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The Jewish Floridian ( January 21, 1949 )

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ly C. Myers Re-elected Head IFWF At Philadelphia Parley jley C. Myers, Miami attorney, was re-elected presithe Council ot Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds th annual general assembly of the organization held in )hia last weekend. essing community desires for greater stability and participation in setting fund-raising polices, 1,jates to the assembly authe creation of a cornexplore means to achieve rposes. esolution setting up the Committee, the delegates it to report to the 1950 assembly, or earlier if It will consult with the involved in national fund the "desirability and of various proposals at the assembly, in| the possibility of a Naewish Welfare Fund. sembly, which acted upon st immediate pressing facing Jewish communpassed resolutions on the multiplicity of cam|the failure of the Interalso pointed out the deficiencies of the International Refugee Organization in meeting its obligations. A significant resolution citec" the "failure of the International Refugee Organization to meet its full responsibilities" for the care and resettlement of Jewish Displaced Persons, and called for that organization to make an "appropriate refund" to the voluntary philanthropic agencies which assumed "unjustifiably heavy burdens," since July 1, 1947. (Continued on Page 4) Federation Sets 1949 Goal At Press Time As we go to press the Board of Governors of theGreater Miami Jewish Federation is meeting to determine the goal for the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. The board is considering the recommendations of •.he budget committee which has been analyzing requests from agencies since October. Chief item of discussion will be the allocation for the United Jewish Appeal, which set its goal at $250,000,000 at its annual convention in Atlantic City last week. Last year the Greater Miami community contributed $1,000,000 to the UJA. ATLANTIC CITY, (WNS)—A goal of $250,000,000 as the 'irreducible minimum" required in 1949 for mass settlement in Israel, emigration and rehabilitation in Europe and North Africa and refugee aid in the United States, was set here at the Tenth Anniversary National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal. Adopted unanimously at the closing session by the 1.200 Jewish communal leaders who attended the conference, the resolution stated: "Under the impact of momentous events, crowned by the establishment of the State of Israel, we the representatives of Jewish communities throughout the United States, assembled at the Tenth Anniversary National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal, resolve to dedicate our hearts and resources to the mass settlement and upbuilding of Israel as a strong and inspiring bulwark of peace and freedom; to the emptying of the DP camps of all Jews before the end of 1949: to the immigration, rehabilitalio and resettlement tasks in Europe and America of this decisive year." The quota resolution concluded with the words "This is world Jewry's historic hour. This is American Jewry's historic opportunity." Action on the quota was taken after a committee on the analysis of the budgetary requirements had reported on the minimum funds needed to support the programs of the United Palestine Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans. The total needs presented to the Night Of Stars To Be Staged Here For Polio Benefit Sunday Night The Night of Stars, usually the Relief Organization to biggest event in the annual March of Dimes campaign, will be staged Sunday night in the Bayfront Park auditorium, according to an announcement by Co-Chairmen Neil Hayes and Jess Yarborough. The chairmen predicted a record turnout of stars from the entertainment field. Already the Clover Club show which includes Cab Calloway, Buddy Lester and Gracie Barrie has volunteered its tl responsibilities, liberalf the U.S. Displaced Per:, the proposed platform ral community planning and commended Presijman for his "symathetic toward Israel and dispcrsons. Julian Freeman f polis, was chairman of the an committee, -.cing great concern over >\ving multiplicity of camthe delegates adopted a on which declared that |growth "constitutes a sercat to the capacity of the >n Jewish community to ie tremendous needs, na^nd overseas." fundamentally," the redeclared, "it is harmful central Jewish communilization upon which consuccessful fund-raising, in 1948, but in the years (lust depend." problem can only be met ^ly through both local and action," the resolution On the local level, it |at "community welfare %  ve the responsibility for fng community cooperathe point where prospec^tributors will clear with Ifare funds before making tions to independent urged that, beyond this eaders of the community, lers of the welfare funds, I undertake sponsorship of dependent "drives without clearance and approval Welfare funds and that no ity act on such appeals las received authentic infh from the CJFWF. national level, the resoistructed the council