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The Jewish Floridian ( February 27, 1948 )

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fewiislUEIlDiPiidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^LUME 21-NUMBER 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Partition Plan Endangered By U.S. Action LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 24. (JTA)—The long-awaited tatement of the United States on the question of sendfni! an international force to Palestine to back the im' i. ,,i ntation of the U.N. partition decision was delivered tndav :,t the Securitv Council which opened its discussion <>t the Palestine security problem. The .-tatement, road bv Senator Warren Austin, head of the U.S. delegation at the United Nations, recommended: 1 A committee of the Council comprised of the Bia Five should be established "to look at once into the aucstion of the possible threats to international peace arising in connection with the Palestine question." 2 The Security Council should, through this committee consult at once with the U.N. Palestine Commission, the Mandatory Power and the representatives of'the Jewish and Arab communities in Palestine, in order "to get an agreement, on the basis of the General Assembly recommendation, for the underlying political difficulty" in implementing the partition plan. 3 The Security Council should accept the tasks "assigned to it by the General Assembly" in connection with the Palestine plan. 4 The Security Council should call upon governments and peoples, "particularly in and around Palestine to take all possible action to prevent or reduce the disorders now occurring in Palestine. In making these recommendations, Senator Austin emphasized that the United States Government makes a distinction between "keeping the peace" and ''enforcing partition." Under the provisions of the U.N. Charter, he said, the Security Council can take action to prevent aggression against Palestine from outside. Bv these same powers, the Council can take action to prevent a threat to international peace and security from inside Palestine, he declared. "But," the head of the American delegation emphasized, "this action must be directed solely to the maintenance of international peace. In other words, the Council's action is directed to keeping the peace and not to enforcing partition." If the security Council should decide that it is necessary to use armed force to maintain international peace in this situation, the United States would be ready to consult with other nations, as provided for in the Charter, with a view to taking action to maintain international peace. Senator Austin announced. Such consultation, he added, would be required since no agreement has yet been reached making forces available to the Security Council under Article 43 of the Charter. "The Charter of the United Nations," Mr. Austin said, "does not empower the Security Council to enforce a political settlement, whether it is pursuant to a recommendation of the General Assembly or of the Council itself." Admitting that the situation in Palestine "does not permit any further delay," Senator Austin told the Security Council that the United States as a member of the U.N., would continue to deal with this problem "in conjunction with other members." "U.S. policy will not be unilateral," he stated. "It will conform to and be in support of the United Nations action on Palestine." Attempts to frustrate the recommendation of the General Assembly by threat or use of force or by incitement to force on the part of the states outside Palestine are contrary to the Charter, he added. Declaring that there was no reason for "excessive pessimism," merely because the question was complicated, Senator Austin suggested that the consultations of his proposed Big Five committee should be held in New York," in order that the Council itself may be kept closely advised at all stages." British Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones, addressing the Council, emphasized that the Britisn Government refuses "either individually or in association with others to impose the United Nations play py force." He announced that his government will abstain from voting on the issue of enforcing partition through the Security Council. He said that the partition resolution as adopted by the General Assembly was not always realistically drafted." Egypt warned the United Nations security council that the Arab world will fight every United Natiofls attempt to enforce the partition of Palestine. The Colombian representative at the U.N. Security Council tonight formally proposed a resolution calling for a special session of the General Assembly to "reconsider" the Palestine partition decision. The American delegation in an informal statement to the press declared its position to the Colombian proposal. ... it The Colombian resolution also calls for the determent of the termination of the Palestine Mandate to July 15, and for a corresponding change in the timetable of the British military evacuation of Palestine. The resolution urges the establishment of a Security Council committee of five—two representatives of the Big Powers and three from the lesser powers—to explore the possibility of reconciliation between the Jewish Agency and the Palestine Arab Higher Committee. In proposing this resolution, the Colombian representative made it clear that the Council cannot count on his vote for implementation of the partition decision. Colombia has not changed its stand taken at the General Assembly on the partition resolution, he said. Volunteers Enrolling Now For Community UJA Drive; Local Leaders Meet To Plan City-Wide Solicitation Chairman Stein Names Solicitors With the official opening of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal .scheduled for Sunday, March 7, .1 eph R. Stein, chairman of the eal, yesterday announced that nearly 000 workers have already em lied for service in the nine major solicitation units of the paign set-up. "The speed with which we are getting our campaign machine inshape is an excellent augury for the success of the drive and is hound to spell success for our efforts," Mr. Stein said. "Our major effort at the moment is to enlist more volunteers for the metropolitan or door-to-door phase of the drive." Mr. Stein announced the names of all campaign leaders who have agreed to serve in this year's campaign are: Initial (lift—Sam Blank. Max Orovlti, co-chairmen; Leonard A>*"* Jack Ablln, Harry Ulumln. I.e.; > naikin. i. Blsensteln, Irving raJW M : I Km Mian, Joseph Cai.ln.i-. k m aiiiiM Qoldstrttch, l-ouis Helman, lAion "*PI. Abe Km man, Sam l.achin.in. ia l .mi, S. l^venson. M. Lleberman, N Uebltng, Max MelHt-1, S. C. Myers, Mlckej Michaels, Max OrOVtU, Pan Ruskin, Herbert Bcher, Jaeoo ... mi, William 1>. Singer, Harry Slrkln. %  •• eph Bteln, Carl Buaaklno, Arthur i tar and Carl Welnkle. iiad.-s —K. Max CoMsUln. s. > Myers and Herbert Bcher, chairmen, ountantH—M. (1. Kurman, s. wirt, H. ulumln. 8. Ixvlch. JoMpn Post, 8 Washerman and Hurra* w "*" ner; amusement*—Jacob Bher; llUt "" motive—Sam Luby, 1-. Pallot, M. -ai%  II Shl.-r an.l S. \NYiss.-l; %  I ""' ment nouses— Morris Cold, B. Boam%  i, s Goldman, M Janofaw, <• l-l.hii.k. H. l-evln, J. Upi'wn. %  Nathanaon schi.k. M. Sheik, J. skiar. H Abraham and s. Wolf; t> eV ""*Yr~ II..".1,1 !•,,„,.„ Mii.l Joe l'avls; hulldliu, trades—Dan H Ruakln; butch I'lm Homer; children's an.l Infant I wear—Moe Itlppa and Lou's Woire, inera— J, Salinger; dentistsl' I. I'mn and IT. F. Corel: lPj: mem stores—Or M. Goodman; dnu, 3 an.l nndrles—8. Goldman, S. ResWna, 1' Lleherman, T. Maiakoff. H. Ruben, A Smith and I'hlllp Stelr; drv gOOOS Ted Ciilkls. M. Cromer, N I.ynn, 1 : Bomberg and M. Tann.nl>. >'""• Ilical Max Melsel. J. H. lYI.-dland and J. Gross: fs rm "rs-Jn.'k l'..i MHt.'ln: rinaii.'e--Sam sal" "• food—J. Klshman; food service SQUIpm-nt — Harry Friedman and Joe Bchslnberg; fruit shipper— Emil Cohen, (Continued on Page 4) Volunteers Needed For CJA An urgent plea for volunteers to help in the metropolitan unit of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal was voiced yesterday by George Chertkof, chairman of the metropolitan unit. "To call on the thousands of prospects who must be seen if we hope to make this campaign a success, we will need a minimum of one thousand volunteers," Mr. Chertkof said. "At the present moment we only have about 600 volunteers." Mr. Chertkof said that Rabbi Max Shapiro will be in charge of the Miami volunteers and Rabbi Leon Kronish will head up the team of Miami Beach solicitors. A Workers Rally will be held on Tuesday night, March 2. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Two films. "Assignment: Tel Aviv" and "House in the Desert," will be shown. .Miss Anne Liepah, field agent for Americans for Haganah, will be the chief speaker. Hotel Division Seeks Top Honors With $262,815 already raised, the hotel division of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which for two years running, has taken top solicitation honors, is out to lead the field again this year, it is announced by Marcie Liberman, chairman of the division. His co-chairmen are Irving Frankel, Joe Gardner and Sam Lachman. The campaign goal has been set at $1,489,925, an increase of more than $170,000 over last year. This reflects the increase in the national goal of the United Jewish Appeal, to which Greater Miami has allocated the sum of $1 000.000. The hotel division has undertaken to raise $500 000. ••We are confident that in thib year of destiny for the Jewish people, the hotel men of Greater Miami will give generously in keeping with the magnitude of the goal," said Mr. Liberman. "We know that the members of the hotel industry will stand up and be counted this year as they were last. We have no doubt of the final outcome." Members of the hold ylon's ext .„ rjrosslnger'a I-ancoast N. t Han* && ass' K^,,,ria:.,;i [Tonal and' Harry Sl rkln. Albion. ,ew, Asked To Re^ Cato *i^ Bl^^ ^ JERUSALEM, (JTA)-The Ha £ u in the Jewish business P section of the city at 6 a.m. yesterday, returned to Jerusalem this afternoon to take whatever action may be necessary in relation to the security situation. Jerusalem once again became the chief battlefield in Palestine today as Arabs and Jews continued to clash and both forces kept the British troops on the alert with scattered attacks on them. ganab today appealed to Jews of Palestine to remain calm and not to take the law into their own hands as tension mounted throughout the country in the wake of the worst explosion in ni Palestine history which whi tad ** "*> '" M Miss Liepah Miss Anne Liepah To Address Rally Anne Liepah, who recently returned from directing the Joint Distribution Committee Aid Center at Nachod on the CzechPolish border, will speak at a rally of majors, captains, and workers on Tuesday evening, March 2 at the Jewish Community Center. Miss Liepah is a native of Detroit and served as a Joint Distribution Committee welfare worker in Europe for more than 18 months. During the height of the anti-Semitic violence which occurred in Poland shortly after the war, she was the only JDC worker stationed at Nachod through which passed tens of thousands of fleeing Jews. She converted the estate of Julius Streicher. the infamous Nazi Jew-baiter, into a training center for teen-age Jewish survivors. In Munich, she appropriated an entire hospital and children's home which together care for more than 700 needy Jews. Today, a field worker for Americans for Haganah, Miss Liepah has also been associated with the War Manpower Commission, and the Office of War Information, and at one time taught school. Beach Gathering Precedes Campaign More than one thousand majors, captains, and workers will meet Tuesday evening, March 2, at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., in a pre-campaign meeting, of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami. The drive, to be conducted from March 7 to March 31, has a goal for Greater Miami of 51,489,925, from which nine local and thirty-three national and overseas agencies will benefit. This is the first drive to be held in any major city in the United States this year on behalf of the nation-wide goal of $250,000,000. Of the amount raised in this area, $1,000,000 has been earmarked for the United Jewish Appeal, the largest private fundraising campaign in the history of this country. The UJA provides funds for the world-wide reconstruction program of the Joint Distribution Committee, with a vast program of assistance for the 1.500,000 Jews remaining in Europe; the United Palestine appeal, providing for the absorption of 75,000 homeless European Jews in Palestine, and for the resettlement, reclamation, and security of the new Jewish State; and the United Service for New Americans, serving the needs of newcomers to the United States. Principal speaker at Tuesday night's rally will be Anne Liepah, who recently returned from eighteen months' service with the Joint Distribution Committee in Europe and who is now field worker for Americans for Haganah.



