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The Jewish Floridian ( November 12, 1948 )

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5LUME~2 I— NUMBER 45 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY PRICE TEN CENTS Volunteers To Man Trucks Sunday To Cover Miami For SOS Bag Collection IN. Mediator Says sports On Meeting re "Misleading" 'ARIS, (JTA)—U.N. Acting Jiator Ralph Bunche this week led a statement asserting that >nt press statements concerna meeting between Brig. Gen. liam Riley and himself in ich Riley reportedly said the ibs had lost the war were "inirate and misleading" in some ortant respects. Dr. Buche ined that no 'official" statement the meeting in his office was horized and the conclusions :hed were not those presented he press. te acting mediator said neither nor Gen. Riley made any :ement concerning the impleitation of the Security Counresolution on the Negev. Ither suggested direct negotias between the Jews and Arabs, added, although both Gen j and himself, like Berna!e, welcome such a procedure. declared that such reports do t assist" the serious, intensive irts under way to bring an peace 1o Palestine, inche proposed tentatively Inesday that the United Natake steps to demilitarize a [e part of the Negev, the desert of South Palestine now held iraeli troops, (unche's proposal was subled to a seven-man committee up by the security council to :ider ways of enforcing a cil order that the Jews with' from newly won Negev tory. £SZ ?/' November 14 has been set aside as "C Day" by the SOS Miami campaign committee. An all-out effort will be made at that time to reap the benefit of the weeks of preparations by collecting throughout the Greater Miami area the bags which were sent to all Jewish homes with instructions as to the items desired. A minimum of two carloads of food and layette items is the quota allotted this district. Supplies for overseas survivors is a supplementary program to aid the JDC financial program. Mrs. Matilda Ratner, chairman of the Greater Miami SOS Collection, has issued the following statement: "Three hundred pieces of rolling stock will be moving throughout Dade County on Sunday and all families that have received bags will be visited by volunteers so that every ounce of food and baby layette items collected can be picked up and carried to the railroad freight cars in order that they can be on their way to the New York warehouse from which they will be shipped to Europe and on the backs or in the mouths of our Jewish DPs within thirty days after receipt. I am confident that we will achieve our goal of two carloads of much needed supplies of food and clothing for up est Drive ports 34 Pet. employer and the emnave a joint social rei'b'lity," stated Capt. Eddie :enbacker in speaking before second report luncheon of the imunity Chest Wednesday at IJ'ngs Restaurant. "We are We of taking care of the rest e world > supplying them with 'ns of dollars and suppliesline that we can do it but home". forget —' charit y be gins fore than 200 workers attended luncheon where they heard L^ p rt of the total collection P at e. The sum of $355,279 has f J a 'f d toward the desired !f $1,013,173. The drive will Rue until November 23, with |"ext report luncheon sched take place at the Steak Inclusion Of Community Representatives In U.P.A. ApproVed At Chicago Parley CHICAGO, (JTA)—The more than two thousand delegates to the annual conference of the United Palestine Appeal returned to their communities throughout the nation "strengthened for the great responsibilities before us," in the words of their retiring national chairman, Dr. Israel Goldstein. A unanimous resolution to include wiihin the governing bodies of the U.P.A. a one-third representation from the Jewish cornMunich, Germany:—Children at the Neu Freiman Camp suffer from a monotonous, starchy diet low in proteins, need foods rich in proteins and vitamins. The SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection of the Joint Distribution Committee, has made a special appeal for 3,000,000 cans of milk, fish, meats, fats, oils, juices, milk, fruit and cocoa to supplement the purchases of the JDC for its overseas relief and rehabilitation programs. today. the DPs soon to be en route to the new State of Israel." A transportation and packing committee headed by Sherman Tobin includes the following men: Jules Channing, Michael Goodman, Stewart Gordon, Eli Kammer, Albert Katz, Saul Rovin, Leonard Tobin, Sid Alderman and Bob Sommerstein. They will be in charge of the six depots set up in Miami and Miami Beach. Volunteers are asked to report to any of the following stations: Miami Millwork and Lumber Company. 535 N.W. 11th St.; the Miami Y. 450 S.W. 16th Ave.; Sam's Taxi and Baggage Company, 200 Coral Way; Beach Y, 1536 Bay Road; Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., and 900 Everglades Concourse —Store—on Normandy Isle. Arrangements have been made to provide food and beverages for all volunteer workers on Sunday. A canteen committee, headed by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alper, will use the auditorium m the old Miami Beach Jewish Center Building to make sandwiches. The Kosher Butchers Guild has contributed more than 150 pounds of kosher roast beef and many other merchants have been gener ous in their donations for this purpose. Closes Offices BUCHAREST, (JTA)—The offices of the Jewish National Fund and the Keren Hayesod of Rumania were closed down last week on charges of participating in large-scale black market operations, it was revealed here. The action took place after a raid by officials of the Ministry of Finance and National Economy who afterwards held four managers of the offices incommunicado. Arab Country Approaches Israel With Peace Propsal CHICAGO, (JTA)—The Special Representative of the Israeli government in the United States, Eliahu Epstein, disclosed here this week at a press conference that "one of the most important Arab states has approached my government with peace proposals." In revealing this new development in the Palestine struggle. Mr. Epstein also flatly declare^' that Israel would not recogr^e the British-Chinese resolution passed Thursday by the U.N. Security Council which calls for a falling back to previously held military positions in the Negev "There is not the slightest chance that Israel will give "uo the Negev," Epstein stated, "anathere is no way back now,to the military situation of October 14." Mr Epstein said his government had not yet taken an official stand on the question but that on the basis of his knowledge of his government and his people such a statement could be made. Disclosing that the new Arab peace overtures were on a more of the group were meeting "with otnTf £**?** kVel tlWn an Dr Neumann in an effort to seek 22*? ^?. K£ Mr Epstein J a compromise wording of his voiced the belief that there would resolution. be peace in Palestine by the end The conference adopted a resoof the year if action on the Se' curity Council resolution is suspended." He said the resolution "seriously jeopardizes this peace prospect." The U.N. Security Council thisfltion and their superb efforts in week adopted a British-Chinese resolution with an American amendment ordering Israel and Egypt to return to the positions they held in the Negev prior to the recent fighting there or Jace Council action, including the possibility of sanctions. munities and welfare funds was hailed by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, president of the Zionist Organization of America, at the conclusion of the two-day conference as an historic departure that will serve to consolidate the support of American Jewry for Israel." "Since the Jewish State has now become an established fact," Dr. Neumann, told the delegates, "the barriers which have long existed between Zionists and nonZionists are rapidly melting away. The Jewish communities throughout the country are not only cWliriously happy over this consummation but are eager as \teverrbefore to join hands with us i the job which still remains, to f done. je "This action," Dr.. N.^ imann added, "will also tend; t discour age and, I hope, elimiaat th r?T g r "> W CQm ^ ***• fundraising activities, beh alf of Israel. • Later D r Neumann re Z S W of a messa 8 e ^ confe^ VCir sent t0 two of the Lock nCe dele S ates b y Berl *er, chairman of the Jewish rt .sency executive in Jerusalem. The cable and Dr. Neumann's statement were in recognition of a controversy over the organizational structure of the United Palestine Appeal which first became public with, the resignation recently of Henry Montor from his position of executive director of the organization. The controversy popped out again at the conclusion of the conference here when Harold J. Golden berg of Minneapolis, a spokesman of the newlyformed Committee of Contributors and Workers for the United Jewish Appeal, called a press conference at which he accused the U.P.A. leadership of "bad faith." He said the resolution concerning U.P.A. organization had been presented at a time when members lution expressing "profound appreciation" to the organized Jewish communities and welfare funds throughout the country "for their wholehearted cooperathe 1948 campaigns under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal" The resolution approved the decision of the executive favoring the inclusion on the governing bodies of the U.P.A. of representatives of Jewish communities, (Continued on Page 4) Morgenthau Te Phone Miami Federation Deadline! btouwf" t0 insure deliv ery of the Jewish Floridian to our %  etahfti! n Frida y mor ning of each week it is necessary aoiish a deadline for receiving information to be used in %  a nd social columns. BeDh t0g ^ aphs snould be m our office by 5 p.m. on Monday. F Phone information must be given no later than Tuesday Pan. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by nesday at 10:30 a.m. huh 6 n ,f W8 oohunns of our publication axe available to L „ ^"oers without charge for social notices, bar mizvahs %  Personal items. Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. joint chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who has just returned to this country from a visit to Israel and the DP camps in Europe, will speak by telephone to Jewish communal leaders throughout the country on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. eastern standard time. This nationwide hookup in which more than 60,000 communities will participate, has beenarranged for the purpose of having Mr. Morgenthau inform the American Jewish communities of the present situation in Israel. Locally, Mr. Morgenthau will be heard by the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation who will meet in special session at Federation headquarters on Tuesday at 1:30. The only other business on Tuesday's agenda will be the election of three members to the budget committee to fill present vacancies. Mr. Klass, executive director, announces that a special meeting will be held on Wednesday at 8: p.m. in the conference room ten approve Federation's 1949 budget manual. Other matters to be taken up include the question of whether or not to add capital funds to its 1949 campaign goal. Temple Israel Contributes to Dade Chest Fund Temple Israel has pledged a contribution of $250 to the Community Chest of Dade County, according to an announcement by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. "This donation." said Rabbi Zwilman, "was made to demonstrate the interest of the synagogue as a body over and above the individual contributions which members of the congregation are making both in money and as volunteer workWtJWwIf i^ghttgWfe* n**&c**i:izf;*si



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PAGE TWO Leon Kaplan Heads List Of New Officers For Miami Y; Election Takes Place Dec. 1 Leo-: Kip'.an At the n meeting for the n • • .. r. I I the Mior:.. V:.:-V".V-:A V.' Leon Kaplan t< d a; president for 1 1949 Since tl ere r this -1 ."•ir Kaplan v.-;:: h( -. th organization during the coming year. Elections will be held on '•' %  I, nesday evening, December 1. Other officers unanimously elected to take office December 1. include: firs: vice president, Max R. Silver; second vice president, Ben Esser.: third vice president, Sarr. Seitlm: secretary. Mrs. Helen Temple; treasurer. Eugene J. Weies; members of the board for three years: David Brovvn. George Chertkof and Sam Weber. Thirty-Six persons will be elected from the following nominees fore or.e yea: terms on the board of directors: Milton S. Malakoff, W. D. Singer. Rabbi Murray Grauer, George Wolpert. Paul P. So'oe!. Leo Shemer, Ada Sheiner, Sam Traurig. Mrs. Gertrude Weber. David Komberg, Sidney Pepper. Jack Pulver, Henry Shier, Mrs Mollie Gir.sburg, Isaac Englander. Sid Palmer, Mrs. Nina Davis. Mrs. Freda Levine, Murray Couiton, Abe Cutler. Marx Waber. Fred Grossberg. Henry in, Sam Brambier, Mrs. Ruth N'urenberg. Julius Gaines, Mrs. Laura Sachs, Alfred Rubinstein. Si-ir.ev Lefcourt, Sam Kessler. Abe Kurman. Fred Shochet, Harvey Dwoskin, Larry Grossberg. Hazel Essen, Theodore Sakowitz, Martin Rubinstein, Irving Saal and Edward Levine. Pioneer Wompn Postone Meeting At SOS Request Members of the Pioneer Wo! men. Club No. 1. of Miami Beach, are notified that the meeting originally scheduled for this Sunday at Beth Tfilah has been postponed until December 14. Mrs. Henry Seillin. president, announces that the dale has been changed by request of the SOS committee which will hold its one-day collection on November 14. nUIMK.NOVKMBEH^iy Judge Levitan Is Guest At Golden Age Club Judgi At h Le. itan, .-.ental I th< %  adio hour on WINZ, will thi pi in< ip %  '. speaker at the ng of the Goldei .•'•. Fi iendship Clu I the Mian i YM-YWHA, Sunday afternoon at 2:3 k His topic will be "Talmudic Influence t n Jew h Lii Miami Masada Gathers To Hear State Report k The Miami Masada will gather Sunday nigh" at the home of Arthur Ben. .'5100 S.W. 19th Terr., at 7:45. A short business meeting will he followed by movies, d ing and %  ments. A repoi i on the Floi ida Young Zionist Conclave held aSt. Petersburg last weekend, will be given. The meeting is open to all young people. AJC Esther Chapter To Conduct Meeting Entirely In Yiddish The Esther Chapter. Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will conduct ;> I ing entirely in Yiddish at Beth Jacob on Thursday at 8 p.m Moses Meltzer, monologist, will entertain the gathering to w all women in the area are invited. Early Mailing Urged The Departments of the Army and Navy have advised that present air lift capacities to the various overseas areas are being taxed to the utmost and it will not be possible to augment such facilities at this time. Hence, anyappreciable increase in mailings of air parcel post to service personnel overseas would result ir. such matter being transported via surface means with much later date of delivery than intended by the mailer. Therefore, in order to prevent the mailing of quantities of air parcel post during the holiday >eason which cannot be transported with existing air facilities, it is urged that all mailers of pareels consigned to personnel staioned overseas be mailed not ater than November 15, 1948. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith Meets With Auxiliary A meeting of the Fort Lauderdale B'nai B'rith has been scheduled for Thursday, November 18. with a meeting of the auxiliary taking place at the same time. Flagler-Granada Bowling League Makes Awards The first bowling party given by the Flagler-Granada Leaguewas held Saturday night at thf home of Lester Tenny. Award were presented to the three tor men, Milton Shinberg, Leste: renny and Herman Feldman, and to the top team, the"Pirates." Officers of the league include Hy man Coverman, chairman: Her man Feldman, vice chairman; Milton Shinberg-, secretary; and Les ter Tenny, treasurer. LIT* Inuranci Eetatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 907 Piicayne BldpJ. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-M81 St* or phona ma for yaur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, I\< 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 6-3938 Grossinger Opens Dec. 9 The G: ssinger-Pancoast Hotel will open for the 1945-49 season on December 9. according to manr director Paul Grossinger. rted on the ocean at 29th St.. hostelry has its own beach and boardwalk, cabanas and entertainment features. The Grossir.ger-Pancoast is operated on the American plan. Miss Fleischer Chairman Of B. & P. Vet Affair Miss Edythe Fleischer has been named chairman of the affair to be given at the Veteran's Hospital in Coral Gables or. November 17 by the Emma Lazaru= Chapter, Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith. Charles Farrell and the "Continentals" are featured on the program. Truman Names Weil WASHINGTON. DC—President Truman last week appointed Frank L. Weil, president of the National Jewish Welfare Board and chairman of the executive committee of the National Social Welfare Assembly, as chairman of the newly-created President's Committee on Religious and Moral Welfare and Character Guidance in the Armed Forces. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami LONELY? Why not meet someone who wants to meet you? Enjoy life with a congenial companion thru our organization; one of Learn our new plan Make appointment today. the oldest and largest of its kind. CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flagler St Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10 8 P.M Macjnavox itAjJj) ukt Authorized So/e -x and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY > %  1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-7575 Biscayne Kennel Club Opens Monday The Biscayne Kennel Club inaugurates its 23rd season Monday night Nov. 15. with a 10 race program that will witness the return of many former Biscayne favorites plus a lot of youngsters just starting up the greyhound ladder of fame. With official schooling races ending today, and the track all spruced up for the meeting only the kind indulgence of the weather man is needed for a bang-up opening that may set a new record in point of attendance and the possibility of a new mutuel mark for an opening night. Featuring the start of the 19481949 racing season will be the Biscayne Inaugural, a dash at 5 16 of a mile. Last year's Inaugural went to Beachcomber j which went right along fromj there to take the All Florida Championship and the Fall Derby. This fellow, along with No Refund, a litter brother, will attempt to add to theb record the anting %  —," *"** Many speedy ^ broke in at other summer are on han: stellar honors. Racing 5^^ Jimmy MooecK .._ many surprises to hand '•"'-'.if this group of j ,_ Opening night post • ~ e mm be 7:30. Thereafter itarta. #2 will be 7:45. No irJwrTat*? mated in compLi ..' '.:[ Florida State Racing rules. The d ; run as the first and • STEEL ERECTING HAULING Nona Too Large or T-o Sman PROMPT SERViCE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone* 2-4308 — 3-1658 HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdressers 1D39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 6-D467, 5-0461 440 E. LAS OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE THE lOO^c AIR CONDITIONED HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN SPECIAL LUNCHEONS FROM 85c FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM S1.50 Phone 5-5694 1437 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1948 +Jewisli fhrldHairj PAGE THREE /'// Say,.. By HARRY SIMONHOFF British Israel: Fantastic Rubbish In 1888, a ninth rate novelist wrote a story dealing with the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar. The Prophet Jere-, miah accompanies the Princess! Jerusha, daughter of the last king of Judah, in her flight from j t he desolated sacred city. The, small group of refugees finally; land in Ireland. In the palace ofi Tara an Irish king, the Hebrew' Princess meets Eochard, an Israelite Prince of the tribe of Dan, and marries him. Out of this union, the English royal house is supposedly descended. This Romantic novel, "Nobly Won," together with its author, B. Pullen Burry, has long since been forgotten. But the mythology behind the story has survived in a cult known as BritishIsrael World Federation. Their thesis is that the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel were never really lost; they managed to find their way to the British Isles. Consequently, the English, Irish and Scots are the descendants of ancient Israel. As children of Abraham, they are his true heirs, and all the glorious prophesies in the Torah concerning Israel have been fulfilled in them. For example, the English boast that the sun never sets on British possessions is according to this sect merely the fulfillment of the promises of Jehovah —"I will multiply thy seed as the stars of the heaven, and the sands which is upon the shores of the sea. And in thy children shall all the nations of the earth be blessed." So the British Commonwealth of nations and the English-speaking U. S. are actually our first cousins. Ganz gut. Nice to have thorn around against the time of trouble. But what do the BritishIsrael say about us? Surely they must be proud of their relatives as survivors of a thousand persecutions, as the stalwart bearers of ancient Monotheism as the original Unitarians. They should place us on exhibition as a testimony to the miraculous, the unbroken chain that leads through the rise and fall of empires directly to Moses on Sinai and then beyond to Abraham on Mt. Moriah. A naechitiger tag. Our "kinsmen" who by some miracle were transformed from brunette folk with dark eyes, black hair, aquiline noses into blue-eyed, fair-haired, straight-nosed blondes seem to regard us with the antipathy usually felt towards poor relations, or disreputable black sheep. We are not Israelites, they say. We are Jews, that is, the descendants of Judah. They, as Israelites, have inherited the blessings of the Almighty. We, as Jews, must bear all the curses in Deuteronomy. A family coolness is understandable. But it is also characteristic of family quarrels for the clan to unite when attacked by outside enemies. What has been the record of our BritishIsrael "kinsmen" in this regard? Henry Ford's Anti-Jewish Crusade TEL. 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE • WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Somthern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET In 1920, when Henry the First was the Tin Lizzy King, the world was astonished and the Jews stunned, by the first full scale anti-Semitic campaign to be launched in the Americas. It started with the publication of the notorious Russian forgery, Protocolls of the Elders of Zion. Week after week, Ford's Dearborn Independent spewed forth its poisonous lies, repeated and reiterating the old threadbare calumnies that have been the staple of Judeophobia in Europe for centuries. Its venom was disseminated throughout the world in 4 bound books, labeled "The International Jew." The Ford propaganda helped to stimulate the rising Ku Klux Klan. Students of mass hatreds claim that Hitler would never have started his Jew baiting had it not been for the example and influence of the Dearborn Independent smear campaign. In those days, one W. J. Cameron, a newspaper man, had the ear and conlidence of the fanatical, semi-literate auto king of Detroit. Now we know that the inspirer of Ford's anti-Semitism, the organizer of the Dearborn Crusade, and the writer of the anti-Jewish lies was no other than the self same W. J. Cameron, the Generalissimo of British-Israel in the U. S. Boake Carter But when we contemplate the fantastic career of another subscriber to the absurd credo of British-Israel, we should not complain—perhaps. Boake Carter, born of English parentage, became an American citizen. Before the last war he was active as commenator, author, and columnist. He achieved notoriety in his opposition to F. D. R. and, strangely enough, in his hatred for Britain. In short, he shared the isolationist views of Lindburgh, Nye, Wheeler, and the proNazi Bundists. After Pearl Harbor, he went off the air; his column folded up; he fell into obscurity. A glance at Jewish history will disclose that during periods of great agony, the revived hopes for the immediate coming of a Messiah would rise to fever pitch. Something of the sort happened in a mild way during the exterminations by the Nazis. A new "Bible" was found appropriately in a cave somewhere in the Holy Land. And sure enough, a Messiah actually appeared. But the Jews paid no attention to this Messiah (they never do). But Boake Carter did. He emerged out of obscurity when a newspaper dispatched that he became an apostle of some new fangled Jewish cult. He grew a beard, was careful to eat Kosher food, and accepted without reseravtion the new '"Torah" found in the cave Strangest of all, he paid homage to one, Moses Guibbory, the newly self-proclaimed Messiah of Israel. One can only speculate as to the next phase of crackpottery this exponent of British-Israel would fall into. But luckily for his reputation, Boake died. Perhaps the British-Israelites can attribute the queer action of Boake Carter to a mysterious atavistic i-r.pulse that pulled him into the Jewish fold. —Hnniiau Studio Shown in the Shelborne Hotel, where they held their installation luncheon earlier this week, are the new president and officers of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood. Seated in the center front) is Mrs. Arthur S. Klein, incoming president, with Mrs. George Goldberg (left) corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Benjamin Kohn. auditor. Standing in the back row (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Lipton. treasurer: Mrs. Samuel Lipton recording secretary; Mrs. Samuel Oka, social secretary; Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, first vice-president; Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Samuel Wiesen. financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Rogers, third vice-president, and Mrs. Joseph Berman, second vice-president. Chairman of the luncheon held in the Shelborne diningroom was Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff. Fraternal Order Seats Officers At Party The English-Speaking Branch 357, Jewish People's Fraternal Order, will combine a first anniversary party with installation of officers when they meet on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the IOOF HaU, 214 N.W. 4th St. A program of entertainment and talks, followed by refreshments, will follow. Max Shlafrock, president, announces that the meeting is open to the public. Mrs. Weinstein To Give Review At SI10I0111 Tea A review of "The Birth of Israel—the Drama as I Saw It," by Dr. George Garcia-Granador, member of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine and chief of the Guatemalan delegation to the United Nations, will be presented by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, at the open meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, on Wednesday in the Temple patio, 4144 Chase Ave. In announcing the meeting, Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president of the Sisterhood, pointed out that since the "tea shower" of the bazaar chairmen is also to be held that day, this meeting will be combined with the tea and will take the form of a luncheon to begin at 12:30 p.m. The folowing bazaar chairmen will be hostesses: Estelle Fenias, Harriet Fenias, Helen Behar. Lillian Wolff, Iris Mufson and Rose Lawson, in charge of blouses, sportswear and ladies' dresses: also Nadine Mencher, Mirian Sabin Blanche Neisen in charge of linens. Reports will be given by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, ways and means chairman; Mrs. Bess Nelson, bazaar chairman and Mrs. William Farr, ad journal chairman. Hollywood BBYO Installs Officers Installation of officers of the Hollywood Chapter, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization was held re-1 cently at the Jewish Community Center. Officers inducted were: Sanford Curcie, president: Fred Yolan, vice president; Maxine Diamond, treasurer: June Kaplan, corresponding secretary; Eileen Bohrer, recording secretary; Morton Reiss, chaplain and Allen Silbert, sergeant-at-arms. Howard Liebman, state director of B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations, acted as installing officer, and addressed the group on •Functions and Purposes of BBYO." The invocation was delivered by Rabbi Max Kaufman of the Jewish Community Center. Guests oi honor were C. M. Daniels, president of the Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge, and Dan Tannon, president of the Jewish Community Center. A social hour followed the exercises, with Dr. Herbert Heiden, B'nai B'rith Lodge representative and Mrs. Sidney Lipsitz acting as host and hostess. Plans have now been cornfollowed by dancing and refreshments, to be held at the Center pleted for a movie presentation, on Sunday evening. Slip Covers Upholstering I Draperies Bed Spreads | Head Boards Cornices Made to Order y Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed f THE ORIGINAL n JOSEPH JJ RAWLSOM 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE | PHONE 3-0151 I J FOR REPRESENTATIVE I WITH SAMPLES ; k sitOr^ %9 S m Kfc *• %  <--. %  Sour Oeo m %  J "•i*h, main dish. ^JL £ "J *** ••* grave,, 0op$ L!r '**+ "^'Y flavor to Qlomour" cream ,W, ,„"' *?? %  •* %  ** •*•* >wee cream. A* ye Z 1^ *•*'">' Blow container,. "*" 8roCer f in paper SOUR CREAM ; Mm