to Ih appropriate agencies to |e prevention of unnecesduplicating campaigns, fdinate and merge related is, and to obtain the authentic information validity and relative relts." Daniel Shiman, NewUrman of the Nationaltelationship Committee; pM Glasser, director of rWF Institute on OverMies, had joined in callp end to the large numservices. The city planning committee of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce will handle the advance sale of tickets which are priced at 3, $6 and $10. William Frates, chairman of the Night of Stars, pointed out that the affair is especially designed to give non-night-clubbing audiences an opportunity to see some of the entertainment world's top ranking stars. Ticket booths are located in the McAllister Hotel and the University of Miami ticket office, 340 S.E. 1st St. in Miami and at the Saxony, Shelborne, Martinique, Cromwell, Kenilworth, Roney Plaza and MacFadden-Deauville hotels, and the Lincoln Cafeteria in Miami Beach. Miami Beach drive officials, headed by Mayor Marcie Liberman, reported that a booth and two "wishing wells" have been established for collections at central locations. The booth is at Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. and the wells are at Lincoln and Alton Roads and 21st St. and Collins Ave. Liberman also announced that 18 hotels have agreed to schedule events for the benefit of the March of Dimes. conference by these agencies amounted to $373,000,000 for the current year. The largest share of this sum represented the needs of tiie United Palestine Appeal in providing for the reception and settlement of no less than 180,000 refugees in Israel in 1949 and the upbuilding of the Jewish State. The government and the people of the United States will not assist Britain in any attempt that may threaten the existence of Israel, Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli representative to the United Nations, told the 1,200 delegates attending the national conference. Bitterly attacking British military manipulations against Israel and charging the British government with endangering the peace and sabotaging truce negotiations and advance the cause of peace, Eban said. He emphasized that the interests and the ideals of Israel command the Jewish state, at all times, to adhere "to our real preference, which is for peace." He added that "the peace must be founded on the true territorial and political integrity of Israel," and that it must assure to Israel and its neighbors full sovereign equality, national freedom and a place in the community of nations. Dr. Bernard Joseph, Israeli military governor of Jerusalem, revealed that the Israeli government is planning to launch a "little TVA" at a cost of approximately $200,000,000 to make the Negev a home for 300,000 Jewish refugees. The establishment of between Israel and the Arab many new settlements in that area states, Eban said: "It has been made abundantly plain to me in conferences in Washington and New York that the assistance of the United States government and people is not available for any project which threatens the existence of Israel." He expressed the hope that the attitude of the U. S. government, and of other members of the Security Council,* will discourage any development of renewal of the British threat to Israel. Israel will continue to do everything in its power to diminish the tension Bevin Reports On Palestine LONDON, (JTA)—The British Cabinet met this week to hear a report from Foreign Secretary I Ernest Bevin on the Palestine situation, in expectation of a stormy session of Parliament on the same issue. It is understood that Bevin submitted to the Cabinet an outline of the statement which he will make to Parliament to justify his net of the reports sent to him by policy. He also informed the CabiSir Oliver Franks, British Ambassador in Washington, following the latter's talk with President Truman on Palestine. A number of Laborite members of Parliament including Richard H S. Crossman, who just returned from Israel, met this week to decide on the tactics which they will follow at the coming session of the Parliament in ascailing Bevin's policy. The revolt, against Bevin is being led by Crossman. The entire morning press tms week predicted that Bevin s resignation will be demanded by a strong group of Labontes in without faced with regard to its Palestine j Briton declared that the arrival policy. of British troops at Aqaba had The Transjordan government, been reported erroneously in adinvoked the Anglo-Transjordan vance. Parliament. All papers exception, emphasized that the miscellaneous and uncoLabor government is facing the drives. Mr. Glasser had most serious challenge it ever Treaty about ten days before British troops began moving to Aqaba, Red Sea port in Transjordan, a British Foreign Office spokesman this weeK idierated. He was commenting on a charge by an Israeli spokesman that a Transjordan spokesman had claimed that his government never invoked the treaty. Evacuate Villages Held In Lebanon TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israeli forces this week evacuated four