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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
HUME 22- NUMBER 2
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
fade Polio Chapter Launches Annual
arch Of Dimes Campaign Today
The March of Dimes two-week fund raising campaign gets
Jay today and the Dade County Chapter of the National
liticn for Infantile Paralysis has asked the help of every
ian, loman and child.
Burred on by word that both the National Foundation and
Dade Chaper have almost ex-
^H even their emergency
B squad of volunteer work-
hu already begun to work and
^l> set a record in raising
or polio.
^e the fact that Dade
~~fc. 83 cases in 1948 were
considered a serious epi-
Hthe local chapter was
to appeal to national head-
IS for emergency funds
$45,000.
year the $128,000 we
Iras not nearly enough to
after our own people," said
I J. Hayes, who is serving with
fcy Commissioner Jesse H.
[borough as co-chairman of the
I March of Dimes. "Therefore
bad to call on national head-
quarters.
Kowever, due to the terrible
Truman Asks Funds
For DP Commission
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Presi-
dent Truman asked Congress this
week to grant the Displaced Per-
sons Commission a $5,200,000 ap-
propriation for its work in bring-
ing displaced persons to this
country during the last half of
this rest .and the first six months
in 1950.
to bis budget, delivered to Con-
gress this week, the President
said: "It Is my hope that the pres-
ent ^Displaced Persons Act will
be speedily stripped of its restric-
tive and discriminatory provisions
in order frat we may make a con-
tributiott to this program more
worthy of our best traditions."
Senators J Howard McGrath
Democrat of Rhode Island, and
Matthew Neely. Democrat of West
Virginia, have introduced a dis-
placed persons bill which would
completely overhaul the present
law to eliminate its discriminatory
and unworkable features and
raise the number admissable to
400,000 in four years.
The McGrath-Neely Bill would
change the present cut-off date,
which discriminates against Jew-
ish DP's, from Dec. 22, 1945, to
April 21, 1947, would eliminate
th 40 percent priority for Baits
and substitute a clause prohibit-
ing discrimination "in favor of or
against any DP on account of his
race, religion or national origin,"
and would erase the section of
the law giving 30 percent of the
visas tO agriculturalists.
epidemics in North Carolina, Cali-
fornia and Texas," Hayes con
tinued, "national headquarters is
now just about as broke as we
are and we do not know how
much help, if any, we can get
from them in case Dade County
should become a focal point for
the disease.
"It is therefore imperative that
we give increased support to the
March of Dimes," Hayes said.
First in a series of special events
planned to raise funds for the
campaign is a roller skating show
to be held at Venetian Rink, 2790
S.W. 29th Ave., tonight.
On January 23, Sid White, local
boking agent, has volunteered to
present a "Night of Stats" show
in Bayfront Park auditorium.
The following Saturday organ-
ized labor will sponsor a dance
in the auditorium. In addition,
hotels, bars and night clubs are
planning to give March of Dimes
birthday parties, auctions and
dances on the nights of January
29 and 30.
"We urge everyone to patronize
these events, to contribute to the
familiar blue coin boxes on store
counters and to mail contributions
to the March of Dimes, 148 W.
Flagler St.," Hayes said.
"We must all remember that
Greater Miami is the one great
metropolis in the nation with a
climate which makes a winter
epidemic of polio possible and we
must at all times be financially
prepared to cope with any emerg-
ency."
Israeli Leaders
Urge Morgenthau
To Hold U J A Post
NEW YORK, (JTA)President
Chaim Weizmann of Israel, Pre-
mier Ben Gurion and Finance
Minister Eliezer Kaplan have
jointly appealed to Henry Mor-
genthau, Jr., to accept for a'third
term the general chairmanship of
the United Jewish Appeal, it was
revealed here this week in con-
nection with the UJA national
conference which opened in At-
lantic City this week.
A similar appeal was addressed
to Morgenthau by Edward M. M.
Warburg, chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee. A com-
mittee to draft Morgenthau has
been formed under the chairman-
manship of Milton Kahn, presi-
dent of the Associated Jewish
Philanthropies of Boston.
Britain Will Not
Bring Case Vs.
Israel Before UN
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) Ap-
parently cautioned by the U.S.
Government, Britain will not
bring case against Israel before
the UN Security Council, the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency learned
here on good authority.
This information became known
following consultations held here
between UN Secretary General
Trygve Lie and Sir Terrence
Schone, Britain's acting repre-
sentative to the Security Council.
The two discussed the British note
protesting the shooting down by-
Israeli forces of British planes in
the Negev.
US Confident Tension
Between British Israel
Will Not Affect Truce
State Leaders To
Attend ADL Parley
In Daytona Sunday
More than fifty representatives
from communities throughout the
state will participate in the first
Florida State Anti-Defamation
League committee meeting to be
held Sunday at the Sheraton
Plaza Hotel, Daytona Beach, ac-
cording to announcement made
by Harry Katz, Jacksonville, Flor-
ida State ADL chairman.
The all-day session will feature
a demonstration and display of
the latest films, books, radio tran-
scriptions and other materials
produced by the league for the
combatting of bigotry and build-
ing of good human relations
among all groups of people.
Gilbert J. Balkin, recently ap-
pointed director of the league's
Florida office, will lead the dis-
cussion of the ADL's educational
program of cooperation with
church groups, veterans organiza-
tions, educators and other com-
munity leaders and agencies. Mr.
Balkin's presentation will include
the Florida premiere showing of
the league's latest sound film pro-
duction, "Impact for Democracy,"
which depicts the work of the
Anti-Defamation League.
Milton A. Friedman, president
of the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'lith lodges, will extend greet-
ings to the conference. Repre-
senting B'nai B'rith District Grand
Lodge Number Five will be Isaac
Gradman, Asheville, N. C. A past
president of District Five, Mr.
Gradman is currently national
B'nai B'rith membership commis-
sioner.
Leading a panel discussion on
programs for combatting discrim-
ination will be Burnett Roth, ADL
chairman, Miami Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
State Department is confident
that the "regrettable incident"
the shooting down by Israeli units
of British planes last weekwill
remain only an incident and will
not interfere with truce negotia-
tions to begin later this week, it
was emphasized in an official
statement this week. The state-
ment reads:
"Concerning the shooting down
of British planes by Israeli forces:
The State Department is receiv-
ing information concerning the
incident from both the British and
the Israeli government. We have
every confidence that, regrettable
as it is, it will be considered as a
regrettable incident only and that
it will not interfere with truce
negotiations which are to take
place in Rhodes later this week.
The State Department has been
given to understand that if there
are any Israeli troops still in
(1
Federation To Set 1949 Appeal Goal
\
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Th three Miamians who are on an inspec-
tion tour of Israel will make the first report of
their findings via trans-oceanic telephone to a
meeting of the board of governors of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation Thursday night. It
: felanned to have a top-ranking Israel
1 speak to the board, which will be meet-
i approve the recommendations of the
budge) committee and establish the goal for
I Combined Jewish Appeal campaign.
: 1 Shapiro, Rabbi Kronish and William
iger, who arrived in Israel Wednesday
ng, were met by Miss Judith Beilin, UJA
Otative and are now making an in-
survey of the young nation. The Miami
Ki expect to have interviews with Presi
I Kxmann, Prime Minister Ben Gurion
Jrlsraeli leaders, before departing for
January 25.
ation of 25 Miamians who attended
(he annual United Jewish Appeal Conference in
Atlantic City, N. J., this week, received the of-
ficial reguest for funds from the UJA and will
submit this reguest to the budget committee
which will meet Tuesday and Wednesday
nights to draw up its final recommendations
for the 1949 campaign.
The budget committee's recommendations
will be thoroughly reviewed by the board of
governors Thursday night and the amount that
the board approves will be the goal for the
1949 drive.
In the Miami delegation at the UJA con-
ference were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
Fred Monasson, Morris Gettleman, Harry Sir-
kin. I. L. Mintzer, Herbert E. Scher, Murray
Maurer, Sam Blank, I. L. Lesovoy, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Good-
man. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Morris Klass.
22 Groups To Run
In Israel Elections
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The cen-
tral committee set up by the State
Council to supervise the parlia-
mentary elections scheduled to be
held Jan. 25 announced that 22
groups submitted lists of candi-
dates, all of which have been ap-
proved.
Leading the list on the Mapai
(Labor Party) ticket are David
Ben Gurion and Moshe Shertok.
The list of Mapamthe United
Workers Partyis headed by
Itzhak Tobenkin and Meir Yaari.
The Mizrachi-Agudah list is
headed by Rabbi J. J. Fishman of
Mizrachi, and Rabbi I. M. Lewin.
A?:ud3h leader.
The General Zionists have put
Dr. Fritz Bernstein and Mayor
Israel Rokach as first on their
list of candidates. The Freedom
Movement named Menachem
Beigin and Uri Zvi Grinberg as
their leading candidates. The Pro-
gressive Zionists have Dr. Felix
Rosenblueth and Dr. Abraham
Granovsky as the first candidates
on their list. The Zionist-Revision-
ist Party headed its election list
with Dr. N. Altman and Baruch
Weinstein.
The Communist list is headed
by I. Mikunis and an Arab, Tew-
fik Toubi. The Popular Arab Bloc,
sponsored by Mapam, and the
Arab Workers Bloc, under the
auspices of Mapai, have each also
submitted lists of candidates. The
Egyptian territory they are in the
process of being withdrarwn."
Sir Oliver Franks, British
Ambassador at Washington con-
ferred with President Truman
Thursday on the Palestine prob-
lem, informed quarters re-
ported.
A spokesman for the State De-
partment revealed that the U.S.
government was "informed but
not consulted" about the project-
ed British troop movements in the
Palestine area. Asked about re-
ports from London to the effect
that the British requested the
United States to take strong posi-
tion supporting them in their
stand in the situation, he said
that the United States had no re-
quests from the British asking
the U.S. to take any kind of stand
in the matter. "They have given
us their account of the situation,"
he said.
He declined to answer a ques-
tion as to whether the British in-
formed this government of troop
movements other than forces sent
to Ayaba. Nor would he comment
on a question as to whether the
United States told the British how
it felt about the prospect of Brit-
ish troop movements in that area.
Last Jewish Troops
Leave Egyptian Soil
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The last Is-
raeli troops left Egyptian soil this
week, it was officially announced
here. The Jewish soldiers with-
drew from a height overlooking
the Rafa-Auja road which is some
three miles inside Egypt land
which they captured last week.
An Israeli spokesman this week
charged that "if Britain wants to
torpedo the Egyptian-Israeli arm-
istice talks it could not do better"
than its present marshalling of
land, sea and air forces at Aqaba.
He described the British moves in
the "war of nerves" as not pro-
viding the proper setting for the
forthcoming negotiations at
Rhodes.
The British have made a third
attempt to deliver their note of
protest over the downing of five
RAF planes by Israeli forces last
week. The British consul general
in Haifa phoned Harry Beilin, Is-
raeli Foreign Office official in
Haifa, and offered to make
changes in the address of his
original communication to the
"Jewish authorities." He said that
his "new instructions" were to
deliver his note and an accom-
panying memorandum to the "Is-
raeli Government" and that he
Fighters for Israel submitted a. would send Beilin a note to that
list headed by their leader, Na- effect later.
than Friedman-Yellin and by
Sheikh Abu Gush.
Other groups which registered
separate lists of candidates in-
clude the Havoed Hadati, reli-
gious laborites affiliated with the
Histadrut; the Women's Interna-
tional Zionist Organization; the
Hapoeleth, a Mizrachi labor wom-
en's group; the Sephardic Com-
munity and the Agudas Israel
Separatists.
The* Arabs in Nazareth have
filed an independent list, as did
the Arabs of Haifa. A separate
rtst has also been registered by
However, the following day the
Briton phoned Beilin and said
that he had "exceeded his instruc-
tions" and would merely send a
cover letter addressed to Harry
Beilin, Esquire, asking him to for-
ward the first note to the Israeli
Government. The official view
here is that the new rfote will
not change the situation much in
relation to accepting communica-
tions from Britain which are not
properly addressed to the govern-
ment of the Jewish state.
Fifteen armored vehicles were
released by Haifa port authorities
Jerusalem Jews, headed by Mayor to the U.N. When they first ar-
Daniel Auster. The Yemenite Jews j rived the Israelis held the arm-
have similarly presented a list ored cars until UN personnel ex-
of their own. There is also a list plained that they were destined
o be known as the Separatist j for the use of members of the UN
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Kami Hebrew School
bid Congregation
deceives Kiddush Cup
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan of
liami and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Fel-
n of Newark, have presented
kiddush cup to the Miami He-
rew School and Congregation.
ie presentation was made to
itabbi Simon April by Mrs. Nat
leldan at a meeting of the con-
relation held last Wednesday
Evening.
The cup was officially dedicated
Priday evening at the late forum
grvice of the congregation by
Libert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Teldan, who made kiddush.
Made of sterling silver on the
>utside with gold inlay on the
iside, the cup is unique. It is
Jesigned expressly for making
ciddush and every decoration on
the cup symbolizes some element
jf Hebrew culture.
Hadassah Group Meets
The Miami Beach Business and
{Professional Women's Division of
(Hadassah held a meeting Mon-
day night at the Beach Y. Miss
Marguerite Marx discussed "The
I Life and Times of Menachem
Ushisskin," founder of the Jewish
National Fund, and Miss Frances
Lebon discussed a work by David
Schwarz, Palestinian journalist,
[entitled "Jerusalem in America."
Plans for the bazaar and carni-
Ival to be held at the Y on Feb-
[ruary 6 were discussed at the
! meeting. Following the business
meeting, the choral group enter-
i t.iined.
Meeting Of Conference Of Jewish
Women's Organizations Set For Thursday
The quarterly meeting of the Greater Miami Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations will be held Thursday at 10:30
a.m. at the Beth David Congregation, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., with
luncheon served at noon.
Theme of the meeting will be community health work and
the program has been arranged
by organizations devoted to com-
munity and national health pro-
jects, including: the Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society, the Dade
Chapter of the National Children's
Cardiac Home, the National Home
for Jewish Children in Denver
and the auxiliaries to the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Speakers will include: Leo Al-
len, executive director of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, who will
speak on "The Need for Care of
the Chronically 111 and What the
Home Is Doing;" Mrs. Max Lobrin,
trustee of Mt. Sinai, who will dis-
cuss the part that women will
play in building the hospital; and
a representative of the March of.
Dimes, who will discuss the forth-
coming campaign. Mrs. Sidney
Weintraub is program chairman.
The business meeting will be
presided over by Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers, president. There will be
a report on the community-wide
SOS drive and on the contem-
plated year book. Mrs. Monte
Selig, chairman of the resolutions
committee, will introduce a num-
ber of reservations.
Thirty-six Jewish women's or-
ganizations are now affiliated
with the Greater Miami confer-
ence. Five delegates from each
of these organizations will attend
the quarterly meeting. Any or-
ganization desiring to join the
conference may send five dele-
gates.
Luncheon will be $1.25 and re-
servations may be made by call-
ing Mrs. Harold Berney at 48-9827
or Mrs. Bernard Shreibell at
4-6718.
B'nai B'rith Young |at Temple Isaiah, Miss Carol
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Bureau Of Jewish Education Drafts
Code Of Standards For Hebrew Teachers
Frank L. Shulwolf To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schulwolf,
2111 S.W. 23rd Ave., announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Frank Lewis, to be held tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
Frank is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High, where he has
been recognized for outstanding
achievement in art. He is also a
member of Boy Scout Troop No.
85 of the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
A reception will be held follow-
ing the ceremony.
The board of the Bureau of
Jewish Education recently adopt-
ed a set of standards for Hebrew
teachrrs and Hebrew schools in
this community.
In adopting these standards, the
board of the Bureau of Jewish
Education through its executive
director, A. P. Gannes, stated that
although each institution affili-
ated with it is autonomous and
has the authority to choose its
own teachers, it hopes that in-
stitutions will see the urgency
and desirability of adopting the
standards for the purpose of en-
hancing Jewish education in the
community.
Discussions have already begun
with congregations on the adop-
tion of the standards which in-
clude four main features:
The establishment of a board
of license for Hebrew teachers
tc license all Hebrew teachers
teaching locally. The code calls
for hiring licensed teachers.
A salary scale$2600 mini-
mum to $4500 maximum.
Tenure for Hebrew teachers
after fulfilling the require-
ments called for by code of
standards.
Establishment of a board of
review of five individuals to
review misunderstandings.
These standards have been un-
der discussion for the past two
years and were carefully pre-
pared by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the Hebrew Teach-
'ers Association. The bureau com-
mittee that brought in the final
recommendations adopted by the
bureau board consisted of David
Isen, Dr. D. Andron, Dr. M. A.
Lipkind, David Freedman, Max
Meisel and A. P. Gannes.
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Eleanor Cohen, first vice presi-
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president; Sally Weinberg, treas-
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sponding secretary; Shirley Saluk,
secretary; Winnie Bernard, ser-
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parliamentarian: Betty Klein, re-
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Befajj >e was twerty Alec
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Beach Y Announces
Additiong To ProaTa_n
The y..i-.: Beech TM-YWHA,
^t_-. :ts progrsm :.-.-.: rraa
lin Evelyn Walterrr.-r. '-
- incea the sdd-Uon of a photo-
paphy club, a choral grouf aa
art class, a folk danc^tg r**P<
a Golren Age Club and i 1 she
.-. to :ts currer-t prc^r
The photography cl_: _*
darkroom facihues, gets under
way Monday night at E lr it the
V _r.der the direction of E AJ_e_
Becker.
The choral group. *h. baU
:ts initial meeting recently n*ea_
every Thursday at 8 30 F" ^e
proap a supervised by Hy Fr.ed
A Y-sponsored art class ineett
every Tuesday nigh: at 8 -*
under the direction of Le Bir-
chansky at Templ Beth ~
This activity is open on.;. Ifl Y
members.
Meetings of the folk dandag
group are held every other Sun-
-t 7 30 p.m. The next session
'.'. take place January 23 at the
Y
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Kin.c Agaaicy. Savan Art* Fn^f
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Volume 22 Number 2
FRIDAY. JANUARY 14, 1W9
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949
+Jen 1st lUrHl^r
PAGE FIVE

Mr. And Mrs. Malmuth To Mark Golden ICynamons Exchange
Wedding Anniversary Tomorrow Night Vows At Roney Plaza
Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth
Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth,
226 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
will celebrate their golden wed-
ding anniversary tomorrow eve-
ning at a reception and dance at
the Educational Lyceum.
The occasion will also mark the
silver wedding anniversary of
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kramer of
New York.
The Malmuths have been resi-
dents of Miami Beach for the
past fifteen years and have been
active in religious, civic and
philanthropic organizations. Mrs.
Malmuth is a member of the Pio-
neer Women, the American Jew-
ish Congress, the Beach Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
and the Mizrachi. She and her
husband are members of the
Workmen's Circle, the Zionist Or-
ganization of America and Beth
Jacob Synagogue.
The Malmuths are the parents
of four sons, Jacob, Harry, Nathan
and Murray; one daughter, Doro-
thy; five grandchildren and one
great grandchild.
Two of their sons and families
are flying in from Los Angeles,
Calif., for the celebration.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman per-
formed the marriage ceremony
that united Miss Caroline Schultz
and Nathan Cynamon January 3
in the Ocean Lounge of the Roney
Plaza Hotel.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her brother. Jack
Schultz, New York, was attired
in an off-white satin gown with
lace bodice and drop shoulders.
Her veil was fashioned of silk il-
lusion. She carried a bible adorn-
ed with white orchids.
Bridal attendants were Miss
Ronnie Schwartz, maid of honor.
and the Misses Bobbie Hellman
and Sylvia Schenkman, brides-
maids. Ushers were Larry Winkler
and David Winkler, the bride's
cousins.
A reception and dinner in the
Roney Imperial room followed
the ceremony.
The former Miss Schultz,
daughter of Mrs. Abraham Schultz
and the late Mrs. Schultz, Miami
Beach, was graduated from the
University of Miami with a major
in dramatics.
Mr. Cynamon, son of the Ben-
jamin Cynamons, 1614 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., Miami Beach, is a
graduate of Indiana Tech.
Muriel Axlrod Wed
To Martin A. Miller
The marriage of Muriel Axlrod
to Martin A. Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Miller, took place
December 12 in the garden of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Alrod. 1971 S.W. 18th Ct. Rabbi
Max Shapiro performed the cere-
mony. He was imlitml by Cantor
Maurice wiamcnes.
The bride's gown was fashioned
of hand embroidered Korean silk
brought back from that country
by the bridegroom.
The couple is at home at 1041
S.W. 72nd Ct.
HOUSEKEEPER
Young, fully experienced, capable
of taking full charge. Good cook.
European background, local ref-
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laundry. Own room and bath.
Beach preferred. Write Miss J. F.
Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla.
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Ethelda Gladstone
Wed To Dr. Kirsh
The marriage of Miss Ethelda
Gladstone, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Gladstone, Birming-
ham, Ala., to Dr. David Kirsh, Mi-
ami Beach, took place December
25 in the home of the bride with
Rabbi Milton Grafman officiating.
Dr. Kirsh is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kirsh, Philadelphia.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a cream
brocade suit with white orchids.
I William Gladstone was best man
and Lynn Kronenberg was ring
bearer.
A family dinner followed the
ceremony.
The bride was graduated from
Bryn Mawr. The bridegroom re-
ceived his B. S. from Pennsyl-
vania State College, his Ph. D.
from Rutgers and his M. D. from
the University of Pennsylvania.
He interned at Philadelphia Gen-
eral Hospital, served as resident
at the University of Pennsylvania
Hospital and on the staff at Pratt
Diagnostic Hospital in Boston.
Following a wedding trip to
Denver, Colo., and New Orleans,
the couple will reside at 7821
Abbott Ave., Miami Beach.
Rosalind Perlish
Rosiland Perlish To
Join Spring Brides
The betrothal of Miss Rosiland
Perlish to Owen Bennett Muller,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mul-
ler, New York, has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Perlish, 5363 La Gorce
Drive.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Lear School. She attended the
University of Miami, where she
was a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority, an executive of th
Women's Residence Council, Hillel
news editor and circulation man-
ager of the Hurricane.
,Mr. Muller is a Navy veteran
and a graduate of Wharton
School of the University of Penn-
sylvania.
A spring wedding in New York
is planned.
WOMAN WANTS TO
SHARE HOME WITH SAME
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Eileen Solomon's
Betrothal Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Solomon,
1535 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Eileen, to Har-
old Rose. Mr. Rose divides his
time between New York and Mi-
ami Beach.
Miss Solomon was graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and is now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is
majoring in psychology. No date
has been set for the wedding.
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Phone 58 2551
Memorial Services Held
Special memorial services were
held in Greater Miami synagogues
on Tuesday in compliance with
a cable received here from Chief
Rabbi Herzog, of Israel, stating
that the Greater Council of the
Chief Rabbinate of the Holy Land
had set aside the tenth of Tebeth
as a Remembrance day for the
Jewish Martyrs who perished un-
der the Hitler regime.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY U,
PAGE SIX
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox) 301-311 Washington Ave.. ,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes
cheloff.
':. Bali n <-
morning e
niMuiie Ju or
fetWB
at 9:3u a.m. Dally cow
" Congregation Beth David (Con-
servaiive), 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
In"
Al ..
L-- Cant .
offlc
: ni
B .
, lasion will
atau I Israel n Worl -
Mr. and Mr.
. ,.... .----
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Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
SI v thi '
* Ptlon Sff i. invited I rtMwl
. J and th re-
the" s '""
Temple Isaiah (Reform,. 4925
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabb.
Pavid Raab. B:16
:
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&^Si
1949
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Temple Israel M F 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zw'tm!n- D, Jacob H. Kaplan.
HabbiEmentu,
WEAClT
iRARLEYjjpO'
V-musH*
ROKEACH
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Campus. University of Miami.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
, h* -: il -
Servl at
MIW
. this w
', IBS
Rabbi Shapln
lior.
at
tlon of a ..-
\
ften
ft taria between Mincl
A \ l s *.'
' 'Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Prl ;.,v- evening service! at
Friday '
Rabbi
Shabbat s !
urdaj -.-
', : '
vised ''' K
R. Ii -' "'
'.' '<-" '"
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative1. 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening .- vices at
Rabb. Mas Ka ifmai
V .-.- -
... ....
the .
a e\'- f
Mra.
I r grai '' i ''-' '
....:. K- :. M > M -
San '
Hatt i
at I '
nclude th.
-
rture I Cora
.
5. Adult '
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Pi evening '
evening sen
- i : Am' r-
e guest sp.
tor G-
t the servl '>'
\ -' tut