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PAGE FOUR -Jelstncrktto* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER l 2 EDITORIAL Give Supplies to the Have Your Bag Filled And Ready To Be Pickup When the Volunteer Call On You This Sunday Israel And Truman Among the many messages of felicitation President Truman has received there is one on his desk to which, we hope, he will pay special attention. We have in mind the cable of congratulation he received from Israeli Premier David Ben Gurion, expressing the hope that Mr. Truman's "tenure of office may contribute to promoting the welfare, progress and happiness of the American people and the cause of peace and justice in international affairs." It was no mere accident that the Premier of Israel associated the welfare of the American people with the larger cause of peace and justice in international affairs. The response of the American people to the campaign issues has indicated a profound awareness of foreign as well as domestic affairs and their inter-relationship. Among the foreign problems considered by the electorate was, no doubt, the Palestine issue and the President's stand on it as outlined in his major and final campaign speech. The implications of his address were clear. They were clear to the American people and the world, which is now looking forward to true American leadership for a speedy and just solution of the Palestine problem in full and complete accordance with the historic decision made by the United Notions on November 29th, of 1947. HOW ABOUT UNTYING ME? Aerial View Oi New Edifice Of Miami B each Jewish Center Inclusion Of Community Representatives In U.P.A. Approved At Chicago Parley Miami Beach Jewish Center Inaugurates Drive For $200,000 To Complete Building A building fund drive with a goal of 5200,000 will commence December 5 to obtain funds to complete the new building of th Miami Beach Jewish Center at Washington Ave. and 17th St., ac cordin 9 to J ose P h MRose, president. Heading the drive will be Samuel Friedland and George J. Talianoff, members of the congregation's board ot directors. At an organ izativTial meeting the following chairmerf were appointed to head the divisions of the campaign: Jack Ablin, initial gifts; Alfred Stone, hotels; Joseph Lipton, general solicitations; Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Women's special gifts; Gershon MUler, youth gifts; Harry Sirkin, rating committee: ,Oscar Mamber, seats: Mayer Ij, Frankel, memorials, and Moses Gint>b*rg, treasurer of the campaign. A housewarming reception on 'the evening of December 5 under :th* sponsorship of the Sisterhood will spearheard the drive to obtain funds to complete the $1,000,000 Synagogue Center. The campaign will end December 21 with fi. dinner at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. David R. Isen is chairman of the dinner committee. Charles Greco, noted ecclesiastical architect, designed the temple along the lines of a famed Palestinian synagogue. The semi-circular dome, 90 feet in diameter, is an architectural highlight of the building. Completely alr-conpersons. Included in the structure is a banquet hall with a seating capacity of 1,000, modern kitchen facilities, class rooms and music rooms. The Miami Beach Jewish Center was founded in 1939 and housed at 1415 Euclid Ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman has been the spiritual leader of the congregation for five years. Ground-breaking ceremonies for the new building took place on December 22, 1946, and the cornerstone was laid on January 17, 1948. Young Adult Council Of Beach Y Plans Sadie Hawkins Dance Paul Needelman, social committee chairman of the Young Adult Council of the Beach Y, announces a Sadie Hawkins Day dance to be held Sunday night. Those attending are asked to wear appropriate costumes. Prizes will be given for winners of dance contests. Music will be furnished by Mark Marks and his orchestra. man, Shirley Marks, Thelma Malkiel, Marilyn Meyerson, Alice Bergson, Selma Lewis, Joe Singer, Eugene Ehrlich, Bea Disman and Frank Coplan. (Continued from Page 1) welfare funds and federations to the extent of one-third of the membership of such governing bodies. "It is understood that under the rules and regulations of the Zionist movement, final authority for determining the allocation of funds raised for Jewish needs in Israel continues to rest with the Jewish Agency for Palestine the Keren Kayemeth in Jerusalem and the central institutions which are vested with appropriate authority by the World Zionist Congress," the resolution said. "As in the past, the proceeds of the U.J.A. campaign received by the U.P.A. (less its operational expenses) will continue to be remitted in equal parts to the head offices in New York, of the Palestine Foundation Fund (Keren Hayesod) and the Jewish National Fund. "It is likewise understood that all final decisions regarding allocations and appropriations of funds raised by the U.P.A. and its constituents, the Keren Hayesod) and the Jewish National Fund. "It is likewise understood that all final decisions regarding allocations and appropriations of funds raised by the U.P.A. and its constituents, the Keren Hayesod and Keren Kayemeth, with the exception of administrative budgets, are in the competence of the executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the Keren Kayemeth of Jerusalem— without thereby affecting the existing structure and practises of the American Jewish National Fund and the American Palestine Foundation Fund or their right subject to the above provisions to consider proposals and recommendations for allocations in or on behalf of Palestine. The U.P.A. shall also have the corresponding power to consider all such proposals and to make its own recommendations with regard to them," the resolution concluded. Miami Y Starts New Teenagers Group The T.Y.S. (Teenagers "Y" Society), a new girls' chapter at the Miami Y installed their officers at a meeting last Sunday at the home of the vice president. Estelle Fleishman, 2270 S.W. 28th St. Guests of honor wore the club's advisor, Mrs. Martin Rubenstein, and her husband. Officers installed included: Alice Stone, president; Estelle Fleishman, vice president: Belle Murowitz, treasurer; Gladys Zammitt, corresponding secretary: Eileen Shumer, recording secretary; Marilyn Heeler, sgt.-at-arms: and Barbara Schechter, youth council representative. Following the ceremonies a buffet dinner was served, and entertainment presented. Participating were Roscha Belfor, Jo Anna Bloom, Shirley Stein, Eileen Shumer, Shirley Steinmer.tz and Alice Stone, comedy skits; Alice Stone, Estelle Fleishman, Eileen Shumer, Shirley Stein and Jo Anna Bloom, musical program. The entertainment was concluded with fortune telling by Elaine Goldsmith. For best investment buy U. S. Saving Bonds. Hebrew Calendar 5709 1948 Rosh Chodesh, Klslev Chanukah, 1st day Chanukah, 2nd day ..Dec. J _I*c. r .Dec. M Committee members include: ditioned" the buiid*ing and chapel j Yvette Rosenbaum, Paul Needel•have accommodations for 19001 man, Jewel Laber, Barbara KleinIV'ew AZA Chapter A new chapter of the AZA which will be called "Miami Jr. AZA" is In the process of organization. Meetings are held Sunday evenings at 7:30 at Cong. Beth El. Boys between the ages of 12 and 14 are invited to join in the athletic, cultural, religious and community activities which are being planned. Flagler-Granada Service On Regular Schedule Members of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center are holding Friday evening and Saturday morning services at 3681 N.W. 2nd St. The Safer Torah, books and other essentials have been donated by the members. All men interested are invited to join the group. Further information may be obtained by calling I. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 Miami Beach Chapter Bnai Brith Women To Entertain Paid Up Members At Tea !" .. c c w.j.t-i*irH Vr\orrl nf thp TW^I-IIAIJ • AT\T I .. **> — +Jewlstincridllari PAGE HVE The officers and board of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women are entertaining paid up members at 12:30 Tuesday with a membership tea at the Cadillac Hotel. A welcoming address will be made by the group's president, Mrs. Harold Turk. A documentary history of B'nai B'rith, entitled "I Am B'nai B'rith" will be recounted with Mrs. Irving Becker acting as narrator. The following phases of B'nai B'rith activities will be summarized; ADL by Miss Freda Shifman; Hillel by Mrs. Alexander Libow; BBYO by Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz; and Aid to Israel by Mrs. Lou Levin; musical background by Mrs. Theodore Arvan. Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing Palestinian son^s accompanied by Mrs. Arvan at the piano. Mrs. Seymour Satin, membership chairman, is in charge of arrangements and is assisted by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein, program chairman. Four Hundred Are Expected To Attend Miami Hebrew Academy Testimonial Ardmore Studio Pictured left to right are Jack Satin, Isidore Goldberg and Matthew Silverstein who are making arrangements for the first anniversary dinner of the Hebrew Academy to be held on Sunday evening, December 12. at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel, which will be attended by more than 400 Greater Miamians. Four hundred Greater Miamians are expected to gather on Sunday, December 12, at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel to attend a testimonial dinner honoring Dr. David S. Andron. The banquet which marks the first anniversary of the founding of the Hebrew Academy, will include a musical program and speakers of national prominence. Dr. Andron is one of the founders and the president of the academy. In addition to his work in the educational field he is affiliated with numerous local organizations in many of which he holds office. These include the Miami Beach Zionist District, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Miami Beach Hotel Owners Association, Jewish Home for the Aged, Congregation Beth Tfilah, National Conference of Christians and Jews, B'nai B'rith, YMHA, and Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. A member of the New York Bar, Dr. Andron is also identified with the hotel industry and operates the Albion Hotel, Miami Beach. A lecturer and an author, the doctor is noted for his "Author of Liberty," a work on the poet John Milton, and "The Song of David," a dramatic libretto. Chairmen of the dinner are: Isidore Goldberg, Matthew Silverstein and Jack Satin. Tickets are available at the Hebrew Academy office located at 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Dr. Dauid S. Andron POSITION WANTED Refined Jewish couple desires job as cook and domestic help, either separately or together. Restaurant work considered. References. 329 S.W. 10th St. Tel. 2-3488 Distributed by —-. PALM HISTRIIlVTOIIS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phono 6-3938 The first meeting of the Planning Committee of the Women's Year-Round Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was held on Tuesday, November 2. at the home of Mrs. Abraham Goodman, 3355 Flamingo Drive. Present were Mrs. Araham Goodman, president; Mrs. Monte Selig, vicepresident; Mrs. Leon Kaplan, secretary; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. George Cchertkof, and Mrs. Morris Wolfe. Plans were made for an all-day Lnstitute on Personal Relations to be held on Wednesday, December 8. at a place to be designated. Dixie Photo Reveals Totals In Current Drive Tropical Lodge of Miami Beach leads on a proportionate basis in the current membership drive sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, it has been announced by Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary. The group has signed up 41 new members bringing their total membership to 84, according to drive chairman Gershon Miller. Sholem Lodge has enrolled 76 members; Coral Gables Lodge has added 40, while the North Shore Lodge has added 25 new members. A bronze plaque will be awarded to the lodge showing greatest membership increase from Oct. 1 until Nov. 15. Top individual worker to date is Jerome Weinkle of Sholem Lodge, who has enrolled 26 new members. Sherman Spends Leave With Family In Miami Spending a seven-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Sherman, "'and his sister Marion, is Meyer N. Sherman, U. S. Navy, who has been stationed at San Diego. After vacationing with his family, who reside at 1900 S.W. 7th St., Meyer Sherman J* eyc '' ^ "" turn to San Diego for further assignment. Federation Women All-Day Institute Is Set For December "The Role of the Jewish Woman in the Community Program" will be the subject of a one-day institute which is scheduled for Wednesday, December 8, by the Women's Year-Round Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, who was elected last week to head the new section of Federation, stated "The creation of Women's Year-Round Division would be to interpret Federation to the Jewish women in the community through speakers, seminars, study groups and social programs." Officers who will serve with Mrs. Goodman include Mrs. Monte Selig, vice president, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, secretary. A planning committee consisting of the officers and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. George Chertkof and Mrs. Morris Wolfe met recently to plan the institute program for the coming year. SALLY SNOW CONCERT PIANIST & TEACHER Exponent of Modern Piano Technique. Will accept limited number of pupils. Tel. 48-3504 Studio: 2256 S.W. 16th Ter. 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PAGE SIX <*Jenisti flcridfiann FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. BEHIND THE SCENE: Now that the controversy within the United Palestine Appeal lias become public, it can be revealed that the leaders of the U.P.A. in New York were amazed by the attitude of the Jewish Agenc> UP A But this demand remained unanswered and no clear statement has been received from Israel even as -these lines are being written ... On the other hand, Henry Montor, leader of the dissident groUD. was apparently expecting open support from Eliezer Kaplan." Israeli Finance Minister, but did not get it The U.P.A. leaders here fear that other dissident groups may be formed within the Zionist movement in this country for the purpose ol securing funds from the Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it the pro-Montor group is not censured by Israeli sources They, therefore, cabled the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem for a second time stating that if no definite declaration against the dissidents is forthcoming, the U.P.A. may be whittled down to the detriment of the entire Zionist movement Meanwhile the pro-Montor group held a secret conference this week at the Dixie Hotel in New York to map its future campaign ... It is understood that the group intends to organize before the end of this year a national agency under the name of "American Israel Fund" to compete with the United Palestine Appeal Matters may change after the expected arrival here of a Jewish Agency delegation from Israel which will confer with n.embers of the American branch of the Jewish Agency The attitude of the American members is that the Jewish Agency must make it known that It will not endorse any new groups competing with the U.P.A. • • THE "PARTNERSHIP" ISSUE: The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is intensifying its campaign to secure representation for Jewish community leadeis in agencies which get financial support from federations or welfare funds The Council speaks of a "partnership" between the Jewish communities and the agencies supported by community funds, and means that in all the governing bodies ol these agencies there should be leaders of the Jewish federations and welfare funds ... At present the issue has been taken up by the United Palestine Appeal which is ready to give to the federations a thirty-three percent representation on its governing bodies But other organizations benefiting from community funds will soon also face the same issue Stanley C. Myers, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare FuncLs, emphasizes that this is definitely not a question of "local versus national" Heexplains that when speaking of "partnership" in the national agencies, the community leaders "are speaking of a genuine cooperative partnership" He says that "time and again" the leaders of the lederations and welfare funds have asked "for a full partnerslu. with national agencies" And he makes it clear that this time the Jewish communities intend to assert "actively" their right to such "lull partnership" This, he says, is not a question of attempting to concentrate power, but it is a matter of "spreading the authority to match the spread of the responsibility" The time has arrived in American Jewish life when the communities see themselves much more clearly as "the determinants of national policies and actions" and not merely as the money givers, he argues. ANCIENT HISTORY Some idea on the relationship of Jews and Christians in the third century is given in paintings of the Dura Synagogue excavated in 1932 and interpreted in a book by Rachel Wischnitzer just published by the University of Chicago Press The volume, entitled "The Messianic Theme in the Paintings of the Dura Synagogue." also clarifies a number of questions relating to Jewish life as depicted in the thirty panels There have been several different interpretations of the Dura decorations, which are the earlIonian Jewry with the Jews of Palestine ... It also answers the question whether the Jewish community of Dura subscribed to Orthodox Judaism, or whether the use of paintings in the synagogue indicates a relaxation of ancient Jewish prohibitions All in all. the book is a very important contribution to Jewish history of the third century as well as to an understanding of ancient Jewish art. Students To Visit Local Agencies As Civic Project A Jewish Community Civics Project will be conducted by the Bureau of Jewish Education for the high school of Jewish studies of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Young people ages 15 and up will visit the communal agencies in the community to learn how they meet the problems. Dates have been set for visits to the following agencies: Anti-Defamation League. Nov. 14-; Cardiac Home, Nov. 28; Bureau of Jewish Education, Dec. 5; National Council of Jewish Women, Dec. 12: Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Dec. 19: YMHA of Miami Beach, Dec. 26; Jewish Social Service Bureau Jan. 9. A. P. Ganr.es, executive director of the Bureau, who has arranged these visits, stated "It is important for our young people to get a first hand knowledge of these agencies so that it will lead to active identification and affiliation of these young people with organized life in our community." A brief syllabus will be prepared. After the visits the young people will discuss the problems in their classrooms with the teachors and will submit an essay on their experiences. Rabbi Lehrman, Fred Berkovitz. educational director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Mrs. Ruth Feit, teacher of the group, are cooperating in the project. Highest Ranking Jewish Chaplain Chaplain Henry Tavel, a graduate of the Hebrew Union College, class of 1929, is the first Jewish chaplain in the regular army to attain the rank of lieutenant colonel, it has been announced by Maj. Gen. Luther D. Miller, chief of chaplains, department of the army, in Washington. Chaplain Tavel, at present on duty in the office of the chief of chaplains, supervises the religious programs for all Jewish army personnel. He entered the armed forces in 1942. Miami >lizrac*hi Installs Officers The Miami Chapter of Mizrachi iest known pictorial representa-1 Women's Organization seated the following officers at installation ceremonies last night at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation: Mrs. Harry Steinbach, president; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, first vice president; Mrs. Minnie Keller, second vice president; Mrs. Anna Bear, third vice president; Mrs. Clara Brcttholtz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bessie Adlerblum, treasurer; Mrs. T. Kessler, financial secretary; and Mrs. Sam Geltner, recording secretary. The first meeting during which the newly elected officers will serve is scheduled for Thursday at 1:03 at the Miami Y. tions, on such a major scope, of Biblical scenes But Mrs. Wischnitzer establishes that these paintings were based upon the distinct Messianic idea of Return, Restoration, and Salvation She also establishes that the Jews of Dura considered themselves descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes whom she identifies in one of the excavated paintings The value of Mrs. Wischnitzer's book to Jewish history is also great because the author's interpretation of the Dura Synagogue decorations gives a good insight into the relationship of BabyBeth El Sisterhood To Meet Wednesday Mrs. Harry Klein, corresponding secretary of the Sisterhood of Cong. Beth El, announces that plans for a card party to be given on November 28 in the new social hall will be discussed at the regular meeting of the group this Wednesday at 8 p.m. Proceeds of the affair will go toward the new MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 Nt'lti' i IP Slu.ln Clare Boothe Luce's play. "The Women" will be given by the dramatic group of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on the evenings of November 30 and December 1 at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Senior High school. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. drama chairman has announced. Participating are Mrs. Lillian Fox, professional coach; production chairmen. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Arthur J. England; tickets, Mrs. Alex Robbins; finance, Mrs. Leon Ell; publicity. Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg; properties, Mrs. Bertram C. Waller, chairman. Mrs. David Levinson, Mrs. Eli Meltzer and Mrs. Harry Zukernick; ushers, Mrs. Irving Blasberg; program Mrs. Harry Schiff. Mrs. Louis Gidney, Mrs. Mildred Palter; prompter, Mrs. Jean Reder; settings, Murray Sparage; rehearsal notices, Mrs. In B lumber g. Mrs. Arthur England and Mrs. Jean Lehman, production; Mrs. Lillian Fox, professional dramatic coach; Mrs. Leonard Jacobson chairman of drama group. Book Week Observed By Center Sisterhood Jewish Book Week will be celebrated by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood at its meeting on Monday at 8 p.m. at 1415 Euclid Avenue. An unusual display of Jewish ceremonial objects will be exhibited. A reception honoring the newly installed board members will follow. S. •!. Froodman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prints Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 Capital Spotlight +Jewisti Morid/ian PAGE SEVEN WASHINGTON — How will President Truman's election affect American policy toward Israel was the big question after last week's "biggest upset in political history." Capital observers also wondered how the straight Democratic sweep would affect other issues such as displaced person, immigration and civil rights. One fact stands out. President Truman has waged an almost single-handed campaign. In fact he won his battle over the opposition of certain members of his own party. Now that he has won he is beholden to no man. Indeed some Democratic members of Congress are obligated to him for the Democratic victory on which they rode to office. President Truman may take courage from the mandate given him and seize the opportunity to tighten up his administration. This might include clearing out of the State Department persons who have reportedly been under-cutting him on foreign affairs matters, particularly the Palestine policy. Secretary of State George C. Marshall, long rumored to be at odds with the President over Israel, has announced his intention to resign as of January 20, 1949. Generally, with regard to Israel policy, the election of President Truman seems to inspire more confidence than a victory for the Republican 'Candidate would have. For one thing, Dewey was an unknown quantity. No one knows for sure how he would have carried out his pledges to the state of Israel. On the other hand, President Truman has had several chances to act in favor of Israel since its establishment in May. Each time he has acted positively. He gave immediate de facto recognition to Israel. He has been pushing hard to get the Export-Import Bank to advance a loan to the new state. And when Israel was threatened with sanctions through a Security Council resolution President Truman sent orders to Paris to the American delegation not to support the measure. He is thus, both by his public statements and his actions in behalf of Israel, more positively committed than Dewey ever was. On the matter of the loan, for instance, he is not only committed by his public statements and by the Democratic party platform, but he gave private assurances to President Chaim Weizmann Miami that a loan could be expected. The matter of de jure recognition for^ Israel is another matter on which President Truman has very positively committed himself. On matters concerning Israel that are within the bailiwick of the N.U., President Truman, it is believed, will scrupulously avoid unilateral American action. But on matters concerning direct bilateral relations between the United States and Israel, such as full recognition, it seems likely that the President will follow through on his pledges. It does not seem too precarious to predict that full recognition for Israel will come through before the end of the year. President Truman, believed to be personally sincere about the displaced persons problem, has repeatedly asked Congress to admit at least 400,000 war refugees to this country. Observers here have felt for some time that the 81st Congress will amend the Displaced Persons Law enacted last June to eliminate its most discriminatory feature—the cut-off date of Dec. 22, 1945 that bars many Jewish DP's from eligibility. Perhaps with a Democratic Congress and with President Truman pushing them some of the other discriminatory features of the bill can be eliminated. It may even be possible to raise the present figure of 205,000 to 400,000. General immigration policies in the Senate are bound to be affected by the defeat of Senator Chapman Rivercomb, West Virginia Republican, who was the leader of the anti-immigration bloc in that House. A study of general immigration procedures begun by Revercomb will now be completed by a Democratic committee. It seems virtually certain that the Democratic Senate will confirm the appointments of the three-member displaced persons commission, Ugo Carusi, Harry Rosenfield and Edward M. O'Connor. In the face of this optimism, however, it must be remembered that the Democratic majority in Congress now includes many southern Democrats who are traditionally opposed to liberalizing immigration policies. President Truman has had to pull some punches during the last few months on the Civil Rights program that he proposed to Congress early this year. Including such controversial issues as fair employment practices legislation, the program designed by the President's Committee on Civil Rights, was political anathema in the south. And the solid Democratic South cannot lightly be tossed aside in a Presidential election. It is hard to predict what is in store on the civil rights question, now that the political issue has been divorced from it for a while. For a Democratic Congress, while it may appear to be more liberally inclined, still includes a great WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classiccd Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL— LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC ITOUBY | PAINTING I CORP. 3-5000 £kmm /mtouMoCoiiTRKTo** I 669 N.W.d^ StteeL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IWMHHHilB HHWNMNfMWI (Will number of reactionary Southern Democrats who will fight equal rights legislation just as hard as they ever did. A really good bill, the IvesChavez FEPC Bill, got through the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee during the 80th Congress. It was placed on the Senate calendar, but died awaiting a date for floor discussion, staunchest defenders of FEPC. legislation and the recurring Southern filibusters on FEPC would seem to make it hardly hopeful that FEPC will fare any better in the 81st Congress, despite the Democratic swing. Several new factors entered the picture with the election, however. For one thing, Sen. Elber' Thomas of Utah, a good liberal will now replace Sen. Robert A. Taft, Ohio Republican, as chairman of the Senate Labor Committee through which the bill will pass. Sen. Taft has long advocated a sort of watered-down version of FEPC, holding out for the use of "education" only in effecting better fair employment practices. The election of Hubert Humphry, the battling liberal mayor of Minneapolis, over Republican Sen. Joseph Ball in Minnesota will put in the Senate one of the staunchehst defenders of FEPC. Beach Y To Show New Yiddish Film "Love and Sacrifice" a Yiddish motion picture, will be shown at the Beach Y on Sunday night. This is the first showing in Greater Miami and the public is invited to attend. As mayor of Minneapolis Humphry instituted an FEPC that effectively cut down discrimination in that city. He appeared last year during the committee hearings on the Ives-Chavez measure and really talked turkey to Sen. Allen J. Ellender, Mississippi Democrat, member of the committee who was attempting to discredit the bill. ROLLER SKATE At the Air Cooled VENETIAN ROLLER SKATING RINK "One of Miami's Finest Skating Floors Bob West at the Hammond Organ Evening Sessions 7:30 to 11 Sunday 2 to 5 P. M. Phone 48-4766 2790 S. 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PAGt EIGHT +Jenls* Hcrkltor FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Miss Dolly Fishbein Miss Dolly Fishbein Reveals Troth To Irving Baum The engagement of Miss Dolly Tishbein to Irving Baum has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Sadie Fishbein, 2020 S.W. 24th Terr. Mr. Baum is the son of Mrs. Ida Baum, of Monticello, N. Y. The bride-to-be is a junior in the school of education at the University of Miami, where she is a member of Hillc-1 Foundation and I.Z.F.A. She is also affiliated with Debbs Chapter B'nai B*rith Young Women, Jr. Hada^sah and Masada. Mr. Baum studied at the University of Pennsylvania and is now a senior at the University of Miami, graduating in May. He served with the 8th Air Force and the A. T. C. and was discharged with the rating of 1st lieutenant. A formal engagement reception for both families and friends is being planned for thte latter part of December. Mrs. Harry Koretzky Mrs. Koretzky Host To Congress Women Mrs. Harry Koretzky, an officer of the American Jewish Congress, will be hostess to the Miami Beach chapter at a buffet luncheon at her home 4145 La Gorce Drive, on Monday at 12:30. Assisting Mrs. Koretzky will be the Mes! dames Herbert Greenberg, Jerome iKimball, George Berk, Morris I Rabinowitz. Herbert Glickman, Edward Glasser and Mrs. Mae Weiner. Card games and a social hour will follow the luncheon. Members are asked to bring prospective members to the affair. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Jerome Sangerman at 5-7116. Service League Seminar The Miami Service League, the women's activities organization of the Y, is sponsoring a seminar for women on Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Y. All women are invited to be present. Pioneer Women To Honor Visit Of Reqional President Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami has completed plans for the coming visit of their regional president. Miriam Brodinsky. on November 15. A full schedule will begin with a luncheon Tuesday, followed by a discussion of Council problems and projects. Mrs. Brodinsky will be interviewed over WGBS on Wednesday at three o'clock on the program "Jane Recommends." A seminar with the organization's main project. Moaztoth i Hapoaloth. as its theme, will be held Wednesday evening at Beth David auditorium. Rehabiliation! of incoming refugee women, training them and also Israeli women, industrially and agriculj turally, and the work of mainj taining children's homes will be discussed. A membership reception of the i Kadimah Chapter will honor Mrs. j Brodinsky on Thursday evening at the New Yorker Hotel. The pulpit of Beth David Congregation will be turned over to Pioneer Women on Friday evening and Mrs. Brodinsky will address the congregation. To climax the week's activities. the organization will hold a Malava Malkah at the Strath Haven Hotel the following night %  Mrs. Harry Albert will act as mistress of ceremonies and community singing will be led by members of Habonim. Saffers To Observe Anniversary Sundav Marian Herman Engaged To Wed Charles Freefield On November 25 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman, 1414 Alton Road, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marian, tc Charles M. Freefield, 1620 S.W. 4th St., Miami, son of Samuel Freefield of Newark. New Jersey. The wedding will take place at Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, November 25, at 7 p.m. The bride-elect attended schools in Connecticut. She also attended the Walsh School of Business Science, the University of Miami, and is a graduate of the Miami School of Modeling. Miss Berman, who was at one time society reporter for the Jewish Floridian, is at present financial secretary of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah, and at the recent convention of the southern region was appointed editor of the regional newspaper. Mr. Freefield attended schools in New Jersey and is now a student at the University of Miami where he is majoring in Political Geography and Sociology. Mr. Freefield served four years in the Army Air Forces during World War II, two of them in the Pacific theater. In July, 1946 he was the first Miamian to be awarded a scholarship to the newly-opened Brandeis Camp Institute at Winterdale, Penn., on the basis of an essay contest conducted by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Upon his return he was elected the first president of the newly-formed Greater Miami Chapter of Masada. Prior to the entrance into the University of Miami, Mr. Freefield was very active in local veteran, Zionist and business groups. His past positions have included executive secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist District, adjutant of Miami Beach Post No. 330, Jewish War Veterans, and managing editor of the Miami Building Journal. During the Miami Beach municipal election campaign in 1947 he was campaign manager for Maurice Klein. Ronnie Wasserman Engagement Told The engagement of Ronnie Wasserman to Jake Ferman of Canton, Ohio, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wasserman, 1575 Washington Ave. Miss Wasserman, a graduate of Hempstead High school, has been active in Junior Hadassah. She recently won the title of Miss Miami Beach at a contest held at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer will be guests of honor at an open house Sunday in celebration of their silver wedding anniversary The reception which is being arranged by their children Carolvn Bernard and Helcne, will be held at the Saffer home, 1425 SW 18th St. Residents of Miami since 1923, the Saffers have been active in community activities. Mr. Saffer is a director of the National Children's Cardiac Home and when president of the Home '.vas instrumental in organizing chapters throughout the United States. He served as a division head in the Federation campaign and is an active worker for the Variety Club benefit projects. The reception on Sunday will begin at twelve noon. Beth Sholom Scene Of Wedding Of Hilda Benjamin and Robert Green Mrs. Sam Goldman Mrs. Goldman Is Cardiac Head At the election of officers held Tuesday by the Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home Mrs. Sam H. Goldman became president of the organization. Serving with her will be Mrs. George Wolpert, Mrs. Dave Rifas, Mrs. Leo Sobol and Mrs Sal Ramagli, vice presidents; Mrs. Sam Schulwolf, treasurer, and Mrs. Bella Jacobson, financial secretary. Installation ceremonies will be held at Fu Manchu's at noon November 30. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Benjamin of 728 Meridian Ave., announce the wedding of their daughter Hilda to Robert Green, 2851 Sheridan Ave.. on Sunday at Temple Beth Sholom at 5 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct the ceremonies. The bride has chosen a light aqua suit with brown accessories and will carry a nosegay and a white Bible. Attendants will be jthe brother and sister-in-law of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Jack [Green of Philadelphia. Also in the [wedding party will be another brother, Bernard Green. Miss Benjamin has been affiliated with B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations throughout the country, working with Dr. Abram L. Sachar in Miami, Washington and Los Angeles. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1948 +JelstiFk>rHtor, Personally Speaking Theodore J. Sakowitz left last Sunday for several weeks vacation in New York. En route he will stop at Atlanta where he will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris "Chuck" Klein, formerly of Miami. Mr. Klein is at present acting executive director of the Jewish Educational Alliance. Martin Chochem of the Roosevelt Hotel, leaves today for Montreal, Canada, where he will attend the wedding of his niece, Sophie Lecker, to a former Air Corps captain, Irving Levy Mr. Levy is now in business in Montreal. The couple will be married on Sunday. Mr. Chochem will return to Miami around November 20. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Friedland announce the arrival of a daughter, Michele Shelley, on October 28. %  % %  %  Jerome B. Gordon, education and executive director of Beth David, flew to Rochester last week following the death of his father, Rev. Gordon. Also surviving were three daughters. Honeymooning at the Blackstone Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Hy D. Burstein of Flushing, L. I. The bride is the niece of Mr! and Mrs. Sam Diener of Miami. Mrs. Philip Berkowitz is recuperating at Jackson Memorial following a major operation. Cantor Joseph Malek has rejoined his family at 1561 Lenox Ave. folowing an extended trip through the mid-west and the v/est coast. Cantor Malek conducted High Holy Day services in a Texas synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg have returned following a four months vacation in the north. They are residing in their new home at 108 6th Terr., DiLido Island, Miami Beach. %  % %  %  Mrs. A. Pepper has returned to her home at 507 S.W. 19th Ave., following a vacation in the Carolinas. Highlight of the trip was her first meeting with a new granddaughter, Terry Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shapiro of Spartenberg. Mrs. Pepper also visited relatives in Greenville, Columbia and Union, South Carolina. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and family have returned after a six weeks' vacation in New York, Carolinas and Georgia. While in Georgia they visited Mrs. Adelman's parents in Savannah. -K Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon returned to their apartment in the Everglades Hotel following a five week vacation in New York. PAGE NINE Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Carp Return Home Following Summer Tour Of Europe Returning this week following a summer spent in Europe were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carp, 2738 S.W. 20th St. Accompanied by their daughter Ruth, a student at the University of Miami, the Carps embarked for England in June. They were met at Southampton by another daughter and her husband who are employed by the United States government in Heidelberg. After several days in London the group left by motor for a tour of the British Isles, traveling from coast to roast. A short stay was then spent


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PAGE TEN +Jewislincrknan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 Drewich Will Head Miami Hebrew Cong For Third Year Landau Chapter Appoints Leaders The season's activities for the Clara Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women began with a pre-election talk on November 1 by Jack Gordon, Democratic leader. Mr. Gordon presented the RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening service at 8:15 Wit* Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Servios will be dedicated to the Sisterhood. The president and two vice presidents. Mrs. anTlVMrT Sam August will Participate. Rabbi Shapiro will UMUM tto mUeet •Wherein We Have Palled! After will be offering platforms of the four major j • %  %  $ %  JB^Tfci* Hi^UtfW parties. On November 8 the group held a general business meeting at which final plans for the "Sadie Hawkins Day" party were discussed. The affair will be held on Saturday evening at 8:30 at the home of Florence Sissenwine of Miami Beach. All paid-up members and their dates are invited. On Monday, November 15, an open meeting will be held at the Beach Y at 8:30 to which all girls between the ages of 18 and 25 are invited. The organization opened the program for the coming year with a new slate of committees and committee chairmen, as follows: A D.LM Shirley Friedman, chairman, Lorry Finke and Marilyn Miller; athletic, Charlotte Uuodman, chairman, Lenore liergida, Gloria Mantel and Muriel singer: Heiiny H. M. Drewich Announcement has been made of the re-election of H. M. Drewich for the third consecutive term as president of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. It was during Mr. Drewich's first two terms that the new building housing the school at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.. was completed. Also elected were William Weintraub, first vice president: Mrs. Harry Steinbeck, second vice president; Mrs. Nathan Coulton. third vice president; Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, re-elected financial secretary; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Minkoff, corresponding secretary. Jack Stone was re-elected to serve his third year as treasurer. In appreciation of his work as chairman of the building committee, Benjamin Sokoloff was unanimously elected to the board of directors. Also elected to serve on the board: Max Apfelbaum, Gershon August, Ralph Bargteil, Ed. I. Becker, Sam Blank, William Clein, Hershey Glantz, Dave Kleber, Harry Minkoff, Harry Shear, Leo Sheiner and Ben Stone, and the Mesdames Herbert Feldan, Max Jacobskind, Ed. A. Moss, Benjamin Sokoloff, Jack Stone and Wm. Weintraub. Deborah Group Hears Palestine Discussion Mrs. L. G. McCaffrey of the Christian Committee on Palestine, spoke to the Deborah Group of Hadassah at a meeting Monday afternoon. Her topic was "The State of Israel—a Christian Responsibility." Others on the program included Mrs. Leonard Beldner, chairman, who presented an "American Affairs and Education" program; Mrs. Martin Genet, who gave a report on current events; and piano selections by Maxine Karol. Mrs. Leo Levin, chapter head, presided at the business meeting. community service, Rosen thai and Evelyn Kaplan, o-chalrmen, Shirley Collegeman, Sheila Wellman, Jo Zinner, Elaine Schwartl and Marcia Sable; cultural. Rosalvn Kivel, chairman, Carol SVhultz, Arlene Slsselman. Bea Finn and Peggy Wilks; membership. Elaine BchwartS, chairman. Sheila Wallman. Anna-Mae Sable; newspaper, Muriel Singer, chairman. Doris W einberg, Norma Thalblum, Ignore Bergida, Selma Rubin, Arl.ne Slsselman. Charlotte Goodman and 1'eggy Wilks. overseas aid, Marcia Sable, chairman. Sheila Wallman, Eva Rosner, Margy Stern, Norma Thalblum and Rosalyn Elbaum; publicity, Lorry Flnke, chairman. Selma Rubin: religious. Eva Rosner, chairman. Sheila Wallman: social. Arlene Siss.lman and Marjorie Stern, co-chairmen, Marilyn Miller. Teirv Shuman, Elaine Schwartz. Lenore Bergida. Muriel Singer, Gloria Mantel and Charlotte Ooodman; sunshine. Marcia Sable: telephone, Doris Weinberg, chairman; Marcia Sable. Terry Shuman, Norma Thalblum, Charlotte. Goodman and Arlene Slsselman. the services the Sisterhood hosts at a reception. Floral will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kaaow in memory or Mrs. Kaaowe father. Sabbath services Saturdav morning at S:30 and students services at 10:30. A Klddush w 11 follow tbe services. Sunday School Sundav at 10 a.m. Hebrew School daily Mondav through Thursday from 3.30 to 6:3" p.m. Bus transportation Mondays and Thursdays. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 3:30. Late Fridav evening service S:la p.m. Annual AZA-BIiC, Sabbath Services will be conducted by our local groupB. Participants: Eleanor Ooodman, Phvliss Schermer. Herbert Buchwald, Morton Smith. The sermonette will be preached by Barton I'dell. Joan osheroff will bring greetings on behalf of HHfl. Rabbi Dehrman will preach on "Who Holds The Key?" Cantor Jacob V. Goldring will chant the serva>. Ice assisted bv the Center Choir under >n the direction of Hen Yomen. Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glnsburg. Junior Congregation at 9:30. Center vouth breakfast Sunday mornIni* at 9:15 in the chapel. Hebrew school Mondav through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Fre-klndergarten school Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to noon. Jewish Community Centex, 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Fridav evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Jvaufman will speak. Oneg Shabbat following the service. Saturday morning service at 10. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Fridav evening services at 5:13;: Saturday morning at 8:30. The Rabbi will speak on "Travel and Learn.' Saturday evening services at 4 o clock. The Rabbi will address the congregation on '•Immigrants Identity." Mlncha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and Zmiros. Daily services at 7:30 a.m. Class In Mlshna will be addressed by Rabbi following the services. Class Is discussing various phases of capital punishment. Services at 5:15 p.m. follow ed bv a class In Jewish laws and customs. Class will discuss the laws appertaining to the sanctity of the Sabbath Maariv at 6 p.m. Regular congregation meeting Tuesday evening at the synagogue. Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Fridav evening services at 5 p.m. Saturdav morning at S:30. Rabbi M.seheloff will speak on "Going Forward." Services will be chanted by guest cantor I. Jacobson. formerly of Chicago and Baltimore. Jr. services held for children of elementary school age In the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mlncha at 5:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Congregation Beth EL 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services 5:30. Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Studnts' services at 10 a.m. Par Mitzvah of Morton William Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sldnev H. Palmer. Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daily rcllirk, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. C K1 REFORM school Beth David Annual Tea At Miami Women's Club The annual membership tea given by the Beth David Sisterhood will be held at the Miami Woman's Club on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. A musical program will be featured with soloist Ruth Brotman, accompanied by Anyuta Melicov at the piano. A newcomer to Miami musical circles, Miss Sally Snow, will render several selections. Mrs. William Danziger is program chairman with Mrs. Harry Laufer, chairman of the day. Ask Your Grocer For IALITY '! FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by Sisterhood To Participate At Beth David Service The Sisterhood will participate in services Friday night at Beth David Synagogue. Mrs. Alex Stiebel, president, will speak. Also participating will be Mrs. Harry Laufer and Mrs. Samuel J. August. The Sisterhood will be hostess at the Oneg Shebbat following the services. Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr' Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerilu. Dr. Marius Hanson .,t Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale guest speaker. His t,, ,.,. "Don't Limit God." Rabbi will conduct the services. Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An drews Ave. Fort Laudetdale Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at s „ Rev. John H. Hang,-r, Part j.*"}Methodist Church of K„ rt lZJ$$ Ranson! Temple will bj will be Zwitman will be replacement" "for Dr*"-""* who will speak a b who will speak at Temple Israel Mi ami. Rev. Hanger's sermon tonic ?,', be "The Need of the Hour • &£* School Sunday at 9:45 am gl0U9 m. 4925 Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collirj Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Datid Raab. Friday evening servi •at • % %  Rabbi Raab will speak on "The W of Israel-Enduring p.,,,,. • n .,..:,! : following the services iw )r ,.,3 Sunday at 9:30 Bunda) school at (i Welcome All Our Friends "All Work Guaranteed" PETE ADAMS SERVICE STEAM CLEANING & UNDERCOATING GAS & OILS LUBRICATION 1952 N.E. Miami Court Phone 3-9357 LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday night services at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "What Is the Jewish Ideal of Peace?" An Oneg Shabbat will follow the service in the patio. Saturday morning service at 10:45. GENERAL United Jewish Schools, North Campus, University of Miami Children's services at 10 a.m. Adult Bible classes 10 a.m. ORTHODOX Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi Simon April wil speak on "Our Firm Resolution." Mishna class at 5 p.m. Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. The Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Hebrew School daily from 3:15 to 6:1.1 p.m. Daily Services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:S0 p.m. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER m^%i SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB MOT. COMVALESCtMCt AND OnONK CAW warn nm teoiurT iis aw o~ cower DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS OFFER us MANY ADVANTAGES VARIETY FOODS DIST., Ci. Phone 33761 ..... ... 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 rJewisii fhridfiann PAGE ELEVEN Letters To The Editor preladiee November 8, 1948 To The Editor, The Jewish Floridian, Dear Sir: It is my earnest opinion that personal prejudice and behindthe-scene politics influence British Secretary Ernest Bevin against the State of Israel. The British and Chinese influence is primarily responsible for the adoption of the amended resolution that the State of Israel withdraw from her positions won in the recent offensive in the Palestine desert. The State of Israel should not withdraw a single inch! Had conditions been reversed, I ran visualize Bevin telling all the members of the United Nations Security Council, "let them stew in their own juice." One point is crystal clear and all fair minded people regardless TOS. L, PLUMMER Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade • Large stock of monuments on display for immediate delivery in all Jewish cemeteries. • Serving the leading Jewish families in this aiea since 1925. Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES OPEN SUNDAYS PHONE 4-3249 11 You may obtain your copy of SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by II. JACOB II. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAMI, FLA. Price S2.r,0 a For Better Service to the Public In Greater Miami... • Up-to-the-minute hi Us equloment, beautifully furnlihed and decorated throughout, our ROW MIAMI branch signalise* our policy of providing funeral oonr U o i of tho finest character. 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE IVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono: 5-3355 — 5-7777 EDWARD T. NEWMAN, Funoral Dlrecte* ABE EISENBERG, Troasuror IN NIW YOtKt Tth STREET AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE i :



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PAGE TWELVE -Jenlstncrkfof) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, m Goldstrom Night For Beach Lodge Sol S. Goldstrom of Miami Beach, will be honored next week by the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith for his 56 years of activity in B'nai B'rith. Mr. Goldstrom was a charter member of the Salt Lake City Lodge in 1892. He transferred to the Omaha, Nebraska, Lodge in 1895 where he participated in service work together with the late Henry Monsky. who became national president. Mr. Goldstrom is a LEGAL NOTICE Sol Goldstrom charter member of the Miami Beach Lodge which was organized three years ago. A special program in his honor has been planned for 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the Beach Y. Scheduled to speak are Milton A. Friedman, president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges: Isaac Levin, past president of District Grand Lodge No. 5; President Harry Zukernick and program chairman David R. Isen. A special award will be presented to Mr. Goldstrom. The affair, to which city officials and other dignitaries have been invited, will be open to the public. Refreshments will follow the ceremonies. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM> FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 1203*9. PAULINE MAE FIORDILISO. Plaintiff, vs. SALVATORE PAUL, FIORDILISO, Defendant. THE STATE OF FI/ORIDA: TO: SALVATORE PAUL FI OR DILI SO 179-11 150th Road Jamaica South, Long Island, New York You are hereby notified-and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the abovestyled cause on or before the 9 day of December. 194S; or a Decree ProConfesso will be entered against you. Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 9 day of November. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. JC8EPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 17";! congress Building Miami 32. Florida 11 12-19-26 12 3 NOTICE TO APPBAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tin: 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 120285. EVELYN M STUART. Plaintiff, vs. BRUNO WILLIAM STUART, Defendant. You, BRUNO WILLIAM STUART. 17.S.S Allagash A097. co Postmaster, New York, New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the Kth day of December, A.D. 1948, otherwise decree pro confeaso will be entered against you. Dated this 10th day of November, A.D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 11/12-19-26 12/3 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBUCATION iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUD CIAI CIRCUST IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY. FLgWDA.IN CHANCERY, No. •• %  fANET OBERLAND. Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE OBERLAND. Defendant. To: George Oberland. 1046 E 35th Street. Brooklyn, New York: You are hereby ordered to file > our appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by JANET OBERLAND. on or before ,„,. v day Of December. 1918 .otherwise the allegations of said bill will ba taken as confessed by you. DOVE AND ORI'ERED this 8 day 0( November, A.D. 1948 E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) p GomD Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 11 12-19-26 12 a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctlt ousname of i s.,.v Village Texaco at 201 K. n Avenue Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to register said name with the t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, ''''""'''' %  RALPH. ROBERT and NORMAN ROSEN. 11 5-12-19-26 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol Edison Auto Supply and Tire Co. at 5902 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EMMANUEL COTINO Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 11/12-18-26 12 3 Miss Potasnick To Lead New Zwitman Chapter Of BBYO Groups Miss Carol Potasnick has been elected president of the newlyorganized Colman Zwitman Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women, it is announced by Howard Liebman. B'nai B'rith Youth Activities director. The group draws its membership from the Normandy Isle area and is composed of young ladies between the age of 18 and 25. Elected to serve with Miss Potasnick are Shirley Neilinger, vice president: Harriet Feinberg, recording secretary; Louis Wein. corresponding secretary: Dolores Deringcr. treasurer; Lenore Goldberg, reporter. The Zwitman Chapter brings to a total of nine the number of B'nai B'rith women's units in this area. Girls wishing information regarding the group may call Miss Potasnick at 6-9391. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I. S lie Cream Company at 2117 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade •"ount v. Florida. LOUIS POWESKY SOPHIE POWESKY II 12-19-26 12 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DON'S SUNDRY & LUNCHEONETTE at 41 N. E. 14th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ABRAHAM GOTTLIEB LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicant 1204-05 Pacific Building Miami 32. Florida 10/15-22-29 11/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Raub's Hardware Service at 5131 S.W. Mh Street Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MANUEL F. RAUBFOC.EL MARTIN F. RAUHFOGEL MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 1023 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 11 5-12-19-26 12/3 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 17399. RE: ESTATE OP CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH. i %  11 ased •% NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator C.T.A. of the estate of CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH, deceased; and that on the IS day of December. 194S, 1 will apply to the Honorable W. F. HI,ANTON County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator C.T.A, of the Estate of CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH, de< ased. This 1st day of November. 194S. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, As Administrator C.T.A. NAT L. WILLIAMS Attorney for Administrator C.T.A. 11/3-12-19-26 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 1*0161^^ • EVA ZEGADI/O, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY JOHN ZEGADLO. Defendant. TO: HENRY JOHN ZEGADLO 33.1 East 10th Street New York. New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before Nov. 29th. 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 Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 28 day of October, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 10/29 11/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Marshall-Drake Upholsterers at 1635 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE KORNICK Sole Owner 10/29 11/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Saymeyer Company at 117" S. W. 23rd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MEYER I. BIX1CK Sole Owner 10/29 11/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of South Miami Clinic at No. 7 U. S. Highway, South Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with th< Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. Countv, Florida. DR. JAMES T. RO.S'S, JR. Sole owner 10/29 11/5-12-19-26 Hapoel Mizrachi Group Has Membership Dance Hapoel Hamizrachi, the religious labor Zionist Youth group, will hold a membership drive dance on November 27 at the home of Miss Ruthie Saal, 1500 S.W. 12th Ave. All interested young people of high school and college age are invited to attend. There will be no admission charge. Refreshments will be served. Dance music will be furnished by Walt Lebowitz and his Moonlight Serenaders. The group meets every Sunday at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. Alternate meetings are devoted to Hebrew and Zionist educational programs. The Bible and Hebrew text books are utilized to develop the group's knowledge of the Hebrew language and the Jewish religion. On Sunday the young people will assist the SOS campaign in Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "We-Launder-Rlte" at :<73 8.W. 1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends to regIster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. G. B. SCHOI.TENS Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 1053 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Fla. 11 5-12-19-26 12 3 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FTiORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 120299. BEN LEE ALLEN. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH HOLMES ALLEN, Defendant. To; RUTH HOLMES ALLEN Residence unknown YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to I file your appearance to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against j you by BEN LEE ALLEN, on or before the 6th day of December. 194. I itherwise the allegations of said Bill j will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 4th day of November. A.D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. .Circuit Court Peal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS M9 Olympia Bldg. Miami. Fla. 11/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in busness under the fictitious name of Per] Bros, at 130 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florid*. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit ourt of Dade Countv, Florida A. S*. PERL ,,-,,„ „ MIC AEL PERL 11 '-12-19-26 12/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till". ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FIi name of I OPJ LAR HOMES at 54.'. West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to Florida. CU rt of Dadc Count >ALEX H. RICHARD .-no SHEINER ""-AFROCK Attorney for Applicants l??i" 0 5 r aclfip Building Miami. Florida. 11/5-12-19-28 12/3 NOTICE TO APPFID 'VI^Sffif^TCOURT^OF THE 119 268 CHANCERY. No I 'RALPH W. GOODE Address Unknown on or before the 30th dav o \ 1£££ %  oers' ^ikWCSffiw 5 ssrt r£/- of Dade and State of PIL, !" 1, Cou nty da^of d 0c, obe r l a 794S Fl0rlda th n3i B ; '-EATHERMAN fClrouIt Co C ;£ k S e 0 aV he Clrcult c !" MARX M. FABER*' M C FE1GE Attorney for Plaintiff Congress Building Miami. FloridaI'J/29 11/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FliORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 120,016-D. ADA FARRELL, a widow. Plaintiff, vs. COAST I'll., INC.. a Florida corporation, et al., Defendants. To: HELENA ROSEN ISA I'M, and If married her unknown spouse; residence unknown; WILLIAM A. RAWSON. and if married. his unknown spouse. residence unknown; If living, and if dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against either or any of said defendants, who are not known to be dead or alive: and all other persons or parties otherwise having or claiming any right, title, claim or interest in and to the following described property, situate, lying and being in Dade C<*mtv, Florida, to-wit: Ix.t Four (4) in Rlock One (1) of WOODSIDE PARK, a Subdivision Of Dade County, Florida, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book .I, at pane 2s of the Public Records of Dade Countv, Florida. You are hereby notified that a suit to QUiet title to the above described property has been filed against you In the above eatitled cause and you are hereby required to file a written appearance to the bill of complaint filed In said cause with the Clerk of the above styled Court on or before the :10th day of November, A.D. 1948, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 27 dav of October, 194K. E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. „ „., Deputy Clerk. MARX M. FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida 10/29 11/3-12-19 LEGA L NOTICE IN !" t?nfcl !" !" ^ ELEVENTH JUPIcfu £** OF FLORIDA. IN W'l.Wm n'' IT COUNTY. ,N &&&#$* ant. •*>., Defend. TO: DORIS JOAN MACY c/ n Women's Christian Assocu,J 0 1 High Street. Orn v". tl011 1 the Kthlay *No^ C bV%ff %l wise Decree Pro Confesso ^unentered against vou w| •* ];i Da,ed this 18th day of October, E. B. LEATHEP.MAV (Circuit Court Sea?, f Clrcu Court. By M. C. PEIOE SAMUEL J. RAXD AttnEHS Cler ><617 Seybold Building Alt0In J' Miami. Florida 10/22-29 11/5-12 NoT.cu'BR ? MN v ER "*"I MiTIi h is hereby given th.i have filed my final report anfl „..'., S'tr-rx 1 '^ ;v^K apply to the Honorable W. £ L* n ton. County Judge of Dmi. '*"• Florida, for approVal of ^f d fSSS"* port and for final discharge MM mlnlstrator d.b.n. of the •„ a ,/ d ; "Ml vm&srV -ASMAN, SIllv^I Sggff RUDY TRAUTMAN. Plaintiff v. fc75 VV. IKOth St. New York City, N Y You are hereby required to file „„ •'IM'-arance In the above action for divorce on or before the 17th l"vof November, 1948, otherwise, a rw !" Pro Confesso will be entered against 9 Dated this ISth day of October, E B. LEATHERMAN, ,„. .. „' 'erk or the Circuit Court • Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, HAROLD SHAPIRO 1 """ V CWt Solicitor for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/22-39 11/0-12 iv J?, RDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F ?3 ,'. ,AI,R COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERr, No. I800U, KATE STEWART DONATI, Plaintiff, ys. LESTER VICTOR DONATI. Dffendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: LESTER VICTOR I'i'NATI, \ldiess Unknown You arc hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above "Vied cause on or before the 22nd dav of November, 1948; otherwise the allegations of mid Bill of Complaint w-lll be taken as confessed aglnrt you. Let this Order l>e published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a new?paper published In Dade Countv, Florida. DATED this 20 dav of October, E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1708 Congress Bids., Miami. Florida l" -'-' 29 11/6-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice is hereby given t hat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VANDERBILT MEN'S SHOP al 2""J Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County, Florida JOSEPH GLAUBER Sole Owner 10 22-29 11 '5-12 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 120Q9R. LUCY LEFKOW1TZ, Plaintiff, vs. LOUIS LEFKOWITZ, also known as LOUIS' LEFCOURT. Defendant. To: Iuis Lefkowltz, also known as Louis Lefcourt, Address Unknown: You arc hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the hill of complaint for divorcefiled against vou by LUCY LEFKfAVfTZ, on or before the 26 day of November. 194S. otherwise the allegations of said hill will be taken as confessed against vou. DONE AND ORDERED this 25 day of October, 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (< inuit Court Seal) By R H. RICE, JR.. I OEOROE J. TALIANOFF PUty ^^ So'., iior for Plaintiff 1" 19 11/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is hereby given that the uniei signed desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MY SISTER AND I at 2655 Coral Way, Miami, Florida, Intends to register the %  -iM lame \ylth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .,.,.,. IDA JUFFE, Owner SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney '.IT Seybold Building Miami. Florida 10/29 11/5-12-19-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engace in business under the fictitious name of O, I. Joe Armv Navy Surplus at 14J0 N. W. 62nd Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOE ZALIS 10/15-22-29 11/.-.-12 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol THb 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'**" FOR MADE COUNTV. FL< >RIDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 1M1M. BMANUEL J. TUISIS, I'laintiff. '••• %  MIRIAM EDITH TUBIS, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MIRIAM EDITH TUBIS 697 South 17th Street Newark, New Jersey Jor „H You are hereby notified and orders to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you m l "' abovt-stjled cause on or before u" 28 day of November. 1941; or a JA cree Pro Confesso will be enterea against you. .oig DATED this 28 day of October. !>• E. B. LEATHtRMAX Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) _, ^.^ Deputy ClerkJOSEPH MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1708 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 10/29 11/5-11-19



