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The Jewish Floridian ( March 5, 1948 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 1—NUMBER 9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS 1948 "DESTINY DRIVE" SEEKS $1/989,925 'KICK-OFF J SUNDAY Sen. Pepper TO Speak At Meeting Volunteer Solicitors Gather At Campaign Launching Senator Claude Pepper will be the k^f^.^ "kick-off brunch opening the 1948 CcanbtajdJJJJJjjJ Sunday morning (March 7). at ten o'clock, at J*•J* !" ""* 2362 Collins AT?. The drive £ scheduled to end March 28. Th* is the first major campaign to be conducted in the national United Jewish Appeal for $250,000,000. With the campaign launching, the united efort c£ M^ami Will be concentrated on achieving the local goal of this years drive. $1,489,925. n# IIN decision t0 partition _, "Aware of the vital implication, of jb e.iecgtjg ^^fce^ay In Ste. th. local Jewish community U •J^Jf^ co-relitfonist. In J*utratmg the solidarity of American Jewry ~ ^j^ and to ^•ttne. who are lock* in a **•*£ JV^" declared Joseph R. JJWtoh a free Jewish state in the land of their father., aec ••ta. campaign chairman. -.— activity, ha. so solemn "Neve.Tbefar. in the history of local campaign activity. (Continued on P0 **> 9 I Nationwide Appeal To Truman For Palestine Terming 1948 as the "Year of Destiny" an appeal to President Truman to act immediately to implement the United Nations Palestine decision is reaching the White House from all 48 States, as last week's action by U. S. representatives at the Security Council endangered the creation of the Jewish State. Tying in with the opening of the 1948 Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal to raise its million dollar quota towards the national goal Miamians are urged to demonstate to the President their demand that the United States continue its policy aDorovina the establishment of a Jewish State by sending telegrams and by rnntribuung substantially to the Combined Jewish Appeal. "Thus, campaign officials stated, "as the first drive in the United States, the President and Congress will see that the Jewish people plan to back up the action of their government by translating sentiment into action." Sen Claude Pepper, who will address the opening of the local campaign, on the floor of the Senate last week called for lifting the arms embargo on the (Continued on Psgs 4) I J w



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. %  % %  -:^-'^: iHfflHxBB5fa| PAGE TWO vJenisinMJdjiaiL FRIDAY, M ARCH 5, %  Chest Drive Continued Till Goal Reached Dade County's 1948 campaign definitely has not been completed. And O. C. (Jack) Corbin, drive chairman, declared "it will continue indefinitely until we've reached our goal of $848,597." Encouraged by a growing number of unsolicited contributions coming into Community Chest headquarters, 127 N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Corbin declared they indicated conclusively that many more person? throughout the county would give to their 21 Red Feather services through their Community Chest if they wereprovided with the opportunity to give. "We still don't have enough volunteer workers to reach every person in Dade county," said Corbin. "Our only hope is that persons who hew not been contacted s'>nd their contributions to the Community Chest.'" "We have mad" a pledge to our 21 Rid Feather services to raise the funds for them to carry on their operations through 1948." said Corbin. "We can not. must not, and will not let them down." he vowed. Masada Members To Hear Simonhoff Harry Simonhotl, prominent Miami Beach attorney, will address the regular meeting of Masada, young adult Zionist group. 8 p.m. Sunday. March 7, at the Miami Beach YM & WHA, 1534 Bay Road. Simonhofl \. ;1I speak on "Effects of British and American Policy in Palestine." He has recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land, where he conferred with Jewish leaders on the current situation. In the capacity of co-chairman of the Zionist Emergency Council of Greater Miami, the speaker also attended a meeting in Washington Hi' the National Zionist Emergency Council. Masada President Joe Pardo announced the future publication of a monthly newspaper as the chapter organ under the editorship of Miss Eunice Roberts. Rose Nominated To Head Center Nominations of new officers highlighted the agenda of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center at the general membership meeting Thursday evening. February 26. President Joseph M. Rose was named to again serve in that position. Also suggested by the nominating committee were: Harry Sirkin, Alfred Stone. Abraham Goodman, vice presidents: Samuel Friedland, treasurer; Archie Brick, recording sec: and Oscar Mamber, financial sec. Renominated as board directors to serve with those members whose terms have not yet expired were: Hyman Berman, Samuel E. Bernstein. Nathan Darsky, Nathan Glosser, George Goldberg, I. Louis Mintzer, Morris Newmark, Ed Einger and Ira Walsey, The names of George J. Talianoff anfl Matthew Silverstein were added to the list by nominations from the floor. The following were recommended to be added to the board of trustees: Sam Katz. Michael Tose, Seymour Rubin and Morris Kriegel. Joe Rose Dr. Selinsky Addresses Beth Sholom P-TA "Peace of Mind for Our Children" is the topic to be presented to the P.T.A. of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School at its March 16th meeting by Dr. Herman Selinsky. local psychiatrist. The meeting will take place in the patio of Temple Beth Sholom on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Alfred Mamlet is chairman of the P.T.A. and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, chairman of the program committee. Birthday Party Guests Donate To Aged Home A gathering was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Belanoff last week in honor of whose birthday a fund was collected for the Jewish Home for the Aged. Paul Duke, nationally known magician, performed for the guests. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Anna Kanefsky, Mrs. R. Wishner and Mrs. R. Pomerantz, all of New York; Mr. and Mrs. R. Bronis of Monticello, N. Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kamaroff. Edward Talmadge, Mrs. Sadie Sionsky. Mrs. Charlotte Febcr, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaufman. Mrs. M. Kern and Mrs. Harriet Belanoff. all of Miami. ACE RI T G CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING Deborah Group Plans Informal Spring Dance Deborah group of Hadassah has planned a Gala Spring Dance for Tuesday evening. March 16 at the Robert Richter hotel. Miami Beach. The informal affair will take place from 9 to 12 p.m. Mrs. Maurice Yolman, chairman of the dance, lias prepared entertainment for the evening's program. Assisting her with arrangements are Mrs. Joel Newman, Mrs. Leon Lundy, Mrs. Morris Gidney, Mrs. Martin Lundy. Mrs. Lester Sale, Mrs. Arnold Rubin. Mrs. Bernard Fuller, Mrs. Ben Grenald. Mrs. William Iver, Mrs. Manuel Luck, Mrs. J. Stein. Mrs. Alex Robbins, Mrs. Leo Pollack. Mrs. Herb Gutman, Mrs. Irving Blasberg. Mrs. Jerry Granger is in charge of publicity. Mrs. Lea Levine is president of the group. linkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 LILLIAN DURRANT'S 41st Street Ffoirer Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER 0/ BOI L ""* %  -• ( % % %  ***** —.-•-• %  "si &&%&*/ ROKEACH WL\ &f BORSC I. ROKEACH t. SONS INC. BROOKLYN NY. rAHMIKOOALC H. J. BtlT sou* JLCHULtn Town Hall Hears Ldgar Guest As a bonus to patrons of the first annual Town Hall forum, the men's clubs of Temple Israel and the White Temple presented Edgar Guest, famous writer and columnist of the Detroit Free Press, last Sunday night. Winding up the forum's program at Temple Israel. Guest's appearance followed the last scheduled lecture of the series, that of Dorothy Thompson who spoke before a capacity crowd in the Methodist temple February 26. Guest, whose syndicated columns are widely read throughout the country, promised the Forum president, Herman A. Binder, that he would donate his entire fee to the Community Chest, if $100 could be collected for that cause by the audience. Binder was able to turn in a sum in excess of that amount to the chest. Jerome Cohen, president of Temple Israel Men's club, introduced Binder whom he credited with the success of the lecture serios. Binder welcomed the guest speaker, who is a co-president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in Detroit, and pointed out the timeliness of his appearance as a climax to the Brotherhood Week celebration. Assisting Binder with the Community Chest collection were John D. Kille, E. O. Simon. Max Holtsberg, J. Gerald Lewis, Henry E. Wolf, Monte Selig. T. F. Spragg. H. L. Dobbs. Benjamin Slote and Henry Hirsch. Unveiling Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late PHU Brown of 1030 5th St M? P Beach, will take place Sunday* 3 p.m. at Mt. Sinai cemeterv Rabbi Moses Mescheloff W jn officiate. Arrangements are being ma H„ by Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi ami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to he present. TODAY'S FILM PESTS! SPOIL FOOD DESTROY PROPERTY SPREAD DISEASE FOR COMPLETE PEST CONTROL CALL Oil Tasti Will Convince You, Too HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Kosherinned Chicken Fricitut It tops in quality, •Ktstaniiif in flavor. Yes, all the Horowfiz-Margareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, traditional, home-style Jewish way. Economical, too... save work, time, money! PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by NATIONAL %  III V\IIS. IX. 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami. Florida Phone 2-7405 Ask for KOSHER ZION Products at your Local Delicatessen If you are in need of Kosher Zion Products This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami Call. Florida Provision Co., Inc. 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MARCH 5, 1948 *Jenisti rfaridt/fttf PAGE THREE Community Rallies To Honor Year's Host Outstanding Man And Woman aids to the outstanding man and woman of 1947, Ernest r and Mrs. L. I. McCaffrey, were presented last night at a F de Americanism rally in Bayfront park by Henry Cobbs, ^Tfruit shipper. Cobbs assumed the responsibility for all costs h ontest which was conducted by various civic and service ^mzat ons in the area. %  ffSo*A Smothers, Conman for this district, flew Tn f om Washington to be *"ipj speaker at the rally. princ Winners were 0 f 29 leading civic workers ^outstanding personalities in Lie county whose names :l„ied with letters of re were Ihtion Silver engraved pla"gC awarded to Mrs. McCaffrey and Mr. Coe in recognition of their public service. All city and county officials jnd members of more than 200 civic and service groups were invited to honor the winning constants Entertainment was planned by Sidney Segal!, program chairman, and the presentation address was broadcast over station WBAY. Mrs. McCaffrey was selected for her accomplishments as president of the Florida Federation of Women's clubs and as a member of the Governor's Children's commission. Her work as chairman of the Women's Division of the Communitv Chest and her leadership in directing the United Nation's clothing drive were also cited. Mrs. McCaffrey served as a member of the Florida Food Conservation Committee and traveled throughout the state urging support of the President's Food Conservation program in order that food could be made available for European sufferers :n the event of the adoption of the Marshall plan. She was also chairman of the Information Division of the Red Cross Disaster Relief program. Coe was chosen by the judges for his achievement in bringing to fruition a twenty year old dream, the establishment of Everglades National park in the state, which was made a national park by an ait of Congress in 1947. He has received national recognition for this accomplishment and was awarded the medal of the American Horticultural Society for his outstanding work of the year. Leaders of the President's administration also commended him for his work with the program. Heart Institute %  Mans Hospital For It>s4>;ir, h First non-profit hospital for research in heart disease in the country is the goal of the Miami Heart Institute, Inc. Plans for the Miami project are to be discussed at a dinner in the LaGorce Country club at 7 p.m. on March 8. Campaign to raise $500,000 for the hospital and research center s being backed by doctors, civic ind business leaders. Miami Heart nstitute is the local unit of the American Heart association, .vhich is raising money to combat heart diseases. Leaders of the drive expect the •ontemplated hospital to have national importance because of he number of heart patients sent o this climate. The sanitarium is o accept charity and pay patients as well as those who are able to pay part of their expenses. Office for the institute has been >pened at 904 Seybold bldg. Chamber of Commerce Honors Kronenfeld John Kronenfeld, vice president of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, was awarded a gold key by the Americanism Committee of the Junior Chamber of Commerce for outstanding activities in the field of Americanism and community service during the past month. Kronenfeld was one of twelve men honored by the J.C.'s of Miami for his participation in promoting and publicizing the visit of the "Freedom Train" in this city in December. He was one of the originators of the committee on public affairs of Sholem Lodge. Beach Aged Auxiliary Plans Annual Benefit Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president of the Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be host to the board of directors of the auxiliary Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in her home, 4214 Post Ave., Beach. The women are to plan the annual card party which will be held Tuesday evening. March 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the Floridian hotel. Proceeds of this affair are to go to the Sydney Appel Medical Fund which provides medical needs for* all residents at the Home in Miami. Tickets may be obtained by calling the chairmen. Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan. 5-7889, or Mrs. Rose Beck, 5-1459. Professor To Address Spinoza Forum Edward Clarke of the Universiy of Miami will be guest speaker tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 ).m. for the Spinoza forum. Unler the canopy on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Prof. Clarke will review a recent book m Abraham Lincoln. Charles Lee will lecture on astronomy Tuesday evening, and Dr. Morris Schneer on psychology Miami lor better living Wednesday evening. Rev. Joseph Barth is to address the next forum. Gables B'nai B'rith Holds Cancer Program Mrs. Clyde Epperson, Dade County Commander of the American Cancer Society, will share the spotlight with Dr. Maurice Greenfield, head of the Radiology Department at Jackson Memorial Hospital, at a "Fight for Cancer" program sponsored by the Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tuesday. 8:15 p.m., at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Also scheduled is election of lodge officers for 1948. Dr. Leonard Glickstein, presiclent, will preside and introduce the speakers. Refreshments will be served. Tenor star of the Miami Opera Guild's production of "Madame Butterfly" on March 13, 15, 17 at Miami Senior High school auditorium will be Jon Crain, seen as Lt. Pinkerton. Regina Resnik, leading Metropiltan Opera soprano will sing the title role. §. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Ute. Also to r Hebrew Schools. CnSD "1D1D Telephone 5-1017 Nursery Planned For Beach Y Mothers of Miami Beach having children between the ages of 3 to 6 met at the Miami Beach Y Wednesday morning to discuss the development of a nursery program. Included in the program was a discussion of existing nursery schools by Mrs. Maurice Grossman, director of the Miami Y nursery, and Mrs. Esta June Nicholl, supervisor of Dade county non-profit nurseries. A discussion followed led by Dr. Jesse V. Cohn, well-known psychiatrist, who addressed the group on the value of group experience children of pie-school age. Leo Chaikin was chairman the meeting. CEJWIN CAMPS Port Jervis, N. Y. In the Catskill Mountains Established 1919 Non-commercial Progressive Educational Camps Ideal for Jewish boys and girts. Land and water spoils, aesthetic activities; .lewtHh cultural Infiuencea; Sabbath ami dietary laws observed, Rates—|S60. Bend f< de scrlptivQ booklet. A. P. SCHOOLMAN. Director. 231 W. 83rd St., N. Y. 24 CAMP \< |IYAll GODEFFROY. NEW YORK "Founded by Dr. Samson Benderly*' e 22nd Year • Boys-Girls 6-16 • Only 75 mi. NYC e Dietary Laws • Arts, Crafts • Medical Staff • Land. Water Sports • Jewish Cultural Activities • Nature Study, Gardening e Dramatics, Folk Dancing • Competent Supervision e Write for Booklet "Q" MRS. ETHEL WHARTMAN 1534 Collins Ave., M.B., Ph. 58-1809 M. A. BARSHAD Executive Director 1457 Broadway, N.Y.C. 18 BR. 9-085O CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIfLLS HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA (A modern, select camp for 30 girls) Planned program of sports, dramatics, dancing, handicraft, nature study. Wholesome, nourishing food and individual attention. Phone 3-3400 or 9-5368 for 1948 details. DR. PAUL BECK Operatic Tenor, Vocal Specialist and Coach VOCAL STUDIO For Appointment Call 5-9156 Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INBURED Guaranteed Work Phon* 3-6924 "imatei OmrluUy Oivtn foi oi Pullen Metal Craftsmen CLAUDE PULLEN, Owner Designing M,,kln S„ DDCD ORNAMENTAL R 1 0 J N Nl f PPER BRASS. ALUMINUM 395 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-5614 M' mi Fla. tm Quality 9ood product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by th FLORIDA PROVISION CO. IK. 1725 N. W. 7th ***** FhOettl***' CAMP OSCEOLA TWO SEPARATE CAMPS FOR JEWISH CHILDREN (est. 1924) FOR GIRLS on Mills River Horse Shoe, N. C. Resident Doctor and Nurse Modern Sanitation All Outdoor and Water Sports Directors: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. in Ed.. M. Ed BELLE SEIGEL SILVER. L.I.. B.A. 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 FOR BOYS on Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N. 2500 Elevation Mature Staff Sabbath Services C." CAMP LENNI MJm A PK SALISBURY MILLS, N. Y. BOYS — GIRLS 5 — 15 YEARS Friday evening services Everything in camping on program Private Lake — Medical Staff Individual Attention Write — Only Few Vacancies Left CAMP CARLYLK 12 Acres Ideal Summer Camps for BOYS AND GIRLS Age 5 to 14 Years HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA an CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES A QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS Mike Levine. University of Miami Physical Educat.on Initructor, Program Director ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER MRSBESS OLASSER, Director CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD 0 M*V<*%£ 0 &$t„ m ^ B Ch SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCEUCE AND CMROHIC CASES WRIT! 0 tOOL' III S.W. 30'" COURT MlSVMt-ia QR1PA Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races Admission (No Minors) 25c TRANSPORTATION — From Miomi—Eiprcss Service by Red Adams Line from Elks' Club, Eost FlogJer Si. and N. E. Third Ave. rro"m 6:30. Ft. Lauderdule— Frem 442 E. Las Olas Blvd. at Iri-quent intervols. HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB



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PAGE FOUR fjewist nnrktinn FRIDAY, MARCH 5, Ok EDITORIAL i$l$ The 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, which will be launched next Sunday. must raise $1,489,925 to do its share in the United Jewish Appea S25u,u00,0UU Year of Destiny drive. It is the largest goal in the history of the U.J.A.. ana Dy far the largest ever sought by a private welfare organization But the needs which the United Jewish Appeal is called upon to mee dwarf the $250,000,000 goal. American Jews, through the U.J.A., this year must move large numbers of Jews from the DP camps of Europe to Palestine ana carry on large-scale reconstruction programs in Europe. They must also provide a welcome for the 25.000 refugees who will be entering the United btates this year. Gerteiwshj fold/ r Anoroval by the United Nations of an independent Jewish state in Pales,ine has rekindled the hopes of many of the uprooted Jewish survivors in Eurooe Many of them cannot concede of any other home than Palestine. Tnere for the firs. time, they will be able to stand upright as men among men. k^rm^P Palestine will belong to them, and they will belong to Palestine. Their resettled,I is one of the major tasks of the United Palestine Appeal. In the face of inadequate intergovernmental aid. the U.J.A. reconstruction moaram in Europe must take on new proportions this year. If the more than 1 tint) 000 lews who will remain in Europe are to become self-reliant individuals who no longer need to seek or accept aid-a status for which they yearn after spending years as objects of persecution or objects of chanty-we must provide the financial sinews with which they will build new lives with the help of the Joint Distribution Committee. The United Jewish Appeal program in our country has added precious metal to the melting pot. The thousands of one-time refugees who have made sianal contributions to the defense and development of our country bear eloquent testimony to the work of the United Service for New Americans. Thousands of proud Americans who walk the streets of our great and small cities were frightened, harried refugees one year or two years or ten years ago. The 25.000 who will be received in the U.S. this year must be guided on the road to self-support and citizenship in the same manner. This goal will help meet Greater Miami's requirements. If we are to remain strong as a community and continue helping our brethren overseas, we cannot overlook our local needs. The success of the U.J.A. drive in this supreme moment in Jewish history, when we can decide the future of the Jewish people everywhere, depends on us We must do our part by oversubscribing the goal of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. We in Greater Miami can point the way for the nation. 1948 is the Year of Destiny. For us it is also a year of trial we must not leave that decision in doubt! fheMpmetftHome Streteh By JOSEPH R. STEIN Chairman, Greater Miami UJA Campaign When I was asked to accept the chairmanship of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, I was reluctant to undertake a task of such magnitude. I knew that it would be no easy job to raise the tremendous sum required in this year of destiny, and I felt that it would be really more than I could undertake. But I was assured that if I did accept the campaign chairmanship, I would be surrounded by an army of general, majors, captains, and staunt foot-soldiers who would devote all the time and all the effort necessary to make this campaign a success. 11 am happy and [phase of the proud to state at I this moment j when we are about to launch Joseph R. Stein t he metropolitan campaign that, in truth, I have received the fullest support and as much as I could possibly have hoped for. We are now on the home stretch. The foot-soldiers are about to take the field. They have a tremendous job ahead of them. I bespeak for each of them the courtesy, the sympathy, the support and the cooperation of the entire Jewish community. They are doing a noble task and I know that the Jews of Greater Miami will not let them down. They are working in behalf of less fortunate members of the Jewish faith in Europe, in Palestine, and in this country. We in Greater Miami are sinNation Appeals To President (Continued from Page 1) Jews of Palestine as a measure which might eliminate the necessity for an international police force in Palestine. lie also called on the government tu buck the U.N. on partition. JERUSALEM. (JTA)—The Palestine Government this week charged the Jewish Agency with attempting to "stir up racial hatred" and with bad faith in not keeping its promises to suppress terrorism within the Jewish community. The charges were contained in an official communique which warned the Jewish community that continuation of "indiscriminate murder and condoned terrorism" can lead only to forfeiture by the community of all rights in the eyes of the world "to be numbered among the civilized peoples." The communique contained a threat to withdraw military protection from the Jews. After praising the activities of the British security forces, the statement said that despite this fact the Agency has attacked the British troops and police, and added: "It must henceforward be clearly more difficult for British troops to look upon members of the Jewish community as persons who are entitled, as they are, to protection." gularly blessed. I hope we will share this blessing with our overseas brethren. It is in this spirit that I come to the Jewish community of Greater Miami and ask them to help make the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal the success it deserves to be. U 9 *MJpToMJs By JACOB SHER President, Greater .Miami Jewish Federation Those of us who represented Greater Miami at the National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal in Atlantic City a couple of months ago were tilled with the spirit of the occasion, and came home convinced that 1948, would be the year of destiny and the year of hope for the Jewish pie. Since that conference, conditions in Palestine have reached a sis a crisis of such manitude that we arc on the brink of despair. We are tight| ing a war of dem Palestine and ano'ther kind of de\ tensive war in this country and in Europe In Palestine we must defend the new homeland against the war brought upon it by the Mufti and his henchmen. In Europe we must fight to bring to the DP's and to the Jews in other European countries hope that before tins veai is out. tluy will be able to take up new homes in then land of hope, the land th.y have been waiting for—Palestine I,, country we must defend the good name of the Jew, and we must make it possible for Jews to live a healthy and a sane liftas good Jews and as good Americans To the members of the Jewish community of Greater Miami has fallen the honor of being the first in this country to conduct an annual campaign in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. It may well be said that "As Miami goes, so goes the nation." I hope and I am confident that the Jewish community of Greater Miami will live up to the responsibility that confronts it and that it will go over the top in its campaign for SI.489. 925. "Political ltoiimlii|i Beginning with the issue of March 12th the Jewish Floridian will present to its readers a weekly column under the heading "Political Roundup." Current happenings on the election scene will be covered. Jacob Slier Sisterhood or Beth Jacob Congregation will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. Plans include guest speakers, moving pictures and refreshments. fJtnist Ikr/aT/cHn Published every Friday tine* 127 by The Jewith Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida. Enlered a> second-dais matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 187. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed •tie Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year tS.OO Two Years ,......,,,' $5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 Number 9 FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1948 I ADAR 24, 5708 Answer The CaU By MORRIS KLASS Executive Director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation For almost three months Federation's offices have been as busy as a beehive in preparation for the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. Volunteers and staff mem-1 bers have assorted, classified, and placed into various categories! some 10,000 prospect cards These cards are now ready for coverage. We have enrolled 1.000 workers] who have agreed to call upon the prospects assigned to them. To these workers I say, "It's now up to you. It is up to you to see that every single card is covered." Only by coverage and the Morris Kloss securing of maximum gifts '•' in | we hope for success in this, thel greatest of all campaigns that thel Jewish community of Greatej Miami has ever been called uponj to support. I am certain this coin-J munity will respond to tli tremendous call of the hour ins is a historic year, a year that ui S go down as the year in whirr.ii Jewish nation was reborn, ina Jewish nation must be defendeo against all enemies. We musi rally to the support of the naganah. of the young men a !" women who are daily shedd.nl their blood in defense of I homeland. I know that over here too Greater Miami we realize our 1 sponsibilities to support oui %  <--1 agencies and that each of us ? %  do his utmost to make this cai paign a success.