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'
I '
fastS
I i- school M
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.
.' .
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
evei sei
of 1

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Miti
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h- ..... fron
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Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
Talianoff Honored
V the xecutive committee
ting of the Grand Lodge Dis-
tricl No. 5 of B'nai B'nth held
weekend, Dr Maur-
ic, Go! U erg, president of District
N .-,. Pr sented a plaque to
George J. Talianoff, retiring di-
tor of the Florida Regional
office of the Anti-Defamation
... The ward was an-
. '. with an expression of the
ati in t i Talianofl
as ADL direcl
Ai pual mi eting ol the South-
tern Division, Children's Home
: !;. la, will take place
, ti, Columbus Roof Monday
. n in Guesl aker will be
George T. Swartzott.
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For Al Berman of Hi-Grade has been in the
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products to sell to their customers that is
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service Friday .it 8 p.m
p ,gtei "1 ll'i:.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1949
+Jenist> fJcrtdttar?
PAGE SEVEN
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Call 5-5785 for Reservations
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Review Of "Man-Made Plague--
A Primer On Neurosis"
DR. WILLIAM G. NIEDERLAND, Author
Recent interest in psycho-
somatics and psychiatry has pro-
duced a large number of books
dealing with these subjects. And
because so many of us have prob-
lems, conflicts, needs and desires
which are unsolved and unful-
filled these books find wide sale.
M-iny are disappointing. A new
book has just corne out, however,
which seems to have sensed the
need and which gives to the cul-
tured layman (as well as to mem-
bers of the medical profession) at
least some of the more important
answers.
The book "Man-Made Plague
a Primer on Neurosis" is written
by Dr. William G. Niederland, a
psychiatrist on the staff of Mt.
Sinai Hospital in New York City
and is published by Renbayle
House of that city. The author has
the benefit of wide experience in
many countries and has trans-
lated that experience into a com-
passionate understanding of his
fellow man.
In the chapter, "Man, Mind
and Civilization," Dr. Niederland
opens to the reader a broad con-
cept of the cultural, social and
physical environment in which
our conflicts are born and grow.
From this wide horizon a discus-
sion of "Neurosis, the Hidden
Pain" prepares the way for con-
sideration of specific types of
neurosis and for many interesting
cases as examples of maladjus-
mentand their correction.
The book is good scientifically
and practically, which would be
enough to recommend it, but it
has additional qualities which en-
hance its value. The literary style
is charming. It is warm, friendly,
personal and artistic. Dr. Nieder-
land might have been a poet had
he so chosen. There is no doubt,
however, that he enjoys poetry
and philosophy, (which he once
taught) and has a deep apprecia-
tion of the world's culture. This
is evidenced by the frequent,
though delicate, references
throughout the book.
Reading "Man-Made Plague" is
like having a talk with an in-
formed and valued friend. It is
sympathetic, heartening and op-
timistic.
This is not Dr. Niederland's
first work, though it is the first
published in this country. In 1933
he was awarded the annual prize
by the German Medical Associa-
tion for his medical research.
However, he actually never re-
ceived the award, having had to
flee as Hitler came into power.
Ironically enough, his prize paper,
together with his other writings
and books was burned in the
N;izi literary bonfires.
The author also served as pro-
fessor of medical psychology at
the University of Tampa. Dr. Ell-
wood C. Nance, president of that
university says in the foreword,
"Most of all I recommend this as
a prescription for emotional
health, psychological understand-
ing and intellectual optimism to
those who are in need of them
which includes all of us!"
"Man-Made Plague" was edited
by Malvina Weiss of Miami Beach.
Miss Weiss is well known in this
area as a teacher, author and
lecturer.
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at a party in the home of one of
their patronesses, Mrs. Alexander
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Kogan is giving the party in honor
of her husband's birthday. From
Mrs. Kogan's home the girls will
proceed to the Hyde Park Hotel
where they are having an inform-
al dinner and dance.
During the holidays Phi Sigma
Sigma members who remained
here were guests at a party in the
home of one of the pledges, Vi-
vian Hofman, 655 University Dr.
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which will be held in the spring.
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PAGE EIGHT
+MiifFkrtitor
FRIDAY, JANUARY U. 19v
Ruth Jo Hantman Is
Pledged To L Gi ss

Is Personally Speakinq
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he birth of 3 wo Stephen Lcuj Mrs P.ssne: is '-he forme:
and /.....-S--"-- v!-'r.
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-_s r/r-.: 3 decree Mr Keen' .i ~v-.v^ :: tne University
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L'mveT .':.- brothei .....-. Shapiro
took graduate at Phoei
a- :- -- N v .-.< Mr and Mrs Ccri I Roeer 2020 S.W 24th St announce
rhe -.- the t^.'r. c: s^-, Lawrence Michael bore Z:J-.~:r.:.~: 1~ -^ ':-..<
''-' '' sou Memorial Hospital
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pi] Mi and Mrs Sw Seiditco 412C ^ .'. 60th Ci announce
fo:iow:ng a s tnp lacsaon Memorial Hoeprtci
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7 t of Mi ; Anna
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by her parent] Mr and
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He is now
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firm of Robmeau. Bui: Levosm
and Van Devere.
Y:.e wedding will t -.ke place
February 15 in Chicago. The
couple will reside :r. ''
Youth League To Meet
The Young Folks League of
Temple Isaiah will elect :-:r^an-
er.t officers at its meetire r. Sun-
day ai o p.m. The league was
organized in November. 15-48, as a
social, cultural and philanthropic
group for young me:, and women.
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klDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949
v.Jenlsti tier Mian
PAGE NINE
loria Farkas Wed
Sidney Guberniek
Before her marriage December
fat Temple Beth Sholom. "Mrs.
|ney Guberniek was Miss
pria Farkas, daughter of Mr.
Mis. Abraham Farkas. 1680
st Ave., Miami Beach. Her
kband is the son of Mr. and
rs. Samuel Guberniek, 1242 S.W.
.. it
Jor the ceremony the bride
hre an ice blue satin gown with
[matching nylon fingertip veil
|d carried a white bible show-
id with white orchids,
.liss Eva Rosner was maid of
nor with Miss Norma Thalblum,
usin of the bride. Miss Bette
an Brown and Miss Josephine
iner as bridesmaids. Francine
ay was junior bridesmaid and
feona La Pato was train bearer.
IMurray Goodman served as
pst man. Ushers were Herbert
eb. cousin of the bride, Al Kap-
n and Jack Neimark. Harvey
halblum, cousin of the bride,
as junior usher.
[ The former Miss Farkas attend-
the University of Miami. Her
_*band is now attending the
Iniversity of Miami Law School.
couple Celebrates
lolden Wedding
Invitations engraved 1899-1949
irere issued this week for a dinner
karty at the Shelborne Hotel held
Sunday in honor of the 50th
redding anniversary of Mr. and
Irs. Nathan J. Berkowitz, of 1201
Jormandy Drive. Hosts at the
linr.er were Mr. and Mrs. Milton
>benstein of New York City.
Irs. Lebenstein is one of the
?rkowitz' daughters.
In the family group were Mrs.
5am Blum, another daughter.
;ith Mr. Blum of Maplewood, N.
'., and a son, Jerome Berke, of
Vestfield, N. J. Grandchildren
vho attended were Charles
^ebenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Siegel, Mrs. I. Isikow, Miss
Mary Davis, Henry Lapkin and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schoenbaum.
Also attending were Miami
teach guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Yiedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
loisch, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam
.t'vy, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Langel.
Ir. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz, Mr.
ind Mrs. Ernest Haas, Mrs. R.
/iener, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey
3erell; Mr. and Mrs. Herman S.
irown of Pittsfield, Mass., and
liami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs.
Matt Meehan, Miami.
Other guests were Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney Cassel, Coral Gables, Mr.
land Mrs. Herbert Segal, Maple-
Iwood, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Sam
[Schwartz, Plainfield, N. J., and
[Mrs. I. Schrieber, Metuchen, N. J.
Mrs. Deutsch Entertains
Visiting Sister-in-Law
Miss Beatrice Deutsch of New
York City was the luncheon-guest
this week at the Sovereign Hotel
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Maurice
Deutsch of Coral Gables. Mr.
Deutsch is a consulting and archi-
tectural engineer.
In New York the visiting Miss
Deutsch is credit manager of
Hardman Peck Piano Co. Her sis-
ter is Lorraine Lester, musical
comedy producer of such shows
as "Sleepy Hollow" and the new
"Careless Love." Miss Deutsch
has been visiting here for two
weeks.
New York Pianist To
Give Recitals Here
Miss Henriette Michelson, New
York pianist, who is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Marie Volpe, will give
three concerts under University
of Miami auspices during her stay.
The first of these will be a sonata
recital with Jean Bedetti, violin-
cellist on the university music
faculty, to be presented in Holly-
wood January 25. The same pro-
gram will be repeated for the
second concert on January 27 at
the Beaumont Memorial Lecture
hall, and Miss Michelson's third
appearance will be in an all-Beet-
hoven program on February 8.
Mme. Rothenberg to Give
Recital At Miami Y
Mme. Anna Shomer Rothenberg
will appear in a recital of Jewish
folklore in songs and stories Sun-
day mo- at b o'clock at the Mi-
ami Y, Ben Essen, chairman of
the adult activities committee, an-
nounces.
Included in Mme. Rothenberg's
program will be sketches dealing
with school days, marriage and
marriage brokers, weddings andd
bards in Eastern Europe, as well
as the Passover celebration and
holiday celebrations in Palestine.
Miss Anyuta Melicov will ac-
company Mme. Rothenberg.
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Mrs. Volpe To Be Honor
Guest At Gables Center
Oneg Shabbat Tonight
Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra and Recital Se-
ries, will be the guest of honor
and bless the Sabbath candles at
the Oneg Shabbat following regu-
lar services of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center tonight at 8 o'clock
in Pratt Veterans Hospital.
Mrs. Volpe will lead a discus-
sion tor the patients and congre-
gation members after the service.
An Oneg Shabbat hay ride has
been scheduled for tomorrow af-
ternoon at 1:45 for children of
the area. Featured will be group
games, Israeli folk dancing, the
S'udah (Sabbath meal), Sabbath
story and song and the Hav-
dalah. All young people are in-
vited. There is no charge.
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MDAY. JANUARY 14, 1949
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lebrew Academy To Receive Scroll of
[orah; Father's Club to Breakfast; PTA To
Sponsor Library Tea; League to Meet
Representatives from all the congregations and Jewish com-
unal organizations of Greater Miami are expected to attend
ie presentation of the scroll of the Torah to the Hebrew Aca-
emv Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of
leth Jacob Congregation will deliver the address of the evening
,nd Cantor Maurice Mamches of ficers ^ ^ enguing yeaf wffl
Jeth David will present a musical
program.
Harris Selig, executive director
nf the United Yeshivos Founda-
tion, will make a special trip
from New York City for the oc-
casion.
The scroll is being presented to
Jthe school to signalize the pro-
gress of one of the classes of the
academy which has undertaken
Ithe study of the bible from its
original source together with com-
Imentaries after only one and one-
|half years of previous study.
The public is invited to attend
Ithe celebration.
Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m.
Ithe first general meeting of the
fathers of the pupils of the He-
brew Academy will be held in
the form of a breakfast at Rap-
hael's Restaurant, 746 Washing-
I ton Ave.
This breakfast meeting will en-
able the fathers of the school to
meet with each other and forn
ulate a program of
be held at this meeting. A musical
program has been prepared and
refreshments will be served.
The public is invited to attend.
which will develop a closer re-
lationship amongst the member-
ship. Harris Selig will address
the meeting.
Arrangements have been com-
pleted for the library tea which
is being sponsored by the Parents
and Teachers Association of the
Hebrew Academy at the home of
Mrs. Alfred Stone Tuesday after-
noon at 1:30 p.m. it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Sol L. Sugar-
man and Mrs. Bertha Makovsky,
chairmen of the project.
Miss B. A. Alrich, founder and
head librarian of the Miami
Beach Public Library will be the
speaker of the afternoon. Miss
Aldrich is a founder of the His-
torical Society of Southern Flor-
ida, Florida counselor to the
American Library Association and
has served twice as its president.
She studied at the University of
Kansas and at the University of
Wisconsin and is the author of
"Florida Seashells."
Mrs. Max-Shapiro will deliver
the invocation. The musical pro-
gram will feature Martha Read-
ing, musician. Refreshments will
be served. Mothers who have their
pupils at the academy are invited
to be present. Admission is a suit-
able book to be placed in the
school library or the price of a
book.
The committee arrangement
includes the Mesdames Bertha
Makovsky, Ben Zion Ginsberg.
Jack Burris, Irving Frankel and
Belle Lehrman.
A meeting of the Ladies' Lea-
gue of the Hebrew Academy will
be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 18,
at the academy building, Jeffer-
son Ave. and 6th St., Miami
Beach.
Plans for the evening include
a package party with several
novelty features. Proceeds of the
affair will go towards the main-
tenance of extra curricular activi-
ties of the school.
Nomination and election of of-
Balk i ii To Speak
To Gables Women
Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida Re-
gional director, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will head-
line an interfaith program spon-
sored by the Coral Gables' Wom-
en's Chapter of B'nai B'rith Tues-
day at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House,
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Feature of the evening will be
a preview showing of the new
"Sing a Song of Friendship,"
sound film by the popular com-
poser, Irving Caesar.
Mis. Nathan Bloom, president,
will introduce Mr. Balkin who
will describe the effect of the
friendship songs upon school chil-
dren in promoting good will and
activities understanding.
Beth David Sisterhood
To Meet Wednesday
A meeting of the Beth David
Sisterhood will be held Wednes-
day afternoon at 1:30 at the Tal-
mud Torah, Mrs. Alex Stiebel,
president, has announced.
A short business meeting to be
presided over by Mrs. Stiebel will
be fololwed by a social hour.
Cards and mah jong will be
played and refreshments will be
served. Mrs. William Danziger is
in charge of airangements.
The sisterhood is making plans COUntry
for a game party to be held Jan-
uary 30, at 8:30 p.m. in the Tal-
mud Torah. Miss Jeanne Stiebel
is general chairman of the eve-
ning.
Newsbriefs
The Wolfson-Meyer Theater En-
terprises, Inc. is now in control
of the stock in television station
WVTJ following a ruling by the
Federal Communications commis-
sion on January 6. The station
plans to be on the air by the end
of this month.
Rabbi Aaron H. Lefkowitz
Ilabbi Lefkowitz
Will Speak At
Gables Forum
Rabbi Aaron H. Lefkowitz of
Long Branch, N. J., who recently
returned from a tour of European
DP installation and of Israel will
be guest speaker at a Coral Gables
Jewish Center forum for patients
and the public at Pratt Veterans
Hospital Monday at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Lefkowitz, who traveled
as an official representative of
UJA, conferred with Israeli Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion, Pope Pius
| XII, Chief Rabbi Herzog of Is-
rael, the American ambassadors
and grand rabbis of France and
Italy during his tour.
In the course of his trip, Rabbi
Lefkowitz visited DP camps in
Bavaria, participated in memoral
services at Lechfield and Dachau,
and sat in as an observer at the
Nuremberg trials. He met with
leaders of the Haganah in Israel,
as well as with top political and
diplomatic figures in the Israeli
government, in addition to Ben-
Gurion.
A professor of comparative re-
ligion and biblical literature at
the Highland Manor Junior Col-
lege, Rabbi Lefkowitz will dis-
cuss problems of Jewry in this
and abroad. The public
i invited to this forum, which
constitutes the monthly open
meeting of the Center. Center
President Sam Silver has an-
nounced that there will be no ad-
mission fee. Refreshments will be
served.
Beth Tfilah Women
To Install Officers
Installation of officers of the
Congregation Beth Tfilah Sister-
hood is slated for Wednesday
night at 8 p.m. at the synagogue.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, will in- .
stall the officers, who include:
Mrs. Sonia Shapiro, president;
Mrs. Irene Samuels, first vice
president; Mrs. Yetta Trask,
second vice president; Mrs. Morris
Cohen, third vice president; Mrs.
Anna Silverman, fourth vice pres-
ident; Mrs. B. Jacobson, treasur-
er; Mrs. Lena Kramer; recording
secretary, Mrs. Louis Luftig, fi-
nancial secretary.
Newly elected trustees are:
Mrs. Rachel Katz, Mrs. Rose
Schneider and Mrs. Hyman Zeid-
man. The hospitality committee
consists of: Mrs. Louis Moro,
chairman, Mrs. Rose Kaplan and
Mrs. Sally Steckel. Members of
the sunshine committee are Mrs.
Rachel Katz and Mrs. Ida Dia-
mond.
Directors include: the Mesdames
Rose Kaplan, Jennie Hill, Mollie
Sobel, F. Haskin, F. Meltzer, Ida
Diamond, P. Gratz, J. Dolgin, S.
Goldberg, P. De Koven, B. Cohen,
Betty Pekula, Mary Taub, L. Shul-
man, Eva Friedman, F. Hoffman,
Ida Widelitz, Anna Bergman, Jos-
eph Levitt, Bessie Benjamin,
Anna Dyner, Dora Katz, A. Mar-
low and the Rebetzin Sarah Bass.
A special program has been ar-
ranged to follow the installation
and refreshments will be served.
The public is invited to attend.
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Other officers include Mortimer
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mour Frishman, second vice presi-
dent; Michael Foe, secretary; and
Irene Adler, treasurer. Arthur D.
Frishman is executive director of
the association.
The Miami Heart Association
will join with the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home and the Mi-
ami Heart Institute in an educa-
tional and fund-raising campaign
to begin the latter part of Janu-
ary. The drive will be climaxed by
annual Heart Week which will
commence on February 14.
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*Jm1st fhrkJton
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:h Auxiliary To Jewish Home
[Aged to Sponsor Dance At Copa
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Discussing plans for the annual dinner dance at Copa City are
d clockwisa) the Mesdames Sarah Reymer, Eva Sepler, Sarah
Mae Newman. Lillian Weisglass, Bessie Siegfried. Fanny
lberg, Ann Miller, Frances Rubin. Benjamin Appel. Benjamin
. A. J. Plotkin, Benjamin Field, Louis Makovslcy, Anna
nne, Harry Danziger, Minnie Miller Rose Chavez, Moses
jer, Morris Bubler, Rose Deutsch, Lester Siepner, Samuel
r. Samuel Sapiro, Joseph Kane; (standing clockwise) Dr. Celia
iL the Mesdames Morris Sparber, Albert Rakoff. Max Greert-
Sol Silverman and Charles Herzog.
Benjamin Sherry, president
he Miami Beach Women's
_ry to the Jewish Home for
|Aged, entertained the board
rectors of that organization at
fca last week at the Robert
ter Hotel,
a brief business session pre-
. over by Mrs. Sherry, plans
he annual dinner dance to be
Sunday evening, January 23,
o'clock at Copa City were
Ined by Mrs. Harold Spaet,
chairman,
/ing as co-chairman with
Spaet are the Mesdames
lander Kogan, Samuel Sapiro
Morris Sparber. Also assist-
are Mrs. Joseph Kane, tele-
ne chairman; Mrs. Sol Silver-
ticket chairman; Mrs. Ben-
in Sherry; and all officers and
rd members.
rs. Sapiro was hostess to a
ting of the board at her home
day for the purpose of con-
ing with formulation of plans
Ithe dance.