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FRI DAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan Head List Of Patrons For Miami Y Thanksgiving Eve Dance At a special meeting of the social committee of the Miami Y, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan were unanimously chosen to head the list of patrons and patronesses of the Thanksgiving Eve dance to be held at the Miami Y, Wednesday evening, November 24, at 8:30 o'clock. The other patrons and patronesses, the members of the board of directors, include: Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, Miss Jean Guberman, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bermann, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sher, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Fred K. Shochet, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grossberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. Braverman, Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Coulton, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Coulton, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cutler, Mrs. Nina Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dwoskin, Gene Ehrlich, Mr. and Mrs. Max Faber, Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grossberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kratish, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Morris L. Popover, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sachs, Theodore J. +Jew 1st fkrldlnn PAGE THIRTEEN Sam, Seitlin Social Chairman Sakowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher, Miss Shirley Seitlin, George Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. John Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Yaphe, Mr. and Mrs. George Rachlin, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Oren, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Sobel. Sam Seitlin, chairman of the committee, has stated that many surprises are being planned for that occasion and urges everyone to make reservations for tables immediately by calling the Y. Committtee Announces Advance Sales Good For Community Concert Series \A u a A*. • Associated Photographers k-. %  the Coral Gables Chapter and the Sholem Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, join with jTS"f !" groups in sponsoring the 3rd annual Hallowe'en party for patients at the Pralt Veterans' nospuai. been serving home-made cookies at the "B'nai B'rith Cake-walk" are: (L. to R.) Mrs. Bernard Abramson. Coral Gables Chapter; Mrs. Tena Kati, Sholem; Mrs. Bernard Stone, Coral Gables: Mrs. wave Silverman. Sholem; and Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, Coral Gables. The two women's groups support year round service projects for the veterans at this hospital. Not shown is Mrs. Lenore Curtice, bnolem Women Hospital Service representative. Mrs. Louis Sigal, publicity chairman for the Community Concert Series to be presented under the auspices of the Beach Y, announce that advance sales of tickets testifies to the growing taste of Miamians for the finer type of entertainment. The committee, headed by Leo Huberman, doubled their efforts this year to bring to Miami leading artists. Beginning on Wednesday, December 8, and continuing through Tuesday, April 5, the concerts this year will feature Dougherty and Ruzicka, duo pianists, Dec. 8; Jean Caadesus, pianist, Jan. 10; Mischa Elman, violinist, Feb. 7; Andres Segovia, guitarist, March 2; and Rose Bampton, soprano, April 5. A small number of subscription tickets are still obtainable by calling the Y or Mrs. Leo Huberman at 6-6811. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Is Chairman Local Chapter Of United World Federalists, Inc. Beth El PTA Will Hear Cannes A short business meeting wil precede the program given by the Beth El PTA on Thursday at 8 o'clock at the Beth El building. A vote on the new constitution will be held. Oscar Rappaport is chairman of the committee. Guest speaker will be Abraham P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. He has chosen as his topic "Bring the Jewish School Into the Home." A film "Birthday of a Prophesy," will follow his talk. Refreshments will be served. Chairman for the evening is Mrs. Stahl; program chairman, Mrs. Ernest Chernoff. Mrs. Milton Sachs, organization president, urges all parents to attend. be made at the organization's new Center. At the home of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan a branch chapter of the United World Federalists, Inc. was recently organized. The purposes of the organization are "to bring about a world community favorable to peace; to work to create a world federal government with authority to enact, interpret and enforce world law adequate to maintain peace." Temporary officers who were elected include Jacob H. Kaplan, chairman; Judge Galan, vice chairman; Arthur H. Courshon, secretary; and Judge Harold B. Spaet, treasurer. Joining the new chapter, which has received its charter, were Morris Kwint, Dr. Robert Litowitz, Judge Daniel P. Galen, Harry Adams, Jr. Joseph P. Pomerance, Dr. J. H. Klock, in addition to the officers named above. The following transferred to the chapter from other branches: Richard Zion, Davis Jane Weizman, Mrs. Louise Osius, Miss Bertha Foster, Miss Maxine Bublitz, Mrs. Elizabeth Antonovia and Mrs. Warren C. Freman. The list of charter members will be held open until the next meeting, date to be announced. Interested persons will be invited to attend. The international organization has been endorsed by Albert E. Einstein, W. T. Holliday, Standard Oil Company president, Carl Van Doren, historian, and includes many prominent Floridians on the state advisory board. CHICKEN "A LA K l N G Truly a reoal dish! Delicious, Kosher Ideal for tempting year 'round menus. HOROWITZ • MARGARETEN CHICKEN "A LA KING" like HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN FRICASSEE and other chicken products, makes quick, tasty meals Dislributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 6-3938 Israel To Benefit From Masada Dance Arnold Berman, publicity chairman of Masada, announces that Mel Murray and Canay and his Latin American rythm will furnish the entertainment for Saturday night's dance to be given by the organization at the Ritz Plaza at 8:30. Admission will be 98c with proceeds donated to the State of Israel: Resident Gil Rappaport is chairman of the affair. Mr. Berman also announces a meeting on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the Youth Center, 14th and Euclid. An SOS speaker will be featured. Members are asked to bring cans of food to aid in the current drive. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S NEW LOCATION 24 S. W. 20th AVE. PHONE 82-3404 Visit Brokerage Office Students of the Lear school economics class received a lesson in the intricacies of stock market functioning and organization when they visited the offices of Bache and Company, brokers, on Miami Beach. ,-—IMMEDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINt OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR 1UKE-UP LUBRICATION ER0NT-END ALIGNMENl PAINTING SEAT COVER* NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS rLOIUA'S MCSI MODtt. rACIllliC' NEW rCilWAR IfWfrtlW and "KNOW.HOW MECHAWXAl ST. If %  • BUDGET HAN IF DESIRiO SAM MURRAY INC r v..wm r...J 1417 ilSCATNt BOULEVARD PHONE 9 4761 TRUCK DIVISION *! %  N. E 27TH STREET PHONE 9 %  >; PII-M OUIVI %  • %  %  .d CA'Ilri.nv Workmen's Circle Completes New Structure Celebrating the completion of t building and arrangements may its new Cultural Center at 25 Washington Ave., the Workmen's Circle, Branch 692, will hold a banquet on Sunday, November 21, at 6:30. According to Leon Elkin, secretary, the new building can accommodate 600 persons and will be utilized as a meeting place for lectures, concerts and banquets. The general public will be permitted to rent space in the Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9-8727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERO. Owner Let us do your CATERING HOTEL DINING ROOM STRICTLY KOSHER 746 Washington Avenue Ph. 58-5343 Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 Community Concert Series Auspices YM & WHA of Miami Beach Dougherty Ruzicka Duo Pianists Wed., Dec. 8 Jean Casadesus Pianist Mon., Jan. 10 Mischa Elman Violinist Mon., Feb. 7 Andres Segovia Guitarist Wed., March 2 Rose Bampton Soprano Tues.. April 5 Miami Beach High School Auditorium Series of Subscriptions $7.50 Federal Tax 1.50 Total S9.00 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT YM & WHA of Miami Beach 1536 Bay Road Miami Beach Radio, 19 Lincoln Road Morris Bros., 1251 Washington Ave. Amidon's. 250 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables Ardmore Studio 738 W. 41st St., Miami Beaeh FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 8-631* I BSSSSll I ^.-SSJZssSl^w



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*lslincri(fiari FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948 ELIEZERJCAPLAN PRODUCED By NORMAN S SOL MODEL re.x.T 6 V M A ft C Ru T N t n. BORN IN RUSSIA IN IS9I,AND AN ACTIVE ZIONIST SINCE YOUTH, HE WAS DESTINED TO BECOME ISRAEL'S FIRST MINISTER OF FINANCE AGRAOOATE OF THE TRADITIONAL"MED;KAPLAN ALSO EARNED AN ENGINEERING DEGREE AT THE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE IN MO5C0W IN 1917. MN DURING HIS STUDENT DAYS HE lAYtO A LEADING ROLE IN THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT IN RUSSIA AND WAS ONE OF THE ORGANIZERSOF •ZEIRE ZIONrZIONIST YOUTH GROUP. AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR.HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE JEWISH DELEGATION TO THE PEACE CONFERENCE IN PARIS. IN 1923 HE TOOK UP A PERMANENT RESIDENCE IN PALESTINE.IN 1933 HE WAS ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE WORLD ZIONIST EXECUTIVE AND ASSUMED LEADERSHIP OF ITS FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT.IN 1942 HEBECAME TREASURER OF THE JEWISH AGENCr. KAPLAN HAS ALSO SERVED FOR MORE THAN A SCOPE OF TEARS ON THE TEL AVIV MUNICIPALITY.THE EXECUTIVE Of THE HI5TADRUTH(PALESTINE FEDERATION CF LABOR) AND IN THE JEWISH NATIONAL COUNCIL. HE HAS VISITED THE U.S. SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE PAST DECADE IN THE INTERESTS OF VARIOUS ZIONIST DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES. i {Iff V^\ FOLLOWING THE PROCLAMATION Of ISRAEL ON MAY 14,1)46.HE WAS NAMED MINISTER OF FINANCE. HE HAS WON THE ESTEEM OF ALL JEWS FOR HIS FINANCIAL ACUMEN S INTE&Rin. OLAN ( 0 p > • • Rabbi Prero Named Director Of Zionist Youth Commission Rabbi Amram Prero was designated national director of the American Zionist Youth Commission, the co-ordinating agency for general Zioni.-t youth activities. it was announced here by Herman L. Weisman, chairman, and Dr. Miriam Freund. co-chairman of the commission. Rabbi Prero enter* d upon his new duties as of Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota, and later occupied the pulpit in Lexington, Kentucky. For some five years, Rabbi Prero was connected with the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, first as director at the University of Florida. Our Film Folk November 1. He succeeds Dr. Shlomo Bardin, who has assumed the national directorship of the Brandeis Youth Foundation. As director of the American Zionist Youth Commission, which is a joint effort of the Zionist Organization of America and Hadassah, Rabbi Prero will be responsible for over-all planning, guidance and coordination of thej following four National youth organizations: Young Judaea, Inter-! collegiate Zionist Federation of j America (IZFA). Masada and Jr. i Hadassah, as well as stimulating Zionist understanding among unaffiliated youth. Rabbi Prero served until recently as national director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations. He is a native of Palestine, and came to the United States at an early age. He was educated at the University of Chicago and ordained by the Hebrew Theological College. For a time, he served as Jewish liaison at the Mayo' Chaplain Rosen Killed In Crash Chaplain (1st Lt.) Solomon Rosen, 24, of Brooklyn, the newest Jewish chaplain to enter the armed services of the United States, was one of eleven Air Force officers killed in the disintegration of a transport plane Monday in eastern Oklahoma, identification of the Brooklyn Air Force chaplain was made to the Division of Religious Activities. National Jewish Welfare Board fJWB\ which had given Rosen ecclesiastical endorsement. Chaplain Rosen, who was enroute to his home, 3100 Brighton Third St, on leave, had survived a previous air disaster, in 1945 when a B-29 he was in exploded In flight over Tevas, also killing eleven men. He managed, then, to parachute to safety, with several others. The son of the late Army Chap! lain Herman L. Rosen, also of Brooklyn, who lost his life in a Irowning accident off Brighton in 1943. Solomon had put aside his rabbinical studies during the war to serve with the Army as a paratrooper, making twelve noncombat jumps. Following his Army discharge, Rosen resumed his studies and was ordained by the Mesifta Rabbinical Seminary. Brooklyn, in 1946. A graduate. with the highest honors, of the Chaplains School at Carlisle Barracks. Pennsylvania, he had completed his first chaplaincy assignment at Scott Field, 111., and was engaged in his second, at Sheppard Field, Texas. He had just completed heavy duties, arranging and conducting Jewish High Holy Day. Atonement, and Sukkoth services for the Jewish men in his area and was on his way home for a rest. Chaplain Rosen leaves his wife. Violet, who had served with the War Records Bureau of JWB, his mother, Eva. and a brother. EpThe 1948-49 legitimate season j on Broaway will be notable for the number of Jewish name dramatists represented. For the first time in many years, virtually all the established authors will be active. That includes both the dramatic and musical fields. Top playwrights and composers who will have shows presented this coming season include George Kaufman and Edna Ferber (•Bravo"), Arthur Miller ("Plenty Good Times"), S. N. Behrman ("Jane" and "Speak To Me of Love"). Edward Chodorov ("Signer Chicago"). Clifford Odets ("Winter's Journey"), Ruth Gordon ("Leading Lady"), Bella and Sam Spewack ("Perfect Pitch"). Elmer Rice ("Not For Children"). Moss Hart ("Light Up the Sky"). Lillian Hellman ("Naked and the Dead"). Gerson Kanin ("Smile At the World"), Sigmund Romberg ("My Romance"), Kurt Weill and Alan Jay Lerner ("Love Life"), Allen Borets ("45 Minutes from Broadway"). Harold Rome, with Philip and Julius Epstein ("Alfred the Average"). Rodgers and Hammerstein ("Tales of the South Pacific"), Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx ("April Fool"), Marc Blitzstein (musical of the "Little Foxes"), Benny Levy ("Clutterbuck. ") Ethel Merman has signed to star in her own television series, to be produced by Martin Gosch. The show will be submitted to agencies and sponsors in about a week, in presentation form. It will have a revue format, stressing legitimate thcatere material and values, and will be offered in both 60-minute and half-hour length. Actress-singer, currently starring in "Annie Get Your Gun" won't go on the road with the musical so she'll be available for the series. Jack Benny tells us that he and his troupe traveled over 10,000 miles during the past summer entertaining in the United States, England and Germany. Mary appeared on the stage with her husband Jack for the first time in eleven years when the comedian played the Palladium in London 1 and toured in Germany for the army. Jack says he didn't miss his golf either when he appeared in Eng land this summer. He played every day on all the courses around London. Incidentally, although many of the radio programs are changing their cast and format, Jack's show returned to the air on NBC with the sarm gang, portraying the character: that have endeared them to millions of listeners. Jack is the all time champion in audience measurement standings for the past 16 years. He started his 17th consecutive year on NBC several weeks ago, a record no one has yet equalled! hraim. Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR, CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1948 I"'" 1 1111 """"" 1 """ "'" mm "'"'"""• %  "•"" %  WMi'""l'iilimi*mi 1 .i !" llll m l mmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm „,,,, ,. ;i| h| iiuuiuMMUMkmuiiniiMiiainimnniiiHi('iiJuiiLuiiuiiiiiiiiiMNtMHMiaiMiunitti>:i,iiii.:i J JUHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiniiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiuiiouiiirj Suppli verseas burvivors For the first time since the end of the war, there is a realistic program underway promising to liquidate the DP camps. The Joint Distribution Committee, which has already helped thousands of Jews to rebuild their lives in Europe, has launched a large emigration program to transport to Israel every Jewish DP seeking to build a new home in the new State. But, while they wait their turn to leave the misery of the DP camps, Europe's Jews still face hunger, cold and disease. They need our help to see them through the last bitter months. They need nutritious canned foods to supplement the substandard monotonous starchy diet granted by the IRO. Thousands of new born infants at the DP camps urgently need layettes to protect their health. Here is an opportunity for everyone, young and old, rich and poor to extend a helping hand to those who have suffered more than any other people in history. Be Generous when the SOS calls at your home on "C" DAY SUNDAY NOV. 14th %  (i Fill up that SOS food sack with good, nourishing canned foods; milk, meats, fish, juices, fruits, cocoa, fats and oils—foods rich in proteins and vitamins. We hope that every mother will collect her baby's outgrown layette articles, especially diapers, and will give them to the SOS Collection. This display message to call special attention to the SOS Drive made PENINSULAR INSTITUTE 223 E. Flagler Street Miami Beach Wholesale Grocery 834 1st Street, Miami Beach Florida Wholesale Grocery 50 N. W. 14th Street MANNINGS RESTAURANT 829 Biscayne Boulevard UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO. 122 N. E. 6th Street S. E. SWARTZ Chamber ol Commerce Bldg. HOTEL PIERCE 169 N. E. 6th Street ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO. 47 N. E. 25th Street ERNEST A. FOWLER & CO. possible through the cooperation of DAVID COLLINS HARRY MARKOWITZ Plumbing Supplies 1220 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Wright Hotel Equipment Co. 132 N. E. 11th Street THREE SISTERS Women Apparel 118 E. Flagler JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER Isn't it great to be in Miami! %  I Hi 4 %  k i it *"lllllilii:i ... jiiiiiiiiuiiinii mm MMMMUW iimtilllMBW" :itiii*nnii:iiuuiiinm:'utuin tintiniiiiiuimniHMiBMMii**Mi • •^^-ft ::'"**•** ,0


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PAGE SIXTEEN +JeMi Hcrldian FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, Conference On Israel To Hear Full Discussion Of Problems Of New State At Series Of Meetings Starting Nov. 21st Twenty-eight meetings on the Palestine issue have been scheduled to take place in the Greater Miami area on Nov. 21, 22 and 23, according to an announcement made by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, chairman of the Southeastern Conference on Israel, which is sponsoring the Conference in association with the Greater Miami Committee for the Study of Israel, the American Christian Palestine Committee and the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council. The series of meetings, which will begin with an All-Faiths* Ilabbi Lehriiian F lies to Detroit to Install Brother Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will leave tomorrow night for Detroit where he will install his brother. Rabbi Moses Lehrman at B'nai Moshe Congregation. He previously filled the pulpit at Beth David in Buffalo. N. Y. Assisting in the ceremonies will be Rabbi David Aaronson president of the Rabbinical Association of America. Rabbi Lehrman is following a precedent set by his father of installing in the pulpit members of his family. Dr. Clark Eichelberger, executive director of the American Association for United Nations will be one of the speakers at the Southeastern Conference for Israel. Worship and Forum at Bayfront Park on Sunday evening, Nov. 21, will include luncheon, tea, dinner and college meetings before Dade County Bar Association, Kiwanis, Lions, Exchange, Civitan and Federated Women's Clubs; the University of Miami; Dade County Teachers Association; Ministerial Alliance; Miami Chamber of Commerce; Junior Chamber of Commerce; and the United Nations Cooperative Council. In addition, a number of broadcasts will be held over local Miami stations. In announcing the series of meetings Dr. Williams said, "This is perhaps one of the most far reaching efforts made in any section in the United States to bring to the citizens of a community a clearer understanding of the problems which today beset the newly formed State of Israel, and its relations to the world of nations. The speakers who are coming here have been chosen with an eye to their expertness and knowledge of the subject. I am sure that these activities will render a greater service to all men and women who seek light on this issue which is now one of the important items on the agenda of the United Nations." WILL SHARE APARTMENT Lady wants to Share Nice 4 Room Apt. with another Jewish lady. Resident or tourist 1129 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 82-4968 Poale Zion Elects Officers For New Year The A. D. Gordon Branch of Poale Zion. Labor Zionist Organization of America, held elections at their meeting Tuesday night at which the following officers were elected: chairman, Rubin Smulin; vice chairman. Regina Moss; corresponding secretary, Leo Goldman; recording secretary, Rochelle Ross; treasurer, Dr. Emanuel Pushkin. Committee heads appointed include: political actions, Morton Rosenbaum; educational, Regina Moss; funds raising, Dr. Emanuel Pushkin. The A. D. Gordon Branch will hold an Oneg Shabat this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Breen. Free Sons Of Israel Sponsor Games Party The Strath-Haven Hotel, on the Ocean at 4th St., will be the scene of a games party on Thursday night at eight o'clock given by the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199 of the Free Sons of Israel. Refreshments will be served and the affair is open to both men and women. Admission will be $1.00 with proceeds devoted to various charities. Tickets may be obtained at the door or by contacting Miss Edna Finberg at 5-3809. Young Judeans Organize New Hatikvah Club The newly organized "Hatikvah" Club of Young Judeans will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. at Cong. Beth El. The constitution will be voted upon, chairmen will be appointed, and plans for installation of officers discussed. Girls between the ages of 10 and 13 are invited to attend, according to chairmen Jeannete Ochs and Jean Nevel. Office Phone 58-4468 N. Maksym, Owner GENERAL WINDOW CLEANING COMPANY STORES, HOTELS, RESIDENCES AND APARTMENTS 1784 West Avenue Miami Beach, Florida Beach Y Drive Secures New Members The membership campaign of the YM & WHA of Miami Beach is now in full swing with the organization seeking to enroll one thousand new members. Among the many activities which the Y Workmen's Circle Has Fourth Annual Banquet The fourth annual banquet of the Workmen's Circle school will be held Sunday at the Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Members and friends are invited to attend. Tickets for the dinner and the program which will follow are $2.00. The affair will begin promptly at 6:30. Strictly Kosher Catering For AJ1 Occasions By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hotel or Your Home GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 Ardmore Studio offers to Greater Miamians are the Community Concert Series, the Little Theatre Group, the nursery school and day camp. Carl Weinkle, president, announces that at the outset of the drive several hundred new members have already been added to the roster. The campaign is under the direction of Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Paul Weitzman, co-chairmen. Palmer Reelected As Beth El Head Re-elected unanimously S.i week was Sidney H. Palmer pZ* ident of Congregation Beth £]" O^er officers elected i nc l ude A. M. Bear, U ^President; D ; Sln -ger, 2nd V1 <* president; Joe Zalis, recording secretary; ^j Zisman, financial secretary, and Moms Pepp er treasurer. Elect' Sidney Palmer ed to the board of directors were: Abraham Pen per, Phillip Berkowitz, Dan Weiner, Alfred Perl, Harrv Goldberg Harry Steinberg, Gerald Pert Wallace Maer and Max Mintzer Sidney H. Palmer, Abraham Pepper and A. M. Bear were ap. pointed to represent the congregation on the Greater Miami Cemetery Association. &2*. MAKE REASONABLE OFFER 5 Bedroom furnished home Alton Road Also homes $19,000 to $32,000 Call Bob Russell RUSSELL REALTY Room 407, Congress Bldg. Tel. 82-7638 L EO EISENSTEIN • JWfct Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Years of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach ARE YOU LONELY? JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. WRITE P. O. 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5lUME~2I NUMBER 45
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
PRICE TEN CENTS
Volunteers To Man Trucks
Sunday To Cover Miami
For SOS Bag Collection
IN. Mediator Says
sports On Meeting
re "Misleading"
'ARIS, (JTA)U.N. Acting
Jiator Ralph Bunche this week
led a statement asserting that
>nt press statements concern-
a meeting between Brig. Gen.
liam Riley and himself in
ich Riley reportedly said the
ibs had lost the war were "in-
irate and misleading" in some
ortant respects. Dr. Buche in-
ed that no 'official" statement
the meeting in his office was
horized and the conclusions
:hed were not those presented
he press.
te acting mediator said neither
nor Gen. Riley made any
:ement concerning the imple-
itation of the Security Coun-
resolution on the Negev.
Ither suggested direct negotia-
s between the Jews and Arabs,
added, although both Gen
j and himself, like Berna-
!e, welcome such a procedure.
declared that such reports do
t assist" the serious, intensive
irts under way to bring an
peace 1o Palestine,
inche proposed tentatively
Inesday that the United Na-
take steps to demilitarize a
[e part of the Negev, the desert
of South Palestine now held
iraeli troops,
(unche's proposal was sub-
led to a seven-man committee
up by the security council to
:ider ways of enforcing a
cil order that the Jews with-
' from newly won Negev
tory.
SZ ?/' November 14' has been set aside as "C Day" by
the SOS Miami campaign committee. An all-out effort will be
made at that time to reap the benefit of the weeks of prepara-
tions by collecting throughout the Greater Miami area the bags
which were sent to all Jewish homes with instructions as to the
items desired. A minimum of two carloads of food and layette
items is the quota allotted this district. Supplies for overseas
survivors is a supplementary program to aid the JDC financial
program.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, chairman of the Greater Miami SOS
Collection, has issued the following statement:
"Three hundred pieces of rolling stock will be moving
throughout Dade County on Sunday and all families that
have received bags will be visited by volunteers so that
every ounce of food and baby layette items collected can be
picked up and carried to the railroad freight cars in order
that they can be on their way to the New York warehouse
from which they will be shipped to Europe and on the backs
or in the mouths of our Jewish DPs within thirty days after
receipt. I am confident that we will achieve our goal of two
carloads of much needed supplies of food and clothing for
up
est Drive
ports 34 Pet.
employer and the em-
nave a joint social re-
i'b'lity," stated Capt. Eddie
:enbacker in speaking before
second report luncheon of the
imunity Chest Wednesday at
IJ'ngs Restaurant. "We are
We of taking care of the rest
!e world> supplying them with
'ns of dollars and supplies-
line that we can do it but
home". forget'charity begins
fore than 200 workers attended
luncheon where they heard
L^prt of the total collection
Pate. The sum of $355,279 has
f Ja'fd toward the desired
!f $1,013,173. The drive will
Rue until November 23, with
|"ext report luncheon sched-
take place at the Steak
Inclusion Of Community Representatives
In U.P.A. ApproVed At Chicago Parley
CHICAGO, (JTA)The more
than two thousand delegates to
the annual conference of the
United Palestine Appeal returned
to their communities throughout
the nation "strengthened for the
great responsibilities before us,"
in the words of their retiring na-
tional chairman, Dr. Israel Gold-
stein.
A unanimous resolution to in-
clude wiihin the governing bodies
of the U.P.A. a one-third repre-
sentation from the Jewish corn-
Munich, Germany:Children at the Neu Freiman Camp suffer
from a monotonous, starchy diet low in proteins, need foods rich in
proteins and vitamins. The SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors)
Collection of the Joint Distribution Committee, has made a special
appeal for 3,000,000 cans of milk, fish, meats, fats, oils, juices, milk,
fruit and cocoa to supplement the purchases of the JDC for its
overseas relief and rehabilitation programs.
today.
the DPs soon to be en route to the new State of Israel."
A transportation and packing committee headed by Sher-
man Tobin includes the following men: Jules Channing, Michael
Goodman, Stewart Gordon, Eli Kammer, Albert Katz, Saul
Rovin, Leonard Tobin, Sid Alderman and Bob Sommerstein.
They will be in charge of the six depots set up in Miami and
Miami Beach.
Volunteers are asked to report to any of the following
stations: Miami Millwork and Lumber Company. 535 N.W. 11th
St.; the Miami Y. 450 S.W. 16th Ave.; Sam's Taxi and Baggage
Company, 200 Coral Way; Beach Y, 1536 Bay Road; Temple
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., and 900 Everglades Concourse
Storeon Normandy Isle.
Arrangements have been made to provide food and bever-
ages for all volunteer workers on Sunday. A canteen committee,
headed by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alper, will use the auditorium m
the old Miami Beach Jewish Center Building to make sand-
wiches. The Kosher Butchers Guild has contributed more than
150 pounds of kosher roast beef and many other merchants
have been generous in their donations for this purpose.
Closes Offices
BUCHAREST, (JTA)The of-
fices of the Jewish National Fund
and the Keren Hayesod of Ru-
mania were closed down last week
on charges of participating in
large-scale black market opera-
tions, it was revealed here. The
action took place after a raid by
officials of the Ministry of Fi-
nance and National Economy who
afterwards held four managers of
the offices incommunicado.
Arab Country
Approaches Israel
With Peace Propsal
CHICAGO, (JTA)The Special
Representative of the Israeli gov-
ernment in the United States,
Eliahu Epstein, disclosed here
this week at a press conference
that "one of the most important
Arab states has approached my
government with peace pro-
posals."
