articles.
Anyone desiring the services
of the women are urged to call
Mrs. Liebman at 5-1588.
Music Council Forms
Choral Ensemble
Greater Miami Jewish Music
Council announces the formation
of a choral ensemble to consist
of select voices, under the direc-
tion of Leon Shiff. Singers are
quested to contact the chairman
requested to contact the chairman
tor Samuel Kelemer at 5-6819.
Mintzes Reception
Honor Newlyweds
A party was given recently by
Mr, ;.nd Mrs. Joseph Mintzes of
815 4th St., Miami Beach, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg
of Chicago who were spending
their honeymoon here. Mrs. Celia
Rubin was chairlady, and Mrs.
Mania Shubow recited "The
Warsaw Ghetto."
A large donation was given by
the Greenbergfl to the Moatzoath
Hapoloth fund of Pioneer Wom-
en. Club No. II dedicated to the
Mintzes.
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PAGE EIGHT
Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberq of Birmingham. Ala., an-
nounce the birth of a son on February 16. Mrs. Greenberg is
the former Ruth Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B.
Miller of Miami. The maternal grandparents and Mrs. Green-
berg's brother, Murray Miller, are travelling to Birmingham
lor the bris.
* *
Mrs. Simon Helsgott, wife of Rabbi Helsgott of Carnegie,
Pa., is visiting Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April of Miami.
* *
Celebrating their 12th anniversary Monday will be Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Rozansky of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Al Savitz of Maiden, Mass., cousins of Mrs.
Bernard Gelbert of Miami, are vacationing at the Croyden Arms.
Mrs. Savitz is an active worker for the Maiden Hadassah..
* *
Miss Marcia Ellen Gutman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gutman, 2291 S.W. 17th St., will receive her cap at the School
of Nursing, Good Samaritan hospital, West Palm Beach, at
capping exercises to be held their February 23.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman of Lexington. Mass., are spend-
ing the winter in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Berman of Arling-
ton, Mass., are visiting their brother, and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Berman of Coral Gables.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Sparks of Maiden, Mass., are spending
their vacation at the Poinciana.
* *
National executive secretary of Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae
association, Miss Ether Malter of New York City, is a guest of
the Surfside hotel, Miami Beach. She is in Florida to visit the
active chapters here and in Lakeland.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg. 2350 S.W. 17th Terr., have
as their houseguest Mrs. Bromberg's mother. Mrs. Rose Zager
of New Haven, Conn.
* *
Miss Gertrude Wiseman of Chicago, is staying with her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Golden, 5261 S.W. 7th St. for three
weeks. Miss Wiseman is active in the soc;ul and communal
activities of her town.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman of 1037 S.W. 20th Ave.
have as their houseguests this month Mr. Friedman's cousin,
Mrs. Molly Borenstein of Chicago.
-* -* *
Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Rosenthal of 244 W. Rivo Alto Island
entertained with a cocktail party and buffet supper recently in
honor of their niece. Miss Marian Prisament of New York City,
who is visiting with them. A recent graduate of Hunter college!
Miss Prisament is doing research work at Cornell university
Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell of Jersey City is also a guest of the
+Je*istnoridiiaii
Shapiro-Koven Rites
Exchanged Feb. 1st
Holding ;. bible that has been
carried by all the brides in her
familv for three generations, Miss
Caryl June Shapiro exchanged
VOws in her home February I
with Benjamin Koven.
tabbi Leon Kronish performed
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY



Mrs. Benjamin Koven
Rosenthals.
* +
A son, Philip Charles, was born to Mr. and Mrs Irvina
Genet of 1214 S.W. 13th Ave., February 5 in Vlctoria hospital.
nony which was followed
by a reception and later a family
dinner at Ciro's. The couple then
leparted for their honeymoon in
Nassau.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
I Shapiro of 5238 N. Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, and New Ro-
h.lle. N, Y.. the bride is a grad-
uate of the University of Miami.
She formerly attended Ohio State
university in Columbus.
Mr, Koven, son of Mrs. Michael
K vensky of 1530 S W Seventh
St.. and the late Mr. Kovensky,
:.- a senior at the University of
Miami law school where he is
treasurer of the law school stu-
dent body and past pr< sident of
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four years during the war as a
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Da\id Koven, the bridegroom's
ther, was the only attendant.
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April Wedding For
Frances Sinkovitz
M ss Fiances Sinkovitz of At-
[anta Ga. and Paul Enfield of
Miami Beach arc making plans
now for an April wedding. Their
engagement was announced this
week both here and in Atlanta
by hei mother, Mrs. Nathan Sink-
ovitz
The prospective bridegroom is
in of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Enfield of 1701 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Aged Home Services
Mi mbers of the Jewish Home
for the Aged of Miami will hold
unveiling services of the Memo-
rial Plaque m memory of their
president, Alfred B. Rosen*
stein. The ceremony is to take
,,i the home, 339 S.W. 12th
Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father.
Out-of-town guests for the oc-
n included Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Aleckman, the bride's
brother-in-law and sister; Irving
K iv< n, brother of the bride-
Mis Bertha Poarlman
and Mrs Hoy Sheinberg, aunts
.if the bride, all of New York;
nd C lei Richard Shapiro, bro-
ther of the bride, who attends
Admiral Farragut academy in St.
Petersburg.
The newlyweds will live in
Miami Beach.
Miss Sinkovitz
Luba Roy To Feature
Miami WC Concert
Luba Roy, talented accordion-
ist and singer, is to headline the
list of artists scheduled to ap-
pear in a concert sponsored by
Workmen's Circle of Miami,
branch 699, on March 7.
Held in the auditorium of
Riverside school here, the eve-
ning will feature Leibush Gold-
berg of the New York stage as
master of ceremonies.
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+JenisfiFk>ridriar7
PAGE NINE
ced February 28, and awards
March 4 at a citywide
rally in Bayfront
closed at
night and
LtftiutfUntf Palr
yarded March 4
iWlnners of the "outstanding
Kd woman of 1947" contest
tlu. community are to be an-
num'
bade
^eiicanism
[Nominations were
LiniKht Wednesday
"55 of Judges selected to
hoosc the winners,
roriginally initiated by Sholem
B'nai B'rith, the project
IS been financially underwritten
L. Henry Cobbs.
,.rs j, 15 Davidson, chairman
the judges" selection commit-
announced that invitations
jerve as ludges had been ac-
epted by Charles A. Mills, Miss
iarv B. Merritt, dean of women
it'-v University of Miami; Miss
McAdams, supervisor of
dance training of Dade county
thools; Melbourne Martin, presi-
lent of the Dade County Bar
fci, Mrs. Monte Selig. C. Clyde
bins and the Rev. Dr. Glenn
lames.
Concert Features
Cantor Goldring
Cantor Jacob t. Goldring will
be featured in the concert given
by the Palestine branch of Chi-
cago organization February 28
in the Hebrew Academy, 6th ave.
and Jefferson, Miami Beach.
President Hyman Rosen has an-
nounced that proceeds from the
affair are tot be sent to Pales-
tine.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker, and Samuel Hoff-
man, Chicago attorney, will be
toastmaster. Latest pictures from
Palestine are to be shown.
Tickets may be obtained for
$1.20 by calling Mr. Rosen, 9-9663.
for reservations.
SAFE and SURE
PEST
iimoiilioff Called
To Washington
Harry Simonhoff, who has been
baking a series of addresses be-
fore local groups, telling of his
Experiences on his recent trip to
alestine, notified the Jewish
floridian by wire that he was
ailed to Washington to attend
he American Zionist Emergency
Conference. Following the ses-
sions there he will represent the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
the Emergency United Jewish
\ppeal Conference on Sunday.
He asked organizations to
riiom he has speaking commit-
ents to explain his inability to
appear.
Regular meeting of the Board
of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation will take place on Mon-
day. February 23. at 8:15 p.m.
at the Beth David Congrega-
tion. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami.
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Those busy with arrangements for the 6th annual donor lunch-
eon of the Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress,
include (left to right): Mrs. John Soiffer. Miami Beach luncheon
chairman; Mrs. Franklin Glickman, Beach chapter journal chair-
man; and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, chapter fund-raising chairman.
The luncheon, which will be held Sunday, February 26 at 1 p.m.
in the Little Roumania restaurant, Miami Beach, includes the ef-
forts of Miami. Miami Beach and Esther chapters of the division.
Mrs. Mickey Michaels is divisional chairman and Mrs. Sidney
Lewis, chairman for the Miami chapter. Proceeds are to go to-
wards implementing the Civil Rights program fr all Americans.
Temple Youth Sponsor
I Inter-faith Meeting
Temple Israel youth group is
Isponsoring a Inter-faith meeting
Ito inaugurate National Brother-
hood week Sunday evening at
18:15 p.m. in Kaplan hal of Tem-
|ple Israel.
Reverend Andrew W. Gotts-
Ichall. Florida director of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
land Jews, and Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, rabbi emeritus of the temple,
[will be principal speakers. A
[musical program is planned to be
I followed by refreshments and
| dancing.
All young Christian and Jewish
members of the community have
I been invited..
At a gathering in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hoffman,
Miami Beach, last week, Mrs.
Charles Belanoff of Pioneer
Women, club No. 1 collected
the sum of S17.50 from the
guests to benefit the club's
emergency fund for Palestine.
Palestine Asylum
To Secure Funds
In Local Appeal
Mrs. Judith Wachtel. a repre-
sentative of the Beth Cholim Mit-
navnim (Incurable Invalids Asy-
lum) of Jerusalem, will tour the
various hotels of Miami Beach
this week to obtain donations for
the institution.
Holding letters both from Isaac
Herzog, chief rabbi of Palestine,
and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of
Miami Beach, urging the com-
munity to contribute to the cause
of the helpless asylum inmates.
Mrs. Wachtel visits this area be-
fore travelling to Tulsa, Chicago
and New York in pursuance of
help for the hospital. Posters
telling where she will speak are
to be displayed at various posi-
tions throughout the Beach.
Only institution of its kind in
the Holy Land, Beth Cholim Mit-
navnim caters to patients of the
poorest classes, administering
shelter, medical attention and
specially prepared food for the
cureless invalids. The entire bur-
den for expenses rests upon the
Home and their financial condi-
tion is reportedly in distress.
Mrs. Wachtel has established
headquarters here at 2350 Prairie
Ave., Miami Beach, until the end
of the week.
Ilr. A lira iii Ssm'Iisi r
To Address llally
Dr. Abrum L. Sachar, chairman
of the B'nai B'rith National Hillel
Commission, and formerly its
national director, is to appear as
guest lecturer at a city-wide
membership rally sponsored by
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith on March 1st in the main
auditorium of Temple Beth
Sholom. Harry Zukernick, pro-
gram chairman, and Walter Kov-
ner, president, announced that
Dr. Sachar will highlight the Mi-
ami Beach membership campaign
to be launched at that time.
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1947 which is self explanatory.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
% Office of Subordinate to the United
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47 N. W. Third Street and Joiners of America
August 29, 1947
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that the present wage scale
(effective August 28, 1947) for Journeyman Car-
penters and Apprentices of Dade County is as
follows: "W
Journeyman ....................................11.87*4 per hour
Apprentice 1st Yr...........................$1.00 per hour
Apprentice 2nd Yr.........................S1.25 per hour
Apprentice 3rd Yr...........................$1.43 Vi per hour
Apprentice 4th Yr...........................S1.6212 per hour
A. A. WRIGHT
Business Representative
From that date on the scale of $1.8714 and more was
paid to our members. The following wire verifies that this
scale was approved by the General Office:
WESTERN UNION
QB518
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT WAS GIVEN MIAMI
DISTRICT COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 3 1947 BY
SECOND GENERAL VICE PRESIDENT OF THE
INCREASED RATE OF WAGES JOURNEYMEN
RATE TO BE ONE DOLLAR EIGHT-SEVEN ONE-
HALF CENTS PER HOUR. RECORDS AT THIS
OFFICE SHOW SAME IN EFFECT SINCE THAT
TIME.
M A HUTCHESON, 1ST G. V. P.
3 1947
MIAMI CARPENTERS DIST. COUNCIL


PAGE TEN
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_raiDAY._FEBRUARV;o
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Sabbath eve children's service
at 4:30 p.m. Adult Friday evening
service at 5:30 p.m. Friday night
forum at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff
will lecture on the theme "What
We Expect From Religion." E Ij
Sabbath morning service at 6:30
a.m. Regular Sabbath morning
service at 8:30. Bar Mitzvah of
n of Mr. and Mrs
ham Bloom. Rabbi will 8
the Bar Mitzvah. Interim
youth at 9
a.m. under the supervision
i of Education. Jui
for children of ele-
ment:.-.', school age at 10 o'clock
under the supervision ol .Max
Bertman of the faculty. K
served to both groups by Mrs.
Joseph Brenner and a Sisti
committee. Bible study at 4 p.m.
. s. I. Friedman. Min I
5:30 followed by Shalos S.
Rabbi Abraham B. Reines, ki
author and lecturer, will be
speaker. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Daily sch i 3:30 I ?
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovky.
5:15
p.m. Saturday morning first
minyan at 7 a nd at 8:45. j
.-. il] spi. .
n of
3 p.m. Rabbi will
Will follow. Saturday morning
.., rvice at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
will speak on "The Rabbi and
the Priest." Junior S.
10:30 conducted by the junior
at 5 p.m.
Seudos R
will >;-'.;> n th< P
W
Hebrew school ,:'i:,
p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
- vices Friday at i
n at
8:30. I
it |