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PAGE TWO JeisHTkridiiarL FRIDAY ^FEBRUARYp Pioneer Women Aid Palestine JNF Forest Pioneer Women of Club No. 2 donated sufficient funds to plant 100 trees in the Jewish National Fund forest in Palestine, at a party held recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lcvine. 1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Mania Shubow was master of ceremonies for the evening. Jack Dombey of Detroit read "Sholem Aleichem" and Abe Hamlin of Boston was guest speaker. A. M. Dorff lead community singing. Students Fly to Havana A trip to Havana highlighted the spring activities of the graduating class at the Lear school. Miami Beach. Students flew to Cuba last Friday and spent the weekend there. Junior class recently held a dance in honor of the seniors on the grounds of the school. Ronald Friedlander is senior class president; Barbara Hader, vice president and treasurer: and Marcia Lebedinsky secretary. Health Society Opens Office In Miami Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida has opened an office at 700 S.W. 12th Avi the maintenance of a communitywide center for information on mental health. Board me> are to be held there the fourth | Monday of every month. Mrs. Frances J. Riordan, acting executive secretary iety, is in charge of the new office A check for S.iOn was presented to the organization last month by the Zonta club of Miami. ;. local group of business an I professional women. Abess Elected To National JDA Post Hollywood JWF Seeks Dora Birnbaum Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood has received a request from the Location Service of HIAS to locate Dora Birnbaum. Anyone km wing thi of thi I Miss Anna D. Da:.: secretary. Jewish Wolf. IN FI ation !. Florida, P.O Box 661. 11 % %  d. Dora Birnbaum (maiden I Huberman), last known ad was Hollywood. Widow 70. was born at Lodz. P daughter of Lewek and Sura Fejga (maiden name Drial ska). She is related to H> who was deaf and dumb. Mrs Birnbaum has three children. Leonard 1. Abess (ab vi %  '. a member of the board of din of the Gr ati i Miami J< oration, has been elected a member of tiie Executive Coi ttei of the National Counci of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA I innounced by Donald i Al ita, JDA xecutive committee chairman. The JDA is the financial arm of the Ameri-' can Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamati >n L B'nai B'rith, making possi I I program i anti-Semitism. mmittei Sisting of 54 members from 25 will guide the JDA Na%  C in : 600 : p-ranfc communal loaders in all seel % %  • rt to %  104.540 to meet the 1948 the JDA • In Miami, the JDA ': %  .%  i lion. Advertising Club Names Essay Contest Winners Three Miamians were named winners this week of the Miami Advertising club's $8 contest, pen I tudentof lb i a „d parochial senior high schools in the countj A total of 3,426 nts entered the contest. R ona Al ahans, son of Mr. an d M,S Nathan Abrahans of 3790 Irvington Ave., Coconut Gi .ve, won first prize ol $100. The 17-year-old senioi al Ponce de Le n High school will have his essay entered m a national contest 11, rberl K ensky, IT. son of Mr ..:• i Mrs Louis Krensky, 4955 Delawan Ave. Miami Beach and a son: : al Miami Beach High eivi I second prize of is. lii. ward of w. T 305 Ponce de Loon Blvd.. South Miami, junior at George W n Carver High n Coi n il Gr ve, was third place winm %  ing $25. Florida Hillel Project HlUel foundation on the campus of the University of Florida has under taken a project to aid university students in Palestine. According to plans, a CARE packa ge is to be sent every month to ., family in the area and wherever possible that of a student with whom the group will correspond. Donor of the initial package is Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity on the campus. Mizrachi Card P arly Mizrachi women of Mia mi n are sponsoring a ctrdS??* nesday afternoon t <1 1 Pl >'^d. the Atlantis hotel roof Pm at Miami Beach Proceeds Jft the Mtoachi womeirtCbK £ storation Fund. d Rc T.ekets may be purchased fr*. the chairman. Mrs. Josenh R m ^v calling 5-, 9 80 Ph S ;rbeing assisted by Co-Chai* Mrs. Esther Cohan of S Shores, Mrs. Eugenia LilliSn and Mrs. A. Plotkin. eld To perati n I all ini ties, Mr. A will v. .. ely with Benjamin Com [ G ensboro. N C, vice JDA (' uncil : the N • nal Council will ah : nd equ t; A well-kn AII figure in M | odes. : the Miami R I ib; a member of : the B men i | t ne Dado County Cancer Clinic Ask for KOSHER ZI0N Products at your Local Delicatessen If you are in need of Kosher Zion Products Call This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. 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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1948 %  aildrii A < Party ilstmres Auction r Men Age Friendship Club of *& VM & YWHA wil. 'ndud its first fund raising afi t jn the I"!" 1 of an old-fasnoned Package Party on Sunday Lning February 29, at 7 o'clock I, the new Mami "Y" building. [Isaac Englander, president of L'club has announced that a l igram ">' entertainment will to place during the evening and Eat packages that will be brought L those coming to the affair will £, auctioned to the highest bidMrs. Gus Ginsberg is chairman L r the evening and Ben Essen, jam Schulwolf and Dave Wilner L[l act as auctioneers. JXhc Golden Age Friendship rjub was organized by the Miami :n November, 1947, with a Membership of 39. Today it has I membership of over 300, with weekly attendance at Letinfis of 350. The organization Lets at the new building of the liami "V" -very Sunday after, on a! 3 o'clock. A program of Lily activities consisting of folk Lncinff. arts and crafts, discusIon groups and dramatics, is fanned for persons 50 years of %  or over. eap Year Birthday for Beach Resident Luis B. Bush of 825 Michigan |ve. Miami Beach, is probably I est income tax spccial:n the country, and undoubt|!y the youngest married man I at least the entire Greater Mini area. He is only 8. JBorn 32 years ago on February I. Bush swears that true to the ladition of leap year "black Bep" he celebrates his birthday dy once in four years. Promised party at their home Sunday it by his wife, he expressed ope "that she hasn't invited Is my age in the neighIrhood." [A forme resident of New York |ty Bush came here five years after having been stationed 1th the Army Air Corps on Mini Beach. He maintains an offe on Michigan Ave., specializtax work and booking. 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Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. ^JmlstinorkHnn PAGE THREE A memorial to the memory of the late Mrs. Anna Oppenheim ot 726 S. Miami Ave.. will be unveiled Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. is in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends arc asked to attend. Unveiling of a memorial of the late Abraham Axelrod of Key West will take place Tuesday, March 2. at 2 p.m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Grauer will officiate. Anisis Entortain Pratt Patient* Entertainment for the patients of Pratt General hospital was arranged Monday evening by Anyuta Melicov, pianist and vice chairman of the Red Cross entertainment of voluntary workers. Artists in the program included Marcel Shiland, former first tenor of the French Hour over NBC radio network; Luba Roy, singer and accordionist; Marvelle Brown guitar player; Stella and Jose Reyes, dance team; and Milt Ross, star comedian of several Broadway musicals. Following the program a party Was sponsored by Mrs. Louis Tuttman of Deal. N. J., and the Cadillac hotel, Miami Beach, who served refreshments. Mrs. Tuttman also offered a group of Spanish songs for the musical program. Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. has charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. irving eastman has returned! The Biltmore Galleries proudly announces the return to this area of Irving Eastman, one of America's topflight designers and creative decorators. Mr. Eastman was among the first to introduce a style of decor specially designed to meet the requirements of South Floridians. 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PAGE FOUR %  f h H i it fkridHan 4^U2?UARY 27 EDITORIAL Hon. George C. Marshall Secretary of State Washington, D. C. t Dear Secretary Marshall: The State Department, under your direction, has in the past several weeks issued two decrees: an embargo on arms to Palestine and a ruling that Americans joining the Jewish defensive forces in Palestine will lose their American citizenship. In connection with these State Department rulings. Mr. Secretary, I could not help thinking of an American of whom I am sure you are as fond as I. As one who was born in Virginia, I am sure you are doubly proud of him for he too was a Virginian. He was a tall, lanky red-haired man whose Americanism has become a proverb and school children everywhere recite the gems of his patriotic eloquence. Yes, I am sure you know it was Patrick Henry. You remember that speech in which he urged Americans to take up arms against the British, who thought they had a mandate to tax and rule America as they please. "They tell us, Sir," said Patrick Henry, "that we are too weak, unable to cope with so formidable an enemy, but when shall we be stronger? Will it be when a British guard is stationed in every house. Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction. ... Sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us." Fortunately for Patrick Henry, fortunately for America, there was no European embargo on arms to assist America. Mr. Secretary, I have read your wife's biography of you. In it. Mrs. Marshall states that from childhood one of your idols had been Benjamin Franklin. I liked you all the more. Mr. Secretary, when I read that, because Franklin has also been one of my idols. Indeed, he is an idol to all of America. John Adams wrote that Franklin was the most acclaimed person in the world of his day. We had no better in the America of that day. Now, what did we do with that top American at the time of the Revolution. We could think of no better service for our very best product than to send him abroad—to help get some of those foreign friends, who, Patrick Henry said, would help us fight our battles. Franklin went to Europe, and obtained ammunition, money and men to help us fight. Yes, Franklin could amusingly say—he was always full of wit--that too many of those wanting to help fight in America wanted to be generals, but Franklin was the last person to underestimate the assistance foreigners gave us in the fight against the British. I am sure, Mr. Secretary, you do not underestimate this ass.stance. You as a military man know how to appreciate the services rendered by such men as LaFayette, De Kalb, Kosciusko and Von Steuben. Fortunately, the European state THE ROCK MUST BE REMOVED! departments had no such ruling as ours. I need not tell you, Mr. Secretary, as a former military man, of the battle of Yorktown, which was the decisive battle in defeating the British. You know as well as I that the number of Frenchmen or foreigners fighting at America's side in that battle equalled the number of Americans under Washington. I am reminded, Mr. Secretary, of an old Yankee story—of a poor woman, who was so poor that she always had to borrow from some neighbor the very tub in which she washed her clothes. But one good day, she became sufficiently affluent to buy a tub—and then she said, "From now on, I will never borrow or lend a tub." I hope, Mr. Secretary, American ideals as exemplified by the State Department, will register a loftier note than this. With assurances of my great esteem, I am AN AMERICAN CITIZEN. We Musi Speak The seriousness of the Palestine situation cannot be overemphasized. There is grave danger thut the latest dilly-dally tactics of the United States at the United Nations place the entire partition plan in danger of capsizing. Refusing to take a stand to enforce the action of the United Nations by implementation, shows proof that the United States is still playing politics with Palestine. Delaying tactics and postponement of the partition program is the present thought of the State Department. It is up to the People to speak loud and forcefully of our feelings. Wire and write your senators now—demanding that our government back up its previous approval of the Partition Plan. Thin in The Moment The United Jewish appeal has termed the "Year of Destiny." This term was coin., I the National Conference held in Atlantic C T December, when delegates from all J the country adopted unanimously a S25Q min mum goal for 1948. The National Conference of the United |m| Appeal, held in Washington last week-end! demonstrated that the Jews of this nation are dJ termined to live up to the epochal challenge, the "Year of Destiny." The spirit of high resoh, which pervaded the ranks of the delegates | which marked the official opening of the wide campaign for $250,000,000 showed American Jewry is determined to rescue .* %  1.500,000 Jewish survivors of Nazism, to inteqral them in the life of countries of their choia whether in Palestine, Europe, the United Stad or elsewhere. Focal point of discussion was emergency i tion to safeguard the United Nat.ons decision) Palestine and facilitate the scheduled in tion this year of 75,000 Jewish refugees to 1 independent Jewish State in the Holy Land. 1 construction of the 830,000 Jews remaining J Eastern Europe, and aid to newcomers to '^ country were additional fronts of the life-re programs of the United Jewish Appeal agencd depending on the $250,000,000 campaign. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., General Chairmaid the United Jewish Appeal, presented the migi challenge to the 5,000 Jewish communities in I United States when he told the assembled titl gates: "We now face one of the most moments in the history of the Jewish people.' the Jews of America accomplish in 1948 thro the United Jewish Appeal will have a dean] o'fect on the destiny of Jewish people everywi The United Nations have given us an opport both to build an independent state and, all same time, to empty the displaced camps] Europe. We must marshall our spiritual and I terial resources for the supremely urgent tasb| the United Jewish Appeal." The National Conference in Washington i a great milestone. It launched the largest^ paign in the history of private welfare ui takings. Now it is up to every Jewish mani woman in this country to help realize the 000.000 goal of the United Jewish Appeal. H has entrusted us with the task of lighting the i to a better future for the devastated Jewish p* overseas. We have the opportunity to bcaqi fruition the dream of countless Jewish genera* —a Jewish State in the Land of Israel. We dare not fail. We shall not fail, Wei go forward to victory over the forces which r to crush all Jewish life in Europe. When upon to contribute, we must give on a heroic Nothing less will do—this is the moment-^l the hourthis is the Year of Destiny^ J Community Honors llablii Kwit man Yeshiva Head Aids JSSIl Dining room of the Tides hotel was filled to capacity Sunday with members of the local community who came to pay their respects to Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva university at a reception tendered in his honor. Dr. Belkin, head of the only university in America under Jewish auspices, came to Miami to confer %vith educational leaders in this area. for bi Coin an A / it ,n has through his personal effort obtained U0 new members for the -h Social Service Bureau, according to an announcement by Us president. Colon.-1 K Rabbi Zwitman made tv. peals at his Si v i in Temple 1 which resulted in thi bers for the bureau Hi .pledged himself to raise that number to loo by March IS Max Etra was chairman the evening. Participants in the program included Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Joseph E. Rackovsky and Murray Grauer. and Dr. Herbert S. Goldstein; also Rabbi Oscar Z. Fasman, president of the Hebrew Theological College; James T. Wilson, superintendent of public schools in Dade County, and Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe. president of the University of Miami.. Dr. Belkin in his address traced I the various phases of the Jewish I J.S.S.B. serves transient. well as local cases of the m The bureau is a participating agency of the Community Chest William Herin. Miami attorney, will describe his experiences in the Orient when he addresses the members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club, today, 12:15 p.m., in the Downtown Club. Seybold Arcade. He will be introduced by Bill Pallot, cochairman of the luncheon committee. Chairman Stein Names Workers (C ntinued fi m Page 11 II Hul nd Archli 1 %  I %  I i .• r Edelateli K'lnn N tiai P Un | A. Kohl i. it A. UI li \ I. S.IMiil II ...I j itw Ktna H Ku n, ,1 %  ""' x Com-: UM..I K M ..... -. %  A Kannei ... %  tiller. SI Podell M %  %  H / '',', %  'l ; Nd Sail, N l iioidnn : """Oman, s. n P. %  : %  %  BUI i.. • K Sir a,. J an7j'z %  '-''iHty, Jules The visitor occupied the pulpit position in the United States. Inlof the Miami Jewish Orthodox his address he also discussed the Congregation Tuesday night future plans for Yeshiva uniwhere he spoke to members and versity. I friends of the congregation. Uilletti w-cai II .1 *,,,.,,* %  ... 1>. Mill. •, Weln • %  Bti mil r WaMi ,il B Bhapoffi restaurant*— IM Bnyder, S Kaplan and \> Bilverinun, retail -t M Ham Silver; .-li'ns —Abraham Hl.iii. Max Nankin, I BP.-i. in. II M. %  tz and i Roihm in; !—•*-' fare a .ii., 11 A ii Mei eif. .' %  wea II la lobaon Hoteh Mai i Libermap, li ylni r %  j |ih (lartlm i and Hejn I Won %  %  Mi %  A '. .I.I i a Uw dill.Joe Rose, Mi I '. LeWil and Mis i %  Myers Mi ii,,i".in.in in.ii Miami chairman, Itahbl Mai Shapiro; major*. Elrj Max Kllvar, Herma i Binder, Mn PYann i lanela, Mai \ Pelnber*, Mm Ueorge Chertkof, lira. Carp ..ml Sidney Lewis; capialna. i %  Lusk). .I.i. k SIMIII-. Mr. an.l U \. %  i., i '...II. i'. i uarnett, ii:,..a.-. Bakowlts, MrDorothy Ai; %  • M -i,i..... Dwoakln, tlorrla Mi R Berk, Mm. Blmon Itudin, MnLillian Dwoakln, Un Max SIPRVI, Mrs Roae Borkln. A,le •,, orgt Itai hlln. Prank Roae, Poo e, lrvMl I •., ,; Hobol, Mrs N. H. M r.,i i,i in... MM, Be nard Mn John Ti mpli Mrs. Albert I' ibbln, Mi ll.iii v siui-i, Mi %  KM-II MI Bbl Kovln, Mm LoillJ Mrs Nal Kata, Mrs Victor M< Mrs Abe s, hei iman, III Bfli. Mrs Ethel Beck, Mn M Mi T II. Kata, Mi %  n man Rldm v Btepkln, Mi a J>"" Mi Phyllis Elnhorn, Dr, Leonard Bpiegal. 1 I ildnej in, inn.in and \ ex AUin i rman Rabbi \M n majoi \i Pi. ,i., Kalan In, %  l"M|.li Minv.-. N .l,, s ,.,,|i nun%  \\ iltei Ki I :•• i Mrs \ i F.mand Mrs Harold Auslai der; i aptalne, *" %  • Wi %  Hi Lillian MU


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Y FEBRUARY 27. 1948 fJenisti fhridtiari PAGE FIVE fl „,inv Cordon jar MM*v Sat ,.„• and Mrs. Harry Gordon L.cW 10th Ave., are ask.ng P 4 %  mnnv friends to join with many eir STcomtol Sunday afterhe It the Bar Mitzva of their Kmie. Jimmie will be con' -. rplieious ser Beth David d at religious services^Satriay morning at PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Gelles of Mattapan, MOBS., are vacationing at the Edwards hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Gelles is a well-known Mattapan Zionist.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaplan of 115 Venetian Way, DiLido Island, announce the birth of a daughter, Alice Frieda, on February 22 in St. Francis hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ravitz of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kaplan of the Bronx. M Miss Ester Argintar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, spent last weekend in Tallahassee where she attended a special weekend celebration of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Miss Argintar is a past president of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simms have their nephew, Edward Simms of Brooklyn visiting them for a few weeks. The Simms live at 2110 S.W. 16th St. + Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno have moved into their new home at 755 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin have as their guest Dr.. Levin's mother, Mrs. Mollie Levin of Cleveland. Mrs. Becky Myers of Greensboro, N. C, is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Nathan Adelman of 1421 N.W. 1st St. % %  % %  : %  > A Torah Jimmy Gordon Congregation and will address [the worshippers present. Rabbi [Max Shapiro will respond. kiddush in the Talmud will follow the services. The Miami Municipal Audijjnum. 320 N.E. 5th St.. will be Ithe scene of Sunday afternoon's Ifestivitus from two to six. Out of town relatives and Ifriends here for the occasion inIdudiMrs R V. Brandt of New fork, end Mrs. M. L. Bayard of [Philadelphia, aunts of the Bar htitzva, and Mrs. Isaac Habif of IHavana. Cuba, a friend of the family Miss Cohen, Lipsitz Plan April Wedding Lipsitz. 624 S.W. 14th Ave.. is a ; graduate of the University of i Florida and a member of Tau Betrothal of Miss Jeanette | Epsilon Phi fraternity. He served Flora It. Hiekey CORSETIERE and DESIGNER Formerly of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami. Fla. Phone 3-1882 Miss Greenberg Engaged To Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenberg, 1950 S.W. 16th St. have announced the engagement of their daughter. Jeanette. to Cornell Wolf. A party was given in the couple's honor Sunday night by Mrs. Fay Tupler, Miami Beach. Mr. Wolf is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolf, Miami Beach. An early summer wedding is planned. Opera Guild of Miami Presents "MADAME BUTTERFLY" WITH IKI'l-IM RESNIK Leading Metropolitan Soprano and An All-Star Cast MARCH 13. 15. 17 At Miami Senior H. S. Auditorium Tickets On Sale At Burdine's 3rd Floor, Phone 9-1332; Cordelia's, Amidon's, Miami Beach Radio Co., and Guild Office, 625 S. W. 29th Rd.. Phone 3-5967. Cohen to Milton L. Lipsitz has been announced by her mother. Mrs. Ida Cohen. 1220 S.W. 25th Ave. Plans are being made by the couple for an April wedding. Miss Cohen attended Walsh five yea rs in the infantry. The prospective bridegroom is a member of the firm of Leo Landis, C.P.A. IT'S SUCH FUN TO HAVE A SWEET TOOTH TREAT IT TO OUR C ANDY-OF-TH E WEEK CHOCONUTS $1.25 BOX Luscious soft caramel smothered between pecans on top and delectable chocolate underneath LAURA LKK CANDIES 2300 N. W. 36th ST.. MIAMI Or at any of our authorized dealers Daughters of Israel The Daughters of Israel Ritullarium. located at 151 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, has announced the appointment of Mrs. | Giza Lawrence as permanent caretaker. Mrs. Lawrence maintains her residence on the preiscs and further information may be obtained by phoning her at 58-9825. ^ftmutt :)'Jlcasant Cmtualcsciutt Jtmue OF MIAMI. INC. 1408 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE ANNOUNCING A NEW CONVALESCENT HOME OPENING ON MARCH nun A bright cheerful institution for convalescents. Catering to the Jewish community of Miami. Special diets and nursing care provided. House Physician always on call. Reasonable rates. Strictly Kosher meals. Reservations now being accepted. Write or Phone 58-9559 I. GERTMAN, Director %. SunsJuAt lasAions New! Special hangers for skirts and trousers 6 for 1 Handy little hangers for your skirts and trousers — simple to use and made to endure SEE Til KM DEMONSTRATED ALL THIS WEEK on the Strei t Floor After seeing them in operation, you'll want to stork up at this wonderful price' No clamp marlci Trousers can't fall off Compact for easy traveling wickel-plated and rust proof Save space in closet* Easier and quicker to use Ke P creases in—wrinkles out Adjustable to cuff sites Skirts hang naturally from w ist band %  UHDiNE'S. MIAMI, NOTIONS. SECOND FLOOR School of Business Science and was a member of Pi Rho Zeta sorority. She is a member of the Emanon club and Hadassah. Mr. Lipsitz, son of Mrs. Rose m TAT BOTrTTHjAlRIS, %  I I.,. c.i.o.i'OMol I j S. •'• coo.imwi. I 14) I FLAGU* ST OPEN 10.. | 11:48 8UNDAS S3 AN APPEAL The administration's weak stand on Palestine at the Tnited Nations endangers the creation of a Jewish Homeland when it is most needed by the homeless Jews off Europe. Every Jew should write or wire our Senators immediately to intervene with President Truman to urge his effective support off the I' uiicri Nations I lee is ion on Palestine. Write or Wire SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER AND SENATOR SPESSARD L HOLLAND TODAY! MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT



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PAGE SIX Yagour Judaea SoiiiilVsl Winner Picking a winner in the Young Judaea Song Festival, sponsored by the Young Judaea Leaders Council of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, was a difficult task, according to the judges. In celebration of Jewish Music Month, the festival was held at the Beth Jacob Con tion, Sunday. February 22nd. Bringing in the decision of the winning group were Pierre Little of the Dade Countsschools, his daughter. Miss Little. I Samuel Kelemer : Temple Beth Sholom. who is p Cantors Association of G Miami, and Joshua Stadlan ol the Hebrew Academy. The winning group was Yagour which is led by Miss Selmi l. Young Judae.i Gi Beersheba. Benot Yacob, Chalutzim, Tel Aviv. Macca Yagour. each presented two Hebrew songs. In conclusion, all groups gathered to sing "Am Visroel Chai." The judges announced that theii decision was based on the following points: presentation, musical ability, voice, rhythm, expression (interpretation), and pronunciation of words. Then choice, for second place was the Tel Aviv Group winch is lead by Miss Beverly Raphael at the Miami Beach Jewish ( munity Center. The winning group meets at the Beth Jacob Congregation. Groups will celebrate this week with ; their individual clubs. Presentation of the plaqui made by Mrs. Doris Pai d,-nt of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah, an tive secretary of tht V Youth Commisi The groups weri Cantor Jacob Y G f the Miami Beach J .unity Center, who was assisted bs eph Schreibman at th< Officers of the Yagour \ are Paula Belinky. Mailer, chon. Elaine Zitsei C Betsy Bardon and Bai Brooks. Tel Aviv leadei Sylvia Ger, L Rose. Jack Schiller and I) Draskin. vli i Temple Methodist ;i in that town is to be I %  kei 1 !' %  ill spi ak on ibject "Ni \t '1 Kmil." David Raab who will iduce : %  Meth::. la.-t Suinlay. A : : of the Forl Laudei lale Minis%  • a evei end is • i outstan I of the south. A reception follows th( services in honor of Rev. Hangi r and the members of Park Temple church who have been invited to attend Friday night. C. M.GAY COMPTROLLER STATE OF FLORIDA ABLE EFFICIENT EXPERIENCED I Paid Political Adv) NOW OPEN NOW OPEN TINY TOWN SERVICE, Inc. 130 Sunset Drive, South Miami Announces its Grand Opening. A new and complete Baby Diaper Service. Modern equipment to satisfy every detail for thorough sterilization. For further information telephone 3-4553. SoMany Years And it lives on in Jewish Tradition Beth David Ball Latest p %  [Bel D %  rhood i.. c istume ball to he held April 4 at thi A V. PI : i formulated day evening etii by Mrs S J means cha : Mian. .i\ ':.. Mr .oal Mrs Augusl Mr. and Mi-.ii Lau are %  %  :..! chaii ei Try this tempting treat HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN A LA KING All the high-quality HorowitzMargareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, old home-stvle Jewish, way. Economical, too .. save work, time, money! Ik* iaUm Uth ifou i/i good: lit* a ima. UlliHouiti Kaiii*\; \m\mx\\\mm\mm CARSTAIRS ( White Seal M -^KjJ 'UNDID WMISHI Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami, Florida Phone 2-7405 For So Many Years .. THE FESTIVE WHISKEY PREFERRED IN JEWISH HOMES After the Havdalah, at the get-together to mark the departure of the Sabbath Queen or at the Saturday night party which follows, Carstairs White Seal is an appropriate part of the festivity because it blends admirably with the joyous atmosphere. And no wonder, for Carstairs White Seal is the perfectly balanced blend rich ye 1 light; mild yet hearty—truly a festive whiskey for a toast on the Sabbath and holidays and on all joyous occasions. CARSTAIRS WUHniTIE SIEAIL B J.f Wh PE k RFECTLY BALANCED BLEND ""• """ %  Co.. In,. B^lm„. Md.