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** %  • %  HWMMWW rir^MARCH 5. 1948 Migs Kaler. Greenberg ct Wedding Date v, a Miriam Kaler has set April c'the date for her marriage 11 f| Greenberg. Their engage10 „,c ji announced today by her m 1' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. KaTer. 560 Michigan Ave., Miami "HMS the son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Kaler Louis Greenberg of 746 S. W. 10th Ave. The bride-elect attended schools in Atlanta, Ga., where she lived before moving to Miami three years Her fiance, a naval aviator for 54 years, received his schooling in New Vi rk City. Tamara Birthday Party Tamara chapter of Mizrachi will hold a joint birthday party in the : irm of a luncheon next Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Israel Yulish. president, and Mrs. Emanu.l Karger, regional adviser. It will take place at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Yulish, 2870 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Optra Guild of Miami Presents MADAME BUTTERFLY WITH I(,I\V RESNIK Leading Metropolitan Soprano and An All-Star Cast Who Will Sing All Three Performances MARCH 13. 15. 17 At Miaou spnior H. 8. Auditorium Tickets On Sale At Burdines 3rd Floor, Phono 91332; Co.delia'i. Amiton's, Miami Beach Radio Co., •ad Guild Office, 625 S. W. Mth Rd.. Phone 3-5967. $240 $3.60 $4.80 Rabbi Mescheloff Unite* Gottliebs Under a flower-covered canopy Miss Sylvia Rotapel and David B. Gottlieb exchanged vows February 14 in Beth Jacob synagogue. Rabbi Moses Me:chel<>ff performed the wedding rites which were followed by a reception in Beth Jacob community building, and later by a dinner for close friends and relatives at Hotel Raphael. Miss Mildred Cohen of New York, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Abraham Litwin. sister of the bride; Miss Muriel Gottlieb, cousin of the bridegroom, Miss Rita Gottlieb, cousin of the bride, and Miss Edith Simmons. Mrs. Gottlieb who has resided with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. Enerficld, at 128 Washington Ave Miami Beach for the past nine years, was born in Warsaw. Poland. She is an active member of the Business and Professional Women's chapter of B'nai B'rith, and is affiliated with ; her uncle in the manufacturing business. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gottlieb of 5122 N.W. 5th St., the bridegroom is associated with his father in the real estate business here. A native of York, Pane served four years in the armed services overseas. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Litwin, of Italy; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gottlieb, of York, Pa.; Harry Gottlieb, of Haddon Heights, N, J.; Mr and Mrs. Robert Got'flieb, of Brooklyn. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pedowitz, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Linn of Vineland. N. J. Following a short honeymoon trip to Daytona Beach, the couple will make their home in Miami. Purim Ball Features Radio's Lee Mason Purim ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will be held Sunday, March 21, at the Civic center, 35 N.E. 2ni St. Lee Mason, radio artist, will be master of ceremonies, according to Mrs. Max Jacobskind. chairman of entertainment. Mannie Gates and his orchestra are to provide music for dancing. Ads are still being accepted for the journal which is to be distributed to guests of the dance. Information may be obtained bycalling Mrs. Herbert Feldan. 3-6191. or Mrs. E. L. Becker, 3-1025. Tickets are available at the congregation building. -JmlMli fhrHHan PAGE FIVE Miss Cohen. Simon Plan June Wedding A June wedding will climax nuptial plans of Miss Ruth Cohen, whose engagement to George Simon, Miami Beach, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Stuart Newman, public relations Counsel of Miami Beach, and Ft. Lauderdale, was guest speaker at the monthly meeting of Southeast Florida Optometric Association. The meeting was held at the El Comodoro hotel, last Monday evening. HOW! K OSHER BUNDED WHISKEY^ To meet the demand of the Jewish public which abstains from using blended whiskey and other tvpes of blended liquors for fear that non-Kosher materials might be used in the blending, we have produced an original Kosher blended whiskey by the name of AL1YAH. It is blended in strict compliance with the Dietary Laws. ALIYAH is produced under the supervision of Rabbi Mordecai Pinchas Teitz of Elizabeth, New Jersey. ALIYAH Whiskev is Kosher for the entire year, but NOT for Passover. ALIYAH is a blend of finer whiskies with grain neutral spirits, made to satisfy the most discriminating taste. If your neighborhood dealer doMnotyet carry Aliyah Kosher Blended Whiskey, please have him contact SOUTHERN LIQUORS CO. Phone 2-6149 1700 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, Florida Miss Silberman Reveals Troth Betrothal of Miss Annette Silberman and Dr. Lawrence Feinberg has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silberman, Wood Vine, N. J. Dr. Feinberg is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' Albert L. Feinberg, 1945 N.W. First Terr. Miss Silberman, a graduate of Miami Beach High school, is a sophomore at the University of Miami where she is majoring in physical education and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority Dr. Feinberg was graduated from Miami High school and attended the University of Florida where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. He was graduated from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis where he was president of Omega Epsilon Phi. The prospective bridegroom is a veteran of three and one-half years with the Navy. Rosalyn Siegel, Pollak Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel of 1553 S.W. 7th St. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Rosalyn, to Melvin Pollak. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pollak, 1853 S.W. 23rd St. Miss Siegel attended the University of Miami and was a member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority. She was graduated from high school in Brooklyn. Also a student at the university, the prospective bridegroom is a Miss Cohen Mrs. Irving Cohen of Deal. N. J. and 5291 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Miss Cohen attended Berkshire Hills Junior College, Great Barrlhgton, Mass. and the tear School at Miami Beach. He: finance, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Simon, 803 Washington Ave., recently graduated from the University of Miami where he majored in business administration. Prior to his wartime service, he was a student at University of Florida. The wedding w-ll take place at the Hotel Pierre. New York City, on June 20 The young couple plan to make their home in Miami Beach. lira ill in.in Heads Honor Guard Honor guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jewish War Veterans, Monday re-elected Kenny Braidman commander of the guard. Jack Silver is the new vice commander. Also re-elected were Hy Morris, adjutant: Sid Horn, finance officer; and Edward Levine, quartermaster. The honor guard, which meets the first Monday of every month, has as its main service that of rendering military honors to the war dead. They have been traveling to various nearby cities for this purpose. All families who have remains of war dead in their family being returned from overseas are welcomed by the guard to avail themselves of this service. Council Women Discuss Consolidation Question "Should the City of Miami Merge with Dade County?" is the topic to be discussed at the next public speaking forum, sponsored by Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women. It will be held at a luncheon in the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach, today at 12:30 p.m. The regular program is scheduled for 1:30. Carl Hoffman and Ty Norwood, have betn invited to discuss the pro and con sides of the subject to be followed by a round table discussion. Luncheon reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Harry N. Schiff or Mrs. Aaron Farr. '"i'i;:M :"V i v i Vr i Miss Siegel member of Phi Epsilon Pi. He attended high school in Cleveland and served in the Army for two KOSHER BLENDED WHISKEY LONDON 4 CO. INC. NIW VOBC N. *• ALIYAH / / / / / / / / i i 4 Musical Program Held At Hebrew Academy The Hebrew Academy, located at 918 6th St.. Miami Beach, will present a cultural and musica program on Tuesday evening, March 9th at 8 p.m.. for the members and friends of the institution. A number of outstanding musical artists as well as prominent speakers will participate. £ urctines SunsJivte ^OsA/e/tt Checked and double checked TISSUE GINGHAM >1 .29 Yard • The sheerest of fine gingham ready to become eye-catching new fashions. • Strikingly patterned in double checked desians ... featuring two shades of each color. • Two shades of green, blue, red, or brown with white. • It needsv no starch ... is easy to wash and dries in a jiffy. • About 36 inches wide. Burdlne's. Miami, Fabric Center, Second Floor, Also at Ft. Lauderdale and Weit Palm Beach Mtnxxd pleasant (Emttatksmtt ^omt OF MIAMI. INC. 1408 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE AXXOIWCING A NEW CONVALESCENT HOME OPENING ON MARCH 8, 1948 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 nw