In revealing this new develop-
ment in the Palestine struggle.
Mr. Epstein also flatly declare^'
that Israel would not recogr^e
the British-Chinese resolution
passed Thursday by the U.N. Se-
curity Council which calls for a
falling back to previously held
military positions in the Negev
"There is not the slightest
chance that Israel will give "uo
the Negev," Epstein stated, "ana-
there is no way back now,to the
military situation of October 14."
Mr Epstein said his government
had not yet taken an official stand
on the question but that on the
basis of his knowledge of his gov-
ernment and his people such a
statement could be made.
Disclosing that the new Arab
peace overtures were on a more of the group were meeting "with
otnTf **?** kVel tlWn an* Dr- Neumann in an effort to seek
22*? ^?. K Mr Epstein J a compromise wording of his
voiced the belief that there would resolution.
be peace in Palestine by the end The conference adopted a reso-
of the year if action on the Se- '
curity Council resolution is sus-
pended." He said the resolution
"seriously jeopardizes this peace
prospect."
The U.N. Security Council thisfltion and their superb efforts in
week adopted a British-Chinese
resolution with an American
amendment ordering Israel and
Egypt to return to the positions
they held in the Negev prior to
the recent fighting there or Jace
Council action, including the pos-
sibility of sanctions.
munities and welfare funds was
hailed by Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, at the conclusion
of the two-day conference as an
historic departure that will serve
to consolidate the support of
American Jewry for Israel."
"Since the Jewish State has
now become an established fact,"
Dr. Neumann, told the delegates,
"the barriers which have long
existed between Zionists and non-
Zionists are rapidly melting away.
The Jewish communities through-
out the country are not only cW-
liriously happy over this con-
summation but are eager as \teverr-
before to join hands with us i
the job which still remains, to f -
done. je
"This action," Dr.. N.^imann
added, "will also tend; t discour
age and, I hope, elimiaat th
r?T g r ">W CQm^ *** fund-
raising activities, behalf of Is-
rael. Later Dr. Neumann re.
Z S W of a messa8e ^
confe^ VCir' sent t0 two of the
Lock "nCe deleSates by Berl
*er, chairman of the Jewish
rt .sency executive in Jerusalem.
The cable and Dr. Neumann's
statement were in recognition of
a controversy over the organiza-
tional structure of the United Pal-
estine Appeal which first became
public with, the resignation re-
cently of Henry Montor from his
position of executive director of
the organization. The controversy
popped out again at the conclu-
sion of the conference here when
Harold J. Golden berg of Minnea-
polis, a spokesman of the newly-
formed Committee of Contribu-
tors and Workers for the United
Jewish Appeal, called a press con-
ference at which he accused the
U.P.A. leadership of "bad faith."
He said the resolution concerning
U.P.A. organization had been pre-
sented at a time when members
lution expressing "profound ap-
preciation" to the organized Jew-
ish communities and welfare
funds throughout the country
"for their wholehearted coopera-
the 1948 campaigns under the
auspices of the United Jewish Ap-
peal" The resolution approved the
decision of the executive favor-
ing the inclusion on the govern-
ing bodies of the U.P.A. of repre-
sentatives of Jewish communities,
(Continued on Page 4)
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Pan. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by
nesday at 10:30 a.m.
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Personal items.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. joint
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, who has just returned to
this country from a visit to Israel
and the DP camps in Europe, will
speak by telephone to Jewish
communal leaders throughout the
country on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
eastern standard time.
This nationwide hookup in
which more than 60,000 communi-
ties will participate, has been- ar-
ranged for the purpose of having
Mr. Morgenthau inform the
American Jewish communities of
the present situation in Israel.
Locally, Mr. Morgenthau will be
heard by the board of governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration who will meet in special
session at Federation headquart-
ers on Tuesday at 1:30. The only
other business on Tuesday's
agenda will be the election of
three members to the budget com-
mittee to fill present vacancies.
Mr. Klass, executive director,
announces that a special meeting
will be held on Wednesday at 8:
p.m. in the conference room ten
approve Federation's 1949 budget
manual. Other matters to be taken
up include the question of wheth-
er or not to add capital funds to
its 1949 campaign goal.
Temple Israel
Contributes to
Dade Chest Fund
Temple Israel has pledged a
contribution of $250 to the Com-
munity Chest of Dade County,
according to an announcement
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
"This donation." said Rabbi
Zwilman, "was made to demon-
strate the interest of the syna-
gogue as a body over and above
the individual contributions
which members of the congre-
gation are making both in
money and as volunteer work-
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PAGE TWO
Leon Kaplan Heads List Of New Officers
For Miami Y; Election Takes Place Dec. 1
Leo-: Kip'.an
At the n meeting for the
n'-.. r. I I the Mi-
or:.. V:.:-V".V-:A V.'
Leon Kaplan t< d a;
president for 1 1949 Since
tl ere .....r this -1
."ir Kaplan v.-;:: h( -. th organ-
ization during the coming year.
Elections will be held on ''' I-
, nesday evening, December 1.
Other officers unanimously elect-
ed to take office December 1. in-
clude: firs: vice president, Max
R. Silver; second vice president,
Ben Esser.: third vice president,
Sarr. Seitlm: secretary. Mrs. Helen
Temple; treasurer. Eugene J.
Weies; members of the board for
three years: David Brovvn. George
Chertkof and Sam Weber.
Thirty-Six persons will be elect-
ed from the following nominees
fore or.e yea: terms on the board
of directors: Milton S. Malakoff,
W. D. Singer. Rabbi Murray
Grauer, George Wolpert. Paul P.
So'oe!. Leo Shemer, Ada Sheiner,
Sam Traurig. Mrs. Gertrude Web-
er. David Komberg, Sidney Pep-
per. Jack Pulver, Henry Shier,
Mrs Mollie Gir.sburg, Isaac Eng-
lander. Sid Palmer, Mrs. Nina
Davis. Mrs. Freda Levine, Mur-
ray Couiton, Abe Cutler. Marx
Waber. Fred Grossberg. Henry
in, Sam Brambier, Mrs. Ruth
N'urenberg. Julius Gaines, Mrs.
Laura Sachs, Alfred Rubinstein.
Si-ir.ev Lefcourt, Sam Kessler.
Abe Kurman. Fred Shochet, Har-
vey Dwoskin, Larry Grossberg.
Hazel Essen, Theodore Sakowitz,
Martin Rubinstein, Irving Saal
and Edward Levine.
Pioneer Wompn
Postone Meeting
At SOS Request
Members of the Pioneer Wo-
! men. Club No. 1. of Miami
Beach, are notified that the
meeting originally scheduled for
this Sunday at Beth Tfilah has
been postponed until December
14. Mrs. Henry Seillin. presi-
dent, announces that the dale
has been changed by request
of the SOS committee which
will hold its one-day collection
on November 14.
nUIMK.NOVKMBEH^iy
Judge Levitan Is Guest
At Golden Age Club
Judgi At h Le. itan,
.-.- ental I th< adio hour
on WINZ, will thi pi in< ip '.
speaker at the ng of the
Goldei .'. Fi iendship Clu I
the Mian i YM-YWHA, Sunday
afternoon at 2:3 k
His topic will be "Talmudic In-
fluence t n Jew h Lii
Miami Masada Gathers
To Hear State Report k
The Miami Masada will gather
Sunday nigh" at the home of Ar-
thur Ben. .'5100 S.W. 19th Terr.,
at 7:45. A short business meeting
will he followed by movies, d
ing and ments. A repoi i
on the Floi ida Young Zionist Con-
clave held a- St. Petersburg last
weekend, will be given. The meet-
ing is open to all young people.
AJC Esther Chapter
To Conduct Meeting
Entirely In Yiddish
The Esther Chapter. Florida
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress, will conduct ;> I
ing entirely in Yiddish at Beth
Jacob on Thursday at 8 p.m
Moses Meltzer, monologist, will
entertain the gathering to w
all women in the area are invited.
Early Mailing Urged
The Departments of the Army
and Navy have advised that pres-
ent air lift capacities to the va-
rious overseas areas are being
taxed to the utmost and it will
not be possible to augment such
facilities at this time. Hence, any-
appreciable increase in mailings
of air parcel post to service per-
sonnel overseas would result ir.
such matter being transported via
surface means with much later
date of delivery than intended by
the mailer.
Therefore, in order to prevent
the mailing of quantities of air
parcel post during the holiday
>eason which cannot be transport-
ed with existing air facilities, it
is urged that all mailers of par-
eels consigned to personnel sta-
ioned overseas be mailed not
ater than November 15, 1948.
Lauderdale B'nai B'rith
Meets With Auxiliary
A meeting of the Fort Lauder-
dale B'nai B'rith has been sched-
uled for Thursday, November 18.
with a meeting of the auxiliary
taking place at the same time.
Flagler-Granada Bowling
League Makes Awards
The first bowling party given
by the Flagler-Granada League-
was held Saturday night at thf
home of Lester Tenny. Award
were presented to the three tor
men, Milton Shinberg, Leste:
renny and Herman Feldman, and
to the top team, the- "Pirates."
Officers of the league include Hy
man Coverman, chairman: Her
man Feldman, vice chairman; Mil-
ton Shinberg-, secretary; and Les
ter Tenny, treasurer.
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hostelry has its own beach
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Miss Fleischer Chairman
Of B. & P. Vet Affair
Miss Edythe Fleischer has been
named chairman of the affair to
be given at the Veteran's Hospital
in Coral Gables or. November 17
by the Emma Lazaru= Chapter,
Business and Professional Women
of B'nai B'rith. Charles Farrell
and the "Continentals" are feat-
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Truman Names Weil
WASHINGTON. D- CPresi-
dent Truman last week appointed
Frank L. Weil, president of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
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committee of the National Social
Welfare Assembly, as chairman
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The Biscayne Kennel Club in-
augurates its 23rd season Monday
night Nov. 15. with a 10 race pro-
gram that will witness the return
of many former Biscayne favor-
ites plus a lot of youngsters just
starting up the greyhound ladder
of fame. With official schooling
races ending today, and the track
all spruced up for the meeting
only the kind indulgence of the
weather man is needed for a
bang-up opening that may set a
new record in point of attendance
and the possibility of a new
mutuel mark for an opening night.
Featuring the start of the 1948-
1949 racing season will be the
Biscayne Inaugural, a dash at
5 16 of a mile. Last year's In-
augural went to Beachcomber j
which went right along fromj
there to take the All Florida
Championship and the Fall Derby.
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+Jewisli fhrldHairj
PAGE THREE
/'// Say,..
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
British Israel: Fantastic Rubbish
In 1888, a ninth rate novelist
wrote a story dealing with the
destruction of Jerusalem by Ne-
buchadnezzar. The Prophet Jere-,
miah accompanies the Princess!
Jerusha, daughter of the last
king of Judah, in her flight from j
the desolated sacred city. The,
small group of refugees finally;
land in Ireland. In the palace ofi
Tara an Irish king, the Hebrew'
Princess meets Eochard, an Is-
raelite Prince of the tribe of Dan,
and marries him. Out of this
union, the English royal house is
supposedly descended.
This Romantic novel, "Nobly
Won," together with its author,
B. Pullen Burry, has long since
been forgotten. But the mytho-
logy behind the story has sur-
vived in a cult known as British-
Israel World Federation. Their
thesis is that the Lost Ten Tribes
of Israel were never really lost;
they managed to find their way
to the British Isles. Consequently,
the English, Irish and Scots are
the descendants of ancient Israel.
As children of Abraham, they are
his true heirs, and all the glorious
prophesies in the Torah concern-
ing Israel have been fulfilled in
them. For example, the English
boast that the sun never sets
on British possessions is accord-
ing to this sect merely the fulfill-
ment of the promises of Jehovah
"I will multiply thy seed as the
stars of the heaven, and the sands
which is upon the shores of the
sea. And in thy children shall all
the nations of the earth be
blessed."
So the British Commonwealth
of nations and the English-speak-
ing U. S. are actually our first
cousins. Ganz gut. Nice to have
thorn around against the time of
trouble. But what do the British-
Israel say about us? Surely they
must be proud of their relatives
as survivors of a thousand per-
secutions, as the stalwart bearers
of ancient Monotheism as the
original Unitarians. They should
place us on exhibition as a testi-
mony to the miraculous, the un-
broken chain that leads through
the rise and fall of empires di-
rectly to Moses on Sinai and then
beyond to Abraham on Mt.
Moriah.
A naechitiger tag. Our "kins-
men" who by some miracle were
transformed from brunette folk
with dark eyes, black hair,
aquiline noses into blue-eyed,
fair-haired, straight-nosed blondes
seem to regard us with the anti-
pathy usually felt towards poor
relations, or disreputable black
sheep. We are not Israelites, they
say. We are Jews, that is, the
descendants of Judah. They, as
Israelites, have inherited the bless-
ings of the Almighty. We, as
Jews, must bear all the curses
in Deuteronomy.
A family coolness is under-
standable. But it is also char-
acteristic of family quarrels for
the clan to unite when attacked
by outside enemies. What has
been the record of our British-
Israel "kinsmen" in this regard?
Henry Ford's Anti-Jewish
Crusade
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In 1920, when Henry the
First was the Tin Lizzy King, the
world was astonished and the
Jews stunned, by the first full
scale anti-Semitic campaign to be
launched in the Americas. It
started with the publication of
the notorious Russian forgery,
Protocolls of the Elders of Zion.
Week after week, Ford's Dearborn
Independent spewed forth its
poisonous lies, repeated and rei-
terating the old threadbare ca-
lumnies that have been the staple
of Judeophobia in Europe for
centuries. Its venom was dis-
seminated throughout the world
in 4 bound books, labeled "The
International Jew." The Ford
propaganda helped to stimulate
the rising Ku Klux Klan. Stu-
dents of mass hatreds claim that
Hitler would never have started
his Jew baiting had it not been
for the example and influence of
the Dearborn Independent smear
campaign.
In those days, one W. J.
Cameron, a newspaper man, had
the ear and conlidence of the
fanatical, semi-literate auto king
of Detroit. Now we know that
the inspirer of Ford's anti-Semit-
ism, the organizer of the Dearborn
Crusade, and the writer of the
anti-Jewish lies was no other than
the self same W. J. Cameron, the
Generalissimo of British-Israel in
the U. S.
Boake Carter
But when we contemplate the
fantastic career of another sub-
scriber to the absurd credo of
British-Israel, we should not com-
plainperhaps. Boake Carter,
born of English parentage, be-
came an American citizen. Be-
fore the last war he was active
as commenator, author, and
columnist. He achieved notoriety
in his opposition to F. D. R. and,
strangely enough, in his hatred
for Britain. In short, he shared
the isolationist views of Lind-
burgh, Nye, Wheeler, and the pro-
Nazi Bundists. After Pearl Har-
bor, he went off the air; his
column folded up; he fell into
obscurity.
. A glance at Jewish history will
disclose that during periods of
great agony, the revived hopes
for the immediate coming of a
Messiah would rise to fever pitch.
Something of the sort happened
in a mild way during the ex-
terminations by the Nazis. A new
"Bible" was found appropriately
in a cave somewhere in the Holy
Land. And sure enough, a Mes-
siah actually appeared. But the
Jews paid no attention to this
Messiah (they never do). But
Boake Carter did. He emerged out
of obscurity when a newspaper
dispatched that he became an
apostle of some new fangled Jew-
ish cult. He grew a beard, was
careful to eat Kosher food, and
accepted without reseravtion the
new '"Torah" found in the cave
Strangest of all, he paid homage
to one, Moses Guibbory, the
newly self-proclaimed Messiah of
Israel.
One can only speculate as to
the next phase of crackpottery
this exponent of British-Israel
would fall into. But luckily for
his reputation, Boake died. Per-
haps the British-Israelites can at-
tribute the queer action of Boake
Carter to a mysterious atavistic
i-r.pulse that pulled him into the
Jewish fold.
Hnniiau Studio
Shown in the Shelborne Hotel, where they held their installation luncheon earlier this week, are
the new president and officers of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood. Seated in the center
front) is Mrs. Arthur S. Klein, incoming president, with Mrs. George Goldberg (left) corresponding
secretary, and Mrs. Benjamin Kohn. auditor.
Standing in the back row (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Lipton. treasurer: Mrs. Samuel Lipton
recording secretary; Mrs. Samuel Oka, social secretary; Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, first vice-president;
Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Samuel Wiesen. financial secretary; Mrs. Harry
Rogers, third vice-president, and Mrs. Joseph Berman, second vice-president.
Chairman of the luncheon held in the Shelborne diningroom was Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff.
Fraternal Order Seats
Officers At Party
The English-Speaking Branch
357, Jewish People's Fraternal
Order, will combine a first an-
niversary party with installation
of officers when they meet on
Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the IOOF
HaU, 214 N.W. 4th St. A program
of entertainment and talks, fol-
lowed by refreshments, will fol-
low. Max Shlafrock, president, an-
nounces that the meeting is open
to the public.
Mrs. Weinstein
To Give Review
At SI10I0111 Tea
A review of "The Birth of Is-
raelthe Drama as I Saw It,"
by Dr. George Garcia-Granador,
member of the United Nations
Special Committee on Palestine
and chief of the Guatemalan dele-
gation to the United Nations, will
be presented by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, at the open meeting of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, on Wednesday in the
Temple patio, 4144 Chase Ave.
In announcing the meeting,
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president
of the Sisterhood, pointed out
that since the "tea shower" of
the bazaar chairmen is also to be
held that day, this meeting will
be combined with the tea and
will take the form of a luncheon
to begin at 12:30 p.m. The folow-
ing bazaar chairmen will be
hostesses: Estelle Fenias, Harriet
Fenias, Helen Behar. Lillian
Wolff, Iris Mufson and Rose Law-
son, in charge of blouses, sports-
wear and ladies' dresses: also
Nadine Mencher, Mirian Sabin
Blanche Neisen in charge of
linens.
Reports will be given by Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich, ways and
means chairman; Mrs. Bess Nel-
son, bazaar chairman and Mrs.
William Farr, ad journal chair-
man.
Hollywood BBYO
Installs Officers
Installation of officers of the
Hollywood Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization was held re-1
cently at the Jewish Community
Center. Officers inducted were:
Sanford Curcie, president: Fred
Yolan, vice president; Maxine
Diamond, treasurer: June Kaplan,
corresponding secretary; Eileen
Bohrer, recording secretary; Mor-
ton Reiss, chaplain and Allen Sil-
bert, sergeant-at-arms.
Howard Liebman, state director
of B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tions, acted as installing officer,
and addressed the group on
Functions and Purposes of
BBYO."
The invocation was delivered
by Rabbi Max Kaufman of the
Jewish Community Center. Guests
oi honor were C. M. Daniels, pres-
ident of the Hollywood B'nai
B'rith Lodge, and Dan Tannon,
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
A social hour followed the ex-
ercises, with Dr. Herbert Heiden,
B'nai B'rith Lodge representa-
tive and Mrs. Sidney Lipsitz act-
ing as host and hostess.
Plans have now been corn-
followed by dancing and refresh-
ments, to be held at the Center
pleted for a movie presentation,
on Sunday evening.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER l2,
EDITORIAL
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Israel And Truman
Among the many messages of felicitation Presi-
dent Truman has received there is one on his
desk to which, we hope, he will pay special at-
tention. We have in mind the cable of congrat-
ulation he received from Israeli Premier David
Ben Gurion, expressing the hope that Mr. Tru-
man's "tenure of office may contribute to promot-
ing the welfare, progress and happiness of the
American people and the cause of peace and
justice in international affairs."
It was no mere accident that the Premier of
Israel associated the welfare of the American
people with the larger cause of peace and justice
in international affairs. The response of the Amer-
ican people to the campaign issues has indicated
a profound awareness of foreign as well as
domestic affairs and their inter-relationship.
Among the foreign problems considered by the
electorate was, no doubt, the Palestine issue and
the President's stand on it as outlined in his major
and final campaign speech. The implications of
his address were clear. They were clear to the
American people and the world, which is now
looking forward to true American leadership for
a speedy and just solution of the Palestine problem
in full and complete accordance with the historic
decision made by the United Notions on November
29th, of 1947.
HOW ABOUT UNTYING ME?
Aerial View Oi New Edifice Of Miami B each Jewish Center
Inclusion Of Community Representatives
In U.P.A. Approved At Chicago Parley
Miami Beach Jewish Center Inaugurates
Drive For $200,000 To Complete Building
A building fund drive with a goal of 5200,000 will com-
mence December 5 to obtain funds to complete the new build-
ing of th Miami Beach Jewish Center at Washington Ave. and
17th St., accordin9 to JosePh M- Rose, president.
Heading- the drive will be Samuel Friedland and George J.
Talianoff, members of the con-
gregation's board ot directors.
At an organ izativTial meeting
the following chairmerf were ap-
pointed to head the divisions of
the campaign: Jack Ablin, initial
gifts; Alfred Stone, hotels; Jos-
eph Lipton, general solicitations;
Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Women's
special gifts; Gershon MUler,
youth gifts; Harry Sirkin, rating
committee: ,Oscar Mamber, seats:
Mayer Ij, Frankel, memorials, and
Moses Gint>b*rg, treasurer of the
campaign.
A housewarming reception on
'the evening of December 5 under
:th* sponsorship of the Sisterhood
will spearheard the drive to ob-
tain funds to complete the $1,000,-
000 Synagogue Center. The cam-
paign will end December 21 with
fi. dinner at the Grossinger Pan-
coast Hotel. David R. Isen is
chairman of the dinner commit-
tee.
Charles Greco, noted ecclesiast-
ical architect, designed the temple
along the lines of a famed Pales-
tinian synagogue. The semi-cir-
cular dome, 90 feet in diameter,
is an architectural highlight of
the building. Completely alr-con-
persons. Included in the structure
is a banquet hall with a seating
capacity of 1,000, modern kitchen
facilities, class rooms and music
rooms.
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter was founded in 1939 and
housed at 1415 Euclid Ave. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman has been the
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion for five years. Ground-break-
ing ceremonies for the new build-
ing took place on December 22,
1946, and the cornerstone was laid
on January 17, 1948.
Young Adult Council
Of Beach Y Plans
Sadie Hawkins Dance
Paul Needelman, social commit-
tee chairman of the Young Adult
Council of the Beach Y, announces
a Sadie Hawkins Day dance to be
held Sunday night. Those attend-
ing are asked to wear appropriate
costumes. Prizes will be given for
winners of dance contests. Music
will be furnished by Mark Marks
and his orchestra.
man, Shirley Marks, Thelma
Malkiel, Marilyn Meyerson, Alice
Bergson, Selma Lewis, Joe Singer,
Eugene Ehrlich, Bea Disman and
Frank Coplan.
(Continued from Page 1)
welfare funds and federations to
the extent of one-third of the
membership of such governing
bodies.
"It is understood that under the
rules and regulations of the Zion-
ist movement, final authority for
determining the allocation of
funds raised for Jewish needs in
Israel continues to rest with the
Jewish Agency for Palestine the
Keren Kayemeth in Jerusalem
and the central institutions which
are vested with appropriate au-
thority by the World Zionist Con-
gress," the resolution said. "As
in the past, the proceeds of the
U.J.A. campaign received by the
U.P.A. (less its operational ex-
penses) will continue to be re-
mitted in equal parts to the head
offices in New York, of the Pal-
estine Foundation Fund (Keren
Hayesod) and the Jewish Nation-
al Fund.
"It is likewise understood that
all final decisions regarding al-
locations and appropriations of
funds raised by the U.P.A. and
its constituents, the Keren Hay-
esod) and the Jewish National
Fund.
"It is likewise understood that
all final decisions regarding al-
locations and appropriations of
funds raised by the U.P.A. and
its constituents, the Keren Haye-
sod and Keren Kayemeth, with
the exception of administrative
budgets, are in the competence of
the executive of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine and the
Keren Kayemeth of Jerusalem
without thereby affecting the
existing structure and practises of
the American Jewish National
Fund and the American Palestine
Foundation Fund or their right
subject to the above provisions to
consider proposals and recom-
mendations for allocations in or
on behalf of Palestine. The U.P.A.
shall also have the corresponding
power to consider all such pro-
posals and to make its own rec-
ommendations with regard to
them," the resolution concluded.
Miami Y Starts
New Teenagers Group
The T.Y.S. (Teenagers "Y" So-
ciety), a new girls' chapter at the
Miami Y installed their officers
at a meeting last Sunday at the
home of the vice president. Estelle
Fleishman, 2270 S.W. 28th St.
Guests of honor wore the club's
advisor, Mrs. Martin Rubenstein,
and her husband. Officers in-
stalled included: Alice Stone,
president; Estelle Fleishman, vice
president: Belle Murowitz, treas-
urer; Gladys Zammitt, corre-
sponding secretary: Eileen Shum-
er, recording secretary; Marilyn
Heeler, sgt.-at-arms: and Barbara
Schechter, youth council repre-
sentative.
Following the ceremonies a
buffet dinner was served, and en-
tertainment presented. Participat-
ing were Roscha Belfor, Jo Anna
Bloom, Shirley Stein, Eileen
Shumer, Shirley Steinmer.tz and
Alice Stone, comedy skits; Alice
Stone, Estelle Fleishman, Eileen
Shumer, Shirley Stein and Jo
Anna Bloom, musical program.
The entertainment was concluded
with fortune telling by Elaine
Goldsmith.
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Hebrew Calendar
5709 1948
Rosh Chodesh, Klslev
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Committee members include:
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have accommodations for 19001 man, Jewel Laber, Barbara Klein-
IV'ew AZA Chapter
A new chapter of the AZA
which will be called "Miami Jr.
AZA" is In the process of organ-
ization. Meetings are held Sunday
evenings at 7:30 at Cong. Beth El.
Boys between the ages of 12 and
14 are invited to join in the ath-
letic, cultural, religious and com-
munity activities which are being
planned.
Flagler-Granada Service
On Regular Schedule
Members of the Flagler-Gran-
ada Jewish Community Center
are holding Friday evening and
Saturday morning services at 3681
N.W. 2nd St. The Safer Torah,
books and other essentials have
been donated by the members.
All men interested are invited to
join the group. Further informa-
tion may be obtained by calling
I. Rubinstein at 4-9861.
Also observed previous day.
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The officers and board of the
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women are entertaining
paid up members at 12:30 Tues-
day with a membership tea at
the Cadillac Hotel.
A welcoming address will be
made by the group's president,
Mrs. Harold Turk.
A documentary history of B'nai
B'rith, entitled "I Am B'nai
B'rith" will be recounted with
Mrs. Irving Becker acting as nar-
rator. The following phases of
B'nai B'rith activities will be sum-
marized; ADL by Miss Freda
Shifman; Hillel by Mrs. Alex-
ander Libow; BBYO by Mrs.