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1948 ^Jeniitiflcricii^n PAGE SEVEN You cannot bring back ... last year's dead. You cannot eat ... last year's bread. You cannot give ...on last year's basis. it'.' NOTICE TO CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEERS A Workers Rally for all volunteers in the Metropolitan Unit of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal will be held on TUESDAY NIGHT. MARCH 2 at 8 P.M. AT THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue The pioneers, at watch in the parched sands of the Negev, do not complain: "We had our fill of dust and danqer last year." The weary hearts, still beating to reach Palestine, do not moan: "No use—we failed last year." The United Nations decreed a Jewish State this year. Born out of the aqony of those who need it, dedicated with the life-blood of those who build it. All glory to the builders and fighters! So it must be when liberty is born But the givers, too, have their part. We in America know this. There was a day in 1776, when our young republic tottered. France voted 19 million francs to save the light of freedom in the new world. There was a day in 1782 when our newlyrJorn republic needed givers. Haym Salomon at prayer in his synagogue in Philadelphia, heard the summons. He could have answered, "No". He could have said: "Sorry, but I sacrificed a fortune to the cause of liberty last year." Haym Salomon re-entered the synagogue; he entered history, for with the aid of his fellow-worshippers the sum was raised—at once, within the hour. The roll-call of history is being answered proudly on every ambushed road, in every beleaguered village of Palestine. The roll-call now sounds for the Jews of America also. The givers, too, have their part. i In this historic moment, what will you do ... So that the homeless can be fed and sheltered, so that the harried house can be held, so that the Land of Israel can rise gloriously from the long wastes of suffering. ^ UNITED JEWISH APPEAL jbr £2SO, OOO, OOOm/a/mutn/ on behalf of JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE • UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL UNITED SERVICE FOR NEW AMERICANS Henry Morgenlhau, Jr. • Genera/ Chairman



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vjwistflcridifor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, P AGE EIGHT Personally Speaking Mrs. Sylvia Raab of Brooklyn is visi.inq her soni Rabbi Albert L. Raab. was installed m a local synagogue oy lather, Rabbi Solomon Raab, of Brooklyn. ^* ^* ^^ Three Greater Miamians received degrees from Jhe Univers'y of Michigan this month. They are R-^^^^^ N.W. 13th St., B.S.; Rita Marion Hyman. 300 Royal Palm A Miami Beach. B.A.; and Lew.s Shenker. 1602 Meridian A Miami Beach, B.S. Miss Helen Glueck and Miss Ruth Glueck: |i*s Borman Rabbi's fflanee Announcement is being made pnine Berman, darter of Mrs. Ruth Bitman of %  %  "• ., St to Rabb. Jacob MUgrom. He f the son of Mr and Mr.. Isaac MUgrom of Brooklyn, N. Y. Bi Miss Berman, a sophomi i 5 i f Miami, is on the Hebrew staff of the Miami ,.. d x Congi gation and tl %  Jewish Studies Miami YM & WHA. Rabbi MUgrom luated %  '•'•' his ordination at the Jewish Theological Seminary and his ter's i e at Columbia uni•v At pr< i : the Anshe Ei i C ngregation of Home Picnic Launches Junior Hadassah Drive First functum of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah s wW membership drive will take nlaco this Sunday afternoon, at 1:30 p.m.. according to an announcement by Miss Florence Hildebrandt, chairman. A "mcmbei-bring-a-member" picnic Will be held on the lawn of Mrs Max Dobrin. West Rivo (Uto Drive. Rivo Alto Island. Each girl is to bring lunch for herself and the new member, her "admission requirement." and the unit will provide the "trimmings. Miss Toby Cooper has written series of skits and parodies on current songs and style trends of interest to young women, to feature the specially arranged program, which also includes a surprise guest speaker. Stressing the importance of in, ased membership at this present time in Jewish history. Miss Hildebrandt urged all young women in the area between the ages of 18 and 23 to attend the event. Other committee chairmen, are: correspendance, Roslyn Worth; publicity. Trudi Lach: hospitality. Ankus and Phyllis Wilpen: arrangements and decorations. Terry Cohen and Ronsie Wasserman; program, Beverly Raphael and Toby Cooper; refreshments. Natalie Samuels, and games. Dorothy and Roslyn Elbaum. $250,060 Goal For Cancer Society A goal of $250,000 has b n M by the Dade County Can? £ Ciety for their drive which bee !" this week. The money is to Z used for a Cancer Detection and Diagnostic clinic to be built in the county. J. Gerald Lewis is president of the society; W. George Kennedy vice president; Paul M. Brinm secretary; David Phillips, treas urer. Leonard A. Wien is serving as campaign chairman. The clinic will be open to all citizens regardless of race, creed or place of residence. Persons unable to pay will receive equally thorough examinations and treatments free of charge. A colored section will also be provided. Dade County Cancer society maintains its office at 800 N.E. Second Ave., room 10. SAFE and SURE RAT [ CONTROL^ ^y Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Complete TERMITE CONTROL Bonded Guarantee Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. COMPLETE PEST COM ML tfOI Tempting Meat Dinner Ready in a Jiffy! U. S. Government inspected pure kosher heel prepared under strictest rabbinical superviLEVINSQN 165 N. E. 24th Street Miss Roth Betrothed To Rabbi Sincoff Miss Yolanda Roth and Rabbi Benjamin Sincoff will exchange March 21 in the Hotel Warwick. New York City. Their ennent was announced recently by her parents, Dr, and Mrs 1. m R ith of New York. s m of Mrs Yetta Sincoff of Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Sin ff of the Conservative regation in GreensN. C has been a frequent ir here. Roth is ;. graduate of Juliard. Her fiance was graduated Yeshiva university and the Jewish Thi .' Seminary. Tires — Tubes — Batteries — Auto Accessories — Road Seme* Carburetor and Electrical Work — Gas. Grease and Oil Bob Perry Tire and Battery Co. Phone 3-9158 and 3-2296 127 N. W. 20th Street Miami, Florida Distributed by MMMi SPECIALTIES Phone 3-7791 the original JO/EPH J.RAWUOn fot*H@*im Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 YOUB INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Tax Conaultant Opened Evening by Appointment Main Office. 7117 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Beach Office, 1011 5th St., Prince George Hotel Miami Beach Office, 7435 Colllnt Ave. Phone 7-0563 Phone 5-3345 ext. 40 Phone 6-4011 LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES Co. Exclusive Distributors of Manischewitz & Rokeach Products Wolff's Groats — Tamar Kosher Meats 165 N. E. 24th Street Telephone 3-77M UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND II OOST I II S DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 LEO E1SENSTEIN • >W


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UIDAV, FEBRUARY 27, 1048 W*J Wl Reception Greets Zionist Leader •" .... chanirn will |the R "e C ,piion committee in honor Shapiro will head mmittc fa Secal. general secretary K*eJcwl!h National Worker-. u ncc (Farband) and member i he World Zionist Actions commitec and Jewish Agency. T.kinR Place Saturday eve%  ^t the Edward hotel, 10th Tina Collins Ave.. Miami Beach L reception is being arranged b v a group of tourists and friends 5 the Histadruth.


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PAGE TEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the subject "I Liked Gentlemen's Agreement,' But." A reception fellows with Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer in charge of ai ments assisted by Mrs. J. A. Richter, and .Mrs. David Bass, Mrs. Stella Hantman will recite the bles iin s over the Sabbath lights. Adult study group will meet Saturday n at 10 a.m. to discuss "Are P Answered? S iturday m :es at 11 a.i R >bi will preach on the biblical the wi Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening p.m. Special Br, thi ic s, R< %  • .' ihn H. Hanj Park Temple Methodist chui %  • i. dale, will the subjecl "Next K \ m follow %  Mis. Dana Wells will Sunol and H( at 10 Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. %  I," in e the Rev. Thomas ( lisl who will sp i Mrs. L %  S M .. Bark ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloii; Cantor Louis J. Feder. eve children's ..'. 4 30 p.m. A. It 5:30. Cantor Samuel nt 1 hoir under of Eli S Early S th n nil %  will be Rabbi Dr. .' Abramsnn who will spi subjecl "Current Problems Cantor Vlgoda will chant the service [ntermedii te service 1 youth at 9 .>:v. under the si i Junior C : lion 1 of el< under th< su Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush d to bol Mrs Joseph Brenner and a Sisl committee. Bible studj I s I. Frii 5:30 followed by S Rabbi N. Two: sky. M %  bi T will be .. i veil Mai 3:30 ( Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky. Fridi p.m. Saturd vsky v t 1 Nile." 1 n the P tion I 1 fol• by Maariv D .'ices 1 •.; n ll I I ed b; Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12ih ave. Rabbi Simon April. %  Late • t service I S I nceol ice." J .;. con lucted by the junior 5 p.m. followed by S -i the P Sunda; 3:15 to 6:15 p m. Life Iniuranc* Ettalet Authoritatively Programmed NAT G AN S Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 3-5CCO LlUNSib AHphufifoCbffTMCrOPS 6*9 N.W.d*JtVeefc. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17ih .v.. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Services Friday ai 5:30 p.m. F iday evening forum at 8 30 p „ Rabbi Dav.d Hill, nal vice president of the Coun[srael, wil be guest He will speak on the subject "How Can We Choose 11be S i •''"' "" Rottenbei e at I K ed Blumn of Mi '' v ~ nthal %  : mand ed by ,1 10 3 30 CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. i t : R Ti Ik n will a the llowThe li by I mor n. Seyi 'inlay. %  Mil i at 1 0 jnday I I R :' at 7:15 a ill \ i iam L Miami Beach Jewish Comrauniiy, 1415 Euclid avo., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. |.-. |day evening services at 5:30 p.m Guest speaker will be Rabbi Goldfarb who will speak on the subject "Our Rendezvous With Destiny," Rabbi Lehrman will Introduce me speaker. Satmorning service at f) a.m. Rabbi will preach on the Weekly r ti n of the Law. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. Youth ,. breakfast Sunday morn%  ing at 9 o'clock Hebrew religious school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sundav school ID a.m. till noon. Pre-Kinderarteii scho.il Monday through Frinoi minis 9 a m. till 12 noon. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Fi: lay evening sei vices at 8:15 p.m. Rev. Joseph Barth, minister %  %  Ui :' ,.,ii Clinch of Mann. will speak en "The Fact of Iherl Sabbath service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45 .i m. I riild en from the ages ,,f 4'j to 14" •_ %  Hifih school of Sunday morning ai 9 45 a in. for young people 15 .ftHl_ ItfGVST BROS R Yl ** Is thcDESTf 'ti S. •!. IrtM'fllliail HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 Miami Hebrew School Schedules P ur i m Ball Miami Hebrew scWi Junior congregation areTl m ing their third annual P Sunday. March „ Ur M center. 35 N.W. 2nd St. C Max Apfelbaum i, Bo „ chairman of the aff air ^ Wm are Mrs Herbert FelZ tickets: Mrs. Max Jacob skina "j Mrs. Nat Blumberg. ^ ment; Mrs. Ben Sokoioff !" freshments: Mis F. L Bel,' journal chairman, assisted ck Jack Stone and Mrs. Louij A„ gust; Mr. M A ,„, 1)aum *J and gifts. mKi Subscriptions I ,r the journal which will br distributed at the dance may he obtained by callin, Mrs Becker, 3-1025; Mrs. P^JS 3-6JJ1; ,„• Mre Jacobskmi PS of age and over. Hebrew class, alternate Wednesday afternoons, boys and girls, ages 71, to 13. Nursery school, children from 2V6 to 5. Daily morning sessions. For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Or for any other Kashruth information \V:it, its executive director, Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If Ii'i Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3756 | Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ i F GIVEX PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 CAR STORAGE RIGHT DOWNTOWN: lv ; •.; ble R • %  i,; lect foi Longer, Depen lable Service MACK'S GARAGE EXPERT REPAIRS 56 S. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-9906 MIAMI 36, FLORIDA CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE pl "Bortl, o.po.in PHONE 2-4128



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FUIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1948 pioneer Women sj'i Honor |>iiiii"' Rate Ninth Annuul Donor Dinner ol tnP Greater Miami Council ol pj inecr Women will take place at Manning's Restaurant, Biscayne Blvd., Sunday evening, March •>8th at 6 Pm The affair was announced by Mrs. Sam Bild president and Moatzoath Hapoaloth chairman of the Greater Miam j Council of Pioneer Women a i a meeting held last evening at ,|„ i. ,me of Mrs. Joseph Mint7.es 815 4th St.. Miami Beach. Ulrs. Ilynian Sootin (Kadimah Ch:ipi<'' I was chosen to be chairman of the event, to be assisted by Mrs. Isaac Pushkin (Club 1) gj -chairman. Mrs. Harry AlKadimah) was selected for the toastmistress of the dinner. Entire proceeds of the dinner will go toward the present Palestinian emergency fund of the Moatzaoth Hapoaloth, the Palestinian counterpart of the AmerPioneer Women. This Moatlaoth Hapoaloth (known as the Council of Working Women ol the Histadrut in Palestine) is ntly engaged in the operation of kitchens for the soldiers of the Haganah, in front line first-aid and in courier service between military posts in Palestine DP immigrants entering Palire received at reception centers, maintained by the women of the Moatzath Hapoaloth, where they are rehabilitated and trained for productive work in their new Homeland. HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman, Owner Brotherhood Award Siven Miami Trio Three Greater Miamians revived awards for distinguished service ,„ terms of community welfare at the annual Brotherhood Week banquet of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews n the Miami Woman's dub last monday. They were Judge David J Heffernan, Dr. Glenn C. James md Benjamin E. Bronston, active m the affairs of the conference and many other local civic organizations. Presentation of the (wards were made by Herbert U. Feibelman, Andrew T. Healy and Dr. >H. Franklin Williams, of the University of Miami. City Manager Danner presided at the banquet and introduced Dr. Jess Spirer, of the University of Miami, and Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy. head of the department of human relations, the principal speakers. Harold Turk, chairman of the public relations committee of the Miami Round Table, read President Truman's proclamation setting aside the week of Feb. 22 -o 29 as Brotherhood Week. The citation to Mr. Bronston reads: "For vision and foresight and generosity in making possible at the University of Miami the first Department of Human Relations in the United States, for leaderPAMPER YOUR PALATE AND YOUR POCKETBOOKS Complete Breakfast from 55c Luncheon* from 85c Dinner from $1.75 Open 'til 3 o'clock in the morning N. E. 2nd Aye. ai 4th St. Under the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan Ready-Cooked Kosher Meats Aid Housewives A marked increase in attendance has been noted recently at sisterhood meetings, social gatherings, and shopping centers; and perhaps a portion of the credit for the rise may be accorded to local grocers and delicatessens. These friendly dealers, by their introduction of Tamar Koshei Beef to customers, have enabled thousands of housewives to benefit from the added convenience afforded by this time-saving, work-saving, all-beef product. In addition to Tamar Kosher Beef, grocers and delicatessen stores feature Tamar Kosher Goulash. Hamburger Steak. All are made with only the choicest cuts of U.S. Government inspected pure kosher beef—all beefprepared under the strict supervision of America's leading orthodox rabbis, and ready-cooked according to favorite old-time Jewish recipes. Local dealers who are not yet supplied with Tamar Kosher Meats can secure them by contacting: Levinson Food Specialty Co.. 165 N.E. 24th St.. Miami. Fla., who are the local distributors. *Jml_sti fhrkUan PAGE ELEVEN l\W\ Sponsors Warsaw Artists A presentation of Jewish artists is scheduled by the Jewish National Worker's Alliance, the Labor Zionist Fraternal organization, to take place Sunday eveing at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of Miami Beach High school. The theater evening includesartists from the Warsaw Art Theater. Diana Blumenfeld, Jonas Turkow, Jedidio Epstein. AI Harris and Max Lubetsky, five wellknown European artists included in the program, are stopping in Miami on their tour of the United States and Canada. They will furnish an evening of songs, recitations and one-act plays. Information about the performance is directed to Jacob Tarr, 58-8441 or A. M. Dorff, 850 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, through which reservations may be made. %  I iJli.ill ii ii ii ..III., %  jii".i| Iiniiil mum 3 % % % % %  HI %  I %  i IT ..III..I'm IIIII IN in n The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. Benjamin Bronston ship in community projects that rise above race and creed, for fidelity and service to the work of better inter-group relations, the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews presents this citation on February 23, 1948." And was signed by Director A. W. Gottschall and Co-Chairmen H. Franklin Williams and Andrew T. Healy. WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 5:30 to 6:15 P. M. (until further notice) Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC 170 N.W. 5th St. Ph. 2-9814 PRIVATE DINING ROOM AVAILABLE i&^w&m #'-#.-# on^ewwww Finest Chinese and American Dishes Complete Dinners from $1.50 A La Carte Till 2 A. M. Biscayne Blvd. Between 1st and 2nd Sts. Miami, Fla. THE Holland Inn 4760 N.W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK „ SANDWICH liM? DALLY BLUE ^ m PLATE from OtlC Open 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 8 to 12 Noon Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Under the Personal Supervision of C. F. JERNIGAN Owner SY.IPJECiHS SERVING I N I i I AMtglCANJtWISH OINNtil" ^T. II 1\ J 1 6 C 0 I I N S A ', I IIOYAL PALM HOTEL 1S45 COLLINS AVENUE III\ I \ U ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners Triton Hotel Dining Room On The Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5-6651 THE SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I OMMI\ ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Featuring STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Catering To Parties and Weddings — Phone 5-1264 STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach CASA FERRER0 RESTURANT NOW OPEN Famous for Spaghetti and Italian Dishes Serving Dinner 5 'Til 10 p.m. 128 N.E. 17th Street • Phone 2-7105 SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH ANTILIA HOTU CORAL GABLES l.-NCr Ol LEON BLVI3 Italian American Dinners sUAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD -Wttf A.l UlNCMKON CjHNNC* I I I s I I



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^fcw.giij£-ivj$^J^ PAGE TWELVE *Jenistf^rj^CFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 Beach B'nai B'rith Plays Host To Dr. Sachar, National Hillel Chairman "Ten for a Party" will be the subject of an address by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, historian, educator, and chairman of the B'nai B'rith National Hillel Commission, on Monday, 8.JU p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Walter Kovner, president of the Miami Beach Lodge wmcn is sponsoring the affair, explained 1 that in his lecture Dr. Sachar prereasons to. each choice. It besupposes "that I am inviting the comes a technique for appraising ten most useful personalities alive the values in contemporar) ciyu today to a dinner party I give ization mo st worth preserving The personalities are symb -Is Dr. Sachar was for many y< ars an ass %  Eu r> ai h I at the University ol Illinois and has recently been cited as sible for the tool B'nai B'rith Hillel ,ns from 9 to 1 npuses in Ai i %  • Hi %  %  '• versity of Camb eived Doctoi Philosophy degree The guest 5 p, aker has contributed to manj nal magazines and author of -Sufferance Is the Badge" and other historical last pp this area during the 1947 B'nai .. Djstrid n Ml ami Beach at'.: icted i n than 1000 persons K vner and Harry Zukermck. prograi lairmen, announce that there will I i rved ats and that ticket SI 00 per person will he available at the door. All paid-up memb. Miami Be. and then wives will be admitted Rabb I Rabbi Israel Gol Ifi therIr.come Tax Specialist BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS 4 Years With the Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus. Owner "A Complete Placement Service" 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 in-law ol Rabbi living Leh ;; ,ccupy the pulpit of the MiB lewi • %  M n 'ices this evening p, : ss : of Hazanuth. Jewish i the 2] Rabl Goldfarb will hav< • his topic, "Our is with Destiny." Author of many turgical music, his works include "Song and Praise for the ,th Eve" and "The Jewish Rabbi Gold for the past 43 has occupied the pulp the oldest Brooklyn synagogue. \nshe Emeth." Beach Junior League Holds Leap Year Dance Junior League of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will sponsor f'Lap Year Dance Saturday evening at the new YM & SS 536 Bay Road. Howard Kili president of the group. announced that the proceeds for the dan c e would be given to the United Jewish Appeal. Young adults of the community invited to attend weekly ;,,„,,.< of the Junior League held ne ti0 „ f th e Miami Beach £ wisn Center on Sunday evenings STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too 8m.ll PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 3-1658 Newly formed chapttr i Junior Hadassah of Miami Jn hold election of officer. JM next meeting in the YMw 1S67 S.W. 5th St.. Monday *" PHONE 9-4325 Ben < orhitt Sales 8c Service on SCALES. SLICERS fc GRINDERS FAIRBANKS-MORSE & TRINER SCALES 2734 N. W. 2nd Aye. Miami 37. Fla. CAMP \< IIV A l l GODEFFROY. NEW YORK •Founded by Dr. Samion Benderly" • 22nd Year • Boys-Girl* 6-16 • Only 75 mi. NYC • Dietary Laws • Arti. Craft* • Medical Staff • Land. Water Sport* • Jewish Cultural Activitie* • Nature Study. Gardening • Dramatic*. Folk Dancing • Competent Supervision^ • Write for Booklet "Q" MRS. ETHEL WHARTMAN Box 2973, Jewih Floridian. Miami M. A. BARSHAD Executive Director •457 Broadway. N.Y.C. 18 BR. 9-0850 V K NET] AN B L 1 \ II s FINE QUALITY at POPULAR PRICES Call HALL-BRADY, Inc. SOLE AGENTS THOMAS VENETIAN BLINDS 545^ N. W. 22nd Street Phone 9-7555 Ft. Lauderdale—Phone 4211J 1921 S. Federal Hwy. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phone* 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIOENBERG. Owntr CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA (A modem, select camp for 30 girls) Plai.ned program of >ports, dramatics, dancing, handicraft. nature study. Wholesome, nourishing food and individual attention. Phone 3-3400 or 9-5368 for 1948 details. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE VLADECK BRANCH 699 OF MIAMI WILL SPONSOR A CONCERT SUNDAY. MARCH 7th. AT 8:30 P. M. AT RIVERSIDE SCHOOL S. W. 12th Avenue and 3rd Street Tickets SI.20 (tax included) EAST COAST FISHERIES Phone 3-5514 360 W. Flagler at Bridge Ample Parking See Our Appetizing Display SALT MACKEREL, YELLOWTAIL. TROUT. POMPANO. RED SNAPPER. MACKEREL — We Grind Fish Free — 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 • FAINTING • PAPERHANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Ho 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 U:\.\l LEW A PE SALISBURY MILLS. N. Y. BOYS GIRLS '5—15 YEARS Friday evening services Everything in camping on program Private Lake — Medical Stall Individual Attention Write — Only Few Vacancies Lett CAMP CARLYLE 32 Acres Ideal Summer Camps for BOYS AND GIRLS Age 5 to 14 Years M, H !" ??^9 NVILLE NORTH CAROLINA OM T T U £ A i" AND AT HLETIC ACTIVITIES QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS M.ke Lev.ne University of Miami Physical Education rm^, I. u i tor Pro 9 rar Director ENR £LL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER w )0 MR SBESS GLASSER. Director C0N 3 TACT k nUr d ? n ^ 1 N W r Summ S "*" m.w u' NERS B0B OR JEAN ARNOLD 1438 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach PHONE 5-2988 CAMP OSCEOLA TWO SEPARATE CAMPS FOR JEWISH CHILDREN FOR GIRLS "" 41 on Mills River Horse Shoe, N, c Resident Dor-tor and Nurse Modern Sanitation All Outdoor and Water Sport. Directors: HERBERT SILVER n; K?*J !7 1FOR BOYS on Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N 2500 Elevation Mature Staff Sabbath Services Phone Fla. Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK ond One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Roc" dm. 4S ion


