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The Jewish Floridian ( November 19, 1948 )

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M^wiislUEIIiOJpidliiaun g^ME^l-NUMBER 46 Combini ng THE JEWISH UNITY and T HE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMJ7 FLORIDA, FRIDAY!" NOVEMBER 19, 1948 Withdra Most Of PRICE TEN CENTS I PARIS. (JTA)—The withdrawI of Israeli troops to their posibns of Oct. 14 and the established new Egyptian lines in L desert must be completed by Viday, November 19, under the jrms of an order communicated lis week to both governments by King mediator Dr. Ralph Bunche. lie order establishes a "neutral" |N. zone consisting of most of le Negev. |Dr. Bundle's communication to two governments also offered good offices and that of the Itire UN. staff in Palestine to fist the belligerents in underJting the negotiations envisaged [the Security Council resolution I Nov. 4. He also requested that i governments supply his chief [staff. Brig. Gen. William Riley, i the names of the officers on kh sides who will be responsit for the withdrawals, as well [the schedules and the routes [be followed by the troops. he po.-ition assigned to the Ispli troops by the acting mediafollows: "Beginning at the font where the 14 Oct. truce line ;ses the Khaffa-Julis road then iitheast to Julis then east to Bis, Juseir, Zeita to the 14 Oct. bee lines at Huseinayi; elsekere, following 14 Oct. true line, pmplete withdrawal of all milij forces other than those main^ied in the Israeli settlements Ithe Negev for safety purposes prior to 14 Oct. shall be made to points north of that line." The Arab forces are left a narrow corridor starting about eight miles north of Gaza and extending one-and-one-half miles east of the main Gaza-Majdal road and running parallel with the road from this point south to the Egyptian frontier. That is the western demarcation line. The eastern— Jerusalem-Hebron — line runs about two-three miles west of the Bethlehem-Hebron road from northeast to southeast through a point about nine miles northeast of Beersheba and Dhahiriya. From Grand Jury Indicts Miamians Ten persons, including Irwin R. Schindler, of 1425 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, were indicted on charges of conspiracy to unlawfully export three B-17's from Miami to Palestine on June 11, when Miami's Federal grand jury met this week. Twenty-one other persons were named as co-conspirators, but not as defendants. Paul Geller, identified as a Miami Beach resident, was named one of the 21. The grand jury heard more than 25 witnesses from all parts of the country who were involved in the alleged exportation of military aircraft to Israel forces in Palestine. there the line turns due east through Samu to the Dead Sea. The remainder of the Negev between these demarcation lines comes under the control of the acting mediator and within this area no troop movements of any kind will be allowed. Patrol activities by either side is prohibited and no armed forces or military supplies will be moved except as authorized and supervised by the truce supervision organization. Non-military supplies for the normal needs of the Arab and Jewish populations of the area shall not be subject to quantitative limitation. Beersheba shall be demilitarized, the order says. Israeli forces shall evacuate the town and an Egyptian civil administrator shall administer it as an Arab town. South of Beersheba, the Egyptian forces which were in Beir Asluj prior to Oct. 14 may remain there and Egyptian control of the Beir Asluj-Rafa road shall be recognized as maintained. Before a crowded session of the General Assembly's Political Committee, Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok rejected the report of Count Folke Bernadotte as a basis for discussion and claimed the whole of the Negev, including the Gulf of Aqaba, for Israel. The Israeli cabinet are discussing the order in deliberations resumed last Wednesday. Rabbinical Assn. Announces Sponsorship Of Annual Union Thanksgiving Service The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will conduct a Union Thanksgiving Service on Thursday at 11 a.m. at Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach. The Thanksgiving address will be made by Rabbi Simon April, with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan giving the benediction. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will welcome the assembly and the invocation will be made by Rabbi Murray Grauer. Rabbi M. Kaufman, Rabbi I. Lehrman, Rabbi M. Ranson and Rabbi Colman Zwitman will read from the scriptures, while Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi David Raab and Rabbi Max Shapiro will give responsive readings from the Psalms. U.N. Council Passes Resolution Calling For Armistice PARIS, (JTA)—The U.N. Council this week adopted a Canadian resolution calling for the establishment of a formal armistice to replace the truce in Palestine. The resolution attempts to "eliminate the threat to peace and facilitate the transition from truce to permanent peace in Palestine" by the establishment of an armistice in all sectors of Palestine. It calls on the parties directly involved "to seek agreement forthwith by negotiations directly or through the mediator with a view to immediate establishment of an armistice. Abdullah '"King" JERUSALEM, (JTA) — While negotiations were going on among the Jews, Egyptians and the U.N. in Paris, King Abdullah of Transjordan carried out a political coup in Palestine, proclaiming himself "King of Palestine." the "cornation," which preceded the proclamation, occurred in the" Old City of Jerusalem when Abdullah paid it a visit. Abdullah's proclamation apparently referred to non-Israeli Palestine. McDonald Called TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Special U.S. representative to Israel James G. MacDonald was suddenly called to Paris by Secretary of State George C. Marshall. He will leave here this week. II Faiths Worship and Forum to Open Southeastern inference On Israel Sunday Evening At Bayfront ide Chest Drive peeipts Lagging u e final report luucheon of Community Chest will be held V at the Coral Gables CounClub. Those attending are :d to be present by 11:30. With Inesday's statement that only of the goal figure of $1,013,had been reached, the results he intervening days are being Mted with concern by Comity Chest leaders. A victory Iquet is scheduled for 6:30 on 123rd at the Columbus roof at ch time it is hoped that final orts from lagging division will find the percentage Mly increased. The Southeastern Conference on Israel will officially open with an All Faiths Worship and Forum, to be held on Sunday eveninq, November 21st, 8:45 p.m. at Bayfront Park. In case of rain the event will be transferred to the White Temple, 320 N.E. 2nd Ave. The interfaith idea will be translated into a direct and practical application towards a specific project when individuals of all faiths will worship together for genuine peace and justice for Palestine as a series of meetings,, phiI p g Bernstein, former adAmerican Christian Palestine Committee, which will be held at luncheons, teas, dinners, radio broadcasts, and college events take place in Greater Miami this coming week. Prominent national figures will congregate here to participate in the activities of the conference. Rev. R. B. Giffen, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rev. George H. Ricks, Rev. Edward W. Ullrich and the Rev. Lloyd Whyte will participate in the worship program. Emory Krieger, noted baritone, Adolph Seerth, song leader, and Truman Lord, pianist, will render the musical numbers. The participvisor to Gen. Lucius Clay; Rev. Dr. Daniel A. Poling, world president, Christian Endeavor Society and publisher of the Christian Herald; and Frank Gervasi, head of the Washington Bureau of Collier's, war correspondent in the Middle and Near East. Rev. David R. Hunter, educational director of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, will be the chairman of the forum, and the correlator. One of the highlights of the 30 scheduled events will be a banquet dinner under the auspices of ants in the forum are: Rabbi the Greater Miami Chapter of the the Columbus Hotel, Monday eve ning, November 22, at 6:30 p.m. The speakers on that occasion will be: Major Wellesley Aron, who commanded the all-Jewish Palestinian unit in the siege of Tobruk; Major George Fielding Eliot, famous war correspondent and military analyst; and the Rev. Dr. Daniel A. Poling. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami and co-chairman of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee, will preside. Other speakers who will participate in the meetings scheduled I during the conference are: Dr. Clark Eichelberger, executive director, American Association for | the United Nations; Mrs. Alisa Klausner Eskol, Palestinian born lecturer; Mrs. Welthy Honsinger, Fisher world traveler and authoi; Dr. Ruth Gruber, foreign correspondent for the New York HeraldTribune; Charles J. Rolo, book reviewer for the Atlantic Monthly; and the Rev. Earl H. Tomlin, executive director of the Rhode Island Council of Churches. The above mentioned speakers will address the following groups: Miami Kiwanis Club-, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Bethel AME Church, Ministerial Alliance, University of Miami seminar, Dade (Continued on Page 4) Dr. Daniel A. Poling Bartley Crum Dr. Ruth Gruber Major George Fielding Eliot Rev. David R. Hunter _i %  */^-*ms*ii



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PAGE TWO +Jewish ncridkw FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IQ Miami Y's To Participate At Sessions Of Southern Section Of JWB Convention Local Y.M.H.A.'s are among 20 in the Southern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) that will consider ways and means of implementing the new Statement of Principles on Jewish Center Purposes among the centers in the 11 state area served by the section at the section's forthcomin g annual convention to be held on November 20 and 21 in New Orleans, La. The convention will also weigh rlc.ns for full participation in the forthcoming program of USO, whose reactivation was recently announced. The JWB represents the American Jewish community in USO and will again seek the active cooperation of volunteers and local committees in the sphere of welfare, religious and morale work for men and women in service. This statement, which was adopted at JWB's 1948 national convention last May, describes the Jewish Community Center as an agency with which the American Jew "identifies himself voluntarily." The section convention will also deal with the added responsibilities that will come to the section's centers and JWB as a result of the new draft act. JWB is the agency recognized by the government and designated by the American Jewish community to serve the religious, welfare and morale needs of Jewish personnel in the armed forces. Proposed establishment of a Jerusalem YMHA, cultural problems to be faced by Jewish communities as a result of the creation of the State of Israel and programmatic and services of the expanding Jewish Center movement are other matters to come Ixforc the convention. Highlighting the program will be an address 'The Jewish Center Serves the Community" by Philip Klutznick, vice president of JWB and chairman of the Jewish Center division. Mr. Klutznick has been active in B*nai B'rith work as well as many other communal j services The plonnry session on the "Programs for the Center" which will discuss the implications of the Janowsky Survey will include David White of Houston. Ben Roth, executive director, Birmingham YMHA. Leah Jaffa, music consultant JWB and Samuel Josolowitz of JWB. At the business sessions, reports will be made by: executive committee, Barney Medintz, Atlanta, chairman: youth, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Miami Beach, chairman: camping. Wolfe Lefkoff, Chattanooga, chairman: cultural series, Eph Charninsky, San Antonio, chairman; board institutes, Daniel Schlanger, Houston, chairman: health & physical education Barney Medintz, Atlanta, chairman. Jules Paglin of New Orleans is president of the Southern Section, JWB. and Daniel Schlanger of Houston is program chairman. George Chertkof and Maurice Grossman will be the delegates of the Miami Y to the conference at New Orleans. Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y, will deliver a talk on "Programs for the Aged in a Community Center" at the professional seminar which will be held in New Orleans on Friday of this week. Those attending from the Miami Beach Y include Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs.-Carl Weinkle, Gus Jacobson and Randy Polansky. National Secretary Of B'nai B'rith To Speak Here Maurice Bisgyer, national secretary of B'nai B'rith,.will speak next month to the greater Miami Jewish community folowing his five week trip overseas as a representative of B'nai B'rith at the General Assembly of the United Nations in Paris. Bisgyer is scheduled to appear under the sponsorship of the Sholem Lodge on Tuesday, December 14, 8:30 p.m. at Temple Israel, to report on his tour of Israel, the American zone of Germany and the DP camps. While overseas Mr. Bisgyer conferred with President Chaim Weizmann, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and United States special representative, James G. McDonald. He also took steps to set up a European B'nai B'rith office, addressing B'nai B'rith groups in seven European countries including Great Britain and Israel. The program on December 14 will be open to the public and will be Mr. Bisgyer's only appearance in this area. Wien Is President Of Probus Club Mortimer B. Wien was unanimously elected president of the Probus Club at the annual meeting held recently aboard the club's barge, which was moored in the Miami River until the end ef the hurricane season. The new president is the owner of the Tudor Hotel, Miami Beach. Elected to serve with Wien were Carl Susskind, first vice president; George Wolpert, second vice president; Leo Chaikin, secretary; Donald LaVigne, treasurer. Harry Boyell, retiring president, was accorded the title of commodore. The retiring commodore was Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. It was voted to move the club house barge this week to its permanent location on the "flats" south of Cape Florida. Tamara Chapter to Hear Convention Reports A report of the 23rd national convention of Mizrachi Women of the World held in Atlantic City recently will be brought to the members of Tamara Chapter by Mrs. Charles Turk, president and Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional advisor of the Southeastern United States, at a meeting scheduled for Tuesday evening, 8 p.m. at the Beach Y. Mr. Donald Kaplan, tenor and Stanley Siebel. piano accompanist and soloist, will entertain. Members are invited to bring their friends. Two events on the immediate calendar will be discussed—the spaghetti and meatball supper followed by a treasure hunt, sponsored by Mrs. Israel Slotsky and Mrs. Simon April on Sunday evening, November 28, at the home of Mrs. Slotsky, 1820 S.W. 6th St., Miami, and the theatre party at the Box Theatre, University of Miami for "Laura" Tuesday evening, December 7. Mrs. Jack Snyder, ticket chairman can be reached at 9-0665 for reservations. Sisterhood of Miami Beach Jewish Center Will Give Fashion Show For New Members •m.. cictarKnnH of the Miami Rev. Giffen Is Guest At Beth Sholom Service According to an announcement by Sam Lachman, president of Temple Beth Sholom, Rev. Robert Giffen will be the guest speaker at Temple Beth Sholom's service this evening. His subject will be "A Christian Looks at Israel." Rev. Giffen is executive secretary of the Protestant Service Bureau, the Greater Miami Council of Churches and the Layman's Committee of 1,000. Services at Temple Beth Sholom begin at 8:15 p.m. Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life In*. Co. •07 Blscayne aidg. Ph. 3-4614 or 4-9981 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS 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 The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will present a fashion show and tea on Tuesday at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. William Jasie, 4235 North Alton Road. The affair will be the annual membership event of the organization to which admission is "bring a new member." The fashion show is being staged by Margaret Newman and will feature original styles for the resort season. Bathing suits, sun suits, cotton afternoon frocks as well as cocktail gowns will be displayed. According to Mrs. William Feuer, publicity chairman, a Thanksgiving motif will be used in decorations. She also added that all cakes to be served at the tea will be made by Sisterhood members. Board members will act as hostesses. Mrs. Bertram Thorpe is chairman of arrangements, assisted by co-chairmen Mrs. J u l ius ., man and Mrs. Reba Kohn Th Sisterhood plans to augment 1 present 600 membership by series of events given throughout the season. A goal of 1000 mem bers has been set. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948 I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF University of Miami: A Dream Come True Old timers will never forget 1925 The wildest land boom of all time was rocketing towards %  tg crash. Speculation, overflowing the limits of Miami, spilled over the rest of Florida and finally broke through the state boundaries. Glib-tongued insurance salesmen, who came with scarcely $100 in their pockets, considered themselves millionaires within a year. It is now impossible to recapture the state of mind that prevailed during those feverish days—not even for those of us who lived through that mad experience. During those sizzling summer months, the newspapers reported an interview with George A. Merrick. This visionary founder of Coral Gables had declared that a university would arise on the wild acreage that was then his subdivision. Merrick, at the pinnacle of his career, was accredited with a flaming poetic vision that could penetrate the mists of the future. Yet folks paid scant attention to this prophesy, even if it did come direct from the horse's mouth— to borrow the language of the race track. The college prediction merely became one of the many bullish arguments used in real estate deals to whet the buying appetite of newcomers. Wiseacres considered it clever publicity; yet hardly in the same class with those famous lies, which Doc Dammers boasted publicly, would actually overtake and surpass the truth. Achievement of the Incredible The boom bubble was still dilating when a group met at a dinner party, the approved technique of promoting a deal in "them days." The food was good and the Cuban Barcadi of the Prohibition era plentiful. In the flushed excitement between toasts, enthusiasm ran high. Contributions answered the speeches. Victor Hope, a successful real estate operator, carried away by the exhilaration of the party, gayly signed a pledge to the tune of $1,000,000. Then the bubble burst. A year later, the generous Victor did not have the puce for a club sandwich. People forgot about the university after they kissed their elusive millions goedby. Skeptics raised an eyebrow when the board of trustees leased the Anastasia Apartments to house the infant college. Classes soon commenced in this rambling, triangular structure. In the face of jeers and sneers, Dr. Bowman Ashe, a Pittsburgh educator, had the faith and courage to accept the presidency. It can't succeed, predicted the Cassandras, the wise guys soured by the loss of their fortunes on paper. But in the following year, more students showed up. The additional classes had to meet in neighboring building. A good library accumulated gradually. The coming years brought hurricanes, stock market crashes, the worst depression on record, and the most destructive war in history; but the young growing institution soon lost all memory of the Anastasia triangle. In a word, the university clicked Today, a faculty of 600 professors +Jewist ncrldUan PAGE THREE gives instructions to 9,000 students—one of the big colleges of the nation. An increditable feat for 20 tumultuous years, even for the irrepressable optimism that spells Miami. Jewish Cooperation It would be unseemly to ignore the friendly relations between the University and the Jewish community. Contrary to the general trend that set in after the first world war to limit Jewish students in American colleges, the trustees and faculty set their faces against intolerance and refused to practice the shabby tricks of exclusion. From the very beginning, Jewish students and instructors were cordially received. For years, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan lectured on philosophy to the students. Rabbi Max Shapiro gave a course on Jewish history. Rabbi Albert Michels, the Hillel director, held classes in Jewish civilization. Abe P. Gannes of the Bureau of Jewish Education is now teaching two Hebrew courses. After Pearl Harbor, when the trustees saw difficult times ahead, they decided to solicit $500,000 from sympathetic contributors. As a recognition of the interest and friendly understanding manifested by Greater Miami Jewry, the faculty selected Bruno Weil, a Miami Beach hotel owner, chairman of the campaign. From Miami Jewry came the major portion of the donations. Humanism Without Quotas The cosmopolitan democratic policy has brought its rewards. Students are attracted not only from many states of the Union but from Latin American countries as well. The Hillel Foundation of the B'nai B'rith had the foresight to establish a chapter some years ago. Now it serves the several thousand Jewish youth who constitute about a third of thq entire student body. Last year Ben Bronston endowed a chair for Inter Cultural Relations to study the best methods of easing religious and racial tensions. Today the ultra modern dormitories, classrooms, offices, laboratories, houses, and swimming lake, are an impressive eyeful. The growing stature of the University among institutions of learning is attracting to its staff scholars of note and prominence. It is a tribute to its rising standards that Dr. Murray Sanders left a professorship at Columbia University to join its faculty. This eminent Jewish scientist has earned world wide acclaim for his researches on mice and monkeys to check the ravages of polio and cancer. The importance of Dr. Sanders' work can be gaged by the willingness of the U. S. Veterans Administration to share expenses. A single anecdote will suffice to illustrate the broad spirit that pervades the University. A narrow-hearted Money Bag living in Coral Gables offered to donate a million dollars. But he imposed a condition. Trustees and faculty • must establish a quota on Jewish students. Dr. J. F. W. Pearson, the able and energetic vice president refused the gift with the observation that no amount of money. Mrs. Irving Lehrman To Deliver Report At Women's League Session Mrs. Irving Lehrman of Miami Beach, president of the Florida region, will deliver a regional report at the biennial convention of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue which is taking place November 18 through 22 at Atlantic City, N. J., it was announced here today. More than 800 delegates, representing 450 Conservative Jewish Sisterhoods throughout the United States and Canada, will attend the convention which will mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Women's League. .BIEEBH SiLiD... H H y Hade best, easiest w,th .. HOROWITZ-MARGARETI r >'.-- HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHfl CANNED BONED CHICKEN Delicious with cri.p %  ••• c rKinrv luciou tomatoes. Also get HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHE R CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS and other chicken product., for tasty, tlme.snd.work.ssvma menus. Council Women Present Pictures At Forum A series of motion pictures entitled "The World Before Your Eyes" is being presented by the National Council of Jewish Women at their forum meetings. At two o'clock today at the Colony Restaurant, Miami Beach, the second in the series will be shown. The subject of the film will be "Man—One Family." The public is invited to attend these meetings at a cost of $1.00 for a single attendance or $5.00 for the entire series of six. Mrs. Harry N. Schiff is in charge of the forum. Judge Beckham Talks To Tropical Lodge Meeting Judge W. Beckham, of the Juvenile Court, will be guest speaker at Monday night's meeting of Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith, according to an announcement by Stanley B. Richard, chairman of the child delinquency committee. The judge, who has spent many years in dealing with the problems of juvenile delinquency, will address the lodge members on this subject. The meeting will be held in the conference room of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Mercantile National Bank Building. Miami Beach. It will be open to the public. Beth Sholom And Y Join In Program In cooperation with the extension program of the Beach Y, Temple Beth Sholom is instituting a Junior Activity Day every Tuesday sessions starting last week. The program, which is open to children over 8 years of age, offers the following activities: dramatics, under Lilly Fox; athletics, Jerry Carver; arts and crafts, Sonny Kaufman; music, Hy Fried, and story telling, Pauline Fried. The activities are free of charge and will be conducted for two periods—3:30 to 4:30 and 4:30 to 5:30. however badly needed, would induce the University to forego its enlightened policy of American liberalism. Rabbi Leon Kronish Rabbi Kronish to Address Zionists At SI*; Conference Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, left last week to attend the 75th anniversary conference of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in Boston from November 14 through the 17. On his return trip the Rabbi will attend the 11th annual Southeastern Conference of the Zionist Organization of America which is being held in Charleston, S. C. He will be guest speaker at a reception preceding the opening of the conference tomorrow afternoon. His topic will be "The Birth of a Nation that Rocked the World." 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PAGE FOUR Je*lstrk>rkH*n !" >AV, NOVEMBER 19, EDITORIAL Under standing Israel Southeastern Conference on Israel, under the auspices of the Greater Miami Committee for the Study of Israel, with the cooperation of the Ameriican Christian Palestine Committee and the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council, will congregate a list of celebraties here this week, each of whom in an individual appearance would be an attraction. The coverage by the conference is planned on a large scope and will encompass a thorough discussion of the problems facing the State of Israel. The program has been arranged so as to reach a large and varied audience. In announcing the series of meetings Dr. F. 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." Conference on Israel Sunday We have put our faith in you. Mr. President Will Hot Yield With the immoral backing of an American Sec retary of State who has been repudiated by th President of the United States and with the h h of a decayed Chinese government which ^ rapidly moving toward the precipice of poi^ and military defeat, the evil masters of Brita" uncertain destiny are determined to impose th l own solution of the Palestine problem even f i means wrecking the United Nations and preciDitai ing a conflagration in the Middle East whose repercussions are too horrible to contemplate Unless cleaner hands move to stay Bunche'i order that Israel yield the Negev territory it won in battle with the Egyptians, the iniquitous directive may well become the ignition spark. For it is evident that the shameful order has only one single purpose—nullification in toto of the historic U.N. decision of November 29, 1947. It is also evident that Israel will muster every man, woman and child to defend itself against the designer! of evil and war. It may have to pay a tragic price for statehood, but it will not gield. (Continued from Page 1) County Teachers, Dade County Bar Association, Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs, Ex change Club, Civitan Club, Sponsors' Luncheon. Jr. Chamber of Commerce, United Nations Cooperative Council, Tea and Meeting for Women, Rotary Club, Victory Banquet 1949 Community Chest Drive, Miami Beach Optimist Club, Lions Club, International Relations Club of U. of M., and the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Veterans Committee. sponsors "f thr conference are: Foster E. Alter, K. Malcolm Beal, Dr. John I'. Beery, Clrlc J. Bennett, Rev, H. \V. Blackburn, -Miss May A. Bruni'ail M ISruun, John Henrj ('louse. Mis Win COX, Mr and Mis J B. Davidson. Darrey A. Davis, Dr. \Vm I*. I'isniuk.s, Mr. and Mrs Harry L. Dobba, Mrs Charles Enterllne, Kinjr. Jack Kofoed, Dr. D. K. Larson. Miss Alice MacVlcar, Mr. and Mrs. L,. J McCaffrey, Ernes! M McCrack<-n. Rev. W. V. Meredith, Miss Mary B Merritt, Mrs. James A Mortal.. Robert J Mosher. J. R-ilph M ll Mrs. Alfred W. NVeb, II. El .... street, Pr. J. Rlis Owre, DwiKhi Ozon. Mrs. Russell T. Pancoast, Mrs. Joseph Parker, Hon. Claude Pepper, Dr. Russell A. Raaco, Rev. George H. Hicks, Mrs H. • itei Miami Council of Churchi secret Rev '".." H Ricks, president Greater Miami Ministerial Association; treasurer. Miss Alice at. M:o Vicar, assistant sup. of Public Bchools of Dade County, Miami Y Starts Series Basketball League Game Basketball league games were initiated this week by the Miami Y with the first event between the All-Stars and the Macabee Jrs. held last night. This was followed by a second game between the Habonims and the Bialiks. Participation in the league is limited to organization members and matches will be held on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. On Saturday evening December 11 the All-Miami Basketball League, sponsored by the Miami Y. will hold the first two games of the round robin series. Sunday Musical Series Miss Snow To Present An opportunity for musically talented children and adults to appear in pre-professional engagements is now open to Miamians with the formation of a series of Sunday musicals by Sally Snow, concert pianist, at her studio, 2256 S.W. 16th Terr., at 6 p.m. Miss Snow was a pupil of Paul Gallico and appeared on radio programs in New York City and throughout the New England states. She was formerly the piano teacher of Mimi Benzell, Metropolitan Opera star. Those interested in attending the Sunday musical sessions may contact Miss Snow at 58-3504. Mt. Sinai And City Of Miami Beach Agree On Terms To Acquire Nautilus Site The Mt. Sinai Hospital Corporation and the Miami Beach city council entered into an agreement Wednesday whereby the Nautilus hospital property will be developed, financed and managed by the corporation for the next 25 years. No cost to the city will be involved in the arrangement and the step brought nearer fruition the city's becauge thfi WAA demanded ^ goal of acquiring the property from the War Assets Administration. In return, city council grants the Mt. Sinai group an irrevocable I also asked triat proo f be subfile city show use of all the property involved, including Johns and Collins Islands. The WAA option to purchase after 20 years all the hospital facilities from the city for the present fair value of $1,400,000 less all improvements made by the corporation. City officials said that the agreement was made necessary I Pavements at the site within 30 I days after acquisition of the nosmitted that the facilities would be improved and maintained as a hospital. In the agreement, the hospital corporation agrees to start imAJC Board To Meet The Greater Miami Chapter, Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, will hold an executive board meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. A. A. Hayden, 2331 S.W. 21st Terr., Miami, on Monday at 10 a.m. 10:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. 9:45 A.M. 10:00 A.M. 10:30 A.M. PRE-CONFERENCE EVENTS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1948 Noon Miami Kiwanis Club Columbus Hotel 4:00-5:15 P.M. WBAY Rev. Earl H. Tomlin CONFERENCE PROGRAM SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1948 Mt. Zion Baptist Church Mrs. Alisa K. Ekol Bethel AME Church Rev. Earl H. Tomlin All Faiths Worship and Sunday Evening Forum Bavfront Park MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1948 WIOR Mrs. Welthy Honsinger Fisher Press Conference Columbus Hotel Greater Miami Ministerial Assn YMCA Noon Dade County Bar Association Columbus Hotel 1:45-2:00 P.M.—WQAM Rev. David R. Hunter 1:30-4:30 P.M. University of Miami Seminar 4:30 P.M. University of Miami Faculty Smoker 6:30 P.M. Banquet, Greater Miami Chapter American Christian Palestine Committee Columbus Hotel TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1948 9:45-10:00 A.M. WIOD Dr. Ruth Gruber 10:30 A.M. Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs Lincoln TheatreMiami Beach Optimist Club MacFadden-Deauville Hotel Miami Exchange Club El Commodoro Hote! Miami Civitan Club McAllister Hotel Miami Beach Rotary Club MacFadden-Deauville Hote: Sponsors' Luncheon Columbus Hotel Meeting and Tea for Women McAllister Hotel Miami Jr. Chamber of Commerce Dinner Miami Country Club Victory Banquet 1949 Community Chest Drive Columbus Hotel United Nations Cooperative Council Robert Richter Hotel POST CONFERENCE EVENTS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1948 Noon Miami Lions Club McAllister Hotel 12:30 P.M. International Relations Club University of Miami 3:00-3:30 P.M. WGBS Rev. Earl H. Tomlin 8:30 P.M. American Veterans Comm. of Miami Beach International Hotel Abramskys Celebrate Their First Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Willie Abramsky, 3475 S.W. 28th St.. celebrated their first anniversary on November 16. Mrs. Abramsky is the former Helen Horowitz of Binghampton. N*. Y. A musician. Mrs. Abramsky has toured the country with many all-girl orchestra. Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon 3:30 P.M. 6:30 P.M. 6:30 P.M. 8:00 P.M. FDR B'nai B'rith Meets Weekly At Miami Y The FDR Chapter of Miami B'nai B'rith Young men will meet every Wednesday evening, 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Y, according to Joe Vogel, president. Young men between the ages of 18 and 25 are invited to attend the weekly meetings and join the organization. Daughters Of Israel Sponsor Picture Show The Daughters of Israel are sponsoring a variety motion picture show at the Beth Jacob Synagogue on Sunday at 8 p.m. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of Mrs. A. R. Berow, Mrs. I. Brenner, Mrs. S. Reinhardt and Mrs. E. Lillienfeld. The Bureau of Jewish Education and the Anti-Defamation League is cooperating with the women's organization in planning the event Delegates Elected Miss Elaine Sachs and Miss Thelma Cohen have been elected delegates to represent the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah at the national convention at the Statler Hotel, Washington, D. C, on November 26 and 27. Upon their return the delegates will give the reports at a general assembly. Miss Sachs is president of the Miami Unit, and Miss Cohen education chairman. Miami Responds To Urgent Plea For Cash Funds Responding to the urgent appeal for immediate cash by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a special meeting last Tuesday (November 16) voted to borrow sufficient money from local banks to pay the federation's final installment of $160,000 due to the UJA from the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. The plea by Mr. Morgenthau was in the form of a nationwide telephone conference to which the Jewish leaders of more than fifty communities heard the former secretary of the treasury predict ultimate victory for Israeli in its present war with Arab states. "Israel is the land of miracles," Mr. Morgenthau said. "The Jews of Israel have carved a veritable Burma road out of the rocks ot Judea. They have built up an Israeli Navy in the face of their terrible war. They are keeping open the gates to the displaced persons of Europe. pital by the city, and to operate a 100-bed general hospital as soon as practicable. They also agree to construct a five story, 300-bed hospital on Collins Island for acute cases and to construct at least two stories of this structure to house at least 120 additional beds as soon as possible. The corporation also agrees to develop the present hotel building on the site as a 100-bed hospital for chronic and convalescent cases, and to develop facilities on Johns Island as a health center for convalescents and a rehabilitation area for polio and spastic patients. All developments will be made by the corporation without cost to the city and the corporation agrees to carry at least $100,090 insurance to protect the publics interest. Hebrew Calendar 5709 19 Rosh Chodesh, Klslev Chanukah, 1st day {*£• i. Clianukah, 2nd day .Dec. Published every Friday •'"""? -y The Jewish Floridian at 120 H Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. I-" tered as second-class matter JJ 1930, at the Post Office of """' n*.. under the Act of March I.JW The Jewish Floridian has •"JJH H,e Jewish Unity and the **£ Weekly. Member of the JfWM ]' graphic Agency, Seven Arts Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Associate*. A me can Association of BnrfWHjSJ Newspapers. 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PPIPAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948 Rabbi Zwitman Receives Signal Honor From Union of American Hebrew Cong. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel, was one of two individuals in the United States to be awarded a citation bv the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion for "outstanding service to the Combined Campaign of the Union of American Heb r e w Congregations and the Hebrew Union College for the year 1947-48. Rabbi Zwitman has been honored with two other awards during the past year. With the presentation of an Honorary Reserve Commission in the United States Army, he became the first Jewish Chaplain in the history of the United States to achieve this distinction. He also became the first minister j of any denomination in the State of Florida to be so distinguished. The third citation was presented to Rabbi Zwitman by the Jewish Social Service Bureau for securing 100 new members for the organization. Rabbi Zwitman was recently invited by the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion to make the opening address at their academic session but because of illness was unable to accept. Dr. Samuel S. Hollender of Chicago, chairman of the annual combined Campaign for the maintenance of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, who reported that the 1948-49 campaign would seek a total of $1,829,000, presented the citations at the 40th biennial council of the organization meeting in Boston last weekend. Zwitman's citation was accepted in his behalf by Harold Spaet, past president of Temple Israel. A recommendation that the headquarters of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations to moved from Cincinnati to New York —a proposal which is a subject of controversy within the organization—was made by Dr. Maurice H. Eisendrath, president of the U.A.H.C, in his presidential message. The parley, which is also cele brating the U.A.H.C.'s 75th anniversary, heard Dr. Sisendrath suggest the organization of a successor to the American Jewish Conference. He also proposed utilization of the motion pictures for education in religious schools and adult education programs, creation of a national radio program to speak for Liberal Judaism in America. adoption of a code of ethics and a program of pulpit placement acceptable to both the U.A.H.C. and the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and ratification of a plan for a joint commission of the two rabbinical bodies in the field of social action. An almost twenty percent increase in the number of congregations and a forty percent increase in the number of members during tne past five years in the ranks of Reform Judaism was also reported oy Dr. Eisendrath. A report by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, chairman oi tne combined campaign of the U.A.H.C. and the Hebrew Union Vaio ?n", W Ish Instit ute of Religion, reported that the goal of the 1948 49 fund drive is $1,829,000. Ma. i' n ding rom Miami were Mrs. Louis Zeientz, representing the national Association of Temple Secretaries, and Judge Harold Spaet, as d delegates from Temple Israel. +Jewlst rhriartmn PAGE FIVE Local Delegates Return From Zionist Sessions Returning this week from New York, where they attending the meeting of the economic affairs committee of the Zionist organisation of America, are Alfred Stone, president, Miami Beach Zionist District, Abraham Goodman, national board member of the Z.O.A., and Joseph Lipton, Miami Beach Zionist District. The meeting was held on November 14 at the Waldorf-Astoria, for the purpose of studying the needs and possibilities of economic development in Israel Bernard S. Feiner a board member met the group in New York. Also returning from New York is Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the food for Israel committee of the Miami Beach Zionist District, who conferred with Manuel Posey, national director of the American Zionist Fund, on a special phase of the Food for Israel Orive—the assembly of hundred of freight cars filled with foodstuffs donated by ZOA districts throughout the country, all merging into a Food Train to be formed in New York City early in December. Miami Y Ready For Gala Thanksgiving Eve Affair in Auditorium on Wednesday Rabbi Rackovsky Leads New Mishnayos Group The formation of a Chevrah Mishnayos organization was an| nounced this week and will be led by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah Congregation. Samuel Diamond has been named temporary chairman. The organization is open to the public and will make its headquarters at Beth Tfilah. Classes are held every weekday morning at 8 o'clock. The schedule for general meetings of the group will be announced shortly. C ariliae Chapter Plans Dinner The opening event of the Dade Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, will be held on Thanksgiving Eve, November 24 IJ "' P.m. The affair will be a Nmner-dance including a floor show and will take place at Man"' n n e s Restaurant. Subscription is pb.OO per person and reservations l m ay be made by calling Mrs. S. K'th at 5-5965 or Mrs. G. Glick I at 6-5204. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Mrs. W. ILohen, chairman, Mrs. R. Tarr, co-chairman, Mrs. S. Rich, ticket I chairman and Mrs. G. Gluck coichairman for tickets. Hillel Director Is Guest Oi Rose Chapter B.B. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, will be principal speaker at a meeting of the Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Tuesday, at the Miami Y. The program will also feature a talk by Miss Marian Ginsberg, University senior, and chairman of the Hillel Interfaith committee. Mrs. Norman Reinhard, president of the Rose Chapter, will preside and Mrs. Betty Ann Marshall, program chairman^ will introduce the speakers. Refreshments will be served. Young ladies interesting in joining the group are asked to contact Mrs. Reinhard before the meeting. Enrollment Reaches 75 An enrollment of 75 has been announced by the Institute of Jewish Studies which meets Monday nights from 8 to 10 p.m. Included in the curriculum are elementary and advanced elementary Hebrew, history, Bible and Palestinian songs. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth David, Beth El and the Miami Y the institute is housed at Beth El. Further information about the courses offered may be obtained by calling the Bureau of Jewish Education at 3-5858. Mrs. Fred Grossberg, ticket Kaplan, Miami Y president, first Eve Dance. Wednesday evening, November 24, at 8:30 is the time set for the first gala event of the Miami Y in its new building. Sam Seitlin, chairman of the social committee of the Miami Y, stated that the auditorium will take on a holiday atmosphere, and tables will be set in night club fashion. A series of soft lights permeated the auditorium. Leo Fisk and his eight piece orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. Entertainment will take place during the evening. The admission fee is $2 and includes all purchases after entering the Y. Members of the board have been elected as patrons and patronesses of the dance. Mr. Seitlin requested that table reservations be made in advance as the space is limited. Reservachairman, is shown selling Leon block of tickets to Thanksgiving tion may be made by calling the Y office 3-5489. Tickets are $2 per person including tax. Home For Aged Auxiliary Party Follows Meeting Following a meeting at 11 o'clock on Tuesday at Beth El's auditorium the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will have a luncheon I and card party. Mrs. Etha Beck, | president, announces that tickets at $1.00 may be purchased at the door. To Address Luncheon Dr. Marius Ranson of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will be guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon meeting today at 12:15 in the Downtowner Restaurant. Reopening Today GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave., Miami Beach STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM OPERATED BY MAX FIRESTONE MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW PHONE 5-6617 "SS&'&SL %  %  Don't .Miss Our PARAMOUNT Delicatessen & Pastry Luncheonette formerly of Downtown—N.E. 1st St. 1924 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 4-4680 We cordially invite our many old and new friends to visit us in our new modern shop — in a NEWER and LARGER location! You'll find a variety of the finest foods and pasteries available. Visit us today! MANIJCMWITZ filFWTt FISH IS A PRODUCT OF THF. lAKtRS OF MANISCHIWITZ JMTZ0I We handle August Bros, products exclusively



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PAGE SIX > k M i*f ncridfian FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948 "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 9* DOMESTIC ISSUES: ir.gton for a loan have now Interest of numerous Jewish 1 reached a technical level Osleaders in this country is now j car Gass, the well-known economcentered on the behind-the-scenes | ist> is handling these negotiations activities of Bed Locker, chairon behalf of t h e Israeli governrr.an of the Jewish Agency ex" G .McDonald ecutive in Jerusalem ... He *as. !" < representative in Issent here from. Israel to look into L -=>s P e "„\',* rarrvine out a no circumstances should a separate drive be launched for Israel outside of the U.P.A. ... He is also supposed to settle other grievances which members of the American branch of the Jewish rect peace talks between the Jews and the Arabs • There is no doubt in Washington that Truman will take early steps to implement the pledges of the Democratic Party with regard to Israel American brancn ox me jew*n B %  feel that this mo ve may Agency executive have recently But somewe i developed against the Jerusalem ^J !" ^^ state Department branch of the executive These ^XiwhUe, *J k nds P of drivea j grievances have reached a pom % %  • CQUn ., where some leading members of wlJ the American branch indicated that there is no use in their serving on the executive if matters will not be properly adjusted Knowing Locker as one of the best mediators which the Zionist movement has. I have no doubt that he will succeed in straightening things out Otherwise, the Council of Jewish Federations and try for private loans for various; projects in Israel The Israel; Corporation of America will seek! S3.000.000 in the United States which will be matched with an-, other S3.000.000 by the Israeli, government for the purpose of housing construction in Israel And Eliahu Epstein. Israeli representative in Washington, is now Council of Jewisn t eaerauons ana „„„.„;.„ n f nromWelfare Funds, which is sched; summoning a conference of prom mt^of^^ compelled tohave a s.ong.ay m !" ^ma^in olve' S10Opolicv of the leaders of theCoun000.000 in investmen s expected oil has always been to promote to come from private American and cement unity in American investors Other commema Jewish communal life ... If the pro ects for America^who ma pro-Montor grouo should really be interested.in investing money camout its threat to launch a ; in Israel, enterprises are, now m separatist drive for Israel in comthe making, since the Israeli gWEisenhower's astonishment. Darlan came to his office with a letter signed by a man whom he identified as the "Rabbi of Constantine" which implored the authorities to go very slowly in relaxation of anti-Jewish practices Else, the letter said, the Arabs would stage a pogrom ... The situation became quite delicate for Gen. Eisenhower when a rumor was spread among the Arabs that he was a Jew, sent into North Africa by the "Jew, Roosevelt," to grind down the Arabs and turn over North Africa to Jewish rule The political staff of the U.S. Army in North Africa was quite concerned about this rumor, Eisenhower reveals They published material on him in newspaper and in special leaflets to establish evidence of his ancestry Arab unrest. Eisenhower points out, could have set the American militarv plans back for months Careful handling was, therefore, necessary in order to prevent the Arab-Jewish-French pot in North Africa from boiling over Gen. Eisenhower also gives a touching picture of the deplorable condition in which he found the displaced Jews in Germany after the defeat of the Nazis ... He considers them as the primary victims of the Nazi regime and describes the difficulties encountered in providing aid for them during the first weeks of their liberation. petition with the U.P.A., then the General Assemblv of the C.J.F. ernment is preparing to attract as much foreign capital as possi Uer.erai Assemoiv 01 ir.e _.j.r. %  •• ~, ,. „,,. n t W.F. mav become the most stormy ble to strengthen the economy of Jewish gathering of the year ... the Jewish state ; Already, there is a proposal to revolutionize the entire system of allocations bv the Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to the various national organizations and agencies This proposal recommends the establishment of a National Jewish Welfare Fund to beEISENHOWER'S RECORD: No intelligent American can afford to skip Gen. Dwight D Eisenhowers "Crusade in Europe." just published by Doubleday ... It is the history of World War II and of the aftermath of tionai je\vi>r. nfiime r uuu i<> u>r%  • -— — come the central allocation body!this war. impressively told b> he on behalf of all the federations I person who brought about the and welfare funds in the country ... At present, the leaders of the U.P.A. are conferring with the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds regarding the thirty-three percent representation "which the U.P.A. is ready to give on i*-s governing bodies to Jewish communities However, the same leaders refuse to negotiate directly on the same subject with the group of community leaders which is supportmilitary defeat of the Nazi armies And in this personal account. Gen. Eisenhower throws a very interesting light on the situation of the Jews in North Africa during the war ... He minces no words about the French General Nogues and Adn-.iral Darlan, and tells how they exploited the antiJewish feelings among the Arabs in North Africa to prevent the cancellation of the anti-Jewish laws of the Vichy regime Gen Flagler-Granada To Stage Party For Mew Year Evo Forty members and friends attended the card party given last week at the home of Mrs. Morris Marks by the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Ben Clein, sunshine committee chairman, was hostess. Joe Masters, chairman of the entertainment committee, has announced plans for a New Year's Evesaffair to be given by the organization at the Coral Gables Women's Club. Admission will be by reservation only. Reservations must be made before December 1 by calling Mrs. Sam Weber at 4-0479. Further details will be released at a later date. munitv leaders w.-.icn is buppun*-"— — -—"• -. ... ing Montor The argument ad-, Eisenhower, however, insisted that vanced is: "We do not see our the French authorities ameliorate way clear to negotiate with a anti-Semitic laws and Practices group which threatens to establish a separate drive to compete with the United Palestine Appeal." • • • ISRAELI TRENDS: The Israeli negotiations with and was going far beyond the bounds of "Allied cooperation" in the forcefulness of his demand Appropriate proclamations were issued and the U.S. military command felt that some progress in favor of the Jews had been Beach Hadassah Holds Card Party The Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold a card party on Monday, at 2 p.m. at the Concord Cafeteria, 1921 Collins Ave. Tickets may be secured by calling Mrs. Barnett Beckerman at 5-4827. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Anne Wolf and Mrs. Joseph L. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948 DP Problem On Way to Solution Advisor On Jewish Affairs Relates To JDC CHICAGO, OTA)—"We are now well on the way to solving the Jewish DP problem." Prof. William Haber. advisor on Jewish affairs to the American military command in Europe, told the 34th annual meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee. Some 2,000 delegates from various parts of the United States heard Prof. Haber's "progress report," a +Jew1stFhridUairi PAGE SEVEN Who can read the future? speech prepared by David E. Lilienthal, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, and Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the J.D.C. Dr. Haber, who flew to the conference from Frankfurt, declared that we are now well on the way to the solution of the Jewish DP problem. Although the end is by no means in sight," he continued, "we have crossed the roughest part of the road we have to travel in emptying the DP camps." Some 4,000 Jewish DP's a month are leaving the camps for Israel, he disclosed. Of the 145,000 Jewish displaced persons in Germany, Austria and Italy, Israel will absorb 110,000, while the other 35,000 may expect to find new homes in the U. S., Canada and other lands, he said. Dr. Haber praised the U. S. army personnel in Germany, from General Clay down, for their "work and sympathetic understanding in handling the delicate, complex problem." Contrasting the DP's of three years ago who, he said, were broken in body and spirit, with these same men and women today, Haber found them wearing a "new look of hope and dignity" with "their backs straight, their eyes clear" and looking "like any other human beings." Reporting on his recent visit to Israel, he declared that the former DP's are already contributing to the building of the Jewish state. "To some extent at least, the battle for Israel was won in the DP camps of Germany," he asserted. Lilienthal, whose speech was read for him because he was confined to his home in Maryland on account of illness, praised the record of the J.D.C as an inspiring "example and proof of hunext year's program of assistance would emphasize immigration activities and intensify the reconstruction program. Since the end of the war, he said, the J.D.C. has helped 125,000 Jews leave Europe. Under the resettlement program, he added, 120,000 Jews in 1948 alone have been helped to become fully or partially self-supporting. "But the point where Europe's Jews can lead normal decent lives free from want and fear has not yet been reached," Warburg stated. "This is their goal and ours. If we do not fail them, they will reach this goal. And where -there was almost no life there will again be life." A merger of the emigration services of the J.D.C. and HIAS in Germany was announced by Leavitt. He said the merger was affected to facilitate immigration to the U. S. under the new DP act. He described it as one of several unifying actions the J.D.C. has taken in the past year to consolidate European Jewish aid activities. A resolution supporting the J.D.C. regional program was also adopted unanimously by the board of directors. Alpha Iota Women Plan Dutch Supper Mrs. Rose Goldberg, publicity chairman of the Women's League, Alpha Iota Chapter, announces a Dutch supper and swimming party to be held on Sunday from 3 p.m. to midnight, at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Adler, 853 Sunset Dr., South Miami. Supper will be served at 5:30 p.m. Adults attendance will be $1.00 with children under 12 years of age admitted marutanan and ethical precepts for fifty cents Mrs charlotte F. Hass is chairman of the affair, in action." He added: "You have given to mankind, to a sorely troubled mankind, a living demonstration of faith through works, of brotherly love by deed as well as by word, of compassion for the homeless, the defenseless and the tortured, of tenderness for the fatherless and widowed." Warburg described the "remarkable progress" made by the 1,400,000 displaced Jews of Europe since V-E Day. "They are on the road to life," he said, "an achievement due largely to the more than $200,000,000 the J.D.C. spent in their behalf since liberation." The agency's head then declared that is chairman of with Mrs. Benjamin chairman. the Adler "Difficulties" LONDON, (JTA)—There are "lots of difficulties in the way" of British resumption of refining operations of the Haifa oil refinery plants, Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin this week declared in the House of Commons, when asked if the plants could not be reopened. YouAnd you can do more than that—you can help mold the future. The way to make sure that our town's future will be bright is to see that all our youngsters get the right kind of chances while they're growing up. At Red Feather day nurseries, for children whose mothers cannot care for them all day, we're helping to build well-balanced, healthy, happy kids. When you contribute through the Community Chest, you contribute to those future citizens in the day nurseries. When you give—give enough. Enough for all Red Feather services, enough for a full year. News Brief The board of directors of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach elected Max Orovitz to the board at a meeting held recently. Mr. Orovitz is president of the Alfred Destin Company and co-owner of the Public Gas Company. 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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PAGE EIGHT 9-Jenls^ncr/diar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, Shower Tendered To Charlotte Blumberg In New Jersey More than 35 people attended a miscellaneous shower given last week in honor of bride-elect Charlotte Blumberg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LouLs Fried, 316 Galloping Hill Road, Roselle Park. Among those present was Mrs. Nat Blumberg, mother of the bride-to-be. Charlotte will be married to Stanley Fried on Thanksgiving Day in New Jersey. Hostesses at the shower were Mrs. Herman Shatsky, Mrs. Joseph Waldo and Mrs. George Witt. all of Elizabeth. N. J. Ar. autumn theme was used in decorations. Father of the bride, Nat Blumberg, is en route north where he will remain until after the ceremonies. Marjorie Eaker Becomes Bride Of Dr. Jerome Flceman At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Eaker, of Durham. N. C. Marjorie Marie Eaker became the bride of Dr. Jerome Fleeman, of Miami Beach, on November 6. Dr. Fleeman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fleemar., 4554 Adams Ave.. Miami Beach. Miss Mildred Hartman. of Miami Beach, attended the bride, with David Fleemar., brother of the groom, as best man. A reception and buffet supper followed the ceremonies. Mrs. Fleeman attended Duke University and was associated with Duke Hospital as ar. X-ray technician. Dr. Fleeman attended Syracuse and Northwestern universities. The couple is now at home in Miami Beach. Personally Speaking... Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac Ever, 1415 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son on November 15 at St. Francis Hospital. The bris will be held on Tuesday at the Evers lesidence at 1:30 p.m. Isaac Levin is recuperating at Jackson Memorial following an illness. Cantor Berele Kelemer has rejoined his family at 4219 Sheridan Ave. after six weeks spent in the north. The Cantor conducted High Holy Day services in Detroit for the 11th consecutive year, followed by a visit with his father and mother. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Kelemer in New York. + Mrs. A. Wertheimer left on November 7 for an extended stay in New York and Baltimore, where she will visit relatives end friends. Following a business trip to Chicago and St. Louis, Mr. Wertheimer will join her in the north. They will return to Miami about December 6. Mrs. Ida Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave., recently celebrated her birthday with a family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller were also present. Syms Stollerman of New York, is visiting his cousms, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decky, 905 Michigan Ave. The family of Mrs. Sadie Miller, 846 Michigan Ave., recently had a gathering to honor Mrs. Miller on her birthday. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack, and Mr. and Mrs. Seiqal. + George Talianoff, executive director of the Anti-Defamation League, was surprised by his staff with a birthday party on Monday afternoon. Also present were his wife and daughter Susan and the staff of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith office. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Namoff, 3511 N.W. 18th St., announce the birth of a son David Alan, on October 21 at Victoria Hospital. M M -ft Dr. and Mrs. William H. Koblenz, 711 S.W. 10th St., announce the birth of a daughter Florence Lynn on Thursday, November 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Koblenz is the former Gloria Kirstein. ^_^__ ber of Alpha Omega, dental f ra i ermty, and Tau Epsilon Phi n r Rose is a member of the ShH?" and the Scottish R ltes '"" The marriage is scheduled f or next spring. Ior SOS Final Report Due >ext Week Final results of the SOS drive have not been tabulated, according to Stan Murray, director of the SOS Collection campaign in this area. Mr. Murray stated that a deluge of telephone calls for information regarding delivery of packages poured into the headquarters at the Beach Y after the drive last Sunday making the total collection difficult to estimate at the time the Floridian went to press. Complete reports will be released next week, he stated. 8 COTTON BALL BEDSPREADS Snowball puffs! Closely tufted White and five colors! $£.89 0 Each Twin or double size Imagine a large field of fluffy cotton balls cascading to a luxurious fringe, each puff of chenille sturdily stitched to heavy sheeting to withstand many, many launderings and always look morning-fresh. Cheerful colors of blue, green, yellow, pink and flamingo in the group also in white. You'll see what a difference one will make to your bedroom. Burdine'f, Miami, Domestics, Second Floor Y Junior League Gives First Social A membership dance will be the first social affair of the current season given by the newly formed Junior League of the Miami Y. This dance will be held Sunday, December 5, at 8:30 p.m., in the outdoor patio of the Miami Young Men's and Women's Hebrew Association. Admission will be free of charge, it was announced by Samuel Kessler, membership chairman. The Junior League is a social organization for young men and women over 21 years of age. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the Y. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, December 8. 8 p.m. Young adults are invited to attend. David Kornberg is organization president. Shower Honors Miss Marian Berman Bride-to-be Marian Berman was honored recently with a shower given by Miss Frieda Ankus and Miss Sara Mandel in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berman, 1414 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Marian will wed Charles M. Freefield, 1620 S.W. 44th St., Miami, on November 25 at Temple Isaiah. Guests included Miss Lillian Aronson, Mrs. Lenore Goldman. Miss Florence Hildebrandt, Miss Selma Lewis, Mrs. Renee Newman, Miss Blanche Pieros, Miss Beverly Raphael, Miss Natalie Samuels, Mrs. Rosalyn Soltz and Miss Phyllis Wilpon. Veterans Chapter Meets At Freedom House The next meeting of the American Veterans' Committee will be ; held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in their club rooms at the Freedom House. 4325 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. All veterans are invited to attend. The AVC meets the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at the Freedom House. Invitation to MALTME PLEASURE A #tfn1 wty, • WiflktM wfy ft vOfRTM Mytw IHMK ... tfct pwfet flflvw-U*n4 with mrythin| yt •"• Maxine Kimmcl Engaged To Dr. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louis Kimmel, 7910 Byron Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter Maxine Dennis Kimmel, to Dr. Arthur Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rose, 1520 Meridian Ave. A graduate of Miami Beach High school where she was a member of the National Honor society and the National Thespian Society, Miss Kimmel was one of four students selected by "Teen" magazine as an outstanding senior. She is now studing at the University of Miami. Dr. Rose is a graduate of Emory University where he was a memFlorida Hone\ T moon For Rosenthals At the Netherlands Hotel Sunday afternoon Rabbi David Raab united in marriage Helen Plotkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plotkin, 1135 S.W. 6th St. to Eugene J. Rosenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal, 7149 Bonita Drive. Gowned in white satin, the bride was attended by her sister. Mrs. J. Neurenberg. matron-ofhonor: Mrs. Stanley Lambert and and Miss Henrietta Rosenthal, sister of the groom, as bridesmaids: Linda Schreiber and Marcia Neurenberg, junior bridesmaids; Carol Neurenberg, flower girl; and Gary Lawn, ring bearer. Best man was Stanley Lambert; patron-of-honor, Joe Neurenberg; and usher, Joe Golden. Miss Plotkin, formerly of Chicago, attended Miami schools. The groom attended schools n New Jersey. Flying in from Bradley Beach. N. J., to attend the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Al Lawn, brotherin-law and sister of the groom. Californian relatives of the bride were also present. A dinner for 125 guests was held following the ceremony. The couple is now honeymooning in the state. Spring Wedding For Leonore Wcinthal Announcement has been mad* of the betrothal of Leonore n Weinthal, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Murray C. Weinthal R'na N.W. Miami Place, to Dr A lv n L. Krasne. son of Mr. and Mrs Harry J. Krasne, East Orange^ Miss Weinthal is a graduate of Miami Edison and was a student at the University of Miami" She is a member of several service organizations, among them the Debbs chapter^B'nai B'rith, Dorothy Bornstein chapter B'nai B'rith and is a Senior Service Scout. Dr. Krasne is a graduate of the University of St. Louis School of Dentistry and also attended Temple University. He is a member of AlphaOmega and Pi Lambda Phi fraternities. A staff member of the oral surgery department, Greenpoint Hospital, Brooklyn! Dr. Krasne is on the board of Children's Guardians of Essex County, N. J. An early spring wedding is being planned. Miss Jackson To Wed B'nai B'rith Director At 8 o'clock tomorrow night Leonora Jackson will become the bride of Howard Liebrr.an. Leonora is the daughter of Mrs. Dora Goldstein, 806 S.W. 13th Ave. She is a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Liebman is director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. The double rir.g ceremony. which will be held in the Dora August Memorial Hall of Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., will be followed by a reception at the home of the bride. Rabbi Murray Grauer will perform the wedding rites. HEAR YE! HEAR YE! Reserve Wednesday Nite, Hov. 24 8:30 TILL For the THANKSGIVING EVE DANCE and FROLIC OF THE MIAMI "V 150 S.W. 16th Avenue MUSIC BY LEO FISK AND HIS 8 PIECE ORCHESTRA Refreshments entertainment Contests CALL THE "Y" NOW FOR YOUR RESERVATIONS PHONE 3-5489 11