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PAGE SIX Miami Orthodox Plans March Purim Ball Sisterhood of the Miami Orthodox Congregation is planning its annual Purim Ball to be held March 14 at the new Miami Y. The program will feature entertainment from the Little Roumania and other star acts. Mrs. M. Kupferstein is general chairman for the evening; Mrs. Max Rappaport. ticket chairman; Mrs. Solinger and Mrs. G. Sand are in charge of refreshments; Mrs. E. Karp and Mrs. Nesselson. chairmen of the door prizes. Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. E. Karger. Mrs. Rappaport. Mrs. Nesselson, Mis. Karp. Mrs. M. Bear, Mrs. H. Kline, and Mrs. M. Grauer. Newspaper Anniversary Observed In Miami The Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, Lodge 192 joined by a group of Greater Miami residents are observing the 26th anniversary of the Jewish Daily, the Morning Freiheit with an affair Sunday evening, March 7. at the Miami Beach Senior High school auditorium. Participating artists in the program will be Julius Adler of the Jewish stage; Mrs. Luba Weiner. with her accordion in Folk-Lore Repertoire; Mrs. R. Robbins, pianist, and the Jewish Folk Chorus under the leadership of Louis Powesky. Moishe Katz. journalist and writer will extend in behalf of the "Morning Freiheit" staff. Miss '/.(ilka Mildred Zalka Heads Florida D Phi E Group Miss Mildred Zalka was installed this month as presidi nl of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at Florida university, Tallahassi i Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka of 915 S.W.. 7th St.. Miami. Miss Zalka is a sophomore majoring in dietetics. She is a past president of the ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls. *Jewlst flori d/tin Robbins Opens Law Offices In Hollywood Leonard Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie M. Robbins of Ft Lauderdale, has opened a law office in the new Slater Building at Hollywood. Young Robbins, who was graduated from Harvard University's College <>f Law last June, successfully completed the Florida State bar examination last fall. He was graduated from University „f Florida in 1941 with the degree of bachelor of arts and completed his freshman law yea; at Harvard before entering the Army Air Force. During the war he served as squadron navigator with a 15th Air Force bomber group. He receive.! the Distinguished Flying Cross with one oak leaf cluster and the Air Medal, with three oak leaf clusters in addition to European theater ribbons and battle stars. Robbins retired from active duty with the rank of captain in September, 1945 and returned to hi> law studies at Harvard. He is a member of the American Legion and of Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity. Robbins' parents have been active in Temple Emanu-el in Fort Lauderdale since its inception. His mother is a past president of the Temple sisterhood while his father recently completed a term as president of the congregation. FRIDAY, MARCH A 1948 University Presents Detroit Symphony University of Miami will present the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in a concert on Saturday evening. April 3 in the Miami : High school auditorium. Dr. Karl Krueger, permanent conductor of the orchestra will direct the symphony which has included Miami on its southern tour. Tickets may be secured at the University of Miami ticket office or the downtown office. H40 S.E. First St. Reserved and unresi tickets may be purchased from $1.75-$3.60. Show cattle from four Florida Counties—Hillsborough, Osceola. Volusia and Dade—have been registered to exhibit at the third annual Dade county fair. March 5-14. at the Armory grounds. Ross Jordan, fair manager, said Saturday that unique exhibits from Florida Everglades National Park, Lighthouse for the Blind, and Dade County hydroponic gardens were registered during the week. Farbaml Ooatt's New llraiich Here At a gathering held at the home of Dr. Harry Queen. 919 S.W. 24th Rd.. plans were made for •.hiestablishment of a second branch in Miami of the Jewish National Workers Alliance, known as the -Farband." The committee in charge of organization are: Israel Shapoff. Isaac Pushkin and Morris Cohen. An Exclusive Laundry lor Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 FINE FUNERAL SERVICE EXPANDED FACILITIES ll'ERSIIIE MEMORIAL CHAPEL ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF A CHAPEL IN MIAMI West Flagler at 20th Avenue PHONE 9-2664 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPETENTLY STAFFED Edward T. Newman Funeral Director MODERNLY EQUIPPED Miami Beach 1236 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7777 Abe Eisenberg Treasurer 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in New York Serving the Jewish Public Since 1897 Leonard Robbins Chamber of Commerce Re-elects Montgomery John D. Montgomery, public of the Miami Beach s^ was re-elected president of th" Miami Beach Chamber of Con? merce governors at their Z, meeting. dbl Others re-elected include Catch ings Therrel, first vice president and Mitchell Wolfson, second Z president. E, D. Keefer was elect ed national councillor. I. N Parrish was reapp ( ,i nte(i general manager and was re elected secretary-treasurer f or hi, fifth term. s D. Richard Mead was seated as a member of the board for three years, and Leonard L Abess, Keefer, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Walter B. Wilson were all re-elected. 0% .3>*, MjGUST BROS n v ; Is f'•< %  BEST.' H NOW OPEN NOW OPEN TINY TOWN SERVICE, Inc. 130 Sunset Drive. South Miami Announces its Grand Opening. 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I MARCH 5, 1948 Academy Ladies League Installs First Officers ..dies League of the Hebrew \rfemv founded less than seven ths "lEo held their inaugural Cation Tea and Exercises at I Academy building Tuesday, February 24. in a floral setting, t. was attended by more than 300 members and friends of the "or David S. Andron, president lhe Hebrew Academy, deliv! ed the address of the evening ,nd installed the officers. president is Mrs. A. C. Osher,,. V ice presidents, Mrs. Harry Weintraub. Mrs. Isidore Goldherg Mrs. Paul Grossinger Mrs. Irwin Makovsky; treasurers, Mrs. i ac k Burris, Mrs. I. Schlcsinger; (manial see.. Mrs. David Andron: recordins sec, Mrs. Harry Nisselson; corresponding sec, Mrs. Gulkis: chairman of hostesses, Mrs Raphael; chairman of Tree 0 f Life fund, Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg chairman of Happy Day fund'Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Greater Miami Conference of Women's Organizations, extended greetings on behalf of the various women's organizations of the community., A program of entertainment was presented in which Mrs. Abraham Cannes gave a piano recital, followed by Mr. Joseph Yanow. who presented a series of dramatic monologues. Mrs. Paul Grossing: was program chairman of the evening. Center Sisterhood Plans Party, Dinner Dance Board of the Sisterhood of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will meet at the home of Mrs Sam Lipton, 6535 Allison Rd.. this week to discuss plans for the group's Purim party. Feature of the affair to be held March 22 at 8 p.m. in Central Beach school auditorium, is to be the presentation of their annual Purim musical comedy. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff and Mrs. Benjamin Greene are in charge of arrangements, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman is directing the play. Plans will also be formulated for the annual dinner dance April 12 in the Hollywood Beach hotel. Chairman Mrs. Harry Koretsky will be assisted by Mrs. Joseph Berman. Mrs. William Feuer and Mrs Joseph Rose. Cancer Detection Office Opens In Miami Beach Announcement was made this week of the opening of a Cancer Detection Office on Miami Beach The essential purpose of the office according to its surgeon. Doctor Melyyn Berlind. is, not only the treatment of cancer, but more particularly, its prevention and early diagnosis. Cancer is definitely curable, the doctor stated but it must be caught in its early stages-and there are many thousands of cases to prove this And the only way in which this dreadful disease can be detected in its earliest and curable stage, is for patients to visit their physicians at the very first sign of any change in their normal health. The office at present is limiting its activities to the detection and treatment of cancer in women. Specifically, the office is primarily interested at the present time in the detection of cancer and allied diseases of the female breast and genitalia. With the construction of a special building in the near future, allowing tremendous expansion in the office's facilities, departments for males, and one for children between the ages of one and twelve y ears is planned. All female patients will be screened by the relatively new and simple vaginal smear technique, which according to reports, have proved extremely accurate. Biopsies, that is the painless removal of a small piece of tissue for microscopic study and diagnois, will be reserved for indicated cases. All suspected tumors or lumps of the breast will be immediately biopsied and a report given within a few hours. "Fortunately, by far the majority of these breast bumps turn out to be innocent, non-malignant tumors, showing no signs, whatsoever, of being cancerous," Dr. Berlind stated. It is the opinion of the Cancer Detection Office that every woman from the age of thirty should be examined once a year; from the age of thirty-five every six months, and when she reaches forty, every three months. This examination applies equally to the breast as well as the pelvic organs. Although essentially private, the office will be pleased to accept authorized indigent patients ^J^isfiftcridnann PAGE SEVEN Dr. Melvin Berlind for diagnosis. It will thus act in the capacity of a private clinic, accepting indigent cases authorized by charitable organizations. The Cancer Detection Office is located at 350 Lincoln Road, temporarily in office-suite 301-303. A graduate of the University of McGill, Montreal, Canada, in 1928, Doctor Berlind spent two years doing postgraduate work in Vienna, Berlin and Budapest. He is a Fellow of the International College of Surgeons and a Diplomate of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He has published more than twenty papers in scientific problems in obstetrics and gynecology in surgical journals, as well as in magazines of general public interest. An article of the doctor's on "Cancer in Females" will soon appear in the magazine "Your Life." Doctor Berlind has recently become an American Abstract Writer of a new medical journal, Excerpta Medica, published in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The doctor retains his membership in the Society of Tropical Medicine and the Aero-Medical Society—both from his war-days in New Guinea and Japan as a lieutenant-colonel and flightsurgeon—and is a director of the Zeta Beta Tau Alumni Club of Miami Beach. Flagler-Granada Group Holds Open Meeting An open meeting and social given by the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will take place Tuesday. March 16 at the Coral Gables Women's Club, according to an announcement by Mrs. James Segal, chairman of the affair. Mrs. Leo Rothstein, lyric soprano, will be featured in the entertainment, along with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lowe of Lowe Studios in Coral Gables, who will present a number of exhibition dances, including the tango, Vienese Waltz and the rhumba. Rabbi Murray Grauor is to be guest speaker at the meeting. Members of the Flagler-Granada group are those who feel the need for a Jewish community center in their area for religious, cultural and social activities, Mrs. Segal explained. All those interested in the group are invited to attend the meeting to familiarize themselves with its work and membership. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Joseph Hillis Miller will be inaugurated as president of the University of Florida at the university March 5. A group of celebrities and nationally known educators are expected for the program, ceremony and educational conferences to be held March 3 to 6 at Gainesville. Sole Distributors MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4951 We Sell. Rent and Tuna Pianos \OIKTII III All! HOME PATROL 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employees For Service Call 6-1911 — 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach Fishing Tourney Sets New Record The 13th annual Metropolitan Miami $15,000 Fishing tournament sponsored by the cities of Miami and Miami Beach, is soaring to new record heights as it moves through the halfway mark of its 99-day schedule this weekend. Attracting anglers from every state since Jan. 11, as well as several foreign country participants, the entries erase all records for a similar period in number and catch. The Metropolitan Miami Fishing tournament is open to the public without entry fees. Its chief regulations are that it be caught on rod and reel and weighed at one of the 41 stations between Port Everglades, this area and down in the Keys to Spanish Harbor Light. Full details and rules are available through the tourney headquarters at 1367 North Miami Ave., or by telephoning Dinty D. Dennis, director, at telephone 2-4144 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. any weekday. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 NORTH MIAMI ZOO N. E. 132nd St. and W. Dixie Highway Phone 78-1463 World's Only Tiger Farm OPEN DAILY Shows Each Sunday. : \ and 5 p.m. Proske's Performing Tigers—Tiebor's Trained Seals— High Act—Etc.—Monkeys, Baby Tiqers, Flamingos, Rare Birds, Alligators, Deer, Etc. 10 Acres Tropical Beauty. Bring Your Camera. Excellent Bus Service via Coast City Coaches, next to Royal Theatre, also 2 special buses on Sunday, leaving same place at 2:15 and 4.15. 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PAGE EIGHT Rabbi Zwitman Late Flash President Harry Truman this week announced that he has awarded an Honorary Commission in the regular United States Army Reserve to Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, of Miami. Rabbi Zwitman, spiritual leader of Temple Israel and an active communal worker, was signally honored as he becomes the only past Jewish chaplain in the United States to receive this award. Rabbi Zwitman took a leave of absence from his pulpit and entered the service, serving as chaplain in World War II, receiving distinguished recognition throughout his service in uniform. The award is likewise the only Honorary Commission bestowed in the State of Florida. Sholem Lodge Names Slate Of Officers Marx Feinbcrg was recently nominated president of Sholem Lodge, B*nai B'rith for the year. Elections are to take place Tuesday. Other officers on the slate are: John Kronenfeld. first vice-pres.; Sidney Aronovitz. second vicepres. and financial sec; Perry Botwin. rec sec: Marvin Raubin. fin. sec; David Stuzin. treas.; Irving Saal. guardian: Frank Jaffe. warden: Sam Silver, monitor; and Paul Barnett, asst. monitor. Three year trustees are Bill Pallot and Eli Hurwitz: two years. Louis Heiman and Milton Friedman; and one year. Burnett Roth and Jerome Wcinkle. Alex S. Cohen. Sam B. Miller and Ted Sakowitz are named on the Hillel advisory board. Magnavox Aufhoriied Sales and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-7575 IN FORT LAUDERDALE 1217 E. LAS OLAS ILVD. PHONE 4363 II>i h David Scene Of Music Program A successful Jewish Music program presented last Thursday at Temple Beth Sholom will be repeated at the Beth David. 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Wednesday, at 8 p.m. Entitled "Jewish Music Throughout the Ages" the program will include Israel's ancient songs, cantillations of the Bible, the oldest traditional chans, Yiddish folk songs, songs of the ghetto, and Palestinian folk songs. Participants will include Cantors Louis Feder, Jacob Goldring, Samuel Kelemer and Maurice Mamches; the Miami Beach Jewish Center choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman; the Jewish Folk chorus directed by Louis Powesky; Temple Israel choir, and Leon Shiff. Herman Fried, Pauline Schwartz, Ruth Brotman, Masha Guralova and Dr. Paul Beck. The program will be conducted by the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami which is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, Miami and Miami Beach Y and the Cantors Association. Admission is free. Miami B & P Women Entertain Beach Group Business and Professional Women's Division. Miami Chapter of Hadassah will have as their guests, members of the B & P Division of the Miami Beach Chapter at their next regular business meeting Monday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Y. Miss Alice Cohen, Miss Lola Bix and Miss Ruth Steinberg are in charge of arrangements for the program. Miss Ethel Weinstein, president, announced that the meeting is open to the public. v.lmvidhrtaridHari. Shapiro To Head Local JNF Council Harold Shapiro, attorney, was elected general chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, at the last meeting held at the YM & WHA Miami Beach. February 25th. Sam Prosterman. organizer of the Council in this area, presided. Mr. Shapiro, who was general counsel for the Motion Picture Industry in Wisconsin, attended schools in that state and graduated from Marquettc University in Milwaukee. VVuring War II. he served as Harold Shapiro legal officer for the Navy in Cuba and in this locality. He is the author of ••Howto Try a Case in a Navy Court." Since establishing himself in this community. Shapiro's organizational duties have included director of the drive for the Jewish Home for the Aged, general chairman of the Southeastern Regional Convention of the Zionist Organization of America, and advisor to the Young Judaea Leaders Council. At present, he is an active member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District; Zionist Youth Commission, and representative chairman to the University of Miami Campus Group of IZFA (Intercollegiate Zionist Foundation of America). Elected to the posts of vice chairmen are Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, S. Ashkenazy. Dr. Harry Queen and Mrs. K. Stadlan. Newly elected treasurer is Daniel Broad of the Miami Beach Zionist District; financial secretary, Sam Schachno; recording secretary, Miss Lillian Goodman, who is president of the Beach Group of Business and Professional Women of Hadassah; and corresponding secretary. Miss Florence Hildebrandt, who is membership chairman of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah. Affiliated organizations are Miami and Miami Beach Districts of the Zionist Organization of America. Senior Hadassah, Junior Hadassah, Masada, Mizrachi, Jewish National Workers Alliance, Pioneer Women's Organization Clubs one and two, Kadimah, Habonim and Hashomer Hatzair. FRIDAY, MARCH s u,,. SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus, Owner 'A Complete Placement Service' 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 Tires — Tubes — Batteries — Auto Accessories — Road Service 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 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 DO YOt T KHOW? You Can Get Your City of Miami Car Inspection NOW LAST DAY APRIL 15 DO IT NOW — AVOID LONG WAITING LINE LET LUBY CHECK YOUR CAR FIRST Avoid Disappointment at the Inspection Station ii55 w'runioTn. (NK lift In] worn" \m\ SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 NEW HOME $7,600 We will build on your lot, a line 2-bedroom CBS, tile balh bungalow. FHA and V. A. approved. Or, bring us your plans for free estimate. NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED BISCAYNE BUILDERS, INC. 7228 Blscayne Blvd. Ph. 78-2507 Personally Speaking.., Triplets, two girls and a boy, were born to Mrs. Nnr— Greenberg of 641 S.W. 44th Cl at Jackson Memorial Eg last Saturday. The Greenbergs have two other children, a boy and a girl. Mrs S. A. Waxman of Cincinnati is visiting her niece M Sadve G. Rose at 821 S.W. 11th Ave. UM Last week's statement in this column about the death of Mrs Charles Schlesinger of Brooklyn should have read Mr Charles Schlesinger. The deceased is the father of Mrs. S. M Grundwerg and Isador Schlesinger of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fein of 3762 S.W. 27th St. are having ft, bris for their newly born son, Charles Robert, in their hone Sunday. All friends of the family are invited to attend the open house from 3 to 5 p.m. The boy was born February 15. Mrs. Murray Apte of 755 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, is returning today from Brooklyn where she attended the weddinq of her sister, Miss Mildred Gradman to Saul Schwartz. The ceremony took place at Temple Mason. Mrs. Apte has also been visiting relatives there. A daughter, Deena Sue, was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Kreisberg oi 1031 19th St., Miami Beach, February 14. + Mrs. David Weiss of New York City is visiting her sister Mrs. Jean Seitlin of 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut Grove. She will also spend some time with her brother-in-law, Samuel Haas and his daughter at 3388 Matilda St., in the Grove. Joel Mark was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stahl of 1560 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, February 9. Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat of 531 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, are the parents of a baby girl, Ruth Marilyn, bora February 7. For Hearty, home-cooked Goulash at its best.. .1 prepared under strict rabbinical supervision at all grocers Distributed by IIVI\SO> FOOD SPECIALTIES 165 N. E. 24th Street Phone 3-7791 YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant ., _„. 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f| MAR CH 5 1948 *JenistifloridUan ^rniok Head* PAGE NINE Beach Harry ZukcrnicK Miami Beach us been elected presi,,t0 rn V'the'Miami Beach Lodge fj-nai BT.th to succeed Walter ^T^nirk is past president of JgTiiueof Miami Beach ^Sector of the Miami Beach rlssociation. He is an honorEiKentof the YMHA and %  Iher of the Miami Beach rfStrict, the Temple Beth KSK Club. Miami Beach ? manitv Center. Dade County K Jewish Congress. During the lt vear, Zukernick was responsS for the direction and planM of the Beach Lodge's unSi p* ram and serv ce pr0J !,; which have attracted a memSP of approximately 900 to Ik. Beach Lodge. Also elected to service with Mr <*> Zukcrnick are: David R. Isen, Godfrey K Newman and Samuel V Shapiro, vice presidents; Bar„ f t Beckcrnian. secretary; Daniel M Broad, financial secretary. Da vid Pavlow. treasurer; Meyer Te ,gman. warden; Jules P ChanZ guardian; Walter Kovner. monitor; Harold Zinn, assistant monitor. Selected as trustees for the lodge [01 a three year period were George J. Bertman, Sol Goldstrom and Irving Frankel. Jack August was elected to serve as two year trustee. Harry Zukernick see a complete floor show headlined by Joe E. Lewis in addition to the banquet and the program provided by the Miami Beach Lodge social committee. IliiiVI Servos Friday Suppers A project designed to promote good fellowship and to direct university students to a serious consideration of religious thought is .being sponsored by Coral Gables AwlatonqueTinstallation will I B'nai B'rith women and Hillel l held Sunday. 6:30 p.m., March Foundation. Tonight at 5:30 p.m. a series of suppers is tobe 14th at the Beachcomber. Prominent community leaders have been invited to participate. Sam Shapiro, chairman for the banquet announces that reservations at $8 per person can be made during the next ten days. There is limited capacity for the affair and maximum attendance of 300 persons is expected. Guests at the installation will Hamen Subject Of Miami Hadassah Play Miami Group of Hadassah will hold their next regular meeting Monday at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue at 1 p.m. Mrs. Norman Jacobs, chairman of Palestine Supplies, urges all members and their friends to bring their gifts for the people of Palestine to this meeting. A skit, "Who Wants to Be Hamen?" directed by Mrs. Sol Rovin. and presented by Hadassah women, will be the highlight of the program. Refreshments will be served. As an added attraction. Allen Loufer, violinist, will play, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Harry Loufer. launched at the Hillel House. According to announcement by Mrs. Bernard Abramson, chairman, the student dinners will be specially prepared Fridays twice monthly by eight members of her committee and will be served by the ladies of the Coral Gables chapter. A charge of $1.50 will be made to students. Rabbi Albeit Michcls. director of the Hillel Foundation, will conduct services following each dinner. Assisting Mrs. Abramson in the arrangements will be the Mesdames Oscar Sindell, Al Lozoff, Harry Klein, A. W. Harris William Bergida. Sidney Lewis. Sumner Mack and Morris Stotsky. Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet Sunday at 8 p.m. jM the Hillel House. Cards and refreshments are to follow the regular business session. Annual Water Wonders affair sponsored by the Rho chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority at S. University of Miami was held Saturday night at the Shore Club. Regina Resnik In Madame Butterfly Regina Resnik, leading Metropolitan Opera soprano, will play the title role in Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" which is to be presented by the Miami Opera Guild on March 13, 15 and 17 at Miami Senior High school auditorium. The Guild's second and final opera of their sixth season will be sung in English. Visiting celebrities besides Miss Resnik include Tenor Jon Crain as Lt. B. F. Pinkerton; Lydia Edwards, who was heard here as Maddalena in "Rigoletto." taking the part of Suzuki; Val Patacchi, bass-baritone, as Sharpless, and Tenor Henry Cordy -as Goro. One of t he Metropolitan's youngest leading vocalists. Miss Resnik created a sensation last year in her first appearance as Cio-Cio-San. The audience's thunderous display of praise brought her back for nine curtain calls, and completely stopped the opera. Critics also matched the opinion of the patrons. Heard just last week at the Met in "Cavaleria Rusticana," which was also broadcast, Miss Resnik has risen to operatic fame in the last five years. After graduating from New York's Hunter College in 1942. she studied voice under Rosalie Miller, who has been her only music teacher. Work in concert and smaller opera companies led her to the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the air. She was the sole woman winner in 1944, and has been at the Met ever since, doing heavy duty in the Italian and French section. "Butterfly" "Tosac" and "Don Giovanni" are among her specialties, and she was also selected for the soprano leading the new opera, "Peter Grimes." Paul Breisach, a conductor noted for his fine interpretation of opera at both the Metropolitan and San Francisco, will come to Miami to conduct. It is his first time here. Tony Stivanello, noted opera stage director who has helped produce many operas here for the guild, will again be present to handle stage arrangements. Local singers will also hold many roles in the opera. Among them are: Irene Patti. Kate Pinkerton: Kenneth Hurd, The Prince Yamaduri; Tom Winston, Bonzo; Regina Resnik Kenneth Murray, Yakuside; Fred Reibel, The Imperial Commissioner; Marx Feinberg. The Official Registrar; Marie Sjostrom, The Mother of Cio-Cio-San; Gloria Farrar, The Cousin; and Master Jay Tarpley, Dolore. The chorus, made up of more than 40 local voices, has been trained in the Puccini music by Dr. Arturo di Filippi and Otto Marzek. Story of the opera, well known to music lovers, is by John L. Long and David Belasco. Tropical Park Opens With New Facilities Tropical Park's 17th racing season, the seventh under present management, got under way Wednesday to continue for 40 days, a period terminating on Saturday, April 17. A throng of 11,554 jammed the track to pour $741,851 into the mutuels whereas last year's December debut day saw 13,127 wager only $554,812. For the convenience of the public the seating capacity of the grandstand and clubhouse was enlarged, with the infield being thrown open and many facilities being installed there for the comfort of patrons. Landscaping the grounds has been one of the chief tasks of the management, the entire property presenting an aspect completely different from that at the 1951 inaugural. Many improvements have been made along these lines since as recently as last winter. 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PAGE TEN lf-ni*l> fhridliftEL FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1948 IS'd Cross Group %  •laus Campaign Public Service Division of the American Red Cross met Monday. March 1, for an organization luncheon at the Urmey hotel. H. H. Hyman addressed the group with an inspiration plan for action. The following people attended this meeting to discuss the 1948 Dade County Red Cross Campaign: Hyman. chapter chairman: T. S. Solverud. chapter manager: Ruth Zell and Edith Howard. chapter staff; W. H. Prime, utilities chairman, of Southern Bell Tel. and Tel. Co.; Ernest Overstreet, banks chairman, Dadc county tax collector; Leo Ackerman, insurance chairman, Seybold building; Joe M. Lipton, savings and loan chairman, of Dade Federal; Mitchell Wolfson, Sidney Meyer, Mark Chartrand, cochairmen of Wometco Theatres, at 306 N. Miami Ave. Heading the airlines group are Joe Brock and C. F. Jackson, Eastern Air Line; Robt. Forrest and Edward Weisinger, Pan American Airways; John Morris and Dave Amos, National Airlines; and Ed Bishop and Redmond Daggett, Delta Airlines. In charge of the railroad division are W. R. Huggins and George Heath for Florida East Coast Railway; Wes Ficht and Adolph Seerth for Seaboard Airline Railway; and Sam Randle and Charlie Lingo for other railroads. Bill Dcwey and A. O. Wiekham of Dewey Laundry will represent the laundries group, while Dewey Leader of The Keyes Co. will head real estate. Land transportation group will be headed by R. D. Freeman and Jack Butler for Miami Transit Co : Tom E. Lewis and D. L. Wallace for the Miami Beach Railway Co.; John S. McKenna for the Ted Top Cap Company; and John Morris for the Flash Trucking Service Company. Heading newspaper is Charlie S. Leyden of the Miami Daily News; heading radios division. Thomas O. McCollough, WMBM; and Paramount Theatres. George C. Hoover and Tom Jefferson in the Olympia Building. Obituaries MRS. MINNA 1-lCHTENSTEIN Mother of Mm. H. A. Binder ol Miami, ue 79, passed away '"' l "' u; "-, 1 at her home In Atlanta. Bhe waa t h< widow or the lat. BlUott LUWUI Besides Mrs. Binder he la %  jrylved by a son, Abner. of Atlanta, andnre daughter'., Mr. J M. Klrsteln Dallas, Tex., Mrs Mat >'*•" .'•'',' N,.W York, and Mr.. M. Smolen ol Atlanta, tlve pr/andchlldren and one great-grandchild. Funeral r\icei wort held Februarj ln U nta where ahe ha. lived since 1890. ARTHUR HENRY STEUER Age 58. retired civil englneei ol 1S touth Shore Dr., Normandy Isle. Ml; Dlxlt FARMS BUTTER a„J FG t DISTRIBUTORS OF BREAKSTONE DAIRY PRODUCTS 04 DISTRIBUTORS QF ISAAC GfUIS KOSHER PROVISION FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS L. J. lUM.MIt PHONE 9-0551 £ "e".; toth pf-MiamT Be Private funeral services were neiu in the Gordon Funeral Home <$&***** Rabbi Colman Zwltm an officiating. HYMAN SILVERMAN Kge v:. of MM '• Ulna Av. Beaih. Feb. lit* Sui^wra In^ his widow, Esther, l son, Da\ld. i dauahter Mrs Bess Mu %  £&?'*•£ held i o'clock Thm*da y afternoon. Riverside .Memorial Chapel. Rabbi Leon Kronllh offIclatIn^lnterment In MI. Snal Cemetery BERNARD^KALLENBERG Cantor, age 73, of 181 Wash *" Ave., died last week In a loca no*pltal after a brief Illness. H. rs winter visitor, coming from New YorK City. He is survived by ws WHO, Lardle, The body ha. been Bent t New Y..i-k CItj for services and interment bj Be ach M emorial ohapl, SAM KLEIN \gt 76, 1560 Drevel Ave., dl a local hospital last week. He ca here four months ago from Sawn N j. He la survived by ins wile. Lena. The body was sent to Philadelphia for services and Interment by i...,. h Memorial chapel. LOUIS MARCUS Of 4.',20 Alton ltd., died on F" 6th, beloved husband ol Eva; de\ >tod father of Stanley, Robert and Alan; brother of Dave and Harry. Si were held Monday, February tn, P. in. at Riverside Chapel, 1236 W n Ington Ave., Miami Beach. MRS. LEO HELLER (Nee Myers) Age *T. formerly of Chicago, widow of tin' kit.Leo, beloved mother ol Edna and Albert 1. of Miami Beach, Maurice L of Chicago; grandmother of Mrs. Barbara Met. of Chicago and Mrs. Suzanne Bpplinger of Oakland, CsJ., niui great-grandmother ol Jerl Hue Met., Service! was at Riverside Chapel, 1286 Washington Ave.. last week. MRS. JULIAN GOLDSMITH Agi 76, of 83oa Collins Ave., | away following a lingering illness She is survived by her husband, Simon. The remain, were sent to Hardsdale, N. v.. for services and Interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. AZA Plans Canteen Chapter 322 of AZA is planninp, a social canteen to take place Saturday night at the Miami Hebrew Sehmil and Junior congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Dancing and refreshments have been planned and all teen age boys and girls are invited. Admission is free. DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? 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Bretthauer, second vice pres.; Richard R. Reynolds, executive sec; Milton Schrier secretary; Lou Seitlin. treasurer; and Wallace Maer, association attorney. Circuit Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne recently presented the group with a signed charter. Beach Hadassah Regular monthly meeting of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will be held on Monday, at 1:30 p.m. at the new YM & YWHA, 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will he guest speaker. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 907 Bitcayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 CAR STORAGE RIGHT DOWNTOWN! Reasonable Rates Protect Your Car for Longer, Dependable Service MACK'S GARAGE EXPERT REPAIRS 56 S. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-9906 \,To QU M* DRINK PLENTY OF Q^ripure Water Diuveiio TO iotn Hum CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE %  85c .. 75c %  lut Bottle. 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tuiDAY, MARCH S, 1948 Letters To The Editor _*Jmist> thridHair) PAGE ELEVEN allowing I'lter was received si Ethel W*rtOB from her mm .1 on M, who Is a Bturtenl W,"*|S e breW iMlvrrsily at Muunt '" Palestine. Leonard haa lieen W"' in Palestine for the past •SrWinthi majoring U> Hebrew. "!'"' Krton is affiliated with Camp Mr?•..;;,'"., n ,| is at present visiting; Al i faun with Mrs. Abraham g„ow. i N '•:. 69th St. pear Mom and Saul, Greetings from the peaceful land of Palestine. If you were deaf and blind you'd never know there was a war on. Of course, if vou listen to the government radio you've got to admit that this •hooting business is nothing more than a sinister Jewish plot to gain a foothold in the Middle East and then spread, octopus like. throughout the world, infecting Q with the poison of Communism, Fascism, Capitalism, Socialism and moral rheumatism. The Arabs, to be sure, are heroically defending their land against the Jewish invaders, who with their superior cunning and devilish chicanery are trying to wrest it from them. It's always Jewish thugs and gangsters, and Arab defenders and fighters. Jew hatred isn't only a monopoly of the English press and radio. American correspondents and news analysts don't do half bad for themselves when it comes to distortion. I've attended a number of news conference* given by the Jewish Agency and when you sit among the foreign press, you have the feeling that you're sitting in with a pack of wolves. They all think that Jews are so shrewd and clever that if they aren't HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Are. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman, Owner PAMPER YOUR PALATE AND YOUR POCKETBOOKS Complete Breakfast from ,55c Luncheons from 85c Dinner from $1.75 Open 'til 3 o'clock in the morning N. E. 2nd Ave. at 4th St. Under the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan very clever themselves, they'll find themselves persuaded of the Jew 1S h point of view. This, they feel must never happen. After all. there are two points of view to every issue. And that's precisely where this wonderful foreign press is full of baloney, sometimes there's only one point >f view. One of them told me that if he were an Arab, he'd consider it his duty to his people to fight against the Jews. Now •f a supposedly civilized person like a newspaper reporter feels like that, and flies into the teeth >f all the civilized nations of the world who voted for partition, .vho blindly opposes the only machinery that will keep us out of another war, namely the UN, what's the ignorant Arab expected to do when his feudal sheiks .ell him that this is a holy war and that the Jews have persuaded the rest of the world to hate and disposses the Arab. Ah me. How can you have freedom of the press when reporters come to Palestine with their minds already made up? The news lately hasn't been too good. I don't like this Arab infiltration that's coming out of Syria, and despite the fact that ..he government has helped out once, they've failed us more often. Yesterday there was an attack by hundreds of armed Arabs on Kfar Etzion, just outside of Jerusalem. I don't know how the foreign press reported it, but the truth of the matter is that the government troops didn't arrive until twenty-four hours after the attack had been launched. It was, thank God, successfully repulsed, but what if the Arabs had been able successfuly to penetrate the defences. There would have been a massacre. The situation is, no doubt, serious, but you have no occasion to worry about me, for I am in a perfectly safe position. We're located far from any possible source of trouble and I'm taking extra precautions to keep out of danger. Come what may, I've elected to stand with the Yishuv in this, its hour of crisis, and will not leave. How can I leave my own people in the time of its greatest need? The mother's call has always countered the nation's call, but it is the coward who deserts when the need for his participation is greatest. I would be ashamed, ashamed to the point of self degredation to run from the cry of those fighting with their back to the wall. for they are literally fighting alone. I don't know what this battle means to you. To me it means more than just the survival of a people, and heaven knows how important that survival is. This fight is a fight between the forces who would drive Harry Straus which opened its 40 day spring which will open its 40 day spring meeting at the Bird Road course Wednesday. He is highly optomistic over the out-look for that session. not just Arab against Jew (or to be more exact, Arab and English against the Jew). It's the Jew against the world. I used to laugh at the Palestinians who had everything nicely divided up into "we" and "they," the "we" being the Jews and the "they" anybody not a Jew. I used to think in terms of Liberals and Fascists, Americans and Germans, Socialists and Republicans. Now I see that sometimes there can be profound truths in simplifications. The Yishuv feels that it stands alone. Now that the world has tossed them a bone, it has callously turned its back on what's happening here, leaving it to the Jews to try and stave off calamity until the crumb of a Jewish state that they received from the hand of a niggardly world comes into existence. We'll suffer. No nation with any worth hasn't gone through the crucible of suffering, and the greater the heat applied, the better the metal is tempered. We've existed for thousands of years on brains and guts and that combination is going to get us through today. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 5. 1948 • PAGE TWELVE B'nai B'rith Organizes Youth Group In Gables; Other Members Active A B'nai B'rith youth organization has been organized in Coral Gables for boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 18, it has been announced by Jerry Sanders. B'nai B'rith youth chairman for the Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Chosen to head the mixed group of 13 boys and 10 girls is David Berman. President and Alan Grossman, vicepresident. Elected to serve with Berman and Grossman are: treasurer, Herbert Cohen: recording secretary, Marcia Cohen: corresponding secretary. Helen Spellman: sergeants-at-arms. Alvin Frank and Morton English: chaplain. Alan Honig: parliamentarian. Bob Shapiro; and publicity chairman, Stanley, Cannon. Coral Gables Women of B'nai B'rith will hold their annual election on Tuesday, March 16th, at 8 p.m. at Hillel House, it has been announced by Mrs. Sam Schulefand. president. Councilman Louis -Red" Snedigar, former mayor of Miami Beach, will address the members of Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith on Monday, 9 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholoni. Subject of Mr. Snedigar's talk will be "Problems ol A hoi." Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women will sponsor an "Ides of March" carnival and juke box dance on Sunday. March 14th at the Miami Beach YMHA. according to Chairman Arlene Sisselman. Members of Winx Chapter ol B'nai B'rith girls will sponsor a white elephant sale on Saturday 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. According to Miss Joan Winston, chairman of the affan surprise packages will be auctioned to the highest bidders. Serving on Miss Winston's committee will be Miss Joan Bronstein. co-chairman, Miss Janice Davidow and Miss Pauline Oppenheim. Persons having dolls may call Miss Axlrod at 4-6541 for pick up. Rabbinate Greets Hatzala President Rabbi Eliezar Silver, president of the Vaad Hatzala, arrived here by plane Wednesday morning. His visit is in conjunction with two benefit concerts given by the famous Warsaw tenor and Cantor, Miihal Kuscvitsky. sponsored by the organization. Rabbi Silver, chief of the American Orthodox Rabbinate, was greeted upon his arrival by members of the Greater Miami Rabbinate as well as visiting dignitaries and friends of the Vaad Hatzala. Having flown here after attending a relief conference in New York, lie is to be honored at a reception at 9 p.m. Saturday in the Tides hotel where he is a guest. The visitor is head of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada and of the United Orthodox Congregations of Cincinnati. Vaad Hatzala. a Jewish agenc> concerned with rescue, relief and religious rehabilitation of European Jewry, maintains 15 Yeshivas in Germany and has published and distributed one-half million textbooks and various other volumes. It is responsible for 54 Talmud Torahs and Beth RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LIBERAL I Leon Kronish; Cantor Samu.l Kelemer. anhbath. Frlda .-> I! .1.1,1 l.iltl Bella Pearlman Sunday echoolaj %  ,,, Sunday morning at 9 ta.m. for: Nurxerj A novel project has been undertaken by the members of the DBG chapter B'nai B'rith gills in accordance with a request made to them by Judge Walter Beckham of the Juvenile Court. The girls are seeking dolls to be presented to underprivileged children in this area. These dolls will be repaired and tastefully dressed and decorated by members of the DBG girls, according to Miss Bcryle Axlrod. president REFORM Tempi. Isra.l, 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emen i"...|. i.oi :il VI.. D.I thi .. ..r ih,. Week "I :*< p.m. Mincha l 0M Oral mlnyan ai i by a class In mlahna. Dally Ml'n'ha followed by ; %  nd cuatomi ai p >' a us 11 111. followed 'Second mlnyan services at o:45 claM In Jewish Followed by maarlv, abbatb FYldn Bervlee at 13 p.m. William r, chalrmai ml Morrli i\,ievenlng i l> S1"K1947 Federation oam|Hl lg„: Joaeph R Stein, chairman of the I94S campaign; Klnss, executive dlrectoi or in ,...,,,„„. ||| be gueat apekera. tir Recei.tloii follows. Mrs, Henry E. will reclti '>"• blessings Sabbath light* i the Adull atudj groui '" M '" am w „7fa"peaK on "Som. i of Judaism." reaming service %  •( Wolff the eluding lecture < % %  < erleii will be Saturday morning. Zwitman I i: i|.l — ,, sabbath 1801 S. AnLauderdale. •. s al 8 p A reception and Hebrew llabl llawli eratl n a i" _. Temple Emanu-EI, drew* ave.. Fort Rabbi David Raab. Fi lda> evening sei vh Itnbbl Rnab will speak follows. Sundaj school Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. „,,,,, !•• .,,,.. evening services. Rabbi Kaufman win speak on "The %  •-" SViKhlH.r Hosts foi Hi.Friday Oneg Shabbat ire Ml and Mis -Max Ha..km. s.ou..lav morning services at 10 a.m. H,,sts fin the Klddusr, are Mr. and Mrs louli Ltesack ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301ave., Miami Mescheloff; 311 Washington Beach. Rabbi Moses Cantor Louis J. Feder. s ibbath ••>• chlldn |. in Cantor Kusevitsky NURSE Can accommodate one or two in beautiful home on the Beach. Beach. Strictly Kosher Kitchen PHONE 58-2014 Registered nurse can accommo date elderly woman or con valescent in private home. Pleasant quiet surroundings. Reasonable rate. CAMILLE GUERIN 3411 Percival Ave. Coconut Grove Jacob schools with an enrollment ol :i.i.7. r > students, as well as various kosher kit.-Inns, hospitals, old age and children's homi U.S. occupied Germany alone Operating in 14 countries with headquarters in Paris, the organization has secured visas for thousands of rabbis and scholars now studying in the United StateAcclaimed by both the English and Yiddish press as one of the greatest singers of the day. Cantor Kuscvitsky will be heard at Beth Jacob synagogue. Miami Beach. Wednesday. March 10. and a'. Beth Tfilah congregation. Sunday. March 14. He is hailed as an of liturgy and Jewish melodies as well as a star of opera. Kusevitsky's programs will consist of Maariv services followed by concert selections. Ticket* are available now at all synagoguein Greater Miami and at various hotels < service at Mult Friday evening serv. Friday ninht forum at K ,i,i,i Mescheloff will lectur il„. theme "The Business of SweetenIna Religion Early Sabbath morning nervl. • 6 30 a ... lt.-Kiilar morn. vice at 8:J0 Rabbi win prea. h on the subject "Jewish Appointments.' in., i mediate service for teen age youth ,. i ..... under supervision of the Board "f Education Junior Congregation finchildren "f elementary school a g, .ii in under Hosupervision •>' Max Bertman "' the faculty. Klddush .. \,,i ... both Junior groups by Mrs. Joseph Brenner ami a Sisterhood comBible simlv at l p ... "I. s' I F Iman Mincha i %  '•:"" p.m. followed bj ShaloK Seudos. Rabbi will .,„ Hi, I'...Ho II ..f the Week Sunday school at I" a.m Dally school Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky. Frldll> Sel VI. • s at %  I., p in S..I II da* morning fli %  mlnj an at a ... : ... ... i: ,I,I.I Rackovsks n conduct .laservice and Bpeak on the -,,..j.-, %  Wi Are A Parl of the w h,.l. Rabbi "ill speak on ihPorMiami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening seivi.es at i cvm. %  ... Krl.lav night service at 8:1... IT ,", ol, II Kaplan will apeak on the Sb?ect "Wlsehearted and Ooodh I •• An Oneg Shabbat follows toturdas moraine aenlor.aanrleea at *j0.m. Rabbi April will speakOP. the subject The New Tablets. y;;,,,,,,."^,,,. at 10:10 oondaouj by the Junior congregation. Mint ha at %  I,, ,,„ followed by Shalos Keu.los. Rabb will speak on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Sunday school at 10 ., ,„ Hebrew school dally 3:1.. to Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Services Friday at 5:10 p.m. Late Friday evening forum at 8:30. Itabbl Hi.our will speak on the subject "Is Religion An Art Services Saturday .ii ; ;in a in. Late service at 9:30. Itabbl will discuss the Weekly Tortlon ,.f the Law Mincha at .'.:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi S. Krollewltz of Brooklyn will be guest speaker Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamchei. Late Friday evening services at 8:16 p.m. In honor of Federation Sabbath. Stanley C. Myers, president of the National Council of Jewish Federatlons and Welfare Funds, will dls. IISS Ih.subject "The Year of Destiny." Mrs Sadie Pont win be host al the reception In the auditorium Immediately after the services in honor of the marriage of her son, Harold. Floral offering has been made by Mr. and Mrs. David Sernaker In celebration of their newly born daughter; and by the Farr family in memory of Mrs. Harry Farr. Sabbath services al 8:S0 a.m, Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krantz, will hecome Bar Mitsvah al :80. student services al 10:30, Adult diNcusslon group every Sunday from 10:16 to 11:16 am l.a.l by Rabbi Shapiro. Itible class m.eis daily at 7:15 a.m. in the synagogue under th .iu. .. Abraham Levltan. % %  •* %  of Miami Beach JawUh Commun. ity Canter. 1415 Euclid ave Mi ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrmin Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring Friday evening service at ; % % %  I*te Friday evening service at titt Itabbl Lehrman will preach nnil' subject "How Jewish Is Yo,,, .' h !: Home." Saturday morning seivi. '„. 9 a.m. In honor of Federation Sahl il Stanley f. Myers Will be g A'! "i'' er. Bar Mltxvah of Richard Mr. and Mrs. Irving QlnibS. Tunu,' Congregation at 10 a.m. Y.,„th servtl and breakfast Sunday mornlnTat, am. Hebrew religious s<-h..i M. m ,i av through Thursday 3:30 to JJO ,„ Shinday school 10 a.m. till n ,„„, "• Kindergarten school Mondaj throng Friday mornings 9 a.m. nil ,, sh Cardiac Home Donor Lun4*hoon Dade Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, will hold their annual donor luncheon at the Roney Plaza hotel, Miami Beach, Wednesday, March 10th, at noon. Further information concerning the affair may be obtained from Miss Roz King. 1450 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, phone 58-3295. Chairman for this afternoon is Mrs. David Harris who with her very able committee will welcome members and their friends. Flora II. Hiekey CORSETIERE and DESIGNER Formerly of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami. Fla. Phone 3-1882 STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large OP TOO Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call Al EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — -6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner PHONE 9-4325 Ben Corbitt Sales at Service on SCALES. SLICERS & GRINDERS FAIRBANKS-MORSE & TRINER SCALES 2734 N. W. 2nd Ave. Miami 37. Fla. 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 $1.20 (tax included) UNIVERSALLLY ACCLAIMED CANTOR M. Kl SEVITSKV WILL APPEAR TWICE IN MIAMI BEACH IN MAARIV CONCERT Wed.. Mar. 10th Sun.. Mar. 14th 8 P.M. 8 P.M. Beth Jacob Syn. Beth Tfilah Syn. Washington at 3rd 935 Euclid Ava. Tickets may be obtained at SYNAGOGUE OFFICE and KOSHER HOTELS AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE (Plenty of paiking in rear) 1304 N. E. 2nd AVE. Phone 9-3144 M 1*1 ItlOlt TILE AND TERRAZZO CO. ESTIMATES FREE Phone 82-7882 1261 N. W. 29th Street MIAMI C^rWU\V\VWV\ArV\ArVWWWArW^ArWV W. M. CREAGH, Ltd. MAX PAUL. Pres. 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rMDA V, MARCH S, 1948 Workers Gather At 'Kick off' (Continued from Page 1) ne l retponaibllity and dedication p#rmUd the Jwi,h community of Greater Mimi. The spirit of determination is unparallld and giTaa heartening promiae of ultimate tictory." With the theme "1948 is the year of Destiny" as their watchword, more than one thousand volunteers will participate in this year's Appeal. Of the $1,489,925 to be raised locally, $1,000,000 has been designated for use by the United Jewish Appeal, which comprises the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, and United Service for New Americans. The Joint Distribution Committee, providing this year a new and dynamic long-range program of practical rehabilitation as well as relief, is working hand-in-hand with the United Palestine Appeal. which aids in the resettlement, reclamation, and defense of Palestine. •Undaunted by the obstructive methods of the British government," Mr. Stein explained, "these two agencies wil proceed with their collossal task of regenerating, training, educating, and preparing for a full and useful life the Jews of Europe, and helping them to realize the hope of reaching Eretz Israel, the hope which alone has sustained them during the frustrating and moralestraining years since their socalled liberation. Seventy-five thousand Jews are to be truly liberated this year, from the graveyard of Europe. which holds the remains of their dear ones, their broken lives, their lost homes." The United Service for New Americans, the third member of the United Jewish Appeal will serve the needs of newcomers to the United States. Mr. Stein said that the great interest manifested in this year's campaign is being demonstrated by the large number of reservations which have already been made for the kick-off breakfast Heading this year's campaign, in addition to Mr. Stein, are the following: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Max Orovitz, Mrs. Monte Selig, co-chairmen; Shepard Broad, Harry Cornblum, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sam Friedland. Charles Greenfield, Benjamin Kane, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Matilda Ratner, Joseph Richter, Monte Selig, Arthur Ungur, and Carl Weinkle. vice-chairmen. Rabbinical representatives are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Sam Blank and Max Orovitz are co-chairmen of initial gifts; Abraham Goodman and William D Singer are co-chairmen of special assignments. Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky, David Phillips, co-chairmen, winter residents; S. C. Meyers, E. Max Goldstein, Herbert E. Scher, KKhairmen, trades; Marcie Liberman. Irving Frankel, Joe Gardner Sam Lachman, co-chairmen, hotels. M n Abraham Goodn. Mrs. J. G. Lewis, Mrs. S. C. Myers, Mrs. Joseph Rose, cochairmen, women's gifts. red Grossberg, Lawrence Sing' %  "• and Joseph Pardo, co-chairmen, y „ung adults; Abraham ^nnes, chairman, vouth; George "lertkof. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Kabbl Leon Kronish, co-chairmen, metropolitan. Also; Mrs John Temple, Mrs. Leonard Wien, co-chairmen, vol^em; Mrs. Sol Leslie. Mrs. Herbert H. Scher. co-chairmen. ^angements; Harry Blumin. i ney Lefcourt, co-chairmen, ^ Mrs Harold Spaet, chairSORDON HOOFING AMD SHEET METAL WOHIS Mv. on %  naw rM f laUr •rt'tfietory Werta fey E'p.rlinc.d MM" 414 IM'SMKAT" Senator Claude Pepper Senator Pepper, prominently being mentioned as a possible Vice Presidential candidate, is expected to relate intimate, behind-the-scenes details of the present day governmental activities placing special emphasis upon the Palestine problem. man, publicity; Mrs. Max Dobrin, and Mrs. Dorothy Fink, co-chairmen, speakers; Morris Klass, campaign director. Campaign report meetings will be held at Manning's Restaurant. 829 Biscayne Blvd., on the following dates: Wednesday, March 10, first report lunch, 12 noon; Sunday, March 14, second report brunch, 10 a.m.; Wednesday. March 17, third report lunch, 12 noon; Sunday, March 21, fourth report brunch, 10 a.m.; Wednesday, March 24, fifth report lunch. 12 noon; Sunday, March 28, Victory dinner, ,7 p.m. Beach Zionist Meeting Harry Simonhoff who has recently returned from a trip to Palestine will discuss recent developments there for the next regular luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Zionist district. The meeting is to take place at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the National hotel. *JewistifkriaHar Synagogue Join To Support CJA Synagogues throughout the Greater Miami area will devote next weekend. March 5 to March 7th, to emphasizing the importance of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. Next Saturday, March 6, has been designated as Federation Sabbath and special services will be held in all synagogues. Literature explaining the aims and purposes of the 1948 drive will be distributed to worshippers at the Friday evening and Saturday morning services. Specially written and designed material will also be distributed to Sundayschool students. In addition to addresses by the Rabbis of the congregations, stressing the vital needs covered by the Appeal, a number of speakers of the campaign's Speakers Bureau will speak in the synagogues in the interest of the campaign. Joseph Stein, chairman of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, and Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will speak from the pulpit of Temple Israel Friday evening. Mrs. Monte Selig, one of the co-chairmen of the Appeal, who recently returned from a tour of Europe and Palestine, will speak the same evening at Temple Beth Sholom. The following Rabbis will key their sermons to the theme of the campaign in their Friday and Saturday sermons: Rabbi Colman Zwitman, Temple Israel; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob Congregation; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom; Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David Congregation; Rabbi Murray Grauer. Miami Orthodox Synagogue; and Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah Congregation. PAGE THIRTEEN Hotel Men Plan To Raise $200,000 Toward Appeal Co-chairmen of the hotel unit of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal are shown above (left to right) Sam Lachman. Joe Gardner. Irving Frankel and Marcie Liberman. mayor Miami Beach. %  tally At Center A capacity crowd attended the pre-campaign 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal Workers' Rally, held last Wednesday evening at the Miami Beach Center. Rabbi Shapiro, in his opening remarks, defined the function of the Metropolitan Unit. and stressed the importance of the Metropolitan majors, captains and workers. Rabbi Kronish gave a stirring address, in which he emphasized that "only by the united will of American Jewry can the heroic Miss Cravitt Author Of Brotherhood Article Miss Glennor Cravitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Cravitt, 201 S.W. 26th Road, was selected to write a special article on Brotherhood Week for the Tech Hijjh Press, official publication of the Technical High school. Miss Cravitt is club editor of the paper. She used as her theme "Brotherhood—Pattern for Peace." effort of Palestinian Jewry be sustained in their struggle to establish and secure for all time the new Jewish State." Sam Silver, outgoing president of Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith. will speak to members of the Luncheon club at the Downtown club. Seybold Arcade. 12:15 p.m. today. Campaign Calendar Sunday. March 7 Kick-off Meeting 10 A.M. Wednesday, March 10 First Report Lunch 12 Noon Sunday. March 14 Second Report Brunch 10 A.M. Wednesday, March 17 Third Report Lunch 12 Noon Sunday, March 21 Fourth Report Brunch 10 A.M. Wednesday. March 24 Fifth Report Lunch 12 Noon Sunday, March 28 Victory Dinner 7 P.M. 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PAGE FOURTEEN rjenist: IFkridfUaun FRIDAY, MARCH 5. Letters to the Editor (Continued from Page 11) growing on me. Jerusalem begins to affect you in a way not other cities does, and after a while you find yourself forgetting that there is an outside world. The word "galut" was deliberately used by the prophets, because after you've lived here for some time, you can't stand the thought of leaving the place permanently. I believe I'd stay if this were a Siamese state. The thrill of watching a nation come into existence is indescribable. Al achat kama v'kama, if it's your state; now it's only in, the contemplative Stage, but I'm seriously thinking of remaining here permanently, taking out Jewish citizenship, raising a family here, living and dying here. To you. living in America, such a thought is almost inconceivable. To me. here in Palestine, it is the most natural thing that I could do. Living in a land that is being won at a cost of blood, sweat and tears has an effect that is hard to describe, I may be compared to a bar of metal, and the land is another piece of metal, and the heat of the battle fuses one to the other inseperably, You've got to suffer for the land before you feel yourself actually part of it. I want you to think seriously about coming here when the noise and the fury die down. Love from Eretz. lo the Editor: 1 have :ead with interest the correspondence of Harry Simonhoff and the replies thereto by S. A. Goodman and Hyman Sootin. It is not sufficient for those who disagree with Mr. Simonhoff to talk of sacrifice of persons who fail to recognize the need of a unified command in a military force. The fact that some of our co-religionists have so suffered that they have be bereft of reason, is not sufficient excuse for permitting them to SANTO SPRINGS HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR STA. FLA. 1 hour by plane to Tampa, our auto service. Modern, fireproof, steam heat, elevator, solanums, patio, 60 outside rooms. 60 mineral baths, excellent cuisine; golfing, beach service, fishing. .Sunshine Park track 6 miles. 2 dog tracks. American plan $10.50. European plan $5.00. Phone Clearwater 2567 for reservation. have the support of American Zionists when their present actions so endangers the future of our Jewish State in Palestine. Mr. Sootin is quite inaccurate when he says we had a Zionist Parade solely directed to the memory of that hero, Dov Gruner. Our meeting was called at the request of the Zionist Emergency Council as part of a nation-wide protest against the actions of the British government, and not to "laud" the military actions of the Irgun. as Mr. Sootin put it. In one statement Mr. Sootin unconsciously sums up the point that Mr. Simonhoff is trying to make. When Sootin talks about not creating dissension in our ranks and having two camps, hi' is talking exactly about the thing that Simonhoff is complaining about: because the Irgun is attempting in these crucial times to divide our ranks and set up two camps. Further evidence of the Irgun and Stern disruptive influence is iound in the recent report of the United Nations Palestine Commission, which report stated that the whole Partition Plan is being endangered, not only by Arab defiance but by the actions of a small group of Jews having interfered with the attempts at a peaceful and immediate setting up of a Jewish State. We in America cannot because (if safety become complacent and be lulled into the feeling that anyone who shoots an Arab or a Briton is furthering the cause of Zionism. Terror is terror, no matter who commits it. Under one leadership the military organization of Haganah with United Jewish support can defend the Jewish Nation. It is our responsibility to see that dissent elements are eliminated from the Jewish Homeland now, or we shall regret the existence of these dissent elements once the Jewish State becomes a reality. Yours in Zion. BURNETT ROTH Dear Editor: The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami wishes to stress to the Jewish community, the importance of distinguishing beu ,,.,,, assistance to the liberal political interests of the local Unitarian Church and the acceptance of its Christian theology. Although the association believes that the Jewish community should be interested in a progress,v.' political platform, it feels that this is no justification for a Jew's affiliation in a Christian church. Friendship to political ideals does not mean membership m a non-Jewish church. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI M. MESCHELOFF Jewish Conference Call Emergency Session \,\v York—The Interim Committee of the American Jewish Conference which met all day Thursday, February 12 in New York, decided to call an emergency session of Conference delegates in New York on March 2021. The decision to convene the emergency session was due to the difficulties confronting the Conference and the Preparatory Committee for the American Assembly. New developiments, especially B'nai B'rith's decision not to join in the proposed Assembly, have hampered the possibility of implementing the plan adopted by the Fourth Session in Chicago. November 29December 1. In addition to organization problems, the emergency session will consider the Palestine situation in the light of America's passive attitude on enforcing partition and the establishment of a Jewish state, in Palestine. Miami Workmen's Circle Presents Luba Roy Luba Roy. talented accordionist and singer, is to head the list of artists appearing in a concert March 7 for Workmen's Circle, Miami branch 699. Scheduled also to appear on the program are Miss Betty Halom. pianist and singer, and FACE LIFTING WITHOUT SURGERY PAPAYA enzyme peel, professional treatment. Papaya Cream, home treatment. Dissolves the dead outer epidermal crust. Make nature work as in youth. Call Bette Knowlton to help solve your complexion problem. 5607 NW 7th Ave.. Ph. 783149. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. •& G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORL1N L0 UIS GERBER (pomplele tmd 5bepencJalJe cTi/fe Setorice IAMI TITLt *v#*. K'SHPH M LinroN P ,,„. *-' r P T F V C **OPTH • ......