be gues! u'-:;
.'
Sen S '
. m. Ra!i!''. G m will speak
on the Weekly Portion of the
Law. Mincha at 5:30 p.m. fol-
-
I
3 30 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late F
15 p.m. In vii
w k, Rabbi Shap 's to]
will be "Th( re Is
in War, But N
P e." Servici will be d
e Miami chapter f Ha-
rtion of the week I Mrs
at 4:30 p n
followed by Shalos Seudos witl nduct the
zmiros. Daily i s. Mr. David
ing services, first minyan at :er will be hosts at the re-
in i eption in I i urn after
na. Second minyan at 8. Daily
mine: fol-
lowed J
t li p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
it 5:30
p.m. I. te Friday night si
at 8:15. Rabbi April will
on "W ites An A-
can J Oneg Shabbat
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ilY 1415 Euclid avo., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldxing.
| iv l vening service at 5:30
pm Late Friday evening service
at 815 Rabbi Lehrman will
;t"TheS< et
,rday morning
9 a.m Rabbi Leh
will preach en "The Weekly Por-
' Qor
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: Sun-
boys
Sunda; II
3 p.m. at W
aid 17th SI re-
:
to 6:30 ]
, 1".
to" 12
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LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelomer.
Annual Jew Mi
Ri | :. Kl in and
r Samuel will pre-
I Jewish
The
rider I
tion Lou will
ith sen
Child i thday
ng. Harry Simon
: torn a trip
peak on
I
men's club meeting
. Sunda} school
rom the
to 14Va. High
if J, .'. ish studies, Sunday i
9 15 .. m, for youi
ovei Hebrew
Iti nate W< dnesday after-
j s and ... 7'-
.. ..li. childn n
. B y of Mrs from ~:j to 5. Daily morning ses-
. ins.
at 8:3ii REFORM
at 10:30. Sun rning Bar Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19lh st.
' B 30 Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Temple Emanu El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
K iday evening services at 8
Pm Rabbi Raab will preach on
the subject "Judaism aa a Pcr-
Light." A reception fol-
lows ,).,. In bis honor.
g 1 and Hebrew
at 10 a in
Jewish Community Center. 2020
Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max
Kaufman.
Friday evening services. E. I.
nan, former president of
..,,. zj01 to inization of Amer-
ica and present chairman of the
Special Gifts CommiH.
UJA. will be- *,ce <* th,
Ladies auxiliary ,f th ****
be hosts for Zf^ZtS
following the serviced abb
morning services at in 7 day
and Mrs. Nathan AKrL ? Mr'
hosts for the *?+
Orlando Dedicates
Congregation Ohev Sha
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Orlando dedicated their new Ta
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Rabbi Morris A Skop ls T
spiritual leader of the synag0
Sg'Jt.
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ins. will n the
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A eception hot I):. and
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Games Party Monday
\ game party with a program
,,t entertainment and refresh-
ments, will be held Monday eve-
ning at 8 P m- at the Marseilles
hotel, 1741 Collins Ave., Miami
B
Sponsored by the Sisterhood of
egation Beth Jacob the af-
II be used to raise funds
for Talmud Torah project for
children of the religious school,
it was announced by Mrs. Jack
jli, h, Sisterhood president.
\ mgements committee in-
clude Mrs. Ben Mulish, Mrs. Ben-
atnin Feld, Mrs. Anne Berow,
jjrs Joseph Brenner and Mrs.
Bbenstein. Hostesses for
ening are Mrs. Louis Mak-
Mrs. Carl Willis, Mrs.
ii... Whitman, Mrs. Eugene
\f/ Mrs. Jack Falke, Mrs. Al
Kelly, Mrs. Jack Satin, Mrs. Har-
Zeilinger and Mrs. Max
Thurston.
Phi Sigma Sigma Honors
Visiting Alumnae
A umnae members visiting in
Miami will be the honor-
ed guests of the Phi Sigma Sigma
alumnae club when they hold
monthly meeting at the
,1 Mrs. Hyman Koch, 961
\\ ; Ith St.. Miami Beach, Feb-
ruary 23 at 8:30 p.m.
ing the guests will be Mrs
, mis of Pittsburg, Pa., Mrs
Joseph Hersh. Pittsburg. Pa.
Joseph Sharcott, McKees-
P., and Miss Eleanor Rut-
Pittsburg, Pa. The evening
spent socially with cards
and mah jong.
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White or Colored
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Undei the Personal Supervision
Of George J. Greenspan
Young Judea Clubs
Hold Song Festival
At Beth Jacob
Young Judaea Clubs of Greater
Miami will present a song festi-
val. Sunday, at 7:30 p.m.. at the
Beth Jacob Congregation, 311
Washington Ave., Miami Beaeh. i
The gmups will be directed by
Cantor Jacob Y. Gold ring of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center. Clubs participating are
the Beersheba, lead by Miss Lu-
cille Yagoda; Benot Yacob, lead
by Miss Either Carlebuch; Chalut-
zim, lead by Miss Lillian Aron-
son; Tel Aviv, lead by Miss Bev-
erly Raphael; Maccabees, lead by I
Miss Toby Cooper; and Yagour,
lead by Miss Selma Lewis
Judges will be Pierre Little, of
the Dade County school; Cantor'
Samuel Kclemer, of Temple Beth
Sholom, president of the Cantors
Association of Greater Miami;
Mrs. Anna Cooper of 1624 West'
Ave.. Miami Beach, local music
leach; Joshua Stadlan. a Hebrew
teacher at the Hebrew Academy,
Miami Beach; and a member of
the Senior Judaea group, which
is lead by Ted Nelson.
The following is to be used as
a basis for picking the winning
group: presentation, musical abil-
ity, voice, rhythm, expression
(interpretation), and pronuncia-
tion of words. Two songs arc to
be presented by each group, to
be sung in Hebrew. A plaque will
be awarded to the winning group.
The event is being sponsored by
the Young Judaea Leaders Coun-
cil of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, for Jewish
Music Month. Chairman for the
song festival is Miss Dorothy
Susman, who will be assisted by
Miss Toby Cooper, refreshments;
and the Misses Lucille Yagoda
and Selma Lewis, decorations
The Young Judaea groups of
"Chalutzlm" and "Yagour" which
meet at Beth Jacob Congregation,
will be the hosts.
*Jewisti FhridHain
PAGE ELEVEN

Workers Alliance
Sponsors Theater Party
Jewish National Workers' Alli-
ance, the Labor Zionist Fraternal
organization, is presenting a Jew-
ish theater evening February 29
at 8 p.m. in the Miami Beach
High school auditorium.
The five well known European
artists included in the program
are stopping in Miami on their
tour of the United States and
Canada. Diana Blurnenfelr1 J- nis
Turkow, Jedidio Epstein, Al Har-
ris and Max Lubctsky will to-
gether furnish an evening of
songs, comedy, recitations and
one-act plays.
Information about the perform-
ance and' reservations are di-
rected to Jacob Tarr, 58-8441 or
Mr. Dorff. 850 Jefferson ave..
Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer
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the engagement of their daughter.
Myra Jean, to Maurice William
Samuels, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marx Samuels of 6486 S.W. 10th
Terr.
June 20 has been set for the
date of the wedding in the Robert
Richter hotel. .
Miss Scheer was graduated
from Miami Senior High school
and attended the University of
Miami.
Mr. Samuels, who comes from
Pittsfield. Mass.. studied at May's
Engineering school there before
serving two and a half years in
the Armored tank corps.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948
Zionist s To Greet
National Offioer
The entire Laboi-Ziunist group
of Greater Miami, consisting of
the Poale Zion. Farband branches
and Pioneer Women clubs will
participate in the Tourist's Party
and reception in honor of Louis
Segal. Saturday evening. Feb-
ruary 28th. at the Edward hotel.
Miami Beach.
Segal is a leading figure in the
Zionist movement, playing an
important role in Jewish life here
Louis Segal
and ..: v- '
i. he was
imental in I growl
the organi; tioi in the dis-
emination of Jew -. ultu e
Immed:..-'
the Zion:.-'
Palestine to | in the
deliberati ns I the World Zion-
ist A,:, ns C tl and t
" :. .'... E which hi is i