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1948 C.G. Jewish Center Starts Services At Pratt Hospital Jewish patients at Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables, will have the opportunity of attending Friday night services with the announcement that the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold public services at 8 p.m. in the chapel of the hospital, under the direction of Robert Bergman, recently elected director of the organization. The first gathering will be held tonight and will be followed by a reception honoring Mr. Bergman. Refreshments will be served and the public has been invited to attend. According to the director there are now 37 patients of the Jewish faith at the hospital who have received special invitations to be present. ZJewlstrhrldllari Gables Women Set (giiota Luncheon For December 7 Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith has announced plans for its first annual quota luncheon to be held Tuesday, December 7, 12:30 p.m. at Erving's Restaurant on Coral Way. Irene Patti, soprano with the University of Miami Opera Company, will be featured soloist and the program will include a series of Latin-American dances by the Arthur Murray dance troupe. Mrs. Irving Becker, first vice president of the Women's District Grand Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will be principal speaker. Quota luncheon chairman, Mrs. William Hechler, will be assisted by Mrs. Hy Bernstein, as cochairman. Honorary chairman of the fund-raising affair is Mrs. Nathan Bloom, president, assisted by the following committees: earning projects chairman, Mrs. Arthur Winkleman, Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, Mrs. William Bcrgida, Mrs. Edward Wolf, Mrs. Maurice Corenblum; project captains, Mrs. Johnny Howard, Mrs. Theodore Goodman, Mrs. Lionel Silverman, Mrs. E. Slomowitz, Mrs. Bernard Stone, Mrs. Irving Matlin, Mrs. Sidney Suss, Mrs. Harry Klein, Mrs. Lawrence Simpkins. Further information may be secured from Mrs. Hechler, 4-8943 or co-chairman, Mrs. Bernstein, 83-3230. PAGE NINE %  w&g frgJ* *• Parent-Teacher Association ttSlSSm From^y to S !Lfc S "9 a / m t an u n t Wly ch08en P rinci P al of >• 3E5 SalS,l !" „ 9 a?"* Jack Burris Mrs Irvin 9 Lehrman. Mrs. Sol Sugarman, Sol Sugarman, Mrs. Irving Frankel. Entertainment Features Of Auxiliary For Aged Regular Monthly Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m at the Hyde Park Hotel. A program of entertainment has been arranged to follow a brief business session. Mrs. Abe Gannes, pianist, who was formerly a faculty member of the Henry Street Settlement Music School in New York, will perform. Through the courtesy of Mrs. Benjamin Appel films taken at the recent wedding of two residents of the Home will be shown. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will preside. Members and friends are invited to attend. Pioneer Club 2 Installs Officers The Pioneer Women's Organization, Club 2 of Miami Beach, opened their program for the year with the installation of new officers. Inducted into office were Mrs. Esther Shedroff, president; Mrs. Celi;, Rubin, first vice president; Mis. Miriam Wolfman, second vice president; Mrs. Sarah Malmouth, treasurer; Mrs. Elsie Wegman, financial secretary; Mrs. Zelda Licbman recording secretary; Mrs. Ann Goldberg, local secretary; Mrs. Rebecca Schwartz, corresponding secretary; Lena Mintzes, chairman, Moatzath Hapoaloth, Rose Marcus, Molly vUtner, and Esther Smith, cochairmen; Ethel Dorf, chairman, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Hadassah Rattner, chairman, child rescue fund, with Mrs. Ida Bookspan, co-chairman; Mrs. Yetta Davidsohn, publicity chairman: Mrs. Sophie Kranz and Mrs. Shirley Tarr, ways and means committee; Yetta Davidsohn and M. Shubow, cultural committee. Beach Congress Chapter Adds Seventy Members Seventy new members were enrolled by the Miami Beach Chapter, American Jewish Congress, at a membership luncheon at the home of Mrs. Harry Koretsky, La Gorce Drive, on Monday. Dr. Celia Wohl, Mrs. Betty Feuer and Mrs. Lillian Schwartz became life members. One hundred and fifty women attended the affair. Workshop Seminars The second group of a series of teachers Workshop Seminars conducted by the Bureau of Jewish Education will be held on Wednesday, November 24, December 1 and December 8 for the teachers of grades 3 and 4 in the local Sunday schools. Teachers will meet from 8-10 p.m. for a two hour session at the bureau office, 318 Congress Building, Miami. SALLY SNOW Concert Pianist and teacher oj modern piano technique, has opened her studio in Miami and will accept pupils. 2256 S. W. 16th Terrace Telephone 48-3504 Wlillllllllllilii.:lillilill!!: | lii|i! i :ii ,| M'iii'i;iliiliPiiiiiii i;iiMiiiilliiiillliiil::il:llii!liiiilcll NURSE Can accommodate 1 or 2 convalescents in nice spacious kosher home on the beach. Special diet and care for Cardiacs. 58-2014 iiiiiiiiiniiinnwiMH Specialist in Private Instruction at Pupil's Home Bar Mitzva Preparation H. N. HAIMAN Excellent Hebrew Teacher Phone 9-6216 Rtsfnriirt and Dsllcatassan TMl'ifST IN KOSHER POODS "41 Washington Ave. Miami Beach NOW AIR CONDITIONED Full Course Dinners from $1.25 Special Delicatessen Platters Sandwiches Luncheon Kishka Knishes %  Slrudel Kosher Buffet Tray Service To Your Home We Retail Delicatessen Organizes P.T.A. Preliminary plans for organizing the Parent-Teachers Association of the United Jewish School were made recently by a committee consisting of Mrs. Seymour Blumenthal, Mrs. Louis Esloe, Mrs. James Segal, Mrs. Robert Abel, Mrs. Lee Platt, Mrs. Sam Leiberman and Mrs. Jack Nemerth. An introductory party will be held at the Coral Gables Worn en's Club on Monday evening at 8:15. A program of entertainment is being planned. Abe Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be the principal speaker. Miami Jr. Hadassah To Sell Trees For JNF The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a general meeting on November 22 at the Miami Y at 8 o'clock. The sale of trees for the Jewish National Fund will be discussed. Each tree purchased at a cost of $1.00 will be planted in Israeli bearing the name of the donor. Girls between the ages of 18 to 25 are invited to attend the meetings held at the Y on alternate Mondays. Weinstein-Klappcr The wedding of Rose Weinstein and Henry Klapper was held at Temple Isaiah on Sunday, November 14, with Rabbi David Raab officiating. Silverplating Chrome Brass Gold Furnishings and Fixtures Refinished CENTURY PLATING & ENGINEERING CO. 3134 Coral Way CHARLES POSNER, Owner Tel. 48-2456 Rev. Philip Fried Expert Certified Mohel Graduate of Philadelphia Jewish Hospital Recommended by Local Rabbis Phone 58-3659 DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. MR. JACKIE MAYE and America's Foremost Female Impersonators Res. 9-3100 Candlelight Ceremony Dec. 11 Will Unite Harriet Schiff and Dr. Jules Beckwitt ated with his father in the practicie of optometry. Following a family dinner and reception at the Shelborne the couple will honeymoon in New York before establishing their residence in Miami. In a candlelight ceremony on December 11 Harriet Schiff will become the bride of Dr. Jules Irwin Beckwitt at the Shelborne Hotel at 6:30. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will officiate. Miss Schiff is the daughter of Dr. Nathan S. Schiff, of New York, and Mrs. Sylvia Schiff. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Minskoff, of Miami. Dr. Beckwitt is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, of Miami, pioneer residents of this area. Miss Schiff is a graduate of George Washington University where she majored in psychology. A graduate of the Northern Illinois College of Optometry, Dr. Beckwitt is a veteran of three years' service in the Pacific where he served with the Navy and Marine Corps. He is now associHabonim Groups to Sing The Habonim groups of Miami and Miami Beach will present a program of Palestinian songs and dances during the Oneg Shabbot following late services tonight at the Beth David Congregation. Dinner Party Honors Turks Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk were honored Sunday night with a dinner party at the Colony Restaurant in celebration of their 10th wedding anniversary. Thirty friends were present at the affair. The Turks who reside at 4312 Royal Palm Ave., have three children, Cornelius, Jonathan and Robin. 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PAGE TEN +Jeistncridliar) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948 Momentous Policy And Implementation Decisions To Face Southeastern Zionists The establishment of Israel as an independent Jewish State will give Southeastern Zionists some knotty problems to unravel as they meet in conference at Charleston, S. C, over the weekend of November 20-22. The emphasis no longer will be on the traditional aim of Zionism —the state having arisen after 50 years of unremitting struggle— but rather on what can be done to help make it secure, interpret it to the world, and give it such economic and moral assistance as the circumstances may require. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of theZOA, is slated to address the opening session on Saturday evening, November 21. He is expected to deal with the role of Zionist districts in promoting the objectives of the United Jewish Appeal and will be the spokesman of the administration in underscoring and analyzing national policy. Distinguished representatives of the ZOA will deal with various phases of immediate short term aid and long range economic planning. Abe Goodman, ZOA vice president, will present the program of the Israel Equipment Project, the Israel Corporation and the Economic Affairs Commission. Mrs. William Kirshner. national vice chairman of the American Zionist fund, will discuss the purposes of that project. And Max Gross, national campaign director of "Food for Israel" will speak on the gigantic drive which is now underway to aid the people of Palestine through procurement and shipment of carloads of food. He will be introduced by Jack Maziar, regional food chairman. S. P. Benamy, regional president, will deliver his annual message at the opening session, which will also feature a Havdalah ceremony and the greetings of the Charleston Zionist District, offered by President Ben Epstein and Conference Chairman William Ackerman. Jake Abelson. treasurer, will make his report at this session. Separate panels will be conducted for education and programming, as well as public relations and political action. Alex Rittenbaum of Birmingham will be in charge of the education session with a board of experts leading the discussion, as follows: Rabbi Leon Kronish of Miami Beach. Dr. Sydney Jacobs of New Orleans and Michael Adilman of Savannah. The public relations seminar will be presided over by Jack M. Levy of Savannah and participating as discussion leaders will be Isadore Seelig of New Orleans, Alfred Stone of Miami Beach and Samuel L Eplan of Atlanta. Plenary sessions will be in charge of Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham, Robert M. Travis of Atlanta and Shepard Broad of Miami Beach. The latter will preside over the final session which will hear committee reports, consider current business and elect officers. Troops Greeted TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A jeepload of Israeli soldiers who lost their way inside Lebanon and accidentally reached a Moslem village was joyfully greeted by the inhabitants who asked them for protection against Fawzi el Kaukaji's forces. The Israeli commander of the northern front, however, announced that the army will not occupy this or other villages which have asked for protection. Party To Combine Brunch And Games Mrs. Bess Nelson, chairman of the bazaar committee of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, anI nounces that a brunch and games party will be held on Wednesday in the Temple patio, at 12:30 p.m. The following bazaar booth chairmen will be hostesses: Mes! dames Rose Kelemer, Selma Marcus, Beverly Becker, Estelle I Lemish, Lita Sabath, in charge of infants' wear; Ruth Robbins, Claire Whitman, Betty Robbins i and Peggy Kaplan, in charge of I toys: Jean Chutkow, Mildred Wolff and Midge Warren, in charge of girls' wear. Admission will be any item of merchandise falling in these categories. This donated merchandise will be sold at the Sisterhood bazaar, to be held at the Temple on December 21 and 22. The proceeds will go towards the support of the Temple's Religious school. Beth Sholom Theatre Presentation Features Margaret Newman Creations Two shows will be enjoyed by Greater Miami playgoers who attend the performances of Clare Boothe's "The Women" which will be presented in the auditorium of the Miami Beach High school by the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on November 30 and December 1. According to Mrs. Fred Grossberg, publicity chairman, the gowns worn by the cast which are being designed by Margaret Newman, will be a show in itself. In addition to the Newman creations, the cast will wear shoes by Gainsborough, jewelry by Godfrey Perrell, minks and ermines by Alexander Furs, with lingerie and negligees by Ceil Meyers. Makeup will also be supervised by Miss Newman. According to the fashion designer the show "The Women" offers an excellent vehicle for design interpretations. She is keeping most of the costumes under cover until opening night although some of the ensembles have already been photographed by Harper's Bazaar, Warner Brothers of Hollywood, and Holiday magazine. Miss Newman in addition to her work in the apparel field, has many hobbies, among them nairn ing, sculpting, flying and travel ing. ** Mrs. Grundwerg to Attend Convention Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg, vice president of the Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi women left last week for the north where she attended the national con vention that was held at Atlantic City from November 12 through the 16. Speaking before the 23rd conference was honorary pres ident Mrs. Bessie Gottsfeid, sup. ervisor of the Children's Village in Palestine. Welcome All Our Friends "All Work Guaranteed" PETE All AM* SERVICE STEAM CLEANING & UNDERCOATING GAS & OILS — LUBRICATION 1952 N.E. Miami Court Phone 3-9357 Leonard Abess To Serve As Co-chairman For First Florida Conference Of JDA Representatives of Jewish communities from every section oi Florida will assemble in Miami Beach, Sunday, December 12, for the first Florida conference of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA), it was announced by state JDA leaders. The JDA, currently seeking a national goal of S6,104,540, is the fund-raising arm of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, two national agencies devoted to combatting bigotry and promoting inter-faith amity. The Florida parley is expected to bring more than a hundred leaders from every community of the state to the Roney Plaza for an all-day review of every phase of anti-Semitism and the coordinated program of the AJC-ADL. Co-chairmen of the conference are JDA executive committee members Leonard L. Abess of Miami Beach and Harry W. Reinstine of Jacksonville. Abess, cochairman of the Miami Community Chest Drive, is also a member of the executive committee, ADL Florida Regional office. Noting that the Miami Beach conference will seek to stimulate greater community participation in the program of the JDA agencies, the co-chairmen declared: "Following the pattern of previous conferences, the Miami meeting will seek to determine how our local Jewish communities, in the light of their specific problems on the community level. can gear their local campaigns against anti-Semitism with the comprehensive program of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League. A coast-to-coast turnout of Jewish leaders, representing Jewish communities in every state of the Union, convened today in Cleveland. Ohio, for the opening session of the third annual meeting of the National Council of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA). The meeting will continue through the weekend, adjourning Sunday. B'nai B'rith Girls Stage Annual Penny Arcade The size of your waist line will determine your admission to the Annual Penny Arcade sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Girls No. 14 Sholem Lodge on Saturday, November 20 at 8 p.m., at the Beach Y. One cent for each inch of the waist line will be charged those attending. Dancing, refreshments and surprise events are scheduled. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirror* and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Ask Your Grocer For SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCENCt AND QtROIIlC CASKS in .w. JO~ courr MiAMinoBin* Gables Zionists Plan December Mass Meeting Plans for a mass meeting in December were laid at a session of the planning committee of the Coral Gables Zionist District. The affair will be held at the Coral Gables Women's Club with a prominent guest speaker. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI, FLORIDA DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS OFFER us MANY ADVANTAGES IALITY // FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by VARIETY FOODS GIST., Ci. Phone 3-3761 1028 K.W. 31st Street Carrent Dividend 2% per Annum. Your savings insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (Husband and Wife may have $15,000 insured). Conveniently located in downtown Miami. Alert, friendly officers and personnel anxious to welcome you and to serve you. RESOURCES EXCEED $22,000,000.00 a Special Dime Bank at Dade Federal! Get yours • it's free! AND LOAN ASSOCIATION % OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON, Prtiidnl FOiTY-FfVF. NOITHCAST FUST AVtNOt M IAMI TITUE tQHtradCa muroyp Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over $2,000,000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERHANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured Moro Painting Co, Office Room 302 Congress Bldg. Phone 9-2831 Home Address 3134 S. W. 21st Street Phone 4-7472 No Job Too SmolL Or Too Big



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1948 +Jenisli thrkMan PAGE ELEVEN Miami Hebrew School and Cong. Installs Officers A new slate of officers of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation was installed Wednesday evening in the building auditorium. Mrs. Harry Steinbach, assisted by Ralph Bargteil, was in charge of the ceremonies, with Rabbi Simon April as installing officer. The following have been appointed committee chairmen: Jack Stone, building committee; Max Apfelbaum, by-laws and cemetery; Wm. Clein and Morris Kotkin, co-chairman of daily services: Mrs. Herbert Feldan, hospitality and registration; Dave Kleber, finance; Mrs. Jack Stone, telephone; Leo Shciner, education; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil. co-chairmen of entertainment and programs for the Hebrew school; sunshine, Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz: accountant, Ben Weiner; refreshment, Mrs. Herman Nedclman: house chairman, Adolph Fold man; Mrs. Dave Kleber, sick committee; Mrs. Peter Glazer, adult programs; Mrs. Hyman Abramowitz, Hebrew school monitor; Edward L. Becker, parliamentarian; Hershey Glantz, sergeant-at-arms: William Weintraub, Purim ball: Mrs. Harry Steinbach, ways and means; Mrs. Nat Coulton, membership. ,IM Council Moves Offices Harold Shapiro, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, announces the removal of the offices of the council to 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, room 206. Clara Goldenberg, executive secretary of the council will be in charge of the office. A general meeting of the delegates representing the constituent organizations of the council met at the Tides Hotel on Wednesday and formulated plans for the ensuing year. Jr. Hadassah Dance Enrolls New Members More than one hundred and fifty persons attended the first formal affair of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah which was given at the Ritz Plaza Hotel on November 6. Elaine Sachs, Hadassah president, and Allen Baskin were the winners of the rhumba contest. Dotty Pepper was chairman of the dance committee. A social meeting of the organization was held Monday at the Miami Y. Rita Ross, chairman of the entertainment committee, presented a program of skits, songs and films. Girls between the ages of 18 to 25 are invited to attend the general meetings held at the Miami Y alternate Mondays at 8 p.m. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hive your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satiefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-MOO Organization Of Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter Is Announced (From left to right) Mrs. Irving Becker, guest speaker and first vice president of District 5 of Women's Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith Mrs. Joseph Feldman, temporary treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Silver, temporary president; Mrs. Irving Cypen, temporary secretary, and Mrs. Sam Silver, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B nth Lodges, assembled at a pre-organizational luncheon held at the Colony Restaurant on Tuesday, November 9. Present as honored guest was Rabbi Lehrman, who gave the invocation. Also, Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Harold Turk, president of the Miami Beach Lodge, Miami Beach Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Joseph Goldstein, member of the National BBYO commission and past president of District 5 Women's Grand Lodge. Herbert Silver of the %  Tropical Lodge rendered vocal selections for the group. Those attending as guests of the lodpe were: Mesdames Melvin lienner, .Stanley Richard, Harlan Street, Wlllian Segal, Stanley Segul, Lucille Coldenherg, Herbert Silver, Joseph h'eldman, Saul Fiarnett, Albert SuperStein, .Milton Katz, Malvln Knglander, l.yla Qoodman, Lea Pollack, Kenneth Knopman, Lewis Stelnshein, Leonard Rlvkind, Richard Mai'KoliH, Robert Blank, Ronnie Seiden, Sam Kessler, Irving Cypen, Rabbi Uhrman, Mrs. Irving Becker, -Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Harold Turk, Mrs. Joseph Goldstein and Irving Cypen. The following were elected as temporary officers: Mrs. Herbert Silver, temporary president; Mrs. Irving Cypen, temporary secretary; Mrs. Joseph Feldman, temporary treasurer. There is a membership tea scheduled for the new group on Tuesday, November 22. All young women wishing to join this new group as charter members can contact the secretary, Mrs. Cypen at 5-4853. Century Plating Co. Announces New Location Now established in their new location at 3134 Coral Way, the firm of Century Plating and Engineering, formerly of 1618 Alton Road, is specializing in the plating of silver, chrome, brass and gold. Charles Posner, the owner, states that special attention is given to the refinishing of furnishings and fixtures. AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. NILON ^pZIO S. W. 12th AV. MIAAU-j LA 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE OmCULLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NWTHERK JEWISN mum MB Informal ion Gladt, Futruihtd on Request SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusiv ely Jew /s/i m TOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director Strictly Kosher Dairy, Sandwiches, Sealtest Fountain Service. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juices Extracted. Closed Friday nights and Saturdays. MAYFIELD'S 1461 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill o{ Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER 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 area since 1925. Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $35.00 PttJS CEMETERY CHARGES OPEN SUNDAYS PHONE 4 3249 You may obtain your copy of SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN MIAMI By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST. or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAMI, FLA. Price $2J>0 A III. Director Balkin To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin, associate director of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League will be guest speaker at a meeting of the business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, Monday evening, November 22, at 8:30 p.m. The group will meet at the Miami Y. Mr. Balkin has chosen for his topic: "Civil Rights." Miss Anne Glazier is in charge of the arrangements. Cultural meetings are held once a month and are open to the general public. Members are requested to invite their friends. Miss Rosalyn Klein, president of the organization, represented the group at the 34th annual convention of the Women's Zionist Organization of America held in Atlantic City, November 5 to November 9. Lox And Bagles Served At Miami Y Club Lox and Bagles are the order of the day when the newly organized Business and Professional Men's Lox and Bagle Club meets on Sunday mornings at the Miami Y. Breakfast is served at 9:30 in the Y gymnasium, followed by a round robin volley ball tournament at 10:30. The game session ends at noon when the men proceed to the Health Club, under the direction of Raymond Phillips. Florida Fraternity To Dedicate Plaque At the annual homecoming weekend on November 20, the Florida Delta Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi at the University of Florida will unveil and dedicate a plaque to the memory of those brothers who were lost in the recent World War. The inscription reads: "This plaque has been fashioned through individual contributions for the brother of Pi Lambda Phi, in memory of those seven of their number, in their college, their fraternity, their lives, and their final self-sacrifice in the Armed Forces of the United States in World War II, typified so nobly the purposes and ideals of Pi Lambda Phi. Brother Nathan Aronovitz, Brother Louis Dwoskin, Brother Alfred Kohn, Brother William Mayer. Brother Joseph Pinkonson, Brother Robert Richter, Brother Simon Rothstein." The dedication will be accompanied by a memorial ceremony to be attended by alumni and university officials. W> VBNyT IPS. ^ ponspn '•Sfc T\*OV Snu Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phono 2-7439 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 For Better Service to the Public In Greater Miami... • Up-to-the-minute hi IN equipment, beautifully rumbaed ami decorated throughout, ear new MIAMI branch ilgnoli*ee ear eelIcy el providing funeral —rv U — ef the finest character. 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE IVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 123 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI MACK Phone: 5-1355 — 5-7777 EDWARD T. NEWMAN, Peeerel Dlreetef All EISENIERG, Treo.erer iWMlWVflM. 7th miff AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE



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PAGE TWELVE Committee Chairmen for Beach Center Drive Named fJenlsl ncrMton LEGAL NOTICE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Rudma Picture Co. at 3S22 S.V Sth sr Coral Gables, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ..„..„ CHARLES 8. AMP1 R Sole Owner. BURNETT ROTH Attorney 4i; Congress Rldg. 11/19-26 12'3-in ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCI'IT COI'RT OF THE MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 12"4. FREDERICK C. THOMSON. Plaintiff. vs. JOY THOMSON, Pefendant. THE STATE OF FI-ORIPA: TO: MRS. JOY THOMSON Batchelors Barn Vitro Road t lover. Hants, England You are hereby notified and ordered ippear %• %  the Bill of Complaint for | Divorce filed against you In the above -:>.,! ..:,-. %  ,.|. HiIi.-f.ne the IS day of December, 194S: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complainant Will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 12 day of November, :: entered against vou. Dated at Miami. Dade Countv, Florida, this 9 day of November. 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN, „ CIcrk of circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM, W. STOCKING. JOSEPH W. MALEK DePUt> C,ert Solicitor for Plaintiff I70S Congrese Building Miami 32. Florida 11,12-19-26 12/3 ,v J?, RDER 0F PUBLICATION ,,I H1 ,V r 1 RCL IT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Vv 2£?B^82S*TF' FLORIDA. ~ IN UIIANCERY, No. 120098. LUCY LEFKOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs L' > IS LEFOOURT, Defendant. To: Louis Lefkowltz, also known as Louis Lefcourt, Address Unknown: ,J. ar< hereb > ordered to file vour appearance or answer to the bill of fompjalnt for dlvnrce-filed against vou he tVSXL 5 F 5 OW, T Z or Wo^ !ei .v. day ,. of November, 1948. otherWise the allegations of said bill will of n o r c : Jo F bet, N ^8 ORDEREt, iM f i E B ; LE ATHERMAN. 'Circuit Co C urt k Se B l) ,he C rCUlt Court By R. H. RICE, JR OEORGE J. TALIANOFF P Uty C '" k fo i^'tor for Plaintiff 10/29 11/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS MY" SISTFR d AVl?', *?&* "* !" Of Miami, Florida 10/29 11/5-12-19-26 N^r ^I& CT,T,OU St., Intends.to register ILtZ V Fl'Klw the Clerk of the Cj rc uitr,.r. ain .' £?** County, Florida. Court of ade L. FRIEDLER BURNETT IvOTH !" Attorney 4'2 Congress Bldg 11/19-28 12/Mo* m ^ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Perl Bros, at 130 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A S PERL MICHAEL PERL 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 of Marshall-Drake Upholsterers at 1633 S \V. 27th Avenu. Miami, Florida. Intend! 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 TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. ISOSSfi. EVELYN M STUART, Plaintiff, vs. BRUNO WILLIAM STUART, Defendant. You, BRUNO WILLIAM STUART. U.S.S. Allagash A087, C/O Postmaster. New York. New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the loth day of December, AD. 1948, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this loth day of November. AD. 1948. E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Sevbold Building Miami. Florida 11'12-19-26 12/3 l"o: George Oberland 1046 E. 33th Btr, • Brooklyn. New York: You are hereby oi "• ••"> "I : %  I i to fit. appearance or answei to n,I t.X our complaint for dlvon riled -ui„1" by JANET OBERLAND „„"„!"?."* the s day of December i"w b .'J 0r wise the allegations of Jukiftt be taken as confess...] hv2L 0 !" *'" DONE AND ORDERED thli „ of November, A.D. : % %  ;• 8 **y EB LEATHERMAll Clerk of Cbenii o (Circuit Court 8eal) Cour t. By F. i oorjLo QEORQE J. TAUANOFF PUty Clerk Solicitor for Plaintiff. II 12-19-26 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FicTmo^T" NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEM k „ the undersigned, desiring to eonnh business under the ftctitl ua ,„,' 2 Essex \illige Texaco at Ml F iX Avenue. Hlaleah, Florida, intend io register said name with the ci er kS pKn2 rou,t Court ot I,ade oSMI RALPH, ROBERT and NORMAN Rn.-.: -v 11/5-12-19-20 12 3 NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKx that the undersigned, .1 -: Ing | enguiTli bus ness undei the I i %  ... „.„ %  J R ub %  Hardware Si rvlci at 5131 trS •th Street. Miami. register said name with the Cierk of the Circuit Court of bade Count, -MANUEL P, RAUBFOQEL MARTIN F R.\L'BFOGEL MILTON A. FRIEDMAN %  Attorney for AppUcanis I 1023 Seybold Bid" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Miami, Florida ELEVENTH JUDHMAl, CIRCUIT U 5-12-19-28 12 OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE — COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 120.016-D. ADA FARRELL, a widow. Plaintiff, vs. COAST CO.. INC.. a Florida corporation, et al., Defendants. TO: HELENA ROSENBAL'M, and if married her unknown spouse; residence unknown: WILLIAM A. RAWSON, and if married, his unknown spouse, residence unknown: I Final Wscharge'""as"''AdmtfiSt !" !2 If living, and if dead, all unknown c.T.A. of the eltate of CAROIJNE? NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT D\DE COUNTY. FLORIDA No RE: ESTATE OF CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH, 1 deceased. NO! I< B is hereby given that I have riled my final reporl titlon lor Flna Discharge as Administrator 1 i. A. of tinestate of %  \I;I I|,I\P p heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees. I BRUMBAUGH, d. and ttai creditors or other parties claimon the IS day of D( ember i'i Ing by, through, under or against will apply to the Honorable \V 'p either or any of said d.-f.-mlants. ni.ANToN County Judge Of Pidf 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 thifollowing described property, situate, lying and being in Dade Ceonty, Florida, to-wit: Ix.t Four M) In Block One (1) of WOODSIDE PARK n Subdivision of Dade County, Florida, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book B, at page 28 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. You are hereby notified that a suit to quiet title to the above desi property has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to file a Written appearance to the bill nf complaint filed in said cause with the Clerk of the above styled Court on or before the 30th day of November, A.D. 191*. otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 27 day of October, 1918. E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By M c. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MARX M. FADER Attorney f,.r Plaintiff 412 Congress Building M.lami. Florida K./29 11 '5-12-19 • Florida, for 0 f said final report and for final discbarnu Administrator C.T.A. ol Hie Estate of CARl IU.VE P. BRUMBAUGH, deres sed. This 1st day of xoi en • IMS MILTON A FRIEDMAN, ., As Adn r C.T.A. NAT L. WILLIAMS ej f"r Administrator C.T A 11 "-12-19-26 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that iderslgned, desiring to engage in ss undi rthe flctii .name of 'VYe-Launder-Rlte" at 973 S.W. in Strei i. Miami, I li to r. -'' said name v. It! I rk of the < lit uit Court of Dadi C i ity, PlorO. B. scum. Sole i Iwner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant I05J Seybold Bldg. Miami. Fla. 11/5-12-19-26 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I engagt in 1 %  ss under the ri. tltlo name o^o T V ~ ,N CHANCBRT, No MARX FABER tivv""i'i-c.IIT-Vr,. I-I Attorney for Applicant BBS LEE ALLEN. Plaintiff. vs. u i2-19-2rt 12/3 RUTH HOLMES ALLEN, Defendant. To: RUTH HOLMES ALLEN Residence unknown YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to rile your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against you by BEN LEE ALLEN, on or before the 6th dav of December, 1948. otherwise the allegations of said Bill will he taken as confessed bv vou. Dated this 4th day of November, A.D. 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. iCIrcuit Court Seal) By M. C, FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS M9 Olympia Bldg. Miami. Fla. U/5-12-19-24 IN THE CIRCI'IT COI'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 120290. RuBERT A PILLAR, 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 Dlvuce filed against you in the aboveetyled cause on or before the 4 day of December, 1948; otherwise the alleg&tlona of said Bill of Complaint Will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week tot four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper Published In Dade County. Florida. A D 1948 thls 4 day N ove mber. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. 'osr PH w. MALEK DePUty C, k Soil, tor for Plaintiff, I" ', "\S, re8s Building, Ail mil, Florida '". %  -12-19.26 % x NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage I" business under the fictitious name of POPULAR HOMES al 543 West Flaeler Street, Miami. Florida, i a tend to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALEX H. RICHARD MAX SHLAFROCK LEO BHEINER Attorney for Applicants 1204-03 Pacific Building Miami, Florida. 11/5-12-19-26 12 3 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I'APB COUNTY". — IN CHANCERY,** 119,258. AETNA FINANCE CO., a corporation, etc.. Plaintiff, vs. RALPH OOODE el al., Defendants. TO: RALPH W. GOODE Address Unknown .„,._ YOU ARE HEREBY RF.yl IRLi' TO APPEAR to the Bill of Compls nt of Chattel Mortgage Foreclosure fll !" igaln.-t you In the above styled cause, on or before the 30th dav of November, 1948. which chattel mortgage encumbers one 1941 Ford Tudor feedan. Motor No. 1R-6671495. lvlns. bel"* a ". situate in the City of Miami, County of Dade and State of Florida, owerwlse the allegations "f said Bill j Complaint will be taken as confess*" by you. M Dated at Miami. Florida, this day of October, 194S „.,,v E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) „,_,. By M C. FKiriK MARX M FABER Attorney for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 10/29 JJ/5-12-19 JsV"