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PPjpAY, MARCH 5, 1948 %  eaeh Y Forms %>w Dfaate Club Mrs. Evelyn Walterman, chairn of the program committoc Uhc Miami Beach YM & WHA t 1536 Bav Road, announced the formation of a number of new iivities for all age groups. Under the direction of Herman t^d director of music at the y" a music club will be formed. fl, e club which enters all phases „f music starting with music appreciation, had its first meeting on Tuesday lira Walterman also reported the newly formed folk dancing roup which made its debut on Sunday. Thirty people participated under the direction of Miss Ann Wayne. Miss Wayne is a graduate of the School of American Ballet and also studied with Martha Graham and Humphry Weidman The folk dancing group (ill continue to meet every Sunday evening at 8 and is open to all' interested parties. Ro i:,. r iting under the stars, a successful activity at the "Y" in'the past, was resumed Thursday at 8 p.m The activity will be carried on against a musical background. j\ l,, girls club for girls ranging in age from 12 to 14, has also been formed. It is a social and athletic club under the leadership of Randy Polansky, jctivitii 'tor of the "Y." The I were elected as office) Klein, president: Sand:;, vice president: Rhoda Berman, secretary; and Louise Lefkowitz, treasurer. Meetings will be held at 3:30 p.m. every Wi Inesday afternoon. The teen age council of the YM& WHA announced plans foi the Purim ball and bazaar to be held on March 21st. Festivities till begin with a breakfast at the :. Jewish Community Center and the bazaar will start at 12 noon, booths open to the Lpublic. A %  ties will consist of I all kind I thletic events. Concluding event, the Queen Esther ball with the grand processional will be I i by a coronation. Mrs W man urged that the public visit and avail themselves of tlu n that is tuning place at thi "V." Anew oil painting class of the A:', '.i nt, to meet on Tuesd noon. The group *:11 be under the direction of Mrs. Ruby Levwoff who has a %  We in the field of Bt and has attended the Art Income Tax Specialist BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS 4 Years With the Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 \ COMPANY ALL FORMS M inclvdin AUTOMOBILE FIRE .-WINDSTORM | COMPENSATION M LIABILITY H LIF E 'BONDS HLEPHONE 9-3836 106 CONGRESS BLDG. Ne^York COlUmbia **~* in Other classes in sketch and oil P aintings will continue their reeular meetings Thursday afternoons. Mrs. Walterman pointed out that an Arts and Crafts group for adults is continuing to meet every Monday evening. This group functions under the leadership of Miss Bernice Seder. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMK 1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No, 11(834 BETTY KATZ, Plaintiff, vs BENJAMIN KATZ, I'-fondant TO: BENJAMIN KATZ i Tv Stagg Walk Brooklyn, Now York You are hereby notified and required tn appear t By It II. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney al Law 1023 Reynold Building Miami. Florida 8/S-12-19-2U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i.. engage In business undei the fictitious name of CONSUMERS; CONSUMERS MARKETS; CONSUMERS FOOD MARKETS al 2081 N W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MAURICE DAUM. AM" S BENJAMIN Attorney for Maurice Daum. :: (-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAE FABRICS at 126 South Miami Avenue, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Floi Ida FRANK EISMAN. W ASM AN, SILVER & BAKOWITZ Attoi neys for Applies n! :: '5-12-19-26 l I NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fi i|: |1 \DE COUNTY, Fl.i'KIHA IN CHANCERY. No, II EILEEN MAY HANTMAN. Plaintiff, va HAROLD HANTMAN, Defendant TO HAROLD HANTMAN 196 Rose II Avenue New ai k, N. w Jersey You are herebj notified anil requlred to appe u to the Bill "f Complain) filed in the above styled cause. on .. %  before April 5th, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Lei thla order be published imi • i w< %  ifor four .',,, M |ve wi eks In The J< wish Florldlan, ,i newspaper published In Dade County, Florida Dated this 2nd day of March B. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit '. irl (Circull %  tourl Be il i B) R H RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attornej al Law i M I Sej bold I'.uilillng Miami, Floi Ida :: 5-12-19-26 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR< I n IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118194 FRANK MARTIN, Plaintiff, va, NANCY JAM: MARTIN, DefendTO: NANCY JANE MARTIN, :.:i Thompson Street, Waterbui y, Connecticut You are hereby ordered to nl y ur appearance or anawer t" th.. hni or complaint for divorce filed % %  you by FRANK MARTIN on or before the ii>! day of March. 1. otherwise the allegations of said otii will be taken as confessed agatnii DONE A\n ORDERED this lal day "' M; '""' "S ,: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court l, '""" i '"""" g*8 H BICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. ci'.i.R. ;i: ,i TAIJANOFF Bollcltor for I'l iltiiiff :: S-1 2-19-2* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the I tit* is name oi Sunshine Luncheonette al R00 waajlogton Avenue, Miami Beach, ntend. ,,r the Circuit Court of Dade I ounty, K ''"''' a SYDNEY MARGOLIN s | 0"s tur. MAKX FEINBERO Attorney for Applicant. I n a .-,-12 -19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned. / "i rl "?J M / n n n ?e of business under the fictitious *"" !" County, nortda^p EIgBNBEBO Sole Owner *Jewist] Flmrirtfon PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE NOT, CE UNDER^CT.TIOUS LEGAL NOTICE WILFRED L. KING ANOBEL KING! STANLEY CARTER Partners AuSSl HF'MAN and KAPLAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nes Un ; i ( "r"' Km I l '"" •"* %  ** to biffi•.mi A y >} L at 438 4lst Street. Miam Rearh, Florida, and Intend to BaftSK thp M fictitious name n Court nf-n f ,' h r. Clork of the Clruu Court of Dade Countv. Florida LARRY HOFFMAN HENRY MARSHALL _„ Sole Owners OEOROH 'HKRTKOF, ^' 2T y 3/^ r i2 aP "" CanU NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „„_ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot r/^. v'"'-'"!';"'" r H,,at Rentals at 1*19 N 1-. Uayshore Place, Intend to register „nld name with the Clerk ot l'i''ri,ll"' U rt f Da(le Coul,t >. HOWARD E. LEPPBR CLAKA C. LEPPBR VSasman. Silver & Sakowitz Attorneys for Apidicmts 20-27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 114680, CON8TANTINH PAPPAMACKEL. Plaintiff, vs. JOAN I'Ai'FAMAUKEl., also known as JOAN MICHAELS, Defendant. TO: JOAN APPAMACKEI* also known as JOAN MICHAELS. 40-18 Hampton Street, Jackson Heights, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed aKalnst you by CONSTANT I.NIC PAPPAMACKEL your husband. In the above styled cause and In the above named Court; and you are further notified you are hereby required to file an appearance In said proceedings on or before the 8th flay of March, A. D. 1948, otherwise the allegations 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 weeks, in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. Dated this 7th day of February, E B LUATHUHMAM. Clerk. • Circuit Court Seal) By F. .T. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. ARONiiVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitor! for Plaintiff 2/13-20-27 3/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tnat the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fictitious name of Mln-Eds Restaurant at 2414'-. Ponce ''•• I Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla., intend to register s,,i,l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daue i ounty, Florida, EDWARD OXENBERQ MINNIE OXENBERU Wasman, Sliver & Sakowitz Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-27 8/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of Gullford Poultry Co. at 101 N. W. 8th Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I-oris ORONER SHIRLEY OELMAN MYERS, HEIMAN \KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants. 2 11-20-27 3/.-.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to. engage in business under the fictitious name of Van Ralon Company (not Inc.) at 1431 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ot Dada County. Florida, NORMAN COVAN and LEONARD L. COVAN Partners. 2/20-27 3/o-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the underalgned, 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 Dado County, Florida. REN FEINBERO ALBERT BARON, Partners. HARRY DITTZ Attorney foi Applicants Congress Bldg. •J'6-13-20-27 J/6 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 114892. MORRIS OLEANA, Plaintiff, vs. .MARY OLEANA. Defendant. To: MARY GLEA.NA, 206y V'th Stiect, Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to fillyour appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 19th day of March, 194S. Dated this 18th day of February, 1948. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. ci"in HI t Court Seal) By M. C. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL .1. RAND, Attorney S27 Calumet Building Miami. Florida j 20 :: 3 r.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage in I bualneaa under the fictitious name of Empire Furniture Factory at 12ij N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. UMPIRE FURNITURE CO. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 2/6-13-20-27 3/5 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 115012. NINA KANTAKIS. also known as MARIANNA KANTAKIS, Plalntltr, vs. JOHN KANTAKIS. Defendant. TO: JOHN KANTAKIS 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 be published once a week for four 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. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 2/27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI-ORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 115013. IKi.MINIOK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff, vs. MARY LO GIUDICE, Defendant. To: MARY LO GIUDICE 103-84 42nd Avenue Corona, Ing Island, New You are hereby notified quired to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or berore March 29, 1948, otherwise the bill of complaint will be taken as oonfeased against you. Let this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper Dade County, Florida Dated this 23rd day 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Beal) B) II C. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida. S/5-12-U York and rein published February, of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS • NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Park Cleaners and Hand Laundry at MS N W Stth Street. Miami, Fla. Intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, LOUIS and RUTH GITTLEMAN ^7 3/5-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sheridan Bake Shop at 519 41st Street, Miami He. oh, Florida, Intends to %  : said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Floi Ida. BENJAMIN KIRSHMAN Petitioner. MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner. 2/13-20-21 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.i engage In M under the fi. -titious name or GULF PLUMBING .* %  ILDINO SUPPLY al IM Northweat 84th street. Miami, Florida, intend to register m |d ...erne with the Clerk of the t li,„,, court of Dade County. Horida. M IURICE BRAUNSTEIN JOSEPH POPPELAUHR THEODORE BARR WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ Vttorneyi for Applicants NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i •!' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 99756-B, EUGENE KLING-MI'EI.LER, Plaintiff, Va ALIICKTA O. KL.1MUMiEI.LER. Defendant. To: ALBERTA O. FORTEN (or ALBERTA O. FOKTSON) L'liiii Santee Avenue Columbia. South Carolina YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that EUGENE KLINO-MUBLLER, your former husband plaintiff in ibis cause, has filed a Petition to Modify the Final Decree of Divorce entered on August 22. 19411. by the Honorable Ross WILLIAMS'. Senior Circuit Judge. You are hereby required to file your written Appearance, Answei or other pleadings to said Petition with the Cl.rk of the above styled Court on or before the 18th day of March, A. D. 1948; otherwise, the allegations 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 FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 17th da] lE. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. OREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for rialntlff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 2/13-20-27 3/5 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY", No. 114630. JOHN T. WALSH, Plaintiff, vs. LILLIAN C. WAI-SH, Defendant. TO: LILLIAN C. WALSH 9556— 112th Street Richmond Hills, Long Island. New York Y'ou are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before March 15. 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 9th day of February, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C GREEN, Deputy Clerk, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1C23 Bey bold Building Miami. Florid*



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PAGE SIXTEEN Yehudi Mriiuliiii \||M-;I i \s Here Playing the Concerto in D major by Jan Sibelius, Yehudi Menuhin will appear with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday afternoon. March 7 at 4:30 and Monday evening, March 8 at 8:30 in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. Having recently completed an Y^ hudi Menuhin European tour where he was the first .'• n artist to appear following the war, Menuhin was widely acclaimed in Paris. Prague and Moscow. Menuhin will also hf heard in the British film. "The Magic Bow," a British film soon to be released. Symphony No. 1 in E minor by Jan Sibelius, one of his two symphonies which evoke the spell North with particular intensity and power, will be dii i bj M Loo, County Fair Features State Progress Display Third annual Dade county fair. featuring a ten-acre exhibit of "Progress in South Florida." consisting of more than 500 educational, industrial and agricultural displays, will open Friday night at the Armory grounds. N. W. Seventli Ave. and 28th St. The ten-day show is sponsored by Mahi Shrine temple and the Dade county commission, and has been designed to acquaint Miamians and winter visitors with activities in South Florida, with emphasis on the wealth of the back country—fruits, vegetables, poultry and cattle. MIAMI BEACH Setter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 60S Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" Sholem Lodge To Broadcast Debate Forum Four Dade County leaders will vie in a forum on the question ol consolidation of Miami and Dade County, Tuesday 9 p.m. at Temple Israel. Participating in the discussion will be Charles A Morehead, chairman of the consolidation Committee and Fail .1 Hobbins, campaign director. Speaking against the merger will be Thomas Mayes, attorney for the municipalities and Carl Hoffman Judge Wayne Alien will act as moderator and the entire i will be broadcast on s WWPB. There will be a qui and answer period following the debate. The forum is sponsored by the committee on public affairs o< Sholem Lodge B'nai BYith. with a view towards presenting this vital issue to the citizens of Dade County. Also featured on the program will be the installation and charter presentation to the Isaac Levin Lodge of B"nai B'rith. B'nai B'rith leaders from Dade County wi'l officiate in the ceremonies. Sholem Lodge will conduct their annual election of ofl who are to assume their duties on April 1st The meeting will start promptly at 8:15 pin. and is opened to the public. There is no admission charge. The Women's Chapter of Sholem Lodge will join the meeting of the men's organization. Give Ten Times More Last year, Greater Miami contributed S925.956 to the Combined Jewish Appeal. The 1948 goal is Sl.489,925, an increase of 5559,969 over last year. This means, according to campaign director, Morris Klass, that some contributions this year must be ten times greater than last year's contributions, if Greater Miami is to make its goal. "Give Ten Times More" has become the battle song of the campaign solicitors. \> m* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 llabbi lldi*at>* Beaeh Center To Spiritual Ideal* -The cornerstone which we are dedicating is not one of stone, but rather „,spirit," Rabbi Irving Lehrman told the over 3.000 people who witnessed cornerstone laying ceremonies for the new Miami Beach Jewish Community Center on Sunday. Feb. 22nd. Rabbi Lehrman pointed out how our world has suffered because it was built on materialism, and promised that the new synagogue would aim to translate the spiritual ideals into everyday living. Participants in the ceremonies Joseph M. Rose, president of the congregation; Mayer 11. Frankel, honorary president: Harry Sirkin. Alfred Stone and Isidore Goldberg, vice presidents: Samuel Friedland. treasurer; Archie Brick, recording secretary: and Oscar Mamber. financial secretary. Richard Hose, president of the junior congregation, and Marcia Spitzer, president of the student council, represented the younger groups. Speakers included Mayor Marcie Liherman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president, Greater Miami Rabbinical as.-n.: the Rev. George Ricks. Greater Miami Ministerial assn : Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, or of National Conference of Christians and Jews; William Singer, Greater Miami Jewish Federation: George J. Talianoff. chairman of building fund, and Mrs. Ira C. Walsey. president of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. FRIDAY, MARC H 5, l94Q %  '~"li It foldi—It'i Hindu FOR RENT 65VFolding Chair* 1\ \ Apr l*l Poi Tour Needs i \p^0tu' H&NDEE FOLDING IjC/V CHAIR CO. /V* \ MS E '*'h "I M1ml I } 1*. "1 3-6176—Phone_5-7535 HALL-BRADY, Inc. SOLE AGENTS THOMAS VENETIAN BLINDS • Made by Craftsmen • Installed by Experts • Custom Tailored • Aluminum • Also Wood Phone 9-7555 Photic Today For Prices 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. You'll be proud to have Thomas Blinds in your home. They will enhance its beauty. 545 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 9-7555 Ft. Lauderdalo 1921 S. Federal Hwy. Phone 4211-J 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 Pictured during cornerstone laying ceremonies of the new Miami Beach Jewish Center were Isidore Goldberg, Alfred Stont Pearl Walsey, Oscar Mamber, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring, Harrr Sirkin, Archie Brick. Samuel Friedland, Joseph M. Rose, MSTM H. Frankel and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Thieves Upset B.J.E. Office Staff members of the Bureau of Jewish Education were greeted Monday morning by swastikas on the door, walls and floor outside of their offices, to discover upon entering the results of a petty robbery According to A. P. Gannes, director of the bureau, $60 in cash was stolen and books. I) imphlets and files were neaped on the floor. "1 do not believe it was the work of any specifically antiSemitie or organized group," Gannes declared, "for nothing was either torn nor destroyed. The disruption of the office itself was obviously an afterthought." He added that the hastily inked swastikas were found only on the outside of the office. Gannes explained that the door had not been broken, nor was there any evidence of a tampered lock. Mrs. Israel Shapoff of 3i| S.W. 28th Rd. was hostess to a seminar session held last weak by the Pioneer Women No. 1. Mrs. Sonia Gerbert took chug* of the program and refreshments were 'served. LISTEN TO PALESTINE REPORT EVERY THURSDAY AT 8:15 P.M. W.K.A.T. Attention Hotels Department Stores Theatres Office Buildings Night Clubs Industrial Plant* Restaurants Civic Buildings We scientifically Cleanse and Sanitiie your Rest Room fixtures We install and periodically service our patented automatic ODORITE DEODORIZER OllOltl I I OF FLORIDA 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. Zaidman wish to announce that in addition to their strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry a complete line of CABMEL K O S II E It I* it O I S I o \ s has IMM'II installed Under Supervision Mr. H. Zaidman We service weddings, bar mitzvahs, and parties, also retail and wholesale. Come in and be convinced LISTEN TO EVERY TUESDAY (940^w Z Dlal) 5:30 to 6:15 P. Mf The Dade Kosher Meat fe Poultry Market i supervtaed w endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad HakMhruth