A ..;. I: m th( W Art
Theatre ntly come
this country, will maki
:;
ception rendering a number of
ns in Yiddish and in He-
Income Tax Specialist
BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS
4 Years With the Internal
Revenue Bureau
LOUIS B. BUSH
Ph. 5-5272
Orange Bowl Scene
Of Championship
Fight On Tuesday
Willie Pep. recognized .is one
of the outstanding 'little men" in
fistic history. w:ll make the
seventh defense of his feather-
weight world's crown Tuesdaj
when he battles Miami's Humbe:
to Sierra. No. 1 title contend.
the reconstructed Orange Bow.
Hav:n^ eed 1 turn over the
net pi :.: I the gala interna-
: punch-for-pay show I
Damon Runyon Memorial Cancel
Fund, Promotei Clarence (K#y
set on
a $122,000 gate Kantrowiti
rived at this figure while a!
: urn at prices rai
: $.* general admission to SIS
. Ie, All prices include the
... taxes
Pep will be nunmng for a new
rd of (53 fights without a loss
He set the .'hi re< f 62 be-
I pped the nly loss
to Sammy .V
then lightweight champion
1943 Since that time he has reg-
.--. red til wins and a draw. The
in 1945 w:
ht on even terms with the
unpredictable Jimmy McAl! -
A f( w months after the draw.
. ed McAllister in tw.
I ,iunds.
Undei th< direction of T
DeTardo of Miami Beach. Sierra
icored IS wins in IT starts
during the last 18 months. He
climbed I th( N l conten l<
sp it by defeating the clever Lulu
C stantim it- hampion '
Callu:... Pal Brady, Miquel Ace-
,,nd Sandy Saddler. Saddler
being groomed for a title
shot at Pep wh( n Sierra checked
th the great Minneapolis up-
set.
The Variety Club of greater Miami will hold a big Heart Fund
show at the Lincoln theatre on Tuesday night. February 24th at
1100 P m. The feature attraction will be the world premiere of the
20lh Century Fox production "Sitting Pretty," starring Maureoh
O'Hara. Robert Young and Clifton Webb. In addition the premiere
will be attended by stars of stage, screen and radio. The entire
proceeds will be used for Variety Club sponsored children's chari-
ties. Adminission is by invitation only and they can be obtained at
the box office of the Lincoln or Miami theatres.
Miss Si
nal chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah.
The sessi ins, which are under
the joint sponsorship of the Mi-
ami Beach units -if Junior II.,-
:. ,,i! I Masad i imbine talks
m pertinent Jewish subjects by
prominent speaker- of national
and local fame, and are followed
by Palestinian dances and songs
STEEL ERECTING
HAULING
None Too Large or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
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2319 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phones 2-4308 3-1658
Educational-Social Group
Meet At Beach Y
SOUTHERN NURSING &
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Alice Camus, Owner
'A Complete Placement Service'
226 W. Flagler Street
Phone 3-7392
; current sei ie
. ti nal-social evenings I
this Tuesday evening, in
the New Miami Beach Y. ac
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White and Colored Help
Phones 9-5317 9-6727
51 N. E. 5th Street
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Everything in camping on program
Private Lake Medical Staff
Individual Attention
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Mik. tw "J?ai : '" twice weekly
M>ke Levme University of Miami Physical Education
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For honk, S- BESS GLASSER. Director
For ^-'^-Bt'ons contact Bob or Jean Arnold
iJB Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
PHONE 5-2988
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MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUIL^RS
3279 S. W. 8iT etin A'WayS HandUILDERS
Phone 4-5922
Partition Proceedings
Heard On Yiddish Hour
Morris Nasutir, director of th.
WINZ Yiddish Classical Hour
Sundays at 12 noon, has scheduled
a series of programs featuring
ti inscriptions of a new album
which has just appeared titled "A
Nation Is Born." The transcrip-
tions are actual recordings of the
sessions of the United Nations
when the question of partition
and the historic vote for a Jew-
ish state were recorded.
The thrilling, dramatic struggle
to establish the Jewish state in
Palestine, the actual voices of
Chaim Weitzman, Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver. Moshe Shertok. David Ben
Gurion, Dr. Emanuel Neumann
Rabbi Wolf Gold, Mrs S. w!
Halprin and leading delegates to
the United Nations General As-
sembly, are among the programs
to be presented.
The Yiddish Classical Hour also
is heard on Tuesday evenings
from 5:30 to 6:15 over WINZ.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1948
^JewistiflcrSdnafi
PAGE THIRTEEN
Charter Presentation Br Heiman
Head* B'nai B'rith W.M'ks Activities
Louis Heiman, president
District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai
g'rith, will officiate in charter
presentation ceremonies to be
in honor of the newly or-
d Isaac Levin Lodge, 8:15
pin Feb. 24th, at Temple Israel,
Miami.
Officers of the new lodge will
1. installed by Jack Abbott,
president of the State Federation
0f B'nai B'rith Lodges, and a
pasi president of Miami's Sholem
Lodge. Isaac Levin, a past presi-
| District No. 5 after whom
the new lodge was named, will
be the honored guest of the eve-
ning and will share the platform
with E. Albert Pallot and Louis
q rdon, organizers of the new
group.
of tuial forum, scheduled for Tues-
day, Feb. 24th, has been post-
poned in order that the member-
ship of the lodge could offer full
cooperation and participation in
a Coral Gables "Brotherhood
Week" rally to be held that same
evening at the Coral Gables Ele-
mentary school.
B'nai
League
B'rith Girls' Bowling
has entered the second
week of their current twelve-
week tournament held Wednes-
days at 7 p.m. at the Recreation
Bowl, 301 S. Miami Ave., accord-
ing to league president, Harriet
Her.
Rev. Paul Jewett. Father Mc-
and Rabbi Leon Kronish
will be the principal speakers in
a Brotherhood Week initiation
ceremony sponsored by the Emma
Lazarus Chapter, Business and
1 fessional Women, Tuesday,
8 30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach
YM1IA
Darry Davis, secretary of the
County Bar Association,
will address members of Sholem
e at their weekly luncheon,
today, 12:15 p.m. in the Down-
town Club.
Judge David Rose of Boston
and Louis Heiman. District No. 5
pn sident, will officiate at a char-
ter presentation banquet and in-
stallation of officers of the newly
organized Tropical Lodge No.
1713 of Miami Beach on Monday.
7:30 p.m.. Feb. 23rd. at Huyler's
Restaurant Irving Cypen. presi-
dent of Tropical Lodge, will re-
the charter from Heiman.
A "Get Acquainted" meeting
of the North Shore Lodge will be
held Wednesday 8:30 p.m.. Feb
25th, at Beth Sholom Temple.
The informal evening will feature
a talk by Mrs. Irving Becker.
vice president of District 5 Wom-
en's Grand Lodge.
The Coral Gables Lodge Cul-
Sislerhood of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
has scheduled its Purim festival
for Sunday. March 14. in the
new Miami YM & WHA.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN tnm
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Fictitious name oi
Mln-Eds Restaurant at Jill'. Ponce
rte Leon Blvd., Coral Cables, Fla., in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Un.ie
County, Florida.
EDWARD OXENBKHG
MINNIE OXENBERG
Wasman, Silver a- Bakowlts
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-27 ^/5-l2-l9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli.u
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Bayshore Charter .v.- Boat Rentals at
1821 N. E. Bayshore Place, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk oi
the Circuit Court of Dade Count>,
Florida.
HOWARD E. LEPPBR
CLARA c. LEPPER
Wasman, Silver Bakowlts
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-21 3'.-.-12-19
iv n.,,,N0T,CE TO APPEAR
,.,','.',':. CIRCUIT court of the
I. LE\ K.NTll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'.!;.;,; p ~ ,N CI*ANCBRT. No.
EtOBNE Kl.lNn MUELLER, Plain-
tiff. vs. ALBERTA O. KLI.M.-
, MUELLER, Defendant.
l<> ALBERTA o. FORTEN
(or ALBERTA O. FOKTSON)
2102 Santee Avenue
Columbia, South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai EUGENE KLING-MUELLER,
your rormer husband plaintiff in
tills cause, has filed a Petition to
Modify the Final Decree of Divorce
entered on August 22. hip;, by the
Honorable RO88 WILLIAMS, Senior
< ircuit Judge. You are hereby required
'; your written Appearance,
Answer or other pleadings to said
Petition with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before the imii
lay of March, A. D. 1948; otherwise,
the allegations of said Petition will
i- taken as confessed by mu
IT IS ORDERED that thin Notice
!" published once a week for four (4)
consecutive weeks in the JEWISH
fi.dkidi.w, a newspaper published
in Dade County, Florida
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th
day of February, A. d 1948
f:. ii. leatherman,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(circuit Court Beal)
By m c GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
VIVION II RUTHERFORD
605 Lincoln Itnad
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
2 20-27 3/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
MARSHALL'S, at 43* 41st Street, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, and intend to
legister the said fictitious name in
the office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Cntintv. Florida.
LARRY HOFFMAN
HENRY MARSHALL
Sole i rwnei i
OEOROE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for applicants
I 10-27 J/5-12
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F THE
1 ITU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KIX>R-
1DA. IN CHANCERY, No. 114827
Po.\l/> V1ROILO PERRONE, also
known as PERONI, Plaintiff, vs
FLORENZA MARIA PERRONE.
Defendant.
TO: FLORENZA MARIA PERRONE
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear t<> the Hill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before March 22nd, l48, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint win be
tak.n as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in The
Jewish Florldlan, s newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 18th day of February,
IMS
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Beal I .......
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON V FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Iaw
1022 Seybold Hulldlng
Miami. Florida.
! 20-27 8/6-18
LILLIAN DURRANT'S
41nt Street Flower 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
ACE BUG CLEANERS
26 S. W. South River Drive Phonc 9"1155
RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpel Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
NORTH BEACH HOME PATIIOL
18 Years of Reliable Service
All Bonded Employees
For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860
6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach
BUCK'S POULTRY & EfiBJBSSL,
WHOLESALE 8r RETAIL .ur, c.tiiRDAY"
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY ^
2218 N. W. 2nd Ave.
notice to appear
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida, in and for dade
county in chanckry. no.
114630.
CON8TANTINB PAPPAMACKEL.
Plaintiff, vs. JOAN PAPPAA1AUK-
F-L, also known as JOAN
MICHAELS, Defendant.
TO: JOAN I'.llTAMACKEU also
known as JOAN MICHAELS. 40-18
Hamilton Street, Jackson Heights,
New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you by CON-
STANT1NE l'AI'I'AMACKKU your
lui.ili.ind. in the alsive styled cause
and in the above named Court; and
VOU are further notified you are here-
by required to file an appearance In
Bald proceedings on or before the 8th
day of March, A. D. 1948, otherwise
the allegation* of said Kill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
This order Is to be published once
a week, for four (41 consecutivo
weeka, in THE Jewish fi/ORIDIA.n,
a newspaper published in Dade Coun-
ts Florida.
Dated this 7th day of February,
A. I). 1948
E. B. DEATH r.KMA.N, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GDI 1.1),
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
2/13-20-27 3/5
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at
301 N. Miami Ave. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ABE KIRSCHE.NBAUM.
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
114892.
MORRIS GLEANA, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY GLEANA. Defendant.
To; MARY OLEANA, 2069 soth Street,
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARF. HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
*t> led cause for dlvoree, on or before
the 19th day of March, 1948,
Dated this 18th day of February,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J HAND. Attorney
827 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
2/20-27 8/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is hf:rf:by OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Cullford Poultry Co. at 101 N. W. 8th
Street, intend t.> register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade County. Florida.
IXH'IS ORONER
SHIRLEY OELMAN
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
2/13-20-27 3/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute," House BUI No.
1175, Chapter No. 20953, Laws of
Florida, 1341, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and lor
Dade County, Florida, upon receipt
of proof of the publication of this
notice, the fictitious name, to-wit:
PARK PHARMACY under which we
are engaged In business. We expect
to engage in business at number 2200
Southwest Eighth Street, in the City
of Miami. F'lorida.
That the parties Interested In saw
business enterprise, are as follows;
HENRY OILMAN
BOPHIB OILMAN
RUDOLPH SCHER
SALLY SCHER
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants.
I. 28-SO J/'i-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Park Cleaners and Hand Laundry at
S68 N W S6th Street, Miami. Fla. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS and
RUTH OITTLEMAN
1/13-20-27 3/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sheridan Lake Shop at :.l!- list Street,
Miami Beach, F'lorida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the t'Ircuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN KIRSHMAN
Petitioner.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner.
2/13-20-27 3/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Red Road Food Market at 4O12-40l
Red Road. Miami. F'lorida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorida.
KEN FEINRICRG
ALBERT BARON, Partners.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
2/6-13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUIKJE'S COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
19038.
RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPH MILLER.
A/K/A/ JOSEPH GABBY MILLER,
A/K/A JOSEPH GABBY, A/K/A
,|i >f: CABBY, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trator of the estate of JOSEPH MIL-
LER deceased; and that on the 1st
day of March, 1948, will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate of JOSEPH MILLER, de-
ceaaed,
This 27th day of January, 1948.
FRANK MILLER.
WASMAN, SILVER & BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Administrator
1 :i" 2 >; 13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ann's Lunclconette at 136 S. Miami
Avenue, Miami, F'lorida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorida.
JAMBS HERALD SECUNDA
Sole Owner.
MARX FETNBERG
Attorney for Applicant
2/8-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QiVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
GULF PLUMBING Ac BUILDING
SUPPLY at 198 Northwest 24th Street,
Miami. .-Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
maurice uraunstein
joseph poppelauer
theodorf: barr
wasman. silver & sakowitz
Attorneys for Applicants
2/6-13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
I of Shell Company at 200 N. \V. 1st
Strct, Miami. F'lorida, Intend to rcg-
Ister said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
OUSTAVE AHRAMS
MILDRED ABRAMB
Partnei s
MARION BROOKS
Attorney for Applicants.
2 13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Fran-Sal Originals. Creators of Ladles
Fashions at 1534 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SALLY GRBISMAN
Sole Owner.
Welnstein. Weinstein & Weinstein
Attorneys for Applicant
i'ii Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IVnn-Wav Pharmacy at 1443 Penn-
sylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, ln-
jenl to register said name with the
Clei k of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ABRAHAM NEWMAN
SYLVIA NEWMAN
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for applicants.
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
Empire Furniture Factory at 1825
N. E, 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, F'lorida.
EMPIRE FURNITURE CO.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
2/6-13-20-27 3/5
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANI>
F'OR DADE COUNTY. F'LORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 111495.
LOUISE LENTINE. Plaintiff, vs.
PETER LENTINE, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: PETER LENTINE,
Painter Avenue
West Haven, Connecticut
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Kill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
Btyled cause on or before the 3rd day
of March, 1948; otherwise the allega-
| tions ol said Bill of Complaint will
i be taken as confessed against you.
Let this onler be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORIIUAN. a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida
Dated this 2nd day of February,
1948.
E li LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit court Seal)
By M.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F'OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 114650.
JOHN T. WALSH, Plaintiff, vs.
LILLIAN C. WAI^SH. Defendant
TO: LILLIAN C. WALSH
9668112th Street
Richmond Hills, Long Island.
New York
You are hereby notified aml_ re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before March 16, 194S, otherwise
the Kill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you Let this order
be published once n week for not less
than four successive weeks in The
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished In Dade County, Florida.
Dated this nth day of February,
1948
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal I
By M C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON a. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1028 Seybold Building
Miami. F'lorida
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFiBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY
and SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO. at
1817 North Miami Avenue. Miami.
F'lorida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
STEVE J. DURA1.
Wasman, Sliver & Sakowltx
Attorneys for Applicant
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Van Ralon Company (not Inc I a!
1481 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
NORMAN COVAN
and
LEONARD L. COVAN
Partners.
2/20-27 3/5-12-19
SAM 8ILVER
Attorney
1703 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
2/6-13-20-27
C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT ColltT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F'OR DADE COUNTY. FIXHUDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 114363.
MAX KLF:TTF:R. Plaintiff, vs.
ETHEL KLETTER, Defendant.
TO: ETHEL KLETTER
.'.si Timpson Place
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before February 27. 194s, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for not less than four successive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
published in Dade County, F'lorida.
Dated this 27 day of January, 1948.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court.
(Circuit Comt Seal!
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
Milton- a FRIEDMAN
Attorney for uiaintiff
1023 Seybold Bidg.
Miami, F'lorida
1'30 2/8-13-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F'oR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No, 114774.
ETTA SMITH, Plaintiff, vs.
samuel smith. Defendant.
THE STATE OF" FLORIDA:
TO: SAMUEL SMITH
care of Dr. Max Smith
461 Baal 96th street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Kill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 13th day
Of March. 1918; otherwise the allega-
tions of said BUI will be taken :is
confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DATF:D this 12 day of FVbruarv.
l4s.
B B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Beal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1701 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
2/13-20-27 8/3



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fjeni^lf IfkridHan ________=
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20,
1948
Temple Sisterhood
Garden Party
Feature Event
Biggest event scheduled for the
year by Temple Israel Sisterhood
is to be their garden party at
the home of Mis. J. A. Richter,
4666 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach,
on Thursday, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs
Sydney L. Weintraub is chairman
of the committee on arrange-
ments.
Tickets, at two dollars a per-
son, may be obtained from Mrs.
Henry E. Wolff, til : man.
or from other members of the
committee. Refreshments will be
served.
Men
ning the affair im Nat
L \V: Mrs J. Gerald Lowl-
and Mrs. Harold Sp. t,
Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs I
Hirsch, Mrs Willian Sn<
M.s. Albert Hirsch, Mrs W
Singer and Mrs E'.
hostesses and
tables, M.s Dan Rus
Duv;d B.,s>. Mrs
and Mrs. Gus !' i
prizes, Mrs J A R M:-
Max Orovitz. Mrs. Lewis Freed-
n and M
freshments; M
and Mrs. :.: -
.: Gus ;
and Mrs. Isaac Levin,
Molshe Ovslier at
tutu Tfilah Cong.
Cantor Moishe Oysher ap-
ed m a concert Wedn.
evening for the benefit o\ the
Refugee Rabbinical Colege and
Trade School of Chicago, tr
Beach High school audi-
torium. ,.
St.:.
young 'he Sl'hl' !
t of its kind 1
m the U.S. A commits
by businessman Edward Mat-
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FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 20. 1948
^Jewislincridlian
PAGE FIFTEEN
I jVjS OF OUR TIMES

^E HIGHEST OFFICIAL OF THE
JEWISH AGENCY FOB WLESTINE,
THE MAN GREATLY RESPONSIBLE
FOR CREATION OF THE JEWISH
STATE IS...
-0I BEN-GURION
(Ulnit b, NORMAN nd SOL NODEL
Ml b, RHOOA 8 SIMON
>/\-J i\jy\ i^j,
BORN IN MLANO IN 1666. BEN -CURION
CREW UP IN A ZIONIST HOUSEHOLD
WITH THE WORDS OF HEQZL RING-
ING IN HIS EARS.
HE LEFT FOR PALESTINE IN 1906 TO WORK
ASA FARM UIMH.lMtt.HE SETTLED
IN THE NORTHERN PART OF PALESTINE.
AS A ZIONIST, BEN-GURION TOOK
THE ALLIED SIDE AGAINST TURKEY
INWORLD WAR I. AND CONSE-
QUENTLY WAS EXILED FROM TURKISH-
RULED PALESTINE IN 1915.
ALONG WITH I5AAC MN-ZVI.HE CAME
TO THE U.S. TO ORGANIZE AMERICAN
JEWISH YOUTH INTO A PIONEER.
CROUP FOR THE FUTURE SETTLEMENT
OF PALESTINE.
4"*. rtfc
HERE BfN-GURlON MET AND MARRIED k NURSE
PAUIA.IN I9I7.AFTER THE DEFEAT OF TURKEi;
THEY RETURNER TO PALESTINE WHERE
BEN-GURION FOUNDED THE HISTADRUT
1 (CENERAL FEDERATION OF LABOR).
AS GENERAL SECRETARY. A POST HE HELD FROM 1921, HE 6ECAME
THE MOST POPULAR FIGURE IN THE COUNTRY AND IT WAS NO SURPRISE
WHEN HE WAS ELECTED IN 1933 TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE
JEWISH AGENCY. TWO YEARS LATER.HE WAS ELECTED CHAIRMAN
OF THE BOACD.A POSITION HE HAS SINCE RETAINED.
AGREATORATOR.BEN-CURION SPEAKS NINE
LANGUAGES.AND HAS WRITTEN THREE BOOKS
AND MANY ARTICLES DURING HIS CAREER.
IN NOV.,1947. FOLLOWING THE DECISION
Of THE U.N.TO FORM THE JEWISH STATE,
HE DECLARED THAT HIS J06 WAS NOW JUST
BEGUN. HE GOES FORWARD WITH HIS IN-
TENSE HEAD HELD HIGH-THE MAN WHO
IS CERTAIN TO 6E THE FIRST PRIME MINI-
STER OF THE JEWISH STATE...

iVInnli Menuhin
To Play With
IIiain i Symphony
Appearing with the University
Miami symphony March 7
nd 8 will be the famous violin-
it, Yehudi Menuhin. His pair of
bncerts will be the sixth in the
Diversity series to appear in the
lud:t rium of Miami Senior High
fchool.
During his tour of Europe and
ngland last year, Menuhin was
be first American artist to be
pviied to play in Prague or Mos-
OA" since the war.
tf<:. ihin's playing has recently
leen featured in "The Magic
bw," a British film on Paganini's
|fe. Although the artist is not
en throughout the picture, ap-
toximately 45 minutes of his
lolin music is heard including
llections by Brazzini, Beethoven
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Debbs Chapter Holds
Open House At Hillel
Debbs chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women will hold its first
open house tomorrow evening at
8:30 p.m. at Hillel house, 3306
Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral
Gables.
Miss Roslyn Morris, chairman
of the affair, will be assisted by
Doris Brown, refreshments; Hin-
da Kordish, decorations; Velma
Schwartz, hostess chaiman, and
Charlotte Sandier, publicity.
and Tartini as well as Paganini.
Often called one of the living
masters of the violin, Menuhin
rarely follows edited versions of
classics, but plays the original
version as the composer had in-
tended his number to be played
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PAGE SIXTEEN
Miss Thompson
to Address Forum
,, twn Hall Forum
nhlp
Temple and Temple
. m Men.s dubs will pn
naiity. Dorothj
Thomj ,
rill appear at
litorium T
, Binder, committee
' ''
Days."
. i and
<:> fOI
t in iree-
ADL Prepares Program
For ABC Broadcast
In conjunction with Bmthcr-
I lod week, "David Harding -
Counter Spy" is P"!*2?tln* a
special program titled "The Case
,,, the Power Mad Puppet on
February 22nd at 5:30 p.m. over
lne American Broadcasting Com-
pany and its affiliated stations.
1 Miami, radio station WQAM
m ill carry this broadcast.
The program was prepared with
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY %
the cooperation 0t ,ha
e ADL'S
Radio and Civil
Rights
ments,' and the Anti'.nl,'1*1'"1"
U of B^t^H
ceive air credit.
A special citation i. v
granted to the program h"1
National Conference of ft,/^
and Jews in connect^?"**'
annual radio
awards for
with it,
grams contributing "to
standing and respect amongX
American people."
Pro.
under.
lloth llavitl Cong.
Plans \v Edif Ice
Beth David cong will
be hosts "' Sun"
day so 1 ap"
post Announo
be made of the sel
. itect to complete
e has
30 p.m.
Bernard SI
which
nsists of Alex
::
Jack Ros i Seigel
and M
P-T A.
Dec
to be "''
ip re-
I
new buil
I
to follow
I lanning to atten I
.'.. Mrs. L mis Mar-
t Beth 1
>le.
Jewish Education Bureau
, Conducts Seminar
A si
-
will I I
of Jew ih Edu
'
igfor i tsuc-
The
s
will '