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1948 +Jenlst tier Id lar, Southern Interstate Conference Council Of Jewish Women Meets In Memphis PAGE THIRTEEN The nineteenth annuai convention of the Southern Interstate Conference of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held in Memphis, Tenn., at the Peabody Hotel, November 21-23. Delegates from twenty-six council sections in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, South Carolina and Tennessee will assemble for the three-day deliberations which Deadline Because of the Thanksgiving holidays this week's deadline for pictures, news and social items will be as follows: Photographs must be in our office no later than 10:30 Monday morning. Telephone information must be given before 5 p.m. on Monday. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, civic leader of Miami. Florida, president of the Southern Interstate Conference of the National Council of Jewish Women, will conduct the sessions. will be presided over by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers of Miami, president of the conference. About eighty delegates are expected to attend. The them of the conference is: "We hold these truths." Mrs. Nat Williams will be program chairman, with Mrs. Harold Hand also participating in the program. Delegates and alternates from this area include: Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs.; Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Joseph [ Fenias, Mrs. S. H. Taran, delegates; Mrs. Leo Acker man and Mrs. Max Dreyer, alternates. The total work of the national organization in the fields of community and overseas service will be reviewed, and future plans charted. Through comprehensive exhibits sent in by the participating sections and by national and by seminar sessions, the conference will promote greater underMrs. Irving M. Engel Mrs. Irving M. Engel. vice president, and chairman of the executive committee of the National Council of Jewish Women, will be a featured speaker and counsellor. standing of the overall program and of the use of effective techniques in the fields of social service and education. Organized in 1893, the National Council of Jewish Women has over 75,000 members in 213 senior, junior, and councilette secMiamians Elected As JDC Directors CHICAGO, 111.—Residents of Miami are continuing to serve on the board of directors of the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency aiding distressed Jews abroad. They include Maurice Gusman and Stanley C. Myers. Pioneer Women On Air The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami is sponsoring a radio program on Saturday over WVCG at 11:30 a.m. The theme will be "Tribute to Greatness." Saturday evening at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, the group will meet to honor Miriam Brodinsky, southeastern regional director of the national Pioneer Women's Organization. Military Services Are Scheduled For Miami Servicemen Services will be held Sunday at the Miami Riverside Chapel, West Flagler at 20th Ave., for two Miami servicemen who were killed in Italy. Pvt. Edward J. Rosenoff, 21, of 2545 S.W. 3rd St., lost his life in 1944 in the battle of Balongia. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenoff. Memorial services will be conducted at noon with interment at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Pvt. Sidney Bretholtz, of 160 S.W. 17th Ct, age 24, was killed in battle in 1945. He was survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretholtz, and three brothers. Jack and Charles, of Miami, and Fred, of New york City. Services will be conducted at 3 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. A military service conducted by the Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans will be held in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. J. J. Perlmutter Opens New Offices on Beach New offices at 1657 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, have been opened by Julius Jay Perlmutter Associates. The firm deals in real estate, mortgages, investments and business opportunities. Ronald Rose is associated with Mr. Perlmutter. Obituaries MAX DUBLER 63, of 1535 Pennsylvania Ave.. passed away Wednesday in a local hospital following a long Illness. A pioneer merchant of Greater Miami and a real estate operator, Mr. Dubler was a native of New York City, coming here from Jacksonville In 1911 when he opened a shoe store. A widower since 1936 Mr. Dubler leaves four sons. Sheldon, Albert, Nathan and Kalph, and a daughter, Dorothy Dubler, all of Miami. He also leave three brothers, Morris of Miami Beach, Harry of Miami, Jacob of New Yolk: and two sisters, Mrs. Kannle Duum and Mrs. Dlna Daum, Miami, Services will be held at two o'clock today at the Uordon Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. JACOB MINOWITZ 71. of 761 N.W. 18th St., passed away Tuesday. A resident of Miami for the past year Mr. Minowltz came here from Rochester, New York. He was a retired metal dealer. He Is survived by his wife Mrs. Bertha Minowltz, two sons, Murray of Buffalo, and Benjamin of Springfield, New York; also a daughter Mrs. Louis Ofsowitz of Miami, and two grandchildren. He was a member of the Workmen's Circle Branch 69 of Miami. Funeral services were held yesterday in the chapel or the Cordon Funeral Home with Kabbi Murray Crauer officiating. Interment was In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. BEN OICKERMAN Age 60, of 1795 S.W. 6th St.. passed away last week. Surviving are his wife, Ethel; and children Albert. David, Edward, Richard, Joseph and Mrs. Betty Zelnick, all of New York. Mr. Dlckerman was the owner of the Dickerman Construction Company and a member of Congregation Beth El, Jewish People's Fraternal Order. Painters' local union So. 36.1. and Hlaleah l.'i'lKe. I.O.O.F. Services here held at the Miami Riverside Chapel, with interment at Mt. Sinai Cemetery JANE GINSBERG 73, of 1120 Euclid Ave.. passed away recently. She is survived by four sons. Jerry of Miami, and Alec, Sidney, I^'slle and Mark, all of New York. Cordon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Isadore Sobeloff Isadore Sobeloff, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, Mich., will address the delegates. •ions in the principal cities of the United States and Canada. Council both educates and serves in the field of social welfare, social legislation, international relations for peace and contemporary Jewish affairs. In addition to its traditional service to foreign born program in the sections, council carries on an extensive overseas service program which includes overseas homes for unattached Jewish women, scholarships for qualified European women to study social work and related professions at American Universities; and a ship-a-box project that provides packages of work and play material for Jewish war orphans in 150 children's homes in Europe. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonet 9-6317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner OTTO SHAPIRO 66, of 44 S.W. 11th St., passed away at Jackson Memorial Hospital last week. The body was ship|>ed for burial to New York. Arrangements were made'by the Cordon Funeral Home. Leonard E. Tupler Tupler Bar Mitzvah At Center Saturday Leonard E. Tupler, son of Mrs. Faye Tupler, 1035 14th St., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah at services Saturday morning at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A reception will follow the ceremonies. Leonard is a student at the Miami Beach Junior High school. Jeanette Tupler, sister of the confirmand, wil fly in from Chicago to attend the Bar Mitzvah. Formerly connected with radio in Miami, Jeanette is now on the staff of radio station WXRT in Chicago. ABRAHAM PERSSMAN Age 62. of 146 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach passed away last week. Surviving are his wife Rose, two sisters Mrs. Fannie Rose and Mrs. Fields Stelnhardt. Funeral was held at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Rabbi M. Mescheloff officiating. Interment in Woodlawn. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S NEW LOCATION 24 S. W. 20th AVE. PHONE 82-3404 Let us do your CATERING HOTEL DINING ROOM STRICTLY KOSHER 746 Washington Avenue Ph. 58-5343 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN. IWEHTTFIHST SEASON— 1141-1949 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOO, Mus.coi pfocto. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jeist FIcrMiari FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948 j&JSKAEJ GOLDSTEIN PRODUCED BY NORMAN £ SOL MODEL TEXT BY MARC HUTN1R, ONE Of THE OUTSTANDING JEWISH LEADERS IN THE UNITED STATiSj WHOSE EFFORTS IN BEHALF OF i THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT ARE RECOGNIZED THROCGHOUT THE WORLD BORN"5 YEARS A60 IN PHIl/|>EtPHIA,HE STUDIED AT COLUMBIA AND GRADUATED AS A RABBI FROM THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.HE BECAME SPIRITUAL LEADER Of TE^PIE INAI JfSMURUN IN NY AT THE Ml Of 12,k POST HE STILL HOLDS WHEN H/S CONGREGATION CELEBRATED ITS CENTENARY, P* GOLDSTEIN WROTE M ttNTURY OF JUDAISM IN AMERICA, A SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTION TO JEWISH HISTFOR NEARLY A SCORE OF YEARS HE HAS BEEN PRESIDENT OF THE JEWISH COWCILiAHON COURT JUS HAS SERVED IN EXECUTIVZi.'DViSORY CAPACITIES IU MANY JEWISH OrfGANiZATiONS. AMONG THf INSTITUTIONS WHICH HE HAS SERVED IN VARIOUS LEAD ERSHIP ROLES ARE THE JEWISH NATIONAL FOND. JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.PAIESTINE FOUNDATION FUND.RABBINICAl ASSEMBLY OF AMERICA. HE HAS ALSO SERVED AS A CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL, CHAIRMAN Of UNITED PALESTINE AFPfAUHElD THE POST OF PRES Of T .'WN.>T ORGANIZATION Of AMERICA. HE PLAYED A LEADING ROLE AT MEETINGS OF THE ZIONIST CONGRESS XTHE ZIONIST ACTIONS COMMITTEE.HEISTHE HEAD Of THE WORLD CONFEDERATION OF GENERAL ZIONISTS. AT PRESENT HE HOLDS THE POST OF TREASURER OF THE JEWISH AGENCY. IN THE FUTURE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISRAEL AND WORLD JEWRY, HIS PRESENT RESPONSIBILITY CANNOT BE OVEREMPHASIZED. HE BELIEVES THAT 'JUDAISM HAS A CHANCE TO FLOURISH ON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT.AND BY FLOURISHING TO ADD VALUABLE QUALITIES TO THE WHOLE AMERICAN CIVILIZATION? eor>*'Cnr I*I* %  itmHH lUNMNf Renazification: Correspondent's Report LONDON".—An eye-witness rej port from Bavaria in The New Statesman and Nation signs the death warrant of Denazification with the obituary notice that •'Munich 1948 is more like Munich 1938 than Munich 1945." Pointing out that "the sinister connotation of this fact is lost to the Germans." the report confirms the dire prophecy that Renazification would rush in to fill the Denazi\ fication vacuum should American occupation policy in Germany fail. "In this atmosphere a new nationalism, a resentment of foreign authority and the accompanying; symptomatic manifestation of: anti-Semitism are finding support," the correspondent writes. I adding that "the anti-Semitism is directed—more often than not j wrongly—against Jews in Military Government offices." In submitting further proof of j the facts stated by Dr. Gerhard! Jacoby of the Institute of Jewish Affairs of the World Jewish Coni gress in his Jewish Affairs Pamphlet. "The Story of the Jew-! ish 'DP'" that the Jews have been once again resurrected as the scapegoats for all German ills: for the housing shortages, the food shortages, the black marketing, the correspondent reports that the anti-Semites charge that: "It is their fault (i.e. the Jews) that Germany's industry is not allowed to flourish as it was in the '30's. It is they who are condoning Socialist activities among the workers." The aim of the Bayernpartei which incorporates these feelings "is finding enthusiastic adherents among all classes in Bavaria." The party is a "Bavaria First" group whose aim is to oust "Communists. Socialists. Prussians, Displaced Persons. Jews. Americans." Bavaria, the reader will recall, was the birthplace of Nazism. This "party is absorbing many of the re-tried Nazis who arc swarming from German Denazification courts to take up former positions." In addition to the case of the "Lady of the Lampshades." Use Koch, the writer reports another typical case of Dr. Anton Scharnagl, a "well-known Gestapo informant, released for 'lack of evidence.' As was revealed in the Bavarian Parliament anti-Fascists are afraid to give evidence at these Denazification trials for possible reprisals against them by their employers." "Almost more sinister than the results of these trials are the methods by which 'justice' is achieved. Though I found no first-hand evidence that these courts are corrupt and that bribery flourishes (as is claimed freely by American correspondents)" the report continues, "I found the prosecution methods strangely incompetent. This was demonstrated to me in the proceedings against ex-General Haider a former chief of staff of the Wehrmacht. Listening to the pleas of the prosecuting attorney I frequently wondered if I had made a mistake, and was in fact listening to the defence counsel "The court found Haider not guilty, but a reverse judgment would have made little difference to the sentence as demanded by \ the prosecution. Schacht attended | the trial as a witness for the defence and was applauded by the public, as was the judges' pronouncement. "Americans (who now have to buy cigarettes from the Germans because the U.S. Army is rationed while there is no shortage of German cigarettes) are now the laughing-stock of the German population. "With a church preaching nationalism and the government (controlled in the main by the Christian Socialists) going hand in hand with the church, with the Nazis coming out of denazification courts to take up responsible posts and to finance new parties, the American long-term attempt at re-education can now be counted a dismal failure." And in a final summation, after describing the filled German shops and larders, the correspondent states that the October festival in Munich was "to many Germans a symbol of their economic recovery, to some it is sufficient evidence that the war was never lost at all." H. H. Hyman H. H Hyman Chosen For Red Cross Post H. H. Hyman, chairman of the Dade County Red Cross Chapter has been appointed to membership on the National Red Cross Convention Organization Committee, local Red Cross officials announced. This committee is composed of twenty members selected from all parts of the United States. It is considered quite an honor to be chosen from such a wide field. There are 3752 Red Cross chapters in the American Red Cross. The committee will handle all details of the organization's annual convention. The 1949 meeting will be held in Atlantic City in June. Hyman. divisional manager for the Florida Power and Light Company, has been associated with the local Red Cross for many years, and he is now completing his second year as chapter chairBiscayne Opens To Large Crowd The Biscayne Kennel Club started the 1948-1949 racing season with a bang last Monday night as the track opened for the first half of its split season. A tremendous ovation was given the return of the greyhounds to Miami's oldest dog track as the fans voiced their approval in boisterous fashion. Biscayne will run until Jan. 1. c!ose that night and reopen April 12 for the last half of its season. During the ensuing meeting in which some 650 greyhounds will participate it's quite likely a new champ will come along to dethrone the mighty Beachcomber. On the other hand Beachy may go right along in his winning ways and top Flashy Sir's brilliant record of 61 victories. Prior to the Biscayne opening the Sutherland champ compiled 55 firsts. At Tia Juana, Mexico the past summer he scored 13 wins in 14 starts. Rudy Baum, Miami Beach bandleader and musician, has been included in the list of speakers who will address the Adult Lecture Series to be given this season by the Miami Beach Junior and Senior High School PTAi. man. He has led the Dade County Reel Cross fund appeals for the past five years. Deficit LOUISVILLE, Ky. (JTA) — A cash deficit for the National Jewish Welfare Board was forecast here last week for 1948 in a report of the organization's National Finance Council. At the same time a budget of $1,491,955 for 1949 was adopted. 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 19, 1948 +Je lsti Meridian PAGE FIFTEEN Nat'l Home Show At Bayf ront Sunday With the opening of the annual National Home Show on Sunday a t 2 p.m. approximately 100 booths dsplaying the latest developments for better living will be viewed by the public. The Florida Power and Light and Southern Bell Telephone companies will display elaborate exhibitions. In booths handled by the Federal Housing Administration and the Veterans Administration full information on government home financing can be secured. The show will remain open during the entire week from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. II r. Mechlowitz To Lead Beach Center Men's Club Dr. Herman Mechlowitz was elected first president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club at a meeting held last week at the new Center building. Other officers elected were: Jack Burris and George J. Talianoff. vice presidents; Gilbert J. Balkin, recording secretary; Hymen Lake, corresponding secretary: Irving Cypen, treasurer; Melvin Richardson, financial secretary. All officers were unanimously elected. The meeting featured an address by Judge Harold B. Spaet, former president of Temple Israel Men's Club, who discussed Men's club activities and programs. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, November 24 at the Jewish Center, 1701 Washington Ave. Dinner And Concert Planned By No. 692 The Workmen's Circle, Branch 692, Miami Beach, will celebrate the opening of its new Cultural Center at 25 Washington Ave., on Sunday evening with a dinner and concert. Participating artists are Leon Kaplan, violinist, Miss Claire Warshaw, cellist, both of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra; Miss Ruth Wolkowsky, faculty member of the University of Miami, School of Music, pianist, who will give several solo and trio numbers, and Mrs. Rose Arons, mezzo-soprano, assisted at the piano by Miss Anyuta Melicov, who will sing. Ginsburg And Shapiro Named To Lead Zionist Committees Alfred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, has announced the following additional committee appointments: Ben Zion Ginsburg, former president of the Chicago ZOA District as chairman of the Food for Israel Committee and Harold Shapiro, chairman of the weekly Zionist luncheons, which will resume shortly. The office of the organization is located in room 206, 235 Lincoln Road. 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 Miami Hillel Organizes Campaign Unit Under Direction of Dr. Donald Michelson Dr. Donald Michelson, University of Miami Hillel director, has announced the formation of a college campaign unit composed of Jewish students at the university. The purpose of this group will be the encouraging of an active interest in community life and assisting the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in its fund raising activities. Chairman of the student unit is Harry Smith; co-chairmen are Elaine Danziger and Lou Rosenberg. An executive committee is being formed which will include representatives of every Jewish sorority and fraternity in addition to the unaffiliated students. Opening function of the organization will be a mass meeting of Jewish students on Sunday, December 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Coliseum Sports Arena, 1500 Douglas Road, Coral Gables. Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, doctor of human relations, and E. Max Goldstein, co-chairman of the trades unit of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, will be guest speakers. An informal dance and entertainment will follow the meeting. Jewish students in attendance at the University of Miami have organized to support the 1949 fund raising campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown above are members of the group's executive committee who are planning a student mass meeting for December 5. Front row (1 to r) David Finkelstein. Bruce Isaacs. Manny Sponder, Stanley Bernstein, Dave Etter, Mike Klarfield. Bob Forman, president of Hillel; Lou Rosenberg, co-chairman, Mel Brooks and Harry B. Smith, chairman. Rear row (1 to r) Larry Cohen, Miriam Brauner, Joan Rodenberg, Dorothy Knapp, Elaine Danziger, co-chairman, Marilyn Hochmann, Nori Stramer, Jeanne Fleishman, Marian Ginsberg, Elaine Sachs, secretary of Hillel and Dr. Donald Michelson, director of Hillel. Hollywood Briefs At a meeting of the entertainment committee of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization last Tuesday evening a gala night was planned for Saturday, December 11 at the Community Center. A fashion show will be featured with clothing supplied by Hollywood merchants. Comedy skits under the direction of Miss Lenke Ipacs and Miss Eileen Bohrer will be enacted. A "name band" will provide music for dancing. Reservations may be phoned to George Wolk at Hollywood 1656-W. Dr. Donald D. Michelson, Hillel director of the University of Miami, was the guest speaker at services Friday night at the Jewish Community Center. Tickets are still available for the Gershwin show to be given November 24 and 25 by contacting Lillian Donner at 2451 M or the Center office at 1526. A stamp club for children is being organized by the Center. Fred Gilder, former president of the Dayton Philatelic Society, will direct the group. 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PAGE SIXTEEN fJewist ihrkUan FRIDAY, NOVEM BER 19 Eisenstein Feuer Form Partnership Announcement has been made of the formation of a real estate partnership under the name of Feuer and Eisenstein, with offices at 309 Lincoln Road. The location was previously occupied by W. I. Feuer, who operated a real estate and insurance concern at that address. The new partnership links RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Leo Eisenstein Mr. Feuer with Leo Eisenstein. Mr. Eisenstein was previously connected with the original firm. Together with Mr. Feuer he was connected with large real estate deals in the hotel field, among them being the Park Central. North Shore, Raleigh, South Seas and the Rqndule. They have also handled negotiations involving many commercial and apartment sites. Personnel of the W. I. Feuer Company's sales force will be practically unaffected by the new setup. The firm will open a mortgage department and enlarge the property management section. Both Mr. Feuer and Mr. Eisenstein have been active workers in Jewish and fraternal organizations, among them being the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Elks and the Masons. B'nai B'rith Women Of Coral Gables Honor Active Workers Mrs. A. Frank Wellins and Mrs. Bernard Stone were recently honored by the Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith for their activities in the membership drive, during which 46 new members were enrolled. Mrs. Wellins received a silver tray for securing more than 25 members and Mrs. Stone was awarded a $10 donor luncheon invitation for securing 17 members. Also honored for membership work were Mrs. Sam Friedman and Mrs. Helen Bernstein. The group celebrated their 1st anniversary last week with a program saluting the 25th anniversary of the Hillel Foundations. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of Hillel at the University of Miami, was guest speaker. He introduced Miss Marion Ginsberg, inter-laith chairman and Stanley Axelrod, editor of the "Fathom" magazine. President Mrs. Nathan Bloom commended the work of Mrs. Sam Schulefand and Mrs. Leonard Glickstein, founders of the chapter. Elected to serve on the board for the current year were: Mrs. Dorothy Michelson, Mrs. Herman Brenner, Mrs. Arthur Winkleman, Mrs. Helen Bernstein and Mrs. Bernard Stone. Mrs. Molly Glazer was appointed to the Hillel Council. CONSERVATIVE Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak on %  A ral' and Jew."' Mrs. Lillian l'onner will be hostess for the UIUR Shabbat following the service. Saturday niorniiiK service at 10 a.m. Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. i..ni' Friday evening services at 8:13. Service! this week will be dedicated to tiie Pioneer Women of Palestine. Mrs. Miri.mi Brodinskj", Southeastern Regional director, win be gui -t speaker. Rabbi Shapiro and Mis Brodlnsky will discuss "Political Situation in the state of Israel.' Representatives ">f Kadlmah Chapter of Pioneer Women will participate In the responses. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oil phant will Inhosts at a reception in the auditorium in tumor of their son Elmer's birthday. The floral offering will )"• made by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz in honor of their newly born grandson and Mr. and Mrs Harry Gordon in memory of Mr. Gordon's father. Sabbath services at 8:30 am and students services at 10:30 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 5:30. Late Friday evening service 8:15 p.m. Rabbi l.elirman will preach on "An Approach to Thanksgiving." Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the service assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Ben Yomen. Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Leonard, son of Mrs. Faye Tupt.-r. Junior Congregation at 9:30. Center youth breakfast Sunday morning at 9:15 In the chapel. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 8:80, Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Pre-klndergarten school Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to noon. 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 will speak on "Israel and Ishmael." Mlshna class at 5 p.m. Mlncha at 8:80 p.m. followed by Shalos Suedos. The Kabbl will speak <>n the Portion of the Week. Sunday .School at in a.m.; Hebrew School dally from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Dally Services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening: services at 5:15; Saturday morning at 8:30. The Rabbi will speak on "Thought and Deed." Saturday evening services at 4 o'clock. The Rabbi will address the congregation on "The Great Test." Mincha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and Zmlros. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. Class in Mishna will bo addressed by the Ha bin following the services. Services at 5:15 p.m. folowed by a olass in Jewish laws and customs. Maariv at G p.m. Congregation Beth EL 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at 9 a.m., supervised by Bernard w. Klntmel of the Religious School staff. Eunice Cooke H ill speak on the Portion of the Week. Mlncha at 4:1.", followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at io a.m. Dally Religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Sarah Laughed.'* Junior 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. Daily school from 3:30 to 6:30. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rev. Robert tilffen, executive director of the Protestant Service Bureau, will be guest speaker. His topic will be "A Christian I.ooks at Israel." A reception will follow the service. Saturday morning services at 10:45. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render musical portions at all service. Sunday school 10:45 for children 4\$ to 15. Hebrew school, week days from 3:15 for children 7 b to 14. REFORM Tempi* Isaiah. 4925 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Julius Jay Perlmutter, radio analyst, will be in charge of program following the service. Miss Gerrie Olanoff, soprano of the Jewish Community Center In Hollywood, will be guest soloist, accompanied at the organ by Hortense Arvan. A reception will be tendered by Mrs. Faye Tupler, In honor of her son, Leonard Eugene's Bar Mitzvah. Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th Si. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. l-'i iday evening services at 8:15 conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Guest speaker Will be Rev. Andrew W. Oottschall, who will address the congregation on "Progress In Understanding." Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Rabbi Ranson will preach on "Justice and Mercy." GENERAL United Jewish Schools, North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daddies club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible Class at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan, teacher. An ojwn forum follows. Coral Gables Jewish Center. Services Friday evening at 8 p.m. in chapel of Pratt Ceneral Hospital. 1200 Anastiasia Ave., conducted by Robert Bergman, director of the Center. A reception honoring Mr. Bergman will be held following the services. Max Firestone Caterer Open Geo. Washington Dining Room Today Max Firestone, well known Miami Beach caterer, announces the opening today of the dining room in the George Washington Hotel located at 515 Washington Ave. Reservations for the opening are being accepted at 5-6617. According to Mr. Firestone who will personally supervise the dining room, a kosher kitchen will be maintained. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 ;. VW& CLEANED e RE-CORED e REPLACED • DRIVE IN TODAY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. FLAGLER ST. PH. 9-6441 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. 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M^wiislUEIIiOJpidliiaun
g^ME^l-NUMBER 46
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMJ7 FLORIDA, FRIDAY!" NOVEMBER 19, 1948
Withdra
Most Of
PRICE TEN CENTS
I PARIS. (JTA)The withdraw-
I of Israeli troops to their posi-
bns of Oct. 14 and the establish-
ed new Egyptian lines in
L desert must be completed by
Viday, November 19, under the
jrms of an order communicated
lis week to both governments by
King mediator Dr. Ralph Bunche.
lie order establishes a "neutral"
|N. zone consisting of most of
le Negev.
|Dr. Bundle's communication to
! two governments also offered
good offices and that of the
Itire UN. staff in Palestine to
fist the belligerents in under-
Jting the negotiations envisaged
[the Security Council resolution
I Nov. 4. He also requested that
i governments supply his chief
[staff. Brig. Gen. William Riley,
i the names of the officers on
kh sides who will be responsi-
t for the withdrawals, as well
[the schedules and the routes
[be followed by the troops.
he po.-ition assigned to the Is-
pli troops by the acting media-
follows: "Beginning at the
font where the 14 Oct. truce line
;ses the Khaffa-Julis road then
iitheast to Julis then east to
Bis, Juseir, Zeita to the 14 Oct.
bee lines at Huseinayi; else-
kere, following 14 Oct. true line,
pmplete withdrawal of all mili-
j forces other than those main-
^ied in the Israeli settlements
Ithe Negev for safety purposes
prior to 14 Oct. shall be made to
points north of that line."
The Arab forces are left a nar-
row corridor starting about eight
miles north of Gaza and extend-
ing one-and-one-half miles east
of the main Gaza-Majdal road and
running parallel with the road
from this point south to the Egyp-
tian frontier. That is the western
demarcation line. The eastern
Jerusalem-Hebron line runs
about two-three miles west of the
Bethlehem-Hebron road from
northeast to southeast through a
point about nine miles northeast
of Beersheba and Dhahiriya. From
Grand Jury
Indicts Miamians
Ten persons, including Irwin R.
Schindler, of 1425 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach, were indicted on
charges of conspiracy to unlaw-
fully export three B-17's from
Miami to Palestine on June 11,
when Miami's Federal grand jury
met this week.
Twenty-one other persons were
named as co-conspirators, but not
as defendants. Paul Geller, identi-
fied as a Miami Beach resident,
was named one of the 21.
The grand jury heard more than
25 witnesses from all parts of the
country who were involved in the
alleged exportation of military
aircraft to Israel forces in Pales-
tine.
there the line turns due east
through Samu to the Dead Sea.
The remainder of the Negev be-
tween these demarcation lines
comes under the control of the
acting mediator and within this
area no troop movements of any
kind will be allowed. Patrol activi-
ties by either side is prohibited
and no armed forces or military
supplies will be moved except as
authorized and supervised by the
truce supervision organization.
Non-military supplies for the nor-
mal needs of the Arab and Jewish
populations of the area shall not
be subject to quantitative limita-
tion.
Beersheba shall be demilitar-
ized, the order says. Israeli forces
shall evacuate the town and an
Egyptian civil administrator shall
administer it as an Arab town.
South of Beersheba, the Egyptian
forces which were in Beir Asluj
prior to Oct. 14 may remain there
and Egyptian control of the Beir
Asluj-Rafa road shall be recogn-
ized as maintained.
Before a crowded session of the
General Assembly's Political Com-
mittee, Israeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Shertok rejected the re-
port of Count Folke Bernadotte
as a basis for discussion and
claimed the whole of the Negev,
including the Gulf of Aqaba, for
Israel.
The Israeli cabinet are discuss-
ing the order in deliberations re-
sumed last Wednesday.
Rabbinical Assn. Announces Sponsorship
Of Annual Union Thanksgiving Service
. The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will conduct a
Union Thanksgiving Service on Thursday at 11 a.m. at Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, Miami Beach. The Thanksgiving address will be
made by Rabbi Simon April, with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan giving the
benediction. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will welcome the assembly
and the invocation will be made by Rabbi Murray Grauer. Rabbi
M. Kaufman, Rabbi I. Lehrman, Rabbi M. Ranson and Rabbi
Colman Zwitman will read from the scriptures, while Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Rabbi David Raab and Rabbi Max Shapiro will give
responsive readings from the Psalms.
U.N. Council Passes
Resolution Calling
For Armistice
PARIS, (JTA)The U.N. Coun-
cil this week adopted a Canadian
resolution calling for the estab-
lishment of a formal armistice to
replace the truce in Palestine.
The resolution attempts to
"eliminate the threat to peace and
facilitate the transition from truce
to permanent peace in Palestine"
by the establishment of an arm-
istice in all sectors of Palestine.
It calls on the parties directly in-
volved "to seek agreement forth-
with by negotiations directly or
through the mediator with a view
to immediate establishment of an
armistice.
Abdullah '"King"
JERUSALEM, (JTA) While
negotiations were going on among
the Jews, Egyptians and the U.N.
in Paris, King Abdullah of Trans-
jordan carried out a political coup
in Palestine, proclaiming himself
"King of Palestine." the "corna-
tion," which preceded the pro-
clamation, occurred in the" Old
City of Jerusalem when Abdullah
paid it a visit. Abdullah's pro-
clamation apparently referred to
non-Israeli Palestine.
McDonald Called
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Special U.S.
representative to Israel James G.
MacDonald was suddenly called
to Paris by Secretary of State
George C. Marshall. He will leave
here this week.
II Faiths Worship and Forum to Open Southeastern
inference On Israel Sunday Evening At Bayfront
ide Chest Drive
peeipts Lagging
ue final report luucheon of
Community Chest will be held
V at the Coral Gables Coun-
Club. Those attending are
:d to be present by 11:30. With
Inesday's statement that only
of the goal figure of $1,013,-
had been reached, the results
he intervening days are being
Mted with concern by Com-
ity Chest leaders. A victory
Iquet is scheduled for 6:30 on
123rd at the Columbus roof at
ch time it is hoped that final
orts from lagging division
will find the percentage
Mly increased.