Phillip Lefkowitz; and Aid to
Israel by Mrs. Lou Levin; musical
background by Mrs. Theodore
Arvan. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will sing Palestinian son^s ac-
companied by Mrs. Arvan at the
piano.
Mrs. Seymour Satin, member-
ship chairman, is in charge of ar-
rangements and is assisted by
Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein, program
chairman.
Four Hundred Are Expected To Attend
Miami Hebrew Academy Testimonial
Ardmore Studio
Pictured left to right are Jack Satin, Isidore Goldberg and
Matthew Silverstein who are making arrangements for the first
anniversary dinner of the Hebrew Academy to be held on Sunday
evening, December 12. at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel, which
will be attended by more than 400 Greater Miamians.
Four hundred Greater Miamians are expected to gather on
Sunday, December 12, at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel to attend
a testimonial dinner honoring Dr. David S. Andron. The banquet
which marks the first anniversary of the founding of the Hebrew
Academy, will include a musical program and speakers of
national prominence.
Dr. Andron is one of the found-
ers and the president of the aca-
demy. In addition to his work in
the educational field he is affili-
ated with numerous local organ-
izations in many of which he holds
office. These include the Miami
Beach Zionist District, the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, the
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
Greater Miami Zionist Emergency
Council, the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, the Miami Beach Hotel
Owners Association, Jewish Home
for the Aged, Congregation Beth
Tfilah, National Conference of
Christians and Jews, B'nai B'rith,
YMHA, and Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce. A member of
the New York Bar, Dr. Andron
is also identified with the hotel
industry and operates the Albion
Hotel, Miami Beach. A lecturer
and an author, the doctor is noted
for his "Author of Liberty," a
work on the poet John Milton, and
"The Song of David," a dramatic
libretto.
Chairmen of the dinner are:
Isidore Goldberg, Matthew Silver-
stein and Jack Satin. Tickets are
available at the Hebrew Academy
office located at 918 6th St., Mi-
ami Beach.
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The first meeting of the Planning Committee of the Women's Year-Round Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation was held on Tuesday, November 2. at the home of Mrs. Abraham Good-
man, 3355 Flamingo Drive. Present were Mrs. Araham Goodman, president; Mrs. Monte Selig, vice-
president; Mrs. Leon Kaplan, secretary; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. George Cchertkof, and Mrs.
Morris Wolfe. Plans were made for an all-day Lnstitute on Personal Relations to be held on Wednes-
day, December 8. at a place to be designated. Dixie Photo
Reveals Totals In
Current Drive
Tropical Lodge of Miami Beach
leads on a proportionate basis in
the current membership drive
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Council of Greater Miami, it has
been announced by Charles R.
Jacobson, executive secretary.
The group has signed up 41
new members bringing their total
membership to 84, according to
drive chairman Gershon Miller.
Sholem Lodge has enrolled 76
members; Coral Gables Lodge
has added 40, while the North
Shore Lodge has added 25 new
members.
A bronze plaque will be award-
ed to the lodge showing greatest
membership increase from Oct.
1 until Nov. 15.
Top individual worker to date
is Jerome Weinkle of Sholem
Lodge, who has enrolled 26 new
members.
Sherman Spends Leave
With Family In Miami
Spending a seven-day leave
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
___ Saul Sherman,
"'and his sister
Marion, is Meyer
N. Sherman, U.
S. Navy, who has
been stationed at
San Diego. After
vacationing with
his family, who
reside at 1900
S.W. 7th St.,
Meyer Sherman J*eyc'' ^ ""
turn to San Die-
go for further assignment.
Federation Women
All-Day Institute
Is Set For December
"The Role of the Jewish Woman
in the Community Program" will
be the subject of a one-day in-
stitute which is scheduled for
Wednesday, December 8, by the
Women's Year-Round Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
who was elected last week to head
the new section of Federation,
stated "The creation of Women's
Year-Round Division would be to
interpret Federation to the Jew-
ish women in the community
through speakers, seminars, study
groups and social programs."
Officers who will serve with
Mrs. Goodman include Mrs. Monte
Selig, vice president, and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, secretary. A plan-
ning committee consisting of the
officers and Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. George Chertkof and Mrs.
Morris Wolfe met recently to plan
the institute program for the com-
ing year.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12,
1948
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
BEHIND THE SCENE:
Now that the controversy within the United Palestine Appeal
lias become public, it can be revealed that the leaders of the U.P.A.
in New York were amazed by the attitude of the Jewish Agenc>
UP A But this demand remained unanswered and no clear
statement has been received from Israel even as -these lines are
being written ... On the other hand, Henry Montor, leader of the
dissident groUD. was apparently expecting open support from
Eliezer Kaplan." Israeli Finance Minister, but did not get it The
U.P.A. leaders here fear that other dissident groups may be formed
within the Zionist movement in this country for the purpose ol
securing funds from the Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds,
it the pro-Montor group is not censured by Israeli sources They,
therefore, cabled the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem for a second time
stating that if no definite declaration against the dissidents is forth-
coming, the U.P.A. may be whittled down to the detriment of the
entire Zionist movement Meanwhile the pro-Montor group held
a secret conference this week at the Dixie Hotel in New York to map
its future campaign ... It is understood that the group intends to
organize before the end of this year a national agency under the
name of "American Israel Fund" to compete with the United Pal-
estine Appeal Matters may change after the expected arrival
here of a Jewish Agency delegation from Israel which will confer
with n.embers of the American branch of the Jewish Agency .
The attitude of the American members is that the Jewish Agency
must make it known that It will not endorse any new groups com-
peting with the U.P.A. .
*
THE "PARTNERSHIP" ISSUE:
The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is in-
tensifying its campaign to secure representation for Jewish com-
munity leadeis in agencies which get financial support from fed-
erations or welfare funds The Council speaks of a "partnership"
between the Jewish communities and the agencies supported by
community funds, and means that in all the governing bodies ol
these agencies there should be leaders of the Jewish federations and
welfare funds ... At present the issue has been taken up by the
United Palestine Appeal which is ready to give to the federations
a thirty-three percent representation on its governing bodies .
But other organizations benefiting from community funds will soon
also face the same issue Stanley C. Myers, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare FuncLs, emphasizes that
this is definitely not a question of "local versus national" He-
explains that when speaking of "partnership" in the national agencies,
the community leaders "are speaking of a genuine cooperative
partnership" He says that "time and again" the leaders of the
lederations and welfare funds have asked "for a full partnerslu.
with national agencies" And he makes it clear that this time
the Jewish communities intend to assert "actively" their right to
such "lull partnership" This, he says, is not a question of at-
tempting to concentrate power, but it is a matter of "spreading the
authority to match the spread of the responsibility" The time
has arrived in American Jewish life when the communities see
themselves much more clearly as "the determinants of national
policies and actions" and not merely as the money givers, he argues.
ANCIENT HISTORY .
Some idea on the relationship
of Jews and Christians in the
third century is given in paint-
ings of the Dura Synagogue ex-
cavated in 1932 and interpreted
in a book by Rachel Wischnitzer
just published by the University
of Chicago Press The volume,
entitled "The Messianic Theme in
the Paintings of the Dura Syna-
gogue." also clarifies a number of
questions relating to Jewish life
as depicted in the thirty panels
. There have been several dif-
ferent interpretations of the Dura
decorations, which are the earl-
Ionian Jewry with the Jews of
Palestine ... It also answers the
question whether the Jewish com-
munity of Dura subscribed to Or-
thodox Judaism, or whether the
use of paintings in the synagogue
indicates a relaxation of ancient
Jewish prohibitions All in all.
the book is a very important con-
tribution to Jewish history of the
third century as well as to an
understanding of ancient Jewish
art.
Students To Visit
Local Agencies
As Civic
Project
A Jewish Community Civics
Project will be conducted by the
Bureau of Jewish Education for
the high school of Jewish studies
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. Young people ages 15 and
up will visit the communal
agencies in the community to
learn how they meet the prob-
lems.
Dates have been set for visits to
the following agencies: Anti-De-
famation League. Nov. 14-; Cardiac
Home, Nov. 28; Bureau of Jewish
Education, Dec. 5; National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, Dec. 12:
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Dec. 19: YMHA of Miami Beach,
Dec. 26; Jewish Social Service
Bureau Jan. 9.
A. P. Ganr.es, executive director
of the Bureau, who has arranged
these visits, stated "It is import-
ant for our young people to get
a first hand knowledge of these
agencies so that it will lead to
active identification and affilia-
tion of these young people with
organized life in our community."
A brief syllabus will be pre-
pared. After the visits the young
people will discuss the problems
in their classrooms with the teach-
ors and will submit an essay on
their experiences. Rabbi Lehr-
man, Fred Berkovitz. educational
director of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center and Mrs. Ruth Feit,
teacher of the group, are co-
operating in the project.
Highest Ranking
Jewish Chaplain
Chaplain Henry Tavel, a grad-
uate of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, class of 1929, is the first
Jewish chaplain in the regular
army to attain the rank of lieu-
tenant colonel, it has been an-
nounced by Maj. Gen. Luther D.
Miller, chief of chaplains, depart-
ment of the army, in Washington.
Chaplain Tavel, at present on
duty in the office of the chief of
chaplains, supervises the religious
programs for all Jewish army per-
sonnel. He entered the armed
forces in 1942.
Miami >lizrac*hi
Installs Officers
The Miami Chapter of Mizrachi
iest known pictorial representa-1 Women's Organization seated the
following officers at installation
ceremonies last night at the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation: Mrs. Harry Steinbach,
president; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, first
vice president; Mrs. Minnie Kel-
ler, second vice president; Mrs.
Anna Bear, third vice president;
Mrs. Clara Brcttholtz, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Bessie Adler-
blum, treasurer; Mrs. T. Kessler,
financial secretary; and Mrs. Sam
Geltner, recording secretary.
The first meeting during which
the newly elected officers will
serve is scheduled for Thursday
at 1:03 at the Miami Y.
tions, on such a major scope, of
Biblical scenes But Mrs.
Wischnitzer establishes that these
paintings were based upon the
distinct Messianic idea of Return,
Restoration, and Salvation .
She also establishes that the Jews
of Dura considered themselves
descendants of the Lost Ten
Tribes whom she identifies in one
of the excavated paintings .
The value of Mrs. Wischnitzer's
book to Jewish history is also
great because the author's inter-
pretation of the Dura Synagogue
decorations gives a good insight
into the relationship of Baby-
Beth El Sisterhood
To Meet Wednesday
Mrs. Harry Klein, correspond-
ing secretary of the Sisterhood of
Cong. Beth El, announces that
plans for a card party to be given
on November 28 in the new social
hall will be discussed at the reg-
ular meeting of the group this
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Proceeds of
the affair will go toward the new
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Clare Boothe Luce's play. "The Women" will be given by the
dramatic group of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on the evenings
of November 30 and December 1 at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Senior High school. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. drama chairman has
announced. Participating are Mrs. Lillian Fox, professional coach;
production chairmen. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Arthur J.
England; tickets, Mrs. Alex Robbins; finance, Mrs. Leon Ell; pub-
licity. Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg; properties, Mrs. Bertram C.
Waller, chairman. Mrs. David Levinson, Mrs. Eli Meltzer and Mrs.
Harry Zukernick; ushers, Mrs. Irving Blasberg; program Mrs. Harry
Schiff. Mrs. Louis Gidney, Mrs. Mildred Palter; prompter, Mrs.
Jean Reder; settings, Murray Sparage; rehearsal notices, Mrs. In
B lumber g.
Mrs. Arthur England and Mrs. Jean Lehman, production; Mrs.
Lillian Fox, professional dramatic coach; Mrs. Leonard Jacobson
chairman of drama group.
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By Center Sisterhood
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Euclid Avenue. An unusual dis-
play of Jewish ceremonial objects
will be exhibited. A reception
honoring the newly installed
board members will follow.
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PAGE SEVEN
WASHINGTON How will
President Truman's election af-
fect American policy toward Is-
rael was the big question after
last week's "biggest upset in poli-
tical history."
Capital observers also wondered
how the straight Democratic
sweep would affect other issues
such as displaced person, immi-
gration and civil rights.
One fact stands out. President
Truman has waged an almost
single-handed campaign. In fact
he won his battle over the op-
position of certain members of his
own party. Now that he has won
he is beholden to no man. Indeed
some Democratic members of
Congress are obligated to him for
the Democratic victory on which
they rode to office.
President Truman may take
courage from the mandate given
him and seize the opportunity to
tighten up his administration. This
might include clearing out of the
State Department persons who
have reportedly been under-cut-
ting him on foreign affairs mat-
ters, particularly the Palestine
policy. Secretary of State George
C. Marshall, long rumored to be
at odds with the President over
Israel, has announced his inten-
tion to resign as of January 20,
1949.
Generally, with regard to Is-
rael policy, the election of Presi-
dent Truman seems to inspire
more confidence than a victory
for the Republican 'Candidate
would have. For one thing, Dewey
was an unknown quantity. No
one knows for sure how he would
have carried out his pledges to
the state of Israel.
On the other hand, President
Truman has had several chances
to act in favor of Israel since its
establishment in May. Each time
he has acted positively. He gave
immediate de facto recognition to
Israel. He has been pushing hard
to get the Export-Import Bank to
advance a loan to the new state.
And when Israel was threatened
with sanctions through a Security
Council resolution President Tru-
man sent orders to Paris to the
American delegation not to sup-
port the measure. He is thus, both
by his public statements and his
actions in behalf of Israel, more
positively committed than Dewey
ever was.
On the matter of the loan, for
instance, he is not only committed
by his public statements and by
the Democratic party platform,
but he gave private assurances
to President Chaim Weizmann
Miami
that a loan could be expected.
The matter of de jure recogni-
tion for^ Israel is another matter
on which President Truman has
very positively committed him-
self.
On matters concerning Israel
that are within the bailiwick of
the N.U., President Truman, it is
believed, will scrupulously avoid
unilateral American action. But
on matters concerning direct bi-
lateral relations between the
United States and Israel, such as
full recognition, it seems likely
that the President will follow
through on his pledges. It does not
seem too precarious to predict
that full recognition for Israel will
come through before the end of
the year.
President Truman, believed to
be personally sincere about the
displaced persons problem, has
repeatedly asked Congress to ad-
mit at least 400,000 war refugees
to this country.
Observers here have felt for
some time that the 81st Congress
will amend the Displaced Persons
Law enacted last June to elimi-
nate its most discriminatory feat-
urethe cut-off date of Dec. 22,
1945 that bars many Jewish DP's
from eligibility. Perhaps with a
Democratic Congress and with
President Truman pushing them
some of the other discriminatory
features of the bill can be elimi-
nated. It may even be possible to
raise the present figure of 205,000
to 400,000.
General immigration policies in
the Senate are bound to be af-
fected by the defeat of Senator
Chapman Rivercomb, West Vir-
ginia Republican, who was the
leader of the anti-immigration
bloc in that House. A study of
general immigration procedures
begun by Revercomb will now be
completed by a Democratic com-
mittee.
It seems virtually certain that
the Democratic Senate will con-
firm the appointments of the
three-member displaced persons
commission, Ugo Carusi, Harry
Rosenfield and Edward M. O'Con-
nor.
In the face of this optimism,
however, it must be remembered
that the Democratic majority in
Congress now includes many
southern Democrats who are trad-
itionally opposed to liberalizing
immigration policies.
President Truman has had to
pull some punches during the last
few months on the Civil Rights
program that he proposed to Con-
gress early this year. Including
such controversial issues as fair
employment practices legislation,
the program designed by the
President's Committee on Civil
Rights, was political anathema in
the south. And the solid Demo-
cratic South cannot lightly be
tossed aside in a Presidential elec-
tion.
It is hard to predict what is in
store on the civil rights question,
now that the political issue has
been divorced from it for a while.
For a Democratic Congress, while
it may appear to be more liberal-
ly inclined, still includes a great
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number of reactionary Southern
Democrats who will fight equal
rights legislation just as hard as
they ever did.
A really good bill, the Ives-
Chavez FEPC Bill, got through
the Senate Labor and Public Wel-
fare Committee during the 80th
Congress. It was placed on the
Senate calendar, but died await-
ing a date for floor discussion,
staunchest defenders of FEPC.
legislation and the recurring
Southern filibusters on FEPC
would seem to make it hardly
hopeful that FEPC will fare any
better in the 81st Congress, de-
spite the Democratic swing.
Several new factors entered the
picture with the election, how-
ever. For one thing, Sen. Elber'
Thomas of Utah, a good liberal
will now replace Sen. Robert A.
Taft, Ohio Republican, as chair-
man of the Senate Labor Com-
mittee through which the bill will
pass. Sen. Taft has long advocated
a sort of watered-down version
of FEPC, holding out for the use
of "education" only in effecting
better fair employment practices.
The election of Hubert Hum-
phry, the battling liberal mayor
of Minneapolis, over Republican
Sen. Joseph Ball in Minnesota will
put in the Senate one of the
staunchehst defenders of FEPC.
Beach Y To Show
New Yiddish Film
"Love and Sacrifice" a Yiddish
motion picture, will be shown at
the Beach Y on Sunday night.
This is the first showing in Great-
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vited to attend.
As mayor of Minneapolis Hum-
phry instituted an FEPC that ef-
fectively cut down discrimination
in that city. He appeared last
year during the committee hear-
ings on the Ives-Chavez measure
and really talked turkey to Sen.
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Democrat, member of the com-
mittee who was attempting to dis-
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Miss Dolly Fishbein
Miss Dolly Fishbein
Reveals Troth
To Irving Baum
The engagement of Miss Dolly
Tishbein to Irving Baum has been
announced by her mother, Mrs.
Sadie Fishbein, 2020 S.W. 24th
Terr. Mr. Baum is the son of Mrs.
Ida Baum, of Monticello, N. Y.
The bride-to-be is a junior in the
school of education at the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is a
member of Hillc-1 Foundation and
I.Z.F.A. She is also affiliated with
Debbs Chapter B'nai B*rith Young
Women, Jr. Hada^sah and Masada.
Mr. Baum studied at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and is
now a senior at the University of
Miami, graduating in May. He
served with the 8th Air Force and
the A. T. C. and was discharged
with the rating of 1st lieutenant.
A formal engagement reception
for both families and friends is
being planned for thte latter part
of December.
Mrs. Harry Koretzky
Mrs. Koretzky Host
To Congress Women
Mrs. Harry Koretzky, an officer
of the American Jewish Congress,
will be hostess to the Miami Beach
chapter at a buffet luncheon at
her home 4145 La Gorce Drive,
on Monday at 12:30. Assisting
Mrs. Koretzky will be the Mes-
! dames Herbert Greenberg, Jerome
iKimball, George Berk, Morris
I Rabinowitz. Herbert Glickman,
! Edward Glasser and Mrs. Mae
Weiner. Card games and a social
hour will follow the luncheon.
Members are asked to bring pros-
pective members to the affair.
Reservations may be made by call-
ing Mrs. Jerome Sangerman at
5-7116.
Service League Seminar
The Miami Service League, the
women's activities organization of
the Y, is sponsoring a seminar
for women on Monday evening at
8 o'clock at the Y. All women
are invited to be present.
Pioneer Women
To Honor Visit Of
Reqional President
Pioneer Women's Council of
Greater Miami has completed
plans for the coming visit of their
regional president. Miriam Brod-
insky. on November 15. A full
schedule will begin with a lunch-
eon Tuesday, followed by a dis-
cussion of Council problems and
projects.
Mrs. Brodinsky will be inter-
viewed over WGBS on Wednes-
day at three o'clock on the pro-
gram "Jane Recommends."
A seminar with the organiza-
tion's main project. Moaztoth i
Hapoaloth. as its theme, will be
held Wednesday evening at Beth
David auditorium. Rehabiliation!
of incoming refugee women,
training them and also Israeli
women, industrially and agricul- j
turally, and the work of main- j
taining children's homes will be
discussed.
A membership reception of the i
Kadimah Chapter will honor Mrs. j
Brodinsky on Thursday evening
at the New Yorker Hotel.
The pulpit of Beth David Con-
gregation will be turned over to
Pioneer Women on Friday eve-
ning and Mrs. Brodinsky will ad-
dress the congregation.
To climax the week's activities.
the organization will hold a
Malava Malkah at the Strath
Haven Hotel the following night
Mrs. Harry Albert will act as
mistress of ceremonies and com-
munity singing will be led by
members of Habonim.
Saffers To Observe Anniversary Sundav
Marian Herman Engaged To Wed
Charles Freefield On November 25
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman,
1414 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Marian, tc Charles M.
Freefield, 1620 S.W. 4th St., Mi-
ami, son of Samuel Freefield of
Newark. New Jersey. The wed-
ding will take place at Temple
Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, November 25, at 7 p.m.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Connecticut. She also attended
the Walsh School of Business
Science, the University of Miami,
and is a graduate of the Miami
School of Modeling. Miss Ber-
man, who was at one time society
reporter for the Jewish Floridian,
is at present financial secretary
of the Miami Beach unit of Junior
Hadassah, and at the recent con-
vention of the southern region
was appointed editor of the
regional newspaper.
Mr. Freefield attended schools
in New Jersey and is now a stu-
dent at the University of Miami
where he is majoring in Political
Geography and Sociology. Mr.
Freefield served four years in the
Army Air Forces during World
War II, two of them in the Pacific
theater. In July, 1946 he was the
first Miamian to be awarded a
scholarship to the newly-opened
Brandeis Camp Institute at Win-
terdale, Penn., on the basis of an
essay contest conducted by the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission. Upon his return he
was elected the first president of
the newly-formed Greater Miami
Chapter of Masada.
Prior to the entrance into the
University of Miami, Mr. Free-
field was very active in local
veteran, Zionist and business
groups. His past positions have
included executive secretary of
the Miami Beach Zionist District,
adjutant of Miami Beach Post No.
330, Jewish War Veterans, and
managing editor of the Miami
Building Journal. During the Mi-
ami Beach municipal election
campaign in 1947 he was cam-
paign manager for Maurice Klein.
Ronnie Wasserman
Engagement Told
The engagement of Ronnie
Wasserman to Jake Ferman of
Canton, Ohio, has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wasserman, 1575 Washing-
ton Ave. Miss Wasserman, a grad-
uate of Hempstead High school,
has been active in Junior Hadas-
sah. She recently won the title of
Miss Miami Beach at a contest
held at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer will be guests of honor at an open
house Sunday in celebration of their silver wedding anniversary
The reception which is being arranged by their children Carolvn
Bernard and Helcne, will be held at the Saffer home, 1425 SW
18th St.
Residents of Miami since 1923, the Saffers have been active in
community activities. Mr. Saffer is a director of the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home and when president of the Home '.vas instru-
mental in organizing chapters throughout the United States. He
served as a division head in the Federation campaign and is an
active worker for the Variety Club benefit projects.
The reception on Sunday will begin at twelve noon.
Beth Sholom Scene Of Wedding
Of Hilda Benjamin and Robert Green
Mrs. Sam Goldman
Mrs. Goldman Is
Cardiac Head
At the election of officers held
Tuesday by the Miami Chapter
of the National Children's Cardiac
Home Mrs. Sam H. Goldman be-
came president of the organiza-
tion. Serving with her will be
Mrs. George Wolpert, Mrs. Dave
Rifas, Mrs. Leo Sobol and Mrs
Sal Ramagli, vice presidents;
Mrs. Sam Schulwolf, treasurer,
and Mrs. Bella Jacobson, financial
secretary.
Installation ceremonies will be
held at Fu Manchu's at noon
November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Benjamin
of 728 Meridian Ave., announce
the wedding of their daughter
Hilda to Robert Green, 2851 Sheri-
dan Ave.. on Sunday at Temple
Beth Sholom at 5 p.m. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will conduct the
ceremonies.
The bride has chosen a light
aqua suit with brown accessories
and will carry a nosegay and a
white Bible. Attendants will be
jthe brother and sister-in-law of
the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
[Green of Philadelphia. Also in the
[wedding party will be another
brother, Bernard Green.
Miss Benjamin has been af-
filiated with B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations throughout the coun-
try, working with Dr. Abram L.
Sachar in Miami, Washington and
Los Angeles. Until the present
she was associated with Dr.
Sachar at Brandeis University, of
which he is president. The groom
is well known in Greater Miami's
realty circles.
Following a reception at the
Temple the wedding dinner will
be held in the Shelborne Hotel.
The couple will honeymoon in
Nassau before residing in Miami
Beach.
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_ +JelstiFk>rHtor,
Personally Speaking .
Theodore J. Sakowitz left last Sunday for several weeks
vacation in New York. En route he will stop at Atlanta where
he will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris "Chuck"
Klein, formerly of Miami. Mr. Klein is at present acting executive
director of the Jewish Educational Alliance.
* *
Martin Chochem of the Roosevelt Hotel, leaves today for
Montreal, Canada, where he will attend the wedding of his
niece, Sophie Lecker, to a former Air Corps captain, Irving Levy
Mr. Levy is now in business in Montreal. The couple will be
married on Sunday. Mr. Chochem will return to Miami around
November 20.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Friedland announce the arrival of a
daughter, Michele Shelley, on October 28.
**
Jerome B. Gordon, education and executive director of Beth
David, flew to Rochester last week following the death of his
father, Rev. Gordon. Also surviving were three daughters.
Honeymooning at the Blackstone Hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
Hy D. Burstein of Flushing, L. I. The bride is the niece of Mr!
and Mrs. Sam Diener of Miami.
* *
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz is recuperating at Jackson Memorial
following a major operation.
* *
Cantor Joseph Malek has rejoined his family at 1561 Lenox
Ave. folowing an extended trip through the mid-west and the
v/est coast. Cantor Malek conducted High Holy Day services in
a Texas synagogue.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg have returned following a
four months vacation in the north. They are residing in their
new home at 108 6th Terr., DiLido Island, Miami Beach.
*
Mrs. A. Pepper has returned to her home at 507 S.W. 19th
Ave., following a vacation in the Carolinas. Highlight of the
trip was her first meeting with a new granddaughter, Terry
Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shapiro of Spartenberg.
Mrs. Pepper also visited relatives in Greenville, Columbia and
Union, South Carolina.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and family have returned
after a six weeks' vacation in New York, Carolinas and Georgia.
While in Georgia they visited Mrs. Adelman's parents in
Savannah.
-K *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon returned to their apartment
in the Everglades Hotel following a five week vacation in New
York.
PAGE NINE
Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Carp Return Home
Following Summer Tour Of Europe
Returning this week following
a summer spent in Europe were
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carp, 2738
S.W. 20th St. Accompanied by
their daughter Ruth, a student
at the University of Miami, the
Carps embarked for England in
June. They were met at South-
ampton by another daughter and
her husband who are employed
by the United States government
in Heidelberg. After several days
in London the group left by
motor for a tour of the British
Isles, traveling from coast to
roast. A short stay was then spent
through France, Norway, Sweden.