villages they held in Lebanese territory in accordance with an agreement reached last week between Jewish and Lebanese representatives providing for the release of the villages but stipulating that the Jews would retain small strips inside Lebanon required for Israel's security in that area, it was learned here. The agreement was reached after two meetings held on the IsraeliLebanese frontier. A specially prepared paper by Bevin on the R.A.F. flight over Israeli positions last week during which five British planes were shot down was circulated among Cabinet members this week, it was learned. Although the paper was written at the request of Cabinet members who asked that Fhe it deal with the government's Middle East policy, it actually is a defense of the actions of the Foreign Office during the past three weeks. Bevin is reported to emphasize that he acted in conjunction with the United States throughout the R.A.F. incident. The State Department was informed on Dec. 29, 1948, of the British intention to send R.A.F. planes over the border region to gain data on the Israeli-Egyptian situation, the report states. It also purports to quote the words of the State Department official who approved this action. The document also quotes British newspaper stories charging that the U.S. was involved in the fatal flights. has already been blueprinted and construction will begin as soon as the necessary funds can be made available, Dr. Joseph reported. He said that there are, at present, 25 Jewish settlements in the Negev which formed the backbone of the successful defense by the Israeli Army. In the next decade 300,000 Jews will be settled there, he added. Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, another major speaker, said that barring accidents, the work undertaken for the displaced Jews of Europe would be completed within three years. Warburg told the delegates that by this time next year only 30,000 Jews should remain in the DP camps—these will include people unable to go to Israel because they are ill, and those awaiting immigration to the United States and other lands. He also dwelt at great length on the plight of the Jews in North Africa. Earlier, William Rosenwald, national chairman of the U.J.A. who presided at the opening session, in a keynote address. emnha ci' o d that the U.J.A. raised more than $500,000,000 during the 10 years of its existence and said that the historic developments of the last year—including the establishment of the State of Israel and the beginning of mass immigration into the Jewish state—as well as the "wider opoprtunities" in 1949 came about as a result of the achievements of the American Jewish communities during the past 10 years. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of the European Executive Council of the J.D.C., reported that the emergency phase of relief work for Europe's Jews is practically completed and that during this year major stress will be laid on emptying the Jewish DP camps, speeding nearly 200,000 immigrants to Israel and ex(Continued on Page 4)



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I FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1949 k ** i sfr ncrldlton PAGE THREE Local Leaders Named To IDA National Council Providing leadership in this area for the program to advance human rights, five local communal leaders are now serving as members of the National Council of the Joint Defense Appeal, it' was announced last week. Florida leaders who have agreed to serve are Abe Aronovitz and Burnett Roth of Miami; Maurice Gusman and Harold Turk of Miami Beach; and Jack Kapner of West Palm Beach. Leonard L. Abess of this city is also included in the JUA lop leadership as a member of its executive committee. As members of the JDA National Council, the local leaders will join with more than 600 community representatives from all sections of the country who have enrolled to advance the twin tasks of interpreting the work of the JDA agencies to their local communities and securing the funds with which to carry on the program of extending human rights. Our Film Folk Possible adjustment of the ban on pictures written by Ben Hecht imposed throughout Great Britain by the Film Exhibitors Association is seen in the light of a recent statement by the general secretary of the organization. In a letter to United Artists executives the exhibitor head wrote: "I have no authority for making the offer, but if Ben Hecht felt like dividing his share of the profit* arising from distribution of his recent motion pictures in this country, shall we say to the British Red Cross, I could put it forward for consideration." Spain's clergy has lifted its ban on "Gentleman's Agreement," on Franco's orders, after an appeal to the latter by Eric Johnston, head of the motion picture producer's association, during his recent European trip. The picture was banned by the Spanish church censor on "moral grounds" that in Spain brotherly love shouldn't include Jews. Tamara Group To Meet A meeting of Tamara Chapter Mizrachi Women will be held Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth El. A