The Southeastern Conference on Israel will officially open with an All Faiths Worship and
Forum, to be held on Sunday eveninq, November 21st, 8:45 p.m. at Bayfront Park. In case of rain
the event will be transferred to the White Temple, 320 N.E. 2nd Ave.
The interfaith idea will be translated into a direct and practical application towards a specific
project when individuals of all faiths will worship together for genuine peace and justice for
Palestine as a series of meetings,, phiI.p g Bernstein, former ad- American Christian Palestine
Committee, which will be held at
luncheons, teas, dinners, radio
broadcasts, and college events
take place in Greater Miami this
coming week.
Prominent national figures will
congregate here to participate in
the activities of the conference.
Rev. R. B. Giffen, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Rev. George H. Ricks,
Rev. Edward W. Ullrich and the
Rev. Lloyd Whyte will participate
in the worship program. Emory
Krieger, noted baritone, Adolph
Seerth, song leader, and Truman
Lord, pianist, will render the
musical numbers. The particip-
visor to Gen. Lucius Clay; Rev.
Dr. Daniel A. Poling, world presi-
dent, Christian Endeavor Society
and publisher of the Christian
Herald; and Frank Gervasi, head
of the Washington Bureau of Col-
lier's, war correspondent in the
Middle and Near East. Rev. David
R. Hunter, educational director of
the Episcopal Diocese of Massa-
chusetts, will be the chairman of
the forum, and the correlator.
One of the highlights of the 30
scheduled events will be a ban-
quet dinner under the auspices of
ants in the forum are: Rabbi the Greater Miami Chapter of the
the Columbus Hotel, Monday eve
ning, November 22, at 6:30 p.m.
The speakers on that occasion will
be: Major Wellesley Aron, who
commanded the all-Jewish Pal-
estinian unit in the siege of
Tobruk; Major George Fielding
Eliot, famous war correspondent
and military analyst; and the Rev.
Dr. Daniel A. Poling. Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president
of the University of Miami and
co-chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the American
Christian Palestine Committee,
, will preside.
Other speakers who will par-
ticipate in the meetings scheduled
I during the conference are: Dr.
Clark Eichelberger, executive di-
rector, American Association for
| the United Nations; Mrs. Alisa
Klausner Eskol, Palestinian born
lecturer; Mrs. Welthy Honsinger,
Fisher world traveler and authoi;
Dr. Ruth Gruber, foreign corres-
pondent for the New York Herald-
Tribune; Charles J. Rolo, book re-
viewer for the Atlantic Monthly;
and the Rev. Earl H. Tomlin, ex-
ecutive director of the Rhode Is-
land Council of Churches.
The above mentioned speakers
will address the following groups:
Miami Kiwanis Club-, Mt. Zion
Baptist Church, Bethel AME
Church, Ministerial Alliance, Uni-
versity of Miami seminar, Dade
(Continued on Page 4)
Dr. Daniel A. Poling
Bartley Crum
Dr. Ruth Gruber
Major George Fielding Eliot
Rev. David R. Hunter
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER iq
Miami Y's To Participate At Sessions Of
Southern Section Of JWB Convention
Local Y.M.H.A.'s are among 20 in the Southern Section of
the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) that will consider ways
and means of implementing the new Statement of Principles on
Jewish Center Purposes among the centers in the 11 state area
served by the section at the section's forthcoming annual con-
vention to be held on November
20 and 21 in New Orleans, La.
The convention will also weigh
rlc.ns for full participation in the
forthcoming program of USO,
whose reactivation was recently
announced. The JWB represents
the American Jewish community
in USO and will again seek the
active cooperation of volunteers
and local committees in the sphere
of welfare, religious and morale
work for men and women in
service.
This statement, which was
adopted at JWB's 1948 national
convention last May, describes
the Jewish Community Center as
an agency with which the Amer-
ican Jew "identifies himself vol-
untarily." The section convention
will also deal with the added re-
sponsibilities that will come to the
section's centers and JWB as a
result of the new draft act. JWB
is the agency recognized by the
government and designated by the
American Jewish community to
serve the religious, welfare and
morale needs of Jewish personnel
in the armed forces.
Proposed establishment of a
Jerusalem YMHA, cultural prob-
lems to be faced by Jewish com-
munities as a result of the crea-
tion of the State of Israel and
programmatic and services of the
expanding Jewish Center move-
ment are other matters to come
Ixforc the convention.
Highlighting the program will
be an address 'The Jewish Cen-
ter Serves the Community" by
Philip Klutznick, vice president of
JWB and chairman of the Jewish
Center division. Mr. Klutznick has
been active in B*nai B'rith work
as well as many other communal j
services
The plonnry session on the
"Programs for the Center" which
will discuss the implications of
the Janowsky Survey will include
David White of Houston. Ben
Roth, executive director, Birming-
ham YMHA. Leah Jaffa, music
consultant JWB and Samuel Joso-
lowitz of JWB.
At the business sessions, reports
will be made by: executive com-
mittee, Barney Medintz, Atlanta,
chairman: youth, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, Miami Beach, chairman:
camping. Wolfe Lefkoff, Chatta-
nooga, chairman: cultural series,
Eph Charninsky, San Antonio,
chairman; board institutes, Daniel
Schlanger, Houston, chairman:
health & physical education Bar-
ney Medintz, Atlanta, chairman.
Jules Paglin of New Orleans is
president of the Southern Sec-
tion, JWB. and Daniel Schlanger
of Houston is program chairman.
George Chertkof and Maurice
Grossman will be the delegates of
the Miami Y to the conference
at New Orleans.
Grossman, executive director of
the Miami Y, will deliver a talk
on "Programs for the Aged in a
Community Center" at the pro-
fessional seminar which will be
held in New Orleans on Friday of
this week.
Those attending from the Mi-
ami Beach Y include Mrs. Carl
Susskind, Mrs.-Carl Weinkle, Gus
Jacobson and Randy Polansky.
National Secretary
Of B'nai B'rith
To Speak Here
Maurice Bisgyer, national sec-
retary of B'nai B'rith,.will speak
next month to the greater Miami
Jewish community folowing his
five week trip overseas as a
representative of B'nai B'rith at
the General Assembly of the
United Nations in Paris.
Bisgyer is scheduled to appear
under the sponsorship of the
Sholem Lodge on Tuesday, De-
cember 14, 8:30 p.m. at Temple
Israel, to report on his tour of
Israel, the American zone of Ger-
many and the DP camps.
While overseas Mr. Bisgyer con-
ferred with President Chaim
Weizmann, Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion and United States
special representative, James G.
McDonald. He also took steps to
set up a European B'nai B'rith
office, addressing B'nai B'rith
groups in seven European coun-
tries including Great Britain and
Israel.
The program on December 14
will be open to the public and
will be Mr. Bisgyer's only ap-
pearance in this area.
Wien Is President
Of Probus Club
Mortimer B. Wien was un-
animously elected president of the
Probus Club at the annual meet-
ing held recently aboard the
club's barge, which was moored
in the Miami River until the end
ef the hurricane season. The new
president is the owner of the
Tudor Hotel, Miami Beach.
Elected to serve with Wien
were Carl Susskind, first vice
president; George Wolpert, second
vice president; Leo Chaikin, sec-
retary; Donald LaVigne, treasur-
er. Harry Boyell, retiring presi-
dent, was accorded the title of
commodore. The retiring commo-
dore was Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal.
It was voted to move the club
house barge this week to its per-
manent location on the "flats"
south of Cape Florida.
Tamara Chapter to Hear
Convention Reports
A report of the 23rd national
convention of Mizrachi Women
of the World held in Atlantic
City recently will be brought to
the members of Tamara Chapter
by Mrs. Charles Turk, president
and Mrs. Emanuel Karger, re-
gional advisor of the Southeast-
ern United States, at a meeting
scheduled for Tuesday evening,
8 p.m. at the Beach Y. Mr. Donald
Kaplan, tenor and Stanley Siebel.
piano accompanist and soloist,
will entertain. Members are in-
vited to bring their friends.
Two events on the immediate
calendar will be discussedthe
spaghetti and meatball supper
followed by a treasure hunt,
sponsored by Mrs. Israel Slotsky
and Mrs. Simon April on Sunday
evening, November 28, at the
home of Mrs. Slotsky, 1820 S.W.
6th St., Miami, and the theatre
party at the Box Theatre, Uni-
versity of Miami for "Laura"
Tuesday evening, December 7.
Mrs. Jack Snyder, ticket chair-
man can be reached at 9-0665 for
reservations.
Sisterhood of Miami Beach Jewish Center
Will Give Fashion Show For New Members
m.. cictarKnnH of the Miami
Rev. Giffen Is Guest At
Beth Sholom Service
According to an announcement
by Sam Lachman, president of
Temple Beth Sholom, Rev. Robert
Giffen will be the guest speaker
at Temple Beth Sholom's service
this evening. His subject will be
"A Christian Looks at Israel."
Rev. Giffen is executive secre-
tary of the Protestant Service
Bureau, the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Churches and the Lay-
man's Committee of 1,000.
Services at Temple Beth Sholom
begin at 8:15 p.m.
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The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will present
a fashion show and tea on Tues-
day at 1:30 at the home of Mrs.
William Jasie, 4235 North Alton
Road. The affair will be the an-
nual membership event of the
organization to which admission
is "bring a new member."
The fashion show is being
staged by Margaret Newman and
will feature original styles for
the resort season. Bathing suits,
sun suits, cotton afternoon frocks
as well as cocktail gowns will be
displayed.
According to Mrs. William
Feuer, publicity chairman, a
Thanksgiving motif will be used
in decorations. She also added
that all cakes to be served at the
tea will be made by Sisterhood
members. Board members will act
as hostesses.
Mrs. Bertram Thorpe is chair-
man of arrangements, assisted by
co-chairmen Mrs. Julius .,
man and Mrs. Reba Kohn Th
Sisterhood plans to augment 1
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I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
University of Miami: A Dream Come True
Old timers will never forget
1925 The wildest land boom of
all time was rocketing towards
tg crash. Speculation, overflow-
ing the limits of Miami, spilled
over the rest of Florida and final-
ly broke through the state bound-
aries. Glib-tongued insurance
salesmen, who came with scarcely
$100 in their pockets, considered
themselves millionaires within a
year. It is now impossible to re-
capture the state of mind that
prevailed during those feverish
daysnot even for those of us
who lived through that mad ex-
perience.
During those sizzling summer
months, the newspapers reported
an interview with George A. Mer-
rick. This visionary founder of
Coral Gables had declared that a
university would arise on the wild
acreage that was then his sub-
division. Merrick, at the pinnacle
of his career, was accredited with
a flaming poetic vision that could
penetrate the mists of the future.
Yet folks paid scant attention to
this prophesy, even if it did come
direct from the horse's mouth
to borrow the language of the race
track. The college prediction
merely became one of the many
bullish arguments used in real
estate deals to whet the buying
appetite of newcomers. Wiseacres
considered it clever publicity; yet
hardly in the same class with
those famous lies, which Doc
Dammers boasted publicly, would
actually overtake and surpass the
truth.
Achievement of the Incredible
The boom bubble was still dilat-
ing when a group met at a dinner
party, the approved technique of
promoting a deal in "them days."
The food was good and the Cuban
Barcadi of the Prohibition era
plentiful. In the flushed excite-
ment between toasts, enthusiasm
ran high. Contributions answered
the speeches. Victor Hope, a suc-
cessful real estate operator,
carried away by the exhilaration
of the party, gayly signed a pledge
to the tune of $1,000,000. Then
the bubble burst. A year later, the
generous Victor did not have the
puce for a club sandwich. People
forgot about the university after
they kissed their elusive millions
goedby.
Skeptics raised an eyebrow
when the board of trustees leased
the Anastasia Apartments to
house the infant college. Classes
soon commenced in this rambling,
triangular structure. In the face
of jeers and sneers, Dr. Bowman
Ashe, a Pittsburgh educator, had
the faith and courage to accept
the presidency. It can't succeed,
predicted the Cassandras, the wise
guys soured by the loss of their
fortunes on paper. But in the fol-
lowing year, more students
showed up. The additional classes
had to meet in neighboring build-
ing. A good library accumulated
gradually. The coming years
brought hurricanes, stock market
crashes, the worst depression on
record, and the most destructive
war in history; but the young
growing institution soon lost all
memory of the Anastasia triangle.
In a word, the university clicked
Today, a faculty of 600 professors
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gives instructions to 9,000 stu-
dentsone of the big colleges of
the nation. An increditable feat
for 20 tumultuous years, even for
the irrepressable optimism that
spells Miami.
Jewish Cooperation
It would be unseemly to ignore
the friendly relations between the
University and the Jewish com-
munity. Contrary to the general
trend that set in after the first
world war to limit Jewish stu-
dents in American colleges, the
trustees and faculty set their
faces against intolerance and re-
fused to practice the shabby tricks
of exclusion. From the very be-
ginning, Jewish students and in-
structors were cordially received.
For years, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
lectured on philosophy to the stu-
dents. Rabbi Max Shapiro gave
a course on Jewish history. Rabbi
Albert Michels, the Hillel director,
held classes in Jewish civilization.
Abe P. Gannes of the Bureau of
Jewish Education is now teaching
two Hebrew courses.
After Pearl Harbor, when the
trustees saw difficult times ahead,
they decided to solicit $500,000
from sympathetic contributors. As
a recognition of the interest and
friendly understanding manifest-
ed by Greater Miami Jewry, the
faculty selected Bruno Weil, a
Miami Beach hotel owner, chair-
man of the campaign. From Miami
Jewry came the major portion of
the donations.
Humanism Without Quotas
The cosmopolitan democratic
policy has brought its rewards.
Students are attracted not only
from many states of the Union but
from Latin American countries as
well. The Hillel Foundation of the
B'nai B'rith had the foresight to
establish a chapter some years
ago. Now it serves the several
thousand Jewish youth who con-
stitute about a third of thq entire
student body. Last year Ben Bron-
ston endowed a chair for Inter
Cultural Relations to study the
best methods of easing religious
and racial tensions.
Today the ultra modern dormi-
tories, classrooms, offices, labora-
tories, houses, and swimming lake,
are an impressive eyeful. The
growing stature of the University
among institutions of learning is
attracting to its staff scholars of
note and prominence. It is a
tribute to its rising standards that
Dr. Murray Sanders left a pro-
fessorship at Columbia University
to join its faculty. This eminent
Jewish scientist has earned world
wide acclaim for his researches
on mice and monkeys to check the
ravages of polio and cancer. The
importance of Dr. Sanders' work
can be gaged by the willingness
of the U. S. Veterans Administra-
tion to share expenses.
A single anecdote will suffice
to illustrate the broad spirit that
pervades the University. A nar-
row-hearted Money Bag living in
Coral Gables offered to donate a
million dollars. But he imposed a
condition. Trustees and faculty
must establish a quota on Jewish
students. Dr. J. F. W. Pearson, the
able and energetic vice president
refused the gift with the observa-
tion that no amount of money.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman
To Deliver Report At
Women's League Session
Mrs. Irving Lehrman of Miami
Beach, president of the Florida
region, will deliver a regional re-
port at the biennial convention
of the National Women's League
of the United Synagogue which
is taking place November 18
through 22 at Atlantic City, N. J.,
it was announced here today.
More than 800 delegates, re-
presenting 450 Conservative Jew-
ish Sisterhoods throughout the
United States and Canada, will
attend the convention which will
mark the thirtieth anniversary of
the Women's League.
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Council Women Present
Pictures At Forum
A series of motion pictures en-
titled "The World Before Your
Eyes" is being presented by the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en at their forum meetings. At
two o'clock today at the Colony
Restaurant, Miami Beach, the
second in the series will be shown.
The subject of the film will be
"ManOne Family." The public
is invited to attend these meet-
ings at a cost of $1.00 for a single
attendance or $5.00 for the entire
series of six.
Mrs. Harry N. Schiff is in
charge of the forum.
Judge Beckham Talks To
Tropical Lodge Meeting
Judge W. Beckham, of the Juve-
nile Court, will be guest speaker
at Monday night's meeting of
Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Stanley B. Richard, chairman of
the child delinquency committee.
The judge, who has spent many
years in dealing with the problems
of juvenile delinquency, will ad-
dress the lodge members on this
subject.
The meeting will be held in the
conference room of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, Mer-
cantile National Bank Building.
Miami Beach. It will be open to
the public.
Beth Sholom And Y
Join In Program
In cooperation with the exten-
sion program of the Beach Y,
Temple Beth Sholom is institut-
ing a Junior Activity Day every
Tuesday sessions starting last
week. The program, which is
open to children over 8 years of
age, offers the following activi-
ties: dramatics, under Lilly Fox;
athletics, Jerry Carver; arts and
crafts, Sonny Kaufman; music,
Hy Fried, and story telling,
Pauline Fried. The activities are
free of charge and will be con-
ducted for two periods3:30 to
4:30 and 4:30 to 5:30.
however badly needed, would in-
duce the University to forego its
enlightened policy of American
liberalism.
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Rabbi Kronish to
Address Zionists
At SI*; Conference
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom, left last week to at-
tend the 75th anniversary confer-
ence of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations in Boston
from November 14 through the 17.
On his return trip the Rabbi
will attend the 11th annual South-
eastern Conference of the Zionist
Organization of America which is
being held in Charleston, S. C.
He will be guest speaker at a
reception preceding the opening
of the conference tomorrow after-
noon. His topic will be "The Birth
of a Nation that Rocked the
World."
A member of the administration
committee, Rabbi Kronish will
lead a panel discussion on educa-
tion and programming at the
session on Sunday afternoon.
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>AV, NOVEMBER 19,
EDITORIAL
Under standing Israel
Southeastern Conference on Israel, under the
auspices of the Greater Miami Committee for the
Study of Israel, with the cooperation of the Ameri-
ican Christian Palestine Committee and the Great-
er Miami Zionist Emergency Council, will con-
gregate a list of celebraties here this week, each
of whom in an individual appearance would be
an attraction.
The coverage by the conference is planned on
a large scope and will encompass a thorough dis-
cussion of the problems facing the State of Israel.
The program has been arranged so as to reach
a large and varied audience.
In announcing the series of meetings Dr. F. Wil-
liams 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 to-
day 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."
Conference on Israel Sunday
We have put our faith in you.
Mr. President
Will Hot Yield
With the immoral backing of an American Sec
retary of State who has been repudiated by th
President of the United States and with the h h
of a decayed Chinese government which ^
rapidly moving toward the precipice of poi^
and military defeat, the evil masters of Brita" '
uncertain destiny are determined to impose th l
own solution of the Palestine problem even f i
means wrecking the United Nations and preciDitai
ing a conflagration in the Middle East whose
repercussions are too horrible to contemplate
Unless cleaner hands move to stay Bunche'i
order that Israel yield the Negev territory it won
in battle with the Egyptians, the iniquitous di-
rective may well become the ignition spark. For
it is evident that the shameful order has only one
single purposenullification in toto of the historic
U.N. decision of November 29, 1947. It is also evi-
dent that Israel will muster every man, woman
and child to defend itself against the designer!
of evil and war. It may have to pay a tragic price
for statehood, but it will not gield.
(Continued from Page 1)
County Teachers, Dade County
Bar Association, Dade County
Federation of Women's Clubs, Ex
change Club, Civitan Club, Spon-
sors' Luncheon. Jr. Chamber of
Commerce, United Nations Co-
operative Council, Tea and Meet-
ing for Women, Rotary Club, Vic-
tory Banquet 1949 Community
Chest Drive, Miami Beach Optim-
ist Club, Lions Club, International
Relations Club of U. of M., and
the Miami Beach Chapter of the
American Veterans Committee.
sponsors "f thr conference are:
Foster E. Alter, K. Malcolm Beal, Dr.
John I'. Beery, Clrlc J. Bennett, Rev,
H. \V. Blackburn, -Miss May A. Brun-
i'ail M ISruun, John Henrj
('louse. Mis Win COX, Mr and Mis
J B. Davidson. Darrey A. Davis, Dr.
\Vm I*. I'isniuk.s, Mr. and Mrs Harry
L. Dobba, Mrs Charles Enterllne,
Kinjr. Jack Kofoed, Dr. D. K. Larson.
Miss Alice MacVlcar, Mr. and Mrs.
L,. J McCaffrey, Ernes! M McCrack-
<-n. Rev. W. V. Meredith, Miss Mary
B Merritt, Mrs. James A Mortal..
Robert J Mosher. J. R-ilph M ll
Mrs. Alfred W. NVeb, II. El
.... street, Pr. J. Rlis Owre, DwiKhi
Ozon. Mrs. Russell T. Pancoast, Mrs.
Joseph Parker, Hon. Claude Pepper,
Dr. Russell A. Raaco, Rev. George H.
Hicks, Mrs H. Ross. Rev. R. Wiley Scott, Hon.
George A. Smathers, Mrs Thomas T,
Stevens, Pr. Charles Doren Tharpe,
Mr and Mrs C 1' Van Orsdel, Mrs.
Arnold Volpe. Dennis 11. Welsh. Rev.
I.lovd B. WTivt... Dr. and Mis 11
Frank Williams. Dr. James T. Wilson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Wriuht
The Southeastern Conference on
Israel is being held under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Committee for the Study of Israel
with the cooperation of the Great-
er Miami Chapter of the Ameri
can Christian Palestine Commit-
tee and the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Emergency Council. The Con-
ference Committee had drafted
the voluntary service of I. R.
Goodman, chairman of the Great-
er Miami Zionist Emergency
Council under whose direction
and supervision the entire pro-
gram was planned and executed
Mr. Goodman was also intrument-
al in the formation of the Ameri
can Christian Palestine Commit-
tee in this area.
.., thi I Ireater Ml .mi
ipter are: honorary chairmen, Hon.
Claude) K. ivppcr, c B, senator for
md Hon. Robert I. Floyd.
mayor of the City of Miami: co-chair-
men. Mrs. 1.. J. McCaffrey. Immediate
past president of the Florida Federa-
tion of Women's Clubs, and Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president of
the t'nlv.-rsltv of Miami: vice chair-
men. Mrs Wm Cox, president Dade
County Federation of Women's flubs.
Mrs Charles Enterllne, Women's Re-
gional director North Miami Tommun-
ity Chest, Pr. P. R. lJrson. professor
of government at the University of
Miami. Ml" Mary H Merritt. dean of
women University of Miami. Pwiuht
Oton, pres dent Famllv Service Bureau
of Pade County, Malcolm Ross, nni-
versitv editor t'niversitv of Miami.
R*V, Edward W. Cllrich, dean Greater
Miami Christian Workers' College, and
Rev. i.lovd Whyte president <;> itei
Miami Council of Churchi secret
Rev '".." H Ricks, president Greater
Miami Ministerial Association; treas-
urer. Miss Alice at. M:o Vicar, assist-
ant sup. of Public Bchools of Dade
County,
Miami Y Starts Series
Basketball League Game
Basketball league games were
initiated this week by the Miami
Y with the first event between
the All-Stars and the Macabee
Jrs. held last night. This was fol-
lowed by a second game between
the Habonims and the Bialiks.
Participation in the league is
limited to organization members
and matches will be held on
Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday evening December
11 the All-Miami Basketball Lea-
gue, sponsored by the Miami Y.
will hold the first two games of
the round robin series.
Sunday Musical Series
Miss Snow To Present
An opportunity for musically
talented children and adults to
appear in pre-professional en-
gagements is now open to Mi-
amians with the formation of a
series of Sunday musicals by Sally
Snow, concert pianist, at her
studio, 2256 S.W. 16th Terr., at
6 p.m.
Miss Snow was a pupil of Paul
Gallico and appeared on radio
programs in New York City and
throughout the New England
states. She was formerly the piano
teacher of Mimi Benzell, Metro-
politan Opera star.
Those interested in attending
the Sunday musical sessions may
contact Miss Snow at 58-3504.
Mt. Sinai And City Of Miami Beach Agree
On Terms To Acquire Nautilus Site
The Mt. Sinai Hospital Corporation and the Miami Beach
city council entered into an agreement Wednesday whereby
the Nautilus hospital property will be developed, financed and
managed by the corporation for the next 25 years. No cost to
the city will be involved in the arrangement and the step
brought nearer fruition the city's becauge thfi WAA demanded ^
goal of acquiring the property
from the War Assets Administra-
tion.
In return, city council grants
the Mt. Sinai group an irrevocable I also asked triat proof be sub-
file city show use of all the prop-
erty involved, including Johns
and Collins Islands. The WAA
option to purchase after 20 years
all the hospital facilities from the
city for the present fair value of
$1,400,000 less all improvements
made by the corporation.
City officials said that the
agreement was made necessary I Pavements at the site within 30
________________________________I days after acquisition of the nos-
mitted that the facilities would
be improved and maintained as a
hospital.
In the agreement, the hospital
corporation agrees to start im-
AJC Board To Meet
The Greater Miami Chapter,
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will hold an
executive board meeting at the
home of the president, Mrs. A. A.
Hayden, 2331 S.W. 21st Terr., Mi-
ami, on Monday at 10 a.m.
10:00 A.M.
10:00 A.M.
8:00 P.M.
9:45 A.M.
10:00 A.M.
10:30 A.M.
PRE-CONFERENCE EVENTS
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1948
Noon Miami Kiwanis Club.......................Columbus Hotel
4:00-5:15 P.M. WBAY........................Rev. Earl H. Tomlin
CONFERENCE PROGRAM
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1948
Mt. Zion Baptist Church............Mrs. Alisa K. Ekol
Bethel AME Church..............Rev. Earl H. Tomlin
All Faiths Worship and Sunday Evening Forum
Bavfront Park
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1948
WIOR.................Mrs. Welthy Honsinger Fisher
Press Conference.....................Columbus Hotel
Greater Miami Ministerial Assn................YMCA
Noon Dade County Bar Association...............Columbus Hotel
1:45-2:00 P.M.WQAM......................Rev. David R. Hunter
1:30-4:30 P.M. University of Miami Seminar
4:30 P.M. University of Miami Faculty Smoker
6:30 P.M. Banquet, Greater Miami Chapter American Christian
Palestine Committee..............Columbus Hotel
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1948
9:45-10:00 A.M. WIOD..........................Dr. Ruth Gruber
10:30 A.M. Dade County Federation of Women's
Clubs ............................Lincoln Theatre-
Miami Beach Optimist Club-----MacFadden-Deauville Hotel
Miami Exchange Club..................El Commodoro Hote!
Miami Civitan Club......................McAllister Hotel
Miami Beach Rotary Club......MacFadden-Deauville Hote:
Sponsors' Luncheon........................Columbus Hotel
Meeting and Tea for Women..........McAllister Hotel
Miami Jr. Chamber of Commerce
Dinner.......................Miami Country Club
Victory Banquet 1949 Community Chest
Drive ............................Columbus Hotel
United Nations Cooperative
Council.....................Robert Richter Hotel
POST CONFERENCE EVENTS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1948
Noon Miami Lions Club.........................McAllister Hotel
12:30 P.M. International Relations Club.......University of Miami
3:00-3:30 P.M. WGBS........................Rev. Earl H. Tomlin
8:30 P.M. American Veterans Comm. of Miami
Beach.........................International Hotel
Abramskys Celebrate
Their First Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Abramsky,
3475 S.W. 28th St.. celebrated their
first anniversary on November 16.
Mrs. Abramsky is the former
Helen Horowitz of Binghampton.
N*. Y. A musician. Mrs. Abramsky
has toured the country with many
all-girl orchestra.
Noon
Noon
Noon
Noon
Noon
3:30 P.M.
6:30 P.M.
6:30 P.M.
8:00 P.M.
FDR B'nai B'rith Meets
Weekly At Miami Y
The FDR Chapter of Miami
B'nai B'rith Young men will meet
every Wednesday evening, 8:15
p.m. at the Miami Y, according to
Joe Vogel, president. Young men
between the ages of 18 and 25 are
invited to attend the weekly meet-
ings and join the organization.
Daughters Of Israel
Sponsor Picture Show
The Daughters of Israel are
sponsoring a variety motion pic-
ture show at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue on Sunday at 8 p.m.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements consists of Mrs. A. R.
Berow, Mrs. I. Brenner, Mrs. S.
Reinhardt and Mrs. E. Lillienfeld.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
and the Anti-Defamation League
is cooperating with the women's
organization in planning the
event
Delegates Elected
Miss Elaine Sachs and Miss
Thelma Cohen have been elected
delegates to represent the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah at the
national convention at the Statler
Hotel, Washington, D. C, on No-
vember 26 and 27. Upon their re-
turn the delegates will give the
reports at a general assembly.
Miss Sachs is president of the
Miami Unit, and Miss Cohen ed-
ucation chairman.
Miami Responds
To Urgent Plea
For Cash Funds
Responding to the urgent ap-
peal for immediate cash by Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., national chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal,
the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
at a special meeting last Tuesday
(November 16) voted to borrow
sufficient money from local banks
to pay the federation's final in-
stallment of $160,000 due to the
UJA from the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal.
The plea by Mr. Morgenthau
was in the form of a nationwide
telephone conference to which the
Jewish leaders of more than fifty
communities heard the former
secretary of the treasury predict
ultimate victory for Israeli in its
present war with Arab states.
"Israel is the land of miracles,"
Mr. Morgenthau said. "The Jews
of Israel have carved a veritable
Burma road out of the rocks ot
Judea. They have built up an
Israeli Navy in the face of their
terrible war. They are keeping
open the gates to the displaced
persons of Europe.
pital by the city, and to operate
a 100-bed general hospital as soon
as practicable.
They also agree to construct a
five story, 300-bed hospital on
Collins Island for acute cases and
to construct at least two stories
of this structure to house at least
120 additional beds as soon as
possible.
The corporation also agrees to
develop the present hotel build-
ing on the site as a 100-bed hos-
pital for chronic and convalescent
cases, and to develop facilities on
Johns Island as a health center
for convalescents and a rehabilita-
tion area for polio and spastic
patients.