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1948 +-knist) flurSdlicM PAGE THIRTEEN Council Luncheon Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women will dedicate their monthly meeting this week to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Combine j.wish Appeal. Taking the form of a DP luncheon, the affair Will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday m Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Mrs. David Catsman is program chairman. Nomination slate will be read at the meeting. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE in; v r. '• '* '*•"*• THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ORACH) H. DURKIN I mil's J DURKIN. Plaintiff, vs. 1BA<*R '! DURKIN, Defendant 1 TO • |-, Hawthorne street Brooklyn, Now Torn foil are hereby notified and ordered ,, appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 29 day f Maivh, 1948; otherwise the allega.,, said Bill of Complainwill i„. taken as confeeeed against you. Let this order be published once a %  reek for four consecutive weekf In .h n:\VISIl FLORIDIAN, %  newspubllahed in Dade County, DATED this 26th day of February. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. idrrull Court Seal) By M. UNDER FICTITIOUS ..-, NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tnat the undersigned, desi, i„ K to engage in \u? I'I" o" 1 '' 1 th< "' ,|11 """ 1 name 01 Mln-Eds Kestaiirant at 2111'. Fonce dc Leon Blvd., Coral Oables, Ha tend to register said name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of < ounty, Florida. EDWARD MINN IK Wnsinan, BUvei Attorneys for 2/20-27 Is tliu Dn.iv OXEXHKltll OXENBERO *Sakowltz Applicants 3/3-12-19 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encace m business under the fictitious name ol Bayshore Charter & Boat Rentals at \?,T> N %  : Bayshore Place, Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of I >ade Count}. Florida. HOWARD E LEPPER CLARA c. LEPPER Wasman, Silver & Sakowltz Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-27 3/.',-12-l S.\M SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building: Miami 12, Florida % %  ; 3 5-12-M C. ORE EN. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of MARSHALL'S, at 438 41st Street. Miami Beach. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name m the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Conntv. Florida. LARRY HOFFMAN HENRY MARSHALL Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOP, Attorney for applicants 2/20-27 3/5-12 LEGAL NOTICE iv!" ,, N0TICE TO APPEAR ,., l 7.'. 1 :-. %  '"•-L.'IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL <:IRCU1T %  l 1 1 'Ji""" A IN AND FOR DADE M7M?B. N '" ANCKUY No EUGENE KLING-MUELLER, Plain tiff. vs. Al.in-JIU'A O. M.i.v.„ Ml EI.I.ER. Defendant. lo: ALBERTA o. FORTEN (or AliUKltTA o. KORTSON) 2Kb) Santee Avenue Columbia, South Carolina YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that EUGENE KLINO-MUELLER, your former husband plaintiff in this cause, has filed a Petition to Modifj the Final Decree of Divorce entered on August 22, 1946, by the Honorable ROSS WILLIAMS. Senior Circuit Judge. You are hereby required to III, your written Appearance, Answer or other pleadings to said Petition with the Clerk ol the above Btyled Court on or before the istli day of March, A. D. 1 tt 1 s; otherwise, the alienations of said Petition will be taken as confessed by you. IT IS ORDERED that this Notice be published once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks in the JEWISH I'I.I >RIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th day of February. A. D. 194X. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. V1VION B RUTHERFORD 60.", Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff. 2 80-27 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 Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorABE KIKSCHKNBAUM. 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 & COMPANY ALL FORMS 1 including — AUTOMOBILE | FIRE* W INDSTORM % COMPENSATION | LIABILITY | LIFE ^ "BONDS I TELEPHONE = 9-3836 \ 406 CONGRESS BLDG. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 7-11 Red Road Club at 711 N. W. 57th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILFRED L. KING ANOBEL KING STANLEY CARTER Partners. MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants. 2/27 3/5-12-19-26 NOTICE TO APPEAR „_, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 114630. Cl i.NSTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL, Plaintiff, vs. JOAN PAPPAMACKEL. also known as JOAN MICHAELS, Defendant. TO: JOAN PAPPAMACKEL also known as JOAN MICHAELS'. 40-18 Hampton Street, Jackson Heights, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by CON8TANTINE PAPPAMACKEL, your husband, in the above styled cause and in the aliove named Court; and you are further notified you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on or before the 8th day of March, A. D. 1948, otherwise the alienations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order Is to be published once a week, for four (4) consecutive w.eks. In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. Dated this 7th day of February. A. D. 1948. E. R. LKATHEKMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ. WEINKLE £ ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 2/13-20-27 3/5 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 114S92. MORRIS OLEANA, Plaintiff, vs. MARY GLEANA, Defendant. To: MARY GLEANA, 2069 80th Street, Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 19th day of March, 194S. Dated this lth day of February. 191V E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN", Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 327 Calumet Building Miami. Florida 2/20-27 3/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of Oullford Poultry Co. at 101 N. W. 8th Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS GRONKR SHIRLEY GELMAN MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants. 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 or Sunshine Luncheonette at 500 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SYDNEY MARGOLIN Sole Owner. MARX FEINBERG Attorney for Applicant. 2/27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Bennett Wholesale Company at 7M N E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name With the Clerk ol the Circuit Cout of Dade County. F.orida AKp mmBna Sole Owner. 2,27 3/5-12-19-26 XOHTll BEACH HOME PATROL 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employees For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Park Cleaners and Hand Laundry at M8 N W. 3Cth Street. Miami. Fla. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS and RUTH GITTLEMAN 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 4012-4016 Red Road. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HEN FEINBERG ALBERT BARON. Partners. HARRY DIET7. Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. 2 S-U-20-27 3/5 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 115012. NINA KANTAK1S. also known as MAR1ANNA KANTAKIS, Plalntitl, vs JOHN KANTAKJS, Defendant. TO: JOHN KANTAKIB Residence: Unknown You are hereby notified and^ required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before March 29, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order !„ %  published once a week for tour successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. Dated this 23rd day of February, 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN. clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. OREBN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at i>w 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1 27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 115013. DOMIN1CK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff. vs. MARY LO GIUDICE. Defendant. To: MARY LO GIUDICE 103-34 42nd Avenue Corona, I-ong Island, New York You an hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, OH or before March 29, 1948. otherwise the bill of complaint Will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 23rd day of February. 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seali By M C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1021 Beybold Building Miami, Florida. 2/27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sheridan Bake Shop at 519 41st Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BENJAMIN K1RSIIMAN 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 Ann's Luncheonette at 136 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JAMES GERALD SECUNDA S


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iN Musio Council §ehedles Affairs X s a culminatioi to Jewish Month celebrated th'oughS the country, the Jewish Music FRIDAY, FEBRUARY? 1948 oi Council .1 G .mmumty affairs v will be held rhui h and Cantor Kelemer Presents Music Quiz In Observance Of Jewish Music Month "It is indeed an honor to have been chosen chairman of the Greater Miami Music Council," stated Cantor Samuel Keiemer of Temple Beth Sholom. when interviewed in connection witn the Music Council's current observance of Jewish Music Montr The Jewish Music Council is sponsored by the Bureau Jewish Education, the Miami Beach Y and the Miami Y and the Cantors' Association. "On the subject of Jewish music and Jewish composers, 1 know of no better quotation than a series of questions and answers by Professor Jacob Weinberg, Jewish composer and musicologist, which I quote below." continued Cantor Kelemer. Q. Tell me. please, is there any Jewish music'.' A. My answei on your answer to "Is there a J< people'.' It the Jews are they, like other peo] spiritual treasures, traditions and features of their own, su< language, religion literatun tory, the arts i I Q. All right, but how can one determine a musical comp as "Jewish?' It isn't as to distinguish a Jev from a Gallic or Slavonic t; A. Why not Don't u n melodies as Russian or Italian" ; : "'' n n Q. Does .: Powerfully h. lects • of large countries? A. By all means Th s ca i w .11 i %  tor S %  Kelemer %  • not Beth Shol 10 at 8 p.m %  ,! %  Be • Music Entitled Jev MUSK pio.: :: ide 1 wng. %  s Anci. n t I bath Mui nin teenth and ,, Y,ddish Folk I Palestinii n F II S will incl :. i %  %  Si ii KJ lemei ai I M B eibman: 1 f Louis Powi %  '-'" n .... H F %  P R > %  Masha C I bi free C IUI • JewEducatioi M Y M II A Y.M.H A. and the Chicago Journalist Vacationing Here s B Komaiko l spending several weeks in Miami with friends an d relatives and is the housegU esl ol Ml and Mrs. Charles Bach, 2567 S.W. 3rd St. NERVOUS TENSION? \ true of our Sephardic and Ashkenazie 11 Russian Yiddis Q depaiof Jewish musi A. N >. Despit ancieI I Jewish n cal idiom is i by a Jew to his a Gen: Q. Should a con •.ween thi I'.. ntal and Occidental (H( elements A our mu A, Just thi 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 $10.60. European plan $5.00. Phone Ctearwater 2567 for reservation. Q A Jew ish ( I im, isn't he? A. Pn v Ij %  :.c when comj i n e, just :.. I IS! H Q. It sei %  5S I A. 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FRID AY FEBRUARY 27, 1948 11V ES OF OUR TIMES %  ii n **** f *"-*#rr PAGE FIFTEEN l930,G0V,F.Wj$£ytLT WlOTRIIUTETOlHEJMWHO ItAPER OfW GENERATION IY NAMING THE NEW BUILDING OF THf STATE COLLEGE OF FORESTRY AT SYRACUSE AfTERWM..... !£U!OiARSHALL %  i -&K: %& m IN SYRACUSE, N.Y, IN 1856, MARSHALL WAS SUCH A BRILLIANT STUDENT THAT ON THE DAY OF HIS ADMISSION TO THE NY. STATE BAR HE WAS INVITED TO BECOME A PARTNER OF ONE OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS. ***** t, NORMAN wl SOL NODEL IN I8W.HISFAME AS A CONSTITUTIONAL LAWYER BROUGHT HIM TO NEW YORK WHERE HE JOINED THE FIRM OF GUMENHEIMER.UNTERMYER AND MARSHALL.HE REMAINEO WITH THEM UNTIL HIS DEATH. GUGGENHEIMER UNTERMYER MARSHA] AS A RESULT Of MARSHALL'S MACNIFICENT ORATORY, CONGRESS ABROGATED US COMMERCIAL TREATY WITH RUSSIA IN 1911 BECAUSE OF THAT COUNTRY'S REFUSAL TO GRANT TRAVEL VISAS TO AMERICAN JEWS. ROMAN CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES. MARSHALL WAS IN THE FRONT HANKS OF JEWISH LEADERSHIP. HE BECAME PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMIT TEE.THAOUOtOUT THE PEACE CONFERENCE AT VERSAILLES IN 1919. MARSHALL JOUCHT FOR MINORITY RIGHTS OF FURORONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE.MARSHALl REMAINED ACTIVE WITH THAT GROUP Aa HIS LIFE. DEEPLY REUGIOUS,H£ ENDOWED THE FLORENCE MARSHALL SCHOOLS FOR JEWISH GIRLS. AND WORKED WITH THE Y.M.H.A.JHE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD AND THE BUREAU Of JEWISH EDUCATION. IN I927,MARSHALI'S CAMPAIGN TO CHECK FORDS PUBLICATION OF ANTI-SEMITIC ATTACKS ENDED WHEN FORD SIGNED A FULL APOLOGY, RETRACTION Of THE UES.AND A PLEDGE TOCEASESUCH PROPAGANDA. ALTHO A NON-ZIONIST,MARSHALL BELIEVED IN THE UPBUILDING Of PALESTINE, AND HIS LAST PUBLIC ACT WAS SIGNING THE CONSTITUTION OF THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. WITH HIS DEATH IN SWITZERLAND IN 1929, PASSED A CREAT ERA IN AMER KAN-JEWISH HISTORY.... COPYRIGHT IMT • JIW1SH TIUGtAPMiC AftfNCf fort Lauderdale Temple Launches I00..OOO Building Fund Campaign |A fund raising drive in behalf ni le Emanu-El ComI of Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood was inaugurated Construction of community center will take k n as funds are made for movies, class rooms for Hebrew study, recreational facilities, a modern dance floor, meeting rooms, offices and kitchen facilities. Abe Markowitz, a leader in Jewish communal affairs since p blt I %  I building. f mn unity center struc,w iU be built adjacent to the Wt Tempi,. Emanu-El, and P m s ent plans, will f* an • im to seat 400 P'P. a modern Mage, facilities coming to Ft. Lauderdale, and a leader in local community circles, has accepted the chairmanship of this $100,000 building fund drive. In a statement accepting the leadership, Markowitz said, "We feel confident that we can obtain AMAZING ECONOMY! OIL HOUSE HEATING invest in this program as best they can." He stated, "A contribution to the Temple Emanu-El Building Fund Campaign is a real investment in sound community living." The following officers were selected: Campaign chairman, Abe our goal for the erection of our community center which will be a pride to our community and I am sure that the people of this community will be generous and Markowitz; vice chairmen, Harry Cohen, Moe Katz and Mack Katz; treasurer, David B. Lyons; secretary, Fannye G. Myerson; initial gift unit, Ben Kaufmann and Archie Robbins; special assignment, Wm. Kretchman; men's unit, Abe Tarler and Louis J. Tauber: women's unit, Shirley Stone. Gladys Pintow and Minna Sklar; youth unit, Lillian Tarler and Morris Sterling; rating unit, Jack Mintzer and Charles Reiss; publicity unit, Paul Epstein and Mary Epstein; arrangements unit, Molly Robbins. Local Men Open Advertising Firm Advertising Associates, Inc., a new advertising, sales promotion, and merchandising firm, has opened office in the Congress Building, Miami. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 W PAGE SIXTEEN Annual Congress Donor Luncheon Held Sunday Dr. .Robert S. Marcus, head of the World Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress, will be guest speaker at the 6th annual donor luncheon of the Florida Women's Division, AJC, Sunday afternoon, 1 p.m. at the Little Roumania restaurant. Rabbi Leon Kronish is to deliver the invocation and Rabbi Irving Lehrman the benediction. Mrs. Louis Glasser, division president, will preside and introduce the speakers. Mrs. Clarence Cohen and Mrs. Mary Stepkin, presidents of the Miami Beach and Miami chapters respectively, are to receive the guests assisted by the officer* of the organization. Dr. Marcus as a chaplain in the army dUring the war, helped bring 1.000 displaced children into Palestine. He is head of the Location Service and of overseas shipments for AJC, and present consultant political head of the World Jewish Congress. The guest speaker is also a consultant for the economic and social service council of the U.N. Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, professor of Human Relations at the University of Miami, will lecture to the women of the Beach chapter March 5 on "Human Relati MS in a Changing World." The speci.il meeting is to be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach Jewish Community center. The lecture has been arranged by the chapter's commission on education of which Mrs. Benjamin Feld is chairman. Dr. Lovejoy was a naval officer from 1942 to 1945. He re.1 his B.A. degree in education from the University of Florida, his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in sociology from the University of North Carolina. Members of the committee 'r 1948 Combined Jewisl^Appeal :rifice Luncheon." of the women s d v.s.on. Lett g .^ EBSSEB^^SUTTemple Sisterhood Hears Local Women Leaders -What Can I Do"" :s the subject of a forum with three outstanding local women speakers to take place at the meeting rt, THE WORLD-FAMOUS SARATOGA MINERAL WATERS GEYSER HATHORN AND COSEA SARATOGA VICHY Delivered Right to Your Door Without Any Extra Charge Also Soft Drinks— Beer —Wine Call 48-9248 HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE 2206 S. W. 27th Avo. High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds ars 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 9ood Product* ;FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-fiH' MIAMI BEACH Setter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5.5868 "Trustworthy Service" GREETINGS TO ALL Arthur Murray Dance Miulio 1415 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami / TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION Attention ... Hotels Department Stores Theatres Office Buildi no Night Clubs Industrial Plant. Restaurants CiTkB^gLj We scientifically Cleanse and Sanitise your Rest Room fiZ?* We install and periodically serrice our patented sukSZ? ODORITE DEODORIZER OIMHII I i: OF FLOIIIIIA CO 7316 N.E. 2nd Avenue Call 78-6613 for Further Information and Free Demonstration GOOD NEWS!! For Orthodox and Kosher Homes THE DADE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET AT 153 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI. FLA.. PHONE 3-1430 Owners A. Chiel and H. Zaidmanl wish to announce that in addition to their strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry a completa| line of CARMEL KOSHER PROVISIONS has boon installed Under Supervision Mr. H. Zaidmanj We service weddings, bar mitzvahs, and parties, also retail and wholesale. Come in and be convinced EVERY TUESDAY 5:30 to 6:15 P. M. LISTEN TO worz (940 on Your Dial) The Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market is supervised od| endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth MICHAEL ROSENBERGS LITTLE ROUMANIA The Foremost Theatre Restaurant and Night Club WE DO CATERING m FOR ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS 2 THE HOUSE OF EXCELLENT ROUMANIAN FOOD JOY AND LAUGHTER GREAT PERSONALITIES IN ONE EVENING YOU CAN'S AFFORD TO MISS ATT A BOY GETZEL At A Football 1'**"* EVERY NIGHT AT 12 MIDNIGrU and SHEKEL KANAJW Superb Cant of Enter*"* AT 9 O'CLOCK NINA CAIIME* A Gypsy Orchestra — and PETER DREW and his Rumba-American 0rcne rfl The Dynamic M. C. Michel BJ*"2? The one and only JENNIE 00U*2! The famous stars of stage ^{JJjjaKH IRVING GROSSMAN DINA G ~~ ul For Reservation call Mr. Freed 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY 9 AND I