short business meeting will be held before a review of Sholom Asch's new book, "Tale of Our People" by Mrs James Cunningham of Burdine's. Members and friends are invited. DRINK PLENTY OF CTZripure V Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE Cose of Six Table Bottles — 85c 5-Gallon Bottle 75c (Plus Bottle Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 Irving Berlin tells us: "Life is 10 percent what you make it and 90 percent how you take it." • • • Danny Kaye reminds us: "Publicity is easy to get. Just be sO successful you don't need it, and then you'll get it." • Writer Ivan Panin remarks: "One of the hardest things to remember is that mankind consists of only men and women." • • An exhibitor explained to a m?vie company this week: "Your latest picture is so bad it is ruining my popcorn business!" • After an automobile accident, in which she smashed her nose, one of our better known highsalaried actresses consulted one of our better known plastic surgeons. "Do you think you could restore my nose the way it was?" she asked. "I ought to," said the surgeon. "I've made hundreds of copies of it for other people." Al Jolson tells us he's turned down a $50,000 deal for two weeks at Copa City, Miami Beach. The proposed bid called for two weeks at that night club at $25,000 per week. The offer was made through song writer Benny Davis, who wrote the Copa's show and is staging the display. Davis argued that as long as Jolson will go to Florida on vacation, he might as well "do something that will pay his expenses." • • • The brilliant young Andre Previn is not only the youngest, but the busiest composer and conductor in the motion picture field these days. Andre, only 19 years of age, recently composed, arranged, and conducted the score for Jeanette MacDonald's new film "The Sun Comes Up" at MGM. Executive producer Dore Schary has now signed Andre to do the score of "Act Of Violence," the Van Heflin film. In addition. Previn has been assigned to compose, conduct and arrange three other million dollar films. • • Director Mervyn ("Homecoming") Le Roy is trying to work up a picture at MGM with the dialogue so loud, people can hear it over the popcorn! Mahi Shrine Temple To Present Circus Mahi Temple Shrine has announced that the famous HamidMorton three-ring circus, which plays exclusively for Shrine organizations, will appear in Miami's Orange Bowl Jan. 31 through Feb. 3. B. H. Blakey, potentate of Mahi, said the Shrine circus will be making its initial appearance here with all proceeds earmarked for under-privileged children and other charitable Shrine activities. Robin B. Mulloy, past potentate of Mahi and general chairman of the event, said the circgp will arrive the week of Jan. 24. It will consist of 30 acts which comprise a three-hour program. Among the year's big feature acts scheduled to perform will be the Cimse Troupe, daring French acrobats performing on motorcycles 90 feet in the air; Peejay Riggens in his 200-foot dive into a tank; Speedy Babbs whirling through a 50-foot ball of steel on a motorcycle; and Miss Francine Volante plunging 20 feet into space to catch a trapeze by her fingertips and then rocketing 60 feet to the ground. Lions will be put through their paces by Capt. Dick Clements and elephants will be snapped to attention by tiny Mabel Hill. Music will be furnished by the Madison Square Garden Band under the direction of Joe Basile. Two shows will be held daily except Jan. 31 when only an evening performance will be staged Matinees will be held at 3:30 p.m. and night performances at 8:20. Mulloy said all orphans and disabled veterans will be admitted free at dates to be announced. Tickets go on sale at Burdine's department store and Scottish Rite Temple Thursday. Distributed by ___, — mT-, PALM DISTRIBUTORS, 0C. 14 NX. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. I*** """ ffltffltfe vith mitio* b ^ as good as home-made! **A Oj 3 other tempting varieties .. &f ^y with Rice • Noodles • Clear V HOROWITZ* MARGARETEN condensed KOSHU CANNED CMCffft SOUPS like all tht othtr y, ^CSS!' HOROWITZM A B G A H E T E N **.*** $0(0 30SHFI CNNfD CHI(EN rlOOUCtS. Tor* deliciout...tov lima, work, money! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. 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PAS FCUB pJeiarksk**" FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 194 EDITORIAL Dynamir Judaixm •_—3 ""..".— %  .''.~.~.H ~' ,y -' %  Z.h ZZ'.Z'-'.T. "t„^.'.7v 'z '%  %  i:. :-...':.'. ,z '.ezzzy zrt z z r .'-.-.z '.'..' even .-.>.z:. Litercrte n^ resocnsii i. •:-• -v assembly r--.-.-.-3.-.~ then :z: reLgicus ec-i*--"."..". %  • %  "-. ::...' -./z.z.' those 'HZ:.Z..Z ,~Z which zr.z:z~z ictrioz 7:.h fact .z .-• z:.-. heart speaks ~z z:.v:.-.: z% S::z':~'r.:~r. '.: Cu: Nice, Ma — cl i-tr.e by recent Mexican governments which oblicsteri everv literate "-^.-E".-. bv statute to make his brother literate The .;--.: si this imaE are-side human institute CB ^ means ::: heightening DUX devotion to progress in ;.... y it has nss-.~^Tfi# Valvntinv Picture As we go to press there are encouraging sign, -.l-.e Israeli-Egyptian armistice talks at Rhodes conclude satisfactorily. There are also stronq .