The board will meet to take
ire of final details for the affair
at the home of Mrs. Harold Spaet.
For reservations to the dinner
dance call Mrs. Silverman at
58-4558 or Mrs. Spaet at 5-9838.
Beth El Players
To Give Drama by
Cantor Freedman
The Beth El players, under the
direction of Cantor Milton Freed-
r>an, will present by popular de-
mand the third peiformance of
pen Zion Ginsburg is chair-
i of the Food for Israel drive
ding up its local campaign
r the auspices of the Mi-
Beach District of the Zion-
)rganization of America.
Cantor Milton Freedman
Cantor Freedman's play, "Hannah
and Her Seven Sons," tomorrow
night at 7:45 in the new audi-
torium of Beth El Congregation.
The cast of characters includes:
Joel Polen, Harriet Schwartz,
Stuart Aptaker, Roberta Werner,
David Schwartz, Sheldon Hittle-
man, Bobby Spiegel, Fred Past
Morton Grossman, Robert Bram-
bier, Philip Abrams, Delores
Chernoff, Phyllis Pearl, Roberta
Mitr.ick, Martha Fisher, Karen
Langer, Eunice Cook, Cynthia
Rackovsky, Frances Fromm, Rob-
ert Hoffman, Harold Schwartz.
Becky Rosenthal, Howard Polen.
Seymour Ginsburg, Norman Gins-
burg, Marvin Levine, Howard
Xane, Philip Slotsky, Marlena
Kravitz.
Admission is free and there will
be no appeals. A teen age dance
will follow.
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+Jmlsi> Her Id/tan
PAGE FIFTEEN
ibi Lookstein
:eives Honors
i>bi Joseph H. Lookstein,
Jewish communal leader,
Lr, educator and teacher was
ted Sunday afternoon at a
lous convocation attended by
than 1,000 persons at the
regation Kehilath Jeshurun
Few York City, of which he
been spiritual leader for the
125 years.
I Belkin, president of Yeshiva
rersity; Edward M. Warburg,
trnan of the American Jew-
loint Distribution Committee;
pert H. Lehman; Frank L.
|, president of the National
Ish Welfare Board; and Leon
/ian, president of the Miz-
ki Organization of America
> among the national Jewish
Lm who gathered in person to
tribute to Rabbi Lookstein for
[service to American-Jewish
e Hon. Samuel Levy, chair-
of board of trustees of Yes-
University, presided at the
tram at which Rabbi Look-
, was awarded a life contract
(his congregation through its
kident, Max J. Etra. An honor-
Doctor of Divinity Degree
conferred upon the rabbi at
convocation by his alma
,er. Yeshiva University. Dr.
bucl Belkin made the presenta-
Lbbi Lookstein, who is also
Jfessor of Homiletics and Jew-
feociology at Yeshiva Universi-
lhas been active in numerous
Jious, civc and communal or-
Ezations. He is a former prcsi-
It of the Rabbinical Council of
lerica and of the New York
Ird of Rabbis.
labbi Lookstein descends from
imily which for thirteen gen-
lions had at least one of its
abers in the rabbinate. He
graduated from the College
Ehe City of New York with a
\. degree and received his M.A.
J928 at Columbia University.
[was ordained by the Rabbi
\c Klchanan Theological Semi-
of Yeshiva University.
Attendance Increase
Noted At West Flagler
Kennel Club This Year
The popularity of the sport of
queens is taking another skyward
jump this season at West Flagler
Kennel club.
So far during the racing season
a large increase in attendance
over last year has been recorded
at Florida's largest greyhound
racing center. One thousand
more fans per night are witness-
ing the sport this season at the
Flagler oval than during the 1948
campaign.
Every indication points toward
a new state record in attendance
being set by the Flagler track,
which for years has led all canine
ovals in the state and in the
south in both mutuel play and
crowds.
Last year 478,000 fans witnessed
dog racing at Flagler, while indi-
cations are that the attendance
this year will go soaring to a new
state mark of close to 600,000.
While the attendance is way
up this year, the mutuel play is
moving along close to last year's
play with only a fractional de-
crease being shown to date. West
Mrs. Arnold Is
Director Women's
Division Of AJC
Mrs. Newton Arnold has been
appointed director of the women's
division of the American Jewish
Congress, it was announced by
Judges Justine Wise Polier, presi-
dent of the division.
Mrs. Arnold has a background
of distinguished service in social
service and governmental execu-
tive posts both here and abroad.
Her work in Europe helped in the
rescue and rehabilitation of thous-
ands of Jewish DPs, both children
and adults.
Prior to receiving her JD de-
gree in law at New York Uni-
versity, Mrs. Arnold taught Eng-
lish and journalism in the New
York High School system. Upon
her admission to the bar, she
maintained a law office in New
York City and served as counsel
to the Social Service Bureau at-
tached to the magistrates' courts.
B'nai B'rith Young Men
And Women To Meet
A joint meeting of the Debbs
Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
en and FDR Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Men will be held Wednes-
day at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y.
The showing of a new film by
Gilbert J. Balkin, will highlight
the program.
The two units will hold a dis-
cussion of proposed interfaith
community projects for 1949.
President Joe Vogel and Miss
Doris Brown will act as co-chair-
Commander To Speak
Commander Stewart Blackman,
U. S. N. (Ret.), will be guest
speaker at the Sholom Lodge
Luncheon Club meeting to be held
at 12:15 p.m. today at the Down-
towner Restaurant. Commander
Blackman's subject will be:
"Patent Law in America."
men of the evening. Program
chairman is Miss Doris Klein and
interfaith chairman is Miss Donna
Feldman.
Flagler's 1949 opening night
topped last year's opening night
both in attendance and mutuel
play.
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he next monthly meeting of
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wish to join the organization.
rill be a dessert tea to be held
Monday at 1 p.m. in the patio
|710 James Ave.
short business meeting to be
iucted by Mrs. Arthur Klein.
^ident, will precede the social
pram. The program will begin
a message of greeting en-
-1 "Meet Your Sisterhood" by
|bi Irving Lehrman. A Truth
Consequence program featur-
the radio commentator and
jockey, Barry Gray, as mas-
[of ceremonies, will highlight
afternoon.
oecial honor guests will be
[following members who cele-
le their birthdays during the
pth of January: the Mesdames
[id Rosenbaum, Bessie Vin-
Bertha Zitomer, Jeanette
ler, George Feuer, Harry
lenstein. Max Weinstein. Nat
ler, Louis Lustig, Sarah
obs, Harry Rogers, Hy Sweet
pa Herman, Morris Newmark.
na Friend, Jay Hirsch, Kate
iam, J. M. Lipton and Wolf
Shner.
lostesses for this meeting will
(the following board members:
Mesdames Irving Lehrman.
Hankoff, Theodre Hankoff,
hur Klein, Benjamin Kohn.
fcph Lipton, Samuel Lipton and
iuel Josepher.
Schneer To Speak
Morris Schneer will speak
"New Trends in Medicine" at
leeting of the Everglades
ich 1050, Workman's Circle.
held Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at
Workman's Circle Lyceum,
S.W. 3rd St.
The Banking Center of Miami Since 1902
TheTirstNaiitmalBank
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Miami's Oldest and Florida's Largest Financial Institution
101 EAST FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
December 31. 1948
RESOURCES
Cash and Due From Banks............................................................................................................ 32*222'i??*5f
U. S. Government Securities.......................................................................................................... /9.536.114.75
State and Municipal Bonds............................................................................................................ 2,804,376.41
Other Marketable Securities.......................................................................................................... 432,997.70
Loans and Discounts......................................................................................................................
FHA Insured Title II Mortgages....................................................................................................
Other Real Estate Mortgages........................................................................................................
Banking House..................................................................................................................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................................................................................................................
Bank Warehouse..............................................................................................................................
Federal Reserve Bank Stock..........................................................................................................
Accrued Income Receivable..........................................................................................................
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources....................................................................................
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit and Acceptances.........................................................
LIABILITIES
Demand Deposits.............................................................................................................................SI 11.300,756.70
Time Deposits.................................................................................................................................... 16,882,036.24
Unearned Discount..........................................................................................................................
Accrued Taxes, Interest, Etc.........................................................................................................
Dividend Payable January 3, 1949..............................................................................................
Letters of Credit and Acceptances..............................................................................................
Capital Stock.....................-............................................................................................................... 4,000,000.00
Surplus .............................................................................................................................................. 2,100,000.00
Undivided Profits.............................................................................................................................. 1,152,678.47
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Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
$112,618,278.31
3,237,374.11
16,
1,
1,
048,366.56
363,493.75
638.225.62
024,781.89
396,141.70
6,000.00
183,000.00
336,719.27
132,209.72
311,282.33
$136,295,873.26
128,182,792.94
107,985.14
321,134.38
120,000.00
311,282.33
7,252,678.47
$136,295,873.26
OFFICERS
PAUL R. SCOTT
Chairman
HARRY HOOD BASSETT
R. M. DOYLE, JR.
OLIN G. SYMONS
GEORGE E. WHITTEN
Vice Chairman
CLEMENT B. CHINN
President
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WILLIAM C HILL J. G. LEYBOURNE C. C. NIELSEN
CHARGES E. KLUGH R. M. McDANALD H. FRANK NORTHROP
O. E. ROUSH WAYNE G. ROUTH
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COMER J. KIMBALL
Executive Vice President
HARRY G. RETALICK
GORDON H. ROBERTSON
WINTON M. WRIGHT
TRUST DEPARTMENT
LEE C ROBINSON
Vice President and Trust Officer
DAVID B. ALTER, JR.
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PAGE SEVENTEl.
Strictly Confidential
It Is True:
We have been challenged to
give proof of our statement that
the Honorable Joseph Proskauer,
president of the American Jewish
Committee is a member of the
legal staff of the Aramco, i.e. the
Arab-American Oil Company .
Well if you want to check up
read the New York Times report
on the Fleming trial. Mr. Flem-
ing sued the Aramco for a big
commission a few months ago
. One of the key witnesses was
Jessie Jones a former member of
Roosevelt's official Washington
family ... At that trial Mr. Pros-
kauer made his appearance as at-
torney for Aramco ... So there
you are.
Scoop
We cannot guarantee this story
but it has all the earmarks of a
true one Well, it seems that
former Prime Minister of Great
Britain, rotund Winston Churchill
volunteered, some time ago, ad-
vice to President Truman on how
to handle the complicated Zionist
issue without losing Jewish good
will Churchill is alleged to
have said: "Keep close to Dr.
Weizmann. Proclaim publicly
your friendship and admiration
for 'the grand old man of Zionism'
. Invite him to the White
House and pay him all possible
honors, personally ... If you
follow this advice the Jews will
accept your Palestine policy, no
matter what it may be" And
so on the very same day that the
Washington State Department
warned the Israeli Government
that its actions might provoke
military intervention on the part
of Great Britain (implying that
the U.S. would be unable to stop
Bevin from sending English
soldiers against the Haganah)
well, we say on that very same
day President Truman announced
that he would attend the New
York dinner in honor of "his dear
old friend Dr. Weizmann" in
March Yes, the story about
Churchill's advice to Truman
could be true.
Stormy Petrel:
Lewis Browne the author who
committed suicide the other day
was a good friend of ours ... He
never lacked Chutzpah and we
like him for that Some of his
fellow students in days gone by,
at the Hebrew Union College in
Cincinnati may remember a few
of his pranks One day, for
instance, he purchased an auto-
mobile and sent the bill to the
college The reason he ad-
vanced was that his feet hurt and
he did not wish to miss class. He
was subsequently expelled from
the Rabbinical College And
did you know that the author of
"Stranger Than Fiction" com-
piled, at the age of 16, a volume
listing all the words in the Eng-
lish language originating from
Hebrew ... It was Rabbi Joshua
Bloch, chief of the Jewish Divi-
sion of the New York Public Li-
brary who suggested to him the
idea to write an informal history
of the Jewish people Lewis
took him seriously and after
seven months delivered his manu-
script to a literary agent who sold
it immediately to MacMillan,
launching Browne on a succesfsul
literary career .. And incidental-
ly the newspaper reports that
Browne poisoned himself because
he feared blindness are wrong
. Blindness did not threaten
him ... It was arthritis which
had made a cripple of him,
stopped his activities as a lecturer
and compelled him to live the life
of a recluse And so Browne,
who had an enormous appetite for
the good things in life decided to
quit Goodnight, many will
remember you for your almost
divine impudence and miss you.
Odds and Ends:
Professor Albert Einstein is
doing very well after his opera-
tion and will now be healthier
than he has been for years .
The money realized from the 250
dollars a plate dinner to Presi-
dent Weizmann in New York does
not go to Weizmann, personally,
but to the scientific institute he
heads in Rechovoth, Israel .
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is a very
rich man whose royalties on
patents bring him a fortune every
year ... It is rumored that Rabbi
Abba Hillel Silver is writing a
book of memoirs dealing with his
years of Zionist leadership .
And so is Dr. Israel Goldstein,
now residing in Tel Aviv as treas-
urer of the Jewish Agency .
Dr. Nahum Goldman is slated as
Israeli Ambassador to Great Bri-
tain if and when that country
recognizes the Jewish State .
No, Dr. Goldman has not yet
signed a lease for his official
London residence Eliahu
Epstein, representative of Israel
in Washington will reduce dras-
tically his public appearances at
Zionist functions Orders from
Tel Aviv Henry Montor
formerly head of the fund raising
machine of the United Jewish
Appeal may be induced to take
over the executive post at the
Palestine Economic Corporation
at a precedent-shattering salary
. And they tell us that the
Yiddish newspapers notwith-
standing reports to the contrary
are making a pile of money for
their owners Yes, it is true
that the Jewish Anti-Fascist Com-
mittee of Moscow has closed shop
... It is being re-organized on a
larger scale with more emphasis
on cultural activities.
Usual Ignorance:
"Literary History of the United
States" authored by Robert E.
Spiller and others and published
by the usually cautious MacMillan
Company displays the usual ignor-
ance when it comes to Yiddish
and Hebrew literature in America
. The authors apparently do
not know the difference between
Yiddish and Hebrew They
also list Maurice Schwartznot
as an actorbut as a playwright
. The "monumental" work
heralded as a great achievement,
lists Sholem Asch and Abraham
Cahn of the Forwaerts as the two
outstanding Yiddish novelists .
The authors of this history never
heard of the English translations
of Singer's, "The Brothers Ash-
kenazis" ... In short there are
too many wild errors of commis-
sion and omission Among
the poets is listed Hayyim Wein-
shel ... In case you did not know
it Hayyim was the father of Wal-
ter Winchell and wrote exactly
two poems in his life.
Question:
What is the connection between
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith and the Brandeis Un-
iversity ... No official announce-
ment was made of the tieup but
we're informed that the ADL is a
substantial contributor to the first
Jewish-sponsored university in
this country Why keep it a
secret?
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IIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1949
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFK
Anyone who opens the books of Genesis and Exodus
tan iead the greatest epic in any language. The vast
Jrama begins with the coming of Joseph into Egypt as a
lave. It progresses with his rise to the highest position
n the land, next to Pharaoh himself. The Patriarch
Jacob and his eleven sons arrive at the invitation of
Joseph, now the viceroy. The children of Israel are
Subsequently enslaved by a new dynastry. The towering
figure of Moses makes Mt. Horeb look like a pedestal
is he engages in a sublime argument with the Deity.
He demands of Pharaoh the liberation of his people. The
ten plagues follow in rapid succession. The Red Sea
divides. Moses with the Israelites reach the opposite
ihore- at the same time the pursuing Egyptian host is
Irowned. A noble Song of Triumph follows. The Deity
descends on the flaming Sinai. Amidst fire and smoke,
thunder and lightning, Jehovah gives the Ten Com-
jnandments to all mankind. If there is poetry with more
[grandeur in any literature, I would like to read it.
Ancient Egypi
Egypt lingers in the mind of mankind by reason of
[this Jewish saga. The Negro slaves in the Southern
[plantations had never heard about pyramids, obelisks,
sphinxes, mummies, or the Temple of Karnak. It was
[the mighty appeal of the BiblicaJ story that inspired the
[moving Negro spiritual Way down in Egypt Land. The
man on the street cannot decipher hieroglyphics. Nor
does his interest lie in the research of archaeologists.
His memory of old Egypt is kept eternally green be-
cause 3 000 years ago the children of Israel dwelt on
the banks of the Nile. One might think the Egyptians
of today would feel a romantic pride in this inclusion of
their forgotten ancestors into the Book of Books. Their
gratitude to Jews should be boundless.
But what actually is the payoff? Two years ago
Egypt was visited by the cholera, the kind that used to
vjenisti fk>rid/an
The Egyptians
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I
scourge them in the old days. Its entire population was
in danger of infection. Yet not a single case appeared
in neighboring Palestine. The Hebrew university and
the Hadassah hospital offered to rush their doctors, then-
nurses, and their serum, free of all cost. But the fanatic-
rulers of benighted Egypt refused to accept aid from
Jews. Better let their miserable victims die and the
plague spread throughout the land.
Yet in the days of Moses, their ancestors reached
the zenith the civilization, science, and military power
of that time. The standard of their public and private
life was the highest the world had known. A visit to
Luxor, to the National Museum of Cairo, or the tomb
of Tutankamen will reveal the height to which they
had risen. A walk on any street or highway in Egypt
today will show how low they have fallen.
Modern Israel
To compare the Jews with the Egyptians of the
20th century would only invite a contrast. In spite of
the persecutions of a thousand years, the Jews today
furnish more than their quota of scholars, artists, poets,
musicians, scientists. Notwithstanding restrictions and
obstacles, they rise to the top of the culture of every
land. Within two decades, the University of Jerusalem
compares more than favorably with older institutions of
far more populous nations. The library on Mt. Scopus
is superior to anything in the East. The Hadassah
Hospital is probably the best in Asia.
Egyptian Degeneration
As against the art, science, music, and learning of
Israel, the Egyptians can point to the University of
Cairo, with a supposed attendance of 12,000 students.
But what do they learn? It is reliably reported that
these students sit on the ground and memorize the
Koran. Yet this "university" is the inteUectual fountain
head not only of Egypt but of the entire Mohammedan
world. Its president is the head of the Moslem Brother-
hood, a fanatic clan, sunk in ignorance and superstition.
On May 14, 1948, when Britain withdrew her civil
and military government from Palestine, the Egyptians
thought everything would fall into hopeless confusion.
These degenerate scions of a- formerly great people
decided to strike before the Jews could organize a state.
Numbering 19,000,000 themselves, they would not ln-
vad" Palestine until joined by 16,000,000 fellow Moslems
of six other states. Those 35,000,000 brave Arabs, aided
and abetted by Britain, would certainly make mince-
meat of 700.000 timid Jews. Yet the U. N. would not
even call this invasion an act of aggression. Only when
the Jews were routing the Egyptians and their allies
on all fronts did the British force the U. N. to issue a
cease fire order.
Is it any wonder that the decadent Egyptians made
such a poor showing? After all, they have been out of
fighting practice for 2,700 years. Enslaved, and degraded
in turn hv Assyrians. Ethiopians, Babylonians, Persians,
Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Marmalukes, Turks, French,
English, they still felt superior to the Jewish survivors
of Nazi concentration camps. But what is to be expected
from a wretched, poverty stricken land, whose rulers,
from the paunchy King Farouk to the meanest bureau-
crat, are concerned only with skinning and exploiting
the worm-eaten, trachoma-blinded felaheen. The Ef-
fendis are terror stricken at the thought of a democratic,
enlightened, modern state touching their borders. The
shafts of light radiating from Israel might penetrate
the thick gloom that has wrapped Egypt since the fall
of the Pharaohs.
Our Film Folk
Study by 20th Century-Fox ex-
ecutive of the 10,500 theatre dates
played so far by "Gentleman's
Agreement" revealsmuch to
their surprise tnat the film is
the company's second largest all-
time grosser in the south. On the
other hand, it has had hard going.
in the mid-west, but still racks
up as the studio's top-grosser of
the year.
Because of its theme of anti-
Semitism, the company's sales ex-
ecutives felt that "Agreement-
would find considerable resistance
below the Mason-Dixon line. The
territory has comparatively few
Jews and has always been no-
toriously weak for social problem
or "message" pictures. The studio
has no actual explanation for the
fact that the film was topped only
by "Leave Her To Heaven" in
the you-all country.

Producer Sam Goldwyn, long a
figure in "W#>'s Who," as well
as other compendia of contempor-
ary topsiders, with the possible
exception of Burke's Peerage, has
at last achieved literary immortal-
ity as the only Hollywoodian in-
cluded in the new edition of Bart-
lett's Familiar Questions (Quota-
tions, that is)!

Al Jolson gave a $75,000 Christ-
mas present to the Cedars of Le-
banon hospital by turning over his
mountaintop estate to the institu-
tion. Jolie said the hospital could
do anything they wanted with
the 14-room house and adjoining
property.
Meyer Levin, who recently au-,
thored a pair of Palestine-made
features, is preparing two new
stories. One, entitled "Yehuda,"
brings up to date his 1939 Pales-
tine novel of the same name. The
other is "A Spell of Time," localed
around the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. Meyer's wife, Tereska,
has also just completed a new
book, written in French.
Several Hollywood studios and
independent U.S. film makers
have been prospecting Israel story
material with an eye to possible
production in the new nation.
Levin, by the way, wrote the only
two Palestine pictures made so far
"My Father's House" and "The
Illegals." Mrs. Levin played the
expectant mother in the latter
film, and realistically their son
has just been born in Paris, coin-
ciding with the completion of
Levin's new book and publication
of Mrs. Levin's new novel.
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I by the Pioneer
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William Penn Hotel
rrr.an was pnnci-
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MIAMI'S OLDEST
FURNITURE MOVERS