All developments will be made
by the corporation without cost
to the city and the corporation
agrees to carry at least $100,090
insurance to protect the publics
interest.
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PPIPAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948
Rabbi Zwitman Receives Signal Honor
From Union of American Hebrew Cong.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel, was one of two
individuals in the United States to be awarded a citation bv the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion for "outstanding
service to the Combined Campaign of the Union of American He-
b r e w Congregations
and the Hebrew Union
College for the year
1947-48.
Rabbi Zwitman has
been honored with two
other awards during
the past year. With
the presentation of an
Honorary Reserve
Commission in the
United States Army,
he became the first
Jewish Chaplain in the
history of the United
States to achieve this
distinction. He also be-
came the first minister
j of any denomination in
the State of Florida to
be so distinguished.
The third citation was
presented to Rabbi
Zwitman by the Jew-
ish Social Service Bu-
reau for securing 100
new members for the
organization.
Rabbi Zwitman was
recently invited by the
Hebrew Union Col-
lege Jewish Institute
of Religion to make
the opening address at
their academic session
but because of illness
was unable to accept.
Dr. Samuel S. Hollender of Chicago, chairman of the annual
combined Campaign for the maintenance of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, who reported that the 1948-49 campaign would
seek a total of $1,829,000, presented the citations at the 40th biennial
council of the organization meeting in Boston last weekend. Zwit-
man's citation was accepted in his behalf by Harold Spaet, past
president of Temple Israel.
A recommendation that the headquarters of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations to moved from Cincinnati to New York
a proposal which is a subject of controversy within the organiza-
tionwas made by Dr. Maurice H. Eisendrath, president of the
U.A.H.C, in his presidential message. The parley, which is also cele
brating the U.A.H.C.'s 75th anniversary, heard Dr. Sisendrath sug-
gest the organization of a successor to the American Jewish Con-
ference.
He also proposed utilization of the motion pictures for education
in religious schools and adult education programs, creation of a
national radio program to speak for Liberal Judaism in America.
adoption of a code of ethics and a program of pulpit placement ac-
ceptable to both the U.A.H.C. and the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis, and ratification of a plan for a joint commission of the
two rabbinical bodies in the field of social action.
An almost twenty percent increase in the number of congrega-
tions and a forty percent increase in the number of members during
tne past five years in the ranks of Reform Judaism was also reported
oy Dr. Eisendrath. A report by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, chairman oi
tne combined campaign of the U.A.H.C. and the Hebrew Union
Vaio ?n",WIsh Institute of Religion, reported that the goal of the
1948 49 fund drive is $1,829,000.
Ma. i'n*ding *rom Miami were Mrs. Louis Zeientz, representing the
national Association of Temple Secretaries, and Judge Harold Spaet,
as d delegates from Temple Israel.
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PAGE FIVE
Local Delegates
Return From
Zionist Sessions
Returning this week from New
York, where they attending the
meeting of the economic affairs
committee of the Zionist organ-
isation of America, are Alfred
Stone, president, Miami Beach
Zionist District, Abraham Good-
man, national board member of
the Z.O.A., and Joseph Lipton,
Miami Beach Zionist District. The
meeting was held on November
14 at the Waldorf-Astoria, for the
purpose of studying the needs and
possibilities of economic develop-
ment in Israel Bernard S. Feiner
a board member met the group
in New York.
Also returning from New York
is Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman
of the food for Israel committee
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, who conferred with Manuel
Posey, national director of the
American Zionist Fund, on a spe-
cial phase of the Food for Israel
Orivethe assembly of hundred
of freight cars filled with food-
stuffs donated by ZOA districts
throughout the country, all merg-
ing into a Food Train to be formed
in New York City early in De-
cember.
Miami Y Ready For Gala Thanksgiving
Eve Affair in Auditorium on Wednesday
Rabbi Rackovsky Leads
New Mishnayos Group
The formation of a Chevrah
Mishnayos organization was an-
| nounced this week and will be led
by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah
Congregation. Samuel Diamond
has been named temporary chair-
man.
The organization is open to the
public and will make its head-
quarters at Beth Tfilah. Classes
are held every weekday morning
at 8 o'clock. The schedule for gen-
eral meetings of the group will
be announced shortly.
C ariliae Chapter
Plans Dinner
The opening event of the Dade
Chapter, National Children's
Cardiac Home, will be held on
Thanksgiving Eve, November 24
IJ "' P.m. The affair will be a
Nmner-dance including a floor
show and will take place at Man-
"'nne s Restaurant. Subscription is
pb.OO per person and reservations
lmay be made by calling Mrs. S.
K'th at 5-5965 or Mrs. G. Glick
I at 6-5204.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Mrs. W.
ILohen, chairman, Mrs. R. Tarr,
co-chairman, Mrs. S. Rich, ticket
I chairman and Mrs. G. Gluck co-
ichairman for tickets.
Hillel Director Is Guest
Oi Rose Chapter B.B.
Dr. Donald Michelson, director
of the Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami, will be
principal speaker at a meeting of
the Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, Tuesday, at the Miami Y.
The program will also feature
a talk by Miss Marian Ginsberg,
University senior, and chairman
of the Hillel Interfaith committee.
Mrs. Norman Reinhard, presi-
dent of the Rose Chapter, will
preside and Mrs. Betty Ann Mar-
shall, program chairman^ will in-
troduce the speakers. Refresh-
ments will be served. Young
ladies interesting in joining the
group are asked to contact Mrs.
Reinhard before the meeting.
Enrollment Reaches 75
An enrollment of 75 has been
announced by the Institute of
Jewish Studies which meets Mon-
day nights from 8 to 10 p.m. In-
cluded in the curriculum are ele-
mentary and advanced elementary
Hebrew, history, Bible and Pal-
estinian songs.
Sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, Beth David,
Beth El and the Miami Y the in-
stitute is housed at Beth El.
Further information about the
courses offered may be obtained
by calling the Bureau of Jewish
Education at 3-5858.
Mrs. Fred Grossberg, ticket
Kaplan, Miami Y president, first
Eve Dance.
Wednesday evening, November
24, at 8:30 is the time set for the
first gala event of the Miami Y
in its new building.
Sam Seitlin, chairman of the
social committee of the Miami Y,
stated that the auditorium will
take on a holiday atmosphere,
and tables will be set in night
club fashion. A series of soft
lights permeated the auditorium.
Leo Fisk and his eight piece
orchestra will furnish the music
for dancing. Entertainment will
take place during the evening.
The admission fee is $2 and in-
cludes all purchases after enter-
ing the Y. Members of the board
have been elected as patrons and
patronesses of the dance.
Mr. Seitlin requested that table
reservations be made in advance
as the space is limited. Reserva-
chairman, is shown selling Leon
block of tickets to Thanksgiving
tion may be made by calling the
Y office 3-5489. Tickets are $2 per
person including tax.
Home For Aged Auxiliary
Party Follows Meeting
Following a meeting at 11
o'clock on Tuesday at Beth El's
auditorium the Miami Ladies
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
for the Aged will have a luncheon
I and card party. Mrs. Etha Beck,
| president, announces that tickets
at $1.00 may be purchased at the
door.
To Address Luncheon
Dr. Marius Ranson of Temple
Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will
be guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon meet-
ing today at 12:15 in the Down-
towner Restaurant.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,
1948
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
9*
DOMESTIC ISSUES:
, ir.gton for a loan have now
Interest of numerous Jewish 1 reached a technical level Os-
leaders in this country is now j car Gass, the well-known econom-
centered on the behind-the-scenes | ist> is handling these negotiations
activities of Bed Locker, chair- on behalf of the Israeli govern-
rr.an of the Jewish Agency ex- G. .McDonald
ecutive in Jerusalem ... He *as. < representative in Is-
sent here from. Israel to look into L-=>- sPe"\',* rarrvine out a
no circumstances should a separ-
ate drive be launched for Israel
outside of the U.P.A. ... He is also
supposed to settle other griev-
ances which members of the
American branch of the Jewish
rect peace talks between the Jews
and the Arabs There is no
doubt in Washington that Truman
will take early steps to implement
the pledges of the Democratic
Party with regard to Israel .
American brancn ox me jew*n B feel that this move may
Agency executive have recently But somewe i
developed against the Jerusalem ^J^^ state Department
branch of the executive These ^XiwhUe, *J k*nds Pof drivea j
grievances have reached a pom CQUn.,
where some leading members of wlJ
the American branch indicated
that there is no use in their serv-
ing on the executive if matters
will not be properly adjusted .
Knowing Locker as one of the
best mediators which the Zionist
movement has. I have no doubt
that he will succeed in straighten-
ing things out Otherwise, the
Council of Jewish Federations and
try for private loans for various;
projects in Israel The Israel;
Corporation of America will seek!
S3.000.000 in the United States
which will be matched with an-,
other S3.000.000 by the Israeli,
government for the purpose of
housing construction in Israel .
And Eliahu Epstein. Israeli repre-
sentative in Washington, is now
Council of Jewisn t eaerauons ana ,.......... .;. nf nrom-
Welfare Funds, which is sched-; summoning a conference of prom
mt^of^^ -
compelled tohave a s.ong.ay m ^ma^in olve' S10O-
policv of the leaders of theCoun- 000.000 in investmen s expected
oil has always been to promote to come from private American
and cement unity in American investors Other commema
Jewish communal life ... If the pro ects for America^who ma
pro-Montor grouo should really be interested.in investing money
cam- out its threat to launch a ; in Israel, enterprises are, now m
separatist drive for Israel in com- the making, since the Israeli gW-
Eisenhower's astonishment. Dar-
lan came to his office with a letter
signed by a man whom he identi-
fied as the "Rabbi of Constantine"
which implored the authorities to
go very slowly in relaxation of
anti-Jewish practices Else,
the letter said, the Arabs would
stage a pogrom ... The situation
became quite delicate for Gen.
Eisenhower when a rumor was
spread among the Arabs that he
was a Jew, sent into North Africa
by the "Jew, Roosevelt," to grind
down the Arabs and turn over
North Africa to Jewish rule .
The political staff of the U.S.
Army in North Africa was quite
concerned about this rumor, Eisen-
hower reveals They published
material on him in newspaper and
in special leaflets to establish evi-
dence of his ancestry Arab
unrest. Eisenhower points out,
could have set the American mili-
tarv plans back for months .
Careful handling was, therefore,
necessary in order to prevent the
Arab-Jewish-French pot in North
Africa from boiling over Gen.
Eisenhower also gives a touching
picture of the deplorable condi-
tion in which he found the dis-
placed Jews in Germany after the
defeat of the Nazis ... He con-
siders them as the primary vic-
tims of the Nazi regime and de-
scribes the difficulties encount-
ered in providing aid for them
during the first weeks of their
liberation.
petition with the U.P.A., then the
General Assemblv of the C.J.F.
ernment is preparing to attract
as much foreign capital as possi
Uer.erai Assemoiv 01 ir.e _.j.r. ------- ~, ,. ____,,. nt
W.F. mav become the most stormy ble to strengthen the economy of
Jewish gathering of the year ... the Jewish state .;
Already, there is a proposal to
revolutionize the entire system of
allocations bv the Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds to the
various national organizations and
agencies This proposal recom-
mends the establishment of a Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Fund to be-
EISENHOWER'S RECORD:
No intelligent American can af-
ford to skip Gen. Dwight D
Eisenhowers "Crusade in Eu-
rope." just published by Double-
day ... It is the history of World
War II and of the aftermath of
tionai je\vi>r. nfiime r uuu i<> u>r- -- .
come the central allocation body!this war. impressively told b> he
on behalf of all the federations I person who brought about the
and welfare funds in the country
... At present, the leaders of the
U.P.A. are conferring with the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds regarding the
thirty-three percent representa-
tion "which the U.P.A. is ready to
give on i*-s governing bodies to
Jewish communities How-
ever, the same leaders refuse to
negotiate directly on the same
subject with the group of com-
munity leaders which is support-
military defeat of the Nazi armies
. And in this personal account.
Gen. Eisenhower throws a very
interesting light on the situation
of the Jews in North Africa dur-
ing the war ... He minces no
words about the French General
Nogues and Adn-.iral Darlan, and
tells how they exploited the anti-
Jewish feelings among the Arabs
in North Africa to prevent the
cancellation of the anti-Jewish
laws of the Vichy regime Gen
Flagler-Granada
To Stage Party
For Mew Year Evo
Forty members and friends at-
tended the card party given
last week at the home of Mrs.
Morris Marks by the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Mrs. Ben Clein, sunshine com-
mittee chairman, was hostess.
Joe Masters, chairman of the
entertainment committee, has an-
nounced plans for a New Year's
Evesaffair to be given by the or-
ganization at the Coral Gables
Women's Club. Admission will be
by reservation only. Reservations
must be made before December 1
by calling Mrs. Sam Weber at
4-0479. Further details will be re-
leased at a later date.
munitv leaders w.-.icn is buppun- *-"- -" -. ...
ing Montor The argument ad-, Eisenhower, however, insisted that
vanced is: "We do not see our the French authorities ameliorate
way clear to negotiate with a anti-Semitic laws and Practices
group which threatens to estab-
lish a separate drive to compete
with the United Palestine Ap-
peal." .

ISRAELI TRENDS:
The Israeli negotiations with
and was going far beyond the
bounds of "Allied cooperation" in
the forcefulness of his demand
. Appropriate proclamations
were issued and the U.S. military
command felt that some progress
in favor of the Jews had been
Beach Hadassah
Holds Card Party
The Miami Beach Group of Ha-
dassah will hold a card party on
Monday, at 2 p.m. at the Concord
Cafeteria, 1921 Collins Ave. Tick-
ets may be secured by calling
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman at 5-4827.
Refreshments will be served. Mrs.
Anne Wolf and Mrs. Joseph L.
Shawrr.ut, chairman and co-chair-
man of the ways and means com-
mittee, are in charge of arrange-
ments.
the Export-Import Bank in Wash-1 achieved However, to Pen.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1948
DP Problem On Way to Solution Advisor
On Jewish Affairs Relates To JDC
CHICAGO, OTA)"We are now well on the way to solving
the Jewish DP problem." Prof. William Haber. advisor on Jewish
affairs to the American military command in Europe, told the
34th annual meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee. Some
2,000 delegates from various parts of the United States heard
Prof. Haber's "progress report," a
+Jew1stFhridUairi
PAGE SEVEN
Who can read the future?
speech prepared by David E.
Lilienthal, chairman of the Atom-
ic Energy Commission, and Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg, chairman
of the J.D.C.
Dr. Haber, who flew to the con-
ference from Frankfurt, declared
that we are now well on the way
to the solution of the Jewish DP
problem. Although the end is by
no means in sight," he continued,
"we have crossed the roughest
part of the road we have to travel
in emptying the DP camps."
Some 4,000 Jewish DP's a month
are leaving the camps for Israel,
he disclosed. Of the 145,000 Jew-
ish displaced persons in Germany,
Austria and Italy, Israel will ab-
sorb 110,000, while the other 35,-
000 may expect to find new homes
in the U. S., Canada and other
lands, he said. Dr. Haber praised
the U. S. army personnel in Ger-
many, from General Clay down,
for their "work and sympathetic
understanding in handling the
delicate, complex problem."
Contrasting the DP's of three
years ago who, he said, were
broken in body and spirit, with
these same men and women to-
day, Haber found them wearing a
"new look of hope and dignity"
with "their backs straight, their
eyes clear" and looking "like any
other human beings." Reporting
on his recent visit to Israel, he
declared that the former DP's are
already contributing to the build-
ing of the Jewish state. "To some
extent at least, the battle for Is-
rael was won in the DP camps of
Germany," he asserted.
Lilienthal, whose speech was
read for him because he was
confined to his home in Maryland
on account of illness, praised the
record of the J.D.C as an inspir-
ing "example and proof of hu-
next year's program of assistance
would emphasize immigration ac-
tivities and intensify the recon-
struction program.
Since the end of the war, he
said, the J.D.C. has helped 125,-
000 Jews leave Europe. Under the
resettlement program, he added,
120,000 Jews in 1948 alone have
been helped to become fully or
partially self-supporting. "But the
point where Europe's Jews can
lead normal decent lives free from
want and fear has not yet been
reached," Warburg stated. "This
is their goal and ours. If we do
not fail them, they will reach this
goal. And where -there was almost
no life there will again be life."
A merger of the emigration
services of the J.D.C. and HIAS
in Germany was announced by
Leavitt. He said the merger was
affected to facilitate immigration
to the U. S. under the new DP
act. He described it as one of
several unifying actions the J.D.C.
has taken in the past year to con-
solidate European Jewish aid ac-
tivities.
A resolution supporting the
J.D.C. regional program was also
adopted unanimously by the
board of directors.
Alpha Iota Women
Plan Dutch Supper
Mrs. Rose Goldberg, publicity
chairman of the Women's League,
Alpha Iota Chapter, announces a
Dutch supper and swimming party
to be held on Sunday from 3 p.m.
to midnight, at the home of Mrs.
Benjamin Adler, 853 Sunset Dr.,
South Miami. Supper will be
served at 5:30 p.m. Adults attend-
ance will be $1.00 with children
under 12 years of age admitted
marutanan and ethical precepts for fifty cents Mrs charlotte F.
' Hass is chairman of the affair,
in action." He added: "You have
given to mankind, to a sorely
troubled mankind, a living dem-
onstration of faith through works,
of brotherly love by deed as well
as by word, of compassion for the
homeless, the defenseless and the
tortured, of tenderness for the
fatherless and widowed."
Warburg described the "remark-
able progress" made by the 1,-
400,000 displaced Jews of Europe
since V-E Day. "They are on the
road to life," he said, "an achieve-
ment due largely to the more than
$200,000,000 the J.D.C. spent in
their behalf since liberation." The
agency's head then declared that
is chairman of
with Mrs. Benjamin
chairman.
the
Adler
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,
Shower Tendered To
Charlotte Blumberg
In New Jersey
More than 35 people attended
a miscellaneous shower given last
week in honor of bride-elect
Charlotte Blumberg at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. LouLs Fried, 316
Galloping Hill Road, Roselle Park.
Among those present was Mrs.
Nat Blumberg, mother of the
bride-to-be. Charlotte will be
married to Stanley Fried on
Thanksgiving Day in New Jersey.
Hostesses at the shower were
Mrs. Herman Shatsky, Mrs. Jos-
eph Waldo and Mrs. George Witt.
all of Elizabeth. N. J. Ar. autumn
theme was used in decorations.
Father of the bride, Nat Blum-
berg, is en route north where he
will remain until after the cere-
monies.
Marjorie Eaker
Becomes Bride Of
Dr. Jerome Flceman
At the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin J. Eaker, of Durham. N. C.
Marjorie Marie Eaker became the
bride of Dr. Jerome Fleeman, of
Miami Beach, on November 6. Dr.
Fleeman is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Fleemar., 4554
Adams Ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Mildred Hartman. of Mi-
ami Beach, attended the bride,
with David Fleemar., brother of
the groom, as best man. A re-
ception and buffet supper fol-
lowed the ceremonies.
Mrs. Fleeman attended Duke
University and was associated
with Duke Hospital as ar. X-ray
technician. Dr. Fleeman attended
Syracuse and Northwestern uni-
versities.
The couple is now at home in
Miami Beach.
Personally Speaking...
Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac Ever, 1415 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a son on November 15 at St.
Francis Hospital. The bris will be held on Tuesday at the Evers
lesidence at 1:30 p.m.
* *
Isaac Levin is recuperating at Jackson Memorial following
an illness.
* *
Cantor Berele Kelemer has rejoined his family at 4219
Sheridan Ave. after six weeks spent in the north. The Cantor
conducted High Holy Day services in Detroit for the 11th con-
secutive year, followed by a visit with his father and mother.
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Kelemer in New York.
+ *
Mrs. A. Wertheimer left on November 7 for an extended
stay in New York and Baltimore, where she will visit relatives
end friends. Following a business trip to Chicago and St. Louis,
Mr. Wertheimer will join her in the north. They will return to
Miami about December 6.
* *
Mrs. Ida Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave., recently celebrated
her birthday with a family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller
were also present.
* *
Syms Stollerman of New York, is visiting his cousms, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Decky, 905 Michigan Ave.
* *
The family of Mrs. Sadie Miller, 846 Michigan Ave., recent-
ly had a gathering to honor Mrs. Miller on her birthday. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack, and Mr. and
Mrs. Seiqal.
* +
George Talianoff, executive director of the Anti-Defamation
League, was surprised by his staff with a birthday party on
Monday afternoon. Also present were his wife and daughter
Susan and the staff of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith office.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Namoff, 3511 N.W. 18th St., announce
the birth of a son David Alan, on October 21 at Victoria Hospital.
M M -ft
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Koblenz, 711 S.W. 10th St., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter Florence Lynn on Thursday,
November 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Koblenz is
the former Gloria Kirstein. _______^_^__
ber of Alpha Omega, dental frai
ermty, and Tau Epsilon Phi nr'
Rose is a member of the ShH?"
and the Scottish Rltes '""
The marriage is scheduled for
next spring. Ior
SOS Final Report
Due >ext Week
Final results of the SOS drive
have not been tabulated, ac-
cording to Stan Murray, director
of the SOS Collection campaign
in this area. Mr. Murray stated
that a deluge of telephone calls
for information regarding de-
livery of packages poured into
the headquarters at the Beach
Y after the drive last Sunday
making the total collection dif-
ficult to estimate at the time the
Floridian went to press. Com-
plete reports will be released
next week, he stated.
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Gives First Social
A membership dance will
be the first social affair of the
current season given by the newly
formed Junior League of the Mi-
ami Y. This dance will be held
Sunday, December 5, at 8:30 p.m.,
in the outdoor patio of the Miami
Young Men's and Women's He-
brew Association. Admission will
be free of charge, it was an-
nounced by Samuel Kessler, mem-
bership chairman.
The Junior League is a social
organization for young men and
women over 21 years of age. Meet-
ings are held the second and
fourth Wednesday of each month
at the Y. The next meeting will
be held Wednesday, December 8.
8 p.m. Young adults are invited
to attend. David Kornberg is or-
ganization president.
Shower Honors
Miss Marian Berman
Bride-to-be Marian Berman was
honored recently with a shower
given by Miss Frieda Ankus and
Miss Sara Mandel in the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Berman, 1414 Alton Road, Miami
Beach. Marian will wed Charles
M. Freefield, 1620 S.W. 44th St.,
Miami, on November 25 at Temple
Isaiah.
Guests included Miss Lillian
Aronson, Mrs. Lenore Goldman.
Miss Florence Hildebrandt, Miss
Selma Lewis, Mrs. Renee New-
man, Miss Blanche Pieros, Miss
Beverly Raphael, Miss Natalie
Samuels, Mrs. Rosalyn Soltz and
Miss Phyllis Wilpon.
Veterans Chapter Meets
At Freedom House
The next meeting of the Ameri-
can Veterans' Committee will be
; held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in their
club rooms at the Freedom House.
4325 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
All veterans are invited to attend.
The AVC meets the second and
fourth Wednesday of every month
at the Freedom House.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louis
Kimmel, 7910 Byron Ave., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Maxine Dennis Kimmel,
to Dr. Arthur Rose, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Rose, 1520 Meri-
dian Ave.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school where she was a
member of the National Honor
society and the National Thespian
Society, Miss Kimmel was one of
four students selected by "Teen"
magazine as an outstanding
senior. She is now studing at the
University of Miami.
Dr. Rose is a graduate of Emory
University where he was a mem-
Florida Hone\Tmoon
For Rosenthals
At the Netherlands Hotel Sun-
day afternoon Rabbi David Raab
united in marriage Helen Plotkin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Plotkin, 1135 S.W. 6th St. to Eu-
gene J. Rosenthal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal, 7149
Bonita Drive.
Gowned in white satin, the
bride was attended by her sister.
Mrs. J. Neurenberg. matron-of-
honor: Mrs. Stanley Lambert and
and Miss Henrietta Rosenthal,
sister of the groom, as brides-
maids: Linda Schreiber and Mar-
cia Neurenberg, junior brides-
maids; Carol Neurenberg, flower
girl; and Gary Lawn, ring bearer.
Best man was Stanley Lambert;
patron-of-honor, Joe Neurenberg;
and usher, Joe Golden.
Miss Plotkin, formerly of Chi-
cago, attended Miami schools. The
groom attended schools n New
Jersey.
Flying in from Bradley Beach.
N. J., to attend the wedding were
Mr. and Mrs. Al Lawn, brother-
in-law and sister of the groom.
Californian relatives of the bride
were also present. A dinner for
125 guests was held following the
ceremony. The couple is now
honeymooning in the state.
Spring Wedding For
Leonore Wcinthal
Announcement has been mad*
of the betrothal of Leonore n
Weinthal, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Murray C. Weinthal R'na
N.W. Miami Place, to Dr Alvn
L. Krasne. son of Mr. and Mrs
Harry J. Krasne, East Orange^
Miss Weinthal is a graduate
of Miami Edison and was a stu-
dent at the University of Miami"
She is a member of several serv-
ice organizations, among them the
Debbs chapter^B'nai B'rith, Doro-
thy Bornstein chapter B'nai B'rith
and is a Senior Service Scout.
Dr. Krasne is a graduate of the
University of St. Louis School of
Dentistry and also attended Tem-
ple University. He is a member
of AlphaOmega and Pi Lambda
Phi fraternities. A staff member
of the oral surgery department,
Greenpoint Hospital, Brooklyn!
Dr. Krasne is on the board of
Children's Guardians of Essex
County, N. J.
An early spring wedding is be-
ing planned.
Miss Jackson To Wed
B'nai B'rith Director
At 8 o'clock tomorrow night
Leonora Jackson will become the
bride of Howard Liebrr.an. Leon-
ora is the daughter of Mrs. Dora
Goldstein, 806 S.W. 13th Ave. She
is a student at the University of
Miami. Mr. Liebman is director of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion.
The double rir.g ceremony.
which will be held in the Dora
August Memorial Hall of Con-
gregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th
Ave., will be followed by a re-
ception at the home of the bride.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will per-
form the wedding rites.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1948
C.G. Jewish Center
Starts Services
At Pratt Hospital
Jewish patients at Pratt Gen-
eral Hospital, Coral Gables, will
have the opportunity of attending
Friday night services with the an-
nouncement that the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will hold public
services at 8 p.m. in the chapel
of the hospital, under the direc-
tion of Robert Bergman, recently
elected director of the organiza-
tion.
The first gathering will be held
tonight and will be followed by a
reception honoring Mr. Bergman.
Refreshments will be served and
the public has been invited to at-
tend. According to the director
there are now 37 patients of the
Jewish faith at the hospital who
have received special invitations
to be present.
ZJewlstrhrldllari
Gables Women Set
(giiota Luncheon
For December 7
Coral Gables Women's Chapter
of B'nai B'rith has announced
plans for its first annual quota
luncheon to be held Tuesday, De-
cember 7, 12:30 p.m. at Erving's
Restaurant on Coral Way.
Irene Patti, soprano with the
University of Miami Opera Com-
pany, will be featured soloist and
the program will include a series
of Latin-American dances by the
Arthur Murray dance troupe. Mrs.
Irving Becker, first vice president
of the Women's District Grand
Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will
be principal speaker.
Quota luncheon chairman, Mrs.
William Hechler, will be assisted
by Mrs. Hy Bernstein, as co-
chairman. Honorary chairman of
the fund-raising affair is Mrs.
Nathan Bloom, president, assisted
by the following committees:
earning projects chairman, Mrs.
Arthur Winkleman, Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins, Mrs. William Bcrgida,
Mrs. Edward Wolf, Mrs. Maurice
Corenblum; project captains, Mrs.
Johnny Howard, Mrs. Theodore
Goodman, Mrs. Lionel Silverman,
Mrs. E. Slomowitz, Mrs. Bernard
Stone, Mrs. Irving Matlin, Mrs.
Sidney Suss, Mrs. Harry Klein,
Mrs. Lawrence Simpkins.
Further information may be se-
cured from Mrs. Hechler, 4-8943
or co-chairman, Mrs. Bernstein,
83-3230.
PAGE NINE
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Entertainment Features
Of Auxiliary For Aged
Regular Monthly Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m at
the Hyde Park Hotel.
A program of entertainment has
been arranged to follow a brief
business session. Mrs. Abe Gannes,
pianist, who was formerly a
faculty member of the Henry
Street Settlement Music School
in New York, will perform.
Through the courtesy of Mrs. Ben-
jamin Appel films taken at the
recent wedding of two residents
of the Home will be shown.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will pre-
side. Members and friends are in-
vited to attend.
Pioneer Club 2
Installs Officers
The Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion, Club 2 of Miami Beach,
opened their program for the year
with the installation of new of-
ficers.
Inducted into office were Mrs.
Esther Shedroff, president; Mrs.
Celi;, Rubin, first vice president;
Mis. Miriam Wolfman, second vice
president; Mrs. Sarah Malmouth,
treasurer; Mrs. Elsie Wegman, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Zelda
Licbman recording secretary;
Mrs. Ann Goldberg, local secre-
tary; Mrs. Rebecca Schwartz, cor-
responding secretary; Lena
Mintzes, chairman, Moatzath
Hapoaloth, Rose Marcus, Molly
vUtner, and Esther Smith, co-
chairmen; Ethel Dorf, chairman,
Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Ha-
dassah Rattner, chairman, child
rescue fund, with Mrs. Ida Book-
span, co-chairman; Mrs. Yetta
Davidsohn, publicity chairman:
Mrs. Sophie Kranz and Mrs. Shir-
ley Tarr, ways and means com-
mittee; Yetta Davidsohn and M.
Shubow, cultural committee.