-i. rations that both Transjordan and Lebanon ve made serious armistice overtures. D:p^~.a':c negotiations are difficult affairs, and i outcome is always in doubt until c document :s drawn and signatures are attached. It ;r. I take much to upset the diplomatic apple. • particularly when there is someone interd in having it tipped. However, after anxious weeks of political maneuvering by Bevin, it ap7-:rr3 that the Arab states are bent on showinq : independence by making peace with Israel .-—her than to continue in war and remain at the mercy of merciless Bevin and Britain. In this connection it is interesting to note that the Arab states showed greatest willingness to r.eaotiate precisely at the moment when Bevin was at the height of his belligerency. If logic and :e~scr.ing means anything at all. the Arab peace m -ves were meant to show Britain that he: presence was as welcome in the Arab countries as in Israel. Or. the basis of latest reports wax-tom Paiestine is on the road to peace—providing, however, that there is no outside interference and pressure. Bevir.'s treachery and scheming have failed because they have been exposed. His attempts to create cr. incident" with a view to fanning the -rxrir.g tires have backfired. Our own government has played a vast rele in z:.r.z.7.z the'Arab states back to reason. It is up to Washington to keep the situation in hand. Beach Zionists To Hold Mass Meeting; Shapiro To Speak At Luncheon Club I '.I A (.on! M %  /. %  %  : • %  %  8:30 p.n 1 M:a Jew; 17 W • .Ave P Rabbi 1 '.; it of the Zionist tior 0! Ai : ex r -.-.-... American It a long b n active ii lead (both rganizal Ra M Yeshivai in N V rk a.-.-i re< ••.-.•' d tl of B.S from Colur jr. H now sen ing Congreg ti f Israel ir. Woodmere L. I, N. V. Or. L Island, Rabbi .'•'.. in the '.. %  Id I[Jew icati n In 1939, he was •. I of t: %  W 7. mittee at tt Zionist and was re-elected to th >1 a: the congj ess in B I last year. Rabi Mill one of the l< ..-. the American Je was named chairmar t>f ii -.. %  war ret on tructi n i mmitt the first ri of 1 Canto.Samuel Ki I m .of Temple Beth Sholom will -. the musical portion of I gram. Continuing with the men ship drive, Chairman David S +Jewlst) fhrttlom Pufefllhrt awry Friday ,in C e \rr, S.xth stre,t M am! •?. Florida tn M !" '! eond.eHM matter July < Th. u 1 *„*"' '-' March J. 1879 The Jewith Fior.dian hat abiorbaa WMki! W, M U mt/ .' nd ,h J 8 1 weekly, Vember of the Jewiih Tele graphle Agenc/. Seven Artt Feature •yndleat. Worldwide New, Service National Ed.tori.l Anociat-on. A mar? can Aaeoeiation of EngM.h. Jewl.h Nawap.oer.. Florid, Pra„ AtaoeUlfof. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: £"• Ye | M OO Two Vaara M -00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publliher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFHCE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 3 FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1949 TEVETH 20, 5709 : %  : • %  iary 26. Portab] -• i] •' n •.. fi y %  Harol : S .'• • M and ;•: ib v.-.; pay tnbul i %  %  %  •• in hairman of thi i • • n club i t 12:15 • • N Hotel :.: B Mvors Re-oleeted %  • : • Pagi : The resolution id not | • | ••' %  %  are of DPs as specifi '-'•••" •• N itions. It fun it the If-,', • parti ipate in t DP to] ; I•• lamation I | 15, 1948." C f| ... '-•'••'•' -' % % %  nt to 'althese policies," arid deck. nt funds availabi| the IRO are ite to act task reolutioi added: ['It is uggested that i. '• •'• I W •;. fiscal year | 14 | 50 for the IRQ be enacted ur ..-.ditior.s as will ensure I | ith regard to expenditure of funds, and that ap• • refun U be made to thi voluntary philanthropic agi n [or the basic responsibilit the IRO which they have carried since July 1, 1947, particuli the payment of transport v. costs for Jewish displaced persons to Israel since May 15, 1943." Delegates considered a prop platform for -Building the Model Jewish Community," and pa a resolution calling for an intensification of study and analysis by the CJFWF in this field, as a means of strengthening community organization. The platform, as presented to the assembly, provided guideposts %  I t ir. the: • t the ] .. • that "i ..." %  '' %  %  1 L'SNA, predicl that 1 %  He %  through the 1 : Ameri a for t : • :. in providing jobs r?es for JewI ; ns in t ith t • T: in's ttitude in nt %  iti n in 1ST tel and tent efforts to h the DP V S laili i :n a :• -.r.g session of 'A • %  r .ce nfereno n i my lecision if Henry M Jr • n the gen • I Ji %  ,'.• 1 ^50.000.000 in 1949. The matter was left open for a decision to be taken by the Joint Distribution Comittee and the United Palestine Appeal, the two major constituent agencies of the U.J.A. The resolution lauding PresiTruman expressed confidence that the President and the '" S government will continue present policy with regard to Israel. It emphasized the It appreciation" of the 1.200 delegates attending the cone "for the cooperative and sympathetic manner" in which Truman and the U.S. government have dealt "with the problems of e Jewish state" it agencies in each ordinate I %  mumi •old the to 4 :: we .... .. rebuilding our %  %  j rr.una. ; not only to m,, tl &f that we can onlworldare a v.g lions of doUars. 16 mi1 I. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder -The Jew 18 h Floridian TFVFTM a !)fl X r His E,ernal Rest n TEVETH 25th. 5699-JANUARY 16th, 1939 J *^in tUmU W* imm Refund to to£uit Soieu&i"