,e Fund
Club Elects Officers
-. ,-. Chit of the Nor-
; has elected the fol-
-: era for 1949,
nee department
Mezritch: presi-
I vice president.
:,ry-treasur-
Z: MagBM, extreme right, seated, at the last meeting he atUndad
- bafcall of the Hebrew
Ur.i-
Dr. Magr.es extreme right, seated, at the UW *"*^ ?-T^t uJrtrsitT House. 9 East 89th
^K^oTc^^ the Amer,
^friS^D^W*^^ 8- techier.
Sr Saul Adler professor of ParasLtologr and chairman of the V**^*^r*S^E&
Ar Ibn Zahar, former Academic Registrar, and now honorary manager of J**""?*.
P-ess a- D- Alexander Dushkoa. executive rice president of tne Jewish Educationi Comt.....ee c.
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-Jewls!) fhrldHan
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
iiral Speaks
losal To Train
Pilots Here
[training of native Arab
in the United States to
them for a proposed corn-
airline in their homeland
Illegal unless they actually
combat instruction, Rear
(1 Solomon S. Isquith, USN
said recently at a meeting
liami Beach Post No. 330,
War Veterans. Theoreti-
ie stated, the Arab nation
in a state of war and the
fighting in Palestine is
termed an "incident."
ctired naval officer was
to address the meeting
|the proposal to teach Arab
Is air transport flying at an
ban aviation school.
Commander Hylan Kout
that the proposal would
United States in the posi-
assisting the Arabian war
and urged members to join
jing block the plan. As a
the Miami Beach post's
tion to this matter, national
larters of JWV is making a
i-estigation in Washington.
|ith, however, explained
|ich training must be proved
jf a military nature before
be legally prevented, be-
in theory at least, Arabia
belligerent nation. Isquith
out that aviators of non-
cnts have always been en-
^ed to come to America for
u and cited the Latin
lean flying students here as
pies.
ching on current needs of
ate of Israel, the former
ander of the battleship USS
stated that the Jewish state
interest itself in shipping
sea is vitually the only
t means of commerce.
biggest task confronting
now is not the war, for the
lean well take care of it, but
setting as many DP's back
ael as possible." The biggest
back is transportation, he
Iren's Home Group
is Luncheon Party
I.orber Chapter of the Na-
Home for Jewish Children
ivor held a dessert luncheon
nah jong and card party
?sday at 12:30 p.m. at the
jh Hotel. Chairman for the
was Mrs. Elyse Gladstone.
ling her were Jackie King.
et Jamason and Lillian
Ap I Puchkoff Is Honorary
Head of Histadruth
LEGAL NOTICE
P. Puchkoff was elected honor-
ary president at a recent meeting
of the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith
of Greater Miami. Other officers
selected were: J. Z. Stadlan, pres-
ident; J. Cohen, Dr. M. A. Lipkind
and Dr. A. Wolfson, vice presi-
dents; W. Agranove, secretary;
Mr. Dorf, treasurer.
The next meeting will be held
Sunday in the patio of the Spinoza
Forum, 11th St. at Collins Ave.
All lectures and discussions are
in Hebrew and persons interested
in the language are invited to at-
tend.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11th JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 121140.
CHARLES FINKEL. Plaintiff, vs.
DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, Defend-
ant.
TO: DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, 1927
Wynnefletd Terrace Apartments,
Bryn Mawr and Parkside Avenues,
Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for annulment filed against
you by CHARLES FINKEL on or be-
fore the 17 day of January. ISO-
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day
of December, 1948.
E. B. LEATHHRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
12/24-31 1/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Laurel In the Pines at Dade County,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LAURENCE TISCH
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
1/14-21-28 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WAYSIDE CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
at 13 N. W. 36th S'treet Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RICHARD M. SNEIDER
1/14-21-28 2/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 12146.1.
JULIA WOLFF, Plaintiff, vs.
SAMUEL WOLFE. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: SAMUEL WOLFF,
351 Legion Street,
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby notified anil ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
divorce filed against you in the above
styled cause on or before the 7 day
of Feb.. A.D. 1949; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed against you.
DATED 6 of Jan., 1349.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
A J. KAPLAN,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1703 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida.
1/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
ROTT. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JOHNNIE JASPER PARROTT
General Delivery
Grlmesland, North Carolina
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint for
divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 25 day
of January, 1949, or a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
DATED this 23 day of December,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
.By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
12/24-31 1/7-14
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DANIEL H. RIEGEL-
JACOB ABRAMSON
LEONARD L KIMBALL
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Bldg.
1/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi,' partnership lately subsisting be-
tween the undersigned SAM FINKEL-
STEIN and HARRY MICHAELS,
carrying on business as Corre Olean-
era itt 1622 Alton Road. Miami Be>ch,
Florida, and as Normandy Isle Clean-
ers at 1012 Everglades Concourse, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, was on the 27th
day of November, 1948, dissolved by
mutual consent, and that the business
of Corre Cleaners, at 1622 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Florida will be carried
on by the said Sam Ftnkelsteln, who
will pay and discharge all debts and
liabilities connected with said Corre
Cleaners, and receive all moneys pay-
able to the said late firm in con-
nection with Raid business; and that
the business of Normandy Isle Clean-
ers at 1012 Everglades Concourse, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida will be carried on
by the said Harry Michaels, who will
pav and discharge all debts and lia-
bilities connected with said Normandy
Isle Cleaners, and receive all moneys
payable to the said late firm in con-
nection with said business.
SAM FINKEL8TEIN
HARRY MIIHAELS
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attomey-at-Law
1703 Congress Bldg.,
Miami 32. Florida
1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JEWEL CREST: JEWEL CREST
MANUFACTURERS: JEWEL CRES'l
MANUFACTURING CO. (NON-1N-
CORP.) at 1573 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, Fla., intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
GABRIEL BRAUN
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
1/14-21-28 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Edison Auto Supply and Tire Co. at
5902 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOE TEPPER
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
413 Congress Bldg.
1/14-21-28 2/4_____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
"Corre'' at 1622 Alton Road, Miami
Beach Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM FINKELSTEIN
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attorney-at-Law
1703 Congress Bldg.
Miami 32. Florida
1,7-14-21-28 2/4 ^^___
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121822.
RAY MULIERI. Plaintiff, vs. MI-
CHAEL A. MULIERI, Defendant
YOU, 8GT. MICHAEL A. MULIERI,
HEADQUARTERS & HEADQUART- l "-, Karlef
ERH BATTERY, 5th FA GROUP, I TO; '
FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA, are noti-
fied to file your appearance In the
above cause for divorce, on or before
the 31st day of January. A.D. 1949.
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
DATED: This 29th day of December.
A.D. 1948.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys
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Miami, Florida
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
William's Beauty Salon at 130 N. E.
2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk or
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Sole Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
1/14-21-28 2/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
laurel In the Palms at Dade County,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
LAURENCE TISCH
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
1/14-11-28 2/4 ____________________
iNNY & DOC'S
JEWEL BOX
512 N.E. 15th St.
ILEON LA VERNE
and
lerica's Foremost
le Impersonators
tes. 9-3100
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious "' J
OLD CASTLE INN at 151 SB. tad
Street. Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ld*' SOLOMON BARBER
JOHN VUNA HRANILOVICH
12/17-24-31 1/7-14 ^_________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BARRI MANUFACTURERS at 3100
Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. __
MIKE BARISO
ELMER GASKINS
VALENTINE BUNETTA
FRANK E. BOLOMON
Attorney for Barri Manufacturers
12/17-24-31 1/7-14 _________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
121238.
IX>UIS KARLES, Plaintiff, vs.
HELEN KARLES, Defendant.
117 W. 88th Street
New York City, New York
You are hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for di-
vorce on or before the 21st day of
January, 1949, otherwise, a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
>0Dated this 22nd day of December,
1948.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
JEAN KLEINBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH KLEINBERG. Defendant.
YOU JOSEPH KLEINBERG, 1936
Broadway, New York, New York, are
notified to file your appearance In the
above cause for divorce, on or before
the 7th day of February, A.D. 1949.
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be
.ntered against you.
DATED: January 6, A.D. 1949.
E 1! LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court^jal) STOCKING.
* Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN SILVER & SAKOWITZ
~:uit" 918 Beybold Building
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1/7-14-21-28 2/4________m________-----------,
" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court |eaJ)nRicEJR
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Solicitor for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12/24-31 1/7-14
^rntcndtorcVlsiers^dname^th
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
CoUnty, Floods R
MAURICE ABRAMS
partners
I 7-14-21-28 2/4_____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
All Brlte Services at 206 Miracle Mile,
Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
BERNARD E. HOFFMAN
SANFORD WOLFE
Partners
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
1/7-14-21-21 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___ .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Al's at 6212 N.W. 18th Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HARRY MOSS
ABRAHAM GOTTLIEB
JOSEPH MALEK
Attorney for Applicants
1/7-14-21-28 2/4____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business und.r the fictlMoue name 0*
BELD8 BEAUTY SALON *J
E8PANOLA WAY. MIAMI BEACH.
FLORIDA, intand to register said
nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade CountyFlorld*.
MIRIAM COHEN
RENEB ETHEL ROLNICK
WASMAN. SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicanta
12/17-14-31 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
8UPENCO at 1544 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. pAUL STOCKHAMMER,
Sole owner
HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESQ.,
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST MILLWORKS at 7420
N.W 24th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CHESTER W. CLARK
JOHN H. SCHMIDT
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Chester W. Clark
and John H. Schmidt
12A7-24-31 1/7-14 _______
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 121296.
PEARL KORNOREEN COHEN, Plain-
tiff, vs. BENJAMIN COHEN. De-
fendanL
To: Benjamin Cohen,
1461 Hoe Avenue,
Bronx, New York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce filed against
you by PEARL KORNGREEN
COHEN, on or before the 27th day of
January, 1949, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
confessed against you.
Done and Ordered this 27 day of
December, A.D. 1948.
' E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ______.,,
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
PAUL WEITZMAN
Solicitor of Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
12/31 1/7-14-21
NOTICE TO APPEAR
,n Ti,"rrrc;omoFTHK
n
F
>: CHANCERY, .No.
SYLVIA BURSTEIN. Plaintiff.
' SAMUEL BCRSTE1N, Denjlri*-
You. SAMUEL BIRSTE1N,
Boruce street. Newark, New
,,re notified to file your appearance
U THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
V- ji .Vial circuit in and
kV.R DALE COUNTY. FLoRIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No. 1213.0.
..,,. i,i-i>wf kim I'la nt ff. vs.
93
Jersey.
;ir<> noimeo io m- ;.>.. ,------------
in the above cause for divorce un tin
Rh day of February. A.D. 1949, other-
wise decree pro confesso will be .en-
tered against you.
Dated this 3rd day of January, A.u.
1949
' E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) m q ^
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney
Seybold Building
1/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHOR'S LUNCHEONETTE and SUN-
DRY SHOP at 900 8outh Miami Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
tater said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
, DAVID SHOR
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Bnor s
Luncheonette and Sundry Shop
12/24-Sl 1/VU-lS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undr the fictitious name of
ONEIDA CLEANERS at 131-133 S.E.
Second Street, Miami. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ._
ONEIDA LaRUE
AQUILINO SANTOS
JUAN ORTIZ
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Oneida Cleaners
12/17-24-31 1/7-14______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Florence Villas at 1450 Meridian Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARION OSHER
HYMAN KURLAN
MARTHA KURLAN
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
12/24-81 1/7-14-21______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
M & H Market at 6747 S.W. 8th
Street. Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
HENRY SMALL
MORRIS STOTSKY
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
1703 Congress Bldg.
ll.'8i-3l 1/7.-11-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN*
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 121427.
C1IARLO DIANNE LEWIS, Plaintiff.
vs. GEORGE H. LEWIS, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: GEORGE H. LEWIS
1515 Gist Street
Columbia, South Carolina
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you in the
above-styled cause on or before the
4 day of February. 1949; otherwise
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED this 5 day of January, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ & LASKY
Solicitors for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami, Florida '
1/7-14-21-28
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 121428.
SARAH 8UTKIN. Plaintiff, vs. SAM
S'UTKIN. Defendant.
TO: SAM SUTKIN,
181 Legion Avenue,
New Haven, Connecticut.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In this
cause on or before the 7th day of
February, 1949; otherwise said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 5th day of January,
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/7-14-21-28
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th-t
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
Union Credit at 908 Langford Butldln...
Miami. Florida, intends t~ reglrter
.s.iid name with the Clerk of the Ulr-
cuuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MONDRES AND COMPANY
90S Langford Building
tl'K-21-Sl 1/7-14



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 1<
page rwEsrrr-i *c
LUXURY DRY CLEANER S
KTMBALL MURHAY. Prop.
5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 714% |
DOLLY DIMPLE GRILL
DELICIOUS SANDWICHES
PLATE LUNCH
"503 N.W. 7th Are.
Phot* J.|7n
DORN MARTIN DRUG CO.
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
200 Sunset Drive ^"^ ***
BUENA VISTA CABINET SHOP
O. F. GANT. Prop.
60 N.E. 39th Street
CONCRETE PLACING CO., INC.
CONCRETE & MASONRY CONSTRUCTION
2216 N. W. Miami Court
Phone Vm
COLLINS GARAGE
MOTOR AND ELECTRICAL EXPERTS
FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WRECKS REBUILT
PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF ALL WORK
2 WRECKERS 24 HOURS DAY
S.W. 2nd Street and lit Court Pr.one 3-7M
AMERICAN VENDING COMPANY
Zeidman wen instaSed u pre tons t-:
dent and vice president of the B.....-'-
rv -T-2at Beth TL^ai last -_..........
announcerr.er.: by Mr .sp::
PHONE 58-1619
Sunda
tatt;* ;.. Pianist To Appear In U. oi
i M. All-Chopin Recital
iKfiflta* *
..-.? with the
.5

chanting of tie M^ rovu and .._. _"-V..,.:" nm ffs
gave the invocation Dr. David .<...>; -. with the Urive: it;
Andron chairnian of the evening v.;--. Svrr.pho! tra ] !
then introduced retiring Pre i- ,
\ Norman Kaplan, who in be- Umver ..... .- :-. :...
haJ of the outgoing officers ._.._ ... fcondav 7- 2
..... .. r
thanked the memoen of the c
gregatios for their cooper
Rabbi Rackovsky ad In thej-
retinng offi cen and expressed the
appreciation of the congregation
for their work Lr Andi n ther
WHLN YOU TAKE VITAMINS
!! Senior H.c
Smith & Virok
Service Station
GAS OILS LUBRICATION
PROMPT SERVICE
2522 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-8602
G. C. STEMBLER,
INC.
GENERAl INSURANCE
BONDS
226 Shoreland Arcade
Phone 3-5719
ACE VALET
SERVICE
DRY CLEANING
HAND LAUNDRY
TAILORING
Direct Plant Service
WE Pick Up and Deliver
237 11th Street
Phones 53 1431. 58-1432
810 5th Street
Miami Beaci
BARR AND BARR
PLUMBERS
61 E- 2nd Street
Hialeah
PHONE 88-2811
BAYVIEW RESTAURANT
REGULAR DINNERS SHORT ORDERS
SANDWICHES
HOME MADE PIES AND BISCUITS
217 N.E. 11th Street phon# 2'*
IpWYER'S metal shop
New Location: 1329 N. W. 74th St. Pone 7MH1
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
HANLAN PLUMBERS
PHONE 3-1611
729 S. W. 12th Avenue
Miami
AL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
AL'S
ON THE BEACH
1225 West 20th Street Miami Becb
JIMMIE BONNIE
SODA SHOP
578 West Flagler Street
KOHLER SERVICE STATION
ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC.
FORD PARTS SERVICE
CARS AND TRUCKS
1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711
Mianu
n*
t liinndiil A *tU **
3KgHESSsE
5510 West Flagler Street
Phone 48-9159
LA CANTINA RESTAURANT
ITALIAN AMERICAN CUISINE
7444 BUcayne Blvd. Phone 74$*
~t
ONEW DAY
MULIIPLI VITAMIN CAPSUIFS
PHONE 3-7667
CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD
LLOYD MOTORS
c%&385&$hgw '''Lzs
LEO WISHMAN
844 S. W. 8th Street .,,, _,
.....------ ,.-T.....-----,..______ Miami, Florida
SYKES-HAMLIN, INC.
EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC
"IF G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE IT-
ONE DAY RADIO SERVICE
0< V. E. 79th Street Phone 7^


I
)AY. JANUARY 14. 1949
+Je*l*t Fkrlrflnn
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
ngU OF OUR TIMES
Bt'RL LOCKER
PRODUCCD BV NQRMAN 4 SOL NOBEL
TtxT 6* IAUP.A G SHAUOH
Kvt LIAISON OFFICIAL BETWEEN Ttt
SWC Of ISMtl AMD THE JEWISH
COMMUNITIES ABROAD, CHAIRMAN OF THE
JEWISH AGUJCY EXECUTIVE IN JERUSALEM..
"foe***
HE &EGAH HIS ZIONIST ACTIVITIES WHILE STILL
A STUDENT, BECOMING EDITOR OF THE OFFICIAL
LABOR ZIONIST ORGAN IH AUSTRIA BEFORE
GRADUATING FROM THE UNIVERSITY Of
CZERNOWITZ LAW SCHOOL.
HE WAS (TORN IN GALICIA IN 1887, THE SON OF
ONE OF THE FIRST MODERN HEBREW
PEDAGOGUES IN THAT AREA.HIS GRANDFATHER
AND FATHER WERE ARDENT ZIONISTS.
,ING WORLD WAR I HE WAS IN THE UNITED
STATES TAKING AN ACTIVE ROLE IN THE LABOR
ZIONIST MOVEMENT. LATER HE WENT TO THE
HAGUE TO HEAD THE POAlE ZION OFFICES
THERE.
IN 1921 HE WAS NAMED SECRETARY OF
THE AMERICAN fOALE ZION ORGANIZATION
AND WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE GROWTH
I Of THE LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT IN TMtOSJ
THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER HE HAS
CONTRIBUTED f-ROLIFlCALLY TO NUMEROUS
PUBLICATIONS. HE IS THE AUTHOR OF
COVENANT fVERLA$TING*iOTHEA BOOKS.
ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE JEWISH AGENCY
EXECUTIVE IN JERUSALEM IN WJ.HL PlAYS A
VITAL ROLE IN THE DESTINIES OF ISRAEL AND OF
THE JEWISH PEOPIE......
HE WAS NAMED A if EMBER OF THE WORLD ZIONIST
EXECUTIVE IN I93I.IN 1936 HE TOOK UP PERMANENT
RESIDENCE IN TEL AVIV. HE LATER WAS NAMED
POLITICAL ADVISOR TO THE JEWISH AGENCY IN
LONWN.WHERE HE REMAINED WR AN EXTENDED PERIOD.
AVANT'S NURSERY
FLORIST SHOP
4475 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-7949
MOUSLEY SERVICE STATION
2351 Douglas Road
Phone 48-1257
YORK SIGN CO.
222 5th Street
Phone* 5-4463, 5-1076
Miami Beach
EXACO PALM SERVICE STATION
GARAGE WRECKER SERVICE
14401 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-3836. 48-5058
WILLINGHAM GROCERY
MEATS NOTIONS GROCERIES
1540 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 4-9270
Exams For Teachers To
Be Given Feb. 19 And 26
TALLAHASSEE National
teachers examinations for Florida
school teachers who want to raise
their teaching ranks and qualify
for higher pay will be held at five
Florida universities February 19
and 26.
Teachers passing the tests can
qualify for rank 5, 4, or 3 teach-
ing certificates without the usual
college training.
State School Supt. Thomas D.
Bailey said the examinations will
be held at Florida State Universi-
ty, University of Florida, Uni-
versity of Miami, University of
Tampa, and Florida A. & M. Col-
lege.
Deadline for applications to the
State Department of Education to
take the exams is January 17,
Bailey said.
Gables Center Clears
Ground For Building
Coral Gables Jewish Center has
cleared ground at its Palermo
Street building site and will begin
erection of the first building in a
three-unit plan, according to an
announcement by Sam Schule-
fand, chairman of the building
committee. Ground breaking will
be marked by a public service of
dedication to be held in the near
future.
ROSE-SAXON LUMBER CO.
"ROYAL SERVICE"
LUMBER MILL WORK
1050 N.W. 21st Street Miami
SUN-DIAL SLEEP PRODUCTS. INC.
MFGS. OF HOLLYWOOD BEDS
INNER SPRINGS BOX SPRINGS
RENOVATING
333 N. W- 22nd Lane Phone 82-2486
SEMINOLE MOTORS
USED CARS
964 West Flaqler Street
Phone 3-4131
NEW VENETIAN HOTEL
S. L. STANFILL MOTORS
USED CARS
2550 N. W. 27th Avenue
Phone 3-3871
230 31st Street
Miami Beach
SUPER HATCHERY
2211 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 78-1382
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
Miami
iMMlDIATfc StRVICE
k I ASONABU PRK IS
gUAIITT W.ORKMANSHSf
kNGINE OVERHAUL
BRAKE SERVICE
MOTOR TUNEUr-
ft
LUBRICATION
ft
FR0NI END ALIGNMENT
FAINTING SEAT COVFRo
NEW and RECONDITICNEG
MOTORS
4
fORIDAS MO'.T MODERN FACIUTIEJ
.;th
'NEW POMWAk iPO.PMEN
and
KNOW HOW MECHANICAi STAff
unOFT flAN IE TEMPED
SAM MURRAY
l17 IISCATNE BOUIEVAET
PHONE 9 4761
TRUCK DIVISION ~
si N E 27IH STREET
fMONE 9 ?S4
hum omvl MEIll .-* cMl.l
PACKARD
AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE
"ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE"
PACKARD MIAMI CO.
1700 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 82-5512
PAULS SERVICE STATION
"YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED"
2800 Coral Way 4-9284
MILLER SERVICE STATION
JOHN P. LASKIS
3101 Coral Way
Phone 4-9238
V
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
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Triton Hotel Dining R^
On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St
Fuil Camrme Dinner
Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin F,y
Music____________________Phont S-t5i
Blue Ribbon Laundry, y
LAUNDRY k CLEANERS
i4cj w.w. 7th court Miami, p 3i_
PHONES: S-07M MVM
FREE PICKUP It DELIVERY SERl
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DAMP WASH SEP ;E
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W*rtr.c Apparel delivers :- --.eeu.*
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a;; Wearing Apparel thoro.*: v
piece* Ironed, including hand.
SEMI.DRY SER. CI
A!l Laundry baautifuHy ii:.- la ithlr: bed spread* ar.; 77
hadad.
e BUDGET SERVICE
Everything beautifully vaake I |
itarcfced when neceaaary ;n.;..: -,. .'-.j
priced by the pound.
Ex--r.:.-.:.-. 7 a Tonfe (Croll a- Um Hebrew U.-.:or.
CoUeve-Jewiefe :.-u'.:--.e si Religion la Ciadaaati
are fire Protestant nlaaaten who hare been award-
ed fellowship* fo: grai-sie rtudy a: '.he atBUaary
during tie surreal year. They are shewn with
Rabbi A. S-anle7 Drerf-s centet coaaeelef of tie
Chrisrli.-, Fellowship Program, and tie Rev. Paul
Kohler extreme last of Lcuisrille, Ky.. who has
ccrr.ple'ed his req-_re.~er.ts for a doctorate .r. He-
brew Studies a the Cincinnati seminary. Shown
are L to r. i Mr. KobJer, Rev. Lawrence C. Hay of
MaysrUla. Ky.. Rev. C Robert A very, Jr.. of Hart-
ford. Rabbi Dreyfus. Rer. Emm:tt R. Harrall of
BrocksTille. Ky.. Rer. Charles W. Eaughman of
Arkadelphia, Ark., and Rer. W. Gus Van Beck of
Tuba. Okla. The seminary's Christian Fellowship
Program the first of this type to be established by
an American Jewish seminary, was made possible
bv :.-.e Louis J. ar.d Mary E. Horowiti Foundation
Fund of New York and the American Jewish
Committee. It is designed to help Christian clergy-
men prepare themselyes to teach Bible and Semitic
languages, and to gire them a clear and accurate
understanding of Judaism.
Ford Congratulates
Volunteers In Dade
Community Chest Drive
Voluntc rice: ir. the
Cornn*.unity Z t con-
duct* ".
by Henry Ford II nati
.-. r airman I taiiung the
tributiona and for then
to urn -. p
drive :: inci i tr total, R
Warner Ring
the drive announ
Mr Ford's lated Con-
gratulation! v. u ai
work* rs ir 1
incr< r last yea
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more than half rr.....sn dollar
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I indertake a tup ..
can paign in Januarj tc .;.
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Regulations For
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klDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949 v.Jenlsti tier Mian PAGE NINE loria Farkas Wed Sidney Guberniek Before her marriage December fat Temple Beth Sholom. "Mrs. |ney Guberniek was Miss pria Farkas, daughter of Mr. Mis. Abraham Farkas. 1680 st Ave., Miami Beach. Her kband is the son of Mr. and rs. Samuel Guberniek, 1242 S.W. .. it Jor the ceremony the bride hre an ice blue satin gown with [matching nylon fingertip veil |d carried a white bible showid with white orchids, .liss Eva Rosner was maid of nor with Miss Norma Thalblum, usin of the bride. Miss Bette an Brown and Miss Josephine iner as bridesmaids. Francine ay was junior bridesmaid and feona La Pato was train bearer. IMurray Goodman served as pst man. Ushers were Herbert eb. cousin of the bride, Al Kapn and Jack Neimark. Harvey halblum, cousin of the bride, as junior usher. [ The former Miss Farkas attendthe University of Miami. Her _*band is now attending the Iniversity of Miami Law School. couple Celebrates lolden Wedding Invitations engraved 1899-1949 irere issued this week for a dinner karty at the Shelborne Hotel held Sunday in honor of the 50th redding anniversary of Mr. and Irs. Nathan J. Berkowitz, of 1201 Jormandy Drive. Hosts at the linr.er were Mr. and Mrs. Milton >benstein of New York City. Irs. Lebenstein is one of the ?rkowitz' daughters. In the family group were Mrs. 5am Blum, another daughter. ;ith Mr. Blum of Maplewood, N. '., and a son, Jerome Berke, of Vestfield, N. J. Grandchildren vho attended were Charles ^ebenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel, Mrs. I. Isikow, Miss Mary Davis, Henry Lapkin and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schoenbaum. Also attending were Miami teach guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Morris •Yiedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip loisch, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam .t'vy, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Langel. Ir. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz, Mr. ind Mrs. Ernest Haas, Mrs. R. /iener, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey 3 erell; Mr. and Mrs. Herman S. irown of Pittsfield, Mass., and liami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. Matt Meehan, Miami. Other guests were Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Cassel, Coral Gables, Mr. land Mrs. Herbert Segal, MapleIwood, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Sam [Schwartz, Plainfield, N. J., and [Mrs. I. Schrieber, Metuchen, N. J. Mrs. Deutsch Entertains Visiting Sister-in-Law Miss Beatrice Deutsch of New York City was the luncheon-guest this week at the Sovereign Hotel of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Maurice Deutsch of Coral Gables. Mr. Deutsch is a consulting and architectural engineer. In New York the visiting Miss Deutsch is credit manager of Hardman Peck Piano Co. Her sister is Lorraine Lester, musical comedy producer of such shows as "Sleepy Hollow" and the new "Careless Love." Miss Deutsch has been visiting here for two weeks. New York Pianist To Give Recitals Here Miss Henriette Michelson, New York pianist, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Marie Volpe, will give three concerts under University of Miami auspices during her stay. The first of these will be a sonata recital with Jean Bedetti, violincellist on the university music faculty, to be presented in Hollywood January 25. The same program will be repeated for the second concert on January 27 at the Beaumont Memorial Lecture hall, and Miss Michelson's third appearance will be in an all-Beethoven program on February 8. Mme. Rothenberg to Give Recital At Miami Y Mme. Anna Shomer Rothenberg will appear in a recital of Jewish folklore in songs and stories Sunday moat b o'clock at the Miami Y, Ben Essen, chairman of the adult activities committee, announces. Included in Mme. Rothenberg's program will be sketches dealing with school days, marriage and marriage brokers, weddings andd bards in Eastern Europe, as well as the Passover celebration and holiday celebrations in Palestine. Miss Anyuta Melicov will accompany Mme. Rothenberg. 1 Mrs. Volpe To Be Honor Guest At Gables Center Oneg Shabbat Tonight Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra and Recital Series, will be the guest of honor and bless the Sabbath candles at the Oneg Shabbat following regular services of the Coral Gables Jewish Center tonight at 8 o'clock in Pratt Veterans Hospital. Mrs. Volpe will lead a discussion tor the patients and congregation members after the service. An Oneg Shabbat hay ride has been scheduled for tomorrow afternoon at 1:45 for children of the area. Featured will be group games, Israeli folk dancing, the S'udah (Sabbath meal), Sabbath story and song and the Havdalah. All young people are invited. There is no charge. 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PAGE EIGHT +MiifFkrtitor FRIDAY, JANUARY U. 19v Ruth Jo Hantman Is Pledged To L Gi ss • • • Is Personally Speakinq Mi sad Mn Qw I J 3 ^ < the Z-TSL '.'. sen ~r. ii^i. > %  • -• C= I .•:--. .:.r -* • %  iM. Ft Id man To Wed L S. Levensoo %  • .**. rormer ressdec' :: Pitaburgh •• %  Miae Dorothy Lighonca -3 ;^:.:----"7 -%  %  ,,.._; _._ • %  ; "_=.-.'/— '/-: Theodore I-' %  %  '•"" -'' engage %  %  • %  %  • %  ;;i_:~7.~-.\--v~ "'-'-/.... jo •. • %  P •%  %  • David VLss .-•: %  .%  %  %  :• H Dt and Mrs feck H. Roarer of Lote C:7 .-.cr.aa announce he birth of 3 wo Stephen LCUJ Mrs P.ssne: is '-he forme: and •' / S --"-v!-'r. y _. Mr and Mrs BB onur Annel hove |ur :*-~~ --" • extended northern trip and ore sew :ri.:.:.y ..-. /.v.; sew seme • -. st I6C5 Leocz Are Micm: Beccr nati %  %  •* g %  ; r 'j -•. f ._ „ .-;.--->" V ---;--= St So date parenta me Rev ana Mrs Miami Beech Samet, Kalmonson Vows Michael Lee zzi Alien are soendinc several • %  %  sei >/., %  ^\'-_--.;5cl Lenoi Ave Exchanged At Delano Hvman V Hecht ws si the P.ev .. 1 ~ C — C 12? Waahingtoo Ave Miami Beech has returned to his stud.es -_s r/r-.: 3 decree Mr Keen' .i ~v-.v^ :: tne University Mn -.. v ~ N C v. %  • -. /:.. •* %  Ks it the D Mr and Mrs Lou Stem announce the birth of ~ baby boy lar.c H !.ar. tr fenueffy 6 al & Frcxrj Hospito: Ra: A Zv •--;" *"••* fic:a! .-.--. B have "3 v.e^ souseaueeta Mrs Fosesh : ~x crcd wn Marshall ... f Arungtoo /a Mrs. Flax here to emend tie wedding of her L'mveT .':.•-• brothei ...•..-. Shapiro took graduate at Phoei %  %  %  A:• -N v .-.< Mr and Mrs Ccri I Roeer 2020 S.W 24th St announce rhe -.. • the t^.'r. c: s^-, Lawrence Michael bore Z : J-.~:r.:.~: 1~ -^ ':-..< '•'• %  %  %  sou Memorial Hospital ed the served four u a Ka ,, ,, ,. .-... ... ^ pi] Mi and Mrs Sw Seiditco 412C ^ .'. 60th Ci announce fo:iow:ng a s tnp lacsaon Memorial Hoeprtci Am : Mce 7 t of Mi ; Anna %  %  S Miami an' by her parent] Mr and M %  Samuel FeJ ta ir •" • C %  • Miss Feldrr •...• of '-I Illir I -• a rr.-vrr. -' the Ph: • Mr Lever a i n r Mr and Mn S C •' '.' %  ; • ir Way MiI Miami Sei ; Harvard La-*School.' He is now Feldman firm of Robmeau. Bui: Levosm and Van Devere. Y:.e wedding will t -.ke place February 15 in Chicago. The couple will reside :r. '•' Youth League To Meet The Young Folks League of Temple Isaiah will elect :-:r^aner.t officers at its meetire r. Sunday ai o p.m. The league was organized in November. 15-48, as a social, cultural and philanthropic group for young me:, and women. % urdines %  •* Harriet Lee Ada %  '-.-::. daughter of '.e: Mrs M lOugman ^: Savannah G'. attended the affaii Y({ W" ti'c("%  % %  Specially tailored pJ for a man's sleeping and lounging comfort MUNSINGWEAR PAJAMAS TWO PIECE SKI PAJAMAS a: f : mug-fitting for a< • warmth on coo] night Soft knitted • tt .. in •. % %  colors • if 1 ^ %  '"'•'' %  %  • W -•• Sizes A. B. c and D in the gr Ph : $3.98 TWO-PIR E LOUNGE PAJAMAS have/triped tops and sol:d color trousers of knitted cotton jersey. Navy tan, green grown and bamboo. Sizes A. B, C and D in the group Pa •••• • $5 BlireilM'a, Miami. Mn-, Furniihing,, s trte t Tlsor Women Plan Affairs For 1949 Combined Appeal DAVIO J. SEITLIN. D.D.S. ANKOUNCCI --C BEMQVAL OF HIS art cz TQ 412 S50*M*M BUiLDiNO M AMI, FLORIDA == SE 9-352B M -•.: ra E<::asTi ANO OXAL Suaac*' iE f j5iaiiu n £Sin A •• ting %  MMSSUNOAvl o = E-. • I • %  tHl "ll j'y_ IN It 0 J HIS POOM 1141 Woshinqton Av, Miami leodi NOW AIR CONDITIONED Full Course Dinner* from $U5 Special DeUcalewen Platten Sandwiches Luncheon Kishka Knishes Strudel Kosher Buffet Tray Serrict To Your Home We Retail Delicatessen PLAZA S. End Washington Are. MIAMI BEACH Continuous 1:45 *o 11:30 P.M. Greater Miami's Greatest ENTERTAINMENT TODAY thru SUN. All Star-All Yiddish Staae Screen Show fT./C IRVING GROSSMAND St J| AUL DIANA GOLDBERG and Musical Comedy S tars Lasax Freed—Chiam Tauber Isidor Casher— 8t Yetta Zwarling In "JEWISH MELODY" WEEK AFTER WEEK. THE BIG YIDDISH PLAY THE PLAZA SCREEN liswujg*?