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Jewish Emigration
Depends On UJA
ntinued ti el)
Stein pleaded with the assem-
bled workers lo help turn hope
into realization. He declared
that 75.000 Jewish refugees
"stand on the threshold of a
betler life in Palestine" and
added that hundreds of thous-
ands of others will have the
same opportunity in the future
as a result of the United Nations
action on Palestine.
"Meanwhile," "we
must sup; to fit
fe that
awaits them." Important phases
of this
which were enumerated by Mr.
n
; rams in the DP medi-
cal rehal ipment
of million of pounds of f->r>d sup-
and hundreds of I
of garments.
Luba Roy To Entertain
Beach Aged Auxiliary
1:30 p.m.
in the ''
Miami B
lent Mrs. Benjamin SI
will preside.
Lu' R nist, will
... ...

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Dorothy Thompi
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PPJDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948
Jwislifhrkteu)
PAGE SEVENTEEN
letters To The Editor
Dear Editor:
I read with consternation the
letter of Harry Simonhoff in the
Jewish Floridian of Feb. 6th, who
I hope, was expressing his own
opinion, to which he is entitled,
in regards to the Irgun Zvai
Leumi and the Stern Group and
their attempts to collect money
for their interests, in the United
States.
Being a very active member
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict and supporter of the Hagana,
I cannot help but protest very
strongly against the utterances of
tne so-called "old line Zionist
leaders" who believe that just
by virtue of being Zionists for
the last twenty-five, thirty, or
fifty years or so, they have the
right to monopolize the Jewish
scene here or in the Yishuv, and
not allow other groups, though
small, to have their expressions
of thought and action, regardless
0f how useful they may prove in
the struggle that we are facing
in the Yishuv today.
It isn't a question of several
armies in Palestine at all because
it is ;i matter of record that in
all the battles now being fought
in the Yishuv all the groups are
under ;> unified command. At this
crucial and serious moment in
the history of the Jewish people
to hive representative Zionists
come out publicly and assert that
these patriots who are making
the supreme sacrifice are "terror-
ists" or "gangs" is something that
befits the Bevins, the Atlees, the
Mufti and their cohorts. It must
definitely not emanate from our
own people, particularly from re-
sponsible community leaders.
As far as the Irgun Zvai Leumi
soliciting funds at Miami Beach,
I wish to state that after meet-
ing their leaders here and verify-
ing their credentials, I can see
notning wrong in their efforts to
contnet those people who out of
gieal admiration for their cour-
ageous deeds and actions against
such overwhelming odds wish to
contribute to this organization. It
can only add to the strength of
our defense in the Yishuv.
It is also important to note at
this time that the gentlemen
representing the Irgun Zvai
Leumi make a special point when
appealing for funds to bring out
the fact that they do not wish to
interfere with the great drive
now taking place for funds for
the Hagana, and that the fact
that the Irgun will stop acting as
a separate unit as soon as the
National Defense Army is estab-
lished by the Jewish State. Let
us not kid ourselvesat present
we only have the decision of the
United Nations giving us the op-
portunity to establish a Jewish
Stale. It may be a blessing to
nave militant groups in the Yis-
huv on the alert lest the Dr.
Wcitzmann group dare to appease
again)
I am confident that the rank
;:na file of the Hagana and Irgun
Par go forward together towards
the ultimate victory which is
ourv. if only the top leadership
in the Jewish Agency would give
everyone of the groups a chance
of participation and a voice of
expression in the building of the
Land of Israel.
I pray that through understand-
ing and unity among ourselves
the nations of the world will ful-
fill their promised support of the
UN. decision and the immediate
attainment of our goala free
and independent Jewish State.
Sincerely.
S. A. GOODMAN.
I
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Editor Jewish Floridian:
This letter is in reply to Harry
Simonhoff's attack on the mili-
tary organization of the I.-gun.
and their representatives who are
here collecting funds to help them
in their battle against the Mufti's
(Continued on Page 24)
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DELIVERY
Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
2-5790 Phones 2-5384
GREETINGS
TO ALL
ALTON RADIO
SHOP
1670 Alton Rd. Miami Beach
Phone 5-4512
Specializing in
RADIO PHONOGRAPHS
We Repair All Electric
Appliances
i'. i

TO ALL ... A HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD
Arlyn & Jackie
Tots to Teens
843 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-7841
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th Street
Best Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Avenue
261 E. Flagler Street
BEST WISHES
(rahain Keeling Corporation
CONTRACTORS
71 N. E. 21st Street Phone 9-6509
V
i|J
TO ALL .
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
John F. Allison
LANGFORD BLDG.
SEASON'S BEST
WISHES
Allied Industries
Corp.
LUMBER. MILLWORK
BUILDING SUPPLIES
2851 S. W. 31st Ave.
Phone 48-6639
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING-METAL
WORK
Gutters, Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
HI
GREETINGS
Aee-Saxon
i Cigarette Service
3898 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677
CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING
MACHINES
A Service Institution
GREETINGS
C. Iluntington Trowbridge Jr.
"15 Years in Yacht Insurance Exclusively"
PHONE 5-6642


1213 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
T
GREETINGS
I HAS. O.
HANNOCK
Engineer & Surveyor
1911 Dade County
Court House
PHONE 3-4431
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
BERKLEY LTD.. IXC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
"The Friendly Shops"
836 Lincoln Road 241 Coral Way
"WISHING TO*ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
535 NW 2^ Street 'Hone 33689
N. Maksymovich, Owner Office Phone 58-4468
GENERAL
WIMIOU CLEANING SERVICE
Stores, Hotels, Residences and Apartments
1784 West Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
E. II. HI BHH \ & ASSOCIATES
Realty Service Co.
1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING
Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754
i1
GREETINGS
S.ob Brother* Consiroetfon Co.
724 N. E. 88th St.
*TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
SMITH HAMILTON SHOP
;*.? r.BiNDiNG SERVICE
HESTAURANTS^HOTELS SPECIALTY^ ^
232 S. W. 2nd Ave.
tj_4
DOUGLAS LUMBER CO.
LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS
Phones 48-246548-9862
3775 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
Winter Resident* I Jwlah Children's Book
Surpass line-fifth
Of UJAGoal
With seme $40,000 of their
quota of $200,000 already raised,
workers in the winter residents
The division at its first func-
Jewish Appeal met at Federation
quarters last Tuesday (February
17) and undertook an intensive
solicitation of more than 200 pros-
pects.
The division at its ffirst func-
tion, a buffet supper held on Feb-
ruary 9 in the home of Jack Ab-
lin. U340 N. Bay Road, heard Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman of the I
Beach Jewish Center, tell of his,
recent tiip to Europe and P
tine.
Co-chairmen of the division are
Jack Ablin of Chicago; Jack Du-
binsky of St. Louis and David S.
Phillips of Minneapolis,
In a joint statement
members of the winter colony, the
division chairn en stated:
"Those of us from other com-
munities who a; i' fortunate
enough to spend our wintei
the beautiful state : Fl
that we have >n to
this community. With >ul
ing the prior ,
cities, we believe thai th<
majority of W I I tits of
this at ea sh uld and wil
Ute the:: I
to help make the I I
Jewish Appeal of G
a success."
Mrs. Fave Tupler
Broadcasts News
[n the absence of her daug t.
MissJeanetl lirectoroi
Jewish News Events Pro-
Fayc Tupler will
Monday
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY an m
Wins January Award
Jolly Jingles for the Jewish
Child, newest title In the B
man House list of booki
ed honors in the publishing field
when it was ch isen as a January
selection of the Trade Book Clinic
of the American Institute of
Graphic Arts. In a letter si
by Frank B. Myrick. Editor of
Book-binding and B k P luc-
tion, Behrman House w a in-
formed thai the award was "ar
;, bute to your ad-
herence to fine standards of hook geach Mizrachi Meets
Produ Mia


P t Dr. M. J. Sal
:
gram. Mrs
the news
S .day. 4 P-m.
WMBM ,
icsted mat
the public continue to submi
Miss Tupli '
A colorful book foi I
>1 child. Jo
II thi nd 1 tivals B
f the years. II
populi C '
Aronin. and illustrated b)
Lili C
Dr. Pace To Head
Optometric Association
Europe, v

less Brothi "A
. >\v.
Dr. Mason W P
has been i to succeed l1
R R B .;: ; !. Mian i B
South' I
Optomel :
n : to thi ch D
Ivisi d the D ictors
to I .
I .
elected
Dr. Sid F : Lau-
P The
Direc-
tors were i
Dr S. G. Schi
'.:
Dr.
M '.:
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Pan-American Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
Hollywood Aids ADL
B'nai B'nth lodge of Holly
sponsored its annual D
Dance at tin Spot
Hallandale, Sun la> nig it, Feb-
ruary 15th Al S hei .
.'.lined thi | Proc ted Secrel Dr. Pau
. J Archer H
tion w n to
the Hillel
Hospil t Den\ nd
other set vici ns. 'i!
Phone 5-2418
Alton I'liolo
Serviee
FRIENDLY SERVICE
JAY G. ROSS
1442 Alton Road Miami Beach
T
SEASON'S GREETINGS
William E. took
936 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
XEWMAX'S
SIGNS
"WE MADE SIGNS
BEFORE
WE COULD TALK"
332 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-1603
A MOST HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD
TO OUR MANY
CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
A HI K
s i: \ i o o i
M A It K i: T
723 N. W. 20th Street
GREETINGS
Mil. Ill ItK
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
InvestmentsCommercial
PROPERTIES
HOMESSALESRENTALS
7424 Collins Ave. Phone 6-2734
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
T
GREETINGS
T
N e w
V I O > I I It
II O T I L
151 N. E. First Street
MAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-5734
It M El ti: It's
Jewelrv Co., in<
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
GREETINGS
T
Ituss Seiferlh
PLUMBING HEATING
AND GAS
r, EFFICIENT
I RVICE
543 N. W. 7th Street
PHONE 9-1108
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR PATRONS
T
NICK'S Mill l L
ALIGlfOTG
2100 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 9-2828
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
POXY HAH
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
T
Mrs.
V.C. I'll M>llit
u
Dexter F
Phoi
VI MAX SHEET >li i \t
28N.W.^S^^eInAirM~--^^
mi 35, Fli
FOR THE BEST
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
R. B. THRALL TO i\t
330 Alhambra Circle "" ***
_______ Phone 48-8917
GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish
Friends
S. H. KRESS
C0.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
GREETINGS
T
HellH Llerlrie &
>eon Co.
COMPLETE NEON SERVICE
COLD CATHODE LIGHTING
626 N. W. 10th St. Ph. 9-4155
H. L. O'Brien, Prop.
?IoMN'S.GREETI**
T
LE LI \\ kiih|M
BEAUTY SAug
For &52S5J ining
mMStJSK*
GREETINGS
*
BECKS OARAGE
1132 15th Street
PHONE 5-1422
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
l.lll.mi ELECTRIC CO.
CONTRACTORS DEALERS
APPLIANCES RADIOS
3028 Grand Ave. Phone 4-0534
TICKETS
NOW ON SALE
FEATHERWEIGHT
CHAMPION
15 Rounds
"The Will of Hit Wisp"
WILLIE
PEP
NO. 1 CONTENDER
A VERSUS
Winner Over "Sandy" Saddler
HUMBERTO
SIERRA
PLUS 3 ALL-STAR 10-ROUND ATTRACTIONS
Heavyweights
"Olio" Tandberg vs. Walter Hafer
Sweden Washington, D. C.
Welterweights
Tony Falco vs. Tony Riccio
Middletown, Conn. Bayonne, N. J.
Welterweights
Ernie Forte vs. Ernie Pelaia
Providence Miami
FEBRUARY 24th
ORANGE BOWL
BUY YOUR TICKETS AT
University Ticket Office
340 S. E. First St.
Phone 2-2305
Washington Drug Store
244 Fifth StPh. 5-5000
Esquire Tobacco Shop
2028 Collins Ave.
Ph. 5-3417 Miami Beach
Taylor's Sport Shop
1810 Ponced. Leon Blvd.
Ph. 4-4912 Coral GoW*
McAllister Hotel
Rooms 640-41
Phone 2-6151
/ l*


JAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1948
9,Jenistfk>rid!iari
PAGE NINETEEN
jortsmen Aid
>cal Funds
heater Mi ">' "sPr* Cara-
.. 'this weekend will include
special i veils in behalf of
County Cancer Fund
the National Children's Car-
Home of Miami. Twenty-,,.,,
lihe most well-known of the
announcers and
'.'." will he here for
and umuse-
L, exhibition baseball game
Hi-con I Sp 'toaster's team
t-.,:l G liner's Flamingos
b(', held inn Flamingo park
I ncer Fund. Ten-
1 ients have been
E Yankee players
( participate in the
, p) Rosen is ex-
[.' Beach team.
: dinner to honor
I Babe) Ruth as
p irtsman of the
the program
day nil Presentation of a
(-plated plaque to the Babe
J | at the Beaeh-
tbor dui : the benefit affair
home.
blom Men's Club
Hear Simonhofi
[l ff, atl H ney who
Utly rel : ned from Palestine
, five weeks of in-
| md observation of
. will speak on
hat is H ippening in Pales-
Temple Beth
V Club meeting on
I 00 p.m., in the
An open discus-
will I How.
| S ilosko is President
I I Hub and Mr. S. A.
|r nan of its Pro-
C
GREETINGS
Lhholt Eleelrie
RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
V.' Repairs
us of All Kinds
13400 North Miami Avenue
PHONES: 3-62947-3082
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
pAKKS MEN'S
SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
GREETINGS
i
"^ Your Host
"HCOMSS YOU
TO THE 4
WlONAlMel
Diredly on Oceon
o+ 17'J: St.
1 *K~
tl
1 1 1 : : i 3 1 '- '. \ H iri 3] i' 1
OININ'i P00
COtlMH IMMI
MIVAU IIACH
,WIMM I M.
peot '
IARANAS
**<*
AZA Leads Services
Miami chapter No. 322 of AZA
conducted Friday night religious
services at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation last week,
with past president Murray
Shear and Martin Liebling deliv-
ering the principal addresses.
Services were prepared by
SUnny April, chaplain of the
group, with Ted Labow giving
the opening prayer and President
Richard Pallot. the closing prayer.
Palestine Reports
Miami Beaach Zionist District
is sponsoring a series of radio
programs over Station WKAT
every Thursday at 8:15 p.m.
called ''Palestine Reports."
Wolpert Elected
George Wolpert has been elec-
ted president of the Five Points
Improvement association, formed
to promote improvements in the
business neighborhood around
Coral Way and S.W. 12th ave., the
"five points" intersection.
State Issues CPA List
Five Greater Miamians were
among the 18 who passed the
November examination of the
Florida State Board of Account-
ancy, and qualified as certified
public accountants. There were
117 candidates.
Those passing from this vicin-
ity were: Chester D. Erwin, jr
1870 S.W. Fifth st. Miami; Mor-
timer Lasky, 433 N.E. 37th st..,
Miami; Abraham Resnek, 36
Montilla ave., Coral Gables; Ed-
ward S. Roth, Miami: and Wil-
liam R. Wright, 340 S.W. 27th id..
Miami.
COIIAL WAY
CLEANERS
Coral Gables
Dry Cleaning Dress Suits, Rugs
and Drapes. All Work On
Premises
Phone 4-1345 225 Coral Way
If You Are Going to Sell
Your Car
SEE US
For Highest Cash Dollar
Alfred Couric
745 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-1672
GREETINGS
PARAGON
PAINTS
"IT ANCHORS TO THE
SURFACE"
"For the Discriminating"
545 West Flaqler Street
PHONE 3-4743
SEASON'S GREETINGS
We Have a Supplv of
HOLIDAY CARDS
Skagseth
Stationery Co.
53 N. E. First'street
1452 Washington Avenue
a?
IIOYAL HAKIM.
COMPANY
EXTENDS
GREETINGS
TO ITS FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
SEASONS GREETINGS
L0RA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
We Wish to Extend
GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
iy
Km mot A. Drolet
545 N. W. 54th Street
Phone 78-2346
METAL WINDOWS
Barcol Overhead Garage Doors
Frantz Single Section
Marine Plywood Garage
Doors. S82.50
Steel Residential Windows
Complete Stock
Guaranty Title &
Abstract Corp.
50 West Flagler Street
GREETINGS
HAVANA
VIA PLANE $30 Plu*
Round Trip .............. Tax
VIA SS. FLORIDA- ~.n Plus
Round Trip .............. Tax
TOURS
from $45 plus tax
Apgar Travel
Agency
100 Biscayne *Blvd.
Phone 9-5386
A Most Happy Brotherhood
To All
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
Have Adelberg
"Licensed Gunsmith"
Phone 2-4530
46 N.W. 1st St. Miami
T
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
II. D.JACOBY
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
"Established in Miami Since 1925"
2250 Coral Way Phone 4-1828
I II i: A L IKO X \\ O IK K S
H. L. HAMM, Proprietor
On the Job------Portable EquipmentExpert Welding
Broken Parts Made Strong As NewGeneral Repairs
"ALL KINDS OF STEEL FABRICATION"
1755 North Miami Avenue Phone 9-2501
GREETINGS
HOItllllO Kit AMIS. INC.
HOROWITZ BROTHERS
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
"The Best Corned Beef Sandwiches in Miami"
Charles Market View Restaurant
Good Home Cooking "The Best for Less"
2195 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone 2-8936
Open 24 Hrs. Except Sat., Closed 5 P.M.Open Sunday 9 P.M.
PALLAS
The Most Unique
Restaurant In
Cosmopolitan Miami
ATHENA
Open Daily from
11:30 A.M. io 1 A.M.
224 W. Flagler St.
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
tMineral Contractors
Now Located 1827 Purdy Ave.
Phone 58-3133
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
from JACK FISIIMAN. President
GREETINGS
llramlett Equipment & Supply Co,
Incorporated
800 N. E. First Ave. Miami l!*2^55ll,
Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs
$
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
FLORIDA CARTAGE CO.
TRANSFER and EXPRESS
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MB. ami MRS. JOE SIIEHMAX
BLACKSTONE RESTAURANT and CAFE
2186 N. W. Seventh Avenue
RAKER'S STOKE
EXTENDS GREETINGS
A MIAMI INSTITUTION
W. ln.it. Your Ch.rg. Account ^ ^
137-43 N. Miami Artnue
400 S.W. First Avenue
Phone 3-3217
BEST WISHES TO ALL
JOSEPH LANGNER, INC.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
-


vJeHitliricridHan
""DAY. FgRUARW
UUUgC riWOI%UMV ..... an> of doWtrodden Euro n<,0 deci,on of ho Assembly and tho_actu^J^J
effor
The Rabbinical Aviation ot .G^^ta* g
rt to clarify the confuswnc^ed in; 'aim;immu,lv
the American Counol for Juda^, nw ^
approved the 8^XVmeriS?jM Committee.
Jewish Committee n ;im ; -;.,- hik)S0.
be a clear Btatement oi what l 0l';lN,I
confusion, that Uu ^!;' "n ^,.1' as Amer-
possibleinconsiste, en our oD
[cans and as Jews, i nerei: no .u political
ago our committee stated The .
identification of J< ... Thl,si, ,,
ever government may there J(JW
leShvi ttitud
m
suffering reman, ^^nlSmng^^we em-
which >'earns : The done wS in any degree
aCtiBu?fw^ StTnSn^ruW
ment for its i "g m nMMViy decide a dis-
d Nations AfejLjt prescribed a course ot
pute between two ieo partition was a
international conduct; it decree* tnwjw Th(> worId
/"diorlf Tne responsible Jews In
gJJg of aggression, or
,1 group is acting
... rroUD is disavowal.
hS'Veadersh pg asks for nothing
1 ffhP Assembly of the United
3res policing.ol
Natioi nce that has there been in-
Hitler- f palatine but to
'11
It < saawsaart
ted as a scrap ol paper._________________
crucial interim beta
, and the actual withdr
the British, order must be maintained in paw?
is not being maintained. Merely to place an ?"
on the importation of munitions into Palestine V11
the Mufti can draw arms from other Arab sut I
certainly not tend to produce that order. HattSS
force in Palestine which must be sharply dj3SS,l
from the terrorists. It is a band of Jewish Z3
women claiming no objective other than the SL
f their lives, their hearths and their homes Th7
duct of the Arabs in Palestine is a threat to inLL
tional peace and we should ask of our GovemSfl
that they support a policy that, through the UnSI
Nations, those who are defending the decision of SI
Nations, more wnu United Nations be given the means with which to Lwl
their defense effective. """"H
i pro-Jewish position. This J
nd a pro-United Natinnc .l'I
This is not merely a
pro-American position a
ion and a pro-United Nations cl
tion. Nor must we forget our ultimate. That is inXl
words of Dr. Weizmann, a state where Arabs'dowl
dominate Jews and Jews do not dominate Arabs. Thml
is a great basis of good-will between right-ihinlSI
Arabs and right-thinking Jews in Palestine upon 59
the structure of two such states can be built.
TUic etnlrmnnl T Holi*vr nicne t ,*.]. ...i .. I
every
Siruciuri* in iwu mh ii m.iu> L-un ue oum.
This statement, I believe, raises a standard to whkj
v right-thinking American, Jew or Christian wl
ting American, Jew or Christian,
cm.v ..*."-.......ting supporter of the United Nad;
can with confidence and high hope adhere.
(signed) JOSEPH M. PROSKAUER,
President The American Jewish
Committee.
New York, January 19. 1949.
SEASONS GREETINGS
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, Inc.
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
_ ANNUAL DIVIDENDS ^ ^
Ingraham Building ____| t | ,....... -----_____
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
a i: x A N :
FOR THE BEST IN FURS"
., i d-,j Miami Beach
716 Lincoln Road
47 West 57th St. New York City
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL

Nathan Slr:uiK-Hii|Ktrqnl. *
Furniture Equipment Supplies
Hotel Restaurants Institutions Clubs
Miami Branch: 1100 N.E. SECOND AVE.. MIAMI 18. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-0861
Sports Events
In Full Swing
The 13th annual Metropolitan
$15,000 Fishing tourna-
..-.-.,. vent 'hat
00 to 300.000
. n rod end reel
luring its
hedule, and is now re-
: .1 number of t/.-
n f nr d!< tr ill'ng
ting, and fly-
well as from
ppi ived wal I Cat Cay
:. in the Bahamas, will
bow t i a new national honor dur-
ing till' i r.
: the angl ts an
the w irld': oldest i id and reel
itivi ;. e'ition,
is just the second
: registration period
through April 18
All mplete foi the
exti nsive in I
'.:. : I
on next weekend, Feb. 21 and 22
at Miami's famed Orange Bowl
im. It is a three pn
ired by the Mi-
. S res Optimist Club foi
[the benefit of their Boy's club
I years has
ted national attention.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
PINTO
COMPLETE FUR SERVICE
Open All YearRefrigerated Vaults
FOR BONDED MESSENGERCALL 5-7066
1642 EUCLID AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Refrigerated Vaults 1161 N. W. 36th St
V
- pf* >*%J *'
\
m

/!
This man is earning
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
TO ALL .
To Our Many Friends
We Wish
A Most Happy Brotherhood
Electrix Appliance
Repair Shop
2761 S. W. 27th Avenue
JOHN K. POIl I I.
MIAMI BEACH
MAY THE BROTHERHOOD BRING
PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
T
.1. M 1 I. O \ I
PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI Id U II
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
Up-to-Date Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
GREETINGS
BARNES CAST STONE
SHOP
262 N. E. 54th St.
7-0314
ON HIS CHASE FEDERAL
INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Youi idle money will earn 2"i at Chaw
Federal while you enjoy the sun Chase
Federal pays 2". per annum current
dividend! on inaured savings accounts.
Accounts opened on or before the 10th of
the month earn as ol the first of the month
Chase Federal Savings Accounts are legal
investments for trust funds, including
funds held by guardians, administrators,
and executors
Whether your Savings Account is large or
small, it will receive the most competent
service in a friendly atmosphere
GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
12303 N. E. 6th Ave.
Congress Building
PHONE 25254
greetings"
For the
BROTHERHOOD SEASON
IDA AUGUST
STUDIOS
mrnap.e"es Upholstering
J230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024
I
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(kseWml
SAVINOS AND LOAN
ftovtcfl OvM 1"
1111 UNCOIN 0*t> ONI-MAl
MIAMI I I C H
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Washington Quiz
Test your knowledge about the
"SSiute W compiled for
[ Jnogram department of the
th. nnl Jewish Welfare Board's
Na" h Cen or Division by Bei-
l*w,sl UH was designed
connection with
Birthday pro-
nard Postal- It
for use in
iantonjewteh Community
Scrs and YM-YWHAs af-
Sted with JWB.-The Editor.
a How many Jews served in
*rge Washington's Revolution-
^"ouTof a total Jewish pop-
lftion of 3.000, more than 500
erved as soldiers and milfia men,
eluding 35 officers
0 What Jewish patriot s name
Js cleared of false charges thru
|,he efforts of Washington?
Col, David S. Franks, a
jer of the staff of General
Ktticdict Arnold, who was per-
Lnally cleared by Washington of
baseless charges of implication in
lArnold's treason.
| q. With what Jews was
Washington associated in the real
[estate business?
The Gratzes, Aaron Levy,
Joseph Simon and David Franks
Lho were associated wi'h Wash-
ington Franklin and Robert Mor-
ris m the Illinois and Wabash
ICo.
Q Did any Jews serve on
Washington's personal staff dux-
ling the Revolution?
A. Manuel M. Noah of South
ICarolina. Benjamin Nones, a
IFrench Jew, and Captain Jacob
|de la Motta.
The dedication exercises of
Iwhat svnagogue included a pray-
er for the safety of Gen. Wash-
ington?
A. Mikveh Israel Synagogue,
Iphiladelphia^in 1782, the prayer
I nvoked by Rabbi Gershom
M. Seixas.
Q. In the homes of what Jews
did Washington live at various
times in his career?
A. Isaac Franks in whose
Philadelphia home Washington
stayed in 1793 when the govern-
ment moved to that city; Michael
Hart, Easton, Pa., and Moses
Isaacs of Newport, R. I.
Q. At what Jewish wedding
was Washington a guest and re-
putedly a witness?
A. The wedding of Manuel M.
Noah, of South Carolina, the
father of the more celebrated
Mordecai M. Noah, editor and
diplomat.
Q. What rabbi was among the
16 clergymen who officiated at
Washington's first inauguration
as President?
A. Rabbi Gershom Mendez
Seixas, rabbi of Congregation
Shcarith Israel, New York, then
the only synagogue in New York.
Q. What official communica-
tion did Washington have with
the Jewish community of his day?
A.. He wrote letters to the six
Jewish congregations in exist-
ence at the time of his election
to the presidency.
Q. What community reception
to Washington was planned in a
synagogue?
A. The Newport Synagogue
was the scene of the community
meeting that planned welcome to
Washington in 1790.
Q. What was the ony syna-
gogue visited by Washington?
A. The Hebrew Congregation of
Newport, R. I., was visited by
Washington in 1790 during his
tour of the country.
Q. What synagogue associated
with Washington has been made
a national religious shrine by the
U. S. Government?
A. The Newport. R. I., syna-
gogue, known as the Touro Syna-
gogue.
Q. The Jewish Community
Center in what city is part of a
synagogue associated with Wash-
ington?
A. The Jewish Community
Center of Newport, R. I. which is
part of the Touro Synagogue.
Q. What is the origin of the
phrase, "To Bigotry No Sanc-
tion?"
A. It is from the letter Wash-
ington wrote to the Newport Con-
gregation in 1790.
Q. On what three notable oc-
casions did Washington war
against religious bigotry.
A. In 1775 when he condemned
a threatened anti-Catholic dem-
onstration in the American army;
in 1785 when he fought in favor
of Virginia's religious liberty bill;
in 1787 during the Constitutional
Convention when he opposed a
religious test in the Constitution.