Denmark, Belgium and Holland.
The party then proceeded to
Heidelberg as the young couple,
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman A. Schwartz,
had expended their leave of ab-
sence. Mrs. Schwartz is the former
Clare Carp, a graduate of the
University of Miami.
After a brief stay in Heidelberg
the Carps left for the Bavarian
Alps and Switzerland. Mrs.
Schwartz rejoined the travelers
lor a visit to Italy where they had
the opportunity of being present
at a performance of Aida held in
the outdoor arena built on the
scene of the ancient baths. The
Italian and French Riviera were
visited before the party proceeded
to Paris.
Following dinner in Paris at
eight o'clock on a Friday evening
Mrs. Carp flew to New York
where she lunched with friends
at the La Guardia airfield the
next day. Mr. Carp returned home
by liner. Remaining in Heidelberg
With the Schwartzs', Ruth accept-
ed a position with the finance
department of the U.S. govern-
ment. She is studying German at
the University at night courses.
The highlight of the entire trip,
according to Mrs. Carp, was their
visit to Italy. "Pictures and books
do not begin to prepare you for
the Wonderful sights you will
see," said the returned traveler.
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Balboa, Canal Zone, announce the
marriage of their daughter Bar-
bara Jane to Manuel Howard
Stem of Hibbing, Minn. The wed-
ding was held Tuesday at the
Windermere East Hotel, Chicago.
The bride chose a white satin
gown trimmed with sequins. She
carried a white Bible decorated
with orchids and stephanotis.
Maid of honor, Miss Ann Stein,
was gowned in pink taffeta with
matching gauntlets.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Ethon Hyman.
Nate Greenberg of Chicago was
best man.
A wedding trip to New York
and Washington followed the re-
ception and dinner at the hotel.
Mrs. Stein attended the Universi-
ty of Georgia while her husband
is a graduate of the University
of Minnesota where he was a
Phi Beta Kappa.
Morton Palmer Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Morton W. Palmer, son of Sid-
ney H. Palmer, president of Con-
gregation Beth El, and Mrs. Peggy
Palmer, will become Bar Mitzvah
at services Saturday morning. A
kiddush and reception for friends,
relatives and members of the Con-
gregation will follow the cere-
monies.
Coming from out-of-town to at-
tend the Bar Mitzvah are rela-
tives from Cleveland, South Caro-
lina, Atlanta and Birmingham. A
family dinner for out-of-town
guests will be given Sunday night
at the Hyde Park Hotel. Morton
is a student at Miami Junior High
school.
Jovce Lippman
To Wed Jan. 9
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lippman,
1506 Pennsylvania Ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter
Joyce Lenore to Donald Berman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berman
of Cincanniti. The wedding is
scheduled for January 9. Joyce,
formerly of Newark, N. J., was a
student at the Miami U.
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Barry Gray, radio commenator is shown here making final
plans for the gala Fashion Show and Dance to be presented by
the Miami Beach Unit of Jr. Hadassah on Sunday afternoon.
November 14. at the Martinique Holetl, at which Mr. Gray will act
as commenator of the style show. Fashions will be exclusively by
Wahl's. Lincoln Road. Pictured, left to right are Mr. Gray, Miss
Frieda Ankus, ticket chairman; Miss Lillian Aronson, publicity
chairman; and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, vice president and chairman
of the entire affair.
Fashion Show
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Benefits Children
On Sunday, November 14 at 2
p.m., Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah will present its gala
fashion show and dance in the
outdoor patio of the Martinique
Hotel. Barry Gray will act as com-
mentator. Proceeds will go to
Meier Shfeyah, the orphaned
children's village in Israel, which
is solely supported by members
of Junior Hadassah throughout
the country.
Wahl's of Lincoln Road will
present the latest in ladies fas-
hions for the show. Mrs. Gerald
P. Soltz, who is in charge of fund
raising for the organization, will
act as chairman, assisted by Miss
Phyllis Wilpon and Marcia Levin
handling the concentrated sales
drive; Freda Ankus, tickets; Roz
Elbaum correspondence; Natalie
Samuels hospitality; and Lillian
Aronson, publicity. Music for
dancing will be provided by
Danny Yates and his orchestra.
Admission will be $1.50. Tickets
may be obtained from any Junior
Hadassah member or at the door.
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+Jewislincrknan
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
12, 1948
Drewich Will Head
Miami Hebrew Cong
For Third Year
Landau Chapter
Appoints Leaders
The season's activities for the
Clara Landau Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women began with
a pre-election talk on November
1 by Jack Gordon, Democratic
leader. Mr. Gordon presented the
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening service at 8:15
Wit* Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating. Servios will be
dedicated to the Sisterhood. The presi-
dent and two vice presidents.
Mrs.
anTlVMrT Sam August will Participate.
Rabbi Shapiro will Umum tto mUeet
Wherein We Have Palled! After
will be
offering
platforms of the four major j ,$ JB^Tfci* Hi^UtfW
parties. On November 8 the group
held a general business meeting at
which final plans for the "Sadie
Hawkins Day" party were dis-
cussed. The affair will be held on
Saturday evening at 8:30 at the
home of Florence Sissenwine of
Miami Beach. All paid-up mem-
bers and their dates are invited.
On Monday, November 15, an
open meeting will be held at the
Beach Y at 8:30 to which all girls
between the ages of 18 and 25
are invited.
The organization opened the
program for the coming year with
a new slate of committees and
committee chairmen, as follows:
A D.Lm Shirley Friedman, chairman,
Lorry Finke and Marilyn Miller; ath-
letic, Charlotte Uuodman, chairman,
Lenore liergida, Gloria Mantel and
Muriel singer:
Heiiny
H. M. Drewich
Announcement has been made
of the re-election of H. M.
Drewich for the third consecutive
term as president of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
It was during Mr. Drewich's first
two terms that the new building
housing the school at 1101 S.W.
12th Ave.. was completed.
Also elected were William
Weintraub, first vice president:
Mrs. Harry Steinbeck, second vice
president; Mrs. Nathan Coulton.
third vice president; Mrs. Joseph
Schwadron, re-elected financial
secretary; Mrs. Edward L. Becker,
recording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Minkoff, corresponding secretary.
Jack Stone was re-elected to serve
his third year as treasurer.
In appreciation of his work as
chairman of the building commit-
tee, Benjamin Sokoloff was un-
animously elected to the board of
directors. Also elected to serve
on the board: Max Apfelbaum,
Gershon August, Ralph Bargteil,
Ed. I. Becker, Sam Blank, Wil-
liam Clein, Hershey Glantz, Dave
Kleber, Harry Minkoff, Harry
Shear, Leo Sheiner and Ben Stone,
and the Mesdames Herbert Feld-
an, Max Jacobskind, Ed. A. Moss,
Benjamin Sokoloff, Jack Stone
and Wm. Weintraub.
Deborah Group Hears
Palestine Discussion
Mrs. L. G. McCaffrey of the
Christian Committee on Palestine,
spoke to the Deborah Group of
Hadassah at a meeting Monday
afternoon. Her topic was "The
State of Israela Christian Re-
sponsibility." Others on the pro-
gram included Mrs. Leonard
Beldner, chairman, who presented
an "American Affairs and Educa-
tion" program; Mrs. Martin Genet,
who gave a report on current
events; and piano selections by
Maxine Karol. Mrs. Leo Levin,
chapter head, presided at the busi-
ness meeting.
community service,
Rosen thai and Evelyn Kaplan,
. o-chalrmen, Shirley Collegeman,
Sheila Wellman, Jo Zinner, Elaine
Schwartl and Marcia Sable; cultural.
Rosalvn Kivel, chairman, Carol
SVhultz, Arlene Slsselman. Bea Finn
and Peggy Wilks; membership. Elaine
BchwartS, chairman. Sheila Wallman.
Anna-Mae Sable; newspaper, Muriel
Singer, chairman. Doris W einberg,
Norma Thalblum, Ignore Bergida,
Selma Rubin, Arl.ne Slsselman. Char-
lotte Goodman and 1'eggy Wilks. over-
seas aid, Marcia Sable, chairman.
Sheila Wallman, Eva Rosner, Margy
Stern, Norma Thalblum and Rosalyn
Elbaum; publicity, Lorry Flnke, chair-
man. Selma Rubin: religious. Eva
Rosner, chairman. Sheila Wallman:
social. Arlene Siss.lman and Marjorie
Stern, co-chairmen, Marilyn Miller.
Teirv Shuman, Elaine Schwartz.
Lenore Bergida. Muriel Singer, Gloria
Mantel and Charlotte Ooodman; sun-
shine. Marcia Sable: telephone, Doris
Weinberg, chairman; Marcia Sable.
Terry Shuman, Norma Thalblum,
Charlotte. Goodman and Arlene Slssel-
man.
the services the Sisterhood
hosts at a reception. Floral
will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Kaaow in memory or Mrs.
Kaaowe father. Sabbath services Sat-
urdav morning at S:30 and students
services at 10:30. A Klddush w 11 fol-
low tbe services. Sunday School Sun-
dav at 10 a.m. Hebrew School daily
Mondav through Thursday from 3.30
to 6:3" p.m. Bus transportation Mon-
days and Thursdays.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 3:30.
Late Fridav evening service S:la p.m.
Annual AZA-BIiC, Sabbath Services
will be conducted by our local groupB.
Participants: Eleanor Ooodman,
Phvliss Schermer. Herbert Buchwald,
Morton Smith. The sermonette will be
preached by Barton I'dell. Joan os-
heroff will bring greetings on behalf
of HHfl. Rabbi Dehrman will preach
on "Who Holds The Key?" Cantor
- Jacob V. Goldring will chant the serv-
a>. Ice assisted bv the Center Choir under
>n the direction of Hen Yomen. Saturday
morning service at 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah
of Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Glnsburg. Junior Congregation at 9:30.
Center vouth breakfast Sunday morn-
Ini* at 9:15 in the chapel. Hebrew
school Mondav through Thursday 3:30
to 6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to
noon. Fre-klndergarten school Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to noon.
Jewish Community Centex,
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Fridav evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Jvaufman will speak. Oneg Shab-
bat following the service. Saturday
morning service at 10.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Fridav evening services at 5:13;: Sat-
urday morning at 8:30. The Rabbi
will speak on "Travel and Learn.'
Saturday evening services at 4 o clock.
The Rabbi will address the congrega-
tion on 'Immigrants Identity." Mln-
cha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos
and a program of Hebrew songs and
Zmiros. Daily services at 7:30 a.m.
Class In Mlshna will be addressed by
Rabbi following the services. Class Is
discussing various phases of capital
punishment. Services at 5:15 p.m. fol-
low ed bv a class In Jewish laws and
customs. Class will discuss the laws
appertaining to the sanctity of the
Sabbath Maariv at 6 p.m. Regular
congregation meeting Tuesday eve-
ning at the synagogue.
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington Ave- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Fridav evening services at 5 p.m.
Saturdav morning at S:30. Rabbi M.s-
eheloff will speak on "Going Forward."
Services will be chanted by guest
cantor I. Jacobson. formerly of Chi-
cago and Baltimore. Jr. services held
for children of elementary school age In
the Religious School annex at 10 a.m.
under direction of Max Bertman of the
faculty. Kiddush will be served under
direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mln-
cha at 5:30 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday School
at 9:30 a.m.
Congregation Beth EL 590 S.W.
17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Cantor Milton Friedman.
Friday evening services 5:30. Satur-
day morning at 9 a.m. Studnts' serv-
ices at 10 a.m. Par Mitzvah of Morton
William Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sldnev H. Palmer. Mlncha at 5 p.m.
followed by Shalos Suedos. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Daily rcllirk,
from 3:30 to 6 p.m. C"K1
REFORM
" school
Beth David Annual Tea
At Miami Women's Club
The annual membership tea
given by the Beth David Sister-
hood will be held at the Miami
Woman's Club on Wednesday at
1:30 p.m. A musical program will
be featured with soloist Ruth
Brotman, accompanied by Anyuta
Melicov at the piano. A newcomer
to Miami musical circles, Miss
Sally Snow, will render several
selections. Mrs. William Danziger
is program chairman with Mrs.
Harry Laufer, chairman of the
day.
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Sisterhood To Participate
At Beth David Service
The Sisterhood will participate
in services Friday night at Beth
David Synagogue. Mrs. Alex
Stiebel, president, will speak. Also
participating will be Mrs. Harry
Laufer and Mrs. Samuel J.
August. The Sisterhood will be
hostess at the Oneg Shebbat fol-
lowing the services.
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: Dr'
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerilu.
Dr. Marius Hanson .,t
Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale
guest speaker. His t,, ,.,.
"Don't Limit God." Rabbi
will conduct the services.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An
drews Ave. Fort Laudetdale
Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at s
Rev. John H. Hang,-r, Part j.*"}-
Methodist Church of Krt lZJ$$
Ranson!
Temple
will bj
will be
Zwitman
will be replacement" "for Dr*"-""*
who will speak
a
b
who will speak at Temple Israel Mi
ami. Rev. Hanger's sermon tonic ?,',
be "The Need of the Hour &*
School Sunday at 9:45 am "gl0U9
m.
4925
Temple Isaiah. 4925 Collirj
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Datid
Raab.
Friday evening servi at
Rabbi Raab will speak on "The W
of Israel-Enduring p.,,,,. n.,..:,! :
following the services iw)r,.,3
Sunday at 9:30 Bunda) school at (i
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Friday night services at 8:15. Rabbi
Kronish will speak on "What Is the
Jewish Ideal of Peace?" An Oneg
Shabbat will follow the service in the
patio. Saturday morning service at
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GENERAL
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus, University of Miami
Children's services at 10 a.m. Adult
Bible classes 10 a.m.
ORTHODOX
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Simon April wil speak on "Our
Firm Resolution." Mishna class at 5
p.m. Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed
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rJewisii fhridfiann
PAGE ELEVEN
Letters To The Editor
preladiee
November 8, 1948
To The Editor,
The Jewish Floridian,
Dear Sir:
It is my earnest opinion that
personal prejudice and behind-
the-scene politics influence Brit-
ish Secretary Ernest Bevin against
the State of Israel. The British
and Chinese influence is primarily
responsible for the adoption of
the amended resolution that the
State of Israel withdraw from her
positions won in the recent of-
fensive in the Palestine desert.
The State of Israel should not
withdraw a single inch!
Had conditions been reversed,
I ran visualize Bevin telling all
the members of the United Na-
tions Security Council, "let them
stew in their own juice."
One point is crystal clear and
all fair minded people regardless
gardless of their politics and geo-
graphical location must agree.
The Israeli government has been
fighting its own fight and to-date
has not borrowed millions or bil-
lions of American dollars as did
the British and the Chinese! The
Israeli government has financed
itself with voluntary contribu-
ttions from Christians and Jews
alike. Can the British and Chinese
boast of such a fact? You bet
they can't.
The United States even now is
behind the eight ball after ex-
tending loans of billions of Amer-
icans dollars to the British gov-
ernment during World Wars I
and II of which not a single cent
has or ever will be returned to
us. As for the Chinese, we have
been loaning billions to them too.
In both cases it has proven just
throwing our good and hard
earned American dollars into two
ratholes.
Both the British and the Chin-
ese should pull in their oars.
They are drifting out into danger-
ous waters by maneuvering
against a new born nation that
is striving to live so that others
may live.
It is my frank opinion that the
present British Socialist govern-
ment would "take milk away from
an infant just to satisfy their own
belly." They are selfish, narrow-
minded, self-centered, prejudiced,
and their distateful actions are
not conducive to making and
holding friends in any part of
the world. As for the Chinese,
they should use a mirror to re-
flect their own shortcomings. The
Chinese had better try to un-
tangle the irregularities in their
own government, otherwise they,
too, will find themselves on the
wrong end of the stick.
In sum and substance, it is ap-
parent that both the British and
the Chineses are more than en-
vious of the new State of Israel.
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They unquestionably resent the
progressive strides that Israeli is
making in spite of the severe
obstacles confronting them and
without involving the rest of the
world. An accomplishment that
the British and Chinese cannot
deny!
Yours truly,
CLAUDE D. ARMSTRONG.
Miami Beach.
From Texas
Mr. Fred Shochet
Editor, Jewish Floridian
Dear. .Mr. Shochet:
I recently had the pleasure of
reading "The Jewish Floridian"
and was very much interested in
he various activities of the Jew-
ish community of Miami. Unfor-
tunately there was a news item
that struck a bad note. Although
it isn't my policy to intervene
in the activities of another Jewish
community, nevertheless I am
taking the privilege to do so in
your local situation.
I refer to the Hallowe'en dance
sponsored by the Tropical Lodge
B'nai B'rith held on Shemini At-
zereth. While it is true, as Mrs.
Gelbert stated, that the B'nai
B'rith is not a religious organiza-
tion per se, it is also true that it
is under Jewish auspices and
therefore to hold such a party on
an occasion which is not a re-
ligious one, as far as we Jews are
concerned, is a misdemeanor
made against the Jewish com-
munity.
The young men and women who
were invited to this affair are the
future leaders of Miami and
American Jewry. If they are ed-
ucated to conduct social events on
the Jewish festivals, how long
will Judaism be alive in this
tountry? I feel that the leaders of
B'nai B'rith in your city should
think seriously about this unfor-
tunate situation and take steps
to prevent a reoccurrence in the
future.
I am writing this letter because
I am in the field of Jewish ed-
ucation and have worked with
the Jewish youth on the campus.
I make the above statements with
the purpose of expressing an
opinion to prevent the rise of
chaos in the Jewish ranks.
I hope to have the pleasure of
reading your paper more often.
Sincerely yours,
PHILIP GORODETZER,
Texas.
Ardmore Studio
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith launches membership drive on Miami Beach with car cavalcade
under the direction of membership chairman, Louis Sherman.
The group enrolled more than twenty members in house to house canvassing last week.
Pictured in the cavalcade photo above from left to right front row, A. J. Kaplan, president of the
chapter, Louis Sherman, Dr. Norman Russ and Morris Roth.
From left to right rear row, Dan Wolf son. Melvin Richards and Leonard Tobin.
Normandy Students
To Visit Chest Agencies
Students of the Normandy
school will receive practical
knowledge of the manner in
which the Community Chest funds
are allocated by visiting the Fam-
ily Service, Mental Health Socie-
ty and the Negro Service. Jerry
Carver, social studies instructor,
is heading the project.
Unveiling
An unveiling ot a monument to
the memory of the late Sarah
Berman will take place Sunday
at 2 o'clock at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
ficiating. Friends and relatives are
abked to be present.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, m
Goldstrom Night
For Beach Lodge
Sol S. Goldstrom of Miami
Beach, will be honored next week
by the Miami Beach Lodge of
B'nai B'rith for his 56 years of
activity in B'nai B'rith. Mr. Gold-
strom was a charter member of
the Salt Lake City Lodge in 1892.
He transferred to the Omaha,
Nebraska, Lodge in 1895 where
he participated in service work
together with the late Henry
Monsky. who became national
president. Mr. Goldstrom is a
LEGAL NOTICE
Sol Goldstrom
charter member of the Miami
Beach Lodge which was organ-
ized three years ago.
A special program in his honor
has been planned for 8:30 p.m.
on Tuesday at the Beach Y.
Scheduled to speak are Milton A.
Friedman, president of the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges:
Isaac Levin, past president of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 5; Presi-
dent Harry Zukernick and pro-
gram chairman David R. Isen. A
special award will be presented
to Mr. Goldstrom.
The affair, to which city of-
ficials and other dignitaries have
been invited, will be open to the
public. Refreshments will follow
the ceremonies.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nth judicial circuit in am>
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 1203*9.
PAULINE MAE FIORDILISO. Plain-
tiff, vs. SALVATORE PAUL, FIOR-
DILISO, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FI/ORIDA:
TO: SALVATORE PAUL FI OR DILI SO
179-11 150th Road
Jamaica South, Long Island,
New York
You 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 9 day
of December. 194S; or a Decree Pro-
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 9 day of November. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
JC8EPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
17";! congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
11 12-19-26 12 3
NOTICE TO APPBAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tin:
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
120285.
EVELYN M STUART. Plaintiff, vs.
BRUNO WILLIAM STUART, De-
fendant.
You, BRUNO WILLIAM STUART.
17.S.S Allagash A097. co Postmaster,
New York, New York, are notified to
file your appearance In the above
cause for divorce on the Kth day of
December, A.D. 1948, otherwise decree
pro confeaso will be entered against
you.
Dated this 10th day of November,
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
11/12-19-26 12/3
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBUCATION
iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD CIAI CIRCUST IN AND
TOR DADE COUNTY. FLgWDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No.
fANET OBERLAND. Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE OBERLAND. Defendant.
To: George Oberland.
1046 E 35th Street.
Brooklyn, New York:
You are hereby ordered to file > our
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by JANET OBERLAND. on or before
,,. v day Of December. 1918.other-
wise the allegations of said bill will
ba taken as confessed by you.
DOVE AND ORI'ERED this 8 day
0( November, A.D. 1948
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) p GomD
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
11 12-19-26 12 a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctlt ousname of
i s.,.v Village Texaco at 201 K. n
Avenue Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the t lerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
''''""'''' RALPH. ROBERT and
NORMAN ROSEN.
11 5-12-19-26 12/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Edison Auto Supply and Tire Co. at
5902 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla .
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
EMMANUEL COTINO
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
11/12-18-26 12 3
Miss Potasnick To Lead
New Zwitman Chapter
Of BBYO Groups
Miss Carol Potasnick has been
elected president of the newly-
organized Colman Zwitman Chap-
ter B'nai B'rith Young Women,
it is announced by Howard Lieb-
man. B'nai B'rith Youth Activities
director.
The group draws its member-
ship from the Normandy Isle area
and is composed of young ladies
between the age of 18 and 25.
Elected to serve with Miss
Potasnick are Shirley Neilinger,
vice president: Harriet Feinberg,
recording secretary; Louis Wein.
corresponding secretary: Dolores
Deringcr. treasurer; Lenore Gold-
berg, reporter.
The Zwitman Chapter brings to
a total of nine the number of
B'nai B'rith women's units in this
area.
Girls wishing information re-
garding the group may call Miss
Potasnick at 6-9391.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I. S lie Cream Company at 2117 N.
Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade
"ount v. Florida.
LOUIS POWESKY
SOPHIE POWESKY
II 12-19-26 12 3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DON'S SUNDRY & LUNCHEONETTE
at 41 N. E. 14th Street. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ABRAHAM GOTTLIEB
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
1204-05 Pacific Building
Miami 32. Florida
10/15-22-29 11/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Raub's Hardware Service at 5131 S.W.
Mh Street Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida _______
MANUEL F. RAUBFOC.EL
MARTIN F. RAUHFOGEL
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
1023 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
11 5-12-19-26 12/3
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 17399.
RE: ESTATE OP
CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH.
i 11 ased %
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator
C.T.A. of the estate of CAROLINE P.
BRUMBAUGH, deceased; and that
on the IS day of December. 194S, 1
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
HI,ANTON County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator C.T.A, of the Estate of
CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH, de-
< ased.
This 1st day of November. 194S.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
As Administrator C.T.A.
NAT L. WILLIAMS
Attorney for Administrator C.T.A.
11/3-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 1*0161^^
EVA ZEGADI/O, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY
JOHN ZEGADLO. Defendant.
TO: HENRY JOHN ZEGADLO
33.1 East 10th Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified and required
to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed
In the above styled cause, on or before
Nov. 29th. 1948, otherwise the Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
against you. Let this order be pub-
lished once a week for four suc-
cessive weeks In Jewish Floridlan, a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this 28 day of October, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
10/29 11/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Marshall-Drake Upholsterers at 1635
S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAURICE KORNICK
Sole Owner
10/29 11/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Saymeyer Company at 117" S. W. 23rd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MEYER I. BIX1CK
Sole Owner
10/29 11/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
South Miami Clinic at No. 7 U. S.
Highway, South Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with th<
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
Countv, Florida.
DR. JAMES T. RO.S'S, JR.
Sole owner
10/29 11/5-12-19-26
Hapoel Mizrachi Group
Has Membership Dance
Hapoel Hamizrachi, the reli-
gious labor Zionist Youth group,
will hold a membership drive
dance on November 27 at the
home of Miss Ruthie Saal, 1500
S.W. 12th Ave. All interested
young people of high school and
college age are invited to attend.
There will be no admission charge.
Refreshments will be served.
Dance music will be furnished by
Walt Lebowitz and his Moonlight
Serenaders.
The group meets every Sunday
at the Hebrew Academy, Miami
Beach. Alternate meetings are de-
voted to Hebrew and Zionist ed-
ucational programs. The Bible
and Hebrew text books are util-
ized to develop the group's knowl-
edge of the Hebrew language and
the Jewish religion. On Sunday
the young people will assist the
SOS campaign in Miami.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
"We-Launder-Rlte" at :<73 8.W. 1st
Street, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida.
G. B. SCHOI.TENS
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1053 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
11 5-12-19-26 12 3
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FTiORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
120299.
BEN LEE ALLEN. Plaintiff, vs.
RUTH HOLMES ALLEN, Defend-
ant.
To; RUTH HOLMES ALLEN
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to I
file your appearance to the Rill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against j
you by BEN LEE ALLEN, on or be-
fore the 6th day of December. 194. I
itherwise the allegations of said Bill j
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 4th day of November. ,
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
.Circuit Court Peal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
M9 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
11/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busness under the fictitious name of
Per] Bros, at 130 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Mi-
ami. Florid*. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
' ourt of Dade Countv, Florida
A. S*. PERL
,,-,, MICAEL PERL
11 '-12-19-26 12/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till".
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FI 120290.
ROBERTA PILI.AR. Plaintiff, vs.
LEONARD PILLAR. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: LEONARD PILLAR
Address Unknown.
You 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 4 day
of December, 194S; otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
we*k for four consecutive weeks in
the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
DATED this 4 day of November,
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1703 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
11/5-12-19-26___________________
For bast investment buy U. S.
Saving Bonds.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTRE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
',,^'.'i'rs,,,!";l,7,.,.h,f' ""tlio>i name of
I OPJ LAR HOMES at 54.'. West Flag-
ler Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to
Florida. CU" "rt of Dadc Count>-
ALEX H. RICHARD
.-no sheiner ""-AFROCK
Attorney for Applicants
l??i"0.5 r-aclfip Building
Miami. Florida.