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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 5, 1948

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME
1NUMBER 9
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS

1948 "DESTINY
DRIVE" SEEKS
$1/989,925
'KICK-OFF
J
SUNDAY
Sen. Pepper TO Speak At Meeting
Volunteer Solicitors Gather
At Campaign Launching
Senator Claude Pepper will be the k^f^.^
"kick-off brunch opening the 1948 CcanbtajdJJJJJjjJ
Sunday morning (March 7). at ten o'clock, at J*J*""*
2362 Collins At?. The drive scheduled to end March 28. Th*
is the first major campaign to be conducted in the national
United Jewish Appeal for $250,000,000.
With the campaign launching, the united efort c M^ami
Will be concentrated on achieving the local goal of this years
drive. $1,489,925. n# IIN decision t0 partition
_, "Aware of the vital implication, of jbe.iecgtjg ^^fce^ay In
Ste. th. local Jewish community U J^Jf^ co-relitfonist. In
J*utratmg the solidarity of American Jewry ~ ^j^ and to
^ttne. who are lock* in a *** JV^" declared Joseph R.
JJWtoh a free Jewish state in the land of their father., aec
ta. campaign chairman. -. activity, ha. so solemn
"Neve.Tbefar. in the history of local campaign activity.
(Continued on P0 **>
9
I
Nationwide Appeal To
Truman For Palestine
Terming 1948 as the "Year of Destiny" an appeal to Presi-
dent Truman to act immediately to implement the United
Nations Palestine decision is reaching the White House from all
48 States, as last week's action by U. S. representatives at the
Security Council endangered the creation of the Jewish State.
Tying in with the opening of the 1948 Greater Miami Com-
bined Jewish Appeal to raise its million dollar quota towards
the national goal Miamians are urged to demonstate to the
President their demand that the United States continue its policy
aDorovina the establishment of a Jewish State by sending telegrams and by
rnntribuung substantially to the Combined Jewish Appeal. "Thus, campaign
officials stated, "as the first drive in the United States, the President and Con-
gress will see that the Jewish people plan to back up the action of their
government by translating sentiment into action."
Sen Claude Pepper, who will address the opening of the local campaign,
on the floor of the Senate last week called for lifting the arms embargo on the
(Continued on Psgs 4)


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FRIDAY, MARCH 5,

Chest Drive
Continued Till
Goal Reached
Dade County's 1948 campaign
definitely has not been completed.
And O. C. (Jack) Corbin, drive
chairman, declared "it will con-
tinue indefinitely until we've
reached our goal of $848,597."
Encouraged by a growing num-
ber of unsolicited contributions
coming into Community Chest
headquarters, 127 N.W. 2nd St.,
Miami, Corbin declared they in-
dicated conclusively that many
more person? throughout the
county would give to their 21 Red
Feather services through their
Community Chest if they were-
provided with the opportunity to
give.
"We still don't have enough
volunteer workers to reach every
person in Dade county," said
Corbin. "Our only hope is that
persons who hew not been con-
tacted s'>nd their contributions to
the Community Chest.'"
"We have mad" a pledge to our
21 Rid Feather services to raise
the funds for them to carry on
their operations through 1948."
said Corbin. "We can not. must
not, and will not let them down."
he vowed.
Masada Members
To Hear Simonhoff
Harry Simonhotl, prominent
Miami Beach attorney, will ad-
dress the regular meeting of
Masada, young adult Zionist
group. 8 p.m. Sunday. March 7,
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA,
1534 Bay Road.
Simonhofl \. ;1I speak on "Ef-
fects of British and American
Policy in Palestine." He has re-
cently returned from a trip to
the Holy Land, where he con-
ferred with Jewish leaders on
the current situation. In the ca-
pacity of co-chairman of the
Zionist Emergency Council of
Greater Miami, the speaker also
attended a meeting in Washing-
ton Hi' the National Zionist
Emergency Council.
Masada President Joe Pardo an-
nounced the future publication of
a monthly newspaper as the
chapter organ under the editor-
ship of Miss Eunice Roberts.
Rose Nominated
To Head Center
Nominations of new officers
highlighted the agenda of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center at the general member-
ship meeting Thursday evening.
February 26. President Joseph M.
Rose was named to again serve in
that position.
Also suggested by the nominat-
ing committee were: Harry Sirkin,
Alfred Stone. Abraham Goodman,
vice presidents: Samuel Fried-
land, treasurer; Archie Brick,
recording sec: and Oscar Mam-
ber, financial sec.
Renominated as board directors
to serve with those members
whose terms have not yet ex-
pired were: Hyman Berman,
Samuel E. Bernstein. Nathan Dar-
sky, Nathan Glosser, George
Goldberg, I. Louis Mintzer, Mor-
ris Newmark, Ed Einger and Ira
Walsey, The names of George J.
Talianoff anfl Matthew Silverstein
were added to the list by nomina-
tions from the floor.
The following were recom-
mended to be added to the board
of trustees: Sam Katz. Michael
Tose, Seymour Rubin and Morris
Kriegel.
Joe Rose
Dr. Selinsky Addresses
Beth Sholom P-TA
"Peace of Mind for Our Chil-
dren" is the topic to be presented
to the P.T.A. of Temple Beth
Sholom Religious School at its
March 16th meeting by Dr. Her-
man Selinsky. local psychiatrist.
The meeting will take place in
the patio of Temple Beth Sholom
on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet is chair-
man of the P.T.A. and Mrs. Hy-
man Kaplan, chairman of the
program committee.
Birthday Party Guests
Donate To Aged Home
A gathering was held at the
home of Mrs. Charles Belanoff
last week in honor of whose
birthday a fund was collected for
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Paul Duke, nationally known
magician, performed for the
guests.
Those attending included Mr.
and Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Anna Kanef-
sky, Mrs. R. Wishner and Mrs. R.
Pomerantz, all of New York; Mr.
and Mrs. R. Bronis of Monticello,
N. Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Kamaroff. Edward Talmadge,
Mrs. Sadie Sionsky. Mrs. Char-
lotte Febcr, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Kaufman. Mrs. M. Kern and Mrs.
Harriet Belanoff. all of Miami.
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Deborah Group Plans
Informal Spring Dance
Deborah group of Hadassah
has planned a Gala Spring Dance
for Tuesday evening. March 16
at the Robert Richter hotel. Miami
Beach. The informal affair will
take place from 9 to 12 p.m.
Mrs. Maurice Yolman, chairman
of the dance, lias prepared enter-
tainment for the evening's pro-
gram. Assisting her with arrange-
ments are Mrs. Joel Newman,
Mrs. Leon Lundy, Mrs. Morris
Gidney, Mrs. Martin Lundy. Mrs.
Lester Sale, Mrs. Arnold Rubin.
Mrs. Bernard Fuller, Mrs. Ben
Grenald. Mrs. William Iver, Mrs.
Manuel Luck, Mrs. J. Stein. Mrs.
Alex Robbins, Mrs. Leo Pollack.
Mrs. Herb Gutman, Mrs. Irving
Blasberg. Mrs. Jerry Granger is
in charge of publicity. Mrs. Lea
Levine is president of the group.
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As a bonus to patrons of the
first annual Town Hall forum,
the men's clubs of Temple Israel
and the White Temple presented
Edgar Guest, famous writer and
columnist of the Detroit Free
Press, last Sunday night. Wind-
ing up the forum's program at
Temple Israel. Guest's appearance
followed the last scheduled lec-
ture of the series, that of Dorothy
Thompson who spoke before a
capacity crowd in the Methodist
temple February 26.
Guest, whose syndicated
columns are widely read through-
out the country, promised the
Forum president, Herman A.
Binder, that he would donate his
entire fee to the Community
Chest, if $100 could be collected
for that cause by the audience.
Binder was able to turn in a sum
in excess of that amount to the
chest.
Jerome Cohen, president of
Temple Israel Men's club, in-
troduced Binder whom he credit-
ed with the success of the lec-
ture serios. Binder welcomed the
guest speaker, who is a co-presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews in Detroit,
and pointed out the timeliness of
his appearance as a climax to the
Brotherhood Week celebration.
Assisting Binder with the Com-
munity Chest collection were
John D. Kille, E. O. Simon. Max
Holtsberg, J. Gerald Lewis, Henry
E. Wolf, Monte Selig. T. F. Spragg.
H. L. Dobbs. Benjamin Slote and
Henry Hirsch.
Unveiling
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late phu
Brown of 1030 5th St M? 'P
Beach, will take place Sunday*
3 p.m. at Mt. Sinai cemeterv
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Wjn of-
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Arrangements are being maH
by Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi
ami Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to he
present.
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PAGE THREE
Community Rallies To Honor Year's
Host Outstanding Man And Woman
aids to the outstanding man and woman of 1947, Ernest
r and Mrs. L. I. McCaffrey, were presented last night at a
F de Americanism rally in Bayfront park by Henry Cobbs,
^Tfruit shipper. Cobbs assumed the responsibility for all costs
h ontest which was conducted by various civic and service
^mzat ons in the area.
ffSo*- A Smothers, Con-
man for this district, flew
Tn f om Washington to be
*"ipj speaker at the rally.
princ
Winners were
0f 29 leading civic
workers
^outstanding personalities in
Lie county whose names
:lied with letters of re
were
Ihtion Silver engraved pla-
"gC awarded to Mrs. Mc-
Caffrey and Mr. Coe in recogni-
tion of their public service.
All city and county officials
jnd members of more than 200
civic and service groups were in-
vited to honor the winning con-
stants Entertainment was
planned by Sidney Segal!, pro-
gram chairman, and the present-
ation address was broadcast over
station WBAY.
Mrs. McCaffrey was selected for
her accomplishments as presi-
dent of the Florida Federation of
Women's clubs and as a member
of the Governor's Children's com-
mission. Her work as chairman
of the Women's Division of the
Communitv Chest and her leader-
ship in directing the United Na-
tion's clothing drive were also
cited. Mrs. McCaffrey served as
a member of the Florida Food
Conservation Committee and
traveled throughout the state urg-
ing support of the President's
Food Conservation program in
order that food could be made
available for European sufferers
:n the event of the adoption of
the Marshall plan. She was also
chairman of the Information Di-
vision of the Red Cross Disaster
Relief program.
Coe was chosen by the judges
for his achievement in bringing
to fruition a twenty year old
dream, the establishment of Ever-
glades National park in the state,
which was made a national park
by an ait of Congress in 1947.
He has received national recogni-
tion for this accomplishment and
was awarded the medal of the
American Horticultural Society
for his outstanding work of the
year. Leaders of the President's
administration also commended
him for his work with the pro-
gram.
Heart Institute
Mans Hospital
For It>s4>;ir, h
First non-profit hospital for re-
search in heart disease in the
country is the goal of the Miami
Heart Institute, Inc. Plans for the
Miami project are to be discussed
at a dinner in the LaGorce Coun-
try club at 7 p.m. on March 8.
Campaign to raise $500,000 for
the hospital and research center
s being backed by doctors, civic
ind business leaders. Miami Heart
nstitute is the local unit of the
American Heart association,
.vhich is raising money to combat
heart diseases.
Leaders of the drive expect the
ontemplated hospital to have
national importance because of
he number of heart patients sent
o this climate. The sanitarium is
o accept charity and pay patients
as well as those who are able to
pay part of their expenses.
Office for the institute has been
>pened at 904 Seybold bldg.
Chamber of Commerce
Honors Kronenfeld
John Kronenfeld, vice presi-
dent of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith, was awarded a gold key
by the Americanism Committee
of the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce for outstanding activities
in the field of Americanism and
community service during the
past month.
Kronenfeld was one of twelve
men honored by the J.C.'s of Mi-
ami for his participation in
promoting and publicizing the
visit of the "Freedom Train" in
this city in December.
He was one of the originators
of the committee on public af-
fairs of Sholem Lodge.
Beach Aged Auxiliary
Plans Annual Benefit
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach auxili-
ary to the Jewish Home for the
Aged, will be host to the board
of directors of the auxiliary Tues-
day afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in her
home, 4214 Post Ave.,
Beach.
The women are to plan the an-
nual card party which will be
held Tuesday evening. March 30
at 7:30 p.m. at the Floridian hotel.
Proceeds of this affair are to go
to the Sydney Appel Medical
Fund which provides medical
needs for* all residents at the
Home in Miami. Tickets may be
obtained by calling the chair-
men. Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan.
5-7889, or Mrs. Rose Beck, 5-1459.
Professor To Address
Spinoza Forum
Edward Clarke of the Universi-
y of Miami will be guest speak-
er tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
).m. for the Spinoza forum. Un-
ler the canopy on the lawn of
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Prof.
Clarke will review a recent book
m Abraham Lincoln.
Charles Lee will lecture on as-
tronomy Tuesday evening, and
Dr. Morris Schneer on psychology
Miami lor better living Wednesday eve-
ning. Rev. Joseph Barth is to ad-
dress the next forum.
Gables B'nai B'rith
Holds Cancer Program
Mrs. Clyde Epperson, Dade
County Commander of the Amer-
ican Cancer Society, will share
the spotlight with Dr. Maurice
Greenfield, head of the Radiology
Department at Jackson Memorial
Hospital, at a "Fight for Cancer"
program sponsored by the Coral
Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tues-
day. 8:15 p.m., at Hillel House,
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Also
scheduled is election of lodge of-
ficers for 1948.
Dr. Leonard Glickstein, presi-
clent, will preside and introduce
the speakers. Refreshments will
be served.
Tenor star of the Miami Opera
Guild's production of "Madame
Butterfly" on March 13, 15, 17 at
Miami Senior High school audi-
torium will be Jon Crain, seen
as Lt. Pinkerton. Regina Resnik,
leading Metropiltan Opera so-
prano will sing the title role.
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417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Ute. Also tor Hebrew Schools.
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Nursery Planned
For Beach Y
Mothers of Miami Beach hav-
ing children between the ages of
3 to 6 met at the Miami Beach Y
Wednesday morning to discuss the
development of a nursery pro-
gram.
Included in the program was a
discussion of existing nursery
schools by Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, director of the Miami Y
nursery, and Mrs. Esta June Ni-
choll, supervisor of Dade county
non-profit nurseries. A discussion
followed led by Dr. Jesse V.
Cohn, well-known psychiatrist,
who addressed the group on the
value of group experience
children of pie-school age.
Leo Chaikin was chairman
the meeting.
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Planned program of sports, dramatics, dancing, handicraft,
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DR. PAUL BECK
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FRIDAY, MARCH 5,

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EDITORIAL
i$l$
The 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, which will be launched next Sunday.
must raise $1,489,925 to do its share in the United Jewish Appea S25u,u00,0UU
Year of Destiny drive. It is the largest goal in the history of the U.J.A.. ana Dy
far the largest ever sought by a private welfare organization .
But the needs which the United Jewish Appeal is called upon to mee
dwarf the $250,000,000 goal. American Jews, through the U.J.A., this year must
move large numbers of Jews from the DP camps of Europe to Palestine ana
carry on large-scale reconstruction programs in Europe. They must also pro-
vide a welcome for the 25.000 refugees who will be entering the United btates
this year.
Gerteiwshj
fold/
r Anoroval by the United Nations of an independent Jewish state in Pales-
,ine has rekindled the hopes of many of the uprooted Jewish survivors in
Eurooe Many of them cannot concede of any other home than Palestine.
Tnere for the firs. time, they will be able to stand upright as men among men.
k^rm^P Palestine will belong to them, and they will belong to Palestine. Their
resettled,I is one of the major tasks of the United Palestine Appeal.
In the face of inadequate intergovernmental aid. the U.J.A. reconstruction
moaram in Europe must take on new proportions this year. If the more than
1 tint) 000 lews who will remain in Europe are to become self-reliant individuals
who no longer need to seek or accept aid-a status for which they yearn
after spending years as objects of persecution or objects of chanty-we must
provide the financial sinews with which they will build new lives with the
help of the Joint Distribution Committee.
The United Jewish Appeal program in our country has added precious
metal to the melting pot. The thousands of one-time refugees who have made
sianal contributions to the defense and development of our country bear
eloquent testimony to the work of the United Service for New Americans.
Thousands of proud Americans who walk the streets of our great and small
cities were frightened, harried refugees one year or two years or ten years
ago. The 25.000 who will be received in the U.S. this year must be guided on
the road to self-support and citizenship in the same manner.
This goal will help meet Greater Miami's requirements. If we are to re-
main strong as a community and continue helping our brethren overseas, we
cannot overlook our local needs.
The success of the U.J.A. drive in this supreme moment in Jewish history,
when we can decide the future of the Jewish people everywhere, depends on
us We must do our part by oversubscribing the goal of the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal. We in Greater Miami can point the way for the nation.
1948 is the Year of Destiny. For us it is also a year of trial we must not
leave that decision in doubt!
fheMpmetft-
Home Streteh
By JOSEPH R. STEIN
Chairman, Greater Miami UJA
Campaign
When I was asked to accept the
chairmanship of the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, I was re-
luctant to undertake a task of
such magnitude. I knew that it
would be no easy job to raise the
tremendous sum required in this
year of destiny, and I felt that it
would be really more than I could
undertake. But I was assured that
if I did accept the campaign chair-
manship, I would be surrounded
by an army of general, majors,
captains, and staunt foot-soldiers
who would de-
vote all the time
and all the effort
necessary to
make this cam-
paign a success.
11 am happy and
[phase of the
proud to state at
I this moment
j when we are
about to launch
Joseph R. Stein the metropolitan
campaign that, in truth, I have
received the fullest support and
as much as I could possibly have
hoped for.
We are now on the home
stretch. The foot-soldiers are
about to take the field. They have
a tremendous job ahead of them.
I bespeak for each of them the
courtesy, the sympathy, the sup-
port and the cooperation of the
entire Jewish community. They
are doing a noble task and I know
that the Jews of Greater Miami
will not let them down. They are
working in behalf of less for-
tunate members of the Jewish
faith in Europe, in Palestine, and
in this country.
We in Greater Miami are sin-
Nation Appeals
To President
(Continued from Page 1)
Jews of Palestine as a measure
which might eliminate the neces-
sity for an international police
force in Palestine. lie also called
on the government tu buck the
U.N. on partition.
JERUSALEM. (JTA)The Pal-
estine Government this week
charged the Jewish Agency with
attempting to "stir up racial
hatred" and with bad faith in not
keeping its promises to suppress
terrorism within the Jewish com-
munity. The charges were con-
tained in an official communique
which warned the Jewish com-
munity that continuation of "in-
discriminate murder and con-
doned terrorism" can lead only to
forfeiture by the community of all
rights in the eyes of the world
"to be numbered among the civil-
ized peoples."
The communique contained a
threat to withdraw military pro-
tection from the Jews. After
praising the activities of the Brit-
ish security forces, the statement
said that despite this fact the
Agency has attacked the British
troops and police, and added:
"It must henceforward be clearly
more difficult for British troops
to look upon members of the
Jewish community as persons
who are entitled, as they are, to
protection."
gularly blessed. I hope we will
share this blessing with our over-
seas brethren. It is in this spirit
that I come to the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami and ask
them to help make the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal the success
it deserves to be.
U9*MJpToMJs
By JACOB SHER
President, Greater .Miami Jewish
Federation
Those of us who represented
Greater Miami at the National
Conference of the United Jewish
Appeal in Atlantic City a couple
of months ago were tilled with
the spirit of the occasion, and
came home convinced that 1948,
would be the year of destiny and
the year of hope for the Jewish
pie.
Since that conference, condi-
tions in Palestine have reached a
. sis a crisis of
such manitude
that we arc on
the brink of des-
pair.
We are tight- |
ing a war of de-
m Pales-
tine and an-
o'ther kind of de- \
tensive war in !
this country and
in Europe In
Palestine we must defend the new
homeland against the war brought
upon it by the Mufti and his
henchmen. In Europe we must
fight to bring to the DP's and to
the Jews in other European coun-
tries hope that before tins veai
is out. tluy will be able to take
up new homes in then land of
hope, the land th.y have been
waiting forPalestine I,,
country we must defend the good
name of the Jew, and we must
make it possible for Jews to live
a healthy and a sane lift- as good
Jews and as good Americans
To the members of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami has
fallen the honor of being the
first in this country to conduct
an annual campaign in behalf of
the United Jewish Appeal. It may
well be said that "As Miami goes,
so goes the nation." I hope and
I am confident that the Jewish
community of Greater Miami
will live up to the responsibility
that confronts it and that it will
go over the top in its campaign
for SI.489. 925.
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election scene will be covered.
Jacob Slier
Sisterhood or Beth Jacob
Congregation will hold its
monthly meeting Tuesday at 8
p.m. Plans include guest speak-
ers, moving pictures and re-
freshments.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1948
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Answer The CaU
By MORRIS KLASS
Executive Director. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
For almost three months Fed-
eration's offices have been as busy
as a beehive in preparation for
the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Volunteers and staff mem-1
bers have assorted, classified, and
placed into various categories!
some 10,000 prospect cards These
cards are now ready for coverage.
We have enrolled 1.000 workers]
who have agreed
to call upon the
prospects as-
signed to them.
To these work-
ers I say, "It's
now up to you.
It is up to you to
see that every
single card is
covered."
Only by cov-
erage and the Morris Kloss
securing of maximum gifts ''in|
we hope for success in this, thel
greatest of all campaigns that thel
Jewish community of Greatej
Miami has ever been called uponj
to support. I am certain this coin-J
munity will respond to tli
tremendous call of the hour ins
is a historic year, a year that ui S
go down as the year in whirr.ii
Jewish nation was reborn, ina
Jewish nation must be defendeo
against all enemies. We musi
rally to the support of the na-
ganah. of the young men a
women who are daily shedd.nl
their blood in defense of I
homeland.
I know that over here too
Greater Miami we realize our 1
sponsibilities to support oui <--1
agencies and that each of us ?
do his utmost to make this cai
paign a success.


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Migs Kaler. Greenberg
c-t Wedding Date
v, a Miriam Kaler has set April
c'the date for her marriage
11 f| Greenberg. Their engage-
10 ,c ji announced today by her
m 1' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A.
KaTer. 560 Michigan Ave., Miami
"hms the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kaler
Louis Greenberg of 746 S. W.
10th Ave.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Atlanta, Ga., where she lived
before moving to Miami three
years
Her fiance, a naval aviator for
54 years, received his schooling
in New Vi rk City.
Tamara Birthday Party
Tamara chapter of Mizrachi
will hold a joint birthday party
in the : irm of a luncheon next
Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Is-
rael Yulish. president, and Mrs.
Emanu.l Karger, regional ad-
viser. It will take place at 1 p.m.
in the home of Mrs. Yulish, 2870
Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach.
Optra Guild of Miami Presents
MADAME BUTTERFLY

WITH
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Leading Metropolitan Soprano
and An All-Star Cast
Who Will Sing
All Three Performances
MARCH 13. 15. 17
At Miaou spnior H. 8. Auditorium
Tickets On Sale At
Burdines 3rd Floor, Phono
91332; Co.delia'i. Ami-
ton's, Miami Beach Radio Co.,
ad Guild Office, 625 S. W.
Mth Rd.. Phone 3-5967.
$240 $3.60 $4.80
Rabbi Mescheloff
Unite* Gottliebs
Under a flower-covered canopy
Miss Sylvia Rotapel and David
B. Gottlieb exchanged vows Feb-
ruary 14 in Beth Jacob syna-
gogue. Rabbi Moses Me:chel<>ff
performed the wedding rites
which were followed by a recep-
tion in Beth Jacob community
building, and later by a dinner
for close friends and relatives at
Hotel Raphael.
Miss Mildred Cohen of New
York, cousin of the bride, was
maid of honor. Other attendants
were Mrs. Abraham Litwin. sister
of the bride; Miss Muriel Gott-
lieb, cousin of the bridegroom,
Miss Rita Gottlieb, cousin of the
bride, and Miss Edith Simmons.
Mrs. Gottlieb who has resided
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Enerficld, at 128 Wash-
ington Ave Miami Beach for the
past nine years, was born in
Warsaw. Poland. She is an active
member of the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's chapter of
B'nai B'rith, and is affiliated with
; her uncle in the manufacturing
business.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gottlieb of 5122 N.W. 5th St., the
bridegroom is associated with his
father in the real estate busi-
ness here. A native of York, Pa-
ne served four years in the armed
services overseas.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Litwin, of
Italy; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gott-
lieb, of York, Pa.; Harry Gottlieb,
of Haddon Heights, N, J.; Mr
and Mrs. Robert Got'flieb, of
Brooklyn. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Pedowitz, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Linn of Vineland. N. J.
Following a short honeymoon
trip to Daytona Beach, the couple
will make their home in Miami.
Purim Ball Features
Radio's Lee Mason
Purim ball of the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Congre-
gation will be held Sunday, March
21, at the Civic center, 35 N.E.
2ni St.
Lee Mason, radio artist, will
be master of ceremonies, accord-
ing to Mrs. Max Jacobskind.
chairman of entertainment. Man-
nie Gates and his orchestra are
to provide music for dancing.
Ads are still being accepted
for the journal which is to be
distributed to guests of the dance.
Information may be obtained by-
calling Mrs. Herbert Feldan.
3-6191. or Mrs. E. L. Becker,
3-1025. Tickets are available at
the congregation building.
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PAGE FIVE
Miss Cohen. Simon
Plan June Wedding
A June wedding will climax
nuptial plans of Miss Ruth Cohen,
whose engagement to George
Simon, Miami Beach, has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Stuart Newman, public rela-
tions Counsel of Miami Beach,
and Ft. Lauderdale, was guest
speaker at the monthly meet-
ing of Southeast Florida Opto-
metric Association. The meet-
ing was held at the El Como-
doro hotel, last Monday eve-
ning.
HOW!KOSHER BUNDED WHISKEY^
To meet the demand of the Jewish public which
abstains from using blended whiskey and other
tvpes of blended liquors for fear that non-Kosher
materials might be used in the blending, we have
produced an original Kosher blended whiskey by
the name of AL1YAH. It is blended in strict com-
pliance with the Dietary Laws.
ALIYAH is produced under the supervision of
Rabbi Mordecai Pinchas Teitz of Elizabeth,
New Jersey.
ALIYAH Whiskev is Kosher for the entire
year, but NOT for Passover.
ALIYAH is a blend of finer whiskies with
grain neutral spirits, made to satisfy the
most discriminating taste.
If your neighborhood dealer doMnotyet
carry Aliyah Kosher Blended Whiskey,
please have him contact
SOUTHERN LIQUORS CO.
Phone 2-6149
1700 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, Florida
Miss Silberman
Reveals Troth
Betrothal of Miss Annette Sil-
berman and Dr. Lawrence Fein-
berg has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Silberman, Wood Vine, N. J.
Dr. Feinberg is the son of Mr.
and Mrs.' Albert L. Feinberg, 1945
N.W. First Terr.
Miss Silberman, a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, is a
sophomore at the University of
Miami where she is majoring in
physical education and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
Dr. Feinberg was graduated
from Miami High school and at-
tended the University of Florida
where he was a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi. He was graduated
from Southern College of Opto-
metry in Memphis where he was
president of Omega Epsilon Phi.
The prospective bridegroom is a
veteran of three and one-half
years with the Navy.
Rosalyn Siegel,
Pollak Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel of
1553 S.W. 7th St. have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Rosalyn, to Melvin Pollak. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pollak, 1853 S.W. 23rd St.
Miss Siegel attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and was a mem-
ber of Iota Alpha Pi sorority.
She was graduated from high
school in Brooklyn.
Also a student at the university,
the prospective bridegroom is a
Miss Cohen
Mrs. Irving Cohen of Deal. N. J.
and 5291 Alton Road, Miami
Beach.
Miss Cohen attended Berkshire
Hills Junior College, Great Bar-
rlhgton, Mass. and the tear School
at Miami Beach. He: finance, son
of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Simon,
803 Washington Ave., recently
graduated from the University of
Miami where he majored in busi-
ness administration. Prior to his
wartime service, he was a stu-
dent at University of Florida.
The wedding w-ll take place
at the Hotel Pierre. New York
City, on June 20 The young
couple plan to make their home
in Miami Beach.
lira ill in.in Heads
Honor Guard
Honor guard of the Norman
Bruce Brown Post. Jewish War
Veterans, Monday re-elected
Kenny Braidman commander of
the guard. Jack Silver is the new
vice commander.
Also re-elected were Hy Morris,
adjutant: Sid Horn, finance of-
ficer; and Edward Levine, quar-
termaster.
The honor guard, which meets
the first Monday of every month,
has as its main service that of
rendering military honors to the
war dead. They have been travel-
ing to various nearby cities for
this purpose. All families who
have remains of war dead in
their family being returned from
overseas are welcomed by the
guard to avail themselves of this
service.
Council Women Discuss
Consolidation Question
"Should the City of Miami
Merge with Dade County?" is
the topic to be discussed at the
next public speaking forum, spon-
sored by Miami section of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. It will be held at a luncheon
in the Robert Richter hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, today at 12:30 p.m.
The regular program is scheduled
for 1:30.
Carl Hoffman and Ty Norwood,
have betn invited to discuss the
pro and con sides of the subject
to be followed by a round table
discussion.
Luncheon reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Harry N.
Schiff or Mrs. Aaron Farr.
'"i'i;:M:"Viv.'iVr" i
Miss Siegel
member of Phi Epsilon Pi. He at-
tended high school in Cleveland
and served in the Army for two
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The Hebrew Academy, located
at 918 6th St.. Miami Beach, will
present a cultural and musica
program on Tuesday evening,
March 9th at 8 p.m.. for the mem-
bers and friends of the institu-
tion. A number of outstanding
musical artists as well as promi-
nent speakers will participate.