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MDAY. JANUARY 14, 1949 ylsF i \. ** lebrew Academy To Receive Scroll of [orah; Father's Club to Breakfast; PTA To Sponsor Library Tea; League to Meet Representatives from all the congregations and Jewish comunal organizations of Greater Miami are expected to attend ie presentation of the scroll of the Torah to the Hebrew Acaemv Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of leth Jacob Congregation will deliver the address of the evening ,nd Cantor Maurice Mamches of ficers ^ ^ enguing yeaf wffl Jeth David will present a musical program. Harris Selig, executive director nf the United Yeshivos Foundation, will make a special trip from New York City for the occasion. The scroll is being presented to Jthe school to signalize the progress of one of the classes of the %  academy which has undertaken Ithe study of the bible from its %  original source together with comImentaries after only one and one|half years of previous study. The public is invited to attend Ithe celebration. Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. Ithe first general meeting of the fathers of the pupils of the Hebrew Academy will be held in the form of a breakfast at Raphael's Restaurant, 746 WashingI ton Ave. This breakfast meeting will enable the fathers of the school to meet with each other and forn ulate a program of •be held at this meeting. A musical program has been prepared and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. which will develop a closer relationship amongst the membership. Harris Selig will address the meeting. Arrangements have been completed for the library tea which is being sponsored by the Parents and Teachers Association of the Hebrew Academy at the home of Mrs. Alfred Stone Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. it was announced by Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman and Mrs. Bertha Makovsky, chairmen of the project. Miss B. A. Alrich, founder and head librarian of the Miami Beach Public Library will be the speaker of the afternoon. Miss Aldrich is a founder of the Historical Society of Southern Florida, Florida counselor to the American Library Association and has served twice as its president. She studied at the University of Kansas and at the University of Wisconsin and is the author of "Florida Seashells." Mrs. Max-Shapiro will deliver the invocation. The musical program will feature Martha Reading, musician. Refreshments will be served. Mothers who have their pupils at the academy are invited to be present. Admission is a suitable book to be placed in the school library or the price of a book. The committee arrangement includes the Mesdames Bertha Makovsky, Ben Zion Ginsberg. Jack Burris, Irving Frankel and Belle Lehrman. A meeting of the Ladies' League of the Hebrew Academy will be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, at the academy building, Jefferson Ave. and 6th St., Miami Beach. Plans for the evening include a package party with several novelty features. Proceeds of the affair will go towards the maintenance of extra curricular activities of the school. Nomination and election of ofBalk i ii To Speak To Gables Women Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida Regional director, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will headline an interfaith program sponsored by the Coral Gables' Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Feature of the evening will be a preview showing of the new "Sing a Song of Friendship," sound film by the popular composer, Irving Caesar. Mis. Nathan Bloom, president, will introduce Mr. Balkin who will describe the effect of the friendship songs upon school children in promoting good will and activities understanding. Beth David Sisterhood To Meet Wednesday A meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Talmud Torah, Mrs. Alex Stiebel, president, has announced. A short business meeting to be presided over by Mrs. Stiebel will be fololwed by a social hour. Cards and mah jong will be played and refreshments will be served. Mrs. William Danziger is in charge of airangements. The sisterhood is making plans COU ntry for a game party to be held January 30, at 8:30 p.m. in the Talmud Torah. Miss Jeanne Stiebel is general chairman of the evening. Newsbriefs The Wolfson-Meyer Theater Enterprises, Inc. is now in control of the stock in television station WVTJ following a ruling by the Federal Communications commission on January 6. The station plans to be on the air by the end of this month. Rabbi Aaron H. Lefkowitz Ilabbi Lefkowitz Will Speak At Gables Forum Rabbi Aaron H. Lefkowitz of Long Branch, N. J., who recently returned from a tour of European DP installation and of Israel will be guest speaker at a Coral Gables Jewish Center forum for patients and the public at Pratt Veterans Hospital Monday at 8 p.m. Rabbi Lefkowitz, who traveled as an official representative of UJA, conferred with Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, Pope Pius | XII, Chief Rabbi Herzog of Israel, the American ambassadors and grand rabbis of France and Italy during his tour. In the course of his trip, Rabbi Lefkowitz visited DP camps in Bavaria, participated in memoral services at Lechfield and Dachau, and sat in as an observer at the Nuremberg trials. He met with leaders of the Haganah in Israel, as well as with top political and diplomatic figures in the Israeli government, in addition to BenGurion. A professor of comparative religion and biblical literature at the Highland Manor Junior College, Rabbi Lefkowitz will discuss problems of Jewry in this and abroad. The public i invited to this forum, which constitutes the monthly open meeting of the Center. Center President Sam Silver has announced that there will be no admission fee. Refreshments will be served. Beth Tfilah Women To Install Officers Installation of officers of the Congregation Beth Tfilah Sisterhood is slated for Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, will in. stall the officers, who include: Mrs. Sonia Shapiro, president; Mrs. Irene Samuels, first vice president; Mrs. Yetta Trask, second vice president; Mrs. Morris Cohen, third vice president; Mrs. Anna Silverman, fourth vice president; Mrs. B. Jacobson, treasurer; Mrs. Lena Kramer; recording secretary, Mrs. Louis Luftig, financial secretary. Newly elected trustees are: Mrs. Rachel Katz, Mrs. Rose Schneider and Mrs. Hyman Zeidman. The hospitality committee consists of: Mrs. Louis Moro, chairman, Mrs. Rose Kaplan and Mrs. Sally Steckel. Members of the sunshine committee are Mrs. Rachel Katz and Mrs. Ida Diamond. Directors include: the Mesdames Rose Kaplan, Jennie Hill, Mollie Sobel, F. Haskin, F. Meltzer, Ida Diamond, P. Gratz, J. Dolgin, S. Goldberg, P. De Koven, B. Cohen, Betty Pekula, Mary Taub, L. Shulman, Eva Friedman, F. Hoffman, Ida Widelitz, Anna Bergman, Joseph Levitt, Bessie Benjamin, Anna Dyner, Dora Katz, A. Marlow and the Rebetzin Sarah Bass. A special program has been arranged to follow the installation and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. "! Mow Undtf ANOHOM BB0"" HOTEL and Luxury Apartments ON OCBAH fmONI AT A lit STRUT mm oti Beaat Tahiti Cocktail Lounge Dining Terract Every modern conceivable facility • and, of coarse, the noted AHOROH service. Reservations invited "For Travel Sophisticates" Leisure Cruise to Rio He Janeiro Aboard the World-Famous M/S STELLA POLARIS 47 DAYS-SAILING FROM NEW ORLEANS-FEB. 7th VWtlnO Havana. 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There nerer iai :i 7 re.c3.rr. %  why the outstanding icier._• the orec mer and women should not be ercred ;:z_v and BeVe_ rucht dub owners have br :re: ibrf wfl J-liow suit in hnr-rur; _ther Segrc rrrs rere The ?.rzr 7recTre s pceaentahon of ":" tthsh TaaderiQe on rrr r_ll-"ew_sh Lira-stage sh:w -3 met *s-rprus—rly rood response s_r_re M |* ;;;•_;umanl weeks ago. :rr— -.r e.v the mrrririgernen: has "rep•__* perkxmen OB r r_rr level and atlendanre ^j hi _r._.:re5 vhr tie Y.dd-sh-spw cV. ng rrrrrr. _r_-y .:;__rrr.-.r. rr.d locks :orwc_rd to -leer Y.risa e.rr.r_r.er.March Of Dime* — : _T U" >urr "~." -r r~ ^.' __e _c__it___j _•. n:_-_-7 the youngswn here ~ ** elsewhere litr 6 Rand ** — '-cerr she r mere: i 1:7:: pohc r_se-r_. because :: :;_r\_ ..:r_s _-. the past Ftmdl :e:-.-.---_:.-..::. tc tie Maid] :: DiSkM .4: V.'es: I nanimou* r_ ::rrr_xed Hebrew Schools and ecu: • :-•: — e rrw atr_a*&d with the Bureau r: Ecacahon. V.'.-_i j ennounoement tie r_lrr_r.rres several years oi intensive %  :: -_ e -.e _r.rr_rr.rus rc___unity suppcrt. 7r= Bureas rcrrrnplisimenti are __ c—eM erhoM v_.ue are measured in tie r e >*_r DOBanruzury todcy, toaiorrr _r the vc-rrs rheri. DiiaD r-rrr_r.rxr_c_ will enable tie :-. achiwre :rr.r progress in its ender :":-— ,7* end "thus establish and eiev: e__d_:is r: e duca0_ craong the Jewis: -r:rrl ew-ji r %  %  r;r to rrrurl* r^rress %  rri %  %  rrrs to : CQBF "Aida" To Open Miami Opera Guild's Eighth Season Tomorrow Night Beech B'noi B'rith To Mark Hiilel Birthday :: :ur= „ on ? 1= ,dt --.... tr.=:-': -fci • ; : %  %  : %  : %  %  ; .... -_r ." 'J'J \ ^^--E*-hj .•" v d .. r;v: of the --v-- •. receive _nder pr^v. be Boss j ane 3 -ir 1 r_i Vmversity jj v the j-v,.. ..--... .... .. ,.. iM •* -. be ri a „.,_ „ Petroffwhc, • ; ^-ser^-.-.,.: College Tro. Petrolf appeared bn last U is on sale ai Iscel esai 'weiMh^ 1 "* '"' "" Alec Templeton To Appear In Concert For Cancer Fund Alec Teccpeetan iistinguithed r. —r„5t ar. r coot poser wru ot ia a coDcert for tl 5t of the "ale Cotmty Cancer Lostituti I be beld laottday J^nary SI, at I M pas at th HUE pal A • -.-Bzacajme Blvd i: ::St Templet c born in :*rd_S _ti W*_ becaa t %  —:it :• %  ;f four k-z made his; -:.. debut ye^r at ;'• Idler. ert to ; rdifl : '•' %  "%  -; %  %  .. ii*. tinju shed -imse_ as pianist arx: -oral wnductor Ey fifteen the '.:..-irirtuoao wai wet] 00 the ;£rtroad t rr._?.:_ e—.' • -= r %  C-?-.e5t.-= _r.de; • -. oi Herbert Ware -vrted the Lad U perform E '• %  -. ; Emper r Cor en 11 one rti ooncerti Hv lean *rto la four dayi u perfonnanea ca-^ off with the e^s* ar.d dash of i veterar. -%  -e young rr.usictan ttter the P.cy_i Academy of M London, artd liter the Rors] Col-'He -J=:ei u: crtrton. acconqkanist for Darr^ -Neuvs Me.'ra and other r.otable BW* won the Soya] College %  h:p for P1 ar -pesition and carried off first %  -" Dairy z xpre e was twerty Alec Pjeton, n-.-.sKal position was ^ He was in demand as l-.V" soloist ^made extensive tours of Bog^-Holland ad Ger., %  •". A-nerica in the earlv -:>:."; %  '" "-^rad.o • -en _nH V he T m Plon conS MS^ d tis Beach Y Announces Additiong To ProaTa_n The y..i-.: Beech TM-YWHA, ^t_-. :ts progrsm :.-.-.: rraa lin Evelyn Walterrr.-r. '• %  %  incea the sdd-Uon of a photopaphy club, a choral grouf aa art class, a folk danc^tg r**P< a Golren Age Club and i 1 she .-. to :ts currer-t prc^r The photography cl_: •_* darkroom facihues, gets under way Monday night at E lr it the V _r.der the direction of E AJ_e_ Becker. The choral group. *h. baU :ts initial meeting recently n*ea_ every Thursday at 8 30 F" ^ e proap a supervised by Hy Fr.ed A Y-sponsored art class ineett every Tuesday nigh: at 8 %  •* under the direction of Le Birchansky at Templ Beth ~ This activity is open on.;. Ifl Y members. Meetings of the folk dandag group are held every other Sun-t 7 30 p.m. The next session %  %  '.'. take place January 23 at the Y > Unit* FkrH&r *u_llhe_ tvtry Frl.ay ••"C •• W Th Jewiah Ftorieian l 'Si *• 6 S *l* SfMt. Miami ia Ftorta: €•• '*~*e a* HCO^C'IH matteJ"'/ *• %  at th POM Off lea of '' ""• >-. un_r tha Act • March *• '• 7 : Th Ja-iah *>tori_Uii haa aeaoHjaJ •• .-, % Unity ana MM J•'^• ,, MM), Mimbtr af tha J*w *• TaHK in.c Agaai cy Savan Art* Fn^f n-icata. wori_wi_a Newa Sfv^ef. Nattwai Ca.tartal AaMcUt •. m T; •*— e c lat*— af enfiar...'*"'•* ntwaMtam. riart_a Pfin Aoa^latlafc S-BSCRIPTION HATES OIM V aa r S SO} T__ Vaara FRED t SHCX.HET C.itOf MM) HubllaKar T.Uphotsea 2-1141-2-8212 OFFICE and PLAlfT 0 N. E Sixth Stnaet Volume 22 Number 2 FRIDAY. JANUARY 14, 1W9 TEVETH 570i



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I )AY. JANUARY 14. 1949 +Je*l*t Fkrlrflnn PAGE TWENTY-THREE ngU OF OUR TIMES Bt'RL LOCKER PRODUCCD BV NQRMAN 4 SOL NOBEL TtxT 6* IAUP.A G SHAUOH Kvt LIAISON OFFICIAL BETWEEN Ttt SWC Of ISMtl AMD THE JEWISH COMMUNITIES ABROAD, CHAIRMAN OF THE JEWISH AGUJCY EXECUTIVE IN JERUSALEM.. "foe*** HE &EGAH HIS ZIONIST ACTIVITIES WHILE STILL A STUDENT, BECOMING EDITOR OF THE OFFICIAL LABOR ZIONIST ORGAN IH AUSTRIA BEFORE GRADUATING FROM THE UNIVERSITY Of CZERNOWITZ LAW SCHOOL. HE WAS (TORN IN GALICIA IN 1887, THE SON OF ONE OF THE FIRST MODERN HEBREW PEDAGOGUES IN THAT AREA.HIS GRANDFATHER AND FATHER WERE ARDENT ZIONISTS. ,ING WORLD WAR I HE WAS IN THE UNITED STATES TAKING AN ACTIVE ROLE IN THE LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT. LATER HE WENT TO THE HAGUE TO HEAD THE POAlE ZION OFFICES THERE. IN 1921 HE WAS NAMED SECRETARY OF THE AMERICAN fOALE ZION ORGANIZATION AND WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE GROWTH I Of THE LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT IN TMtOSJ THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER HE HAS CONTRIBUTED f-ROLIFlCALLY TO NUMEROUS PUBLICATIONS. HE IS THE AUTHOR OF •COVENANT fVERLA$TING*iOTHEA BOOKS. ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE JEWISH AGENCY EXECUTIVE IN JERUSALEM IN WJ.HL PlAYS A VITAL ROLE IN THE DESTINIES OF ISRAEL AND OF THE JEWISH PEOPIE HE WAS NAMED A if EMBER OF THE WORLD ZIONIST EXECUTIVE IN I93I.IN 1936 HE TOOK UP PERMANENT RESIDENCE IN TEL AVIV. HE LATER WAS NAMED POLITICAL ADVISOR TO THE JEWISH AGENCY IN LONWN.WHERE HE REMAINED WR AN EXTENDED PERIOD. AVANT'S NURSERY FLORIST SHOP 4475 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-7949 MOUSLEY SERVICE STATION 2351 Douglas Road Phone 48-1257 YORK SIGN CO. 222 5th Street Phone* 5-4463, 5-1076 Miami Beach EXACO PALM SERVICE STATION GARAGE WRECKER SERVICE 14401 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-3836. 48-5058 WILLINGHAM GROCERY MEATS — NOTIONS — GROCERIES 1540 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-9270 Exams For Teachers To Be Given Feb. 19 And 26 TALLAHASSEE — National teachers examinations for Florida school teachers who want to raise their teaching ranks and qualify for higher pay will be held at five Florida universities February 19 and 26. Teachers passing the tests can qualify for rank 5, 4, or 3 teaching certificates without the usual college training. State School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey said the examinations will be held at Florida State University, University of Florida, University of Miami, University of Tampa, and Florida A. & M. College. Deadline for applications to the State Department of Education to take the exams is January 17, Bailey said. Gables Center Clears Ground For Building Coral Gables Jewish Center has cleared ground at its Palermo Street building site and will begin erection of the first building in a three-unit plan, according to an announcement by Sam Schulefand, chairman of the building committee. Ground breaking will be marked by a public service of dedication to be held in the near future. ROSE-SAXON LUMBER CO. "ROYAL SERVICE" LUMBER MILL WORK 1050 N.W. 21st Street Miami SUN-DIAL SLEEP PRODUCTS. INC. MFGS. OF HOLLYWOOD BEDS INNER SPRINGS — BOX SPRINGS RENOVATING 333 N. W22nd Lane Phone 82-2486 SEMINOLE MOTORS USED CARS 964 West Flaqler Street Phone 3-4131 NEW VENETIAN HOTEL S. L. STANFILL MOTORS USED CARS 2550 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 3-3871 230 31st Street Miami Beach SUPER HATCHERY 2211 N.W. 79th Street Phone 78-1382 GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami iMMlDIATfc StRVICE k I ASONABU PRK IS gUAIITT W.ORKMANSHSf kNGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNEUrft LUBRICATION ft FR0NI END ALIGNMENT FAINTING SEAT COVFRo NEW and RECONDITICNEG MOTORS 4 fORIDAS MO'.T MODERN FACIUTIEJ .;th 'NEW POMWAk iPO.PMEN and KNOW HOW MECHANICAi STAff %  unOFT flAN IE TEMPED SAM MURRAY l17 IISCATNE BOUIEVAET PHONE 9 4761 TRUCK DIVISION ~ si N E 27IH STREET fMONE 9 ?S4 HUM omvl MEIll .-* cMl.l PACKARD AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE "ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE" PACKARD MIAMI CO. 1700 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 82-5512 PAULS SERVICE STATION "YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED" 2800 Coral Way 4-9284 MILLER SERVICE STATION JOHN P. LASKIS 3101 Coral Way Phone 4-9238 V FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY