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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
OFF THE RECORD
SPOTLIGHT ON A PLOT .
Watch for a new Arab move to paralyze action by the Se-
curity Council ... It will be in the nature of a repitition of the
unsuccessful "concilation" ruse they tried to pull before the
final partition vote was taken by the General Assembly ... A
Washington official who has recently returned horn an eco-
nomic mission to Europe and the Near East told us that when
the Arabs submit their "conciliation" bid one of the Security
Council members will threaten to use the veto, if the Arab
gesture is not taken under consideration The move will be
preceded by an Arab announcement of willingness to tem-
porarily stop the fighting in Palestine The conciliation bomb
will coincide with a British announcement which Washington
sources will immediately call a new development worthy of
further study This will be followed by a campaign by the
domestic and foreign anti-partitionists to the effect that a delay
under those circumstances would not prejudice the Jewish
position Simultaneously high brass hats will announce
that progress was being made in our oil negotiations with the
Arabs and that nothing must be done to disturb the negotia-
tions The plot has a double purpose ... To delay im-
plementation of partition until our election is over ... To post-
pone action by the Council until the next meeting of the Gen-
eral Assembly when, the plotters hope, they can muster enough
votes for a reversal of policy by the international organization
. We unhesitatingly predict the plot will fail Not only
because it will be exposed but primarily because the Yishuv has
ideas of its own .
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS .
There is a definite silver lining in the still clouded Palestine
situation The firm leaction of the Palestine Commission to
the Arab war threat marked a turn of great importance The
"five lonely pilgrims," as chairman Karel Lisicky called the
five-nation commission, may not be so lonely when they make
their pilgrimage to Palestine Though nothing has been said
for publication so far, this writer has it on unimpeachable au-
thority that indignation ran high at a recent informal gathering
of Security Council members Truman's announcement that
the U.S. was backing the UN decision and whatever action
may be taken towards enforcement was the first encouraging
bit of news to come from the White House in a long time .
Zionists were pleased by the statement despite the fact that Mr.
Truman failed to say what instructions were given to our
delegation to the UN Lake Success sources intimated last
week that hrm UN action would not be forthcoming unless the
U.S. showed its hand as unmistakeably as when the issue
arose before the Assembly Marshall's assertion that the
U.S. supports the procedure conseguent to the UN decision and
Forrestal s denial that he was opposed to the Administration's
support of partition may well break the back of the anti-parti-
tion drive The-wind thus has been taken from the sails of
the military and oil cliques .
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK .
One fact is emerging clearly ... The U.S. will keep its
partition_ commitment ... The gloomy atmosphere which pre-
vailed the las! few weeks is quickly evaporating ... Our only
danger is a aefeatist attitude ... If Zionist leaders retain self-
control our enemies will lose the war of nerves Zionist lead-
ership m America proved its mettle in the past Emanuel
Neumann was quite right when he recently declared it was ,00
premature to think in terms of redelming the functions of the
Zionist Organization of America ... The year 1948, as we pre-
dicted weeks ago, will see the emergence of the Jewish slate
. There will be intrigues, obstacles and bloodshed ... But
al obstacles will be overcome ... If there should be a UN
military force, opposition to a Russian token force will be great-
ly duced if Russia promises no. .0 move its troops via land
ant date On or before that date the UN commission will
have to appoint the provisional council of government for the
\7tP S,DleH 7 ThiS W,U "/ Q d6C1S1Ve S,eP When, on May
15, the mandate is surrendered Tel Aviv will automatically be
available as a port .0 the UN commission and the Jewish aov
ernment After May 15. British authority w.ll be maintained
only in those parts of Palestine where British troops have not
yet been evacuated There are no British troops at presen
m Tel Aviv With the surrender of the mandate 1
authority exercised hv th RriticV, ; t~i r._:. ... '^ai
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1948
+Jewisti tkrUKbt)
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Beach Y Announces
Program Additions
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Miami Beach YM & WHA, today
announced the appointment of
Hernun Fried as music specialist
tor the new YM & WHA, along
With his report of new "Y"
projects,
Mr. Fried, a graduate of New
York University where he maj-
ored in music, also attended
Yeshiva College. He has had a
great deal of experience in the
music field and since his release
from the Army has been associ-
ated with several of the religious
institutions in Miami Beach in
their music departments. At pre-
sent fried is associated with Tem-
pi-; Beth Sholom.
Formation of a teen age coun-
cil composed of various teen age
groups en Miami Beach was also
announced by Weinkle. Tempor-
ary officers elected until the
formation of a permanent organ-
ization, include Bob Summer-
stein, president; Leila Gross, vice
president* Card Solomon, secre-
tary; Shirley Neilinger, treasur-
er; and Sybil Rosenbaum, parlia-
mentarian. Purpose of the Council
will be to omrdinate the efforts
of ;,11 teen age groups to avoid
duplication and to organize ac-
tivities for the united efforts of
a number of organizations. Bud
Cutler is adv:sor.
Other activities initiated at
the "Y" recently are Men's
Recreation Club, Tuesday at 8
p.m.; At Group, Thursday at
7:30 p.m.: Crafts Group, Feb-
ruary 16th at 8 p.m.; Discussion
Group, Feb. 15th at 8 p.m. The
Arts and Crafts group started for
the youneer folks will continue
every Wednesday and Friday
afternoon from 3:30 to 5:20 "fr-m.
The "Y" is to be open every
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Phone 3-5433P. O. Box 1790
Miami 10, Florida
International Motor Trucks
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Farm Machinery
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1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5197
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BATTERIES
Hi-Volt Battery
Mfg.
1731 W. Flagler St.
Phone 9-9852
C M. SMITH, Owner
Mental Health Society
To Hear Executives
A general meeting of the Ment-
al Health Society of Southeastern
Florida was held Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p.m. in the School
Board building auditorium, 275
N.W. 2nd St. Dr. Herman Selin-
sky, Miami psychiatrist, and Miss
Frances Hartshorne, executive
secretary for the Connecticut So-
ciety for Mental Hygiene, are to
be principal speakers.
Dr. Selinsky, a member of the
board of directors and of the
medical advisory committee for
the society, is a native of New
York where he was chief of the
clinic of Mt. Sinai hospital. He
served three and one-half years
in the army as a Lt. colonel dur-
ing which time he was in charge
of Wakeman hospital center at
Camp Atterbury, Indiana, the
largest neurosis center in the
country
Miss Hartshorne, teacher and
psychiatric social worker, helped
to organize a neuropsychiatric
clinic for returning service men
during World War I, and organ-
ized the first department of Social
Service in the Philadelphia hos-
pital for Mental Diseases. She
has been instrumental in secur-
ing a great deal of governmental
aid in Connecticut. The New
Haven visitor has among her ex-
periences three years in China
with the Peking Union Medical
college and the Peking American
school.
Charles Winkelmann
Legislative Candidate
Charles A. Winkelmann filed
recently for the State Legisla-
ture from Dade County, on the
Republican ticket.
A native of Cuba, Missouri,
Winkelmann received his educa-
tion in the public schools of that
city. Mr. Winkelmann came to
Miami in 1925 and has been en-
gaged in the manufacture of cor-
rugated boxes, cartons, crates and
baskets.
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i[i
day except Friday evening and
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
and is now developing a comnlete
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
Letters to the Editor
(Continued from Page 17)
Marauding Arabs on one hand,
and the provocative British In-
stigators and Murderers who are
determined to wipe out the Yis-
huv in an orgy of blood.
What a short memory Mr. &i-
monhoff has. It was only a year
ago that all the Zionist organ-
izations haves staged a mam-
mouth protest meeting in Flam-
ingo Park and euologized the
saunted memory of Dov Gruner
and his comrades (members of
the Irgun) who offered their lives
for the cause of independence ol
the Yishuv. And we lauded the
military actions of the Irgun
against the British oppressor,
who in desperation and tried of
the continual guerilla tactics.
threw the issue of the fate of the
Yishuv into the laps of the U..
Assembly. .%._#
How lightly Mr. Simonhoff
shrugs off the Irgun accomplisn-
ments with the comment that
thev are a nuisance. The Hagana
sensing the seriousness of the
crisis of the present situation in
Eretz Israel, have sought an
agreement with the Irgun to co-
operate in the defense of the
Yisuv Unfortunately, due to
pettv personal and political I
sons' of those individuals
have hampered the amalgi
tions of these tw -: Ildld mih"
tarv forces, the Irgun is com-
peted to carry on its militarj
crations as it did before, and
financial aid hen in the U.S.
In this critical hour, when the
fate of the Yishuv hangs in th<
balance. Let us not creal
si nti in in our own rank.- L
not divide in two camp
dition that would Rive aid and
comfort I '
Living in i
try, let us '.' '
ance. by den;.
t the 1 ml
of the story. .So

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the exception of 1
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who has accorded them a cordia
welcome to the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue). Let us not forget, that
members of the Irgun^ are our
Jewish sons and daughters, with
a zeal for patriotism, who have
sacrificed their lives and will con-
tinue to fight and defend the
Yishuv with their lives, and all
they ask of you are the means
to buy the weapons of freedoms.
Support both the Haganah and
the Irgun.
Sincerely,
HYMEN SOOTIN.
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERNAnd methinks it con-
, all CONSCIOUS Jews ol
this community:
Jews all over prid
on then- acts of charity and well
may they be proud Not
thi
:ty been felt, but here also in
these United SI
Not onlv have >ui :1 ";
alone, take the Hillel
Foundation, for instance, the
H imes : i the Aged, I'-
ll ime, and numerous other acts
of Jewish kindness which
been spons pported by
the Jewish communitii
-., ver, sometimes in
eagi mess to be par: f I
named pr 5, we verl
very important factor w
. we heai ab ut it, we
I with a av(
hand. : suggest outlet
oi the p
ent is employed in order to main
tain his or her family, as tin
mS be. Children school
Secan be placed in a nursery
iytimeif
can afford to pay, when um
But wl the school-age child
_wh. i ;ui "':'.!
, he do wlun school is out.
, that the child is
ntinued on Page 261
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* Jewish fhridiair)
SILLY LADY IN A FIRE
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
By ALFRED SEGAL
It seems to me that the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism (anti-
Zionist) is determined to maKc
a nuisance of itself. When it
started out a number of years
Ln it had a cause that appealed
tn a great many American Jews
,ho felt that the propaganda of
Itehood Zionists was embarras-
L them as people who were
"L citizens of the U.S. and
who abhorred any suggestion of
anv other allegiance. But now
the American Council for Juda-
m ,-eniinds me of a certain silly
woman whose house was afire. It
was a large apartment house and
the flames were lapping at some
of the other windows around the
building-
The absurd woman was worried
as to how she would look to the
neighbors when she emerged into
the street without her make-up
on. She stopped to fix her hair,
to paint her lips, to look after
the symmetry of her eye-brows,
to put on one of her best dresses.
(I remember this woman well
from my cubhood days on the
daily paper. She made a story
that had the whole town laugh-
ing.)
The American Council for
Judaism is worried about Pales-
tine in the same way. Young
people are dying in Palestine for
what is as fine as the cause of
the men who laid down their
lives in the war for American in-
dependence or as the cause of
the young Irishmen in the strug-
gle of Ireland. A short while ago
they were little kids playing, and
now, by no compulsion but of
their own consciences, they are
giving their last full measure for
an idea they believe in. Their
house has been set afire, you
might say, and they perish in
their purpose to save it.
It's not only their house. In
the world as it is today, the
world is an enormous apartment
house and every nation is a ten-
ant in the community. It is one
house. Understanding people
know that they are not apart
from a fire in the house, in what-
ever part of the house, whether
in Palestine, India or Greece. It's
their fire, too, for it's in their
house.
But the American Council for
Judaism, like the silly woman,
worries how American Jews will
look in the Palestine fire. What
will the neighbors think to see
American Jews being helpful to
a Jewish state in its travail.
They may think that Jews in
America aren't really Americans.
Amid the fire the American
Council for Judaism goes to great
pains to inform the world that
it has only the single allegiance
to America. The idea seems to
be that as to Palestine American
Jews can have only as remote,
though not unfriendly, interest,
as to any foreign country.
I am not a Zionist either. I
would much rather sec a bi-na-
tional state in Palestine (Jews
and Arabs working together in
one state). I was not in favor of
an exclusive Jewish state in Pal-
estine when the world had al-
ready too many nationalisms to
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be safely endured. I was afraid
that a Jewish state in Palestine
might make my own position as
an American ambiguous, if not
insecure. But I am not going to
make a fuss at a tragic fire. I
can't be thinking of my own wel-
fare at a moment when people-
people who are related to me,
mind youare laying down their
lives for the idea of a Palestine
state that shall be a homeland
for many of the homeless. I'd be
a heel to say, "Consider how all
this embarrasses me!" No! I
shouldn't be thinking how I will
look to my neighbors if I take
up the cause of these young, to
whom an ideal is more precious
than their own lives.
I am not a cad who, amid a
great tragedy, gives thought to
the way I look in the holocaust.
So I was glad to hear Judge
Proskauer (he's the president of
the American Jewish Committee
and no Zionist, I believe) speak-
ing toward the same direction. He
had said: "We are told by the
anti-Semites, through malice, and
by some small section of Ameri-
can Jewry, through confusion,
that this partition (of Palestine)
has created a problem of possi-
ble inconsistency between our
obligations as Americans and
Jews. There is no such problem.
Five years ago our committee
said: 'There can be no political
identification of Jews outside of
Palestine with whatever govern-
ment may be established in Pal-
estine'."
Yet Judge Proskauer could also
speak in favor of the repeal of
the arms embargo in order that
Jews in Palestine may have
means of defense; in favor of a
UN force to keep order in Pales-
tine "This is not merely a
pro-Jewish position," he said.
"This is a pro-American position
and a pro-United Nations posi-
tion."
For the sake of its self-respect.
I suggest that the American
Council for Judaism disband for
the duration of the crisis, or that,
anyway, it take up a new line.
It calls itself a council FOR
Judaism but so far it has done
nothing at all for Jewish religion,
if interest in Jewish religion is
what it means when it says it is
FOR Judaism. I agree with it
that being a Jew is a religious,
not national or political, identity.
May I suggest that the American
Council for Judaism make a new
startFOR Judaismtoward a
revival of Judaism?
A Judaism, that is, which is
dynamic, not just an obligation
of paying dues to a synagogue.
A Judaism that will convert Jews
to a flaming devotion to Jewish
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Jews that the success of a Jew
is not to be elected to one of the
better Jewish country clubs (or to
get into one of the better hotels)
but to be a courageous bearer of
social and spiritual light that is
in Judaism.
If it takes up these things the
American Council for Judaism
will really be for something, in
accordance with its name, and
will be much more respected
than it is now when it is like the
silly woman in the fire. It will
find a most helpful ally in the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, which is not motivated
by fears but is courageously de-
dicated to help American Jews
make a fruitful spiritual life of
being Jewish.
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*Jelst>nerMto'1
FRIDAY, Februarys
Letters to the Editor
(Continued from Page 24)
left free to run wild, gets into
trouble and before long, becomes
a juvenile delinquet. He doesn't
mean to be bad and get into
trouble, but because he has no
sense of security, no one to dis-
cipline him. he acquires and de-
velopes a defiant manner, simply
to cover up his true feelings, the
feeling of not being loved and
the feeling of insecurity.
We have no foster homes to
provide for these children and
which they desperately need. Our
\ : ious organizations are not
equipped to handle such
and the parent, seeking aid. is
sent from one to another, until
either through desperation or
sheer disgust, gives up and
the chance that his or her child
will not fall into temptation and
will avoid becoming a "delin-
quent." or else the parent turns
to other ways to help solve the
problem.
Take the case of L. N. lor ex-
ample. Hero is a father left with
two children, one. aged 6. the
other aged 10. The father works
all day. earning very little, yet
doing everything in his power to
hildren. Sinci
school age, they are li
I. Tiie re-
sults were very
nd the :. that they
ap-:
1 to tho
some (
for tanci in
the children in a l
blish-

o and bo d
:ly. He was sent I n one \
int
,-ithoul
i
older child in
with G(
Is. The C
charge oi
the father what lie had to pay.
lie asked him if he could
to pay anything a:.