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PAGE SIX
Miami Orthodox Plans
March Purim Ball
Sisterhood of the Miami Ortho-
dox Congregation is planning its
annual Purim Ball to be held
March 14 at the new Miami Y.
The program will feature enter-
tainment from the Little Rou-
mania and other star acts.
Mrs. M. Kupferstein is general
chairman for the evening; Mrs.
Max Rappaport. ticket chairman;
Mrs. Solinger and Mrs. G. Sand
are in charge of refreshments;
Mrs. E. Karp and Mrs. Nesselson.
chairmen of the door prizes.
Hostesses for the evening are
Mrs. E. Karger. Mrs. Rappaport.
Mrs. Nesselson, Mis. Karp. Mrs.
M. Bear, Mrs. H. Kline, and Mrs.
M. Grauer.
Newspaper Anniversary
Observed In Miami
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order, Lodge 192 joined by a
group of Greater Miami residents
are observing the 26th annivers-
ary of the Jewish Daily, the
Morning Freiheit with an af-
fair Sunday evening, March 7. at
the Miami Beach Senior High
school auditorium.
Participating artists in the pro-
gram will be Julius Adler of the
Jewish stage; Mrs. Luba Weiner.
with her accordion in Folk-Lore
Repertoire; Mrs. R. Robbins, pian-
ist, and the Jewish Folk Chorus
under the leadership of Louis
Powesky. Moishe Katz. journalist
and writer will extend
in behalf of the "Morning Frei-
heit" staff.
Miss '/.(ilka
Mildred Zalka Heads
Florida D Phi E Group
Miss Mildred Zalka was in-
stalled this month as presidi nl
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at
Florida university, Tallahassi i
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Zalka of 915 S.W.. 7th St.. Miami.
Miss Zalka is a sophomore major-
ing in dietetics. She is a past
president of the ALS chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls.
*Jewlst florid/tin
Robbins Opens Law
Offices In Hollywood
Leonard Robbins, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Archie M. Robbins of
Ft Lauderdale, has opened a law
office in the new Slater Building
at Hollywood.
Young Robbins, who was grad-
uated from Harvard University's
College <>f Law last June, suc-
cessfully completed the Florida
State bar examination last fall.
He was graduated from Universi-
ty f Florida in 1941 with the
degree of bachelor of arts and
completed his freshman law yea;
at Harvard before entering the
Army Air Force.
During the war he served as
squadron navigator with a 15th
Air Force bomber group. He re-
ceive.! the Distinguished Flying
Cross with one oak leaf cluster
and the Air Medal, with three oak
leaf clusters in addition to Euro-
pean theater ribbons and battle
stars. Robbins retired from active
duty with the rank of captain in
September, 1945 and returned to
hi> law studies at Harvard.
He is a member of the Ameri-
can Legion and of Tau Epsilon
Phi social fraternity.
Robbins' parents have been ac-
tive in Temple Emanu-el in Fort
Lauderdale since its inception.
His mother is a past president of
the Temple sisterhood while his
father recently completed a term
as president of the congregation.
FRIDAY, MARCH A 1948
University Presents
Detroit Symphony
University of Miami will pre-
sent the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra in a concert on Saturday
evening. April 3 in the Miami
: High school auditorium.
Dr. Karl Krueger, permanent
conductor of the orchestra will di-
rect the symphony which has in-
cluded Miami on its southern
tour.
Tickets may be secured at the
University of Miami ticket office
or the downtown office. H40 S.E.
First St. Reserved and unresi
tickets may be purchased from
$1.75-$3.60.
Show cattle from four Flor-
ida CountiesHillsborough, Os-
ceola. Volusia and Dadehave
been registered to exhibit at
the third annual Dade county
fair. March 5-14. at the Armory
grounds. Ross Jordan, fair man-
ager, said Saturday that unique
exhibits from Florida Ever-
glades National Park, Light-
house for the Blind, and Dade
County hydroponic gardens
were registered during the
week.
Farbaml Ooatt's
New llraiich Here
At a gathering held at the home
of Dr. Harry Queen. 919 S.W.
24th Rd.. plans were made for
.hi- establishment of a second
branch in Miami of the Jewish
National Workers Alliance, known
as the -Farband."
The committee in charge of
organization are: Israel Shapoff.
Isaac Pushkin and Morris Cohen.
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Others re-elected include Catch
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and Mitchell Wolfson, second Z
president. E, D. Keefer was elect
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I. N Parrish was reapp(,inte(i
general manager and was re
elected secretary-treasurer for hi,
fifth term. s
D. Richard Mead was seated
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Abess, Keefer, Baron de Hirsch
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Academy Ladies League
Installs First Officers
..dies League of the Hebrew
, \rfemv founded less than seven
ths "lEo held their inaugural
Cation Tea and Exercises at
I Academy building Tuesday,
February 24. in a floral setting,
t. was attended by more than
300 members and friends of the
"or David S. Andron, president
, lhe Hebrew Academy, deliv-
! ed the address of the evening
,nd installed the officers.
president is Mrs. A. C. Osher-
,,. Vice presidents, Mrs. Harry
Weintraub. Mrs. Isidore Gold-
herg Mrs. Paul Grossinger Mrs.
Irwin Makovsky; treasurers, Mrs.
iack Burris, Mrs. I. Schlcsinger;
(manial see.. Mrs. David Andron:
recordins sec, Mrs. Harry Nissel-
son; corresponding sec, Mrs.
Gulkis: chairman of hostesses,
Mrs Raphael; chairman of Tree
0f Life fund, Mrs. Samuel Grund-
werg chairman of Happy Day
fund'Mrs. S. Miller.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
president of the Greater Miami
Conference of Women's Organ-
izations, extended greetings on
behalf of the various women's
organizations of the community.,
A program of entertainment
was presented in which Mrs.
Abraham Cannes gave a piano
recital, followed by Mr. Joseph
Yanow. who presented a series of
dramatic monologues. Mrs. Paul
Grossing: was program chair-
man of the evening.
Center Sisterhood Plans
Party, Dinner Dance
Board of the Sisterhood of Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center will meet at the home of
Mrs Sam Lipton, 6535 Allison
Rd.. this week to discuss plans
for the group's Purim party.
Feature of the affair to be held
March 22 at 8 p.m. in Central
Beach school auditorium, is to be
the presentation of their annual
Purim musical comedy. Mrs.
Theodore Hankoff and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Greene are in charge of
arrangements, and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman is directing the play.
Plans will also be formulated
for the annual dinner dance April
12 in the Hollywood Beach hotel.
Chairman Mrs. Harry Koretsky
will be assisted by Mrs. Joseph
Berman. Mrs. William Feuer and
Mrs Joseph Rose.
Cancer Detection
Office Opens
In Miami Beach
Announcement was made this
week of the opening of a Cancer
Detection Office on Miami Beach
The essential purpose of the office
according to its surgeon. Doctor
Melyyn Berlind. is, not only the
treatment of cancer, but more
particularly, its prevention and
early diagnosis. Cancer is def-
initely curable, the doctor stated
but it must be caught in its early
stages-and there are many
thousands of cases to prove this
And the only way in which this
dreadful disease can be detected
in its earliest and curable stage,
is for patients to visit their physi-
cians at the very first sign of any
change in their normal health.
The office at present is limit-
ing its activities to the detection
and treatment of cancer in wom-
en. Specifically, the office is pri-
marily interested at the present
time in the detection of cancer
and allied diseases of the female
breast and genitalia. With the
construction of a special building
in the near future, allowing
tremendous expansion in the of-
fice's facilities, departments for
males, and one for children be-
tween the ages of one and twelve
years, is planned.
All female patients will be
screened by the relatively new
and simple vaginal smear techni-
que, which according to reports,
have proved extremely accurate.
Biopsies, that is the painless re-
moval of a small piece of tissue
for microscopic study and dia-
gnois, will be reserved for in-
dicated cases. All suspected tum-
ors or lumps of the breast will be
immediately biopsied and a re-
port given within a few hours.
"Fortunately, by far the majority
of these breast bumps turn out to
be innocent, non-malignant tum-
ors, showing no signs, whatso-
ever, of being cancerous," Dr.
Berlind stated.
It is the opinion of the Cancer
Detection Office that every wom-
an from the age of thirty should
be examined once a year; from
the age of thirty-five every six
months, and when she reaches
forty, every three months. This
examination applies equally to
the breast as well as the pelvic
organs.
Although essentially private,
the office will be pleased to ac-
cept authorized indigent patients
^J^isfiftcridnann
PAGE SEVEN
Dr. Melvin Berlind
for diagnosis. It will thus act in
the capacity of a private clinic,
accepting indigent cases author-
ized by charitable organizations.
The Cancer Detection Office is
located at 350 Lincoln Road, tem-
porarily in office-suite 301-303.
A graduate of the University
of McGill, Montreal, Canada, in
1928, Doctor Berlind spent two
years doing postgraduate work
in Vienna, Berlin and Budapest.
He is a Fellow of the Internation-
al College of Surgeons and a
Diplomate of the American Board
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He
has published more than twenty
papers in scientific problems in
obstetrics and gynecology in
surgical journals, as well as in
magazines of general public in-
terest. An article of the doctor's
on "Cancer in Females" will soon
appear in the magazine "Your
Life." Doctor Berlind has recent-
ly become an American Abstract
Writer of a new medical journal,
Excerpta Medica, published in
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The
doctor retains his membership
in the Society of Tropical Medi-
cine and the Aero-Medical So-
cietyboth from his war-days in
New Guinea and Japan as a
lieutenant-colonel and flight-
surgeonand is a director of the
Zeta Beta Tau Alumni Club of
Miami Beach.
Flagler-Granada Group
Holds Open Meeting
An open meeting and social
given by the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center will
take place Tuesday. March 16 at
the Coral Gables Women's Club,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. James Segal, chairman of
the affair.
Mrs. Leo Rothstein, lyric
soprano, will be featured in the
entertainment, along with Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Lowe of Lowe Studios
in Coral Gables, who will present
a number of exhibition dances,
including the tango, Vienese
Waltz and the rhumba.
Rabbi Murray Grauor is to be
guest speaker at the meeting.
Members of the Flagler-Gran-
ada group are those who feel the
need for a Jewish community
center in their area for religious,
cultural and social activities, Mrs.
Segal explained. All those in-
terested in the group are invited
to attend the meeting to familiar-
ize themselves with its work and
membership.
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Joseph Hillis Miller will be
inaugurated as president of the
University of Florida at the
university March 5. A group of
celebrities and nationally
known educators are expected
for the program, ceremony and
educational conferences to be
held March 3 to 6 at Gaines-
ville.
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Miami $15,000 Fishing tourna-
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Miami and Miami Beach, is soar-
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moves through the halfway mark
of its 99-day schedule this week-
end. Attracting anglers from every
state since Jan. 11, as well as
several foreign country partici-
pants, the entries erase all records
for a similar period in number
and catch.
The Metropolitan Miami Fish-
ing tournament is open to the
public without entry fees. Its
chief regulations are that it be
caught on rod and reel and
weighed at one of the 41 stations
between Port Everglades, this
area and down in the Keys to
Spanish Harbor Light. Full de-
tails and rules are available
through the tourney headquarters
at 1367 North Miami Ave., or by
telephoning Dinty D. Dennis, di-
rector, at telephone 2-4144 be-
tween 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. any
weekday.
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Rabbi Zwitman
Late Flash
President Harry Truman
this week announced that he
has awarded an Honorary
Commission in the regular
United States Army Reserve
to Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
of Miami. Rabbi Zwitman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Israel and an active com-
munal worker, was signally
honored as he becomes the
only past Jewish chaplain in
the United States to receive
this award.
Rabbi Zwitman took a
leave of absence from his
pulpit and entered the serv-
ice, serving as chaplain in
World War II, receiving dis-
tinguished recognition
throughout his service in uni-
form. The award is likewise
the only Honorary Commis-
sion bestowed in the State of
Florida.
Sholem Lodge Names
Slate Of Officers
Marx Feinbcrg was recently
nominated president of Sholem
Lodge, B*nai B'rith for the year.
Elections are to take place Tues-
day.
Other officers on the slate are:
John Kronenfeld. first vice-pres.;
Sidney Aronovitz. second vice-
pres. and financial sec; Perry
Botwin. rec sec: Marvin Raubin.
fin. sec; David Stuzin. treas.;
Irving Saal. guardian: Frank
Jaffe. warden: Sam Silver, moni-
tor; and Paul Barnett, asst. moni-
tor.
Three year trustees are Bill
Pallot and Eli Hurwitz: two years.
Louis Heiman and Milton Fried-
man; and one year. Burnett Roth
and Jerome Wcinkle.
Alex S. Cohen. Sam B. Miller
and Ted Sakowitz are named on
the Hillel advisory board.
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Of Music Program
A successful Jewish Music pro-
gram presented last Thursday at
Temple Beth Sholom will be re-
peated at the Beth David. 135
N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Wednes-
day, at 8 p.m.
Entitled "Jewish Music
Throughout the Ages" the pro-
gram will include Israel's ancient
songs, cantillations of the Bible,
the oldest traditional chans,
Yiddish folk songs, songs of the
ghetto, and Palestinian folk songs.
Participants will include Can-
tors Louis Feder, Jacob Goldring,
Samuel Kelemer and Maurice
Mamches; the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center choir under the di-
rection of Joseph Schreibman; the
Jewish Folk chorus directed by
Louis Powesky; Temple Israel
choir, and Leon Shiff. Herman
Fried, Pauline Schwartz, Ruth
Brotman, Masha Guralova and
Dr. Paul Beck.
The program will be conducted
by the Jewish Music Council of
Greater Miami which is sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Miami and Miami Beach Y
and the Cantors Association.
Admission is free.
Miami B & P Women
Entertain Beach Group
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Division. Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will have as their
guests, members of the B & P
Division of the Miami Beach
Chapter at their next regular bus-
iness meeting Monday evening,
8:30 p.m., at the Miami Y.
Miss Alice Cohen, Miss Lola Bix
and Miss Ruth Steinberg are in
charge of arrangements for the
program. Miss Ethel Weinstein,
president, announced that the
meeting is open to the public.
v.lmvidhrtaridHari.
Shapiro To Head
Local JNF Council
Harold Shapiro, attorney, was
elected general chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, at the last meet-
ing held at the YM & WHA Mi-
ami Beach. February 25th. Sam
Prosterman. organizer of the
Council in this
area, presided.
Mr. Shapiro,
who was general
counsel for the
Motion Picture
Industry in Wis-
consin, attended
schools in that
state and gradu-
ated from Mar-
quettc Universi-
ty in Milwaukee.
VVuring War II.
he served asHarold Shapiro
legal officer for
the Navy in Cuba and in this
locality. He is the author of How-
to Try a Case in a Navy Court."
Since establishing himself in this
community. Shapiro's organiza-
tional duties have included di-
rector of the drive for the Jewish
Home for the Aged, general chair-
man of the Southeastern Region-
al Convention of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, and ad-
visor to the Young Judaea Lead-
ers Council. At present, he is an
active member of the board of
directors of the Miami Beach
Zionist District; Zionist Youth
Commission, and representative
chairman to the University of
Miami Campus Group of IZFA
(Intercollegiate Zionist Founda-
tion of America).
Elected to the posts of vice
chairmen are Rabbi Leon Kronish
of Temple Beth Sholom, S. Ash-
kenazy. Dr. Harry Queen and
Mrs. K. Stadlan. Newly elected
treasurer is Daniel Broad of the
Miami Beach Zionist District; fi-
nancial secretary, Sam Schachno;
recording secretary, Miss Lillian
Goodman, who is president of
the Beach Group of Business and
Professional Women of Hadassah;
and corresponding secretary. Miss
Florence Hildebrandt, who is
membership chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah.
Affiliated organizations are Mi-
ami and Miami Beach Districts
of the Zionist Organization of
America. Senior Hadassah, Junior
Hadassah, Masada, Mizrachi,
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance, Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion Clubs one and two, Kadimah,
Habonim and Hashomer Hatzair.
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Triplets, two girls and a boy, were born to Mrs. Nnr
Greenberg of 641 S.W. 44th Cl at Jackson Memorial Eg
last Saturday. The Greenbergs have two other children, a boy
and a girl.
Mrs S. A. Waxman of Cincinnati is visiting her niece M
Sadve G. Rose at 821 S.W. 11th Ave. "UM-
* *
Last week's statement in this column about the death of
Mrs Charles Schlesinger of Brooklyn should have read Mr
Charles Schlesinger. The deceased is the father of Mrs. S. M
Grundwerg and Isador Schlesinger of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fein of 3762 S.W. 27th St. are having ft,
bris for their newly born son, Charles Robert, in their hone
Sunday. All friends of the family are invited to attend the open
house from 3 to 5 p.m. The boy was born February 15.
* *
Mrs. Murray Apte of 755 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, is
returning today from Brooklyn where she attended the weddinq
of her sister, Miss Mildred Gradman to Saul Schwartz. The
ceremony took place at Temple Mason. Mrs. Apte has also been
visiting relatives there.
* *
A daughter, Deena Sue, was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq
Kreisberg oi 1031 19th St., Miami Beach, February 14.
* +
Mrs. David Weiss of New York City is visiting her sister
Mrs. Jean Seitlin of 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut Grove. She will
also spend some time with her brother-in-law, Samuel Haas and
his daughter at 3388 Matilda St., in the Grove.
* *
Joel Mark was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stahl of 1560
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, February 9.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat of 531 Espanola Way, Miami
Beach, are the parents of a baby girl, Ruth Marilyn, bora
February 7.
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*JenistifloridUan
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PAGE NINE
Beach
Harry
, ZukcrnicK Miami Beach
us been elected presi-
,,t0.rnV'the'Miami Beach Lodge
fj-nai BT.th to succeed Walter
^T^nirk is past president of
JgTiiueof Miami Beach
^Sector of the Miami Beach
rlssociation. He is an honor-
EiKentof the YMHA and
* Iher of the Miami Beach
! rfStrict, the Temple Beth
KSK Club. Miami Beach
? manitv Center. Dade County
K Jewish Congress. During the
lt vear, Zukernick was respons-
S for the direction and plan-
M of the Beach Lodge's un-
Si p*ram and serv!ce pr0J"
!,; which have attracted a mem-
Sp of approximately 900 to
Ik. Beach Lodge.
Also elected to service with Mr <*>
Zukcrnick are: David R. Isen,
Godfrey K Newman and Samuel
V Shapiro, vice presidents; Bar-
ft Beckcrnian. secretary; Daniel
M Broad, financial secretary.
David Pavlow. treasurer; Meyer
Te,gman. warden; Jules P Chan-
Z guardian; Walter Kovner.
monitor; Harold Zinn, assistant
monitor. Selected as trustees for
the lodge [01 a three year period
were George J. Bertman, Sol
Goldstrom and Irving Frankel.
Jack August was elected to serve
as two year trustee.
Harry Zukernick
see a complete floor show head-
lined by Joe E. Lewis in addi-
tion to the banquet and the pro-
gram provided by the Miami
Beach Lodge social committee.
IliiiVI Servos
Friday Suppers
A project designed to promote
good fellowship and to direct uni-
versity students to a serious con-
sideration of religious thought is
.being sponsored by Coral Gables
AwlatonqueTinstallation will I B'nai B'rith women and Hillel
l held Sunday. 6:30 p.m., March Foundation. Tonight at 5:30 p.m.
a series of suppers is to- be
14th at the Beachcomber. Prom-
inent community leaders have
been invited to participate.
Sam Shapiro, chairman for the
banquet announces that reserva-
tions at $8 per person can be
made during the next ten days.
There is limited capacity for the
affair and maximum attendance
of 300 persons is expected.
Guests at the installation will
Hamen Subject Of
Miami Hadassah Play
Miami Group of Hadassah will
hold their next regular meeting
Monday at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Synagogue at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, chairman
of Palestine Supplies, urges all
members and their friends to
bring their gifts for the people
of Palestine to this meeting.
A skit, "Who Wants to Be
Hamen?" directed by Mrs. Sol
Rovin. and presented by Hadassah
women, will be the highlight of
the program. Refreshments will
be served. As an added attraction.
Allen Loufer, violinist, will play,
accompanied by his mother, Mrs.
Harry Loufer.
launched at the Hillel House.
According to announcement by
Mrs. Bernard Abramson, chair-
man, the student dinners will be
specially prepared Fridays twice
monthly by eight members of
her committee and will be served
by the ladies of the Coral Gables
chapter. A charge of $1.50 will
be made to students.
Rabbi Albeit Michcls. director
of the Hillel Foundation, will con-
duct services following each din-
ner.
Assisting Mrs. Abramson in the
arrangements will be the Mes-
dames Oscar Sindell, Al Lozoff,
Harry Klein, A. W. Harris Wil-
liam Bergida. Sidney Lewis. Sum-
ner Mack and Morris Stotsky.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
will meet Sunday at 8 p.m. jM
the Hillel House. Cards and
refreshments are to follow the
regular business session.
Annual Water Wonders af-
fair sponsored by the Rho chap-
ter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority at
S. University of Miami was
held Saturday night at the
Shore Club. _______ -
Regina Resnik In
Madame Butterfly
Regina Resnik, leading Metro-
politan Opera soprano, will play
the title role in Puccini's "Madame
Butterfly" which is to be pre-
sented by the Miami Opera Guild
on March 13, 15 and 17 at Miami
Senior High school auditorium.
The Guild's second and final
opera of their sixth season will
be sung in English. Visiting cele-
brities besides Miss Resnik in-
clude Tenor Jon Crain as Lt. B.
F. Pinkerton; Lydia Edwards,
who was heard here as Madda-
lena in "Rigoletto." taking the
part of Suzuki; Val Patacchi,
bass-baritone, as Sharpless, and
Tenor Henry Cordy -as Goro.
One of t he Metropolitan's
youngest leading vocalists. Miss
Resnik created a sensation last
year in her first appearance as
Cio-Cio-San. The audience's thun-
derous display of praise brought
her back for nine curtain calls,
and completely stopped the opera.
Critics also matched the opinion
of the patrons.
Heard just last week at the Met
in "Cavaleria Rusticana," which
was also broadcast, Miss Resnik
has risen to operatic fame in the
last five years.
After graduating from New
York's Hunter College in 1942.
she studied voice under Rosalie
Miller, who has been her only
music teacher. Work in concert
and smaller opera companies led
her to the Metropolitan Opera
Auditions of the air. She was the
sole woman winner in 1944, and
has been at the Met ever since,
doing heavy duty in the Italian
and French section. "Butterfly"
"Tosac" and "Don Giovanni" are
among her specialties, and she
was also selected for the soprano
leading the new opera, "Peter
Grimes."
Paul Breisach, a conductor
noted for his fine interpretation
of opera at both the Metropolitan
and San Francisco, will come to
Miami to conduct. It is his first
time here.
Tony Stivanello, noted opera
stage director who has helped
produce many operas here for
the guild, will again be present
to handle stage arrangements.
Local singers will also hold
many roles in the opera. Among
them are: Irene Patti. Kate Pin-
kerton: Kenneth Hurd, The Prince
Yamaduri; Tom Winston, Bonzo;
Regina Resnik
Kenneth Murray, Yakuside; Fred
Reibel, The Imperial Commission-
er; Marx Feinberg. The Official
Registrar; Marie Sjostrom, The
Mother of Cio-Cio-San; Gloria
Farrar, The Cousin; and Master
Jay Tarpley, Dolore.
The chorus, made up of more
than 40 local voices, has been
trained in the Puccini music by
Dr. Arturo di Filippi and Otto
Marzek.
Story of the opera, well known
to music lovers, is by John L.
Long and David Belasco.
Tropical Park Opens
With New Facilities
Tropical Park's 17th racing sea-
son, the seventh under present
management, got under way Wed-
nesday to continue for 40 days, a
period terminating on Saturday,
April 17.
A throng of 11,554 jammed the
track to pour $741,851 into the
mutuels whereas last year's De-
cember debut day saw 13,127
wager only $554,812.
For the convenience of the pub-
lic the seating capacity of the
grandstand and clubhouse was
enlarged, with the infield being
thrown open and many facilities
being installed there for the com-
fort of patrons.
Landscaping the grounds has
been one of the chief tasks of
the management, the entire prop-
erty presenting an aspect com-
pletely different from that at the
1951 inaugural. Many improve-
ments have been made along
these lines since as recently as
last winter. The new installations
have given the plant, especially
the infield, a charm it never pos-
sessed before.
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Pioneer Women Hear
National President
Mrs. Bert Goldstein of New
York City, national president of
the Pioneer Women of America
will be the guest speaker at the
Ninth Annual Donor Dinner of
the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, Sunday evening.
March 28th, at Manning's.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Moatzath
Hapoaloth chairman of Club I:
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, of Club II;
and Mrs. Albert H. Berson, Kadi-
mah Chapter, will serve jointly in
planning the affair with Mrs. Bile'.
Reservations are being taken
by Mrs. Seitlin, phone 5-6380;
Mrs. Mintzes, 5-2803. and Mrs.
Berson, 82-4183.
Sisterhood To Nominate
A nominating committee was
appointed by Temple Israel Sis-
terhood last Monday to draw up
a slate of officers for election
with Mrs. Monte Selig serving as
chairman. It includes Mrs. Max
Holtsberg. Mrs. William D. Sing-
er Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter
and Mrs. Ada Joseph. Election is
to be held the first Monday in
April.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 5,
1948
IS'd Cross Group
laus Campaign
Public Service Division of the
American Red Cross met Monday.
March 1, for an organization
luncheon at the Urmey hotel. H.
H. Hyman addressed the group
with an inspiration plan for ac-
tion.
The following people attended
this meeting to discuss the 1948
Dade County Red Cross Cam-
paign: Hyman. chapter chairman:
T. S. Solverud. chapter manager:
Ruth Zell and Edith Howard.
chapter staff; W. H. Prime, utili-
ties chairman, of Southern Bell
Tel. and Tel. Co.; Ernest Over-
street, banks chairman, Dadc
county tax collector; Leo Acker-
man, insurance chairman, Sey-
bold building; Joe M. Lipton, sav-
ings and loan chairman, of Dade
Federal; Mitchell Wolfson, Sid-
ney Meyer, Mark Chartrand, co-
chairmen of Wometco Theatres,
at 306 N. Miami Ave. Heading
the airlines group are Joe Brock
and C. F. Jackson, Eastern Air
Line; Robt. Forrest and Edward
Weisinger, Pan American Air-
ways; John Morris and Dave
Amos, National Airlines; and Ed
Bishop and Redmond Daggett,
Delta Airlines. In charge of the
railroad division are W. R. Hug-
gins and George Heath for Flor-
ida East Coast Railway; Wes
Ficht and Adolph Seerth for Sea-
board Airline Railway; and Sam
Randle and Charlie Lingo for
other railroads. Bill Dcwey and
A. O. Wiekham of Dewey Laun-
dry will represent the laundries
group, while Dewey Leader of
The Keyes Co. will head real
estate.
Land transportation group will
be headed by R. D. Freeman and
Jack Butler for Miami Transit
Co : Tom E. Lewis and D. L.
Wallace for the Miami Beach
Railway Co.; John S. McKenna
for the Ted Top Cap Company;
and John Morris for the Flash
Trucking Service Company.
Heading newspaper is Charlie
S. Leyden of the Miami Daily
News; heading radios division.
Thomas O. McCollough, WMBM;
and Paramount Theatres. George
C. Hoover and Tom Jefferson in
the Olympia Building.
Obituaries
MRS. MINNA 1-lCHTENSTEIN
Mother of Mm. H. A. Binder ol Mi-
ami, ue 79, passed away '"'l"'u;"-,1 "
at her home In Atlanta. Bhe waath<
widow or the lat. BlUott LUWUI
Besides Mrs. Binder he la jrylved
by a son, Abner. of Atlanta, andnre
daughter'., Mr. J M. Klrsteln
Dallas, Tex., Mrs Mat >'*" .''',' !
n,.w York, and Mr.. M. Smolen ol
Atlanta, tlve pr/andchlldren and one
great-grandchild. Funeral r\icei
wort held Februarj ln *U*nta'
where ahe ha. lived since 1890.
ARTHUR HENRY STEUER
Age 58. retired civil englneei ol 1S
touth Shore Dr., Normandy Isle. Ml;
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Rabbi Colman Zwltman officiating.
HYMAN SILVERMAN
Kge v:. of MM Ulna Av.
Beaih. Feb. lit* Sui^wra In^ ,
his widow, Esther, l son, Da\ld. i
dauahter Mrs Bess Mu
&?'* held i o'clock Thm*-
day afternoon. Riverside .Memorial
Chapel. Rabbi Leon Kronllh offIclat-
In^lnterment In mi. Snal Cemetery
BERNARD^KALLENBERG
Cantor, age 73, of 181 Wash *"
Ave., died last week In a loca no*-
pltal after a brief Illness. H. rs
winter visitor, coming from New YorK
City. He is survived by ws who,
Lardle, The body ha. been Bent t
New Y..i-k CItj for services and in-
terment bj Beach Memorial ohapl,
SAM KLEIN
\gt 76, 1560 Drevel Ave., dl
a local hospital last week. He ca.....
here four months ago from Sawn
N j. He la survived by ins wile.
Lena. The body was sent to Phila-
delphia for services and Interment by
i...,. h Memorial chapel.
LOUIS MARCUS
Of 4.',20 Alton ltd., died on F"
6th, beloved husband ol Eva; de\ >tod
father of Stanley, Robert and Alan;
brother of Dave and Harry. Si
were held Monday, February tn, -
p.in. at Riverside Chapel, 1236 W n
Ington Ave., Miami Beach.
MRS. LEO HELLER (Nee Myers)
Age *T. formerly of Chicago, widow
of tin' kit.- Leo, beloved mother ol
Edna and Albert 1. of Miami Beach,
Maurice L of Chicago; grandmother
of Mrs. Barbara Met. of Chicago and
Mrs. Suzanne Bpplinger of Oakland,
CsJ., niui great-grandmother ol Jerl
Hue Met., Service! was at Riverside
Chapel, 1286 Washington Ave.. last
week.
MRS. JULIAN GOLDSMITH
Agi 76, of 83oa Collins Ave., |
away following a lingering illness
She is survived by her husband, Si-
mon. The remain, were sent to Hards-
dale, N. v.. for services and Interment
by the Beach Memorial Chapel.
AZA Plans Canteen
Chapter 322 of AZA is planninp,
a social canteen to take place
Saturday night at the Miami He-
brew Sehmil and Junior congre-
gation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Dancing and refreshments have
been planned and all teen age
boys and girls are invited. Ad-
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New Neighborhood
Group Elects McLean
A. E. McLean lias been in-
stalled as president of Miami's
t neighborhood group, the
Flagler-LeJeune Civic associa-
tion. Other officers are: D. L.
Moody, vice pies.: C. H. Brett-
hauer, second vice pres.; Richard
R. Reynolds, executive sec; Mil-
ton Schrier secretary; Lou Seit-
lin. treasurer; and Wallace Maer,
association attorney.
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Letters To The Editor
_*Jmist> thridHair)
PAGE ELEVEN
. allowing I'lter was received
si Ethel W*rtOB from her mm
" .1 on M, who Is a Bturtenl
W,"*|SebreW iMlvrrsily at Muunt
'" Palestine. Leonard haa lieen
W"' in Palestine for the past
SrWinthi majoring U> Hebrew.
"!'"' Krton is affiliated with Camp
Mr?..;;,'".,n,| is at present visiting;
Al i faun with Mrs. Abraham
gow. i n ':. 69th St.
pear Mom and Saul,
Greetings from the peaceful
land of Palestine. If you were
deaf and blind you'd never know
there was a war on. Of course, if
vou listen to the government ra-
dio you've got to admit that this
hooting business is nothing more
than a sinister Jewish plot to gain
a foothold in the Middle East and
then spread, octopus like.
throughout the world, infecting
Q with the poison of Communism,
Fascism, Capitalism, Socialism
and moral rheumatism. The
Arabs, to be sure, are heroically
defending their land against the
Jewish invaders, who with their
superior cunning and devilish
chicanery are trying to wrest it
from them. It's always Jewish
thugs and gangsters, and Arab
defenders and fighters. Jew hatred
isn't only a monopoly of the
English press and radio. Ameri-
can correspondents and news
analysts don't do half bad for
themselves when it comes to dis-
tortion. I've attended a number
of news conference* given by the
Jewish Agency and when you sit
among the foreign press, you have
the feeling that you're sitting in
with a pack of wolves. They all
think that Jews are so shrewd
and clever that if they aren't
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sometimes there's only one point
>f view. One of them told me
that if he were an Arab, he'd
consider it his duty to his people
to fight against the Jews. Now
f a supposedly civilized person
like a newspaper reporter feels
like that, and flies into the teeth
>f all the civilized nations of the
world who voted for partition,
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.ell him that this is a holy war
and that the Jews have persuaded
the rest of the world to hate and
disposses the Arab. Ah me. How
can you have freedom of the
press when reporters come to
Palestine with their minds al-
ready made up?
The news lately hasn't been
too good. I don't like this Arab
infiltration that's coming out of
Syria, and despite the fact that
..he government has helped out
once, they've failed us more of-
ten. Yesterday there was an at-
tack by hundreds of armed Arabs
on Kfar Etzion, just outside of
Jerusalem. I don't know how the
foreign press reported it, but the
truth of the matter is that the
government troops didn't arrive
until twenty-four hours after the
attack had been launched. It was,
thank God, successfully repulsed,
but what if the Arabs had been
able successfuly to penetrate the
defences. There would have been
a massacre. The situation is, no
doubt, serious, but you have no
occasion to worry about me, for
I am in a perfectly safe position.
We're located far from any possi-
ble source of trouble and I'm
taking extra precautions to keep
out of danger. Come what may,
I've elected to stand with the
Yishuv in this, its hour of crisis,
and will not leave. How can I
leave my own people in the time
of its greatest need? The mother's
call has always countered the
nation's call, but it is the coward
who deserts when the need for
his participation is greatest. I
would be ashamed, ashamed to
the point of self degredation to
run from the cry of those fight-
ing with their back to the wall.
for they are literally fighting
alone. I don't know what this
battle means to you. To me it
means more than just the sur-
vival of a people, and heaven
knows how important that sur-
vival is. This fight is a fight be-
tween the forces who would drive
Harry Straus
which opened its 40 day spring
which will open its 40 day spring
meeting at the Bird Road course
Wednesday. He is highly optomist-
ic over the out-look for that
session.
not just Arab against Jew (or to
be more exact, Arab and English
against the Jew). It's the Jew
against the world. I used to laugh
at the Palestinians who had
everything nicely divided up into
"we" and "they," the "we" being
the Jews and the "they" anybody
not a Jew. I used to think in
terms of Liberals and Fascists,
Americans and Germans, Social-
ists and Republicans. Now I see
that sometimes there can be pro-
found truths in simplifications.
The Yishuv feels that it stands
alone. Now that the world has
tossed them a bone, it has callous-
ly turned its back on what's hap-
pening here, leaving it to the
Jews to try and stave off calami-
ty until the crumb of a Jewish
state that they received from the
hand of a niggardly world comes
into existence. We'll suffer. No
nation with any worth hasn't gone
through the crucible of suffering,
and the greater the heat applied,
the better the metal is tempered.
We've existed for thousands of
years on brains and guts and that
combination is going to get us
through today.
Slowly the hold of Palestine is
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FRIDAY, MARCH 5.
1948