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£* — — "~ = === T = r = L4 Tamara To Hold I FBIDAY, IANUARY lj lock at the :er*a | spon-i ocean Dr. and ::-. S: y^ W.Anonri.wiom !" ..-—S SSJSW Membership Drive, to Speak at Luncheon — !::t ^ V._ Here: The Rabbi. Officers and Mtrnbm ot the Conqre^ation of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation \V:ii •'express their sympathy to the iamily of the la, MORRIS KOTUN His lose will be deeply leh by all I ^0 viv "" T^ rpr -ry •-• s~~ Rdbfai feMph t iadwe*T ; _s >• ... :i.AT.! I I I I GORDON BOOFWG A*E SHUT METAL *"C?-Z£ -.7^ ...*. -.-.— i • %  %  •••• .... • •*•--' ess „_-...£ >*C : ; ... : %  I MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Pixone W720 KORGTWASHINGTOH HOTEL r : DINING ROOM r-P..-,• -.-• P*:-e 5-SS %• /.-B'.cn Avt M !" %  Beat* CATKR *G TeVAKT ES AND BASQUE'S ftOLAS WATEB IEBT1CE REPAIRS AJTC B O VS TE R S ) 3 COLEMJUI Miami :-: B'rUb "_-, r e= To Initiate New Member* *.r. Lauderdal* %  %  FETES & BMEWSTHW Rexdbu Phone 5-7668 3 9 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS %  t ., s -i -.' E.:-*-:* B. s-B Csn.tr-et.on eH i B: k LEO EISENSTEIN W L nm Vat LUBY QUALITY Miami Y 7 c C:r-r.ize New Women = Group i % %  • A -• %  • .. %  E ..-.--I. 180: CEJWIN CAMPS PORT JERVIS. N. Y. • %  A. P. Scr.coman. Director c /. sva \~ % %  • c% %  %  %  -%  .-.: % %  '-:...:%  .' %  %  %  %  % % %  % %  • %  •-••••**-Weiss Elected To North Shore Bank Board : • w :: Beach atDade I : ...... ted to ti r %  %  I the North !.! shore Bank l nr.ual i ; Z-' A ." B-ds mg tockholden '.'. r..I Re-elected to 1 :.• :. : :. .--. Baez A %  % % % %  ':J i i Jr.. Sam R B k ':%  } %  jBroad. J Clau %  I W ; i .. Helyri Kennedy. Rol Martin, B Hirsch Meyer Albert Pick r i k ^ ^ FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furnitur* Tops. BeTeled Mirrors and ResilTering Our SpeasltT L&G. Glass and Mirror Work§ 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3^34 MORRIS ORLIS LOUIS GERBER w'j IK Miss Warm Springs ASE ABOUT OUR SPECIALS THE PATIO BEAUTY SALON 223 Almeria Ave. Coral Gables ANNA UNICK Phone 43-6355 HEART OF SHENANDOAH 3-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE Completely Furnished Bungalow in Rear Rented for S850 Yearly Immediate Possession of Front House Total Price $15,900— $7,000 Cash Call HARRY SHUT RAY ZIECLER R*g. Real Estate Broker 1208 N.W. 2nd St 3-3713 Joan Kahn. 18. of ETansTille. Ind.. has gone to the G,m. Warm Spring. Foundation for orthopedic polio treatment onfou, separate occasions. Her charm and courage so impressed 1949 .V.,1 March of Dimes chairmen riiiting the famed treatment Mat! .ul, they informally dubbed her Mist Warm Springs ^^ This message made possible by GUARANTY TITLE & THE MIAMI BEACHJTIRS T ABSTRACT COMPANY NATIONAL BANK 50 West Flagler Street Miami 16S1 Alton Road. Miami v~ RACT COMPANY NATIONAL BAHaj Flagler Street Miami 1651 Alton Road. Miami ^E-U-DRTVE. INC BABNES CAST STONESH 5th Street Miami Beach 262 NX. S4ih Street w



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IIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1949 I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFK Anyone who opens the books of Genesis and Exodus tan iead the greatest epic in any language. The vast Jrama begins with the coming of Joseph into Egypt as a lave. It progresses with his rise to the highest position n the land, next to Pharaoh himself. The Patriarch Jacob and his eleven sons arrive at the invitation of Joseph, now the viceroy. The children of Israel are Subsequently enslaved by a new dynastry. The towering figure of Moses makes Mt. Horeb look like a pedestal is he engages in a sublime argument with the Deity. He demands of Pharaoh the liberation of his people. The ten plagues follow in rapid succession. The Red Sea divides. Moses with the Israelites reach the opposite ihoreat the same time the pursuing Egyptian host is Irowned. A noble Song of Triumph follows. The Deity descends on the flaming Sinai. Amidst fire and smoke, thunder and lightning, Jehovah gives the Ten Comjnandments to all mankind. If there is poetry with more [grandeur in any literature, I would like to read it. Ancient Egypi Egypt lingers in the mind of mankind by reason of [this Jewish saga. The Negro slaves in the Southern [plantations had never heard about pyramids, obelisks, sphinxes, mummies, or the Temple of Karnak. It was [the mighty appeal of the BiblicaJ story that inspired the [moving Negro spiritual Way down in Egypt Land. The man on the street cannot decipher hieroglyphics. Nor does his interest lie in the research of archaeologists. His memory of old Egypt is kept eternally green be%  cause 3 000 years ago the children of Israel dwelt on the banks of the Nile. One might think the Egyptians of today would feel a romantic pride in this inclusion of their forgotten ancestors into the Book of Books. Their gratitude to Jews should be boundless. But what actually is the payoff? Two years ago Egypt was visited by the cholera, the kind that used to vjenisti fk>rid/an The Egyptians PAGE NINETY I scourge them in the old days. Its entire population was in danger of infection. Yet not a single case appeared in neighboring Palestine. The Hebrew university and the Hadassah hospital offered to rush their doctors, thennurses, and their serum, free of all cost. But the fanaticrulers of benighted Egypt refused to accept aid from Jews. Better let their miserable victims die and the plague spread throughout the land. Yet in the days of Moses, their ancestors reached the zenith the civilization, science, and military power of that time. The standard of their public and private life was the highest the world had known. A visit to Luxor, to the National Museum of Cairo, or the tomb of Tutankamen will reveal the height to which they had risen. A walk on any street or highway in Egypt today will show how low they have fallen. Modern Israel To compare the Jews with the Egyptians of the 20th century would only invite a contrast. In spite of the persecutions of a thousand years, the Jews today furnish more than their quota of scholars, artists, poets, musicians, scientists. Notwithstanding restrictions and obstacles, they rise to the top of the culture of every land. Within two decades, the University of Jerusalem compares more than favorably with older institutions of far more populous nations. The library on Mt. Scopus is superior to anything in the East. The Hadassah Hospital is probably the best in Asia. Egyptian Degeneration As against the art, science, music, and learning of Israel, the Egyptians can point to the University of Cairo, with a supposed attendance of 12,000 students. But what do they learn? It is reliably reported that these students sit on the ground and memorize the Koran. Yet this "university" is the inteUectual fountain head not only of Egypt but of the entire Mohammedan world. Its president is the head of the Moslem Brotherhood, a fanatic clan, sunk in ignorance and superstition. On May 14, 1948, when Britain withdrew her civil and military government from Palestine, the Egyptians thought everything would fall into hopeless confusion. These degenerate scions of aformerly great people decided to strike before the Jews could organize a state. Numbering 19,000,000 themselves, they would not lnvad" Palestine until joined by 16,000,000 fellow Moslems of six other states. Those 35,000,000 brave Arabs, aided and abetted by Britain, would certainly make mincemeat of 700.000 timid Jews. Yet the U. N. would not even call this invasion an act of aggression. Only when •the Jews were routing the Egyptians and their allies on all fronts did the British force the U. N. to issue a cease fire order. Is it any wonder that the decadent Egyptians made such a poor showing? After all, they have been out of fighting practice for 2,700 years. Enslaved, and degraded in turn hv Assyrians. Ethiopians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Marmalukes, Turks, French, English, they still felt superior to the Jewish survivors of Nazi concentration camps. But what is to be expected from a wretched, poverty stricken land, whose rulers, from the paunchy King Farouk to the meanest bureaucrat, are concerned only with skinning and exploiting the worm-eaten, trachoma-blinded felaheen. The Effendis are terror stricken at the thought of a democratic, enlightened, modern state touching their borders. The shafts of light radiating from Israel might penetrate the thick gloom that has wrapped Egypt since the fall of the Pharaohs. Our Film Folk Study by 20th Century-Fox executive of the 10,500 theatre dates played so far by "Gentleman's Agreement" reveals—much to their surprise— tnat the film is the company's second largest alltime grosser in the south. On the other hand, it has had hard going. in the mid-west, but still racks up as the studio's top-grosser of the year. Because of its theme of antiSemitism, the company's sales executives felt that "Agreementwould find considerable resistance below the Mason-Dixon line. The territory has comparatively few Jews and has always been notoriously weak for social problem or "message" pictures. The studio has no actual explanation for the fact that the film was topped only by "Leave Her To Heaven" in the you-all country. • • • Producer Sam Goldwyn, long a figure in "W#>'s Who," as well as other compendia of contemporary topsiders, with the possible exception of Burke's Peerage, has at last achieved literary immortality as the only Hollywoodian included in the new edition of Bartlett's Familiar Questions (Quotations, that is)! • • • Al Jolson gave a $75,000 Christmas present to the Cedars of Lebanon hospital by turning over his mountaintop estate to the institution. Jolie said the hospital could do anything they wanted with the 14-room house and adjoining property. Meyer Levin, who recently au-, thored a pair of Palestine-made features, is preparing two new stories. One, entitled "Yehuda," brings up to date his 1939 Palestine novel of the same name. The other is "A Spell of Time," localed around the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Meyer's wife, Tereska, has also just completed a new book, written in French. Several Hollywood studios and independent U.S. film makers have been prospecting Israel story material with an eye to possible production in the new nation. Levin, by the way, wrote the only two Palestine pictures made so far —"My Father's House" and "The Illegals." Mrs. Levin played the expectant mother in the latter film, and realistically their son has just been born in Paris, coinciding with the completion of Levin's new book and publication of Mrs. Levin's new novel. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1949 N e/ 1 > ^ ^Se*C!2^ JL/^bSaC ^SC^CT • ertificate at a I by the Pioneer N Two, Miarm William Penn Hotel rrr.an was pnnciProceeds derived will go towards \ -:or.al Fund and MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS • ,e Fund Club Elects Officers -. ,-. Chit of the Nor; has elected the fol-: era for 1949, nee department Mezritch: presiI vice president. •:,ry-treasurZ: MagBM, extreme right, seated, at the last meeting he atUndad bafcall of the Hebrew Ur.iDr. Magr.es extreme right, seated, at the UW *"*^ ?-T^ t uJrtrsitT House. 9 East 89th ^K^oTc^^ the Amer, ^friS^D^W*^^ £8techier. Sr Saul Adler professor of ParasLtologr and chairman of the V**^*^ r *S^££E& Ar Ibn Zahar, former Academic Registrar, and now honorary manager of *• J**"" !" ? !" *. P-ess aDAlexander Dushkoa. executive rice president of tn e Jewish Educationi Comt ee c. New York end one of the first faculty member cf the Universe's Department of Education. 25th YEAR (amp Oseoola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish BOTI and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River. "In the Land of the Sky." Hen(?ersonTille, N. C. • 2S0C '•*'. • • at -r • Cs:i: ^ i3t:-ea ita** Rigent -.Uin Ocean Dr. "• rles H Lee will give h: tr.--: %  ture %  "• the • rii ..and the Earth '.'•" evening at 8 o'clock a I forum. imnu fiftiifiL NIIK of umi BBICH 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION At th< e of Business, December 31 1948 COMPTROLLER'S CALL RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Duo from Banks $8,864,719.82 United State Govi ent Sec itii 12.386.211 36 Municipal and Otr.tr Bonds 1,707,000.00 $22,957,931 I Stocks of Federal Reserve Bank.. 45.0 Loans and D counts 9,158.107.61 First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 496.298.00 9,654,405.61 Furniture and Fixtures 45,691.26 Othei Asset! 6,036.47 Overdrafts NONE 51 "27 73 Customer's Liability—Letters of Credit 65.000.00 $32,774,064.52 LIABILITIES Capital Stock S 1.000.000 00 Surplus 500.000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves.. 506.630.77 S 2,006,630.77 Letters of Credit 65.000.00 Deposits 30,702,433.75 S32.774.064.52 FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS Commercial Banking Collection Department Escrow Department Savings Account* Pertonal Check Service Safe Depoiit Vaulti MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION and FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM OFFICERS DIRECTORS BENJAMIN N. KANE SAMUEL BLANK Chairman of Board President, National Brand*. Inc. EDW. MERCER "0. GOLDBERG Prfidnt HotH Own*r BENJAMIN N. KANE MARCIE LIBERMAN rhal rman of Bo,Vd and VIM President Vice President of Bank S. W. CURRY ,,. HOWARD KANE Vlr, Pre*, and Cashier ice President of Bank HENRY S. LAWLEY "^^It!^""' 1 !" Vice President MARC| E LIBERMAN HOWARD KANE vlc President of Bank Vie* President o EDWMCRC President of Bank D. B. HUDSON PreaMant Public National Assistant Va-a President Insurance Co. MAX OROVITZ STANLEY N. BOOKBINDER President of Alfred Destin Co AsetsUnt Cashier Co-om-nar Public Gas Co. J W O'HARA ALEXANDER ORR. JR. 4, w. o MARA Preaidaat Aaauunt Caahler AlexantOT OTT. Jr, Inc %  n I ttend 1 he r. : : S -r s to be s] the Bureau : Education t the T Hotel 122( I f the lun Progri the SunLs in Gri sti i M i in %  : • -. %  Ruby. Miami E -. O •"••• r, Bel ivid, Beth Temp] Israel will titl • • New% %  r • aned 1 the Buri jr I ty of .'.--: • :' the Bui .. %  I PBODUCTS D STRiBUTED EXCLUSIVELY BY SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE FINEST AND BEST KNOWN NATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTS Managed by 1725 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONES 3-0021, 2-6141 and 2 6142 Ami lie I is %  Isn CLUB GRANADA introduces The Zwillionaires "ZWILL'S A • POPPIN" It's the Talk of The Town Zwinq & Zway The Zwillionaire Way zany! whacky! zilarious! DON'T MISS MIAMI'S MOST ORIGINAL & BEST FORM OF FUN 3—SHOWS NIGHTLY-3 Full Course Dinners SI.50 Up It's well worth the trip 4897 S. W. 8th Street (On the Trail) S -* I 6 |l 8. P.M. LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hoar 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 UTURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director OAacJk QJkaxripiarib WESTFIAGLER KENNEL CLUB (Vat L Si.at 37ft the.



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I *jtmianaji*2£_. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1< PAGE rwEsrrr-i *c LUXURY DRY CLEANER S KTMBALL MURHAY. Prop. 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 714% | DOLLY DIMPLE GRILL DELICIOUS SANDWICHES PLATE LUNCH "503 N.W. 7th Are. Phot* J.|7n DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 200 Sunset Drive ^"^ *** BUENA VISTA CABINET SHOP O. F. GANT. Prop. 60 N.E. 39th Street CONCRETE PLACING CO., INC. CONCRETE & MASONRY CONSTRUCTION 2216 N. W. Miami Court Phone Vm COLLINS GARAGE MOTOR AND ELECTRICAL EXPERTS FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT — WRECKS REBUILT PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF ALL WORK 2 WRECKERS 24 HOURS DAY S.W. 2nd Street and lit Court Pr.one 3-7M AMERICAN VENDING COMPANY Zeidman wen instaSed u pre tons t-: dent and vice president of the B -'rv -T-2at Beth TL^ai last announcerr.er.: by Mr .sp:: PHONE 58-1619 Sunda tatt ;* ;.. Pianist To Appear In U. oi i M. All-Chopin Recital iKfiflta* ..-.? with the %  •• • .5 chanting of tie M^ rovu and .._ _"-V..,. : nm ffs gave the invocation Dr. David .<...>; -. with the Urive: it; Andron chairnian of the evening v.;--. Svrr.pho! tra ] then introduced retiring Pre i, \ Norman Kaplan, who in beUmver ..... .: : ... haJ of the outgoing officers ._.._ ... fcondav 7 2 ..... .. r %  •• thanked the memoen of the c gregatios for their cooper Rabbi Rackovsky ad In thejretinng offi cen and expressed the appreciation of the congregation for their work Lr Andi n ther WHLN YOU TAKE VITAMINS !! Senior H.c Smith & Virok Service Station GAS • OILS • LUBRICATION PROMPT SERVICE 2522 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-8602 G. C. STEMBLER, INC. GENERAl INSURANCE BONDS 226 Shoreland Arcade Phone 3-5719 ACE VALET SERVICE DRY CLEANING HAND LAUNDRY TAILORING Direct Plant Service WE Pick Up and Deliver 237 11th Street Phones 53 1431. 58-1432 810 5th Street Miami Beaci BARR AND BARR PLUMBERS 61 E2nd Street Hialeah PHONE 88-2811 BAYVIEW RESTAURANT REGULAR DINNERS — SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES HOME MADE PIES AND BISCUITS 217 N.E. 11th Street phon# 2 '* IPWYER'S METAL SHOP New Location: 1329 N. W. 74th St. P one 7MH1 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS HANLAN PLUMBERS PHONE 3-1611 729 S. W. 12th Avenue Miami AL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AL'S ON THE BEACH 1225 West 20th Street Miami Becb JIMMIE BONNIE SODA SHOP 578 West Flagler Street KOHLER SERVICE STATION ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC. FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Mianu n* t liinndiil A *tU *•* 3§KgHESSsE 5510 West Flagler Street Phone 48-9159 LA CANTINA RESTAURANT ITALIAN • AMERICAN CUISINE 7444 BUcayne Blvd. Phone 74$* ~t ONEW DAY MULIIPLI VITAMIN CAPSUIFS PHONE 3-7667 CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD LLOYD MOTORS %  c %&385&$hgw %  '•' Lzs LEO WISHMAN 844 S. W. 8th Street .,,, _, ..... ,.T Miami, Florida SYKES-HAMLIN, INC. EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC "IF G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE ITONE DAY RADIO SERVICE 0< V. E. 79th Street Phone 7^