his o!i.'.. is al-
The tath
these children is paying a total
of approximately $20 00 per week
for the care of both children.
Hands will probably bo i
in horror at tho disgrace of Jew-
ish children being brought up
in Gentile homes. Perhaps it i>
a disgrace, but tit- J
not on the parent but on the
Jewish co nmunity for permitting
sucn a s'tuation to exi
Thr is not an
isolated one. there are othi I
am merely listing this i
example. I have spoken t
ations and in I < i Is con-
this condition and the
answer has alv. ;
tinued to Page :;->
Council Of Jewish
Women Urge U.S.
To Take Initiative
United States initiative, th
its n on the U
the partition of Pah tim
urged upon President Truman to-
day by Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, of
Di t. lent of thi Nat
Coun .: wish Worn. n.
United States representatives
in the Security Council, il W
Mrs Wi It,
A: ,':
I
and impose sanctions
v the
:.- Cl
The United States should in-
Mrs. Welt d
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authority in Palestine, must main-
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spirit of the General Assembly
de< ..-am.
The Jewish defense forces in
Palestine should bo equipped in
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1948
Casualty List
In Palestine
Exceeds 1,000
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Fight-
ing jn all sections of Palestine.
particularly in the north, con-
tinued this week, pushing the
figures i>n the number of killed
and wounded steadily upwards.
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Palestine since the U.N.'s No-
vember 29 decision on partition
has icached 1,071.
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following a pitched battle be-
tween British troops and an In-
vading party of Arabs from Syria.
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indicate that Fawzi el Kaukaji,
Arab guerrilla leader, will arrive
in Palestine shortly at the head
oJ 1.000 Arab fighters.
The 38 Jews were arrested near
Metullah and the colony of Aye-
loth Hashahar. It was revealed
that at least 12 Arabs, and possi-
bly more, were killed in the
Syrian frontier engagement and
that six prisoners, including a
German and a Syrian army ser-
geant, were taken by the British.
Tin- German is said to have been
gated for questioning. A con-
tinuous curfew has been pro-
d in Tiberias, the northern
of Palestine which is close
to Syria.
The British Army in Palestine
has topped the sale to Jews of
surplus stocks of barbed wire
and other defensive equipment,
tile Jewish Agency disclosed. The
i are also withholding the
delivery of the last of 21 Auster
training planes sold to Jews re-
cently, although the crafts have
been paid for, the Jewish Agency
stated.
In line with this new restrictive
policy effecting the Jewish do-
lense in the Mandate was the
British Army's refusal last week
of an escort, as previously agreed,
foi .. supply convoy to the Kfar
Etzion settlement. Part of the
the first since the big
attack on Kfar Etzion last
monthdid not go because the
contained barbed wire,
i ted iron and cement.
items, the British Army
ruled, were "military stores" and
lingly could not be per-
l to go to the settlement. .
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Yahrzeit?
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oven the deceased who go to the
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DON'T POISON YOURSELF
By DR. HENRY SEIDEL CANBY
U is curious ha. most wonhy people who have been <
have
not used one
proved to be
tacking racial prejudice in this country
argument which history has 3^l pejud.ce, hi.
true. They think only of the victim of racial pre,
. ... ii.______ n* thP riamaae done to his aigniiy
and the damage
as a
ferings, his wrongs,
man. They forget what happens
psychologically to the prejudiced
man or woman.
The abolitionists before the
Civil War were equally narrow
sighted. They talked only of the
harm done to the Negro by slav-
ery. They said little or nothing
of the moral damage to the white
man who owned him. It was easy
for the South to point out
the Negro
better off than
had been i
and that free
might prove
What may
est curse o- -
mentioned in the North, although |
enlightened Southern leaders had
been aware of it for a century.
It was the subtle corruption of
the owners of slaves by irr
sponsible hands over human
9 it was the cheap superiority
of the poor white, who had been
ruined by slavery, and had only
his hate and contempt foi an
oppressed race to keep up his
self-respect. For there is no snake
in the breast more danger
the man who carries it, than un-
ning hate and nursed
It is the most poisonous
tor failure
vJeHisl-rkridTton
tfftS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1940
warping the
the minds
.f tens
5 Stl
been poisoned.
not guess th'"
mething upon
religion and psy-
only '
mind,
tempt.
come
himself He has
though he ma
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chology all ag
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FOXMAN
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Small's Bench & Sport swear
2215-25 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
Scott Motor & Salvage Company
2320 N. W. 54th STREET
PHONE 78-2702
Arab Delegation
Arrives In Havana
HAVANA. (JTA)-A delega-
tion from the Palestine Arab
Higher Committee told a press
Conference this week that it had
t0 Cuba to thank the Cuban
people for voting against the Pai-
. plan at the Last
UN General Assembly ses
,n is touring Latin
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
Dixie Farms Butter ******&
804 1st St. Phone 5-"66
MIAMI BEACH
The
against
propagandi
the "Jewish invasion of Pales-
tine"_______
SEASON'S GREETINGS
mVEGETABLES
% ITAMINS
w ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph.3-8795
GREETINGS
SUPER LAINRROMAT
SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
40 WESTINGHOUSE MACHINES
1529 S. W. 8th St. Pho 9-95*5
T
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
li!
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
TIP TOP GROCERY STORES
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
27 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 2-8194
1301 West Flagler Street Phone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-6276
2425 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4 4461
G R
G S
E E T I N
ON THE
BROTHERHOOD
T
Kassln's
Linen Shops
657 Lincoln Road
104 E. Flagler Street
Raymond Abe Morris
Mil I IS SUPER MARKET
"Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-5/44
a
BOATS FOR HIRE FISHING SIGHTSEEING
BaitTackleRefreshments
Also Ocean Bottom Fishing
YACHT "NORMA-LOU"
ALTON
210 Alton Road
ROAT COMPANY
Phone 58-9925
*
GREETINGS
T
The Best the Market Affords
at Reasonable Prices
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
ROGERS FORCE
HAND WROUGHT IRON, BRONZE. ETC
1456 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone HVI
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
METAL
ENGINEERING
AND
PRODUCTS
PHONE 3-2911
25 N. E. 17th Terrace
Minim's Nursery
3801 N. W. 36th Ave. 8-1797
Citrus and Tropical
FRUIT TREES
Ornamental Shade Trees
and Shrubbery
T
Manufacturing and Food Processing
R. II. HAMMOND CO.
Distributor! of Dixie-Lily and Quigg fwf
Water Ground Meal Grits Beam r
Syrup and Rice
Mills in Georgia and Florida
Dependable Freih
Phone 88-2033
Hialeah, Florid*
1300 10th Court
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 545, Hialeah, Florid
GREETINGS TO ALL
A rlhii r Murray Dance Studio
1415 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To Our Friend* and Patron*

R1 LA NEYS
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441
GREETINGS
DIXIE HOME
IMPROVEMENT CO.
ROOFING. ASBESTOS SIDING
INSULATION
1016 N. Miami Ave.
Phon 2-32163-7583


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1948
Brotherhood Signifies Golden Rule
By DR. ANDREW W. GOTTSCHALL
Florida Director of the National Conference of Christians
and Jews
Brotherhoodgiving to all other men, regardless of race,
creed or national origin, the same rights and dignities that I
want for myself. .
Brotherhoodin the words of George Washington means
"to bigotry no sanction." It means loving my neighbor as my-
self. It means doing to others as*
I would have them do unto me.
It means that if I say I love God
whom I have not seen and at
the same time hate my brother
whom I have seen that I a"m a
liar and have no part in the un-
folding programs and achieve-
ments of God's kingdom on the
earth.
Brotherhood is more than an
achievement through the pro-
cesses of social education. It
rises above the requirements of
the best in democracy. Equality
, the law, equality of op-
portunity, freedom to the best -------.....-------- ...., .^
sources of education,' the right j sink deep down into all our hearts
a job on the basis of merit as the first step in the achieve-
ment of increasing measures of
brotherhood. The sense of re-
spectability for such attitudes
must give way to what they real-
*Jewistirk>riWa,n
the universal Father of all of us
does not grant privileges nor de-
mand conformity. It accepts all
men as children of the One God
and hence brothers in the same
degree and with the same intensi-
ty as blood brothers in the family
circle are accepted.
Brotherhodhas no place for
hatred and discrimination. To
despise another because of dif-
ferences, to exploit those differ-
ences for selfish purposes is
wrong. WRONG! This idea must
ly are, labels and tags of hate
and prejudice.
Brotherhood is good and to
love is to increasingly partake
of the nature of God. Ultimately
this whole problem of decency in
human relations must be recogn-
ized as a problem of religion and
to the solution of this problem
we must be able to bring the
powers of religion as the great
committment to an ideal. We mus'
not only know much but believe
deeply and profoundly.
Our concern is that increasing-
ly men may come to recognize
that the achievement of an ex-
panding brotherhood in terms of
action and behavior is definitely
a part of the on going processes
of the kingdom of God on earth.
When we once get men to know
and understand the .spiritual im-
perative of this fact then religion
and brotherhood can move for-
ward with emphasis and speed.
George Bradbury of Farrey Hard-
ware Store, Alton Rd. section;
Max Mogull of Mogull Radio shop.
41st St. section; Leo Solomon,
realtor, head of 71st St. section;
Harry Brick, 1675 Washington
Ave., 23rd St. section; James
Matthews III of Washington Stor-
age Co., head of Washington Ave.
section; and Buddy Allen, Allen's
Theatrical Agency, night clubs
and amusements.
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curio*
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1109 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
A. SCHORR, Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 2-2503
to ,
and integrityall these are par-
tial ichievements of brotherhood.
But real brotherhood that has its
roots sunk deep in the heart of
PHILIP RUDINE
ATLAS
PHONE 9-7654
243 S. W. 6th Street
Moving Storage Rug Cleaning
Greyvan Agent
Miami, Florida
Eunice Deneson, Owner Phone 3-1371
American Hotel Placement Service
ORGANIZED TO SERVICE YOU WELL
Miami, Florida
Seybold Building
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
603 Lincoln Road
S. MEGHALL
REAL ESTATE
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
La Yigne Electric
Company
Now In Our New Location
38 N.W. SEVENTH STREET PHONE 2-1759
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
Sol Pikarsky of the
KINO BAKE SHOP
1894 S.W. Eighth Street
Miami
SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM .
HWYER'S METAL SHOP
New Location: 1329 N.W. 74th St. Phone 78-4551
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
Academy Motion Pictures & .Sound
Complete Sound or Silent Shows for Home. Club. Church
Highest Quality Equipment Used w,v,
Portable or Mobile PA Systems for RentHour, Day. Week. Month
2160 S. W. 20th Street Phone 48-9265
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD
GOOD WISHES
MERCK
DRY GOODS LINENS
FOR APARTMENTS HOTELS
41-43-45 N. W. 2nd St.
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
TO ALL
MARGARET ANN
Super Markets
MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA, FLORIDA
Beach Red Cross Week
Adds Impetus to Drive
Lending a hand to the 194F
Dade County Red Cross fund
campaign to raise $321,000. Mayoi
Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach
proclaimed the week of Feb. 16-
23 as Red Cross Week in the
Beach business district, and urges
all Beach business men and wom-
en to help make their division's
campaign a success. Eddie Hen
is chairman of the business di-
vision, and J. Harry Day, co-
chairman.
Business division of Miami
Beach, with a quota of $20,000.
will be the first of 22 major di-
visions (with the exception of
advance gifts under the leadership
of Sam R. Becker) to get its
campaign under way.
Assisting Herr as heads of the
various sections on the Beach
area: J. Harry Day of Day's
Men's Shop. Lincoln Rd. section:
PRODUCE
TRUCKS FRUIT
AVANT <& WHITE
Phone 3-2281 and 9-6741
2173 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami. Florida
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
Horn Martin Drug
DRUGGISTS
200 Sunset Drive
Phone 4-9221 South Miami
* l TAILORS
Now Located .
LORRAINE ARCADE
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
R. We 1IKOWX and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilizers for All Occasions
FEED and SUPPLIES
Call 4-3375
274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI
GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER MOTORS
PLYMOUTH DeSOTO
1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-334 J
Phone 3-4859
CHARRON-WILLIAMS
Commercial College
804 N. E. Second Avenue
Mary Williams, B. S., Director
Miami, Florida
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
iif
HIuc Ribbon Laundry & Cleaners
Wholesale RetaiJ Hotels Apartments
Complete Laundry and Cleaning Service
1403 N. W. 7th Court Phone 3-0753

To All
Best Wishes
NELLIE E. BRENNAN
REAL ESTATE
404 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-1953
GREETINGS
An Invitation To All Tourists
Who Are Seeking Employment
FAMOUS
Employment Agency
For Immediate Employment
340 N. E. 2nd Ave.
3-0763PHONES3-0764
WITH PLEASURE .WE EXTEND
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MII.XEV HeWOLF <& SON
BUILDERS CONTRACTORS
236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
IJJ
FLORIDA GRINDING CO.
Distributors for Kleen Kut
Meat Band Saw Machines
Knives to Butcher, Hotel,
Restaurant
Servicing of Meat Choppers and
Meal Band Saws
RENTING SERVICING
201 S. W. Fourth Ave.
PHONE 3-5231
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
leering Awning and Furniture Co.
Serving Greater Miami Coral Gables Miami Beach
Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture
COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
1163 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 3-7200
GREETINGS!!!
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
RiscAYNE i:\i\i:i:m\i- co.
Blue PrintsPhotostat
Pick-up and Delivery Service
Drawing Materials
(Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666