Beach Congress Chapter
Adds Seventy Members
Seventy new members were
enrolled by the Miami Beach
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, at a membership luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Harry Koret-
sky, La Gorce Drive, on Monday.
Dr. Celia Wohl, Mrs. Betty Feuer
and Mrs. Lillian Schwartz became
life members. One hundred and
fifty women attended the affair.
Workshop Seminars
The second group of a series of
teachers Workshop Seminars con-
ducted by the Bureau of Jewish
Education will be held on Wed-
nesday, November 24, December 1
and December 8 for the teachers
of grades 3 and 4 in the local
Sunday schools. Teachers will
meet from 8-10 p.m. for a two
hour session at the bureau office,
318 Congress Building, Miami.
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Preliminary plans for organiz-
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Blumenthal, Mrs. Louis Esloe,
Mrs. James Segal, Mrs. Robert
Abel, Mrs. Lee Platt, Mrs. Sam
Leiberman and Mrs. Jack Ne-
merth. An introductory party will
be held at the Coral Gables Worn
en's Club on Monday evening at
8:15. A program of entertainment
is being planned. Abe Gannes,
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, will be the
principal speaker.
Miami Jr. Hadassah
To Sell Trees For JNF
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold a general meet-
ing on November 22 at the Miami
Y at 8 o'clock. The sale of trees
for the Jewish National Fund will
be discussed. Each tree purchased
at a cost of $1.00 will be planted
in Israeli bearing the name of the
donor.
Girls between the ages of 18
to 25 are invited to attend the
meetings held at the Y on altern-
ate Mondays.
Weinstein-Klappcr
The wedding of Rose Weinstein
and Henry Klapper was held at
Temple Isaiah on Sunday, Novem-
ber 14, with Rabbi David Raab
officiating.
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Harriet Schiff and Dr. Jules Beckwitt
ated with his father in the prac-
ticie of optometry.
Following a family dinner and
reception at the Shelborne the
couple will honeymoon in New
York before establishing their
residence in Miami.
In a candlelight ceremony on
December 11 Harriet Schiff will
become the bride of Dr. Jules
Irwin Beckwitt at the Shelborne
Hotel at 6:30. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will officiate. Miss
Schiff is the daughter of Dr. Na-
than S. Schiff, of New York, and
Mrs. Sylvia Schiff. She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Minskoff, of Miami. Dr.
Beckwitt is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, of Miami,
pioneer residents of this area.
Miss Schiff is a graduate of
George Washington University
where she majored in psychology.
A graduate of the Northern Illi-
nois College of Optometry, Dr.
Beckwitt is a veteran of three
years' service in the Pacific where
he served with the Navy and
Marine Corps. He is now associ-
Habonim Groups to Sing
The Habonim groups of Miami
and Miami Beach will present a
program of Palestinian songs and
dances during the Oneg Shabbot
following late services tonight at
the Beth David Congregation.
Dinner Party
Honors Turks
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk were
honored Sunday night with a
dinner party at the Colony Rest-
aurant in celebration of their 10th
wedding anniversary. Thirty
friends were present at the affair.
The Turks who reside at 4312
Royal Palm Ave., have three chil-
dren, Cornelius, Jonathan and
Robin.
Mr. Turk, a prominent attorney,
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,
1948
Momentous Policy And Implementation
Decisions To Face Southeastern Zionists
The establishment of Israel as
an independent Jewish State will
give Southeastern Zionists some
knotty problems to unravel as
they meet in conference at
Charleston, S. C, over the week-
end of November 20-22.
The emphasis no longer will be
on the traditional aim of Zionism
the state having arisen after 50
years of unremitting struggle
but rather on what can be done
to help make it secure, interpret
it to the world, and give it such
economic and moral assistance as
the circumstances may require.
Dr. Sidney Marks, executive di-
rector of theZOA, is slated to ad-
dress the opening session on Sat-
urday evening, November 21. He
is expected to deal with the role
of Zionist districts in promoting
the objectives of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and will be the spokes-
man of the administration in un-
derscoring and analyzing national
policy.
Distinguished representatives of
the ZOA will deal with various
phases of immediate short term
aid and long range economic plan-
ning. Abe Goodman, ZOA vice
president, will present the pro-
gram of the Israel Equipment
Project, the Israel Corporation
and the Economic Affairs Com-
mission. Mrs. William Kirshner.
national vice chairman of the
American Zionist fund, will dis-
cuss the purposes of that project.
And Max Gross, national cam-
paign director of "Food for Is-
rael" will speak on the gigantic
drive which is now underway to
aid the people of Palestine
through procurement and ship-
ment of carloads of food. He will
be introduced by Jack Maziar, re-
gional food chairman.
S. P. Benamy, regional presi-
dent, will deliver his annual mes-
sage at the opening session, which
will also feature a Havdalah cere-
mony and the greetings of the
Charleston Zionist District, of-
fered by President Ben Epstein
and Conference Chairman Wil-
liam Ackerman. Jake Abelson.
treasurer, will make his report at
this session.
Separate panels will be con-
ducted for education and pro-
gramming, as well as public rela-
tions and political action. Alex
Rittenbaum of Birmingham will
be in charge of the education ses-
sion with a board of experts lead-
ing the discussion, as follows:
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Miami
Beach. Dr. Sydney Jacobs of New
Orleans and Michael Adilman of
Savannah. The public relations
seminar will be presided over by
Jack M. Levy of Savannah and
participating as discussion lead-
ers will be Isadore Seelig of New
Orleans, Alfred Stone of Miami
Beach and Samuel L Eplan of
Atlanta.
Plenary sessions will be in
charge of Abe Berkowitz of Birm-
ingham, Robert M. Travis of At-
lanta and Shepard Broad of Mi-
ami Beach. The latter will pre-
side over the final session which
will hear committee reports, con-
sider current business and elect
officers.
Troops Greeted
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A jeepload
of Israeli soldiers who lost their
way inside Lebanon and acci-
dentally reached a Moslem vil-
lage was joyfully greeted by the
inhabitants who asked them for
protection against Fawzi el Kauk-
aji's forces. The Israeli command-
er of the northern front, however,
announced that the army will not
occupy this or other villages
which have asked for protection.
Party To Combine
Brunch And Games
Mrs. Bess Nelson, chairman of
the bazaar committee of Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood, an-
I nounces that a brunch and games
party will be held on Wednesday
in the Temple patio, at 12:30 p.m.
The following bazaar booth
chairmen will be hostesses: Mes-
! dames Rose Kelemer, Selma Mar-
cus, Beverly Becker, Estelle
I Lemish, Lita Sabath, in charge of
' infants' wear; Ruth Robbins,
Claire Whitman, Betty Robbins
i and Peggy Kaplan, in charge of
I toys: Jean Chutkow, Mildred
Wolff and Midge Warren, in
charge of girls' wear.
Admission will be any item of
merchandise falling in these
categories. This donated mer-
chandise will be sold at the Sister-
hood bazaar, to be held at the
Temple on December 21 and 22.
The proceeds will go towards the
support of the Temple's Religious
school.
Beth Sholom Theatre Presentation
Features Margaret Newman Creations
Two shows will be enjoyed by
Greater Miami playgoers who at-
tend the performances of Clare
Boothe's "The Women" which will
be presented in the auditorium of
the Miami Beach High school by
the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood on November 30 and De-
cember 1. According to Mrs. Fred
Grossberg, publicity chairman, the
gowns worn by the cast which
are being designed by Margaret
Newman, will be a show in itself.
In addition to the Newman crea-
tions, the cast will wear shoes by
Gainsborough, jewelry by God-
frey Perrell, minks and ermines
by Alexander Furs, with lingerie
and negligees by Ceil Meyers.
Makeup will also be supervised
by Miss Newman.
According to the fashion de-
signer the show "The Women"
offers an excellent vehicle for de-
sign interpretations. She is keep-
ing most of the costumes under
cover until opening night al-
though some of the ensembles
have already been photographed
by Harper's Bazaar, Warner
Brothers of Hollywood, and Holi-
day magazine.
Miss Newman in addition to her
work in the apparel field, has
many hobbies, among them nairn
ing, sculpting, flying and travel
ing. **
Mrs. Grundwerg to
Attend Convention
Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg, vice
president of the Miami Beach
chapter of Mizrachi women left
last week for the north where
she attended the national con
vention that was held at Atlantic
City from November 12 through
the 16. Speaking before the 23rd
conference was honorary pres.
ident Mrs. Bessie Gottsfeid, sup.
ervisor of the Children's Village
in Palestine.
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For First Florida Conference Of JDA
Representatives of Jewish communities from every section
oi Florida will assemble in Miami Beach, Sunday, December 12,
for the first Florida conference of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA),
it was announced by state JDA leaders.
The JDA, currently seeking a national goal of S6,104,540, is
the fund-raising arm of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, two national agencies de-
voted to combatting bigotry and
promoting inter-faith amity.
The Florida parley is expected
to bring more than a hundred
leaders from every community of
the state to the Roney Plaza for
an all-day review of every phase
of anti-Semitism and the coordi-
nated program of the AJC-ADL.
Co-chairmen of the conference
are JDA executive committee
members Leonard L. Abess of Mi-
ami Beach and Harry W. Rein-
stine of Jacksonville. Abess, co-
chairman of the Miami Commun-
ity Chest Drive, is also a member
of the executive committee, ADL
Florida Regional office.
Noting that the Miami Beach
conference will seek to stimulate
greater community participation
in the program of the JDA
agencies, the co-chairmen de-
clared: "Following the pattern of
previous conferences, the Miami
meeting will seek to determine
how our local Jewish communi-
ties, in the light of their specific
problems on the community level.
can gear their local campaigns
against anti-Semitism with the
comprehensive program of the
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League.
A coast-to-coast turnout of Jew-
ish leaders, representing Jewish
communities in every state of the
Union, convened today in Cleve-
land. Ohio, for the opening ses-
sion of the third annual meeting
of the National Council of the
Joint Defense Appeal (JDA). The
meeting will continue through
the weekend, adjourning Sunday.
B'nai B'rith Girls Stage
Annual Penny Arcade
The size of your waist line will
determine your admission to the
Annual Penny Arcade sponsored
by the B'nai B'rith Girls No. 14
Sholem Lodge on Saturday, No-
vember 20 at 8 p.m., at the Beach
Y. One cent for each inch of the
waist line will be charged those
attending. Dancing, refreshments
and surprise events are scheduled.
GLASS
FOR EVERY
PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS
Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirror* and Resilvering Our Specialty
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FOB REST. CONVALESCENCt
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in .w. jo~ courr
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Gables Zionists Plan
December Mass Meeting
Plans for a mass meeting in
December were laid at a session
of the planning committee of the
Coral Gables Zionist District. The
affair will be held at the Coral
Gables Women's Club with a
prominent guest speaker.
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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(Husband and Wife may have $15,000 insured).
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RESOURCES EXCEED $22,000,000.00
a Special Dime Bank at Dade Federal!
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Assets Over $2,000,000.00
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1948
+Jenisli thrkMan
PAGE ELEVEN
Miami Hebrew
School and Cong.
Installs Officers
A new slate of officers of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation was installed Wednes-
day evening in the building audi-
torium. Mrs. Harry Steinbach, as-
sisted by Ralph Bargteil, was in
charge of the ceremonies, with
Rabbi Simon April as installing
officer.
The following have been ap-
pointed committee chairmen: Jack
Stone, building committee; Max
Apfelbaum, by-laws and ceme-
tery; Wm. Clein and Morris Kot-
kin, co-chairman of daily serv-
ices: Mrs. Herbert Feldan, hos-
pitality and registration; Dave
Kleber, finance; Mrs. Jack Stone,
telephone; Leo Shciner, educa-
tion; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil.
co-chairmen of entertainment and
programs for the Hebrew school;
sunshine, Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz:
accountant, Ben Weiner; refresh-
ment, Mrs. Herman Nedclman:
house chairman, Adolph Fold
man; Mrs. Dave Kleber, sick com-
mittee; Mrs. Peter Glazer, adult
programs; Mrs. Hyman Abramo-
witz, Hebrew school monitor; Ed-
ward L. Becker, parliamentarian;
Hershey Glantz, sergeant-at-arms:
William Weintraub, Purim ball:
Mrs. Harry Steinbach, ways and
means; Mrs. Nat Coulton, mem-
bership.
,IM Council
Moves Offices
Harold Shapiro, president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, announces the re-
moval of the offices of the council
to 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
room 206. Clara Goldenberg, ex-
ecutive secretary of the council
will be in charge of the office.
A general meeting of the dele-
gates representing the constituent
organizations of the council met
at the Tides Hotel on Wednesday
and formulated plans for the en-
suing year.
Jr. Hadassah Dance
Enrolls New Members
More than one hundred and
fifty persons attended the first
formal affair of the Miami Unit
of Junior Hadassah which was
given at the Ritz Plaza Hotel on
November 6. Elaine Sachs, Ha-
dassah president, and Allen Bas-
kin were the winners of the rhum-
ba contest. Dotty Pepper was
chairman of the dance committee.
A social meeting of the organ-
ization was held Monday at the
Miami Y. Rita Ross, chairman of
the entertainment committee, pre-
sented a program of skits, songs
and films. Girls between the ages
of 18 to 25 are invited to attend
the general meetings held at the
Miami Y alternate Mondays at
8 p.m.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Hive your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satiefactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 8. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-MOO
Organization Of Tropical Lodge of B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapter Is Announced
(From left to right) Mrs. Irving Becker, guest speaker and first
vice president of District 5 of Women's Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith
Mrs. Joseph Feldman, temporary treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Silver,
temporary president; Mrs. Irving Cypen, temporary secretary, and
Mrs. Sam Silver, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai
B nth Lodges, assembled at a pre-organizational luncheon held at the
Colony Restaurant on Tuesday, November 9.
Present as honored guest was
Rabbi Lehrman, who gave the in-
vocation. Also, Mrs. Sam Silver,
Mrs. Harold Turk, president of
the Miami Beach Lodge, Miami
Beach Women's Chapter of B'nai
B'rith, and Mrs. Joseph Goldstein,
member of the National BBYO
commission and past president of
District 5 Women's Grand Lodge.
Herbert Silver of the Tropical
Lodge rendered vocal selections
for the group.
Those attending as guests of the
lodpe were: Mesdames Melvin lienner,
.Stanley Richard, Harlan Street, Wll-
lian Segal, Stanley Segul, Lucille
Coldenherg, Herbert Silver, Joseph
h'eldman, Saul Fiarnett, Albert Super-
Stein, .Milton Katz, Malvln Knglander,
l.yla Qoodman, Lea Pollack, Kenneth
Knopman, Lewis Stelnshein, Leonard
Rlvkind, Richard Mai'KoliH, Robert
Blank, Ronnie Seiden, Sam Kessler,
Irving Cypen, Rabbi Uhrman, Mrs.
Irving Becker, -Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs.
Harold Turk, Mrs. Joseph Goldstein
and Irving Cypen.
The following were elected as
temporary officers: Mrs. Herbert
Silver, temporary president; Mrs.
Irving Cypen, temporary secre-
tary; Mrs. Joseph Feldman, tem-
porary treasurer.
There is a membership tea
scheduled for the new group on
Tuesday, November 22. All young .
women wishing to join this new
group as charter members can
contact the secretary, Mrs. Cypen
at 5-4853.
Century Plating Co.
Announces New Location
Now established in their new
location at 3134 Coral Way, the
firm of Century Plating and Engi-
neering, formerly of 1618 Alton
Road, is specializing in the plat-
ing of silver, chrome, brass and
gold. Charles Posner, the owner,
states that special attention is
given to the refinishing of fur-
nishings and fixtures.
AUTO LOCK &
HARDWARE
1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 9-3144
Sales and Service
AUTO LOCKS
SPEEDOMETERS
WINDSHIELD WIPERS
AUTO GLASS & PARTS
SUN VISORS
SPOT LIGHTS
J. A. NILON J. P. NILON
^pZIO S. W. 12th AV. MIAAU-j
LA 3-343LJ
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
WE OmCULLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY Of NWTHERK
jewisn mum MB
Informal ion Gladt, Futruihtd on Request
SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jew/s/i
m

TOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
Strictly Kosher Dairy, Sand-
wiches, Sealtest Fountain Service.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juices
Extracted. Closed Friday nights
and Saturdays.
MAYFIELD'S
1461 Drexel Avenue
Miami Beach
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Grade A Pulverized and
Processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill o{ Any Kind
Phone 4-0335
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
EDDIE ALPER
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Large stock of monu-
ments on display for
immediate delivery in
all Jewish cemeteries.
Serving the leading
Jewish families in this
area since 1925.
Look For the 2-Story White Building
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS $35.00 PttJS CEMETERY CHARGES
OPEN SUNDAYS PHONE 4"3249
You may obtain your copy of
SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL
Written by
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
MIAMI
By calling at or writing to
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST.
or by writing
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAMI, FLA.
Price $2J>0
A III. Director
Balkin To Speak
Gilbert J. Balkin, associate di-
rector of the Florida Regional Of-
fice of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue will be guest speaker at a
meeting of the business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division, Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah, Mon-
day evening, November 22, at
8:30 p.m. The group will meet at
the Miami Y. Mr. Balkin has
chosen for his topic: "Civil
Rights."
Miss Anne Glazier is in charge
of the arrangements.
Cultural meetings are held once
a month and are open to the gen-
eral public. Members are request-
ed to invite their friends.
Miss Rosalyn Klein, president
of the organization, represented
the group at the 34th annual con-
vention of the Women's Zionist
Organization of America held in
Atlantic City, November 5 to No-
vember 9.
Lox And Bagles Served
At Miami Y Club
Lox and Bagles are the order of
the day when the newly organized
Business and Professional Men's
Lox and Bagle Club meets on
Sunday mornings at the Miami Y.
Breakfast is served at 9:30 in
the Y gymnasium, followed by a
round robin volley ball tourna-
ment at 10:30. The game session
ends at noon when the men pro-
ceed to the Health Club, under
the direction of Raymond Phillips.
Florida Fraternity
To Dedicate Plaque
At the annual homecoming
weekend on November 20, the
Florida Delta Chapter of Pi
Lambda Phi at the University
of Florida will unveil and dedi-
cate a plaque to the memory of
those brothers who were lost in
the recent World War.
The inscription reads: "This
plaque has been fashioned through
individual contributions for the
brother of Pi Lambda Phi, in
memory of those seven of their
number, in their college, their
fraternity, their lives, and their
final self-sacrifice in the Armed
Forces of the United States in
World War II, typified so nobly
the purposes and ideals of Pi
Lambda Phi. Brother Nathan
Aronovitz, Brother Louis Dwosk-
in, Brother Alfred Kohn, Brother
William Mayer. Brother Joseph
Pinkonson, Brother Robert Rich-
ter, Brother Simon Rothstein."
The dedication will be accom-
panied by a memorial ceremony
to be attended by alumni and uni-
versity officials.
W> VBNyT IPS.
^ ponspn 'Sfc t\*ov Snu
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phono 2-7439
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
For Better Service to the Public
In Greater Miami...
Up-to-the-minute hi IN equip-
ment, beautifully rumbaed ami
decorated throughout, ear new
MIAMI branch ilgnoli*ee ear eel-
Icy el providing funeral rvU ef
the finest character.
24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
IVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
123 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI MACK
Phone: 5-1355 5-7777
EDWARD T. NEWMAN, Peeerel Dlreetef
All EISENIERG, Treo.erer
iWMlWVflM. 7th miff AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE


PAGE TWELVE
Committee Chairmen for Beach Center Drive Named
fJenlsl ncrMton
LEGAL NOTICE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Rudma Picture Co. at 3S22 S.V Sth
sr Coral Gables, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ....
CHARLES 8. AMP1 R
Sole Owner.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney
4i; Congress Rldg.
11/19-26 12'3-in
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI'IT COI'RT OF THE
MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 12"4.
FREDERICK C. THOMSON. Plaintiff.
vs. JOY THOMSON, Pefendant.
THE STATE OF FI-ORIPA:
TO: MRS. JOY THOMSON
Batchelors Barn
Vitro Road
t lover. Hants,
England
You are hereby notified and ordered
ippear % the Bill of Complaint for
| Divorce filed against you In the above
-:>.,! ..:,-. ,.|. Hi- Ii.-f.ne the IS day
of December, 194S: otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill of Complainant
Will be taken as confessed against
you.
DATED this 12 day of November,
:: E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V.
Jack Ablin, chairman of the initial gifts division, Alfred Stone,
chairman of the hotel division of the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center Building Fund Drive are shown examining plans
of the campaign which gets under way December 5.
At an organizational meeting
Brazilian Pianist
Appear With Symphony
held November 15, committee
chairmen were selected for the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center Building Fund Drive
which gets under way Decem-
ber 5.
Heading the initial gifts divi-
sion is Jack A. Ablin, a member
of the board of directors of the
congregation, whose residence is
6342 No. Bay Road, Miami Beach.
Alfred Stone, Miami Beach hotel
owner, has accepted the chair-
manship of the hotel division,
while Joseph M. Lipton, insur-
ance company executive and
principal owner of the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, will lead the general so-
licitation division.
SAM SILVER
S ill .- for Plaintiff
1708 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
11 19-26 12 3-10
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
STEWART EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 218
3-1254 9-9472
WHITE HELP
For Fine Homes
Yara Bernette
Yara Bernette, Brazilian pain-
ist, will appear with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra in two performances, Sun-
day at 4:30 p.m. and Monday at
ft:30 p.m. Following her debut in
Town Hall in 1942 the artiste
again gave a performance there
in 1946. The following year she
appeared with the New York
Philharmonic at the Lewisohn
Stadium. She is now on her first
concert tour of the United States
and Canada.
PLANTS & SHRUBS
For Sale
Reasonable
JOSEPH MELNICK
1252 N. W. 33rd St.
TeL 3-7115
I&t
.AUGUST BROS Hy,
a
is the ntsi
LEGAL NOTICE
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 1170 S. W. 23rd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
METER I. BLOCK
Sole Owner
K''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
Smith Miami Clinic at No 7 U S
Highway, South Miami, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DR. JAMES T. ROSS, JR.
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
LAS Ice Cream Company at 2417 N
Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
LOUIS POWESKY
SOPHIE POWESKY
11/12-19-26 12/3-10
GRADE
"A"
PRODUCTS
SERVING
GREATER
MIAMI
jMILK CREAM ICECREAM]
MILK -- CREAM ICE CREAM
CHILDREN NEED
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE 5-5537
M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In-
huslness under the fictitious name of
JOEL'S SHOES at 34 North Miami
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
MEYER A WOLPE
LEONARD WOLPE
WA8MAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
11 19-26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE n.\<; METAL CO., not In-
corporated at 1212 N. w. First Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
J. F. LAZARUS
WA8MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
11 19-26 12 3-10-17
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No 120889,
PAULINE MAE FIORDILISO. Plain-
tiff. VS. BALVATORE PAUL FIOR-
DILISO, Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: SALVATORE PAUL FIORDILISO
1.9-11 150th Road
Jamaica South, Ing Island,
New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bin ,f Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the above-
styled cause on or before the 9 dav
of December. 1948; or a Decree Pro-
Onnfesso will t> entered against vou.
Dated at Miami. Dade Countv, Flor-
ida, this 9 day of November. 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
. CIcrk of circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, W. STOCKING.
JOSEPH W. MALEK DePUt>' C,ert'
Solicitor for Plaintiff
I70S Congrese Building
Miami 32. Florida
11,12-19-26 12/3
,v J?,RDER 0F PUBLICATION
' ,,IH1,Vr,1,RCL'IT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Vv 2?B^82S*TF' FLORIDA.
, ~IN. UIIANCERY, No. 120098.
LUCY LEFKOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs
L' > IS LEFOOURT, Defendant.
To: Louis Lefkowltz, also known as
Louis Lefcourt, Address Unknown:
,J. ar<* hereb>- ordered to file vour
appearance or answer to the bill of
fompjalnt for dlvnrce-filed against vou
he tVSX-L5F5OW,TZ- or Wo^
!ei .v.day,.of November, 1948. other-
Wise the allegations of said bill will
ofnorc:JoFbet,N^8ORDEREt, iM* *
f i E, B; LEATHERMAN.
'Circuit CoCurtkSeBl),he C'rCUlt Court-
By R. H. RICE, JR
OEORGE J. TALIANOFFPUty C'"k
fo i^'tor for Plaintiff
10/29 11/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
MY" SISTFRdAVl?', *?&* "* Of
Miami, Florida
10/29 11/5-12-19-26
N^r ^i&ct,t,ou
St., Intends.to register ILtZ V Fl'Klw
the Clerk of the Cjrcuitr,.r.ain.' ?**
County, Florida. Court of ade
L. FRIEDLER
BURNETT IvOTH-
Attorney
4'2 Congress Bldg
11/19-28 12/Mo* m ^ .
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Perl Bros, at 130 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
A S PERL
MICHAEL PERL
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 of
Marshall-Drake Upholsterers at 1633
S \V. 27th Avenu. Miami, Florida.
Intend! 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 TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
ISOSSfi.
EVELYN M STUART, Plaintiff, vs.
BRUNO WILLIAM STUART, De-
fendant.
You, BRUNO WILLIAM STUART.
U.S.S. Allagash A087, C/O Postmaster.
New York. New York, are notified to
file your appearance In the above
cause for divorce on the loth day of
December, AD. 1948, otherwise decree
pro confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated this loth day of November.
AD. 1948.
E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Sevbold Building
Miami. Florida
11'12-19-26 12/3
l"o: George Oberland
1046 E. 33th Btr,
Brooklyn. New York:
You are hereby oi .
......" "> "I : I i to fit.
appearance or answei to n,I t.Xour
complaint for dlvon riled -ui1" '
by JANET OBERLAND "!"?."*
the s day of December i"w b.'J0r
wise the allegations of Jukiftt
be taken as confess...] hv2L0' *'"
DONE AND ORDERED thli
of November, A.D. :; 8 **y
E- B LEATHERMAll
Clerk of Cbenii o '
(Circuit Court 8eal) Court.
By F. i oorjLo
QEORQE J. TAUANOFFPUty Clerk'
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
II 12-19-26 12/3
NOTICE UNDER FicTmo^T"
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEM ,k
the undersigned, desiring to eonnh
business under the ftctitl ua ,,' 2
Essex \illige Texaco at Ml F iX
Avenue. Hlaleah, Florida, intend io
register said name with the cierkS
pKn2rou,t Court ot I,ade oSMI
RALPH, ROBERT and
NORMAN Rn.-.: -v "
11/5-12-19-20 12 3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKx that
the undersigned, .1 -: Ing | enguiTli
bus ness undei the I i ... ., J
R ub Hardware Si rvlci at 5131 trS
th Street. Miami. .
register said name with the Cierk of
the Circuit Court of bade Count,
-MANUEL P, RAUBFOQEL
MARTIN F R.\L'BFOGEL
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for AppUcanis
I 1023 Seybold Bid"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Miami, Florida
ELEVENTH JUDHMAl, CIRCUIT U 5-12-19-28 12
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE-------------------------
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
120.016-D.
ADA FARRELL, a widow. Plaintiff,
vs. COAST CO.. INC.. a Florida
corporation, et al., Defendants.
TO: HELENA ROSENBAL'M, and if
married her unknown spouse;
residence unknown:
WILLIAM A. rawson, and if
married, his unknown spouse,
residence unknown: I Final Wscharge'""as"''AdmtfiSt!2
If living, and if dead, all unknown c.T.A. of the eltate of CAROIJNE?
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT D\DE
COUNTY. FLORIDA No
RE: ESTATE OF
CAROLINE P. BRUMBAUGH,
1 deceased.
NO! I< B is hereby given that I have
riled my final reporl titlon lor
Flna Discharge as Administrator
1 i.a. of tin- estate of \i;i i|,i\p p
heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees. I BRUMBAUGH, d. and ttai
creditors or other parties claim- on the IS day of D( ember i'i
Ing by, through, under or against will apply to the Honorable \V 'p
either or any of said d.-f.-mlants. ni.ANToN County Judge Of Pidf
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 thi- following de-
scribed property, situate, lying and
being in Dade Ceonty, Florida,
to-wit:
Ix.t Four M) In Block One (1) of
WOODSIDE PARK n Subdivision
of Dade County, Florida, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof, recorded
In Plat Book B, at page 28 of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida.
You are hereby notified that a suit
to quiet title to the above desi
property has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to file a Written ap-
pearance to the bill nf complaint filed
in said cause with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before the
30th day of November, A.D. 191*.
otherwise a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated this 27 day of October, 1918.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M c. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. FADER
Attorney f,.r Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
M.lami. Florida
K./29 11 '5-12-19
' Florida, for 0f said
final report and for final discbarnu
Administrator C.T.A. ol Hie Estate of
CARl IU.VE P. BRUMBAUGH, de-
res sed.
This 1st day of xoi en IMS
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
.,...... As Adn r C.T.A.
NAT L. WILLIAMS
' ej f"r Administrator c.t A
11 "-12-19-26
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
iderslgned, desiring to engage in
ss undi r- the flctii .- name of
'VYe-Launder-Rlte" at 973 S.W. in
Strei i. Miami, I li to r.
-'- said name v. It! I rk of the
< lit uit Court of Dadi C i ity, Plor-
O. B. scum. -
Sole i Iwner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
I05J Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
11/5-12-19-26 12/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I engagt in
1 ss under the ri. tltlo name Edison Auto Supply and Tire Co. at
5902 N. \v. 7th Avei Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clei k of the Circuit court of
lSuli\E 7,^'',T C'"'UT O' TH" Dade Count^ Florida.'............