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949 +Jen 1st lUrHl^r PAGE FIVE Mr. And Mrs. Malmuth To Mark Golden ICynamons Exchange Wedding Anniversary Tomorrow Night Vows At Roney Plaza Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth, 226 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary tomorrow evening at a reception and dance at the Educational Lyceum. The occasion will also mark the silver wedding anniversary of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kramer of New York. The Malmuths have been residents of Miami Beach for the past fifteen years and have been active in religious, civic and philanthropic organizations. Mrs. Malmuth is a member of the Pioneer Women, the American Jewish Congress, the Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Mizrachi. She and her husband are members of the Workmen's Circle, the Zionist Organization of America and Beth Jacob Synagogue. The Malmuths are the parents of four sons, Jacob, Harry, Nathan and Murray; one daughter, Dorothy; five grandchildren and one great grandchild. Two of their sons and families are flying in from Los Angeles, Calif., for the celebration. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the marriage ceremony that united Miss Caroline Schultz and Nathan Cynamon January 3 in the Ocean Lounge of the Roney Plaza Hotel. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother. Jack Schultz, New York, was attired in an off-white satin gown with lace bodice and drop shoulders. Her veil was fashioned of silk illusion. She carried a bible adorned with white orchids. Bridal attendants were Miss Ronnie Schwartz, maid of honor. and the Misses Bobbie Hellman and Sylvia Schenkman, bridesmaids. Ushers were Larry Winkler and David Winkler, the bride's cousins. A reception and dinner in the Roney Imperial room followed the ceremony. The former Miss Schultz, daughter of Mrs. Abraham Schultz and the late Mrs. Schultz, Miami Beach, was graduated from the University of Miami with a major in dramatics. Mr. Cynamon, son of the Benjamin Cynamons, 1614 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, is a graduate of Indiana Tech. Muriel Axlrod Wed To Martin A. Miller The marriage of Muriel Axlrod to Martin A. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, took place December 12 in the garden of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Alrod. 1971 S.W. 18th Ct. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the ceremony. He was imlitml by Cantor Maurice wiamcnes. The bride's gown was fashioned of hand embroidered Korean silk brought back from that country by the bridegroom. The couple is at home at 1041 S.W. 72nd Ct. HOUSEKEEPER Young, fully experienced, capable of taking full charge. Good cook. European background, local references. No heavy cleaning, no laundry. Own room and bath. Beach preferred. Write Miss J. F. Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. BOOKS Owner forced to dispose of lifetime collection of rare and leather bound books. All or part. Leaving city. Shown by appointment. TELEPHONE 82-2769 Buy Retail at Wholesale Prices Savings to 40% GENUINE FORSTMANN GRENATEEN St JUILLARD SILK GABARDINE SLACKS 5 18 50 $25" VALUES TO $ 40 GENUINE FORSTMANN AND JUILLARD SILK GABARDINE SUITS J 75 VALUES TO $125.00 ,* i We Specialise In Forstmann Fabrics—"The World's Finest'' WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT Short Rise Slacks a Specialty I Ethelda Gladstone Wed To Dr. Kirsh The marriage of Miss Ethelda Gladstone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gladstone, Birmingham, Ala., to Dr. David Kirsh, Miami Beach, took place December 25 in the home of the bride with Rabbi Milton Grafman officiating. Dr. Kirsh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirsh, Philadelphia. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a cream brocade suit with white orchids. I William Gladstone was best man and Lynn Kronenberg was ring bearer. A family dinner followed the ceremony. The bride was graduated from Bryn Mawr. The bridegroom received his B. S. from Pennsylvania State College, his Ph. D. from Rutgers and his M. D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He interned at Philadelphia General Hospital, served as resident at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital and on the staff at Pratt Diagnostic Hospital in Boston. Following a wedding trip to Denver, Colo., and New Orleans, the couple will reside at 7821 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach. Rosalind Perlish Rosiland Perlish To Join Spring Brides The betrothal of Miss Rosiland Perlish to Owen Bennett Muller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Muller, New York, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perlish, 5363 La Gorce Drive. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Lear School. She attended the University of Miami, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, an executive of th Women's Residence Council, Hillel news editor and circulation manager of the Hurricane. ,Mr. Muller is a Navy veteran and a graduate of Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. A spring wedding in New York is planned. WOMAN WANTS TO SHARE HOME WITH SAME All Privileges—Reasonable Northwest Section PHONE 82-8914 FOR RENT Big Room and Private Bath For Two or Three Meals if Desired MRS. F. KOPEL 1600 West Ave.. Miami Beach Phone 58-7484 Mrs. Martin A. Miller Austin Burke Mfrs. Outlet MEN'S FJNE CLOTHES 1628 Pennsylvania Avenue Just Oil Lincoln Road. M. B. Opan Monday' Wednesday and Friday Evenings In Philadelphia Since 1908 Eileen Solomon's Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Milton Solomon, 1535 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Eileen, to Harold Rose. Mr. Rose divides his time between New York and Miami Beach. Miss Solomon was graduated from Miami Beach High school and is now attending the University of Miami, where she is majoring in psychology. No date has been set for the wedding. JEAN KAMI COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE 1423 Collins Avenue Phone 58 2551 Memorial Services Held Special memorial services were held in Greater Miami synagogues on Tuesday in compliance with a cable received here from Chief Rabbi Herzog, of Israel, stating that the Greater Council of the Chief Rabbinate of the Holy Land had set aside the tenth of Tebeth as a Remembrance day for the Jewish Martyrs who perished under the Hitler regime. FOR RENT 2 Bedrooms 8c Kitchen Apt. Year-Round—In the Rear SI 10 per month MRS. F. KOPEL 1600 West Ave., Miami Beach Phone 58-7484 MIDDLE-AGED GENTLEMAN Divorced, has steady position. Would like to meet sociable woman about 35 years of age. No objection to one child. WRITE MR. E. H. Box 2973. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1949 +.k*l*tfh.rM*nr> PAGE SEVENTEL. Strictly Confidential It Is True: We have been challenged to give proof of our statement that the Honorable Joseph Proskauer, president of the American Jewish Committee is a member of the legal staff of the Aramco, i.e. the Arab-American Oil Company Well if you want to check up read the New York Times report on the Fleming trial. Mr. Fleming sued the Aramco for a big commission a few months ago One of the key witnesses was Jessie Jones a former member of Roosevelt's official Washington family ... At that trial Mr. Proskauer made his appearance as attorney for Aramco ... So there you are. Scoop We cannot guarantee this story but it has all the earmarks of a true one Well, it seems that former Prime Minister of Great Britain, rotund Winston Churchill volunteered, some time ago, advice to President Truman on how to handle the complicated Zionist issue without losing Jewish good will Churchill is alleged to have said: "Keep close to Dr. Weizmann. Proclaim publicly your friendship and admiration for 'the grand old man of Zionism' Invite him to the White House and pay him all possible honors, personally ... If you follow this advice the Jews will accept your Palestine policy, no matter what it may be" And so on the very same day that the Washington State Department warned the Israeli Government that its actions might provoke military intervention on the part of Great Britain (implying that the U.S. would be unable to stop Bevin from sending English soldiers against the Haganah) well, we say on that very same day President Truman announced that he would attend the New York dinner in honor of "his dear old friend Dr. Weizmann" in March Yes, the story about Churchill's advice to Truman could be true. Stormy Petrel: Lewis Browne the author who committed suicide the other day was a good friend of ours ... He never lacked Chutzpah and we like him for that Some of his fellow students in days gone by, at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati may remember a few of his pranks One day, for instance, he purchased an automobile and sent the bill to the college The reason he advanced was that his feet hurt and he did not wish to miss class. He was subsequently expelled from the Rabbinical College And did you know that the author of "Stranger Than Fiction" compiled, at the age of 16, a volume listing all the words in the English language originating from Hebrew ... It was Rabbi Joshua Bloch, chief of the Jewish Division of the New York Public Library who suggested to him the idea to write an informal history of the Jewish people Lewis took him seriously and after seven months delivered his manuscript to a literary agent who sold it immediately to MacMillan, launching Browne on a succesfsul literary career .. And incidentally the newspaper reports that Browne poisoned himself because he feared blindness are wrong Blindness did not threaten him ... It was arthritis which had made a cripple of him, stopped his activities as a lecturer and compelled him to live the life of a recluse And so Browne, who had an enormous appetite for the good things in life decided to quit Goodnight, many will remember you for your almost divine impudence and miss you. Odds and Ends: Professor Albert Einstein is doing very well after his operation and will now be healthier than he has been for years The money realized from the 250 dollars a plate dinner to President Weizmann in New York does not go to Weizmann, personally, but to the scientific institute he heads in Rechovoth, Israel Dr. Chaim Weizmann is a very rich man whose royalties on patents bring him a fortune every year ... It is rumored that Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver is writing a book of memoirs dealing with his years of Zionist leadership And so is Dr. Israel Goldstein, now residing in Tel Aviv as treasurer of the Jewish Agency Dr. Nahum Goldman is slated as Israeli Ambassador to Great Britain if and when that country recognizes the Jewish State No, Dr. Goldman has not yet signed a lease for his official London residence Eliahu Epstein, representative of Israel in Washington will reduce drastically his public appearances at Zionist functions Orders from Tel Aviv Henry Montor formerly head of the fund raising machine of the United Jewish Appeal may be induced to take over the executive post at the Palestine Economic Corporation at a precedent-shattering salary And they tell us that the Yiddish newspapers notwithstanding reports to the contrary are making a pile of money for their owners Yes, it is true that the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of Moscow has closed shop ... It is being re-organized on a larger scale with more emphasis on cultural activities. Usual Ignorance: "Literary History of the United States" authored by Robert E. Spiller and others and published by the usually cautious MacMillan Company displays the usual ignorance when it comes to Yiddish and Hebrew literature in America The authors apparently do not know the difference between Yiddish and Hebrew They also list Maurice Schwartz—not as an actor—but as a playwright The "monumental" work heralded as a great achievement, lists Sholem Asch and Abraham Cahn of the Forwaerts as the two outstanding Yiddish novelists The authors of this history never heard of the English translations of Singer's, "The Brothers Ashkenazis" ... In short there are too many wild errors of commission and omission Among the poets is listed Hayyim Weinshel ... In case you did not know it Hayyim was the father of Walter Winchell and wrote exactly two poems in his life. 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llie\wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY HUME 22NUMBER 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS fade Polio Chapter Launches Annual arch Of Dimes Campaign Today The March of Dimes two-week fund raising campaign gets Jay today and the Dade County Chapter of the National • liticn for Infantile Paralysis has asked the help of every ian, loman and child. Burred on by word that both the National Foundation and Dade Chaper have almost ex^H even their emergency B squad of volunteer workhu already begun to work and ^l> set a record in raising %  or polio. ^ %  e the fact that Dade ~~fc. 83 cases in 1948 were considered a serious epiHthe local chapter was to appeal to national headIS for emergency funds $45,000. %  year the $128,000 we Iras not nearly enough to after our own people," said •I J. Hayes, who is serving with fcy Commissioner Jesse H. [borough as co-chairman of the I March of Dimes. "Therefore bad to call on national headquarters. Kowever, due to the terrible Truman Asks Funds For DP Commission WASHINGTON, (JTA) — President Truman asked Congress this week to grant the Displaced Persons Commission a $5,200,000 appropriation for its work in bringing displaced persons to this country during the last half of this rest .and the first six months in 1950. to bis budget, delivered to Congress this week, the President said: "It Is my hope that the present ^Displaced Persons Act will be speedily stripped of its restrictive and discriminatory provisions in order frat we may make a contributiott to this program more worthy of our best traditions." Senators J Howard McGrath Democrat of Rhode Island, and Matthew Neely. Democrat of West Virginia, have introduced a displaced persons bill which would completely overhaul the present law to eliminate its discriminatory and unworkable features and raise the number admissable to 400,000 in four years. The McGrath-Neely Bill would change the present cut-off date, which discriminates against Jewish DP's, from Dec. 22, 1945, to April 21, 1947, would eliminate th 40 percent priority for Baits and substitute a clause prohibiting discrimination "in favor of or against any DP on account of his race, religion or national origin," and would erase the section of the law giving 30 percent of the visas tO agriculturalists. epidemics in North Carolina, California and Texas," Hayes con tinued, "national headquarters is now just about as broke as we are and we do not know how much help, if any, we can get from them in case Dade County should become a focal point for the disease. "It is therefore imperative that we give increased support to the March of Dimes," Hayes said. First in a series of special events planned to raise funds for the campaign is a roller skating show to be held at Venetian Rink, 2790 S.W. 29th Ave., tonight. On January 23, Sid White, local boking agent, has volunteered to present a "Night of Stats" show in Bayfront Park auditorium. The following Saturday organized labor will sponsor a dance in the auditorium. In addition, hotels, bars and night clubs are planning to give March of Dimes birthday parties, auctions and dances on the nights of January 29 and 30. "We urge everyone to patronize these events, to contribute to the familiar blue coin boxes on store counters and to mail contributions to the March of Dimes, 148 W. Flagler St.," Hayes said. "We must all remember that Greater Miami is the one great metropolis in the nation with a climate which makes a winter epidemic of polio possible and we must at all times be financially prepared to cope with any emergency." Israeli Leaders Urge Morgenthau To Hold U J A Post NEW YORK, (JTA)—President Chaim Weizmann of Israel, Premier Ben Gurion and Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan have jointly appealed to Henry Morgenthau, Jr., to accept for a'third term the general chairmanship of the United Jewish Appeal, it was revealed here this week in connection with the UJA national conference which opened in Atlantic City this week. A similar appeal was addressed to Morgenthau by Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee. A committee to draft Morgenthau has been formed under the chairmanmanship of Milton Kahn, president of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies of Boston. Britain Will Not Bring Case Vs. Israel Before UN LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Apparently cautioned by the U.S. Government, Britain will not bring case against Israel before the UN Security Council, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned here on good authority. This information became known following consultations held here between UN Secretary General Trygve Lie and Sir Terrence Schone, Britain's acting representative to the Security Council. The two discussed the British note protesting the shooting down byIsraeli forces of British planes in the Negev. US Confident Tension Between British Israel Will Not Affect Truce State Leaders To Attend ADL Parley In Daytona Sunday More than fifty representatives from communities throughout the state will participate in the first Florida State Anti-Defamation League committee meeting to be held Sunday at the Sheraton Plaza Hotel, Daytona Beach, according to announcement made by Harry Katz, Jacksonville, Florida State ADL chairman. The all-day session will feature a demonstration and display of the latest films, books, radio transcriptions and other materials produced by the league for the combatting of bigotry and building of good human relations among all groups of people. Gilbert J. Balkin, recently appointed director of the league's Florida office, will lead the discussion of the ADL's educational program of cooperation with church groups, veterans organizations, educators and other community leaders and agencies. Mr. Balkin's presentation will include the Florida premiere showing of the league's latest sound film production, "Impact for Democracy," which depicts the work of the Anti-Defamation League. Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'lith lodges, will extend greetings to the conference. Representing B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge Number Five will be Isaac Gradman, Asheville, N. C. A past president of District Five, Mr. Gradman is currently national B'nai B'rith membership commissioner. Leading a panel discussion on programs for combatting discrimination will be Burnett Roth, ADL chairman, Miami Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The State Department is confident that the "regrettable incident"— the shooting down by Israeli units of British planes last week—will remain only an incident and will not interfere with truce negotiations to begin later this week, it was emphasized in an official statement this week. The statement reads: "Concerning the shooting down of British planes by Israeli forces: The State Department is receiving information concerning the incident from both the British and the Israeli government. We have every confidence that, regrettable as it is, it will be considered as a regrettable incident only and that it will not interfere with truce negotiations which are to take place in Rhodes later this week. The State Department has been given to understand that if there are any Israeli troops still in (1 Federation To Set 1949 Appeal Goal \ / Th three Miamians who are on an inspection tour of Israel will make the first report of their findings via trans-oceanic telephone to a meeting of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Thursday night. It : felanned to have a top-ranking Israel 1 speak to the board, which will be meeti approve the recommendations of the budge) committee and establish the goal for I %  Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. : 1 Shapiro, Rabbi Kronish and William iger, who arrived in Israel Wednesday ng, were met by Miss Judith Beilin, UJA %  Otative and are now making an in• survey of the young nation. The Miami Ki expect to have interviews with Presi I Kxmann, Prime Minister Ben Gurion Jrlsraeli leaders, before departing for January 25. ation of 25 Miamians who attended (he annual United Jewish Appeal Conference in Atlantic City, N. J., this week, received the official reguest for funds from the UJA and will submit this reguest to the budget committee which will meet Tuesday and Wednesday nights to draw up its final recommendations for the 1949 campaign. The budget committee's recommendations will be thoroughly reviewed by the board of governors Thursday night and the amount that the board approves will be the goal for the 1949 drive. In the Miami delegation at the UJA conference were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Fred Monasson, Morris Gettleman, Harry Sirkin. I. L. Mintzer, Herbert E. Scher, Murray Maurer, Sam Blank, I. L. Lesovoy, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Morris Klass. 22 Groups To Run In Israel Elections TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The central committee set up by the State Council to supervise the parliamentary elections scheduled to be held Jan. 25 announced that 22 groups submitted lists of candidates, all of which have been approved. Leading the list on the Mapai (Labor Party) ticket are David Ben Gurion and Moshe Shertok. The list of Mapam—the United Workers Party—is headed by Itzhak Tobenkin and Meir Yaari. The Mizrachi-Agudah list is headed by Rabbi J. J. Fishman of Mizrachi, and Rabbi I. M. Lewin. A?:ud3h leader. The General Zionists have put Dr. Fritz Bernstein and Mayor Israel Rokach as first on their list of candidates. The Freedom Movement named Menachem Beigin and Uri Zvi Grinberg as their leading candidates. The Progressive Zionists have Dr. Felix Rosenblueth and Dr. Abraham Granovsky as the first candidates on their list. The Zionist-Revisionist Party headed its election list with Dr. N. Altman and Baruch Weinstein. The Communist list is headed by I. Mikunis and an Arab, Tewfik Toubi. The Popular Arab Bloc, sponsored by Mapam, and the Arab Workers Bloc, under the auspices of Mapai, have each also submitted lists of candidates. The Egyptian territory they are in the process of being withdrarwn." Sir Oliver Franks, British Ambassador at Washington conferred with President Truman Thursday on the Palestine problem, informed quarters reported. A spokesman for the State Department revealed that the U.S. government was "informed but not consulted" about the projected British troop movements in the Palestine area. Asked about reports from London to the effect that the British requested the United States to take strong position supporting them in their stand in the situation, he said that the United States had no requests from the British asking the U.S. to take any kind of stand in the matter. "They have given us their account of the situation," he said. He declined to answer a question as to whether the British informed this government of troop movements other than forces sent to Ayaba. Nor would he comment on a question as to whether the United States told the British how it felt about the prospect of British troop movements in that area. Last Jewish Troops Leave Egyptian Soil TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The last Israeli troops left Egyptian soil this week, it was officially announced here. The Jewish soldiers withdrew from a height overlooking the Rafa-Auja road which is some three miles inside Egypt land which they captured last week. An Israeli spokesman this week charged that "if Britain wants to torpedo the Egyptian-Israeli armistice talks it could not do better" than its present marshalling of land, sea and air forces at Aqaba. He described the British moves in the "war of nerves" as not providing the proper setting for the forthcoming negotiations at Rhodes. The British have made a third attempt to deliver their note of protest over the downing of five RAF planes by Israeli forces last week. The British consul general in Haifa phoned Harry Beilin, Israeli Foreign Office official in Haifa, and offered to make changes in the address of his original communication to the "Jewish authorities." He said that his "new instructions" were to deliver his note and an accompanying memorandum to th e "Israeli Government" and that he Fighters for Israel submitted a. would send Beilin a note to that list headed by their leader, Naeffect later. than Friedman-Yellin and by Sheikh Abu Gush. Other groups which registered separate lists of candidates include the Havoed Hadati, religious laborites affiliated with the Histadrut; the Women's International Zionist Organization; the Hapoeleth, a Mizrachi labor women's group; the Sephardic Community and the Agudas Israel Separatists. The* Arabs in Nazareth have filed an independent list, as did the Arabs of Haifa. A separate rtst has also been registered by However, the following day the Briton phoned Beilin and said that he had "exceeded his instructions" and would merely send a cover letter addressed to Harry Beilin, Esquire, asking him to forward the first note to the Israeli Government. The official view here is that the new rfote will not change the situation much in relation to accepting communications from Britain which are not properly addressed to the government of the Jewish state. Fifteen armored vehicles were released by Haifa port authorities Jerusalem Jews, headed by Mayor to the U.N. When they first arDaniel Auster. The Yemenite Jews j rived the Israelis held the armhave similarly presented a list ored cars until UN personnel exof their own. There is also a list plained that they were destined o be known as the Separatist j for the use of members of the UN I I t Jerusalem Bloc 'Conciliation Commission.



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LY. JANUARY 14, 1949 +Jmlsi> Her Id/tan PAGE FIFTEEN ibi Lookstein :eives Honors i>bi Joseph H. Lookstein, Jewish communal leader, Lr, educator and teacher was ted Sunday afternoon at a lous convocation attended by than 1,000 persons at the regation Kehilath Jeshurun Few York City, of which he been spiritual leader for the 125 years. I Belkin, president of Yeshiva rersity; Edward M. Warburg, trnan of the American Jewloint Distribution Committee; pert H. Lehman; Frank L. |, president of the National Ish Welfare Board; and Leon /ian, president of the Mizki Organization of America > among the national Jewish Lm who gathered in person to %  tribute to Rabbi Lookstein for [service to American-Jewish e Hon. Samuel Levy, chairof board of trustees of YesUniversity, presided at the tram at which Rabbi Look, was awarded a life contract (his congregation through its kident, Max J. Etra. An honorDoctor of Divinity Degree conferred upon the rabbi at convocation by his alma ,er. Yeshiva University. Dr. bucl Belkin made the presentaLbbi Lookstein, who is also Jfessor of Homiletics and Jewfeociology at Yeshiva Universilhas been active in numerous Jious, civc and communal orEzations. He is a former prcsiIt of the Rabbinical Council of lerica and of the New York Ird of Rabbis. labbi Lookstein descends from imily which for thirteen genlions had at least one of its abers in the rabbinate. He graduated from the College Eh e City of New York with a \. degree and received his M.A. J928 at Columbia University. [was ordained by the Rabbi \c Klchanan Theological Semiof Yeshiva University. Attendance Increase Noted At West Flagler Kennel Club This Year The popularity of the sport of queens is taking another skyward jump this season at West Flagler Kennel club. So far during the racing season a large increase in attendance over last year has been recorded at Florida's largest greyhound racing center. One thousand more fans per night are witnessing the sport this season at the Flagler oval than during the 1948 campaign. Every indication points toward a new state record in attendance being set by the Flagler track, which for years has led all canine ovals in the state and in the south in both mutuel play and crowds. Last year 478,000 fans witnessed dog racing at Flagler, while indications are that the attendance this year will go soaring to a new state mark of close to 600,000. While the attendance is way up this year, the mutuel play is moving along close to last year's play with only a fractional decrease being shown to date. West Mrs. Arnold Is Director Women's Division Of AJC Mrs. Newton Arnold has been appointed director of the women's division of the American Jewish Congress, it was announced by Judges Justine Wise Polier, president of the division. Mrs. Arnold has a background of distinguished service in social service and governmental executive posts both here and abroad. Her work in Europe helped in the rescue and rehabilitation of thousands of Jewish DPs, both children and adults. Prior to receiving her JD degree in law at New York University, Mrs. Arnold taught English and journalism in the New York High School system. Upon her admission to the bar, she maintained a law office in New York City and served as counsel to the Social Service Bureau attached to the magistrates' courts. B'nai B'rith Young Men And Women To Meet A joint meeting of the Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women and FDR Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Men will be held Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. The showing of a new film by Gilbert J. Balkin, will highlight the program. The two units will hold a discussion of proposed interfaith community projects for 1949. President Joe Vogel and Miss Doris Brown will act as co-chairCommander To Speak Commander Stewart Blackman, U. S. N. (Ret.), will be guest speaker at the Sholom Lodge Luncheon Club meeting to be held at 12:15 p.m. today at the Downtowner Restaurant. Commander Blackman's subject will be: "Patent Law in America." men of the evening. Program chairman is Miss Doris Klein and interfaith chairman is Miss Donna Feldman. Flagler's 1949 opening night topped last year's opening night both in attendance and mutuel play. ANNA HAIMS CONDENSED B0RSCHT LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES, distributor 165 N.E. 24th Street, Miami 37. Florida inter Sisterhood Hold Dessert Tea he next monthly meeting of Sisterhood of the Miami Ich Jewish Center will be a ed membership party for paid I members and new members wish to join the organization. rill be a dessert tea to be held Monday at 1 p.m. in the patio |710 James Ave. short business meeting to be iucted by Mrs. Arthur Klein. ^ident, will precede the social pram. The program will begin a message of greeting en-1 "Meet Your Sisterhood" by |bi Irving Lehrman. A Truth Consequence program featurthe radio commentator and jockey, Barry Gray, as mas[of ceremonies, will highlight afternoon. oecial honor guests will be [following members who celele their birthdays during the pth of January: the Mesdames [id Rosenbaum, Bessie VinBertha Zitomer, Jeanette ler, George Feuer, Harry lenstein. Max Weinstein. Nat ler, Louis Lustig, Sarah obs, Harry Rogers, Hy Sweet pa Herman, Morris Newmark. na Friend, Jay Hirsch, Kate iam, J. M. Lipton and Wolf Shner. lostesses for this meeting will (the following board members: Mesdames Irving Lehrman. Hankoff, Theodre Hankoff, hur Klein, Benjamin Kohn. fcph Lipton, Samuel Lipton and iuel Josepher. Schneer To Speak Morris Schneer will speak "New Trends in Medicine" at leeting of the Everglades ich 1050, Workman's Circle. held Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at Workman's Circle Lyceum, S.W. 3rd St. The Banking Center of Miami Since 1902 TheTirstNaiitmalBank of Miami Miami's Oldest and Florida's Largest Financial Institution 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31. 1948 RESOURCES Cash and Due From Banks • 32*222'i??*5f U. S. Government Securities /9.536.114.75 State and Municipal Bonds 2,804,376.41 Other Marketable Securities 432,997.70 Loans and Discounts FHA Insured Title II Mortgages Other Real Estate Mortgages Banking House Furniture and Fixtures Bank Warehouse Federal Reserve Bank Stock Accrued Income Receivable Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit and Acceptances LIABILITIES Demand Deposits • SI 11.300,756.70 Time Deposits 16,882,036.24 Unearned Discount Accrued Taxes, Interest, Etc Dividend Payable January 3, 1949 Letters of Credit and Acceptances Capital Stock 4,000,000.00 Surplus 2,100,000.00 Undivided Profits 1,152,678.47 %  Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation $112,618,278.31 3,237,374.11 16, 1, 1, 048,366.56 363,493.75 638.225.62 024,781.89 396,141.70 6,000.00 183,000.00 336,719.27 132,209.72 311,282.33 $136,295,873.26 128,182,792.94 107,985.14 321,134.38 120,000.00 311,282.33 7,252,678.47 $136,295,873.26 OFFICERS PAUL R. SCOTT Chairman HARRY HOOD BASSETT R. M. DOYLE, JR. OLIN G. SYMONS GEORGE E. WHITTEN Vice Chairman CLEMENT B. CHINN President VICE PRESIDENTS WILLIAM C HILL J. G. LEYBOURNE C. C. NIELSEN CHARGES E. KLUGH R. M. McDANALD H. FRANK NORTHROP O. E. ROUSH WAYNE G. ROUTH Vice rresident and Cashier Comptroller COMER J. KIMBALL Executive Vice President HARRY G. RETALICK GORDON H. ROBERTSON WINTON M. WRIGHT TRUST DEPARTMENT LEE C ROBINSON Vice President and Trust Officer DAVID B. ALTER, JR. Vice President and Trust Officer DIRECTORS G. T. BAKER CHARLES G. BRAND WILLIAM C HILL CHARLES F. BALDWIN JOHN M. CARLISLE R. O. HOU8ER HARRY HOOD BASSETT CLEMENT B. CHINN COMER J. KIMBALL PRESTON B. BIRD JAMES Q. GARNER CHARLES D. LEFFLER WILEY R. REYNOLDS, JR. PAUL R. SCOTT R. D. RODABAUGH Vice President and Trust Officer J. G. LEYBOURNE RAYMOND M. MILLER WILLIAM P. MOOTY BYRON L. RAMSING GEORGE E. WHITTEN