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^LUME 21-NUMBER 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Partition Plan Endangered By U.S. Action
LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 24. (JTA)The long-awaited
tatement of the United States on the question of send-
fni! an international force to Palestine to back the im-
' i. ,,i ntation of the U.N. partition decision was delivered
tndav :,t the Securitv Council which opened its discus-
sion <>t the Palestine security problem. The .-tatement,
road bv Senator Warren Austin, head of the U.S. delega-
tion at the United Nations, recommended:
1 A committee of the Council comprised of the
Bia Five should be established "to look at once into the
aucstion of the possible threats to international peace
arising in connection with the Palestine question."
2 The Security Council should, through this com-
mittee consult at once with the U.N. Palestine Com-
mission, the Mandatory Power and the representatives
of'the Jewish and Arab communities in Palestine, in
order "to get an agreement, on the basis of the General
Assembly recommendation, for the underlying political
difficulty" in implementing the partition plan.
3 The Security Council should accept the tasks
"assigned to it by the General Assembly" in connection
with the Palestine plan.
4 The Security Council should call upon govern-
ments and peoples, "particularly in and around Pales-
tine to take all possible action to prevent or reduce
the disorders now occurring in Palestine.
In making these recommendations, Senator Austin
emphasized that the United States Government makes
a distinction between "keeping the peace" and ''en-
forcing partition." Under the provisions of the U.N.
Charter, he said, the Security Council can take action
to prevent aggression against Palestine from outside.
Bv these same powers, the Council can take action to
prevent a threat to international peace and security
from inside Palestine, he declared.
"But," the head of the American delegation em-
phasized, "this action must be directed solely to the
maintenance of international peace. In other words,
the Council's action is directed to keeping the peace
and not to enforcing partition."
If the security Council should decide that it is
necessary to use armed force to maintain international
peace in this situation, the United States would be
ready to consult with other nations, as provided for in
the Charter, with a view to taking action to maintain
international peace. Senator Austin announced. Such
consultation, he added, would be required since no
agreement has yet been reached making forces avail-
able to the Security Council under Article 43 of the
Charter.
"The Charter of the United Nations," Mr. Austin
said, "does not empower the Security Council to en-
force a political settlement, whether it is pursuant to a
recommendation of the General Assembly or of the
Council itself." Admitting that the situation in Pales-
tine "does not permit any further delay," Senator
Austin told the Security Council that the United States
as a member of the U.N., would continue to deal with
this problem "in conjunction with other members."
"U.S. policy will not be unilateral," he stated. "It
will conform to and be in support of the United Nations
action on Palestine." Attempts to frustrate the recom-
mendation of the General Assembly by threat or use
of force or by incitement to force on the part of the
states outside Palestine are contrary to the Charter,
he added.
Declaring that there was no reason for "excessive
pessimism," merely because the question was compli-
cated, Senator Austin suggested that the consultations
of his proposed Big Five committee should be held in
New York," in order that the Council itself may be
kept closely advised at all stages."
British Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones,
addressing the Council, emphasized that the Britisn
Government refuses "either individually or in associa-
tion with others to impose the United Nations play py
force." He announced that his government will abstain
from voting on the issue of enforcing partition through
the Security Council. He said that the partition resolu-
tion as adopted by the General Assembly was not al-
ways realistically drafted."
Egypt warned the United Nations security council
that the Arab world will fight every United Natiofls
attempt to enforce the partition of Palestine.
The Colombian representative at the U.N. Security
Council tonight formally proposed a resolution calling
for a special session of the General Assembly to "recon-
sider" the Palestine partition decision.
The American delegation in an informal statement
to the press declared its position to the Colombian
proposal. ... it
The Colombian resolution also calls for the deter-
ment of the termination of the Palestine Mandate to
July 15, and for a corresponding change in the timetable
of the British military evacuation of Palestine.
The resolution urges the establishment of a Security
Council committee of fivetwo representatives of the
Big Powers and three from the lesser powersto ex-
plore the possibility of reconciliation between the Jew-
ish Agency and the Palestine Arab Higher Committee.
In proposing this resolution, the Colombian repre-
sentative made it clear that the Council cannot count
on his vote for implementation of the partition decision.
Colombia has not changed its stand taken at the General
Assembly on the partition resolution, he said.________
Volunteers Enrolling Now For Community UJA Drive;
Local Leaders Meet To Plan City-Wide Solicitation
Chairman Stein
Names Solicitors
With the official opening of the
1948 Combined Jewish Appeal
.scheduled for Sunday, March 7,
.1 eph R. Stein, chairman of the
eal, yesterday announced that
nearly 000 workers have already
em lied for service in the nine
major solicitation units of the
paign set-up.
"The speed with which we are
getting our campaign machine in-
shape is an excellent augury
for the success of the drive and
is hound to spell success for our
efforts," Mr. Stein said. "Our
major effort at the moment is to
enlist more volunteers for the
metropolitan or door-to-door
phase of the drive."
Mr. Stein announced the names
of all campaign leaders who have
agreed to serve in this year's
campaign are:
Initial (liftSam Blank. Max Oro-
vlti, co-chairmen; Leonard A>*"*
Jack Ablln, Harry Ulumln. I.e.; > nai-
kin. i. Blsensteln, Irving raJW M:
I Km Mian, Joseph Cai.ln.i-. kmaiiiiM
Qoldstrttch, l-ouis Helman, lAion "*p-
I. Abe Km man, Sam l.achin.in. ia
l .mi, S. l^venson. M. Lleberman,
N Uebltng, Max MelHt-1, S. C. Myers,
Mlckej Michaels, Max OrOVtU, Pan
Ruskin, Herbert Bcher, Jaeoo ... mi,
William 1>. Singer, Harry Slrkln.
eph Bteln, Carl Buaaklno, Arthur i -
tar and Carl Welnkle.
iiad.-s K. Max CoMsUln. s. >
Myers and Herbert Bcher, chairmen,
ountantHM. (1. Kurman, s. w-
irt, H. ulumln. 8. Ixvlch. JoMpn
Post, 8 Washerman and Hurra* w"*"
ner; amusement*Jacob Bher; llUt""
motiveSam Luby, 1-. Pallot, M. -ai-
II Shl.-r an.l S. \NYiss.-l; I""' '
ment nouses Morris Cold, B. Boam-
i, s Goldman, m Janofaw, <
l-l.hii.k. H. l-evln, J. Upi'wn. '
Nathanaon schi.k. M. Sheik, J. skiar.
H Abraham and s. Wolf; t>eV""*Yr~
II..".1,1 !,,,. Mii.l Joe l'avls; hulldliu,
tradesDan h Ruakln; butch
I'lm Homer; children's an.l Infant I
wearMoe Itlppa and Lou's Woire,
ineraJ, Salinger; dentists-
l' I. I'mn and It. F. Corel: lPj:
mem storesOr M. Goodman; dnu,3
an.l nndrles8. Goldman, S. ResWna,
1' Lleherman, T. Maiakoff. H. Ruben,
A Smith and I'hlllp Stelr; drv gOOOS
Ted Ciilkls. M. Cromer, N I.ynn,
1 : Bomberg and M. Tann.nl>.>'""
Ilical Max Melsel. J. '
H. lYI.-dland and J. Gross: fsrm"rs--
Jn.'k l'..i MHt.'ln: rinaii.'e--Sam sal" "
foodJ. Klshman; food service SQUIp-
m-nt Harry Friedman and Joe
Bchslnberg; fruit shipper Emil Cohen,
(Continued on Page 4)
Volunteers Needed For CJA
An urgent plea for volunteers to help in the metropolitan
unit of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal was voiced yesterday
by George Chertkof, chairman of the metropolitan unit.
"To call on the thousands of prospects who must be seen
if we hope to make this campaign a success, we will need a
minimum of one thousand volunteers," Mr. Chertkof said. "At
the present moment we only have about 600 volunteers."
Mr. Chertkof said that Rabbi Max Shapiro will be in charge
of the Miami volunteers and Rabbi Leon Kronish will head up
the team of Miami Beach solicitors.
A Workers Rally will be held on Tuesday night, March 2.
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Two films. "Assignment: Tel
Aviv" and "House in the Desert," will be shown. .Miss Anne
Liepah, field agent for Americans for Haganah, will be the
chief speaker._________________________________________.
Hotel Division Seeks Top Honors
With $262,815 already raised,
the hotel division of the 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, which for two years run-
ning, has taken top solicitation
honors, is out to lead the field
again this year, it is announced
by Marcie Liberman, chairman of
the division. His co-chairmen are
Irving Frankel, Joe Gardner and
Sam Lachman.
The campaign goal has been
set at $1,489,925, an increase of
more than $170,000 over last year.
This reflects the increase in the
national goal of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, to which Greater Mi-
ami has allocated the sum of
$1 000.000. The hotel division has
undertaken to raise $500 000.
We are confident that in thib
.
year of destiny for the Jewish
people, the hotel men of Greater
Miami will give generously in
keeping with the magnitude of
the goal," said Mr. Liberman. "We
know that the members of the
hotel industry will stand up and
be counted this year as they were
last. We have no doubt of the
final outcome."
Members of the hold ylon's ex-
t. rjrosslnger'a I-ancoast N. t Han*
&& ass' K^,,,ria:.,;i
[Tonal and' Harry Slrkln. Albion.
,ew, Asked To Re^ Cato *i^ Bl^^ ^
JERUSALEM, (JTA)-The Ha u in the Jewish business
P section of the city at 6 a.m. yes-
terday, returned to Jerusalem this
afternoon to take whatever ac-
tion may be necessary in relation
to the security situation.
Jerusalem once again became
the chief battlefield in Palestine
today as Arabs and Jews con-
tinued to clash and both forces
kept the British troops on the
alert with scattered attacks on
them.
ganab today appealed to
Jews of Palestine to remain calm
and not to take the law into
their own hands as tension mount-
ed throughout the country in the
wake of the worst explosion in
ni Palestine history which
whi tad ** "*> '" M
Miss Liepah
Miss Anne Liepah
To Address Rally
Anne Liepah, who recently re-
turned from directing the Joint
Distribution Committee Aid Cen-
ter at Nachod on the Czech-
Polish border, will speak at a
rally of majors, captains, and
workers on Tuesday evening,
March 2 at the Jewish Commun-
ity Center.
Miss Liepah is a native of De-
troit and served as a Joint Dis-
tribution Committee welfare
worker in Europe for more than
18 months. During the height of
the anti-Semitic violence which
occurred in Poland shortly after
the war, she was the only JDC
worker stationed at Nachod
through which passed tens of
thousands of fleeing Jews.
She converted the estate of
Julius Streicher. the infamous
Nazi Jew-baiter, into a training
center for teen-age Jewish sur-
vivors. In Munich, she appropri-
ated an entire hospital and chil-
dren's home which together care
for more than 700 needy Jews.
Today, a field worker for Amer-
icans for Haganah, Miss Liepah
has also been associated with the
War Manpower Commission, and
the Office of War Information,
and at one time taught school.
Beach Gathering
Precedes Campaign
More than one thousand
majors, captains, and workers
will meet Tuesday evening,
March 2, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, 1415
Euclid Ave., in a pre-campaign
meeting, of the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal in Greater Mi-
ami. The drive, to be conducted
from March 7 to March 31, has
a goal for Greater Miami of
51,489,925, from which nine
local and thirty-three national
and overseas agencies will
benefit.
This is the first drive to be
held in any major city in the
United States this year on behalf
of the nation-wide goal of $250,-
000,000. Of the amount raised in
this area, $1,000,000 has been ear-
marked for the United Jewish
Appeal, the largest private fund-
raising campaign in the history
of this country.
The UJA provides funds for
the world-wide reconstruction
program of the Joint Distribution
Committee, with a vast program of
assistance for the 1.500,000 Jews
remaining in Europe; the United
Palestine appeal, providing for
the absorption of 75,000 homeless
European Jews in Palestine, and
for the resettlement, reclamation,
and security of the new Jewish
State; and the United Service for
New Americans, serving the needs
of newcomers to the United
States.
Principal speaker at Tuesday
night's rally will be Anne Liepah,
who recently returned from eigh-
teen months' service with the
Joint Distribution Committee in
Europe and who is now field
worker for Americans for Ha-
ganah.



PAGE TWO
JeisHTkridiiarL
FRIDAY^FEBRUARYp
Pioneer Women Aid
Palestine JNF Forest
Pioneer Women of Club No. 2
donated sufficient funds to plant
100 trees in the Jewish National
Fund forest in Palestine, at a
party held recently in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lcvine.
1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Mania Shubow was master
of ceremonies for the evening.
Jack Dombey of Detroit read
"Sholem Aleichem" and Abe
Hamlin of Boston was guest
speaker. A. M. Dorff lead com-
munity singing.
Students Fly to Havana
A trip to Havana highlighted
the spring activities of the grad-
uating class at the Lear school.
Miami Beach. Students flew to
Cuba last Friday and spent the
weekend there.
Junior class recently held a
dance in honor of the seniors on
the grounds of the school. Ronald
Friedlander is senior class presi-
dent; Barbara Hader, vice presi-
dent and treasurer: and Marcia
Lebedinsky secretary.
Health Society Opens
Office In Miami
Mental Health Society of South-
eastern Florida has opened an
office at 700 S.W. 12th Avi
the maintenance of a community-
wide center for information on
mental health. Board me>
are to be held there the fourth |
Monday of every month.
Mrs. Frances J. Riordan, acting
executive secretary iety,
is in charge of the new office
A check for S.iOn was presented
to the organization last month
by the Zonta club of Miami. ;.
local group of business an I pro-
fessional women.
Abess Elected To
National JDA Post
Hollywood JWF Seeks
Dora Birnbaum
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Hollywood has received a request
from the Location Service of
HIAS to locate Dora Birnbaum.
Anyone km wing thi
of thi I "
Miss Anna D. Da:.:
secretary. Jewish Wolf.in Fi
ation !. Florida, P.O
Box 661. 11 d. .
Dora Birnbaum (maiden I
Huberman), last known ad
was Hollywood. Widow
70. was born at Lodz. P
daughter of Lewek and Sura
Fejga (maiden name Drial
ska). She is related to H>
who was deaf and dumb. Mrs
Birnbaum has three children.
Leonard 1. Abess (ab vi'. a
member of the board of din
of the Gr ati i Miami J<
oration, has been elected a mem-
ber of tiie Executive Coi ttei
of the National Counci of the
Joint Defense Appeal (JDA I
innounced by Donald i
Al ita, JDA xecutive
committee chairman. The JDA is
the financial arm of the Ameri-'
can Jewish Committee and the
Anti-Defamati >n L B'nai
B'rith, making possi I I pro-
gram i anti-Semitism.
mmittei
Sisting of 54 members from 25
will guide the JDA Na-
C in : 600 : p-ranfc
communal loaders in all seel
rt to
- 104.540 to meet the 1948
the JDA
In Miami, the JDA .
':
'.- i lion.
Advertising Club Names
Essay Contest Winners
Three Miamians were named
winners this week of the Miami
Advertising club's $8 con-
test, pen I tudentof lb i
ad parochial senior high schools
in the countj A total of 3,426
nts entered the contest.
Rona Al ahans, son of Mr.
and m,s Nathan Abrahans of
3790 Irvington Ave., Coconut
Gi .ve, won first prize ol $100.
The 17-year-old senioi al Ponce
de Le n High school will have
his essay entered m a national
contest
11, rberl K ensky, IT. son of
Mr ..: i Mrs Louis Krensky, 4955
Delawan Ave. Miami Beach and
a son: : al Miami Beach High
eivi I second prize of
is. lii. ward of
w. t 305 Ponce de Loon
Blvd.. South Miami, junior at
George W n Carver High
n Coi n il Gr ve, was third place
winm ing $25.
Florida Hillel Project
HlUel foundation on the campus
of the University of Florida has
under taken a project to aid uni-
versity students in Palestine. Ac-
cording to plans, a CARE pack-
age is to be sent every month to
., family in the area and wherever
possible that of a student with
whom the group will correspond.
Donor of the initial package is
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity on
the campus.
Mizrachi Card Parly
Mizrachi women of Miami n .
are sponsoring a ctrdS??*
nesday afternoon t<11Pl>'^d.
the Atlantis hotel roof Pm at
Miami Beach Proceeds Jft
the Mtoachi womeirtCbK
storation Fund. d Rc"
T.ekets may be purchased fr*.
the chairman. Mrs. Josenh R m
. ^v calling 5-,980PhS;r-
being assisted by Co-Chai*
Mrs. Esther Cohan of S
Shores, Mrs. Eugenia LilliSn
and Mrs. A. Plotkin. eld
To perati n i all
inities, Mr. A
will v. .. ely with Benjamin
Com [ G ensboro. N C, vice
JDA (' uncil
: the
N nal Council will ah
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A well-kn aii figure in M
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Friday.
FEBRUARY 27, 1948
aildrii A< Party
ilstmres Auction
r Men Age Friendship Club of
*& VM & YWHA wil.
'ndud its first fund raising af-
it jn the I"!"1 of an old-fas-
noned Package Party on Sunday
Lning February 29, at 7 o'clock
I, the new Mami "Y" building.
[Isaac Englander, president of
L'club has announced that a
l igram ">' entertainment will
to place during the evening and
Eat packages that will be brought
L those coming to the affair will
, auctioned to the highest bid-
Mrs. Gus Ginsberg is chairman
Lr the evening and Ben Essen,
jam Schulwolf and Dave Wilner
L[l act as auctioneers.
JXhc Golden Age Friendship
rjub was organized by the Miami
:n November, 1947, with a
Membership of 39. Today it has
I membership of over 300, with
weekly attendance at
Letinfis of 350. The organization
Lets at the new building of the
liami "V" -very Sunday after-
,on a! 3 o'clock. A program of
Lily activities consisting of folk
Lncinff. arts and crafts, discus-
Ion groups and dramatics, is
fanned for persons 50 years of
or over.
eap Year Birthday
for Beach Resident
Luis B. Bush of 825 Michigan
|ve. Miami Beach, is probably
I est income tax spccial-
:n the country, and undoubt-
|!y the youngest married man
I at least the entire Greater Mi-
ni area. He is only 8.
JBorn 32 years ago on February
I. Bush swears that true to the
ladition of leap year "black
Bep" he celebrates his birthday
dy once in four years. Promised
party at their home Sunday
it by his wife, he expressed
ope "that she hasn't invited
Is my age in the neigh-
Irhood."
[A forme resident of New York
|ty Bush came here five years
after having been stationed
1th the Army Air Corps on Mi-
ni Beach. He maintains an of-
fe on Michigan Ave., specializ-
tax work and book-
ing.
I he reports, shares
tthday honors with St. Valcn-
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Unveilings
Unveiling of a memorial to the
memory of the late Samuel G
Bast, former owner of the Charles
hotel Miami Beach, will be held
Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Jewish
section of Woodlawn Park ceme-
tery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
officiate, assisted by Cantor Louis
J. Feder.
Arrangements are in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co. Relatives and
friends are asked to be present.
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PAGE THREE
A memorial to the memory of
the late Mrs. Anna Oppenheim
ot 726 S. Miami Ave.. will be
unveiled Sunday at 2 p.m. at
Mt. Sinai cemetery with Rabbi
Murray Grauer officiating.
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co. is in charge of ar-
rangements. Relatives and friends
arc asked to attend.
Unveiling of a memorial of the
late Abraham Axelrod of Key
West will take place Tuesday,
March 2. at 2 p.m. in the Jewish
section of Woodlawn Park ceme-
tery. Rabbi Grauer will officiate.
Anisis Entortain
Pratt Patient*
Entertainment for the patients
of Pratt General hospital was
arranged Monday evening by
Anyuta Melicov, pianist and vice
chairman of the Red Cross en-
tertainment of voluntary workers.
Artists in the program included
Marcel Shiland, former first tenor
of the French Hour over NBC
radio network; Luba Roy, singer
and accordionist; Marvelle Brown
guitar player; Stella and Jose
Reyes, dance team; and Milt Ross,
star comedian of several Broad-
way musicals.
Following the program a party
Was sponsored by Mrs. Louis
Tuttman of Deal. N. J., and the
Cadillac hotel, Miami Beach, who
served refreshments. Mrs. Tutt-
man also offered a group of
Spanish songs for the musical
program.
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co. has charge of ar-
rangements. Friends and relatives
are asked to be present.
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The Biltmore Galleries proudly announces
the return to this area of Irving Eastman, one
of America's topflight designers and creative
decorators. Mr. Eastman was among the first
to introduce a style of decor specially de-
signed to meet the requirements of South
Floridians.
Irving Eastman is now affiliated with Biltmore
Galleries and invites inquiries on designing
and decorative problems of any size or scope.
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4^U2?UARY 27
EDITORIAL
Hon. George C. Marshall
Secretary of State
Washington, D. C.
t Dear Secretary Marshall:
The State Department, under your direction,
has in the past several weeks issued two de-
crees: an embargo on arms to Palestine and a
ruling that Americans joining the Jewish de-
fensive forces in Palestine will lose their Ameri-
can citizenship.
In connection with these State Department
rulings. Mr. Secretary, I could not help thinking
of an American of whom I am sure you are as
fond as I. As one who was born in Virginia, I am
sure you are doubly proud of him for he too was
a Virginian. He was a tall, lanky red-haired man
whose Americanism has become a proverb and
school children everywhere recite the gems of
his patriotic eloquence.
Yes, I am sure you know it was Patrick
Henry. You remember that speech in which he
urged Americans to take up arms against the
British, who thought they had a mandate to tax
and rule America as they please. "They tell us,
Sir," said Patrick Henry, "that we are too weak,
unable to cope with so formidable an enemy, but
when shall we be stronger? Will it be when a
British guard is stationed in every house. Shall
we gather strength by irresolution and inaction.
... Sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There
is a just God who presides over the destinies of
nations who will raise up friends to fight our
battles for us."
Fortunately for Patrick Henry, fortunately for
America, there was no European embargo on
arms to assist America.
Mr. Secretary, I have read your wife's bio-
graphy of you. In it. Mrs. Marshall states that
from childhood one of your idols had been Ben-
jamin Franklin. I liked you all the more. Mr. Sec-
retary, when I read that, because Franklin has
also been one of my idols. Indeed, he is an idol
to all of America. John Adams wrote that Franklin
was the most acclaimed person in the world of
his day. We had no better in the America of
that day. Now, what did we do with that top
American at the time of the Revolution. We could
think of no better service for our very best product
than to send him abroadto help get some of
those foreign friends, who, Patrick Henry said,
would help us fight our battles.
Franklin went to Europe, and obtained am-
munition, money and men to help us fight. Yes,
Franklin could amusingly sayhe was always
full of wit--that too many of those wanting to
help fight in America wanted to be generals, but
Franklin was the last person to underestimate the
assistance foreigners gave us in the fight against
the British.
I am sure, Mr. Secretary, you do not under-
estimate this ass.stance. You as a military man
know how to appreciate the services rendered
by such men as LaFayette, De Kalb, Kosciusko
and Von Steuben. Fortunately, the European state