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FRIDAY. IANUARY 21, 1949 -Jewisfi ncridttarr PAGE FIVE Channing To Head JNF Tag Day Drive Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach consulting engineer, has been named chairman of the January 29 and 30 Tag Day for the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Channing, who served as engineer for Copa City, is a director of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club and the Jewish Social Service Bureau. He is vice president of the Professional Engineer's Association of Southeastern Florida, a member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and associate member of the Hotel Owners' Association. Assisting Channing with the Central Beach PTA To Present "Claudia" The Parent Teacher Association of the Central Beach Elementary School will present Rose Franken's "Claudia" Wednesday night at Miami Beach Senior High auditorium. In the title role is Mrs. Mitzi Fertel, formerly a John Powers and Harry Conover model. Playing opposite her is Warren Gogan, a radio major at the University of Miami. Others in the cast include: Mrs. Julie Gross, Mrs. Philip Morris. Mrs. Nathan Grumet, Mrs. David Granat, John Udrey, Hal Clark. Directing the entire production is William R. Cornell, a drama major and technical assistant for the theatres at the University of Miami. Cornell is also responsible for the sets. The committee assisting Cornell includes: the Mesdames Mark Leff, Kay Ger, Lawrence Goldberg, Philip Kramer, Mori Fremon and David Prensky. Proceeds from the performance will be used for the improvement of school facilities. Tickets are available at Condave's Music Store, Washington Ave. at 12th St. Sega!! Legislat To Run For We Seat Jules P. Channing program will be Sam Zabarsky and Mr. Dorf, co-chairmen for Miami and Mrs. Evelyn Decky and Henry Seitlin, co-chairmen for Miami Beach. Headquarters for the Tag Day will be 235 Lincoln Road. Newly-elected officers of the Jewish National Fund Council were installed at a meeting Wednesday night at the Tides Hotel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff installed the officers, who included Harold Shapiro, chairman; Samuel Prosterman, honorary chairman; Isidore Goldberg, honorary vice chaiman; Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Saul Ashkenazy, Leon Ell, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Rabbi Moses Messcheloff, vice chairmen; Sam Schachno, treasurer; Natalie Samuels, recording secretary; Mrs. Evelyn Decky, corresponding secretary; Abe Schafer, financial secretary. • Following the installation, Channing outlined the plans for Tag Day. An informal reception for the new officers followed. Men-Buy Retail at Wholesale Prices vs.. We Specialize in Forstmann Fabrics—"The World'! Finest" GENUINE FORSTMANN GRANITEEN fc JUILLIARD SILK GABARDINE SUITS • SLACKS WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT Short Rise Slacks a Specialty Austin Burke Mfrs. Outlet Men's Fine Clothes 1S28 Pennsylvania Avenue Just Off Lincoln Road, M. B. Open Mon.-Wed.-Fri. Eve. In Philadelphia Since 1908 Sidney L. Segall, prominent Miami attorney, formally announced his candidacy this week for the seat on the Dade County legislative delegation left vacant hy the death of Representative Richard Oelkers, Jr. This is Segall's first bid for public office. Segall, a former assistant attorney general of Florida, served with the department of justice lards d i v i s io n during the war. In this capacity, he aided in the acquisition o f land for Army and Navy bases. Sidney Segall Th <^ attorney, who was recently elected president of the Miami Zionist District, has previously held this office two terms. He is past secretary of Sholem Lodfio and a member of Beth David Contjreeation. Segall was twice appointed chairman of the Outstanding Citizens Project making sumed private practice here in 1946. He took an active part in the campaign of T. Frank Hobson for the state supreme court in 1947 and was one of the leaders in Governor Fuller Warren's successful campaign. He was appointed a lieutenant colonel on the governor's official staff and was present at the inaugural ceremonies. Chicago Club Conducts Installation Ceremonies Several hundred Chicagoans attended the installation of Michael M. Isenberg, local attorney, as president of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami Sunday night in the Variety Club atop the Alcazar Hotel. The ceremonies were presided over by County Solicitor Robert t R. Taylor, who was substituting for the Rev. Joseph Barth. Also elected to offices were Meyer M. Friedman, first vice president; Hylan I K o u t, second I vice president; % %  %  ••*' %  '' Maurice C. Cohn. Isenberg