11/5-12-19-28 12/3
NOTICE TO APPfid
'VI^Sffif^TCOURT^OF THE
119 268 CHANCERY. No
I'RALPH W. GOODE
Address Unknown
on or before the 30th dav o!\1
oers' ^ikWCSffiw5
ssrt r/-
of Dade and State of piL,.1, Cou_nty
da^ofd0c,,obe,rl.a794SFl0rlda' th"
n3i B; '-EATHERMAN
fClrouIt CoC;kSe0aVhe Clrcult c-
MARX M. FABER*' M' C FE1GE-
Attorney for Plaintiff
" Congress Building
Miami. Florida-
I'J/29 11/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FliORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
120,016-D.
ADA FARRELL, a widow. Plaintiff,
vs. COAST I'll., INC.. a Florida
corporation, et al., Defendants.
To: HELENA ROSEN ISA I'M, and If
married her unknown spouse;
residence unknown;
WILLIAM A. RAWSON. and if
married. his unknown spouse.
residence unknown;
If living, and if dead, all unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees,
creditors or other parties claim-
ing by, through, under or against
either or any of said defendants,
who are not known to be dead or
alive: and all other persons or
parties otherwise having or claim-
ing any right, title, claim or in-
terest in and to the following de-
scribed property, situate, lying and
being in Dade C<*mtv, Florida,
to-wit:
Ix.t Four (4) in Rlock One (1) of
WOODSIDE PARK, a Subdivision
Of Dade County, Florida, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof, recorded
in Plat Book .I, at pane 2s of the
Public Records of Dade Countv,
Florida.
You are hereby notified that a suit
to QUiet title to the above described
property has been filed against you In
the above eatitled cause and you are
hereby required to file a written ap-
pearance to the bill of complaint filed
In said cause with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before the
:10th day of November, A.D. 1948,
otherwise a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated this 27 dav of October, 194K.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
., Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
10/29 11/3-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
in t?nfcl*^
ELEVENTH JUPIcfu **
OF FLORIDA. IN W'l.Wm n''IT
COUNTY. ,n &&&#$*
ant. *>., Defend.
TO: DORIS JOAN MACY c/n
Women's Christian Assocu,J0"1*
High Street. Orn v".,.tl011. 1
the Kthlay *No^CbV%ff %l
wise Decree Pro Confesso ^un-
entered against vou w|" *
];iDa,ed this 18th day of October,
E. B. LEATHEP.MAV
(Circuit Court Sea?, f Clrcu" Court.
By M. C. PEIOE
SAMUEL J. Raxd AttnEHS Cler><-
617 Seybold Building Alt0InJ'
Miami. Florida
10/22-29 11/5-12
NoT.cu'- BR?MNvER' "*"I
MiTIi h is hereby given th.i .
have filed my final report anfl ..'., '
S'tr-rx1'^ ;v^K
apply to the Honorable W. L*n
ton. County Judge of Dmi. '*"
Florida, for approVal of ^fd fSSS"*
port and for final discharge mm
mlnlstrator d.b.n. of the a,/d;
"Ml vm&srV
-ASMAN, SIllv^I Sggff
RUDY TRAUTMAN. Plaintiff v.
fc75 VV. IKOth St.
New York City, N Y
You are hereby required to file
'IM'-arance In the above action for
divorce on or before the 17th l"vof
November, 1948, otherwise, a rw.
Pro Confesso will be entered against
9Dated this ISth day of October,
E B. LEATHERMAN,
,. .. 'erk or the Circuit Court
Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
HAROLD SHAPIRO 1""","V CWt
Solicitor for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/22-39 11/0-12
iv J?,RDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nth judicial CIRCUIT IN AND
F?3 ,'.,AI,R COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERr, No. I800U,
KATE STEWART DONATI, Plaintiff,
ys. LESTER VICTOR DONATI. Df-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: LESTER VICTOR I'i'NATI,
\ldiess Unknown
You arc hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Rill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above
"Vied cause on or before the 22nd dav
of November, 1948; otherwise the al-
legations of mid Bill of Complaint
w-lll be taken as confessed aglnrt
you.
Let this Order l>e published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a new?-
paper published In Dade Countv, Flor-
ida.
DATED this 20 dav of October,
......
E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
,____ Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1708 Congress Bids.,
Miami. Florida
l" -'-' 29 11/6-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given t hat the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VANDERBILT MEN'S SHOP al 2""J
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I lade County, Florida
JOSEPH GLAUBER
Sole Owner
10 22-29 11 '5-12
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 120Q9R.
LUCY LEFKOW1TZ, Plaintiff, vs.
LOUIS LEFKOWITZ, also known as
LOUIS' LEFCOURT. Defendant.
To: Iuis Lefkowltz, also known as
Louis Lefcourt, Address Unknown:
You arc hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the hill of
complaint for divorcefiled against vou
by LUCY LEFKfAVfTZ, on or before
the 26 day of November. 194S. other-
wise the allegations of said hill will
be taken as confessed against vou.
DONE AND ORDERED this 25 day
of October, 194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(< inuit Court Seal)
By R H. RICE, JR.. I
OEOROE J. TALIANOFFPUty ^^
So'., iior for Plaintiff
1" 19 11/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is hereby given that the
uniei signed desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MY SISTER AND I at 2655 Coral Way,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register the
-iM lame \ylth the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
.,.,.,. IDA JUFFE, Owner
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
'.IT Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
10/29 11/5-12-19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engace in
business under the fictitious name of
O, I. Joe Armv Navy Surplus at 14J0
N. W. 62nd Street. Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOE ZALIS
10/15-22-29 11/.-.-12__________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol THb
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'**"
FOR MADE COUNTV. FL< >RIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No. 1M1M.
BMANUEL J. TUISIS, I'laintiff. '
MIRIAM EDITH TUBIS, Defend-
ant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MIRIAM EDITH TUBIS
697 South 17th Street
Newark, New Jersey .JorH
You are hereby notified and orders
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you m l"'
abovt-stjled cause on or before u"
28 day of November. 1941; or a JA
cree Pro Confesso will be enterea
against you. .oig
DATED this 28 day of October. !>
E. B. LEATHtRMAX
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _, ^.^
Deputy Clerk-
JOSEPH MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1708 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
10/29 11/5-11-19


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1948
Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan Head List Of Patrons
For Miami Y Thanksgiving Eve Dance
At a special meeting of the social committee of the Miami
Y, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan were unanimously chosen to head
the list of patrons and patronesses of the Thanksgiving Eve
dance to be held at the Miami Y, Wednesday evening, Novem-
ber 24, at 8:30 o'clock.
The other patrons and patron-
esses, the members of the board
of directors, include: Mr. and
Mrs. Max R. Silver, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Essen, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Seitlin, Miss Jean Guberman, Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Al Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Bermann, Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Blumberg, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldman, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Sher, Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Apte, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacob-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz,
Fred K. Shochet, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Grossberg, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Apte, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. Braver-
man, Mr. and Mrs. George
Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Coulton, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Coulton, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cutler,
Mrs. Nina Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Dwoskin, Gene Ehrlich, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Faber, Rabbi and Mrs.
Murray Grauer, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Grossberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kratish, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lef-
court, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Morris L. Popover, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Rubin, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Sachs, Theodore J.
+Jew 1st fkrldlnn
PAGE THIRTEEN
Sam, Seitlin
Social Chairman
Sakowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Scher, Miss Shirley Seitlin, George
Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. John Temple,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weber, Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, Mr.
and Mrs. George Wolpert, Mr.
and Mrs. Barney Yaphe, Mr. and
Mrs. George Rachlin, Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Oren, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton S. Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul P. Sobel.
Sam Seitlin, chairman of the
committee, has stated that many
surprises are being planned for
that occasion and urges everyone
to make reservations for tables
immediately by calling the Y.
Committtee Announces Advance Sales
Good For Community Concert Series
\a u a a*. Associated Photographers
k-. the Coral Gables Chapter and the Sholem Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, join with
jTS"f groups in sponsoring the 3rd annual Hallowe'en party for patients at the Pralt Veterans'
nospuai. been serving home-made cookies at the "B'nai B'rith Cake-walk" are: (L. to R.) Mrs.
Bernard Abramson. Coral Gables Chapter; Mrs. Tena Kati, Sholem; Mrs. Bernard Stone, Coral Gables:
Mrs. wave Silverman. Sholem; and Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, Coral Gables. The two women's groups
support year round service projects for the veterans at this hospital. Not shown is Mrs. Lenore
Curtice, bnolem Women Hospital Service representative.
Mrs. Louis Sigal, publicity
chairman for the Community Con-
cert Series to be presented under
the auspices of the Beach Y, an-
nounce that advance sales of
tickets testifies to the growing
taste of Miamians for the finer
type of entertainment. The com-
mittee, headed by Leo Huberman,
doubled their efforts this year to
bring to Miami leading artists.
Beginning on Wednesday, De-
cember 8, and continuing through
Tuesday, April 5, the concerts this
year will feature Dougherty and
Ruzicka, duo pianists, Dec. 8;
Jean Caadesus, pianist, Jan. 10;
Mischa Elman, violinist, Feb. 7;
Andres Segovia, guitarist, March
2; and Rose Bampton, soprano,
April 5.
A small number of subscription
tickets are still obtainable by
calling the Y or Mrs. Leo Huber-
man at 6-6811.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Is Chairman Local
Chapter Of United World Federalists, Inc.
Beth El PTA
Will Hear Cannes
A short business meeting wil
precede the program given by the
Beth El PTA on Thursday at 8
o'clock at the Beth El building.
A vote on the new constitution
will be held. Oscar Rappaport is
chairman of the committee.
Guest speaker will be Abraham
P. Gannes, director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. He has chos-
en as his topic "Bring the Jewish
School Into the Home." A film
"Birthday of a Prophesy," will
follow his talk. Refreshments will
be served.
Chairman for the evening is
Mrs. Stahl; program chairman,
Mrs. Ernest Chernoff. Mrs. Milton
Sachs, organization president,
urges all parents to attend.
be made at the organization's new
Center.
At the home of Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan a branch chapter of the
United World Federalists, Inc. was
recently organized. The purposes
of the organization are "to bring
about a world community favor-
able to peace; to work to create
a world federal government with
authority to enact, interpret and
enforce world law adequate to
maintain peace."
Temporary officers who were
elected include Jacob H. Kaplan,
chairman; Judge Galan, vice
chairman; Arthur H. Courshon,
secretary; and Judge Harold B.
Spaet, treasurer. Joining the new
chapter, which has received its
charter, were Morris Kwint, Dr.
Robert Litowitz, Judge Daniel P.
Galen, Harry Adams, Jr. Joseph
P. Pomerance, Dr. J. H. Klock, in
addition to the officers named
above. The following transferred
to the chapter from other
branches: Richard Zion, Davis
Jane Weizman, Mrs. Louise Osius,
Miss Bertha Foster, Miss Maxine
Bublitz, Mrs. Elizabeth Antonovia
and Mrs. Warren C. Freman.
The list of charter members
will be held open until the next
meeting, date to be announced.
Interested persons will be invited
to attend.
The international organization
has been endorsed by Albert E.
Einstein, W. T. Holliday, Standard
Oil Company president, Carl Van
Doren, historian, and includes
many prominent Floridians on the
state advisory board.
CHICKEN "A LA KlNG"
Truly a reoal dish!
Delicious, Kosher .
Ideal for tempting
year 'round menus.
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
CHICKEN "A LA KING"
like HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN
FRICASSEE and other
chicken products, makes
quick, tasty meals_______________
Dislributed by
PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 6-3938
Israel To Benefit
From Masada Dance
Arnold Berman, publicity chair-
man of Masada, announces that
Mel Murray and Canay and his
Latin American rythm will fur-
nish the entertainment for Satur-
day night's dance to be given by
the organization at the Ritz Plaza
at 8:30. Admission will be 98c
with proceeds donated to the
State of Israel: Resident Gil
Rappaport is chairman of the af-
fair.
Mr. Berman also announces a
meeting on Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
at the Youth Center, 14th and
Euclid. An SOS speaker will be
featured. Members are asked to
bring cans of food to aid in the
current drive.
We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
WEAVER PIANOS
MARKLEY'S
NEW LOCATION
24 S. W. 20th AVE.
PHONE 82-3404
Visit Brokerage Office
Students of the Lear school
economics class received a lesson
in the intricacies of stock market
functioning and organization
when they visited the offices of
Bache and Company, brokers, on
Miami Beach.
,-IMMEDIATE SERVICE
REASONABLE PRICES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
ENGINt OVERHAUL
BRAKE SERVICE
*
MOTOR 1UKE-UP
LUBRICATION
*
ER0NT-END ALIGNMENl
*
PAINTING SEAT COVER*
NEW and RECONDITIONED
MOTORS
rLOIUA'S mCSI MODtt. rACIllliC' '
NEW rCilWAR IfWfrtlW
and
"KNOW.HOW MECHAWXAl ST. If
BUDGET HAN IF DESIRiO
SAM MURRAY
INC
r v..- wm r...J
1417 ilSCATNt BOULEVARD
PHONE 9 4761
TRUCK DIVISION
*! N. E 27TH STREET
PHONE 9 '>;
pii-m ouivi .d CA'Ilri.nv
Workmen's Circle Completes New Structure
Celebrating the completion of t building and arrangements may
its new Cultural Center at 25
Washington Ave., the Workmen's
Circle, Branch 692, will hold a
banquet on Sunday, November
21, at 6:30. According to Leon
Elkin, secretary, the new build-
ing can accommodate 600 persons
and will be utilized as a meeting
place for lectures, concerts and
banquets. The general public will
be permitted to rent space in the
Need Help in a Hurry?Call
A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
White and Colored Help
Phones 9-5317 9-8727
51 N. E. 5th Street
AL MEIDENBERO. Owner
Let us do your
CATERING
HOTEL DINING ROOM
STRICTLY KOSHER
746 Washington Avenue Ph. 58-5343
Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers.
Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash
WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH
2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082
Community
Concert
Series
Auspices YM & WHA
of Miami Beach
Dougherty
Ruzicka
Duo Pianists Wed., Dec. 8
Jean
Casadesus
Pianist Mon., Jan. 10
Mischa
Elman
Violinist Mon., Feb. 7
Andres
Segovia
Guitarist Wed., March 2
Rose
Bampton
Soprano
Tues.. April 5
Miami Beach High School
Auditorium
Series of Subscriptions $7.50
Federal Tax 1.50
Total S9.00
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
YM & WHA of Miami Beach
1536 Bay Road
Miami Beach Radio, 19 Lincoln Road
Morris Bros., 1251 Washington Ave.
Amidon's. 250 Alhambra Circle,
Coral Gables
Ardmore Studio
738 W. 41st St., Miami Beaeh
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 8-631*
I BSSSSll I ^.-SSJZssSl^w


PAGE FOURTEEN
+Je*lslincri(fiari
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12,
1948
ELIEZERJCAPLAN
PRODUCED By NORMAN S SOL MODEL
________re.x.T 6 V M A ft C Ru T N t n.
Born in russia in is9i,and an act-
ive Zionist since youth, he was
destined to become israel's first
minister of finance......
AGRAOOATE OF THE TRADITIONAL"MED;KAPLAN
ALSO EARNED AN ENGINEERING DEGREE AT THE
TECHNICAL INSTITUTE IN MO5C0W IN 1917.
MN DURING HIS STUDENT DAYS HE lAYtO A
LEADING ROLE IN THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT IN
RUSSIA AND WAS ONE OF THE ORGANIZERSOF
ZEIRE ZIONrZIONIST YOUTH GROUP.

AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR.HE
WAS A MEMBER OF THE JEWISH DELEGATION
TO THE PEACE CONFERENCE IN PARIS. IN 1923
HE TOOK UP A PERMANENT RESIDENCE IN
PALESTINE.IN 1933 HE WAS ELECTED A
MEMBER OF THE WORLD ZIONIST EXEC-
UTIVE AND ASSUMED LEADERSHIP OF ITS
FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT.IN 1942 HEBE-
CAME TREASURER OF THE JEWISH AGENCr.
KAPLAN HAS ALSO SERVED FOR MORE THAN A SCOPE OF
TEARS ON THE TEL AVIV MUNICIPALITY.THE EXECUTIVE
Of THE HI5TADRUTH(PALESTINE FEDERATION CF LABOR)
AND IN THE JEWISH NATIONAL COUNCIL.
HE HAS VISITED THE U.S. SEVERAL TIMES
DURING THE PAST DECADE IN THE INTERESTS
OF VARIOUS ZIONIST DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES.
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FOLLOWING THE PROCLAMATION Of ISRAEL
ON MAY 14,1)46.HE WAS NAMED MINISTER
OF FINANCE. HE HAS WON THE ESTEEM OF ALL
JEWS FOR HIS FINANCIAL ACUMEN S INTE&Rin.
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Rabbi Prero Named
Director Of Zionist
Youth Commission
Rabbi Amram Prero was de-
signated national director of the
American Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, the co-ordinating agency for
general Zioni.-t youth activities.
it was announced here by Her-
man L. Weisman, chairman, and
Dr. Miriam Freund. co-chairman
of the commission. Rabbi Prero
enter* d upon his new duties as of
Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota,
and later occupied the pulpit in
Lexington, Kentucky.
For some five years, Rabbi
Prero was connected with the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations,
first as director at the University
of Florida.
Our Film Folk
November 1. He succeeds Dr.
Shlomo Bardin, who has assumed
the national directorship of the
Brandeis Youth Foundation.
As director of the American
Zionist Youth Commission, which
is a joint effort of the Zionist
Organization of America and Ha-
dassah, Rabbi Prero will be re-
sponsible for over-all planning,
guidance and coordination of thej
following four National youth or-
ganizations: Young Judaea, Inter-!
collegiate Zionist Federation of j
America (IZFA). Masada and Jr. i
Hadassah, as well as stimulating
Zionist understanding among un-
affiliated youth.
Rabbi Prero served until re-
cently as national director of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations.
He is a native of Palestine, and
came to the United States at an
early age. He was educated at
the University of Chicago and or-
dained by the Hebrew Theological
College. For a time, he served
as Jewish liaison at the Mayo'
Chaplain Rosen
Killed In Crash
Chaplain (1st Lt.) Solomon
Rosen, 24, of Brooklyn, the new-
est Jewish chaplain to enter the
armed services of the United
States, was one of eleven Air
Force officers killed in the dis-
integration of a transport plane
Monday in eastern Oklahoma,
identification of the Brooklyn Air
Force chaplain was made to the
Division of Religious Activities.
National Jewish Welfare Board
fJWB\ which had given Rosen
ecclesiastical endorsement.
Chaplain Rosen, who was en-
route to his home, 3100 Brighton
Third St, on leave, had survived
a previous air disaster, in 1945
when a B-29 he was in exploded
In flight over Tevas, also killing
eleven men. He managed, then,
to parachute to safety, with sev-
eral others.
The son of the late Army Chap-
! lain Herman L. Rosen, also of
Brooklyn, who lost his life in a
Irowning accident off Brighton in
1943. Solomon had put aside his
rabbinical studies during the war
to serve with the Army as a
paratrooper, making twelve non-
combat jumps. Following his
Army discharge, Rosen resumed
his studies and was ordained by
the Mesifta Rabbinical Seminary.
Brooklyn, in 1946. A graduate.
with the highest honors, of the
Chaplains School at Carlisle Bar-
racks. Pennsylvania, he had com-
pleted his first chaplaincy assign-
ment at Scott Field, 111., and was
engaged in his second, at Shep-
pard Field, Texas. He had just
completed heavy duties, arrang-
ing and conducting Jewish High
Holy Day. Atonement, and Suk-
koth services for the Jewish men
in his area and was on his way
home for a rest.
Chaplain Rosen leaves his wife.
Violet, who had served with the
War Records Bureau of JWB, his
mother, Eva. and a brother. Ep-
The 1948-49 legitimate season j
on Broaway will be notable for
the number of Jewish name
dramatists represented. For the
first time in many years, virtually
all the established authors will
be active. That includes both the
dramatic and musical fields.
Top playwrights and composers
who will have shows presented
this coming season include George
Kaufman and Edna Ferber
(Bravo"), Arthur Miller ("Plenty
Good Times"), S. N. Behrman
("Jane" and "Speak To Me of
Love"). Edward Chodorov ("Sig-
ner Chicago"). Clifford Odets
("Winter's Journey"), Ruth Gor-
don ("Leading Lady"), Bella and
Sam Spewack ("Perfect Pitch").
Elmer Rice ("Not For Children").
Moss Hart ("Light Up the Sky").
Lillian Hellman ("Naked and the
Dead"). Gerson Kanin ("Smile At
the World"), Sigmund Romberg
("My Romance"), Kurt Weill and
Alan Jay Lerner ("Love Life"),
Allen Borets ("45 Minutes from
Broadway"). Harold Rome, with
Philip and Julius Epstein ("Al-
fred the Average"). Rodgers and
Hammerstein ("Tales of the South
Pacific"), Norman Krasna and
Groucho Marx ("April Fool"),
Marc Blitzstein (musical of the
"Little Foxes"), Benny Levy
("Clutterbuck. ")
Ethel Merman has signed to
star in her own television series,
to be produced by Martin Gosch.
The show will be submitted to
agencies and sponsors in about
a week, in presentation form. It
will have a revue format, stress-
ing legitimate thcatere material
and values, and will be offered in
both 60-minute and half-hour
length. Actress-singer, currently
starring in "Annie Get Your Gun"
won't go on the road with the
musical so she'll be available for
the series.
Jack Benny tells us that he and
his troupe traveled over 10,000
miles during the past summer en-
tertaining in the United States,
England and Germany. Mary ap-
peared on the stage with her hus-
band Jack for the first time in
eleven years when the comedian
played the Palladium in London1
and toured in Germany for the
army.
Jack says he didn't miss his golf
either when he appeared in Eng
land this summer. He played
every day on all the courses
around London. Incidentally, al-
though many of the radio pro-
grams are changing their cast and
format, Jack's show returned to
the air on NBC with the sarm
gang, portraying the character:
that have endeared them to mil-
lions of listeners. Jack is the all
time champion in audience meas-
urement standings for the past
16 years. He started his 17th con-
secutive year on NBC several
weeks ago, a record no one has
yet equalled!
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DP seeking to build a new home in the new State.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12,
Conference On Israel To Hear Full
Discussion Of Problems Of New State At
Series Of Meetings Starting Nov. 21st
Twenty-eight meetings on the Palestine issue have been
scheduled to take place in the Greater Miami area on Nov.
21, 22 and 23, according to an announcement made by Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, chairman of the Southeastern Conference
on Israel, which is sponsoring the Conference in association
with the Greater Miami Commit-
tee for the Study of Israel, the
American Christian Palestine
Committee and the Greater Miami
Zionist Emergency Council.
The series of meetings, which
will begin with an All-Faiths*
Ilabbi Lehriiian
F lies to Detroit to
Install Brother
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
leave tomorrow night for Detroit
where he will install his brother.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman at B'nai
Moshe Congregation. He previous-
ly filled the pulpit at Beth David
in Buffalo. N. Y. Assisting in the
ceremonies will be Rabbi David
Aaronson president of the Rab-
binical Association of America.
Rabbi Lehrman is following a
precedent set by his father of in-
stalling in the pulpit members of
his family.
Dr. Clark Eichelberger, exe-
cutive director of the American
Association for United Nations
will be one of the speakers at
the Southeastern Conference for
Israel.
Worship and Forum at Bayfront
Park on Sunday evening, Nov.
21, will include luncheon, tea,
dinner and college meetings be-
fore Dade County Bar Association,
Kiwanis, Lions, Exchange, Civitan
and Federated Women's Clubs;
the University of Miami; Dade
County Teachers Association;
Ministerial Alliance; Miami
Chamber of Commerce; Junior
Chamber of Commerce; and the
United Nations Cooperative Coun-
cil. In addition, a number of
broadcasts will be held over local
Miami stations.
In announcing the series of
meetings Dr. Williams said, "This
is perhaps one of the most far
reaching efforts made in any sec-
tion in the United States to bring
to the citizens of a community a
clearer understanding of the
problems which today beset the
newly formed State of Israel, and
its relations to the world of na-
tions. The speakers who are com-
ing here have been chosen with
an eye to their expertness and
knowledge of the subject. I am
sure that these activities will ren-
der a greater service to all men
* and women who seek light on this
issue which is now one of the
important items on the agenda
of the United Nations."
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Poale Zion Elects
Officers For New Year
The A. D. Gordon Branch of
Poale Zion. Labor Zionist Organ-
ization of America, held elections
at their meeting Tuesday night at
which the following officers were
elected: chairman, Rubin Smulin;
vice chairman. Regina Moss; cor-
responding secretary, Leo Gold-
man; recording secretary, Ro-
chelle Ross; treasurer, Dr. Eman-
uel Pushkin.
Committee heads appointed in-
clude: political actions, Morton
Rosenbaum; educational, Regina
Moss; funds raising, Dr. Emanuel
Pushkin.
The A. D. Gordon Branch will
hold an Oneg Shabat this evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Breen.
Free Sons Of Israel
Sponsor Games Party
The Strath-Haven Hotel, on the
Ocean at 4th St., will be the
scene of a games party on Thurs-
day night at eight o'clock given
by the Louis D. Brandeis Auxil-
iary No. 199 of the Free Sons of
Israel. Refreshments will be
served and the affair is open to
both men and women. Admission
will be $1.00 with proceeds de-
voted to various charities. Tickets
may be obtained at the door or
by contacting Miss Edna Finberg
at 5-3809.
Young Judeans Organize
New Hatikvah Club
The newly organized "Hatik-
vah" Club of Young Judeans will
meet Sunday at 7 p.m. at Cong.
Beth El. The constitution will be
voted upon, chairmen will be ap-
pointed, and plans for installation
of officers discussed. Girls be-
tween the ages of 10 and 13 are
invited to attend, according to
chairmen Jeannete Ochs and Jean
Nevel.
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Beach Y Drive Secures New Members
The membership campaign of
the YM & WHA of Miami Beach
is now in full swing with the or-
ganization seeking to enroll one
thousand new members. Among
the many activities which the Y
Workmen's Circle Has
Fourth Annual Banquet
The fourth annual banquet of
the Workmen's Circle school will
be held Sunday at the Lyceum,
1545 S.W. 3rd St. Members and
friends are invited to attend.
Tickets for the dinner and the
program which will follow are
$2.00. The affair will begin
promptly at 6:30.
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the roster. The campaign is under
the direction of Mrs. Milton Sirkin
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Palmer Reelected
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Re-elected unanimously S.i
week was Sidney H. Palmer pZ*
ident of Congregation Beth ]"
O^er officers
elected include.
A. M. Bear, U
^President;
D; Sln-ger, 2nd
V1<* president;
Joe Zalis, record-
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Zisman, financial
secretary, and
Moms Pepper,
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of directors were: Abraham Pen
per, Phillip Berkowitz, Dan Wein-
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Harry Steinberg, Gerald Pert
Wallace Maer and Max Mintzer
Sidney H. Palmer, Abraham
Pepper and A. M. Bear were ap.
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