THE ROCK MUST BE REMOVED!
departments had no such ruling as ours.
I need not tell you, Mr. Secretary, as a former
military man, of the battle of Yorktown, which
was the decisive battle in defeating the British.
You know as well as I that the number of French-
men or foreigners fighting at America's side in
that battle equalled the number of Americans
under Washington.
I am reminded, Mr. Secretary, of an old
Yankee storyof a poor woman, who was so
poor that she always had to borrow from some
neighbor the very tub in which she washed her
clothes. But one good day, she became suf-
ficiently affluent to buy a tuband then she said,
"From now on, I will never borrow or lend a tub."
I hope, Mr. Secretary, American ideals as
exemplified by the State Department, will register
a loftier note than this.
With assurances of my great esteem, I am
AN AMERICAN CITIZEN.
We Musi Speak
The seriousness of the Palestine situation
cannot be overemphasized. There is grave danger
thut the latest dilly-dally tactics of the United
States at the United Nations place the entire
partition plan in danger of capsizing. Refusing to
take a stand to enforce the action of the United
Nations by implementation, shows proof that the
United States is still playing politics with Pal-
estine.
Delaying tactics and postponement of the
partition program is the present thought of the
State Department. It is up to the People to speak
loud and forcefully of our feelings. Wire and
write your senators nowdemanding that our
government back up its previous approval of
the Partition Plan.
Thin in The Moment
The United Jewish appeal has termed
the "Year of Destiny." This term was coin., I
the National Conference held in Atlantic C T
December, when delegates from all J
the country adopted unanimously a S25Q
min mum goal for 1948.
The National Conference of the United |m|
Appeal, held in Washington last week-end!
demonstrated that the Jews of this nation are dJ
termined to live up to the epochal challenge,
the "Year of Destiny." The spirit of high resoh,
which pervaded the ranks of the delegates |
which marked the official opening of the
wide campaign for $250,000,000 showed
American Jewry is determined to rescue .*
1.500,000 Jewish survivors of Nazism, to inteqral
them in the life of countries of their choia
whether in Palestine, Europe, the United Stad
or elsewhere.
Focal point of discussion was emergency i
tion to safeguard the United Nat.ons decision)
Palestine and facilitate the scheduled in
tion this year of 75,000 Jewish refugees to 1
independent Jewish State in the Holy Land. 1
construction of the 830,000 Jews remaining J
Eastern Europe, and aid to newcomers to '^
country were additional fronts of the life-re
programs of the United Jewish Appeal agencd
depending on the $250,000,000 campaign.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., General Chairmaid
the United Jewish Appeal, presented the migi
challenge to the 5,000 Jewish communities in I
United States when he told the assembled titl
gates: "We now face one of the most
moments in the history of the Jewish people.'
the Jews of America accomplish in 1948 thro
the United Jewish Appeal will have a dean]
o'fect on the destiny of Jewish people everywi
The United Nations have given us an opport
both to build an independent state and, all
same time, to empty the displaced camps]
Europe. We must marshall our spiritual and I
terial resources for the supremely urgent tasb|
the United Jewish Appeal."
The National Conference in Washington i
a great milestone. It launched the largest^
paign in the history of private welfare ui
takings. Now it is up to every Jewish mani
woman in this country to help realize the
000.000 goal of the United Jewish Appeal. H
has entrusted us with the task of lighting the i
to a better future for the devastated Jewish p*
overseas. We have the opportunity to bcaqi
fruition the dream of countless Jewish genera*
a Jewish State in the Land of Israel.
We dare not fail. We shall not fail, Wei
go forward to victory over the forces which r
to crush all Jewish life in Europe. When
upon to contribute, we must give on a heroic
Nothing less will dothis is the moment-^l
the hour- this is the Year of Destiny^ J
Community Honors llablii Kwit man
Yeshiva Head Aids JSSIl
Dining room of the Tides hotel
was filled to capacity Sunday
with members of the local com-
munity who came to pay their
respects to Dr. Samuel Belkin,
president of Yeshiva university
at a reception tendered in his
honor. Dr. Belkin, head of the
only university in America under
Jewish auspices, came to Miami
to confer %vith educational lead-
ers in this area.
for
bi Coin an A / it ,n has
through his personal effort ob-
tained U0 new members for the
-h Social Service Bureau,
according to an announcement by
Us president. Colon.-1 K
Rabbi Zwitman made tv.
peals at his Si v i in Temple
1 which resulted in thi
bers for the bureau Hi
.pledged himself to raise that num-
ber to loo by March IS
.
Max Etra was chairman
the evening. Participants in the
program included Rabbis Moses
Mescheloff, Joseph E. Rackovsky
and Murray Grauer. and Dr.
Herbert S. Goldstein; also Rabbi
Oscar Z. Fasman, president of
the Hebrew Theological College;
James T. Wilson, superintendent
of public schools in Dade County,
and Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe.
president of the University of
Miami..
Dr. Belkin in his address traced I
the various phases of the Jewish I
J.S.S.B. serves transient.
well as local cases of the m
The bureau is a participating
agency of the Community Chest
William Herin. Miami attor-
ney, will describe his experi-
ences in the Orient when he
addresses the members of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
Luncheon Club, today, 12:15
p.m., in the Downtown Club.
Seybold Arcade. He will be in-
troduced by Bill Pallot, co-
chairman of the luncheon com-
mittee.
Chairman Stein
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position in the United States. Inlof the Miami Jewish Orthodox
his address he also discussed the Congregation Tuesday night
future plans for Yeshiva uni- where he spoke to members and
versity. I friends of the congregation. .
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and Mi- s i Myers
Mi ii,,i".in.in in.ii Miami chairman,
Itahbl Mai Shapiro; major*. Elrj
Max Kllvar, Herma i Binder,
Mn PYann i lanela, Mai \ Pelnber*,
Mm Ueorge Chertkof, lira.
Carp ..ml Sidney Lewis; capialna.
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Max SIprvI, Mrs Roae Borkln. A,le
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Y FEBRUARY 27. 1948
fJenisti fhridtiari
PAGE FIVE
fl,inv Cordon
jar MM*v Sat*
,. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
L.cW 10th Ave., are ask.ng
P4. mnnv friends to join with
many
eir STcomtol Sunday after-
he It the Bar Mitzva of their
Kmie. Jimmie will be con-
' -. rplieious ser
Beth David
d at religious services^Sat-
riay morning at
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Gelles of Mattapan, Mobs., are vaca-
tioning at the Edwards hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Gelles is a
well-known Mattapan Zionist..
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaplan of 115 Venetian Way, DiLido
Island, announce the birth of a daughter, Alice Frieda, on
February 22 in St. Francis hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ravitz of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Kaplan of the Bronx.
* M
Miss Ester Argintar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ar-
gintar, spent last weekend in Tallahassee where she attended
a special weekend celebration of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Miss Argintar is a past president of the group.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simms have their nephew, Edward
Simms of Brooklyn visiting them for a few weeks. The Simms live
at 2110 S.W. 16th St.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno have moved into their new
home at 755 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin have as their guest Dr.. Levin's
mother, Mrs. Mollie Levin of Cleveland.
* *
Mrs. Becky Myers of Greensboro, N. C, is visiting her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Nathan Adelman of
1421 N.W. 1st St.
': >
A
Torah '
Jimmy Gordon
Congregation and will address
[the worshippers present. Rabbi
[Max Shapiro will respond.
kiddush in the Talmud
will follow the services.
The Miami Municipal Audi-
jjnum. 320 N.E. 5th St.. will be
Ithe scene of Sunday afternoon's
Ifestivitus from two to six.
Out of town relatives and
Ifriends here for the occasion in-
Idudi- Mrs R V. Brandt of New
fork, end Mrs. M. L. Bayard of
[Philadelphia, aunts of the Bar
htitzva, and Mrs. Isaac Habif of
IHavana. Cuba, a friend of the
family
Miss Cohen, Lipsitz
Plan April Wedding
Lipsitz. 624 S.W. 14th Ave.. is a
; graduate of the University of
i Florida and a member of Tau
Betrothal of Miss Jeanette | Epsilon Phi fraternity. He served
Flora It. Hiekey
CORSETIERE and DESIGNER
Formerly of Flora Corset Shop
104 S.E. First Street
Miami. Fla.
Phone 3-1882
Miss Greenberg
Engaged To Wolf
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenberg,
1950 S.W. 16th St. have announc-
ed the engagement of their
daughter. Jeanette. to Cornell
Wolf. A party was given in the
couple's honor Sunday night by
Mrs. Fay Tupler, Miami Beach.
Mr. Wolf is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Wolf, Miami Beach.
An early summer wedding is
planned. .
Opera Guild of Miami Presents
"MADAME BUTTERFLY"
WITH
IKI'l-IM
RESNIK
Leading Metropolitan Soprano
and An All-Star Cast
MARCH 13. 15. 17
At Miami Senior H. S. Auditorium
Tickets On Sale At
Burdine's 3rd Floor, Phone
9-1332; Cordelia's, Ami-
don's, Miami Beach Radio Co.,
and Guild Office, 625 S. W.
29th Rd.. Phone 3-5967.
Cohen to Milton L. Lipsitz has
been announced by her mother.
Mrs. Ida Cohen. 1220 S.W. 25th
Ave. Plans are being made by
the couple for an April wedding.
Miss Cohen attended Walsh
five years in the infantry. The
prospective bridegroom is a mem-
ber of the firm of Leo Landis,
C.P.A.
IT'S SUCH FUN TO HAVE A SWEET TOOTH
TREAT IT TO OUR C ANDY-OF-TH E WEEK
CHOCONUTS $1.25 BOX
Luscious soft caramel smothered between pecans on top and
delectable chocolate underneath
LAURA LKK CANDIES
2300 N. W. 36th ST.. MIAMI
Or at any of our authorized dealers
Daughters of Israel
The Daughters of Israel Ritu-
llarium. located at 151 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami Beach, has an-
nounced the appointment of Mrs.
| Giza Lawrence as permanent
caretaker. Mrs. Lawrence main-
tains her residence on the pre-
iscs and further information
may be obtained by phoning her
at 58-9825.
^ftmutt :)'Jlcasant Cmtualcsciutt Jtmue
OF MIAMI. INC.
1408 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE
ANNOUNCING
A NEW CONVALESCENT HOME OPENING ON
MARCH nun
A bright cheerful institution for convalescents. Catering to the
Jewish community of Miami. Special diets and nursing care
provided. House Physician always on call. Reasonable rates.
Strictly Kosher meals. Reservations now being accepted.
Write or Phone 58-9559
I. GERTMAN, Director
%.
SunsJuAt lasAions
New! Special
hangers for skirts
and trousers
6 for 1
Handy little hangers for your
skirts and trousers simple
to use and made to endure
SEE Til KM DEMONSTRATED
ALL THIS WEEK on the
Strei t Floor After seeing
them in operation, you'll want
to stork up at this wonderful
price'
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UHDiNE'S. MIAMI, NOTIONS.
SECOND FLOOR
School of Business Science and
was a member of Pi Rho Zeta
sorority. She is a member of the
Emanon club and Hadassah.
Mr. Lipsitz, son of Mrs. Rose
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14) I FLAGU* ST
OPEN 10..
| 11:48 8UNDAS
S3
AN APPEAL
The administration's weak stand on
Palestine at the Tnited Nations endangers
the creation of a Jewish Homeland when
it is most needed by the homeless Jews off
Europe.
Every Jew should write or wire our
Senators immediately to intervene with
President Truman to urge his effective
support off the I' uiicri Nations I lee is ion on
Palestine.
Write or Wire
SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER AND SENATOR
SPESSARD L HOLLAND TODAY!
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT


PAGE SIX
Yagour Judaea
SoiiiilVsl Winner
Picking a winner in the Young
Judaea Song Festival, sponsored
by the Young Judaea Leaders
Council of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission, was
a difficult task, according to the
judges. In celebration of Jewish
Music Month, the festival was
held at the Beth Jacob Con
tion, Sunday. February 22nd.
Bringing in the decision of the
winning group were Pierre Little
of the Dade Counts- schools, his
daughter. Miss Little. I
Samuel Kelemer : Temple Beth
Sholom. who is p
Cantors Association of G
Miami, and Joshua Stadlan ol
the Hebrew Academy. The win-
ning group was Yagour which is
led by Miss Selmi l.
Young Judae.i Gi
Beersheba. Benot Yacob, Chalut-
zim, Tel Aviv. Macca
Yagour. each presented two He-
brew songs. In conclusion, all
groups gathered to sing "Am Vis-
roel Chai."
The judges announced that theii
decision was based on the fol-
lowing points: presentation, musi-
cal ability, voice, rhythm, ex-
pression (interpretation), and
pronunciation of words. Then
choice, for second place was the
Tel Aviv Group winch is lead by
Miss Beverly Raphael
at the Miami Beach Jewish (
munity Center. The winning
group meets at the Beth Jacob
Congregation. Groups will cele-
brate this week with ;
their individual clubs.
Presentation of the plaqui
made by Mrs. Doris Pai
d,-nt of the Miami Beach Unit
of Junior Hadassah, an
tive secretary of tht V
Youth Commisi
The groups weri
Cantor Jacob Y G f the
Miami Beach J .unity
Center, who was assisted bs
eph Schreibman at th<
Officers of the Yagour \
are Paula Belinky. Mailer,
chon. Elaine Zitsei C
Betsy Bardon and Bai
Brooks. Tel Aviv leadei
Sylvia Ger, L
Rose. Jack Schiller and I)
Draskin.
vl FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27
Shown above is the speakers table at the S2S0 per plate luncheon given recently by the Wom-
en's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right are: Joseph R. Stein, campaign chair-
man; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers (standing), Mrs. Fanny Barzilai. guest speaker; Mrs. Abraham Good-
man, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. ________ _________________
Warsaw Canlor
To \|i|M'.ii' Here
Miihal K tsky. tci
well known Canl
med bj tl
Yiddish pn
t for 1
1
is to appi
:: W hingtoi V.
and Sunday March I4tl
( : E
Ave Bol
I Hat;
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and rehabilitati
Cantoi Kusevi tsk j
an i Ji .'. -
ish m< todies as
the "i vill coi
it ol
": btain-
li
'.; and at si
Kalish Attends Veteran
Housing Conference
Leonard Kalish leaves tomor-
row to represent th( Rich-
ter post of the AMVETS at the
National Veteran 11 ., :... Con-
ference. He was app linted by
Nat Pollack, commander of the
post, as delegate to the confer-
ence of all veteran organizations
which takes place Fel i iry 29
to March 1.
Next meeting of the post will
take place Tuesday evening a'
the hall, 237 5th St., M
Beach. All veterans are invited
to attend.
David P-TA Meeting