L'Tn,T^V C-IAT- '',rtc,'IT n*- EMMANUEL COTIN0
r-rVPv'Jv rN.A22 ''*r"{ DAnE *<** Owner
>o^oTV ~ ,N CHANCBRT, No MARX FABER
tivv""i'i-c- .iit-v- r,. i-i Attorney for Applicant
BBS LEE ALLEN. Plaintiff. vs. u i2-19-2rt 12/3
RUTH HOLMES ALLEN, Defend-
ant.
To: RUTH HOLMES ALLEN
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
rile your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, filed against
you by BEN LEE ALLEN, on or be-
fore the 6th dav of December, 1948.
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will he taken as confessed bv vou.
Dated this 4th day of November,
A.D. 194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
iCIrcuit Court Seal)
By M. C, FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
M9 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
U/5-12-19-24
IN THE CIRCI'IT COI'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
120290.
RuBERT A PILLAR, 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
Dlvuce filed against you in the above-
etyled cause on or before the 4 day
of December, 1948; otherwise the al-
leg&tlona of said Bill of Complaint
Will be taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week tot four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper
Published In Dade County. Florida.
A D 1948 thls 4 day N*ovember.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
'osr PH w. MALEK DePUty C,"k'
Soil, tor for Plaintiff,
I" ', "\S,re8s Building,
Ail mil, Florida
'". -12-19.26 % x
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage I"
business under the fictitious name of
POPULAR HOMES al 543 West Flae-
ler Street, Miami. Florida, i a tend to
register said name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALEX H. RICHARD
MAX SHLAFROCK
LEO BHEINER
Attorney for Applicants
1204-03 Pacific Building
Miami, Florida.
11/5-12-19-26 12 3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I'APB
COUNTY". IN CHANCERY,**
119,258.
AETNA FINANCE CO., a corporation,
etc.. Plaintiff, vs. RALPH "
OOODE el al., Defendants.
TO: RALPH W. GOODE
Address Unknown .,._
YOU ARE HEREBY RF.yl IRLi'
TO APPEAR to the Bill of Compls nt
of Chattel Mortgage Foreclosure fll
igaln.-t you In the above styled cause,
on or before the 30th dav of November,
1948. which chattel mortgage encum-
bers one 1941 Ford Tudor feedan.
Motor No. 1R-6671495. lvlns. bel"* a".
situate in the City of Miami, County
of Dade and State of Florida, ower-
wlse the allegations "f said Bill j
Complaint will be taken as confess*"
by you. M
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -
day of October, 194S .,,v
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ,_,.
By M C. FKiriK
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
10/29 JJ/5-12-19 JsV"


FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1948
+Jenlst tier Id lar,
Southern Interstate Conference Council
Of Jewish Women Meets In Memphis
PAGE THIRTEEN
The nineteenth annuai conven-
tion of the Southern Interstate
Conference of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will be held
in Memphis, Tenn., at the Pea-
body Hotel, November 21-23.
Delegates from twenty-six
council sections in Alabama, Ar-
kansas, Florida, Georgia, Ken-
tucky, Louisiana, South Carolina
and Tennessee will assemble for
the three-day deliberations which
Deadline
Because of the Thanksgiving
holidays this week's deadline
for pictures, news and social
items will be as follows:
Photographs must be in our
office no later than 10:30 Mon-
day morning. Telephone in-
formation must be given before
5 p.m. on Monday. Information
sent by mail must be in our
hands by Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, civic
leader of Miami. Florida, presi-
dent of the Southern Interstate
Conference of the National
Council of Jewish Women, will
conduct the sessions.
will be presided over by Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers of Miami, presi-
dent of the conference. About
eighty delegates are expected to
attend. The them of the confer-
ence is: "We hold these truths."
Mrs. Nat Williams will be pro-
gram chairman, with Mrs. Harold
Hand also participating in the pro-
gram.
Delegates and alternates from
this area include: Mrs. Aaron
Fair. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs.;
Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Joseph [
Fenias, Mrs. S. H. Taran, dele-
gates; Mrs. Leo Acker man and
Mrs. Max Dreyer, alternates.
The total work of the national
organization in the fields of com-
munity and overseas service will
be reviewed, and future plans
charted. Through comprehensive
exhibits sent in by the participat-
ing sections and by national and
by seminar sessions, the confer-
ence will promote greater under-
Mrs. Irving M. Engel
Mrs. Irving M. Engel. vice
president, and chairman of the
executive committee of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wom-
en, will be a featured speaker
and counsellor.
standing of the overall program
and of the use of effective techni-
ques in the fields of social service
and education.
Organized in 1893, the National
Council of Jewish Women has
over 75,000 members in 213
senior, junior, and councilette sec-
Miamians Elected
As JDC Directors
CHICAGO, 111.Residents of
Miami are continuing to serve on
the board of directors of the Joint
Distribution Committee, major
American agency aiding distressed
Jews abroad. They include Maur-
ice Gusman and Stanley C. Myers.
Pioneer Women On Air
The Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami is sponsor-
ing a radio program on Saturday
over WVCG at 11:30 a.m. The
theme will be "Tribute to Great-
ness."
Saturday evening at the Strath
Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, the
group will meet to honor Miriam
Brodinsky, southeastern regional
director of the national Pioneer
Women's Organization.
Military Services
Are Scheduled For
Miami Servicemen
Services will be held Sunday at
the Miami Riverside Chapel, West
Flagler at 20th Ave., for two Mi-
ami servicemen who were killed
in Italy. Pvt. Edward J. Rosenoff,
21, of 2545 S.W. 3rd St., lost his
life in 1944 in the battle of
Balongia. He was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rosenoff. Mem-
orial services will be conducted
at noon with interment at Mt.
Sinai Cemetery.
Pvt. Sidney Bretholtz, of 160
S.W. 17th Ct, age 24, was killed
in battle in 1945. He was survived
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Bretholtz, and three brothers.
Jack and Charles, of Miami, and
Fred, of New york City. Services
will be conducted at 3 p.m., with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing. A military service conducted
by the Norman Bruce Brown Post
of the Jewish War Veterans will
be held in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
J. J. Perlmutter Opens
New Offices on Beach
New offices at 1657 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, have been
opened by Julius Jay Perlmutter
Associates. The firm deals in real
estate, mortgages, investments
and business opportunities. Ron-
ald Rose is associated with Mr.
Perlmutter.
Obituaries
MAX DUBLER
63, of 1535 Pennsylvania Ave.. passed
away Wednesday in a local hospital
following a long Illness. A pioneer
merchant of Greater Miami and a
real estate operator, Mr. Dubler was
a native of New York City, coming
here from Jacksonville In 1911 when
he opened a shoe store. A widower
since 1936 Mr. Dubler leaves four
sons. Sheldon, Albert, Nathan and
Kalph, and a daughter, Dorothy Dub-
ler, all of Miami. He also leave three
brothers, Morris of Miami Beach,
Harry of Miami, Jacob of New Yolk:
and two sisters, Mrs. Kannle Duum
and Mrs. Dlna Daum, Miami, Serv-
ices will be held at two o'clock today
at the Uordon Funeral Home. Inter-
ment will follow at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
JACOB MINOWITZ
71. of 761 N.W. 18th St., passed away
Tuesday. A resident of Miami for the
past year Mr. Minowltz came here
from Rochester, New York. He was a
retired metal dealer. He Is survived
by his wife Mrs. Bertha Minowltz,
two sons, Murray of Buffalo, and Ben-
jamin of Springfield, New York; also
a daughter Mrs. Louis Ofsowitz of Mi-
ami, and two grandchildren. He was
a member of the Workmen's Circle
Branch 69 of Miami. Funeral services
were held yesterday in the chapel or
the Cordon Funeral Home with Kabbi
Murray Crauer officiating. Interment
was In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
BEN OICKERMAN
Age 60, of 1795 S.W. 6th St.. passed
away last week. Surviving are his
wife, Ethel; and children Albert.
David, Edward, Richard, Joseph and
Mrs. Betty Zelnick, all of New York.
Mr. Dlckerman was the owner of the
Dickerman Construction Company and
a member of Congregation Beth El,
Jewish People's Fraternal Order.
Painters' local union So. 36.1. and Hla-
leah l.'i'lKe. I.O.O.F. Services here
held at the Miami Riverside Chapel,
with interment at Mt. Sinai Cemetery
JANE GINSBERG
73, of 1120 Euclid Ave.. passed away
recently. She is survived by four sons.
Jerry of Miami, and Alec, Sidney,
I^'slle and Mark, all of New York.
Cordon Funeral Home was in charge
of arrangements.
Isadore Sobeloff
Isadore Sobeloff, executive
director of the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit, Mich.,
will address the delegates.
ions in the principal cities of the
United States and Canada.
Council both educates and
serves in the field of social wel-
fare, social legislation, interna-
tional relations for peace and con-
temporary Jewish affairs. In addi-
tion to its traditional service to
foreign born program in the sec-
tions, council carries on an exten-
sive overseas service program
which includes overseas homes for
unattached Jewish women,
scholarships for qualified Euro-
pean women to study social work
and related professions at Ameri-
can Universities; and a ship-a-box
project that provides packages of
work and play material for Jew-
ish war orphans in 150 children's
homes in Europe.
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AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner
OTTO SHAPIRO
66, of 44 S.W. 11th St., passed away
at Jackson Memorial Hospital last
week. The body was ship|>ed for burial
to New York. Arrangements were
made'by the Cordon Funeral Home.
Leonard E. Tupler
Tupler Bar Mitzvah
At Center Saturday
Leonard E. Tupler, son of Mrs.
Faye Tupler, 1035 14th St., Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
at services Saturday morning at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
A reception will follow the cere-
monies. Leonard is a student at
the Miami Beach Junior High
school.
Jeanette Tupler, sister of the
confirmand, wil fly in from Chi-
cago to attend the Bar Mitzvah.
Formerly connected with radio in
Miami, Jeanette is now on the
staff of radio station WXRT in
Chicago.
ABRAHAM PERSSMAN
Age 62. of 146 Jefferson Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach passed away last week.
Surviving are his wife Rose, two
sisters Mrs. Fannie Rose and Mrs.
Fields Stelnhardt. Funeral was held
at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Rabbi
M. Mescheloff officiating. Interment
in Woodlawn.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jeist FIcrMiari
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,
1948
j&JSKAEJ GOLDSTEIN
PRODUCED BY NORMAN SOL MODEL
__________________TEXT BY MARC HUTN1R,
ONE Of THE OUTSTANDING JEW-
ISH LEADERS IN THE UNITED STATiSj
WHOSE EFFORTS IN BEHALF OF
i THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT ARE
' RECOGNIZED THROCGHOUT THE
WORLD.....

BORN"5 YEARS A60 IN PHIl/|>EtPHIA,HE
STUDIED AT COLUMBIA AND GRADUATED
AS A RABBI FROM THE JEWISH THEO-
LOGICAL SEMINARY.HE BECAME SPIRIT-
UAL LEADER Of TE^PIE INAI JfSMURUN IN NY
AT THE Ml Of 12,k POST HE STILL HOLDS
WHEN H/S CONGREGATION CELEBRATED ITS
CENTENARY, P* GOLDSTEIN WROTE M
ttNTURY OF JUDAISM IN AMERICA, A
SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTION TO JEWISH HIST-
FOR NEARLY A SCORE OF YEARS HE
HAS BEEN PRESIDENT OF THE JEWISH
COWCILiAHON COURT JUS HAS
SERVED IN EXECUTIVZi.'DViSORY
CAPACITIES IU MANY JEWISH OrfGANiZATiONS.
AMONG THf INSTITUTIONS WHICH
HE HAS SERVED IN VARIOUS LEAD
ERSHIP ROLES ARE THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FOND. JEWISH THEO-
LOGICAL SEMINARY.PAIESTINE
FOUNDATION FUND.RABBINICAl
ASSEMBLY OF AMERICA.
HE HAS ALSO SERVED AS A CO-CHAIR-
MAN OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL,
CHAIRMAN Of UNITED PALESTINE
AFPfAUHElD THE POST OF PRES Of
T .'WN.>T ORGANIZATION Of AMERICA.
HE PLAYED A LEADING ROLE AT MEETINGS
OF THE ZIONIST CONGRESS XTHE ZIONIST
ACTIONS COMMITTEE.HEISTHE HEAD Of
THE WORLD CONFEDERATION OF GENERAL
ZIONISTS.
AT PRESENT HE HOLDS THE POST OF TREASURER OF
THE JEWISH AGENCY. IN THE FUTURE RELATION-
SHIP BETWEEN ISRAEL AND WORLD JEWRY, HIS
PRESENT RESPONSIBILITY CANNOT BE OVEREMPHASIZED.
HE BELIEVES THAT 'JUDAISM HAS A CHANCE TO
FLOURISH ON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT.AND BY
FLOURISHING TO ADD VALUABLE QUALITIES TO
THE WHOLE AMERICAN CIVILIZATION?......
eor>*'Cnr i*i* itmHH lUNMNf
Renazification: Correspondent's Report
LONDON".An eye-witness re- j
port from Bavaria in The New
Statesman and Nation signs the
death warrant of Denazification
with the obituary notice that
'Munich 1948 is more like Munich
1938 than Munich 1945." Pointing
out that "the sinister connotation
of this fact is lost to the Ger-
mans." the report confirms the
dire prophecy that Renazification
would rush in to fill the Denazi- \
fication vacuum should American
occupation policy in Germany fail.
"In this atmosphere a new na-
tionalism, a resentment of foreign
authority and the accompanying;
symptomatic manifestation of:
anti-Semitism are finding sup-
port," the correspondent writes. I
adding that "the anti-Semitism is
directedmore often than not j
wronglyagainst Jews in Mili-
tary Government offices."
In submitting further proof of j
the facts stated by Dr. Gerhard!
Jacoby of the Institute of Jewish .
Affairs of the World Jewish Con- i
gress in his Jewish Affairs
Pamphlet. "The Story of the Jew-!
ish 'DP'" that the Jews have
been once again resurrected as
the scapegoats for all German
ills: for the housing shortages, the
food shortages, the black market-
ing, the correspondent reports that
the anti-Semites charge that:
"It is their fault (i.e. the Jews)
that Germany's industry is not
allowed to flourish as it was in
the '30's. It is they who are con-
doning Socialist activities among
the workers."
The aim of the Bayernpartei
which incorporates these feelings
"is finding enthusiastic adherents
among all classes in Bavaria."
The party is a "Bavaria First"
group whose aim is to oust "Com-
munists. Socialists. Prussians, Dis-
placed Persons. Jews. Americans."
Bavaria, the reader will recall,
was the birthplace of Nazism.
This "party is absorbing many
of the re-tried Nazis who arc
swarming from German Denazi-
fication courts to take up former
positions." In addition to the case
of the "Lady of the Lampshades."
Use Koch, the writer reports an-
other typical case of Dr. Anton
Scharnagl, a "well-known Gesta-
po informant, released for 'lack
of evidence.' As was revealed in
the Bavarian Parliament .
anti-Fascists are afraid to give
evidence at these Denazification
trials for possible reprisals against
them by their employers."
"Almost more sinister than the
results of these trials are the
methods by which 'justice' is
achieved. Though I found no
first-hand evidence that these
courts are corrupt and that brib-
ery flourishes (as is claimed free-
ly by American correspondents)"
the report continues, "I found the
prosecution methods strangely in-
competent. This was demonstrated
to me in the proceedings against
ex-General Haider a former chief
of staff of the Wehrmacht. Listen-
ing to the pleas of the prosecut-
ing attorney I frequently won-
dered if I had made a mistake,
and was in fact listening to the
defence counsel .
"The court found Haider not
guilty, but a reverse judgment
would have made little difference
to the sentence as demanded by \
the prosecution. Schacht attended |
the trial as a witness for the de-
fence and was applauded by the
public, as was the judges' pro-
nouncement.
"Americans (who now have to
buy cigarettes from the Germans
because the U.S. Army is rationed
while there is no shortage of Ger-
man cigarettes) are now the
laughing-stock of the German
population.
"With a church preaching na-
tionalism and the government
(controlled in the main by the
Christian Socialists) going hand
in hand with the church, with the
Nazis coming out of denazifica-
tion courts to take up responsible
posts and to finance new parties,
the American long-term attempt
at re-education can now be count-
ed a dismal failure."
And in a final summation, after
describing the filled German
shops and larders, the correspond-
ent states that the October festival
in Munich was "to many Germans
a symbol of their economic re-
covery, to some it is sufficient
evidence that the war was never
lost at all."
H. H. Hyman
H. H Hyman Chosen
For Red Cross Post
H. H. Hyman, chairman of the
Dade County Red Cross Chapter
has been appointed to member-
ship on the National Red Cross
Convention Organization Com-
mittee, local Red Cross officials
announced. This committee is
composed of twenty members se-
lected from all parts of the United
States. It is considered quite an
honor to be chosen from such a
wide field. There are 3752 Red
Cross chapters in the American
Red Cross.
The committee will handle all
details of the organization's an-
nual convention. The 1949 meet-
ing will be held in Atlantic City
in June.
Hyman. divisional manager for
the Florida Power and Light
Company, has been associated
with the local Red Cross for many
years, and he is now completing
his second year as chapter chair-
Biscayne Opens
To Large Crowd
The Biscayne Kennel Club
started the 1948-1949 racing sea-
son with a bang last Monday
night as the track opened for the
first half of its split season. A
tremendous ovation was given the
return of the greyhounds to Mi-
ami's oldest dog track as the fans
voiced their approval in boisterous
fashion.
Biscayne will run until Jan. 1.
c!ose that night and reopen April
12 for the last half of its season.
During the ensuing meeting in
which some 650 greyhounds will
participate it's quite likely a new
champ will come along to de-
throne the mighty Beachcomber.
On the other hand Beachy may go
right along in his winning ways
and top Flashy Sir's brilliant rec-
ord of 61 victories. Prior to the
Biscayne opening the Sutherland
champ compiled 55 firsts. At Tia
Juana, Mexico the past summer
he scored 13 wins in 14 starts.
Rudy Baum, Miami Beach
bandleader and musician, has
been included in the list of speak-
ers who will address the Adult
Lecture Series to be given this
season by the Miami Beach Junior
and Senior High School PTAi.
man. He has led the Dade County
Reel Cross fund appeals for the
past five years.
Deficit
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (JTA) A
cash deficit for the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board was forecast
here last week for 1948 in a re-
port of the organization's Nation-
al Finance Council. At the same
time a budget of $1,491,955 for
1949 was adopted.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Nat'l Home Show
At Bayf ront Sunday
With the opening of the annual
National Home Show on Sunday
at 2 p.m. approximately 100
booths dsplaying the latest de-
velopments for better living will
be viewed by the public.
The Florida Power and Light
and Southern Bell Telephone com-
panies will display elaborate ex-
hibitions. In booths handled by
the Federal Housing Administra-
tion and the Veterans Administra-
tion full information on govern-
ment home financing can be se-
cured.
The show will remain open dur-
ing the entire week from 2 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
II r. Mechlowitz
To Lead Beach
Center Men's Club
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz was
elected first president of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center Men's
Club at a meeting held last week
at the new Center building.
Other officers elected were:
Jack Burris and George J. Talia-
noff. vice presidents; Gilbert J.
Balkin, recording secretary; Hy-
men Lake, corresponding secre-
tary: Irving Cypen, treasurer;
Melvin Richardson, financial sec-
retary. All officers were un-
animously elected.
The meeting featured an ad-
dress by Judge Harold B. Spaet,
former president of Temple Israel
Men's Club, who discussed Men's
club activities and programs. The
next meeting will be held on
Wednesday evening, November 24
at the Jewish Center, 1701 Wash-
ington Ave.
Dinner And Concert
Planned By No. 692
The Workmen's Circle, Branch
692, Miami Beach, will celebrate
the opening of its new Cultural
Center at 25 Washington Ave., on
Sunday evening with a dinner
and concert.
Participating artists are Leon
Kaplan, violinist, Miss Claire
Warshaw, cellist, both of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra; Miss Ruth Wolkowsky,
faculty member of the University
of Miami, School of Music, pian-
ist, who will give several solo
and trio numbers, and Mrs. Rose
Arons, mezzo-soprano, assisted at
the piano by Miss Anyuta Meli-
cov, who will sing.
Ginsburg And Shapiro
Named To Lead
Zionist Committees
Alfred Stone, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, has
announced the following addi-
tional committee appointments:
Ben Zion Ginsburg, former presi-
dent of the Chicago ZOA District
as chairman of the Food for Is-
rael Committee and Harold Shap-
iro, chairman of the weekly Zion-
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shortly.
The office of the organization
is located in room 206, 235 Lin-
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Miami Hillel Organizes Campaign Unit Under Direction of Dr. Donald Michelson
Dr. Donald Michelson, Universi-
ty of Miami Hillel director, has
announced the formation of a col-
lege campaign unit composed of
Jewish students at the university.
The purpose of this group will be
the encouraging of an active in-
terest in community life and as-
sisting the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in its fund raising ac-
tivities. Chairman of the student
unit is Harry Smith; co-chairmen
are Elaine Danziger and Lou
Rosenberg. An executive commit-
tee is being formed which will in-
clude representatives of every
Jewish sorority and fraternity in
addition to the unaffiliated stu-
dents.
Opening function of the organ-
ization will be a mass meeting of
Jewish students on Sunday, De-
cember 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Co-
liseum Sports Arena, 1500 Douglas
Road, Coral Gables. Dr. Gordon
W. Lovejoy, doctor of human re-
lations, and E. Max Goldstein,
co-chairman of the trades unit of
the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, will be guest speakers. An
informal dance and entertainment
will follow the meeting.
Jewish students in attendance at the University of Miami have
organized to support the 1949 fund raising campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Shown above are members of the
group's executive committee who are planning a student mass
meeting for December 5.
Front row (1 to r) David Finkelstein. Bruce Isaacs. Manny
Sponder, Stanley Bernstein, Dave Etter, Mike Klarfield. Bob For-
man, president of Hillel; Lou Rosenberg, co-chairman, Mel Brooks
and Harry B. Smith, chairman.
Rear row (1 to r) Larry Cohen, Miriam Brauner, Joan Roden-
berg, Dorothy Knapp, Elaine Danziger, co-chairman, Marilyn
Hochmann, Nori Stramer, Jeanne Fleishman, Marian Ginsberg,
Elaine Sachs, secretary of Hillel and Dr. Donald Michelson, di-
rector of Hillel.
Hollywood Briefs
At a meeting of the entertain-
ment committee of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization last
Tuesday evening a gala night was
planned for Saturday, December
11 at the Community Center. A
fashion show will be featured
with clothing supplied by Holly-
wood merchants. Comedy skits
under the direction of Miss Lenke
Ipacs and Miss Eileen Bohrer will
be enacted. A "name band" will
provide music for dancing. Re-
servations may be phoned to
George Wolk at Hollywood
1656-W.
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, Hillel
director of the University of Mi-
ami, was the guest speaker at
services Friday night at the Jew-
ish Community Center.
Tickets are still available for
the Gershwin show to be given
November 24 and 25 by contacting
Lillian Donner at 2451 M or the
Center office at 1526.
A stamp club for children is
being organized by the Center.
Fred Gilder, former president of
the Dayton Philatelic Society,
will direct the group. Meetings
will be held on alternate Tues-
days at the Center at 7 p.m.
Children of the area betwen the
ages of 9 and 15 are invited to
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Eisenstein Feuer
Form Partnership
Announcement has been made
of the formation of a real estate
partnership under the name of
Feuer and Eisenstein, with offices
at 309 Lincoln Road. The location
was previously occupied by W. I.
Feuer, who operated a real estate
and insurance concern at that ad-
dress. The new partnership links
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Leo Eisenstein
Mr. Feuer with Leo Eisenstein.
Mr. Eisenstein was previously
connected with the original firm.
Together with Mr. Feuer he was
connected with large real estate
deals in the hotel field, among
them being the Park Central.
North Shore, Raleigh, South Seas
and the Rqndule. They have also
handled negotiations involving
many commercial and apartment
sites.
Personnel of the W. I. Feuer
Company's sales force will be
practically unaffected by the new
setup.
The firm will open a mortgage
department and enlarge the prop-
erty management section.
Both Mr. Feuer and Mr. Eisen-
stein have been active workers in
Jewish and fraternal organiza-
tions, among them being the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
the Elks and the Masons.
B'nai B'rith Women
Of Coral Gables
Honor Active Workers
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins and Mrs.
Bernard Stone were recently
honored by the Coral Gables
Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith
for their activities in the mem-
bership drive, during which 46
new members were enrolled. Mrs.
Wellins received a silver tray for
securing more than 25 members
and Mrs. Stone was awarded a
$10 donor luncheon invitation for
securing 17 members. Also honor-
ed for membership work were
Mrs. Sam Friedman and Mrs.
Helen Bernstein.
The group celebrated their 1st
anniversary last week with a pro-
gram saluting the 25th annivers-
ary of the Hillel Foundations. Dr.
Donald Michelson, director of
Hillel at the University of Miami,
was guest speaker. He introduced
Miss Marion Ginsberg, inter-laith
chairman and Stanley Axelrod,
editor of the "Fathom" maga-
zine. President Mrs. Nathan Bloom
commended the work of Mrs.
Sam Schulefand and Mrs. Leonard
Glickstein, founders of the chap-
ter.
Elected to serve on the board
for the current year were: Mrs.
Dorothy Michelson, Mrs. Herman
Brenner, Mrs. Arthur Winkleman,
Mrs. Helen Bernstein and Mrs.
Bernard Stone. Mrs. Molly Glazer
was appointed to the Hillel
Council.
CONSERVATIVE
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak on
Aral' and Jew."' Mrs. Lillian l'onner
will be hostess for the Uiur Shabbat
following the service. Saturday niorn-
iiiK service at 10 a.m.
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
i..ni' Friday evening services at
8:13. Service! this week will be dedi-
cated to tiie Pioneer Women of Pal-
estine. Mrs. Miri.mi Brodinskj", South-
eastern Regional director, win be
gui -t speaker. Rabbi Shapiro and Mis
Brodlnsky will discuss "Political Sit-
uation in the state of Israel.' Repre-
sentatives ">f Kadlmah Chapter of Pio-
neer Women will participate In the
responses. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oil -
phant will In- hosts at a reception in
the auditorium in tumor of their son
Elmer's birthday. The floral offering
will )" made by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz in honor of their new-
ly born grandson and Mr. and
Mrs Harry Gordon in memory of Mr.
Gordon's father. Sabbath services at
8:30 am and students services at 10:30
a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Late Friday evening service 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi l.elirman will preach on "An
Approach to Thanksgiving." Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the serv-
ice assisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of Ben Yomen. Saturday
morning service at 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah
of Leonard, son of Mrs. Faye Tup-
t.-r. Junior Congregation at 9:30.
Center youth breakfast Sunday morn-
ing at 9:15 In the chapel. Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday 3:30
to 8:80, Sunday school 10 o'clock to
noon. Pre-klndergarten school Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to noon.
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 will speak on "Is-
rael and Ishmael." Mlshna class at 5
p.m. Mlncha at 8:80 p.m. followed
by Shalos Suedos. The Kabbl will
speak <>n the Portion of the Week.
Sunday .School at in a.m.; Hebrew
School dally from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
Dally Services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening: services at 5:15; Sat-
urday morning at 8:30. The Rabbi
will speak on "Thought and Deed."
Saturday evening services at 4 o'clock.
The Rabbi will address the congrega-
tion on "The Great Test." Min-
cha at 4:30 followed by Shalos Seudos
and a program of Hebrew songs and
Zmlros. Dally services at 7:30 a.m.
Class in Mishna will bo addressed by
the Ha bin following the services.
Services at 5:15 p.m. folowed by a
olass in Jewish laws and customs.
Maariv at G p.m.
Congregation Beth EL 590 S.W.
17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Cantor Milton Friedman.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m., super-
vised by Bernard w. Klntmel of the
Religious School staff. Eunice Cooke
H ill speak on the Portion of the Week.
Mlncha at 4:1.", followed by Shalos
Seudos. Sunday school at io a.m. Dally
Religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will speak on "Sarah
Laughed.'* Junior 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. Daily school from 3:30 to
6:30.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rev. Robert tilffen, executive director
of the Protestant Service Bureau, will
be guest speaker. His topic will be
"A Christian I.ooks at Israel." A re-
ception will follow the service. Satur-
day morning services at 10:45. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render musical
portions at all service. Sunday school
10:45 for children 4\$ to 15. Hebrew
school, week days from 3:15 for chil-
dren 7,b to 14.
REFORM
Tempi* Isaiah. 4925 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Julius Jay Perlmutter, radio analyst,
will be in charge of program follow-
ing the service. Miss Gerrie Olanoff,
soprano of the Jewish Community
Center In Hollywood, will be guest
soloist, accompanied at the organ by
Hortense Arvan. A reception will be
tendered by Mrs. Faye Tupler, In
honor of her son, Leonard Eugene's
Bar Mitzvah.
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th Si.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
l-'i iday evening services at 8:15
conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Guest
speaker Will be Rev. Andrew W.
Oottschall, who will address the con-
gregation on "Progress In Under-
standing."
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews Ave. Fort Lauderdale,
Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Ranson will preach on "Justice
and Mercy."
GENERAL
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Daddies
club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible Class
at 10 a.m. with Abraham Levltan,
teacher. An ojwn forum follows.
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Services Friday evening at 8 p.m.
in chapel of Pratt Ceneral Hospital.
1200 Anastiasia Ave., conducted by
Robert Bergman, director of the Cen-
ter. A reception honoring Mr. Bergman
will be held following the services.
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ami Beach caterer, announces the
opening today of the dining room
in the George Washington Hotel
located at 515 Washington Ave.
Reservations for the opening are
being accepted at 5-6617. Accord-
ing to Mr. Firestone who will
personally supervise the dining
room, a kosher kitchen will be
maintained.
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