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PAGE TWELVE
B'nai B'rith Organizes Youth Group
In Gables; Other Members Active
A B'nai B'rith youth organiza-
tion has been organized in Coral
Gables for boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 14 and 18, it
has been announced by Jerry
Sanders. B'nai B'rith youth chair-
man for the Coral Gables Lodge
of B'nai B'rith. Chosen to head
the mixed group of 13 boys and
10 girls is David Berman. Presi-
dent and Alan Grossman, vice-
president. Elected to serve with
Berman and Grossman are: treas-
urer, Herbert Cohen: recording
secretary, Marcia Cohen: corre-
sponding secretary. Helen Spell-
man: sergeants-at-arms. Alvin
Frank and Morton English: chap-
lain. Alan Honig: parliamentarian.
Bob Shapiro; and publicity chair-
man, Stanley, Cannon.
Coral Gables Women of B'nai
B'rith will hold their annual elec-
tion on Tuesday, March 16th, at
8 p.m. at Hillel House, it has
been announced by Mrs. Sam
Schulefand. president.
Councilman Louis -Red" Sned-
igar, former mayor of Miami
Beach, will address the members
of Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith on
Monday, 9 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholoni. Subject of Mr. Snedigar's
talk will be "Problems ol A
hoi."
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
sponsor an "Ides of March" carni-
val and juke box dance on Sun-
day. March 14th at the Miami
Beach YMHA. according to
Chairman Arlene Sisselman.
Members of Winx Chapter ol
B'nai B'rith girls will sponsor a
white elephant sale on Saturday
8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y.
According to Miss Joan Winston,
chairman of the affan surprise
packages will be auctioned to the
highest bidders. Serving on Miss
Winston's committee will be Miss
Joan Bronstein. co-chairman,
Miss Janice Davidow and Miss
Pauline Oppenheim.
Persons having dolls may call
Miss Axlrod at 4-6541 for pick
up.
Rabbinate Greets
Hatzala President
Rabbi Eliezar Silver, president
of the Vaad Hatzala, arrived here
by plane Wednesday morning. His
visit is in conjunction with two
benefit concerts given by the
famous Warsaw tenor and Can-
tor, Miihal Kuscvitsky. sponsored
by the organization.
Rabbi Silver, chief of the
American Orthodox Rabbinate,
was greeted upon his arrival by
members of the Greater Miami
Rabbinate as well as visiting
dignitaries and friends of the
Vaad Hatzala. Having flown here
after attending a relief confer-
ence in New York, lie is to be
honored at a reception at 9 p.m.
Saturday in the Tides hotel where
he is a guest. The visitor is head
of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of America and Canada and of
the United Orthodox Congrega-
tions of Cincinnati.
Vaad Hatzala. a Jewish agenc>
concerned with rescue, relief and
religious rehabilitation of Euro-
pean Jewry, maintains 15 Yes-
hivas in Germany and has pub-
lished and distributed one-half
million textbooks and various
other volumes. It is responsible
for 54 Talmud Torahs and Beth
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LIBERAL I
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samu.l
Kelemer.
anhbath. Frlda
.-> ..... I! .1.1,1
l.iltl
Bella
Pearlman Sunday echoolaj ,,,
Sunday morning at 9 t- a.m. for:
Nurxerj
A novel project has been un-
dertaken by the members of the
DBG chapter B'nai B'rith gills in
accordance with a request made
to them by Judge Walter Beck-
ham of the Juvenile Court. The
girls are seeking dolls to be pre-
sented to underprivileged chil-
dren in this area. These dolls will
be repaired and tastefully dressed
and decorated by members of the
DBG girls, according to Miss
Bcryle Axlrod. president
REFORM
Tempi. Isra.l, 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emen
i"...|. i.oi
..... :il VI.. D.I
thi
. .. ..r ih,. Week "I :*< p.m. Mincha
l0M Oral mlnyan ai i
by a class In mlahna.
Dally Ml'n'ha
followed by ;
nd cuatomi
ai
p >'
a us
11 111. followed
'Second mlnyan
services at o:45
claM In Jewish
Followed by
maarlv,
abbatb FYldn
Bervlee at 13 p.m. William
r, chalrmai
ml Morrli
i\,i-
evenlng i
l> S1"K-
1947 Federation
oam|Hllg: Joaeph R Stein, chairman
of the I94S campaign;
Klnss, executive dlrectoi or in
,...,,,. ||| be gueat apekera.tirRe-
cei.tloii follows. Mrs, Henry E.
will reclti '>" blessings
Sabbath light* i
the Adull atudj groui
'"M '" amw7fa"peaK on "Som.
i of Judaism." rea-
ming service (
Wolff
the
eluding lecture <<
erleii will be
Saturday morning.
Zwitman
I i: i|.l
,, sabbath
1801 S. An-
Lauderdale.
. s al 8 p "
a reception
and Hebrew
llabl
llawli
eratl
n a i" _.
Temple Emanu-EI,
drew* ave.. Fort
Rabbi David Raab.
Fi lda> evening sei vh
Itnbbl Rnab will speak
follows. Sundaj school
Jewish Community Center, 2020
Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max
Kaufman. ,,,,,
! .,,,.. evening services. Rabbi
Kaufman win speak on "The '-"
SViKhlH.r Hosts foi Hi.- Friday Oneg
Shabbat ire Ml and Mis -Max Ha..km.
s.ou..lav morning services at 10 a.m.
H,,sts fin the Klddusr, are Mr. and
Mrs louli Ltesack
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
ave., Miami
Mescheloff;
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Beach. Rabbi Moses
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
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Acclaimed by both the English
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greatest singers of the day. Cantor
Kuscvitsky will be heard at Beth
Jacob synagogue. Miami Beach.
Wednesday. March 10. and a'.
Beth Tfilah congregation. Sunday.
March 14. He is hailed as an
of liturgy and Jewish melodies
as well as a star of opera.
Kusevitsky's programs will con-
sist of Maariv services followed
by concert selections. Ticket* are
available now at all synagogue-
in Greater Miami and at various
hotels
< service at
Mult Friday evening serv-
. Friday ninht forum at
k ,i,i,i Mescheloff will lectur......
il. theme "The Business of Sweeten-
Ina Religion Early Sabbath morn-
ing nervl. 6 30 a ... lt.-Kiilar morn-
. vice at 8:J0 Rabbi win prea. h
on the subject "Jewish Appointments.'
in., i mediate service for teen age youth
,. i ..... under supervision of the
Board "f Education Junior Congrega-
tion fin- children "f elementary school
ag, .ii in under Ho- supervision >'
Max Bertman "' the faculty. Klddush
.. \,,i ... both Junior groups by Mrs.
Joseph Brenner ami a Sisterhood com-
Bible simlv at l p ... "I.
s' I F.....Iman Mincha i ':"" p.m.
followed bj ShaloK Seudos. Rabbi will
., Hi, I'...Hoii ..f the Week
Sunday school at I" a.m Dally school
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovtky.
Frldll> Sel VI. s at I., p in S..I II
da* morning fli mlnj an at a ... :
... ... i: ,i,i.i Rackovsks n
conduct .la- service and Bpeak on the
-,,..j.-, Wi Are a Parl of the
w h,.l. Rabbi "ill speak on ih- Por-
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation. 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening seivi.es at i cvm.
... Krl.lav night service at 8:1... IT
,", ol, II Kaplan will apeak on the
Sb?ect "Wlsehearted and Oood-
h I An Oneg Shabbat follows
toturdas moraine aenlor.aanrleea at
*j0.m. Rabbi April will speakOP.
the subject The New Tablets.
y;;,,,,,,."^,,,. at 10:10 oondaouj by
the Junior congregation. Mint ha at
'I,, ,, followed by Shalos Keu.los.
Rabb will speak on the Weekly Por-
tion of the Law. Sunday school at
10 ., Hebrew school dally 3:1.. to
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th are.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Services Friday at 5:10 p.m. Late
Friday evening forum at 8:30. Itabbl
Hi.our will speak on the subject "Is
Religion An Art Services Saturday
.ii ; ;in a in. Late service at 9:30.
Itabbl will discuss the Weekly Tortlon
,.f the Law Mincha at .'.:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi S.
Krollewltz of Brooklyn will be guest
speaker Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Dally religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamchei.
Late Friday evening services at
8:16 p.m. In honor of Federation Sab-
bath. Stanley C. Myers, president of
the National Council of Jewish Fed-
eratlons and Welfare Funds, will dls-
. iiss Ih.- subject "The Year of
Destiny." Mrs Sadie Pont win be
host al the reception In the audi-
torium Immediately after the services
in honor of the marriage of her son,
Harold. Floral offering has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. David Sernaker In
celebration of their newly born
daughter; and by the Farr family in
memory of Mrs. Harry Farr. Sabbath
services al 8:S0 a.m, Robert, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krantz, will he-
come Bar Mitsvah al :80. student
services al 10:30, Adult diNcusslon
group every Sunday from 10:16 to
11:16 am l.a.l by Rabbi Shapiro.
Itible class m.eis daily at 7:15 a.m. in
the synagogue under th .iu. ..
Abraham Levltan. of
Miami Beach JawUh Commun.
ity Canter. 1415 Euclid ave Mi
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrmin
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring "
Friday evening service at ; ,
I*te Friday evening service at titt
Itabbl Lehrman will preach nnil'
subject "How Jewish Is Yo,,, .' .h!:
Home." Saturday morning seivi. '.
9 a.m. In honor of Federation Sahl il
Stanley f. Myers Will be g A'! "i''
er. Bar Mltxvah of Richard .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving QlnibS. Tunu,'
Congregation at 10 a.m. Y.,th servtl
and breakfast Sunday mornlnTat,
am. Hebrew religious s<-h..i M.m,iav
through Thursday 3:30 to JJO ,
Shinday school 10 a.m. till n,, "
Kindergarten school Mondaj throng
Friday mornings 9 a.m. nil ......,, 'sh
Cardiac Home
Donor Lun4*hoon
Dade Chapter, National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home, will hold
their annual donor luncheon at
the Roney Plaza hotel, Miami
Beach, Wednesday, March 10th, at
noon. Further information con-
cerning the affair may be ob-
tained from Miss Roz King. 1450
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
phone 58-3295. Chairman for this
afternoon is Mrs. David Harris
who with her very able commit-
tee will welcome members and
their friends.
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WILL SPONSOR A CONCERT
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AT RIVERSIDE SCHOOL
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Tickets $1.20 (tax included)
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rMDAV, MARCH S, 1948
Workers Gather
At 'Kick off'
(Continued from Page 1)
. ne l retponaibllity and
dedication p#rmUd the Jw-
i,h community of Greater Mi-
mi. The spirit of determina-
tion is unparallld and giTaa
heartening promiae of ultimate
tictory."
With the theme "1948 is the
year of Destiny" as their watch-
word, more than one thousand
volunteers will participate in this
year's Appeal.
Of the $1,489,925 to be raised
locally, $1,000,000 has been de-
signated for use by the United
Jewish Appeal, which comprises
the Joint Distribution Committee,
the United Palestine Appeal, and
United Service for New Ameri-
cans. The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, providing this year a new
and dynamic long-range program
of practical rehabilitation as well
as relief, is working hand-in-hand
with the United Palestine Appeal.
which aids in the resettlement,
reclamation, and defense of Pal-
estine.
Undaunted by the obstructive
methods of the British govern-
ment," Mr. Stein explained, "these
two agencies wil proceed with
their collossal task of regenerat-
ing, training, educating, and pre-
paring for a full and useful life
the Jews of Europe, and helping
them to realize the hope of reach-
ing Eretz Israel, the hope which
alone has sustained them during
the frustrating and morale-
straining years since their so-
called liberation.
Seventy-five thousand Jews are
to be truly liberated this year,
from the graveyard of Europe.
which holds the remains of their
dear ones, their broken lives,
their lost homes."
The United Service for New
Americans, the third member of
the United Jewish Appeal will
serve the needs of newcomers to
the United States.
Mr. Stein said that the great
interest manifested in this year's
campaign is being demonstrated
by the large number of reserva-
tions which have already been
made for the kick-off breakfast
Heading this year's campaign,
in addition to Mr. Stein, are the
following: Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Max Orovitz, Mrs. Monte Selig,
co-chairmen; Shepard Broad,
Harry Cornblum, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Sam Friedland. Charles
Greenfield, Benjamin Kane, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, Matilda Ratner,
Joseph Richter, Monte Selig, Ar-
thur Ungur, and Carl Weinkle.
vice-chairmen.
Rabbinical representatives are
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, and Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
Sam Blank and Max Orovitz
are co-chairmen of initial gifts;
Abraham Goodman and William
D Singer are co-chairmen of
special assignments.
Jack Ablin, Jack Dubinsky,
David Phillips, co-chairmen, win-
ter residents; S. C. Meyers, E.
Max Goldstein, Herbert E. Scher,
KKhairmen, trades; Marcie
Liberman. Irving Frankel, Joe
Gardner Sam Lachman, co-chair-
men, hotels. Mn. Abraham Good-
n. Mrs. J. G. Lewis, Mrs. S. C.
Myers, Mrs. Joseph Rose, co-
chairmen, women's gifts.
red Grossberg, Lawrence Sing-
'" and Joseph Pardo, co-chair-
men, yung adults; Abraham
^nnes, chairman, vouth; George
"lertkof. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Kabbl Leon Kronish, co-chair-
men, metropolitan.
Also; Mrs John Temple, Mrs.
Leonard Wien, co-chairmen, vol-
^em; Mrs. Sol Leslie. Mrs.
Herbert H. Scher. co-chairmen.
^angements; Harry Blumin.
i ney Lefcourt, co-chairmen,
^ Mrs Harold Spaet, chair-
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Senator Claude Pepper
Senator Pepper, prominently
being mentioned as a possible
Vice Presidential candidate, is
expected to relate intimate, be-
hind-the-scenes details of the
present day governmental ac-
tivities placing special emphasis
upon the Palestine problem.
man, publicity; Mrs. Max Dobrin,
and Mrs. Dorothy Fink, co-chair-
men, speakers; Morris Klass, cam-
paign director.
Campaign report meetings will
be held at Manning's Restaurant.
829 Biscayne Blvd., on the fol-
lowing dates: Wednesday, March
10, first report lunch, 12 noon;
Sunday, March 14, second report
brunch, 10 a.m.; Wednesday.
March 17, third report lunch, 12
noon; Sunday, March 21, fourth
report brunch, 10 a.m.; Wednes-
day, March 24, fifth report lunch.
12 noon; Sunday, March 28, Vic-
tory dinner, ,7 p.m.
Beach Zionist Meeting
Harry Simonhoff who has re-
cently returned from a trip to
Palestine will discuss recent de-
velopments there for the next
regular luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Zionist district. The
meeting is to take place at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday in the National
hotel.
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Synagogue Join
To Support CJA
Synagogues throughout the
Greater Miami area will devote
next weekend. March 5 to March
7th, to emphasizing the import-
ance of the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Next Saturday, March 6, has
been designated as Federation
Sabbath and special services will
be held in all synagogues. Litera-
ture explaining the aims and
purposes of the 1948 drive will
be distributed to worshippers at
the Friday evening and Saturday
morning services. Specially writ-
ten and designed material will
also be distributed to Sunday-
school students.
In addition to addresses by the
Rabbis of the congregations,
stressing the vital needs covered
by the Appeal, a number of
speakers of the campaign's Speak-
ers Bureau will speak in the
synagogues in the interest of the
campaign. Joseph Stein, chairman
of the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, and Morris Klass, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will speak
from the pulpit of Temple Israel
Friday evening. Mrs. Monte Selig,
one of the co-chairmen of the
Appeal, who recently returned
from a tour of Europe and Pales-
tine, will speak the same evening
at Temple Beth Sholom.
The following Rabbis will key
their sermons to the theme of the
campaign in their Friday and
Saturday sermons: Rabbi Colman
Zwitman, Temple Israel; Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob
Congregation; Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, Temple Beth Sholom; Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Beth David Con-
gregation; Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Miami Orthodox Synagogue; and
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Beth
Tfilah Congregation.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Hotel Men Plan To Raise $200,000 Toward Appeal
Co-chairmen of the hotel unit of the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal are shown above (left to right) Sam Lachman. Joe Gard-
ner. Irving Frankel and Marcie Liberman. mayor Miami Beach.
tally At Center
A capacity crowd attended the
pre-campaign 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal Workers' Rally,
held last Wednesday evening at
the Miami Beach Center.
Rabbi Shapiro, in his opening
remarks, defined the function of
the Metropolitan Unit. and
stressed the importance of the
Metropolitan majors, captains and
workers.
Rabbi Kronish gave a stirring
address, in which he emphasized
that "only by the united will of
American Jewry can the heroic
Miss Cravitt Author
Of Brotherhood Article
Miss Glennor Cravitt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Cravitt,
201 S.W. 26th Road, was selected
to write a special article on
Brotherhood Week for the Tech
Hijjh Press, official publication of
the Technical High school. Miss
Cravitt is club editor of the paper.
She used as her theme "Brother-
hoodPattern for Peace."
effort of Palestinian Jewry be
sustained in their struggle to es-
tablish and secure for all time the
new Jewish State."
Sam Silver, outgoing presi-
dent of Sholem lodge. B'nai
B'rith. will speak to members
of the Luncheon club at the
Downtown club. Seybold Ar-
cade. 12:15 p.m. today.
Campaign Calendar
Sunday. March 7..............................Kick-off Meeting 10 A.M.
Wednesday, March 10..............First Report Lunch 12 Noon
Sunday. March 14..................Second Report Brunch 10 A.M.
Wednesday, March 17..............Third Report Lunch 12 Noon
Sunday, March 21..................Fourth Report Brunch 10 A.M.
Wednesday. March 24................Fifth Report Lunch 12 Noon
Sunday, March 28..................................Victory Dinner 7 P.M.
(All Report Meetings at Manning's Restaurant)
(The Steak House, 2362 Collins Avenue)
(Place Undesignated)
829 Biscayne Blvd., Miami)
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Letters to the Editor
(Continued from Page 11)
growing on me. Jerusalem begins
to affect you in a way not other
cities does, and after a while you
find yourself forgetting that there
is an outside world. The word
"galut" was deliberately used by
the prophets, because after you've
lived here for some time, you
can't stand the thought of leav-
ing the place permanently. I be-
lieve I'd stay if this were a
Siamese state. The thrill of watch-
ing a nation come into existence
is indescribable. Al achat kama
v'kama, if it's your state; now
it's only in, the contemplative
Stage, but I'm seriously thinking
of remaining here permanently,
taking out Jewish citizenship,
raising a family here, living and
dying here. To you. living in
America, such a thought is al-
most inconceivable. To me. here
in Palestine, it is the most na-
tural thing that I could do. Living
in a land that is being won at a
cost of blood, sweat and tears has
an effect that is hard to describe,
I may be compared to a bar of
metal, and the land is another
piece of metal, and the heat of
the battle fuses one to the other
inseperably, You've got to suffer
for the land before you feel your-
self actually part of it.
I want you to think seriously
about coming here when the noise
and the fury die down.
Love from Eretz.
-lo the Editor:
1 have :ead with interest the
correspondence of Harry Simon-
hoff and the replies thereto by
S. A. Goodman and Hyman
Sootin.
It is not sufficient for those
who disagree with Mr. Simonhoff
to talk of sacrifice of persons
who fail to recognize the need
of a unified command in a mili-
tary force. The fact that some of
our co-religionists have so suf-
fered that they have be
bereft of reason, is not sufficient
excuse for permitting them to
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have the support of American
Zionists when their present ac-
tions so endangers the future of
our Jewish State in Palestine.
Mr. Sootin is quite inaccurate
when he says we had a Zionist
Parade solely directed to the
memory of that hero, Dov Gruner.
Our meeting was called at the
request of the Zionist Emergency
Council as part of a nation-wide
protest against the actions of
the British government, and not
to "laud" the military actions of
the Irgun. as Mr. Sootin put it.
In one statement Mr. Sootin
unconsciously sums up the point
that Mr. Simonhoff is trying to
make. When Sootin talks about
not creating dissension in our
ranks and having two camps, hi'
is talking exactly about the thing
that Simonhoff is complaining
about: because the Irgun is at-
tempting in these crucial times
to divide our ranks and set up
two camps.
Further evidence of the Irgun
and Stern disruptive influence is
iound in the recent report of
the United Nations Palestine
Commission, which report stated
that the whole Partition Plan is
being endangered, not only by
Arab defiance but by the actions
of a small group of Jews hav-
ing interfered with the attempts
at a peaceful and immediate
setting up of a Jewish State.
We in America cannot because
(if safety become complacent and
be lulled into the feeling that
anyone who shoots an Arab or a
Briton is furthering the cause of
Zionism. Terror is terror, no mat-
ter who commits it. Under one
leadership the military organiza-
tion of Haganah with United Jew-
ish support can defend the Jew-
ish Nation. It is our responsi-
bility to see that dissent elements
are eliminated from the Jewish
Homeland now, or we shall re-
gret the existence of these dis-
sent elements once the Jewish
State becomes a reality.
Yours in Zion.
BURNETT ROTH
Dear Editor:
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami wishes to stress
to the Jewish community, the im-
portance of distinguishing be-
u,,.,,, assistance to the liberal
political interests of the local Uni-
tarian Church and the acceptance
of its Christian theology.
Although the association be-
lieves that the Jewish commun-
ity should be interested in a
progress,v.' political platform, it
feels that this is no justification
for a Jew's affiliation in a Chris-
tian church.
Friendship to political ideals
does not mean membership m a
non-Jewish church.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
RABBI M. MESCHELOFF
Jewish Conference Call
Emergency Session
\,\v YorkThe Interim Com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Conference which met all day
Thursday, February 12 in New
York, decided to call an emerg-
ency session of Conference dele-
gates in New York on March 20-
21.
The decision to convene the
emergency session was due to
the difficulties confronting the
Conference and the Preparatory
Committee for the American
Assembly. New develop-
iments, especially B'nai B'rith's
decision not to join in the pro-
posed Assembly, have hampered
the possibility of implementing
the plan adopted by the Fourth
Session in Chicago. November 29-
December 1.
In addition to organization
problems, the emergency session
will consider the Palestine sit-
uation in the light of America's
passive attitude on enforcing
partition and the establishment
of a Jewish state, in Palestine.
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of artists appearing in a concert
March 7 for Workmen's Circle,
Miami branch 699.
Scheduled also to appear on
the program are Miss Betty
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PPjpAY, MARCH 5, 1948
eaeh Y Forms
%>w Dfaate Club
Mrs. Evelyn Walterman, chair-
n of the program committoc
Uhc Miami Beach YM & WHA
t 1536 Bav Road, announced the
formation of a number of new
iivities for all age groups.
Under the direction of Herman
t^d director of music at the
y" a music club will be formed.
fl,e club which enters all phases
f music starting with music ap-
preciation, had its first meeting
on Tuesday
lira Walterman also reported
the newly formed folk dancing
roup which made its debut on
Sunday. Thirty people participat-
ed under the direction of Miss
Ann Wayne. Miss Wayne is a
graduate of the School of Ameri-
can Ballet and also studied with
Martha Graham and Humphry
Weidman The folk dancing group
(ill continue to meet every Sun-
day evening at 8 and is open to
all' interested parties.
Roi:,.r iting under the stars,
a successful activity at the "Y"
in'the past, was resumed Thurs-
day at 8 p.m The activity will be
carried on against a musical back-
ground.
j\ l,, girls club for girls
ranging in age from 12 to 14,
has also been formed. It is a
social and athletic club under the
leadership of Randy Polansky,
jctivitii 'tor of the "Y."
The I were elected as
office) Klein, president:
Sand:;, vice president:
Rhoda Berman, secretary; and
Louise Lefkowitz, treasurer.
Meetings will be held at 3:30 p.m.
every Wi Inesday afternoon.
The teen age council of the
YM& WHA announced plans foi
the Purim ball and bazaar to be
held on March 21st. Festivities
till begin with a breakfast at the
:. Jewish Community
Center and the bazaar will start
at 12 noon, booths open to the
Lpublic. A ties will consist of
I all kind I thletic events. Con-
cluding event, the Queen Esther
ball with the grand processional
will be I i by a coronation.
Mrs W man urged that the
public visit and avail themselves
of tlu n that is tuning
place at thi "V."
Anew oil painting class of the
A:', '.i nt, to meet on
Tuesd noon. The group
*:11 be under the direction of
Mrs. Ruby Levwoff who has a
We in the field of
Bt and has attended the Art
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P aintings will continue their ree-
ular meetings Thursday after-
noons.
Mrs. Walterman pointed out
that an Arts and Crafts group
for adults is continuing to meet
every Monday evening. This group
functions under the leadership of
Miss Bernice Seder.
LEGAL NOTICE
.......NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMK
1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMI
For DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No, 11(834
BETTY KATZ, Plaintiff, vs
BENJAMIN KATZ, I'-fondant
TO: BENJAMIN KATZ
i Tv Stagg Walk
Brooklyn, Now York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired tn appear t plaint filed In Hi.- above slvloil cause
the BUI of Complaint will be taki-n
iis oonfeased against you. Let thla
order be published once a week for
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published In
Dade County, Florida.
Dated thla 2nd das of March, 1948.
K. B, LEATHERMAN,
i 'l.rk. of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Courl s.-ni>
By It II. RICE, jr..
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney al Law
1023 Reynold Building
Miami. Florida
8/S-12-19-2U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i.. engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
CONSUMERS; CONSUMERS MAR-
KETS; CONSUMERS FOOD MAR-
KETS al 2081 N W. 7th Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
MAURICE DAUM.
AM" S BENJAMIN
Attorney for Maurice Daum.
:: (-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAE FABRICS at 126 South Miami
Avenue, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Floi Ida
FRANK EISMAN.
W ASM AN, SILVER & BAKOWITZ
Attoi neys for Applies n!
:: '5-12-19-26 l I
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fi i|: |1 \DE COUNTY, Fl.i'KIHA
IN CHANCERY. No, II
EILEEN MAY HANTMAN. Plaintiff,
va HAROLD HANTMAN, Defend-
ant
TO HAROLD HANTMAN
196 Rose II Avenue
New ai k, N. w Jersey
You are herebj notified anil re-
qulred to appe u to the Bill "f Com-
plain) filed in the above styled cause.
on .. before April 5th, 1948, otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you. Lei thla order
be published imi i w< i- for four
.',,, M|ve wi eks In The J< wish
Florldlan, ,i newspaper published In
Dade County, Florida
Dated this 2nd day of March
B. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit '. irl
(Circull tourl Be il i
B) R H RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attornej al Law
i M I Sej bold I'.uilillng
Miami, Floi Ida
:: 5-12-19-26
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
eleventh judicial cir< i n
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
118194
FRANK MARTIN, Plaintiff, va,
NANCY jam: MARTIN, Defend-
TO: NANCY JANE MARTIN,
:.:i Thompson Street,
Waterbui y, Connecticut
You are hereby ordered to nl yur,
appearance or anawer t" th.. hni or
complaint for divorce filed
you by FRANK martin on or be-
fore the ii>! day of March. 1.
otherwise the allegations of said otii
will be taken as confessed agatnii
' DONE A\n ORDERED this lal day
"' M;'""' "S ,: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
l,'"""i' '"""" g*8 H BICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
ci'.i.R. ;i: ,i TAIJANOFF
Bollcltor for I'l iltiiiff
:: S-12-19-2*________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the I tit* is name oi
Sunshine Luncheonette al R00 waaj-
logton Avenue, Miami Beach, ntend.
,,r the Circuit Court of Dade I ounty,
K''"'''a SYDNEY MARGOLIN
s | 0"stur.
makx FEINBERO
Attorney for Applicant.
I n a .-,-12-19 __
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned. /,"irl"?JM/nn,n?e of
business under the fictitious *""
County, nortda^p EIgBNBEBO
Sole Owner
_ *Jewist] Flmrirtfon
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT,CE UNDER^CT.TIOUS
LEGAL NOTICE
WILFRED L. KING
ANOBEL KING!
STANLEY CARTER
Partners
AuSSl HF'MAN and KAPLAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
nesUn;i("r"'KmIl '"" "*** to biffi-
.mi Ay>}Lat 438 4lst Street. Mi-
am Rearh, Florida, and Intend to
BaftSK thp, M fictitious name n
Court nf-n f,'hr. Clork of the Clruu"
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
LARRY HOFFMAN
HENRY MARSHALL
_ Sole Owners
OEOROH 'HKRTKOF,
^',2Ty3/^ri2aP""CanU
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
r/^. v'"'-'"!';"'"r H,,at Rentals at
1*19 N 1-. Uayshore Place, Intend to
register nld name with the Clerk ot
l'i''ri,ll"'U rt f Da(le Coul,t>.
HOWARD E. LEPPBR
CLAKA C. LEPPBR
VSasman. Silver & Sakowitz
Attorneys for Apidicmts
- 20-27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE circuit COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAUE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
114680,
CON8TANTINH PAPPAMACKEL.
Plaintiff, vs. JOAN I'Ai'FAMAUK-
El., also known as JOAN
. MICHAELS, Defendant.
TO: JOAN APPAMACKEI* also
known as JOAN MICHAELS. 40-18
Hampton Street, Jackson Heights,
New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed aKalnst you by CON-
STANT I.NIC PAPPAMACKEL your
husband. In the above styled cause
and In the above named Court; and
you are further notified you are here-
by required to file an appearance In
said proceedings on or before the 8th
flay of March, A. D. 1948, otherwise
the allegations 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
weeks, in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN,
a newspaper published In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida.
Dated this 7th day of February,
E B LUATHUHMAM. Clerk.
Circuit Court Seal)
By F. .T. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
ARONiiVITZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOVITZ
Solicitor! for Plaintiff
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tnat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
Mln-Eds Restaurant at 2414'-. Ponce
'' I....." Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla., in-
tend to register s,,i,l name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daue
i ounty, Florida,
EDWARD OXENBERQ
MINNIE OXENBERU
Wasman, Sliver & Sakowitz
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-27 8/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
Gullford Poultry Co. at 101 N. W. 8th
Street, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
I-oris ORONER
SHIRLEY OELMAN
MYERS, HEIMAN \- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
2 11-20-27 3/.-.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Van Ralon Company (not Inc.) at
1431 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court ot
Dada County. Florida,
NORMAN COVAN
and
LEONARD L. COVAN
Partners.
2/20-27 3/o-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the underalgned, 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 Dado County,
Florida.
REN FEINBERO
ALBERT BARON, Partners.
HARRY DITTZ
Attorney foi Applicants
Congress Bldg.
J'6-13-20-27 J/6
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE circuit court OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
114892.
Morris OLEANA, Plaintiff, vs.
.mary oleana. Defendant.
To: MARY- GLEA.NA, 206y V'th Stiect,
Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
fill- your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 19th day of March, 194S.
Dated this 18th day of February,
1948.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
ci"in hit Court Seal)
By M. C. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL .1. RAND, Attorney
S27 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
j 20 :: 3 r.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
I bualneaa under the fictitious name of
Empire Furniture Factory at 12ij
N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
UMPIRE FURNITURE CO.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
2/6-13-20-27 3/5
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115012.
NINA KANTAKIS. also known as
MARIANNA KANTAKIS, Plalntltr,
vs. JOHN KANTAKIS. Defendant.
TO: JOHN KANTAKIS
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 be published once a week for
four 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. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI-ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115013.
IKi.MINIOK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff,
vs. MARY LO GIUDICE, Defend-
ant.
To: MARY LO GIUDICE
103-84 42nd Avenue
Corona, Ing Island, New
You are hereby notified
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or berore March 29, 1948, otherwise
the bill of complaint will be taken as
oonfeased against you. Let this order
be published once a week for four
consecutive weeks in The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper
Dade County, Florida
Dated this 23rd day
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Beal)
B) II C. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida.
S/5-12-U
York
and re-
in
published
February,
of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Park Cleaners and Hand Laundry at
MS N W Stth Street. Miami, Fla. In-
tend to register said name with tho
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
LOUIS and
RUTH GITTLEMAN
^7 3/5-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sheridan Bake Shop at 519 41st Street,
Miami He.oh, Florida, Intends to
: said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floi Ida.
BENJAMIN KIRSHMAN
Petitioner.
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner.
2/13-20-21 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.i engage In
M under the fi.-titious name or
GULF PLUMBING .* ILDINO
SUPPLY al IM Northweat 84th street.
Miami, Florida, intend to register
m|d ...erne with the Clerk of the t li-
,,, court of Dade County. Horida.
M IURICE BRAUNSTEIN
JOSEPH POPPELAUHR
THEODORE BARR
WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Vttorneyi for Applicants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i !' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
99756-B,
EUGENE KLING-MI'EI.LER, Plain-
tiff, Va ALIICKTA O. KL.1MU-
MiEI.LER. Defendant.
To: ALBERTA O. FORTEN
(or ALBERTA O. FOKTSON)
L'liiii Santee Avenue
Columbia. South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that EUGENE KLINO-MUBLLER,
your former husband plaintiff in
ibis cause, has filed a Petition to
Modify the Final Decree of Divorce
entered on August 22. 19411. by the
Honorable Ross WILLIAMS'. Senior
Circuit Judge. You are hereby required
to file your written Appearance,
Answei or other pleadings to said
Petition with the Cl.rk of the above
styled Court on or before the 18th
day of March, A. D. 1948; otherwise,
the allegations 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
FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published
In Dade County. Florida.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 17th
da] E. U. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
YIVION R RUTHERFORD
liii'i Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
2 20-37 3/5-12
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND for DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 114927.
POALO VIRGILO PERRON E, also
known as PERONI, Plaintiff, vs.
EI.oRF.NZA MARIA PERRONS,
I lefendani
TO FLOREN7.A MARIA PERRON 10
Residence Unknown
You are herebj notified and re-
quired to appear t" the Hill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before March 22nd, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will bo
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks In Tho
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 19th day of February.
1948.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
cl.rk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By II < OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida.
2/20-27 3/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
notice tf8&#?m* tbAt
,he underalgned. desiring to engage
-.......- :<, ggrvra
. i company
to reg-
' F,0wl.ah 'thTcierk of
Dade County.
Ister said name
the circuit Court
Florida.
of
MARION
Attorn*}
GUSTAVB ABgAMfj
MILDRED ABRAMS
Partners
BROOKS
for Applloants,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT oF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 1IC117.
loll.N .1 DUItKIN. Plaintiff, vs.
GRACE R DURK1N, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To. lilt ACE It. DURKIN
245 Hawthorne Street
Brooklyn, New York
You arc hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
ntyled cause on or before the 2H day
of March, 1948: otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will
l taken as confessed against you:
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLOK1D1AN, a news-
paper published In Dade County.
Florida .
DATED this 26th day of February,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor fer Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 31. Florida
C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 114774.
ETTA SMITH. Plaintiff, vs.
SAMB1TL SMITH, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FI/1RIDA:
To: SAMUEL SMITH
care of Dr. Max Smith
463 East Sfith Street
Brooklyn. New York
Y'ou are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
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 this 12 day of February,
l:>l-
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. OREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for rialntlff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY", No. 114630.
JOHN T. WALSH, Plaintiff, vs.
LILLIAN C. WAI-SH, Defendant.
TO: LILLIAN C. WALSH
9556112th Street
Richmond Hills, Long Island.
New York
Y'ou are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before March 15. 1948, otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you. Let this order
be published once a week for not less
than four successive weeks In The
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 9th day of February,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C GREEN,
Deputy Clerk,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN '
Attorney at Law
1C23 Bey bold Building
Miami. Florid* "