nda;
in thi
P
Mrs
5teibel
5i :.' l-mali
itj
by ( .: k
Lauderdale Temple
Hears Rev. Hanger
In it l' i sident
n Temple
E
I Ser
.' n II Hanger <>i
i Temple Methodist
;i in that town is to be
I kei 1 !' ill spi ak on
ibject "Ni \t '1 Kmil."
David Raab who will
iduce
. : Meth-
::. la.-t Suinlay.
A : : of the
Forl Laudei lale Minis-
a evei end is
i outstan I
of the south. A reception follows
th( services in honor of Rev.
Hangi r and the members of Park
Temple church who have been
invited to attend Friday night.
C. M.GAY
COMPTROLLER
STATE OF FLORIDA
ABLE EFFICIENT
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every detail for thorough sterilization. For further
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SoMany Years .
And it lives on in
Jewish Tradition
Beth David Ball
Latest p [Bel D
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day evening etii
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1948
^Jeniitiflcricii^n
PAGE SEVEN
You cannot bring back
... last year's dead.
You cannot eat
... last year's bread.
You cannot give
...on last year's basis.
it'.'
NOTICE TO
CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEERS
A Workers Rally for all volunteers in the
Metropolitan Unit of the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal will be held on
TUESDAY NIGHT. MARCH 2
at 8 P.M.
AT THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
The pioneers, at watch in the parched
sands of the Negev, do not complain: "We
had our fill of dust and danqer last year." The
weary hearts, still beating to reach Palestine,
do not moan: "No usewe failed last year."
The United Nations decreed a Jewish State
this year. Born out of the aqony of those who
need it, dedicated with the life-blood of
those who build it.
All glory to the builders and fighters! So it
must be when liberty is born But the
givers, too, have their part. We in America
know this.
There was a day in 1776, when our young
republic tottered. France voted 19 million
francs to save the light of freedom in the new
world.
There was a day in 1782 when our newly-
rJorn republic needed givers. Haym Salomon
at prayer in his synagogue in Philadelphia,
heard the summons. He could have
answered, "No". He could have said: "Sorry,
but I sacrificed a fortune to the cause of
liberty last year." Haym Salomon re-entered
the synagogue; he entered history, for with
the aid of his fellow-worshippers the sum was
raisedat once, within the hour.
The roll-call of history is being answered
proudly on every ambushed road, in every
beleaguered village of Palestine. The roll-call
now sounds for the Jews of America also.
The givers, too, have their part.
i
In this historic moment, what will you do
... So that the homeless can be fed and shel-
tered, so that the harried house can be held,
so that the Land of Israel can rise gloriously
from the long wastes of suffering. ^
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
jbr 2SO, OOO, OOOm/a/mutn/
on behalf of
JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL
UNITED SERVICE FOR NEW AMERICANS
Henry Morgenlhau, Jr. Genera/ Chairman


vjwistflcridifor.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,
PAGE EIGHT
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Sylvia Raab of Brooklyn is visi.inq her soni Rabbi
Albert L. Raab. was installed m a local synagogue oy
lather, Rabbi Solomon Raab, of Brooklyn. .
^* ^* ^^
Three Greater Miamians received degrees from Jhe Uni-
vers'y of Michigan this month. They are R-^^^^^
N.W. 13th St., B.S.; Rita Marion Hyman. 300 Royal Palm A
Miami Beach. B.A.; and Lew.s Shenker. 1602 Meridian A
Miami Beach, B.S.
Miss Helen Glueck and Miss Ruth Glueck: Ohio, have been visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
August of Miami.
A dauahter Vicky, was born to Sat. and Mrs Edward
Suchowskyt Korea January 12. Mrs. Suchkowsky is the former
Lillian Meftzer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bans A Mel.zer, 6 5
S.W. 1st St. The Suchkowskys plan to make their home here
after his discharge in April.
4^ ^ t*
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper have returned from an-extended
trip through North and South Carolina. In Andersonville N. C.
they attended the wedding of Mrs. Pepper s son S.dney Shopiro
of Spartanburg. S. C. to Miss Barbara Neufeld. daughter of Mrs
Blanche Neufeld of Miami. The peppers were also present or
L silver anniversary celebration of her brother-mlaw and
sister Mi. and Mrs. Abe Goldstein of Charlotte, N. U
* + *
Mr and Mrs. Harry Shevach of New York City are spend-
ing their annual Winter vacation with their son and daughter-
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach of 3426 Prairie Ave.,
Miami Beach..
* *
Mrs S M. Grundwerg and her brother. Iscdor Schlesinger.
of Miami Beach, flew to Brooklyn last week when notified of the
serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Charles Schlesinger. Funeral
services were held for Mrs. Schlesinger last Sunday. The Mi-
amians are staying in Brooklyn at 1610 48th St.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Mort Allen of Flushing, L. I., are visitinq his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, 639 West Ave., Miami
Beach.
* *
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan is going to West Palm Beach today to
install Rabbi Richard Singer in the reform temple there. He will
return tonight immediately after the services.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komaiotf of 1612 S.W. 11th St., Miami,
are entertaining their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Komaroff and their son. I. Komaroff is a prominent at-
torney in New York.
>|i*s Borman
Rabbi's fflanee
Announcement is being made
pnine Berman, darter of Mrs.
Ruth Bitman of *" .,
St to Rabb. Jacob MUgrom. He
f the son of Mr and Mr.. Isaac
MUgrom of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Bi
Miss Berman, a sophomi i
5 i f Miami, is on
the Hebrew staff of the Miami
,.. d x Congi gation
and tl Jewish Studies
Miami YM & WHA.
Rabbi MUgrom luated
.....'''
his ordination at the Jewish
Theological Seminary and his
ter's i e at Columbia uni-
v At pr< i : the
Anshe Ei i C ngregation of
Home Picnic Launches
Junior Hadassah Drive
First functum of the Miami
Beach unit of Junior Hadassah s
wW membership drive will take
nlaco this Sunday afternoon, at
1:30 p.m.. according to an an-
nouncement by Miss Florence
Hildebrandt, chairman.
A "mcmbei-bring-a-member"
picnic Will be held on the lawn
of Mrs Max Dobrin. West Rivo
(Uto Drive. Rivo Alto Island. Each
girl is to bring lunch for herself
and the new member, her "ad-
mission requirement." and the
unit will provide the "trimmings.
Miss Toby Cooper has written
, series of skits and parodies on
current songs and style trends
of interest to young women, to
feature the specially arranged
program, which also includes a
surprise guest speaker.
Stressing the importance of in-
, ased membership at this pres-
ent time in Jewish history. Miss
Hildebrandt urged all young wo-
men in the area between the
ages of 18 and 23 to attend the
event.
Other committee chairmen, are:
correspendance, Roslyn Worth;
publicity. Trudi Lach: hospitality.
Ankus and Phyllis Wilpen:
arrangements and decorations.
Terry Cohen and Ronsie Wasser-
man; program, Beverly Raphael
and Toby Cooper; refreshments.
Natalie Samuels, and games.
Dorothy and Roslyn Elbaum.
$250,060 Goal For
Cancer Society
A goal of $250,000 has bn M
by the Dade County Can?
Ciety for their drive which bee
this week. The money is to Z
used for a Cancer Detection and
Diagnostic clinic to be built in
the county.
J. Gerald Lewis is president of
the society; W. George Kennedy
vice president; Paul M. Brinm
secretary; David Phillips, treas
urer. Leonard A. Wien is serv-
ing as campaign chairman.
The clinic will be open to all
citizens regardless of race, creed
or place of residence. Persons un-
able to pay will receive equally
thorough examinations and treat-
ments free of charge. A colored
section will also be provided.
Dade County Cancer society
maintains its office at 800 N.E.
Second Ave., room 10.
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Miss Roth Betrothed
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Miss Yolanda Roth and Rabbi
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ly by her parents, Dr, and Mrs
1. m R ith of New York.
s m of Mrs Yetta Sincoff of
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
Sin ff of the Conservative
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FEBRUARY 27, 1048
W*J
Wl
Reception Greets
Zionist Leader
" .... chanirn will
|theR"eC,piion committee in honor
Shapiro will head
mmittc
fa Secal. general secretary
K*eJcwl!h National Worker-.
u ncc (Farband) and member
i he World Zionist Actions com-
mitec and Jewish Agency.
T.kinR Place Saturday eve-
^t the Edward hotel, 10th
Tina Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
L reception is being arranged
bv a group of tourists and friends
5 the Histadruth.
the political committee at the
SjT aid will give a first hand
account of his experiences at the
Ipt.on. He is to leave for Pal-
Sine this week to take part in
,h, deliberations for a permanent
Steblishment of a Jewish state.
Several artists of the Warsaw
!,wish Art Theater, who have
Lid refuge here from the Nazi
oneentrnt.on camps, will Present
musical program in Yiddish and
in Hebrew, in honor of the guest s
appearance.
The entire affair is under the
supervision of M. Chometz, na-
tional organizer, who organized
a pew branch of the Farband in
Miami Committee in charge of
arrangements include Max Lef-
kowrtz. Boston; Ben Doll, Cin-
cinnati: Dr. Isaac Unterman, Phil-
adelphia; S. Goldin, Washington,
n c: M Sugerman, Maiden.
ugg Jacob Fishman, S. Ash-
kanazi. Max Uretzky, and M.
Bookspan. all of Miami^Beach.
Horse Racing Moves
To Tropical Park
Racing moves to Tropical Park
on Wednesday, following the final
meet at Hialeah Park Tuesday,
and will continue through April
19th.
First nomination to a stake for
Tropical Park's 40-day meeting,
was that of the high-speed Mary-
lander Saggy, from the barn of
Mrs. Helen L. Sagner.
Ilf-aeh Group Plans Annual Luncheon County Schools
Participate In
Miami Beach chapter of B'na^
B'rith women are planning their
annual luncheon and fashion show
to take place Thursday, March 4
at noon in the Roney Plaza hotel
Fashions are sponsored by Mar-
garet Newman.
"Rajah," the famous mystery
man, will present the models
featuring the newest in resort
wear and original gowns. Pro-
ceeds of the group's main fund-
raising affair of the year, will be
given to the Home for Malad-
justed Children in Palestine.
Reservations may be made by
contacting Mrs. Seymour Satin,
2125 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach
(5-2579), by mail or phone.
Shown above are the committee
in charge of arrangements. First
row (left to right): Mrs. Helen
Sanders, President Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, and Mrs. Satin: second
row: Mrs. George Talianoff, Mrs.
Harry Weitzman, Mrs. Arthur
Frishman and Mrs. Mollie Schu-
mann. Not pictured is Mrs. George
Supplies For Palestine
Collected By Hadassah
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Palestine
Supplies Chairman of Miami
Group of Hadassah, has urged
each member to plan a gift for
the people in Palestine and to
bring it to the next meeting at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Synagogue, March 8 at 1 p.m.
It has been requested that at-
tendants concentrate on men's
and older boys' clothing as well
as hospital linens, such as sheets,
blankets, pillow cases and towels.
Hospital kits, including two
sheets, a pillow case, a blanket, a
turkish towel, and a face towel,
are urgently needed.
A program of entertainment is
being arranged and refreshments
will be served.
Debate Contest
Thirteen high schools in the
Dade County area are participat-
ing in the second annual High
School Debate Contest sponsored
by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
according to Jerome H. Weinkle,
debate chairman.
"Resolved: That the Marshall
Plan Will Promote World Peace,"
is the subject of the debate. Elimi-
nation contests will be held March
15, 16 and 17 at the University
of Miami main debate hall to be
followed by semi-final contests
on the 18th of March at the Uni-
versity. Finals have been sched-
uled for a broadcast over one of
the local radio stations on March
20th at which time names of the
winning team will be announced.
Winning team will receive as
first prize a one week trip to
Washington, D. C, where they
will be the guests of Rep. George
A. Smathers and other dignitaries.
The week's schedule will include
a sight-seeing tour of the nation's
capital, a tour of the White House.
Weekly luncheon of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist district will
be held at 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the National hotel. Louis
Segal, general secretary of the
Jewish National Worker's Al-
liance (Farband), who is mak-
ing a short stop in Miami, will
discuss "Our Future State."
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PAGE TEN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will speak
on the subject "I Liked Gentle-
men's Agreement,' But." A re-
ception fellows with Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer in charge of ai
ments assisted by Mrs. J. A.
Richter, and .Mrs. David Bass,
Mrs. Stella Hantman will recite
the bles iin s over the Sabbath
lights. Adult study group will
meet Saturday n at 10
a.m. to discuss "Are P
Answered? S iturday m
:es at 11 a.i R >bi will
preach on the biblical
the wi
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening
p.m. Special Br, thi
ic s, R< .' ihn H. Hanj
Park Temple Methodist chui
!' i. dale, will
the subjecl "Next K \
m follow !

Mis. Dana Wells will
Sun-
ol and H(
at 10
Jewish Community Center, 2020
Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max
Kaufman.

I," in
e the
Rev. Thomas (
lisl
who will sp
i
. Mrs. L

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M .. Bark
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloii;
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
. eve children's
..'. 4 30 p.m. A.
It 5:30. Cantor Samuel
nt 1
hoir under
of Eli S
Early S th n nil

will be Rabbi Dr. .'
Abramsnn who will spi
subjecl "Current Problems Can-
tor Vlgoda will chant the service
[ntermedii te service 1
youth at 9 .>:v. under the si
i
Junior C : lion 1
of el<
under th< su
Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush
d to bol Mrs
Joseph Brenner and a Sisl
committee. Bible studj I
s I. Frii
5:30 followed by S
Rabbi N. Two: sky. M

bi T will be
.. i veil Mai
3:30 ( .
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovtky.
Fridi
p.m. Saturd
vsky v
t 1 Nile." 1
. n the P tion I
1 fol-
'
by Maariv D
.'ices 1 '
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I
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Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12ih ave. Rabbi Simon April.