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Mag na vox MJIW uwnxMi Authorized Soles and Scry ice MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONF 58-7575 Review Of "Man-Made Plague-A Primer On Neurosis" DR. WILLIAM G. NIEDERLAND, Author Recent interest in psychosomatics and psychiatry has produced a large number of books dealing with these subjects. And because so many of us have problems, conflicts, needs and desires which are unsolved and unfulfilled these books find wide sale. M-iny are disappointing. A new book has just corne out, however, which seems to have sensed the need and which gives to the cultured layman (as well as to members of the medical profession) at least some of the more important answers. The book "Man-Made Plague— a Primer on Neurosis" is written by Dr. William G. Niederland, a psychiatrist on the staff of Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City and is published by Renbayle House of that city. The author has the benefit of wide experience in many countries and has translated that experience into a compassionate understanding of his fellow man. In the chapter, "Man, Mind and Civilization," Dr. Niederland opens to the reader a broad concept of the cultural, social and physical environment in which our conflicts are born and grow. From this wide horizon a discussion of "Neurosis, the Hidden Pain" prepares the way for consideration of specific types of neurosis and for many interesting cases as examples of maladjusment—and their correction. The book is good scientifically and practically, which would be enough to recommend it, but it has additional qualities which enhance its value. The literary style is charming. It is warm, friendly, personal and artistic. Dr. Niederland might have been a poet had he so chosen. There is no doubt, however, that he enjoys poetry and philosophy, (which he once taught) and has a deep appreciation of the world's culture. This is evidenced by the frequent, though delicate, references throughout the book. Reading "Man-Made Plague" is like having a talk with an informed and valued friend. It is sympathetic, heartening and optimistic. This is not Dr. Niederland's first work, though it is the first published in this country. In 1933 he was awarded the annual prize by the German Medical Association for his medical research. However, he actually never received the award, having had to flee as Hitler came into power. Ironically enough, his prize paper, together with his other writings and books was burned in the N;izi literary bonfires. The author also served as professor of medical psychology at the University of Tampa. Dr. Ellwood C. Nance, president of that university says in the foreword, "Most of all I recommend this as a prescription for emotional health, psychological understanding and intellectual optimism to those who are in need of them— which includes all of us!" 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UDAY. JANUARY 14. 1949 +Jewlsli Fhrkfian PAGE THREE Kami Hebrew School bid Congregation deceives Kiddush Cup Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan of liami and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Feln of Newark, have presented kiddush cup to the Miami Herew School and Congregation. ie presentation was made to itabbi Simon April by Mrs. Nat leldan at a meeting of the conrelation held last Wednesday Evening. The cup was officially dedicated Priday evening at the late forum grvice of the congregation by Libert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Teldan, who made kiddush. Made of sterling silver on the >utside with gold inlay on the iside, the cup is unique. It is Jesigned expressly for making ciddush and every decoration on the cup symbolizes some element jf Hebrew culture. Hadassah Group Meets The Miami Beach Business and {Professional Women's Division of (Hadassah held a meeting Monday night at the Beach Y. Miss Marguerite Marx discussed "The I Life and Times of Menachem Ushisskin," founder of the Jewish National Fund, and Miss Frances Lebon discussed a work by David Schwarz, Palestinian journalist, [entitled "Jerusalem in America." Plans for the bazaar and carniIval to be held at the Y on Feb[ruary 6 were discussed at the meeting. Following the business meeting, the choral group enteri t.iined. Meeting Of Conference Of Jewish Women's Organizations Set For Thursday The quarterly meeting of the Greater Miami Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations will be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the Beth David Congregation, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., with luncheon served at noon. Theme of the meeting will be community health work and the program has been arranged by organizations devoted to community and national health projects, including: the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society, the Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home, the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver and the auxiliaries to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Speakers will include: Leo Allen, executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, who will speak on "The Need for Care of the Chronically 111 and What the Home Is Doing;" Mrs. Max Lobrin, trustee of Mt. Sinai, who will discuss the part that women will play in building the hospital; and a representative of the March of. Dimes, who will discuss the forthcoming campaign. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub is program chairman. The business meeting will be presided over by Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president. There will be a report on the community-wide SOS drive and on the contemplated year book. Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the resolutions committee, will introduce a number of reservations. Thirty-six Jewish women's organizations are now affiliated with the Greater Miami conference. Five delegates from each of these organizations will attend the quarterly meeting. Any organization desiring to join the conference may send five delegates. Luncheon will be $1.25 and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Harold Berney at 48-9827 or Mrs. Bernard Shreibell at 4-6718. B'nai B'rith Young | a t Temple Isaiah, Miss Carol Women to Meet Monday Potasnik P resident announced. _,..„,. Plans will be discussed for an Colman Zwitman Chapter, B nai I ._, — ^,i B'rith Young Women, will hold l "Aid-to-Israel" fund raising social a meeting on Monday at 8:15 p. m. function to be held in February with m & t 20h ^ as good as home-model **j$ ^ 3 other tempting varieties &f ^ with Rice • Noodles • Clear V HOROWITZ* MARGARETEN densed KOSHU CANNED CHKKIH SOUPS like all the other C **t***"" HOROWITZM A G A E T E N '"".JfA' SOW SOS Hfl CANNED CHKIEN HO DUCTS. %  = ore delicious...ove lime, work, money! cone Bureau Of Jewish Education Drafts Code Of Standards For Hebrew Teachers Frank L. Shulwolf To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schulwolf, 2111 S.W. 23rd Ave., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Frank Lewis, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Frank is a student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he has been recognized for outstanding achievement in art. He is also a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 85 of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will be held following the ceremony. The board of the Bureau of Jewish Education recently adopted a set of standards for Hebrew teachrrs and Hebrew schools in this community. In adopting these standards, the board of the Bureau of Jewish Education through its executive director, A. P. Gannes, stated that although each institution affiliated with it is autonomous and has the authority to choose its own teachers, it hopes that institutions will see the urgency and desirability of adopting the standards for the purpose of enhancing Jewish education in the community. Discussions have already begun with congregations on the adoption of the standards which include four main features: The establishment of a board of license for Hebrew teachers tc license all Hebrew teachers teaching locally. The code calls for hiring licensed teachers. A salary scale—$2600 minimum to $4500 maximum. Tenure for Hebrew teachers after fulfilling the requirements called for by code of standards. Establishment of a board of review of five individuals to review misunderstandings. These standards have been under discussion for the past two years and were carefully prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Hebrew Teach'ers Association. The bureau committee that brought in the final recommendations adopted by the bureau board consisted of David Isen, Dr. D. Andron, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, David Freedman, Max Meisel and A. P. Gannes. HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdressers 1D39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-0467, S-046B 44D E. LAB OLAB BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE 1225washington ave miami BZB To Install Officers Installation of the newly elected officers of BZB will take place tomorrow night at 7 p.m. at Erving's Restaurant. 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LY. JANUARY 14, 1949 *Jm 1st fhrkJton PAGE THIRTEEN :h Auxiliary To Jewish Home [Aged to Sponsor Dance At Copa ?* Si A HB* > Discussing plans for the annual dinner dance at Copa City are d clockwisa) the Mesdames Sarah Reymer, Eva Sepler, Sarah Mae Newman. Lillian Weisglass, Bessie Siegfried. Fanny lberg, Ann Miller, Frances Rubin. Benjamin Appel. Benjamin A. J. Plotkin, Benjamin Field, Louis Makovslcy, Anna nne, Harry Danziger, Minnie Miller Rose Chavez, Moses jer, Morris Bubler, Rose Deutsch, Lester Siepner, Samuel r. Samuel Sapiro, Joseph Kane; (standing clockwise) Dr. Celia iL the Mesdames Morris Sparber, Albert Rakoff. Max GreertSol Silverman and Charles Herzog. Benjamin Sherry, president he Miami Beach Women's _ry to the Jewish Home for |Aged, entertained the board rectors of that organization at fca last week at the Robert ter Hotel, a brief business session pre. over by Mrs. Sherry, plans he annual dinner dance to be Sunday evening, January 23, o'clock at Copa City were Ined by Mrs. Harold Spaet, chairman, /ing as co-chairman with Spaet are the Mesdames lander Kogan, Samuel Sapiro Morris Sparber. Also assistare Mrs. Joseph Kane, telene chairman; Mrs. Sol Silverticket chairman; Mrs. Benin Sherry; and all officers and rd members. rs. Sapiro was hostess to a ting of the board at her home %  day for the purpose of coning with formulation of plans Ithe dance. The board will meet to take ire of final details for the affair at the home of Mrs. Harold Spaet. For reservations to the dinner dance call Mrs. Silverman at 58-4558 or Mrs. Spaet at 5-9838. Beth El Players To Give Drama by Cantor Freedman The Beth El players, under the direction of Cantor Milton Freedr>an, will present by popular demand the third peiformance of pen Zion Ginsburg is chairi of the Food for Israel drive ding up its local campaign •r the auspices of the MiBeach District of the Zion)rganization of America. Cantor Milton Freedman Cantor Freedman's play, "Hannah and Her Seven Sons," tomorrow night at 7:45 in the new auditorium of Beth El Congregation. The cast of characters includes: Joel Polen, Harriet Schwartz, Stuart Aptaker, Roberta Werner, David Schwartz, Sheldon Hittleman, Bobby Spiegel, Fred Past Morton Grossman, Robert Brambier, Philip Abrams, Delores Chernoff, Phyllis Pearl, Roberta Mitr.ick, Martha Fisher, Karen Langer, Eunice Cook, Cynthia Rackovsky, Frances Fromm, Robert Hoffman, Harold Schwartz. Becky Rosenthal, Howard Polen. Seymour Ginsburg, Norman Ginsburg, Marvin Levine, Howard Xane, Philip Slotsky, Marlena Kravitz. Admission is free and there will be no appeals. A teen age dance will follow. LITTLE RIVER LOAN CORP. PROMPT. COURTEOUS SERVICE Loans Up To $3110.00 38 N.E. 2nd Avenue !" 780224 HOLLYWOOD FINANCE CORP. Bank Blag. Hollywood. Fla. tt 4 %  4 I r Many kids of Dede County were cured of Polio as a result of your contributions to the "March of Dimes/' R. H. SHADDICK—REALTOR 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 Alton Road. Miami Beach ROBERTSON PLUMBING CO. 1367 N. Bay shore Drive, Miami ZOBEL'S GULF SERVICE 944 5th Street. Miami Beach NORISLE SERVICE STATION 2057 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach THE COCKALORUM— Good Food & Liquor 13501 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7-9655 THOMAS J. KELLY Civil Engineer 805 Messina Ave., Coral Gables This message made possible by A. N. WHYTE General Contractor 1103 Lisbon, Coral Gables DON S. COLEMAN Solar Water Service FUTCH & ROBERTS Plumbers 7516 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami SRAEEL & JABALY 900 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach S. H. KRESS & CO. 1201 Washington Avenue Miami Beach DULANEY'S OF MIAMI BEACH, INC. 411 41st Street Miami Beach SOUTHERN TILE CO. 2500 S.W. 28th Lane. Miami TRUE COLOR PAINTERS Decorators 10920 Biscayne Blvd., Miami INGMAN MOTORS, INC. 1864 S.W. 8th Street, Miami Miami's DeSoto, Plymouth Dealer SOUTHERN WHOLESALE GROCERY CORP. 1095 N.W. 23rd Street Miami POE MOTORS 3215 N.W. 36th Street Used Cars—We Buy and Sell LA SEVILLA RESTAURANT 2000 Ponce de Leon Bird., Coral Gables R. S. McKTNLEY Plumbing Contractor 4035 Ponce de Leon Bird., Coral Gables %  V l



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I FRIDAY, JANUARY U, PAGE SIX RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox) 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes cheloff. ':. Bali n %  M San Hatt i at I %  nclude th. rture I Cora %  %  • 5. Adult Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Pi %  evening -• %  • • %  evening sen %  %  • i : Am re guest sp. tor Gt the servl • •'>' \ %  -' tut %  • : • %  %  %  I fastS I ischool M g : .' %  Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel Kelemer. evei sei • of 1 %  ., R • Kn • K Miti I hfron • | Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackTalianoff Honored V the xecutive committee •ting of the Grand Lodge Districl No. 5 of B'nai B'nth held • weekend, Dr Mauric, Go! U erg, president of District N .-,. P r sented a plaque to George J. Talianoff, retiring ditor of the Florida Regional office of the Anti-Defamation ... The ward was an. '. with an expression of the ati in t i Talianofl as ADL direcl Ai pual mi eting ol the Southtern Division, Children's Home : !•; la, will take place %  ti, Columbus Roof Monday n in Guesl %  • aker will be George T. Swartzott. Pure and Kosher is 48 1 Produet that is Truly Great Hl-Grade FoodCo. MEANS JUST THAT! For Al Berman of Hi-Grade has been in the food distributing line for many many years, building a successful business by giving storekeepers only the best meat and delicatessen products to sell to their customers that is u-hy the Bermans of Hi-Grade are exclusive distributors for SINAI KOSHER Famous Number 48 Meat Products ovsky. 5:1! This message made possible by Rivanov—Sculpture Studio 12755 N.E. 14th Avenue North Miami There is one guarantee that these products are Kosher and Pure, because they are produced by the World-Famous Sinai Kosher 48 Sausage Corporation. DEMAXD 48 ... CALL HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-7570 Phone 9-2652 • nt 4 the rh< l'or••••.'... %  • %  % %  %  os Dally 7 nd & e • %  I: sg |i Jew Maarh at i Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. service Friday .it 8 p.m p ,gtei "1 ll'i: II be | I %  I • *'H l':, • For i I. %  lourncy." W. F. It I tOW \ ARCHITECT Announces the Opening of His New Office At 6610 BISCAYXE BLVII. MIAMI Telephone 89-8979 S & H LIVE POULTRY :t20 roll ins Avenae, Miami Beaeh I'llOM 5-1102 Orders Promptly Delivered FRESH KILLED POULTRY 55c lb STRICTLY 100% KOSHER Under supervision of It alibi Moses Meseheloff and Rabbi Joseph E. Ilsukovskv A trial will eoavinro YOU YOB rin^ BC— We'll brinK it! 8AM Il.t.lSON. Proprietor



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r, JANUARY 14, 1949 -Jewls!) fhrldHan PAGE TWENTY-ONE iiral Speaks losal To Train Pilots Here [training of native Arab in the United States to them for a proposed cornairline in their homeland Illegal unless they actually combat instruction, Rear (1 Solomon S. Isquith, USN said recently at a meeting liami Beach Post No. 330, War Veterans. Theoretiie stated, the Arab nation in a state of war and the fighting in Palestine is termed an "incident." •ctired naval officer was to address the meeting |the proposal to teach Arab Is air transport flying at an ban aviation school. Commander Hylan Kout that the proposal would United States in the posiassisting the Arabian war and urged members to join jing block the plan. As a the Miami Beach post's tion to this matter, national larters of JWV is making a i-estigation in Washington. |ith, however, explained |ich training must be proved jf a military nature before be legally prevented, bein theory at least, Arabia belligerent nation. Isquith out that aviators of noncnts have always been en^ed to come to America for u and cited the Latin lean flying students here as pies. ching on current needs of ate of Israel, the former ander of the battleship USS stated that the Jewish state interest itself in shipping sea is vitually the only t means of commerce. biggest task confronting now is not the war, for the lean well take care of it, but setting as many DP's back ael as possible." The biggest back is transportation, he Iren's Home Group is Luncheon Party I.orber Chapter of the NaHome for Jewish Children ivor held a dessert luncheon nah jong and card party ?sday at 12:30 p.m. at the jh Hotel. Chairman for the was Mrs. Elyse Gladstone. ling her were Jackie King. et Jamason and Lillian Ap I Puchkoff Is Honorary Head of Histadruth LEGAL NOTICE P. Puchkoff was elected honorary president at a recent meeting of the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith of Greater Miami. Other officers selected were: J. Z. Stadlan, president; J. Cohen, Dr. M. A. Lipkind and Dr. A. Wolfson, vice presidents; W. Agranove, secretary; Mr. Dorf, treasurer. The next meeting will be held Sunday in the patio of the Spinoza Forum, 11th St. at Collins Ave. All lectures and discussions are in Hebrew and persons interested in the language are invited to attend. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11th JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 121140. CHARLES FINKEL. Plaintiff, vs. DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, Defendant. TO: DOROTHY JUNE FINKEL, 1927 Wynnefletd Terrace Apartments, Bryn Mawr and Parkside Avenues, Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for annulment filed against you by CHARLES FINKEL on or before the 17 day of January. ISOotherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day of December, 1948. E. B. LEATHHRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 12/24-31 1/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Laurel In the Pines at Dade County, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LAURENCE TISCH Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 1/14-21-28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WAYSIDE CLEANERS & LAUNDRY at 13 N. W. 36th S'treet Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RICHARD M. SNEIDER 1/14-21-28 2/4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 12146.1. JULIA WOLFF, Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL WOLFE. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: SAMUEL WOLFF, 351 Legion Street, Brooklyn, New York. You are hereby notified anil ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 7 day of Feb.. A.D. 1949; otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DATED 6 of Jan., 1349. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. A J. KAPLAN, Solicitor for Plaintiff, 1703 Congress Building, Miami, Florida. 1/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LEGAL NOTICE ROTT. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOHNNIE JASPER PARROTT General Delivery Grlmesland, North Carolina You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the BUI of Complaint for divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 25 day of January, 1949, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 23 day of December, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) .By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 12/24-31 1/7-14 to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DANIEL H. RIEGELJACOB ABRAMSON LEONARD L KIMBALL Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Bldg. 1/7-14-21-28 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi,' partnership lately subsisting between the undersigned SAM FINKELSTEIN and HARRY MICHAELS, carrying on business as Corre Oleanera itt 1622 Alton Road. Miami Be>ch, Florida, and as Normandy Isle Cleaners at 1012 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach, Florida, was on the 27th day of November, 1948, dissolved by mutual consent, and that the business of Corre Cleaners, at 1622 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida will be carried on by the said Sam Ftnkelsteln, who will pay and discharge all debts and liabilities connected with said Corre Cleaners, and receive all moneys payable to the said late firm in connection with Raid business; and that the business of Normandy Isle Cleaners at 1012 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach, Florida will be carried on by the said Harry Michaels, who will pav and discharge all debts and liabilities connected with said Normandy Isle Cleaners, and receive all moneys payable to the said late firm in connection with said business. SAM FINKEL8TEIN HARRY MIIHAELS JOSEPH W. MALEK Attomey-at-Law 1703 Congress Bldg., Miami 32. Florida 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JEWEL CREST: JEWEL CREST MANUFACTURERS: JEWEL CRES'l MANUFACTURING CO. (NON-1NCORP.) at 1573 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GABRIEL BRAUN GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 1/14-21-28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Edison Auto Supply and Tire Co. at 5902 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOE TEPPER Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 413 Congress Bldg. 1/14-21-28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of "Corre'' at 1622 Alton Road, Miami Beach Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM FINKELSTEIN JOSEPH W. MALEK Attorney-at-Law 1703 Congress Bldg. Miami 32. Florida 1,7-14-21-28 2/4 ^^___ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121822. RAY MULIERI. Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A. MULIERI, Defendant YOU, 8GT. MICHAEL A. MULIERI, HEADQUARTERS & HEADQUARTl "-, Karlef ERH BATTERY, 5th FA GROUP, I TO ; FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before the 31st day of January. A.D. 1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: This 29th day of December. A.D. 1948. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys 918 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 12/31 1/7-14-21-28 ish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) IVERY SUNDAY !:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. ERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Idish Classical Hour ERY SUNDAY |Variety of Stars in the Bst Recordings Available LSSICAL— LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC to our New Feature ish Theatre On the Air tasatir. Program Director NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of William's Beauty Salon at 130 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RETTT vlV i AN SCHWARTZ Sole Owner A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 1/14-21-28 2/4-11 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of laurel In the Palms at Dade County, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LAURENCE TISCH Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 1/14-11-28 2/4 iNNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. ILEON LA VERNE and lerica's Foremost le Impersonators tes. 9-3100 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious !" J OLD CASTLE INN at 151 SB. tad Street. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florld *' SOLOMON BARBER JOHN VUNA HRANILOVICH 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BARRI MANUFACTURERS at 3100 Northwest 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIKE BARISO ELMER GASKINS VALENTINE BUNETTA FRANK E. BOLOMON Attorney for Barri Manufacturers 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 121238. IX>UIS KARLES, Plaintiff, vs. HELEN KARLES, Defendant. 117 W. 88th Street New York City, New York You are hereby required to file an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the 21st day of January, 1949, otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against >0 Dated this 22nd day of December, 1948. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. JEAN KLEINBERG, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH KLEINBERG. Defendant. YOU JOSEPH KLEINBERG, 1936 Broadway, New York, New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before the 7th day of February, A.D. 1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso will be %  ntered against you. DATED: January 6, A.D. 1949. E 1! LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court^jal) STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN SILVER & SAKOWITZ ~:uit" 918 Beybold Building Attorneys for Plaintiff 1/7-14-21 -28 2/4 m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court |eaJ) n R icEJR Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Solicitor for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 12/24-31 1/7-14 ^rntcndtorcVlsiers^dname^th the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CoUnty Floods R MAURICE ABRAMS partners I 7-14-21-28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of All Brlte Services at 206 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorBERNARD E. HOFFMAN SANFORD WOLFE Partners SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant 1/7-14-21-21 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Al's at 6212 N.W. 18th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY MOSS ABRAHAM GOTTLIEB JOSEPH MALEK Attorney for Applicants 1/7-14-21-28 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage business und.r the fictlMoue name 0* BELD8 BEAUTY SALON *J£ E8PANOLA WAY. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA, intand to register said nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CountyFlorld*. MIRIAM COHEN RENEB ETHEL ROLNICK WASMAN. SILVER A SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicanta 12/17-14-31 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 8UPENCO at 1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. pAUL STOCKHAMMER, Sole owner HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESQ., Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 1/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NORTHWEST MILLWORKS at 7420 N.W 24th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHESTER W. CLARK JOHN H. SCHMIDT ELRY STONE Attorney for Chester W. Clark and John H. Schmidt 12A7-24-31 1/7-14 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 121296. PEARL KORNOREEN COHEN, Plaintiff, vs. BENJAMIN COHEN. DefendanL To: Benjamin Cohen, 1461 Hoe Avenue, Bronx, New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you by PEARL KORNGREEN COHEN, on or before the 27th day of January, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. Done and Ordered this 27 day of December, A.D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) .,,„„ By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. PAUL WEITZMAN Solicitor of Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida. 12/31 1/7-14-21 NOTICE TO APPEAR ,N Ti," !" rrrc ; omoFTHK n F >: CHANCERY, .No. SYLVIA BURSTEIN. Plaintiff. SAMUEL BCRSTE1N, De£njlri*You. SAMUEL BIRSTE1N, Boruce street. Newark, New ,,re notified to file your appearance U THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB Vji .VIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KV.R DALE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 1213.0. %  .,,. i,i-i>wf KIM I'la nt ff. vs. 93 Jersey. ;ir<> noimeo io m;.•>.. %  •,%  ---in the above cause for divorce un tin Rh day of February. A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be .entered against you. Dated this 3rd day of January, A.u. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) M Q ^ Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney Seybold Building 1/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SHOR'S LUNCHEONETTE and SUNDRY SHOP at 900 8outh Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to regtater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida DAVID SHOR JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Bnor s Luncheonette and Sundry Shop 12/24-Sl 1/VU-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undr the fictitious name of ONEIDA CLEANERS at 131-133 S.E. Second Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „._ ONEIDA LaRUE AQUILINO SANTOS JUAN ORTIZ FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Oneida Cleaners 12/17-24-31 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Florence Villas at 1450 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARION OSHER HYMAN KURLAN MARTHA KURLAN BERICK AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 12/24-81 1/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of M & H Market at 6747 S.W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HENRY SMALL MORRIS STOTSKY SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants 1703 Congress Bldg. ll.'8i-3l 1/7.-11-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN* FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 121427. C1IARLO DIANNE LEWIS, Plaintiff. vs. GEORGE H. LEWIS, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: GEORGE H. LEWIS 1515 Gist Street Columbia, South Carolina You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you in the above-styled cause on or before the 4 day of February. 1949; otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 5 day of January, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ & LASKY Solicitors for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami, Florida 1/7-14-21-28 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 121428. SARAH 8UTKIN. Plaintiff, vs. SAM S'UTKIN. Defendant. TO: SAM SUTKIN, 181 Legion Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce In this cause on or before the 7th day of February, 1949; otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 5th day of January, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 1/7-14-21-28 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th-t the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of Union Credit at 908 Langford Butldln... Miami. Florida, intends t~ reglrter .s.iid name with the Clerk of the Ulrcuuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MONDRES AND COMPANY 90S Langford Building tl'K-21-Sl 1/7-14



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