PAGE SIXTEEN

Yehudi Mriiuliiii
\||m-;ii\s Here
Playing the Concerto in D
major by Jan Sibelius, Yehudi
Menuhin will appear with the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra on Sunday afternoon.
March 7 at 4:30 and Monday eve-
ning, March 8 at 8:30 in the Mi-
ami Senior High school audi-
torium.
Having recently completed an
Y^ hudi Menuhin
European tour where he was the
first .' n artist to appear
following the war, Menuhin was
widely acclaimed in Paris. Prague
and Moscow. Menuhin will also
hf heard in the British film.
"The Magic Bow," a British film
soon to be released.
Symphony No. 1 in E minor by
Jan Sibelius, one of his two sym-
phonies which evoke the spell
North with particular in-
tensity and power, will be di-
i i bj M Loo,
County Fair Features
State Progress Display
Third annual Dade county fair.
featuring a ten-acre exhibit of
"Progress in South Florida." con-
sisting of more than 500 educa-
tional, industrial and agricul-
tural displays, will open Friday
night at the Armory grounds. N.
W. Seventli Ave. and 28th St.
The ten-day show is sponsored
by Mahi Shrine temple and the
Dade county commission, and has
been designed to acquaint Mi-
amians and winter visitors with
activities in South Florida, with
emphasis on the wealth of the
back countryfruits, vegetables,
poultry and cattle.
MIAMI BEACH
Setter Class Listings On
Oceanfront Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
60S Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868
"Trustworthy Service"
Sholem Lodge
To Broadcast
Debate Forum
Four Dade County leaders will
vie in a forum on the question ol
consolidation of Miami and Dade
County, Tuesday 9 p.m. at Temple
Israel. Participating in the dis-
cussion will be Charles A More-
head, chairman of the consolida-
tion Committee and Fail .1 Hob-
bins, campaign director. Speak-
ing against the merger will be
Thomas Mayes, attorney for the
municipalities and Carl Hoffman
Judge Wayne Alien will act as
moderator and the entire i
will be broadcast on s
WWPB. There will be a qui
and answer period following the
debate.
The forum is sponsored by the
committee on public affairs o<
Sholem Lodge B'nai BYith. with
a view towards presenting this
vital issue to the citizens of Dade
County.
Also featured on the program
will be the installation and char-
ter presentation to the Isaac Le-
vin Lodge of B"nai B'rith. B'nai
B'rith leaders from Dade County
wi'l officiate in the ceremonies.
Sholem Lodge will conduct
their annual election of ofl
who are to assume their duties
on April 1st The meeting will
start promptly at 8:15 pin. and
is opened to the public. There is
no admission charge.
The Women's Chapter of
Sholem Lodge will join the meet-
ing of the men's organization.
Give Ten Times More
Last year, Greater Miami
contributed S925.956 to the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
The 1948 goal is Sl.489,925,
an increase of 5559,969 over
last year. This means, ac-
cording to campaign di-
rector, Morris Klass, that some
contributions this year must
be ten times greater than last
year's contributions, if Great-
er Miami is to make its goal.
"Give Ten Times More" has
become the battle song of
the campaign solicitors.
\>

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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
llabbi lldi*at>*
Beaeh Center To
Spiritual Ideal*
-The cornerstone which we are
dedicating is not one of stone, but
rather ,- spirit," Rabbi Irving
Lehrman told the over 3.000 peo-
ple who witnessed cornerstone
laying ceremonies for the new
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center on Sunday. Feb. 22nd.
Rabbi Lehrman pointed out
how our world has suffered be-
cause it was built on materialism,
and promised that the new syna-
gogue would aim to translate the
spiritual ideals into everyday liv-
ing.
Participants in the ceremonies
Joseph M. Rose, president
of the congregation; Mayer 11.
Frankel, honorary president:
Harry Sirkin. Alfred Stone and
Isidore Goldberg, vice presidents:
Samuel Friedland. treasurer;
Archie Brick, recording secre-
tary: and Oscar Mamber. fi-
nancial secretary.
Richard Hose, president of the
junior congregation, and Marcia
Spitzer, president of the student
council, represented the younger
groups.
Speakers included Mayor Mar-
cie Liherman. Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, president, Greater Miami
Rabbinical as.-n.: the Rev. George
Ricks. Greater Miami Ministerial
assn : Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall,
or of National Conference
of Christians and Jews; William
Singer, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation: George J. Talianoff.
chairman of building fund, and
Mrs. Ira C. Walsey. president of
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
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INSPECTION
Pictured during cornerstone laying ceremonies of the new
Miami Beach Jewish Center were Isidore Goldberg, Alfred Stont
Pearl Walsey, Oscar Mamber, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring, Harrr
Sirkin, Archie Brick. Samuel Friedland, Joseph M. Rose, Mstm
H. Frankel and Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Thieves Upset
B.J.E. Office
Staff members of the Bureau
of Jewish Education were
greeted Monday morning by
swastikas on the door, walls
and floor outside of their of-
fices, to discover upon enter-
ing the results of a petty rob-
bery According to A. P. Gannes,
director of the bureau, $60 in
cash was stolen and books.
I) imphlets and files were neap-
ed on the floor.
"1 do not believe it was the
work of any specifically anti-
Semitie or organized group,"
Gannes declared, "for nothing
was either torn nor destroyed.
The disruption of the office it-
self was obviously an after-
thought." He added that the
hastily inked swastikas were
found only on the outside of
the office.
Gannes explained that the
door had not been broken, nor
was there any evidence of a
tampered lock.
Mrs. Israel Shapoff of 3i|
S.W. 28th Rd. was hostess to a
seminar session held last weak
by the Pioneer Women No. 1.
Mrs. Sonia Gerbert took chug*
of the program and refresh-
ments were 'served.
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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. Zaidman
wish to announce that in addition to their
strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry a complete
line of
CABMEL
K O S II E It
I* it O I S I o \ s
has Imm'ii installed
Under Supervision Mr. H. Zaidman
We service weddings, bar mitzvahs, and
parties, also retail and wholesale.
Come in and be convinced
listen TO EVERY TUESDAY
(940^wZDlal) 5:30 to 6:15 P. Mf
The Dade Kosher Meat fe Poultry Market i supervtaed w
endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad HakMhruth