PAGE THIRTY
Iladassah Women
Hear Psychiatrist
Dr. Jess V* Cohen, Miami
Beach psychiatrist, will discuss
"Mental Health and Womanhood"
when he appears as guest speaker
at the next regular cultural meet-
ing of the Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division. Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. Scheduled
for Tuesday evening. Feb. 24th at
8:30 p.m. the group will meet a;
the Miami Y.M.H.A.. 1567 S.W.
5th st.
Dr. Cohn. Director and pasl
chairman of the Medical Adv
ory Board. Mental Society of
Southeast Florida, and a mem-
bei of the Florida State Confer-
ence of social work, is at present
director of the Miami Beach
Youth Center He has
various articles lor publicati
the Medical Journal and is af-
filiated with staffs of several lo-
cal hospitals.
Mrs. Tillie Brock, cu
chairman in change of arrange-
ments for the evening, announces
that the meeting is open to the
public. Refreshments will be
served at the close of Dr. C ihn's
address
Topps Open For
Late Parties
George Greenspan ; tor
Topp's restaui N.E. 2nd
ave. and -it-", st mnced
that '
.
functions. Groups
arrangements ar< advised I
tact Mr. Gn ( ns] I
men;.-
To All .
A Most Happy Brotherhood
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
Pan American Bank Building
PHONE 3-7796
Capacity Audience
At Academy Dedication
Hebrew Academy of Miami
Beach "has justifiably won the
approval of the entire commu-
nity." stated Dr. David S Andron,
academy president, this week
commenting upon the cap
attendance ..: the school's I
dedication cerem mies Sui
afternoon ,
Col Morris J M '
past national
Jewish War Veterans
iated in the exer. is. i
as local c mncilman Mi
. who presented an \
ican flag for each class
behalf of the J.W.V.
Als :- ttei A
ham Goodman. vic<
the Zionist nizati ol '
ica. Rabbis Irving Lehrman
ray Grauer, L< on K
and Dr. Osca Z F
lenl of the Hebn
Chicago,
Korenman Addresses
Jewish Music Alliance
Israel Korenman, pianist
ish Music All ai
the Greatei Mian i F Ik I
-
new WHA
Tri llrla Coenrll
Installs Ottieers
Ufa ran q
Council b; Mi
,i ,,..
.:
Ma-
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20,
A Most Happy Brotherhood
.ioiiwii: &
MACK
BODY SHOP
"B\
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
74 N. E. 20th Street
PHONE 9-6546
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Shier
ami Family
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 3-1427
l>oldstoin
Clothing
Exchange
439 N. Miami Ave.
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
TO ALL
JAMES room
OF THE
Private Investigators. Im.
910 Pacific Bldg. __ _____Phone 82-S476
" HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
S. I. IK El FM AN
THE SIGN MAN"
SIGNS EVERYWHERE ON ANYTHING
We Service Call 5-7210
LOCATED AFTER MARCH 1
623 5th St., NEAR WASHINGTON, MIAMI BEACH
Chicken "Served the Handy Way"
441 41st St., M. B. ORDER TO TAKE OUT PHONE 5-4063
BOTHERHOOD GREETINGS .
Denmark's Vast Stono I 'oni|ian\
Modern MantelsGarage GrillsGarden SetsPottery
StoneOrnamentalPlaster
Polished Structural Stone
12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924

Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN
and Family
Extend Greetings to All
ON THE BROTHERHOOD
CASEY PIANO to.
AUTHORIZED KIMBALL DEALERS
2242 S.W. 8th St. Miami. Fla.
A MOST HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
l Biscayne Bldg.
MIAMI
GUARDIANS OF QUALITY FLOWERS BY WIRE
SENTINEL FLORAL SERVICE
30 S. W. 27th Avenue
HARRY J. KILLIAN. President
PHONE 48-2756
Miami 36, Florida
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
TO ALL
Inter-American Export & Import Co. -
CAYO CUERVO
American Bank Building Miam'
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FR( ''.'
NORMANDY
SCHOOL
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND A
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
II I II II I KINK
*
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
JAFRA, INC.
Stvvl ProtluvtH
317 N.E. 71st Street
Phone 7-4571
LEO HUBERMAN
1021 Bi-irritz Drive
PHONE 6-1061
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
l.l OK I. is CARPET SIMM*
927 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami
TO ALL A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
FLAMINGO V OKI VI IT
NEW CARS REASONABLE RATES
Phone 5-1891
1725 Alton Road
Miami Beach
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
"YOUR SATISFACTION OUR PLEASURE"
DADE DRY CLEANERS
PHONE 48-6451
121 Aragon Av. Coral Gables
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
TO ALL
MIAMI PECAN COMPANY
"SERVING THE FRUIT SHIPPERS
OF GREATER MIAMI FOR 12 YEARS"
PHONE 3-7092
632 S. W. 8th Street Miami
TO ALL IT'S A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND THE HAND OF
FELLOWSHIPTO ALL A MOST
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD.
LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDI6AR
420 Lincoln Road j Miami Beach


nmY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948
Southeastern States Formulate
Plans For Care Of Jewish Aged
Plans for care of the Jewish aged in the Tri-State are o!
Iporida, Georgia and South Carolina have been formulated ac-
ording to a report by Dr. Emil W. Leipziger, chairman of the
outheastern Committee on Care of Aged, it was stated by Isaac
p. Heller, New Orleans, president, Southeastern Region, Council
bf Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
""JenlsHhrictteti
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
The efforts of the Tri-State
lommittee over a period of a
m culminated in a meeting of
|0 representatives from the com-
tics in the three states in
Jacksonville on Sunday, January
1, The committee reviewed the
Hidings of a survey sponsored by
L Council and acted on the
(commendations made by Morris
jelditch. director of Social Plan-
ting
| The action taken included en-
dorsement of the current pro-
tarn and expansion plans of the
Lcksonville River Garden He-
few Home f"i" the Aged, and ar-
mgement of a plan whereby
jHome will serve as a Region-
I institution for the residents of
L state of Florida, outside of
Jiami and Dade County. This
Ell be subject to review as Mi-
Ini further develops its resources.
jding the initiation of insti-
Itional services in Georgia and
luth Carolina, the Jacksonville
pme will serve the communities
these two states within the
Jilts of its capacity and will re-
live Welfare Fund support for
i service. The Atlanta Jewish
nmunity has specific plans on
basis of a special study for
I institutional and over-all pro-
jam in Atlanta. The Tri-State
Immittee has been established
la special sub-committee of the
Jgional Committee on Care of
Aged t<> develop a compre-
Insive program for the Jewish
td in this area. This would in-
bde local family services, a
jogram of medical care and re-
lational services in key com-
nities with planned extension
services to cover outlying areas.
BiXty-six individual Jewish
are in need of some types
I assistance in the eleven cities
veye jami, it was reported by Mr.
Ilditch. The needs revealed in-
[uksoII'n Tropical
Fruit Juici's. Inc.
huge Pineapple Papaya
| Grapefruit Fruit Punch
Coconut
Punches for Parties
OUR SPECIALTY
WE DELIVER
1166 S. W. First Street
PHONE 9-3449
GREETINGS
ijf
tainrcn's
IMiator Service
|Aul Radiators Cleaned and
Repaired
sPial Rates to Garages
W Call For and Deliver
Mfc 32nd Ave. Ph. 48-5990
ALL GOOD BUYS
gSCAYNE
MOTORS
1AC* JACKS. Owner
'**> Trade Cars & Truck.
79th s- at Miami Ave.
l1^ St. Phone 7*344
eluded medical, social and fi-
nancial problems. The medical
problem most frequently centered
around the chronically ill aged1
m need of long-time care and
specialized nursing and medical
service. The social difficulties in-
dicated problems of loneliness
and progressive feebleness which
are acute even when funds are
available, which is true in most
cities in the area. It was found
that the resources available are
extremely limited, with no hos-
pital which accepts the chronical-
ly ill aged. Jewish family services
which are prepared to help the
aged in their own communities
exist only in Miami, Atlanta and
Jacksonville.
In releasing the report of the
committee, Mr. Heller commented
that this is a demonstration in
Regional planning which leads to
coordination, economy, and sound
programs. He noted the possible
applicability of this approach to
other geographical areas. The job
ahead, he stressed, beyond the
agreements on institutional care,
is the need to develop local pro-
grams.
When Fanny Brice's son. Bill,
put some of his paintings up for
sale at a charity auction the other
day, Fanny made it a point to
put in the highest bid so the
paintings wouldn't have to leave
the family.
WE BUY ANYTHING
ON WHEELS
ijj
>
LINICK AUTO
PARTS
5130 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-5133
Our Film Folk
Although MGM's best picture
to date, "Cass Timbcrlane," the
Spencer Tracy-Lana Turner star-
rer, didn't get under the wire for
Academy Award nomination, this
columnist still unhesitatingly se-
lects his choice for the best mo-
tion picture director of the year-
George Sidney. George, about
whom I wrote a column recently,
is not only the youngest of the
very best film directors in Holly-
wood, but now has proved him-
self one of the most sensitively
brilliant of the lot. Metro has
probably tied him up for life by
now.
*
"Hearts and Diamonds," the
Ben Hecht original story, which
Gummo Marx and Lester Cowan
will produce early in March for
United Artists release brings
Chico, Harpo and Groucho Marx
back to the screen, but the latter
appears only as narrator of the
opening sequence. Harpo and
Chico co-star as the discoverers
of a street-waif whom they build
to stardom.
GREETINGS
CEMEMT BLOCK INDUSTRIES
CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS
,._ Immediate Delivery
5050 S. W. 74th AVE. PHONE 58-6027
f
TO ALL GREETINGS
Certified Concrete Products
Call 88-1440
4401 E. 11th Ave. Hialeah
A HAPPY SEASON
GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113
921 Lincoln Road
GREETINGS
OR. F. H. FISHER
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
Phone 5-3580
GREETINGS FROM
i^
THE LEAR
SCHOOL
Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th
Morning: Academic Instruction
Afternoons: Music, Dramatics
and Swimming
LARGE PRIVATE POOL
ON PREMISES
1010 West Ave. Phone 5-0606
ty
TO ALL SEASON'S
GREETINGS
Charles R. Fine
Watch and Jewelry
REPAIRING
Watch Materials and Tools
OUR SPECIALTY
1201 Pan American Bank Bldg.
Phone 2-4891
POPULAR INSTRUCTION
Rernie Rennett Piano Studios
mo ooo t. Classical Background
.J28-228A Republic Building 107 Northeast First Ave.
GREETINGS
HROWN'S ANTIQUE SHOP
ANTIQUE FURNITURE. GLASS. CHINA. ETC.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
2222 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 48-1173 Miami. Fla.
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing
Phone 9-5123
II. NEWHOHN
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry
One Year Guarantee on All Our Repairing
2210 N. W. 36th Street Miami 37. Florida
Fruit Trees and Ornamentals
Hayden Mangoes as Good as Can be Found
We Specialize In Hibiscus
OSROHNE NURSERY
9001 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 7-7808

Phone 3-4986 Pick-Up & Delivery
Florida Auto Radiator Service
REPAIRINGCLEANINGRECORING
27^ S. E. 5th Street
Harold Wellbaum. Jr. Miami, Florida
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoza Avenue
Phone 4-2201
Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 9-9965
Phone 2-4958
SINCEREST GREETINGS
M. R. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building
GREETINGS
COOPER FURNITURE CO.
WHOLESALE RETAIL ___
212 Giralda Ave. Phone 47958
CORAL GABLES
GREETINGS
ROGERS MilJLWORKS, INC.
CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS
BUILT IN BARS
Phone 78-8121 Opa-Locka Airbase. Bldg. 408
SEASON'S GREETINGS
"THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS'
Sravvl A- Jarobu
LINCOLN ROAD
Custom Made Slip Covers & Drape. Hotel. Supplied
Economv Dry Goods Co.
nnJVPES SPREADS SLIP COVERS
CURTAINS BLANKETS DRESS GOODS
~ M BCSt BUy ^ P^ne 9-4818
324 N. Miami Ave.
1791 Purdy Ave.
PHONE 58-2420
PHILLIP GUNN
CREATOR OF FINE SIGNS
A COMPLETE SERVICE
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
Phone 9-9521
Tax Saver System
For Small Business
111 N. E. Second Avenue
1306 Congress Bldg.
Professional
Individuals
FIORELI-A'S
BOOKKEEPING. ACCOUNTING, TAX SERVICE
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
Joseph Fiorell* ________
Helms Construction Company
DRAG LINES BULL DOZING PIT ROCK MASON SAND
5916 S. W. 41st Street
Phone 48-4193
LEW III WIN
Chris Crafi Sales and Service
, ..,i?h2Son 0utbord Motors and Chris Craft
412-18 N.W.N. River Dr. 2-8918 427 N.W.N. Riv.r Dr. 9-2450
PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS, ETC

mi "
IflM'


PAGE THIRTY-TWO
Letters to the Editor
(Continued from Page 2 "well, what can wo do about
it, that is not part of our pro-
gri m." One woman who applied
for aid for her children was told
thai she should go back where
she came from, notwithstanding
the fact that her husband had
aeserted her and was here in
Miaou where she was seeking
suppo:t from him for her chil-
dren. Nice going!
Since nothing .has been done
up to the moment, it is time
something was done or started.
They are not too many of these
"homeless" children in our com-
munity for which we and they
sh ul I hi' thankful, however, I u
the few there are. something
must be done. The parent does
not wish to cast i ir her
child or children, they are per-
fectly willing to support them to
the best of their ability and then
tigs arc toward a foster home
their children Will receive
care and love and warmth.
Another project in addition to
those we already sponsor and
support, must be formed. The re-
sponsibility of such a project
should not fall on the shoulders
ul any one organization but on
ence between what the parent
can afford to pay and what 11
would cost to maintain the child
in the foster home be taken from
the common fund to make up the
difference.
Placing a child in a foster home
is only a temporary matter, since
these parents do not want to
give their children out for adop-
tion, merely want help until they
are in a position to establish then
own homes for their chil
Since there are so few of these
children, not too much r
would be required to be n
for such a project.
Tins is your problem '
you going to do about it'.'
Respectfully yours.
CAROL E TIEGEF
"Oh, i
A suggestion presented was
somi ce the followii
Every Jewish organization
contribute a certain amount ol
money toward a common fund
ney can be raised by various
ways and means. Foster
be found for these children: tin
.; to pay as much as he or
she possibly can and the differ-
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