Late t service
I
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.
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nceol ice." J .;.
con lucted by the
junior
5 p.m. followed by S
. -i the P
Sunda;
3:15 to 6:15 p m.
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Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
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Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17ih .v..
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Services Friday ai 5:30 p.m.
F iday evening forum at
8.30 p, Rabbi Dav.d Hill, na-
l vice president of the Coun-
[srael, wil be guest
He will speak on the
subject "How Can We Choose
11be
S i ''"' ""
Rottenbei
e at
I k ed Blum-
n of Mi ''v~
nthal
: mand
ed by
,1 10
3 30
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
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a the
llow-
The
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Mil
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jnday
. I I R :'
. at 7:15 a ill
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Miami Beach Jewish Comraun-
iiy, 1415 Euclid avo., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
|.-. |day evening services at 5:30
p.m Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Goldfarb who will speak
on the subject "Our Rendezvous
With Destiny," Rabbi Lehrman
will Introduce me speaker. Sat-
morning service at f) a.m.
Rabbi will preach on the Week-
ly rti n of the Law. Junior
Congregation at 10 a.m. Youth
,. breakfast Sunday morn-
ing at 9 o'clock Hebrew religious
school Monday through Thursday
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sundav school
ID a.m. till noon. Pre-Kinderar-
teii scho.il Monday through Fri-
noi minis 9 a m. till 12 noon.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Fi: lay evening sei vices at 8:15
p.m. Rev. Joseph Barth, minister
Ui :' ,.,ii Clinch of Mann.
will speak en "The Fact of
Iherl Sabbath service at
10:45 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45
.i m. I riild en from the ages
,,f 4'j to 14"_. Hifih school of
Sunday morning
ai 9 45 a in. for young people 15
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Miami Hebrew School
Schedules Purim Ball
Miami Hebrew scWi
Junior congregation areTl m
ing their third annual P
Sunday. March Ur' M
center. 35 N.W. 2nd St. 'C
Max Apfelbaum i, Bo
chairman of the affair. ^
Wm are Mrs Herbert FelZ
tickets: Mrs. Max Jacobskina"j
Mrs. Nat Blumberg. ^
ment; Mrs. Ben Sokoioff
freshments: Mis F. L Bel,'
journal chairman, assistedck.
Jack Stone and Mrs. Louij A
gust; Mr. M A,,1)aum *J
and gifts. mKi
Subscriptions I ,r the journal
which will br distributed at the
dance may he obtained by callin,
Mrs Becker, 3-1025; Mrs. P^JS
3-6JJ1; Mre. Jacobskmi
PS of age and over. Hebrew
class, alternate Wednesday after-
noons, boys and girls, ages 71,
to 13. Nursery school, children
from 2V6 to 5. Daily morning ses-
sions.
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butcher shops and poultry markets
under the active supervision of the
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Or for any other Kashruth information
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FUIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1948
pioneer Women
sj'i Honor
|>iiiii"' Rate
Ninth Annuul Donor Dinner ol
tnP Greater Miami Council ol
pj inecr Women will take place
at Manning's Restaurant, Biscayne
Blvd., Sunday evening, March
>8th at 6 P-m- The affair was
announced by Mrs. Sam Bild
president and Moatzoath Hapoa-
loth chairman of the Greater Mi-
amj Council of Pioneer Women
ai a meeting held last evening at
,| i. ,me of Mrs. Joseph Mint7.es
815 4th St.. Miami Beach.
Ulrs. Ilynian Sootin (Kadimah
Ch:ipi<'' I was chosen to be chair-
man of the event, to be assisted
by Mrs. Isaac Pushkin (Club 1)
gj -chairman. Mrs. Harry Al-
Kadimah) was selected for
the toastmistress of the dinner.
Entire proceeds of the dinner
will go toward the present Pales-
tinian emergency fund of the
Moatzaoth Hapoaloth, the Pales-
tinian counterpart of the Amer-
Pioneer Women. This Moat-
laoth Hapoaloth (known as the
Council of Working Women ol
the Histadrut in Palestine) is
ntly engaged in the opera-
tion of kitchens for the soldiers
of the Haganah, in front line
first-aid and in courier service
between military posts in Pales-
tine DP immigrants entering Pal-
ire received at reception
centers, maintained by the wom-
en of the Moatzath Hapoaloth,
where they are rehabilitated and
trained for productive work in
their new Homeland.
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White or Colored
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Brotherhood Award
Siven Miami Trio
Three Greater Miamians re-
vived awards for distinguished
service terms of community
welfare at the annual Brother-
hood Week banquet of the Miami
Round Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
n the Miami Woman's dub last
monday.
They were Judge David J
Heffernan, Dr. Glenn C. James
md Benjamin E. Bronston, active
m the affairs of the conference
and many other local civic or-
ganizations. Presentation of the
(wards were made by Herbert
U. Feibelman, Andrew T. Healy
and Dr. >H. Franklin Williams, of
the University of Miami.
City Manager Danner presided
at the banquet and introduced
Dr. Jess Spirer, of the University
of Miami, and Dr. Gordon W.
Lovejoy. head of the department
of human relations, the principal
speakers.
Harold Turk, chairman of the
public relations committee of the
Miami Round Table, read Presi-
dent Truman's proclamation set-
ting aside the week of Feb. 22
-o 29 as Brotherhood Week.
The citation to Mr. Bronston
reads:
"For vision and foresight and
generosity in making possible at
the University of Miami the first
Department of Human Relations
in the United States, for leader-
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A marked increase in attend-
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sisterhood meetings, social gath-
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perhaps a portion of the credit
for the rise may be accorded to
local grocers and delicatessens.
These friendly dealers, by their
introduction of Tamar Koshei
Beef to customers, have enabled
thousands of housewives to
benefit from the added conven-
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In addition to Tamar Kosher
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Warsaw Artists
A presentation of Jewish artists
is scheduled by the Jewish Na-
tional Worker's Alliance, the
Labor Zionist Fraternal organiza-
tion, to take place Sunday eve-
ing at 8 p.m. in the auditorium
of Miami Beach High school. The
theater evening includes- artists
from the Warsaw Art Theater.
Diana Blumenfeld, Jonas Tur-
kow, Jedidio Epstein. AI Harris
and Max Lubetsky, five well-
known European artists included
in the program, are stopping in
Miami on their tour of the United
States and Canada. They will
furnish an evening of songs,
recitations and one-act plays.
Information about the perform-
ance is directed to Jacob Tarr,
58-8441 or A. M. Dorff, 850 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach, through
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ship in community projects that
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Miami Round Table of the Na-
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And was signed by Director A.
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*Jenistf^rj^C-
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27
Beach B'nai B'rith Plays Host To
Dr. Sachar, National Hillel Chairman
"Ten for a Party" will be the subject of an address by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, historian, educator, and chairman of the
B'nai B'rith National Hillel Commission, on Monday, 8.JU p.m.,
at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
Walter Kovner, president of the Miami Beach Lodge wmcn
is sponsoring the affair, explained1*
that in his lecture Dr. Sachar pre- reasons to. each choice. It be-
supposes "that I am inviting the comes a technique for appraising
ten most useful personalities alive the values in contemporar) ciyu
today to a dinner party I give ization most worth preserving
The personalities are symb -Is
Dr. Sachar was for many y< ars
an ass Eu r> ai h I
at the University ol Illinois and
has recently been cited as
sible for the to-
ol B'nai B'rith Hillel
,ns from 9 to 1
npuses in Ai i
Hi '
versity of Camb
eived Doctoi
Philosophy degree The guest
5p, aker has contributed to manj
. nal magazines and
author of -Sufferance Is the
Badge" and other historical
last pp
this area during the 1947 B'nai
.. Djstrid n Ml"
ami Beach at'.: icted i n than
1000 persons K vner and Harry
Zukermck. prograi lairmen,
announce that there will I
i rved ats and that ticket
SI 00 per person will he avail-
able at the door. All paid-up
memb. Miami Be.
and then wives will be admitted
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in-law ol Rabbi living Leh
, ;; ,ccupy the pulpit of the Mi-
B lewi M'n'-
ices this evening
p, :, ss ,: of Hazanuth. Jewish
i the
. 2] Rabl Goldfarb
will hav< his topic, "Our
is with Destiny." Au-
thor of many
turgical music, his works in-
clude "Song and Praise for the
,th Eve" and "The Jewish
Rabbi Gold for the past 43
has occupied the pulp
the oldest Brooklyn synagogue.
\nshe Emeth."
Beach Junior League
Holds Leap Year Dance
Junior League of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will sponsor
f'Lap Year Dance Saturday
evening at the new YM &
SS 536 Bay Road. Howard
Kili president of the group.
announced that the proceeds for
the dance would be given to the
United Jewish Appeal.
Young adults of the community
invited to attend weekly
;,,,,.< of the Junior League held
ne ti0 f the Miami Beach
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1948
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Council Luncheon
Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will
dedicate their monthly meeting
this week to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Com-
bine j.wish Appeal. Taking the
form of a DP luncheon, the af-
fair Will begin at 11 a.m. Wednes-
day m Temple Beth Sholom, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. David Catsman is program
chairman. Nomination slate will
be read at the meeting.______
LEGAL NOTICE-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
in; v r. '* '*"* .....
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ORACH) H. DURKIN
I
mil's J DURKIN. Plaintiff, vs.
1BA<*R '! DURKIN, Defendant
1
TO
|-, Hawthorne street
Brooklyn, Now Torn
foil are hereby notified and ordered
,, appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 29 day
f Maivh, 1948; otherwise the allega-
.,, said Bill of Complain- will
i. taken as confeeeed against you.
Let this order be published once a
reek for four consecutive weekf In
.h n:\VISIl FLORIDIAN, news-
publlahed in Dade County,
DATED this 26th day of February.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
idrrull Court Seal)
By M.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
..-,..... NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tnat
the undersigned, desi, iK to engage in
\u? i'I" o"1''1' th<' "',|11"""1 name 01
Mln-Eds Kestaiirant at 2111'. Fonce
dc Leon Blvd., Coral Oables, Ha
tend to register said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
< ounty, Florida.
EDWARD
MINN IK
Wnsinan, BUvei
Attorneys for
2/20-27
Is
tliu
Dn.iv
OXEXHKltll
OXENBERO
*- Sakowltz
Applicants
3/3-12-19
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encace m
business under the fictitious name ol
Bayshore Charter & Boat Rentals at
\?,t> n !: Bayshore Place, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of I >ade Count}.
Florida.
Howard E LEPPER
CLARA c. LEPPER
Wasman, Silver & Sakowltz
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-27 3/.',-12-l
S.\M SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building:
Miami 12, Florida
! ; 3 5-12-M
C. ORE EN.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
MARSHALL'S, at 438 41st Street. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida, and Intend to
register the said fictitious name m
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Conntv. Florida.
LARRY HOFFMAN
HENRY MARSHALL
Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOP,
Attorney for applicants
2/20-27 3/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
iv- ,,N0TICE TO APPEAR
,.,l7.'.1:-. ''"-L.'IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL <:IRCU1T
l'1.1'Ji"""A IN AND FOR DADE
M7M?B. 'N ,'"ANCKUY- -No-
EUGENE KLING-MUELLER, Plain -
tiff. vs. Al.in-JIU'A O. M.i.v.-
Ml EI.I.ER. Defendant.
lo: ALBERTA o. FORTEN
(or AliUKltTA o. KORTSON)
2Kb) Santee Avenue
Columbia, South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that EUGENE KLINO-MUELLER,
your former husband plaintiff in
this cause, has filed a Petition to
Modifj the Final Decree of Divorce
entered on August 22, 1946, by the
Honorable ROSS WILLIAMS. Senior
Circuit Judge. You are hereby required
to III, your written Appearance,
Answer or other pleadings to said
Petition with the Clerk ol the above
Btyled Court on or before the istli
day of March, A. D. 1 tt 1 s; otherwise,
the alienations of said Petition will
be taken as confessed by you.
IT IS ORDERED that this Notice
be published once a week for four (4)
consecutive weeks in the Jewish
I'I.i >RIDIAN, a newspaper published
in Dade County, Florida
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th
day of February. A. D. 194X.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
V1VION B RUTHERFORD
60.", Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff.
2 80-27 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
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-
ABE KIKSCHKNBAUM.
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
& COMPANY
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including
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TELEPHONE =
9-3836 \
406 CONGRESS BLDG. I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
7-11 Red Road Club at 711 N. W. 57th
Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WILFRED L. KING
ANOBEL KING
STANLEY CARTER
Partners.
MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
2/27 3/5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO APPEAR _,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
114630.
Cl i.NSTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL,
Plaintiff, vs. JOAN PAPPAMACK-
EL. also known as JOAN
MICHAELS, Defendant.
TO: JOAN PAPPAMACKEL also
known as JOAN MICHAELS'. 40-18
Hampton Street, Jackson Heights,
New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you by CON-
8TANTINE PAPPAMACKEL, your
husband, in the above styled cause
and in the aliove named Court; and
you are further notified you are here-
by required to file an appearance in
said proceedings on or before the 8th
day of March, A. D. 1948, otherwise
the alienations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
This order Is to be published once
a week, for four (4) consecutive
w.eks. In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
a newspaper published In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida.
Dated this 7th day of February.
A. D. 1948.
E. R. LKATHEKMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ. WEINKLE
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
2/13-20-27 3/5
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
114S92.
MORRIS OLEANA, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY GLEANA, Defendant.
To: MARY GLEANA, 2069 80th Street,
Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 19th day of March, 194S.
Dated this lth day of February.
191V
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN",
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
327 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
2/20-27 3/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
Oullford Poultry Co. at 101 N. W. 8th
Street, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS GRONKR
SHIRLEY GELMAN
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
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 or
Sunshine Luncheonette at 500 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SYDNEY MARGOLIN
Sole Owner.
MARX FEINBERG
Attorney for Applicant.
2/27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bennett Wholesale Company at 7M
N E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name With
the Clerk ol the Circuit Cout of Dade
County. F.oridaAKp mmBna
Sole Owner.
2,27 3/5-12-19-26

XOHTll BEACH HOME PATROL
18 Years of Reliable Service
All Bonded Employees
For Service Call 6-1911 4-6860
6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Park Cleaners and Hand Laundry at
M8 N W. 3Cth Street. Miami. Fla. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS and
RUTH GITTLEMAN
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 4012-4016
Red Road. Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HEN FEINBERG
ALBERT BARON. Partners.
HARRY DIET7.
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
2 S-U-20-27 3/5
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115012.
NINA KANTAK1S. also known as
MAR1ANNA KANTAKIS, Plalntitl,
vs JOHN KANTAKJS, Defendant.
TO: JOHN KANTAKIB
Residence: Unknown
You are hereby notified and^ re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before March 29, 1948, otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order published once a week for
tour successive weeks in The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published in
Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of February,
1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. OREBN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at i>w
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1 27 3/5-12-19 ________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115013.
DOMIN1CK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff.
vs. MARY LO GIUDICE. Defend-
ant.
To: MARY LO GIUDICE
103-34 42nd Avenue
Corona, I-ong Island, New York
You an hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
OH or before March 29, 1948. otherwise
the bill of complaint Will be taken as
confessed against you. Let this order
be published once a week for four
consecutive weeks in The Jewish
Floridian, a newspaper published in
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of February.
1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seali
By M C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1021 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida.
2/27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sheridan Bake Shop at 519 41st Street,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BENJAMIN K1RSIIMAN
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
Ann's Luncheonette at 136 S. Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JAMES GERALD SECUNDA
S MARX FEINBERG
Attorney for Applicant
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
GULF PLUMBING & BUILDING
SUPPLY at 198 Northwest.24th Street,
Miami, Florida, intetid to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN
JOSEPH POPPELAUER
THEODORE BARR
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
26-13-20-27 3/5
NORTH MIAMI
ZOO
N. E. 132nd St. and W. Dixie Highway
_______ Phone 78-1463 ----------
WorhlH Oniu Tiger Farm
OPEN DAILY
Shows Eaeh Sunday, and 5 p.m.
Proskes Performing ^^^fv^f HarSgos,
High ActEtc-Monkeys. Baby Tiqers.
Rare Birds. Alligators, Deer. Etc.
10 Acres Tropical Beauty. Brine.YourJ^JJ* EJ
lent Bus Service via Coast City Coaches. k ^
Theatre, also 2 special buses on Sunday leaving
place at 2:15 and 4:15.
< ome TodayHring IhetamUy
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS* HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Shell Company at 200 N. W. 1st
Street, Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
K,0"<,a- GUSTAVE ABRAMS
MILDRED ABRAMS
Partners
MARION BROOKS
Attorney for Applicants.
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW __
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Fran-Sal Originals. Creators of Ladles
Fashions at MM Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Intends to register said
name With the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
C SALLY OREISMAN
Sole Owner.
Weinsteln, Weinsteln & Welnsteln
Attorneys for Applicant
(10 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE
NOTICE
lie undent
. uslnesi in
pen n-Way
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the tMMou.^eot
Pharmacy at 1443 Penn-
s,lvania Avenue, Miami Beach In-
tend to r.sister said name withi the
I'l.-.k of tie Circuit Court of Dado
00Unty' ^ABRAHAM NEWMAN
SYLVIA NEWMAN
SHIRLEY WUOI.P
lltomey for applicants.
I )o -' 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 1225
N. E, 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
EMPIRE FURNITURE CO
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
2/6-13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 114927.
POALO VlRC.II.o PERRONB, also
known as PERONI. Plaintiff, vs
FLORENZA MARIA PERRONE.
Defendant.
TO: FLORENZA MARIA PERRONE
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Bill of Com-
plalnl filed ill the above styled cause,
on or before March 22nd. 194S, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed a^.iinst you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in The
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished iii Dade County. Florida.
Dai,,! this 1'jth day of February,
IMS.
E R. LEATHERMAN.
ci.rk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida.
2/20-37 :i/5-12
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114650,
JOHN T. WALSH, Plaintiff, vs.
lillian c wai.sii. Defendant
TO: LILLIAN C. WALSH
9556112th Street
Richmond Hills, Long Island.
New York
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause.
,,n or before March 15, 194R, 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 Floridian. a newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 9th day of J-ebruary,
1948' F. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea.,^ ^^
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE SANDWICH COMPANY
and SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CO. at
1317 North Miami Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clprk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
STEVE J. DURAI.
Wasman, Sliver & Sakowlts
Attorneys for Applicant
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Van Ralon Company (not Inc.) at
1431 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
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 114495.
LOUISE LENTINE, Plaintiff, vs.
PETER LENTINE, Defendant.
THE STATE OF M/OIUDA:
TO: PETER LENTINE,
B8 1'.outer Avenue
West Haven, Connecticut
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
Btyled cause on or before the 3rd day
of March, 194S; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will
I,,- taken as confessed against you.
I-ct this order be published once a
wink for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a news-
paper published in Dads County,
Florida.
Dated this 2nd day of February,
194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
SAM SILVER
Attorney
1703 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
2/6-13-20-27
C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 114774.
ETTA SMITH, Plaintiff. VS
samuel smith. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FI/iRIDA.
TO: SAMUEL SMITH
care of Dr. Max Smith
453 East 96th Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint f,,i
Divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 13th day
of March. 1948; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
confessed against you.
I,et this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a news-
paper published In Dade County. Flor-
ida.
DATED Ibis II day of February,
l'.'IV
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
2/13-20-27 3/5
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Month celebrated th'ough-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY?
1948
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Council .1 G
.mmumty affairs
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Cantor Kelemer Presents Music Quiz
In Observance Of Jewish Music Month
"It is indeed an honor to have been chosen chairman of the
Greater Miami Music Council," stated Cantor Samuel Keiemer
of Temple Beth Sholom. when interviewed in connection witn
the Music Council's current observance of Jewish Music Montr
The Jewish Music Council is sponsored by the Bureau
Jewish Education, the Miami
Beach Y and the Miami Y and
the Cantors' Association.
"On the subject of Jewish music
and Jewish composers, 1 know
of no better quotation than
a series of questions and answers
by Professor Jacob Weinberg,
Jewish composer and musicolog-
ist, which I quote below." con-
tinued Cantor Kelemer.
Q. Tell me. please, is there
any Jewish music'.'
A. My answei on
your answer to "Is there a J<
people'.' It the Jews are
they, like other peo]
spiritual treasures, traditions and
features of their own, su<
language, religion literatun
tory, the arts i I
Q. All right, but how can one
determine a musical comp
as "Jewish?' It isn't
as to distinguish a Jev
from a Gallic or Slavonic t;
A. Why not Don't u
n melodies as Russian or
Italian" ; : "'' "n n'
Q. Does .: Powerfully h.
lects
of large countries? ,
A. By all means Th s ca,
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WlOTRIIUTETOlHEJMWHO
ItAPER OfW GENERATION IY NAMING
THE NEW BUILDING OF THf STATE
COLLEGE OF FORESTRY AT SYRACUSE
AfTERWM.....
!U!OiARSHALL
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m IN SYRACUSE, N.Y, IN 1856, MARSHALL
WAS SUCH A BRILLIANT STUDENT THAT ON THE
DAY OF HIS ADMISSION TO THE NY. STATE BAR
HE WAS INVITED TO BECOME A PARTNER OF '
ONE OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
***** t, NORMAN wl SOL NODEL
IN I8W.HISFAME AS A CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-
YER BROUGHT HIM TO NEW YORK WHERE HE
JOINED THE FIRM OF GUMENHEIMER.UNTER-
MYER AND MARSHALL.HE REMAINEO WITH
THEM UNTIL HIS DEATH.
GUGGENHEIMER
UNTERMYER
MARSHA]
AS A RESULT Of MARSHALL'S MACNIFICENT ORATORY, CON-
GRESS ABROGATED US COMMERCIAL TREATY WITH RUSSIA IN
1911 BECAUSE OF THAT COUNTRY'S REFUSAL TO GRANT
TRAVEL VISAS TO AMERICAN JEWS. ROMAN CATHOLIC AND
PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES.
.
MARSHALL WAS IN THE FRONT
HANKS OF JEWISH LEADERSHIP. HE
BECAME PRESIDENT OF THE AMER-
ICAN JEWISH COMMIT TEE.THAOUOt-
OUT THE PEACE CONFERENCE AT
VERSAILLES IN 1919. MARSHALL
JOUCHT FOR MINORITY RIGHTS OF FUROR-
ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMIT-
TEE.MARSHALl REMAINED ACTIVE WITH THAT GROUP Aa
HIS LIFE. DEEPLY REUGIOUS,H ENDOWED THE FLORENCE
MARSHALL SCHOOLS FOR JEWISH GIRLS. AND WORK-
ED WITH THE Y.M.H.A.JHE JEWISH WELFARE
BOARD AND THE BUREAU Of JEWISH EDUCATION.
IN I927,MARSHALI'S CAMPAIGN TO CHECK FORDS
PUBLICATION OF ANTI-SEMITIC ATTACKS ENDED WHEN
FORD SIGNED A FULL APOLOGY, RETRACTION Of THE
UES.AND A PLEDGE TOCEASESUCH PROPAGANDA.
ALTHO A NON-ZIONIST,MARSHALL BELIEVED IN THE UPBUILDING
Of PALESTINE, AND HIS LAST PUBLIC ACT WAS SIGNING THE CON-
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DEATH IN SWITZERLAND IN 1929, PASSED A CREAT ERA IN AMER
KAN-JEWISH HISTORY....
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fort Lauderdale Temple Launches
I00..OOO Building Fund Campaign
|A fund raising drive in behalf
ni le Emanu-El Com-
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Hollywood was inaugurated
Construction of
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k n as funds are made
for movies, class rooms for He-
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ties, a modern dance floor, meet-
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facilities.
Abe Markowitz, a leader in
Jewish communal affairs since
pblt I I building.
f mn unity center struc-
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Wt Tempi,. Emanu-El, and
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P'p. a modern Mage, facilities
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our goal for the erection of our
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Mary Epstein; arrangements unit,
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PAGE SIXTEEN
Annual Congress
Donor Luncheon
Held Sunday
Dr. .Robert S. Marcus, head of
the World Jewish Affairs of the
American Jewish Congress, will
be guest speaker at the 6th an-
nual donor luncheon of the Flor-
ida Women's Division, AJC, Sun-
day afternoon, 1 p.m. at the Little
Roumania restaurant.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is to de-
liver the invocation and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman the benediction.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, division presi-
dent, will preside and introduce
the speakers.
Mrs. Clarence Cohen and Mrs.
Mary Stepkin, presidents of the
Miami Beach and Miami chapters
respectively, are to receive the
guests assisted by the officer* of
the organization.
Dr. Marcus as a chaplain in the
army dUring the war, helped
bring 1.000 displaced children into
Palestine. He is head of the Lo-
cation Service and of overseas
shipments for AJC, and present
consultant political head of the
World Jewish Congress. The
guest speaker is also a consultant
for the economic and social serv-
ice council of the U.N.
Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, pro-
fessor of Human Relations at the
University of Miami, will lecture
to the women of the Beach chap-
ter March 5 on "Human Rela-
ti ms in a Changing World." The
speci.il meeting is to be held Fri-
day at 1:30 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Jewish Community center.
The lecture has been arranged
by the chapter's commission on
education of which Mrs. Ben-
jamin Feld is chairman.
Dr. Lovejoy was a naval of-
ficer from 1942 to 1945. He re-
.1 his B.A. degree in educa-
tion from the University of Flor-
ida, his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
in sociology from the University
of North Carolina.
Members of the committee 'r 1948 Combined Jewisl^Appeal
:rifice Luncheon." of the women s d v.s.on. Lett g .^
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Temple Sisterhood Hears
Local Women Leaders
-What Can I Do"" :s the sub-
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standing local women speakers
to take place at the meeting Temple Israel Sisterhood for
Monday, in Kaplan Hall at 2 p.m.
Miss Adelaide Handy. W
infiton correspondent and local
writer for the Miami Herald on
women in public affairs, will be
one member of the panel of Sj
ers. Mrs. Monte Selig, wl.
ccntly returned from a F< lo-
tion-sponsored investigation tour
of Europe and Palestine, and
Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers. Mi-
ami attorney who has just at-
tended a women's internal n
conference in Peru, make up the
group. Mrs. Oilman A. Zwitman.
program chairman, will introduce
the speakers.
For the musical item on the
Mis. Edward P.*
pianist, will pr ivide a group of
selections.
Miami Ladies auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
has postponed their silver wed-
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uled to be held February 29 at
the home until further notice.
Florida Glee Club
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will be carried by Harvey Rel-
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