third vice P resi dent; Mrs. Shirley Alperstein, secretary; Alex Goldblatt, treasurer; Marion M. Goldfarb, financial secretary. Appointed to the board of governors were Chairman Max A. Schwartz, William Bairn, Dr. M. B. Cirlin, Mrs. Mark Davis, Dr. M. I. Edelman, Herb Elisburg, Mrs. J. Handelsman, Mrs. Sam Hyman, Mrs. Clara Levy, Phil Mortell, Henry Pathman, Samuel Pearlman, Mrs. Faye Tupler, Mrs. Rouben Zorebkey, David Tucker, Mrs. Jack Rosen, Mrs. Phil Rosen, David Schwartz, Mrs. Milton Shenberg and Alex A. Strauss. Film Stars To Head Plaza Theatre Yiddish Film And Stage Show Featured in the Yiddish film "The Great Advisor" at the Plaza Theatre beginning January 26, Irving Jacobson and Mae Shoenfeld will also appear in person on the stage. Best known to Yiddish playgoers for their characterization as Mr. and Mrs. "Sheptzel Schnitzel Pussel" the comedy team comes to Miami from a successful world tour. This will be tthe first appearance of the couple in this area and they may be seen for five days beginning on Wednesday. Also appearing in the screen attraction will be Yetta Zwerling and Jacob Zanger. The entire show will be presented conAIM. Institute Set For March 13 A mammoth all-day Anti-Defamation League Institute sponsored jointly by the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League and the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami is planned for March 13 at Miami Beach, E. Albert Pallot, council president, and Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL director, jointly announced. Top national ADL officials will visit the community on that date to conduct the session in cooperation with the local Florida regional ADL office. REFINED LADY If you do not like living alone and want comfortable home where you can also receive your guests, SHARE MINE 2276 S. W. 2nd St. Tel. 4-1155 -—ueopeulm MISfNTII 'INC io dniri futon 9SSte£J££l (XPCNSC. LL UMl CLAS*. lUXO TOURS lftcly trip l M turT !.."•. *JJ •"£ • n ...Hn( in IH. QUI1N U.IZHBITM *l. !" PIMSII...MlvtlM<. Ml BBME) Draperies Bed Spreads f Bead Boards 1 Cornices Made to Order I B Reasonably Priced i Quality work guaranteed I THE ORIGINAL ^ JOSEPH ]J KR AWL.SON* 704 N. 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LY, JANUARY 21. 1949 *Jewlsti fhrk/lain PAGE SEVEN ssen instruction Co. )52 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 \stimates Cheerfully Given Pianist Who Will Appear Here Pleads For One World Through Music Music is the one sure way to Europe's heart," says Eugene List, the brilliant young American pianist who will appear with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Sunday, January 23, at 4:30 p.m. and Monday, January 24, at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. STEEL ERECTING HAULING Ion* Too Large or Toe Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. IPhones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Magnavox Auihoriiea So/es and Service B'nai B'rith Women To Hold Luncheon Tuesday, February 8, is the date which has been chosen by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women for their annual fund-raising luncheon and fashion revue to be held at the Delano Hotel at noon. Proceeds from the event will be used for an eye clinic in Tel Aviv, which members of the B'nai B'rith women's groups throughout the country have established and are supporting. Subscription is ten dollars per ticket. Any member raising one hundred dollars in ads, contributions or through sale of tickets will receive a free ticket to the affair, while the grand prize, an all-expense trip to Havana, will be given to any member who brings in five hundred dollars or more. Mrs. Arthur Frishman and Mrs. Alex Libow are co-chairmen of the event. They will be assisted by the Mesdames Dave Alper, Charles Goldberg, Max A. Schwartz and Sam Goldstein. Mrs. Harry Kaufman is in charge of the program. All guests will receive as favors vials of Melody perfume, which will be provided by Mrs. William Fishborn. Clothes by Margaret Newman will be a feature of the affair. 1219 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 58-7575 EJWIN CAMPS PORT JERVIS. N. Y. Established 1919 heal Jewish Camps for Boys and llrls. Sabbath and Dietary Laws Observed. All sports, aesthetic activities. Send for Descriptive Booklet Kates: $375 for the season A. P. Schoolman, Director 231 W. 83rd ST., N. Y. 24, N. Y. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some MORE M %  w I 'l< link To Head Gables Zionists 9 Israel Food Drive Oscar Lelchuk has been named chairman of the Food for Israel Drive now being conducted by the Coral Gables Zionist District. The Gables drive was recently initiated with a series of gatherings in the homes of members. The Mes'lames Celia Goldstine, Esther Jacobsen and Sidney Sanders have already held benefit parties in their homes. Other groups plan to hold similar parties in the near future. Next meeting of the Gables District will be held Sunday, January 30, at 8 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon. Lekhuk was recently appointed chairman of the nominating committee. Serving with him as cochairmen are Morris Simon and Irving Sperling. Mrs. Morris Simon was appointed chairman of publicity with Mrs. Lester Toloff as co-chairman. In the course of two concert tours of Europe—in the spring of 194G, when List played at the International Music Festival in Prague, and again in the spring and fall of 1947—Eugene List has played for and spoken to people of all kinds and conditions, from DPs to high-ranking officials and military personnel. Wherever he appeared, he left behind the glow of friendship, even in places where it was conspicuously absent when he arrived. A music-loving State Department official, hearing List's recital in Copenhagen, realized the power of music to break down barriers and make an audience one. The demonstration at the concert's end convinced him that the young pianist was an ideal instrument for international good will. He made a proposal to List and his wife, violinist Carroll Glenn—also concertizing in Europe—to which both heartily agreed. There being no State Department channels through which to route concerts, the Army arranged for the couple to play at its chief trouble spots. "We started in Leghorn, then went to Florence and Trieste," says List, "and felt the audiences quite cool when we came on stage, but they grew enthusiastic to an almost alarming degree, as only Italian audiences can, screaming 'bis' 'bis' until we played many encores." Trieste's newspaper, Messaggero Veneto, called the concerts "a good omen to the world peace!" The Army proclaimed it a victory! "There must be a musical One World," pleads Eugene List, "and we are the nation to start it revolving." He points to the school ot young artists which has sprung up in the last decade in the United States, polished and refined to a high brilliance by competition with European artists from whom, until recently, musical America drew its standards. Now that the United States can boast this bumper crop of superior craftsmen, it is important that this side of America be shown to the world. AltaiSeltzer AI AIL DR'JG STORfS Dr. Marks To Address B. B. Luncheon Group Dr. Sidney Marks, executive secretary and director of the Zionist Organization of America, will be guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon club meeting today at 12:15 at the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Building. Dr. Marks is a political economist on Israel and the Middle East and has served as professor of law at New York University. His subject will be "Political and Economic Aspects of Israel and the Middle East." Junior League Of Y To Sponsor Sunday Dances First in a series of Sunday night dances for young adults will be held at the Miami Y on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Dances will be held every Sunday night under the auspices of the Junior League of the Miami YM-YWHA. All young adults between the ages of 21 and 35 are invited. There is no admission charge. Gables Zionist Group Conducts First Meeting Over 100 attended the inaugural meeting of the Coral Gables Zionist District on December 26 at Hillel House, at which Shepard Broad, vice president of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America, was principal speaker. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, blessed the candles and Harold George Shapiro, active in local and national Masada, spoke about the need for membership in the Zionist Orgnization. A description of the life in Israel today was given by Max Gross of Jerusalem. The speeches were followed by community singing, which was led by Robert Bergman, director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Sam Silver, president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, was guest chairman of the meeting. Refreshments were served and a social hour followed. Beth Jacob Sisterhood To Sponsor Games Party The Sisterhood of the Beth Jacob Congregation will sponsor a games party Tuesday evening for Sisterhood members, their husbands and friends at the Marseilles Hotel. Ben Kalish will act as master of ceremonies. In charge of arrangements for the affair are: the Mesdames William Stander, George Hofspiegel. J. Felt, H. Genet. D. Whitman, William Kline, Philip Pores and Louis Makovsky. Tickets may be purchased from committee members or at the synagogue office. INCOME TAX F. W. McBRIDE ALVIN A. IBA Associates 830 duPONT BLDG. 2-2154 3-7956 BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Ha. Phone 3-6866 TEMPLE ISAIAH "THE REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION OF MIAMI BEACH" 1065 DADE BOULEVARD You are cordially invited to attend the first services at our flew. Houde a$ W&teJhip, 1065 DADE BOULEVARD (Between Alton Rd. and Meridian Ave.) ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st AT 8:15 P.M. 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r, JANUARY 21. Id4$ k nis.fkjilAtr PAGE ELEVEN iiY To Conduct nits' Institutes parents' Council of the Mi-YWHA Pre-School will the first in a series of les for parents of children hschool age next Monday at 8 o'clock at the Miami TRobert M. Allen, professor chology at the University ii, will present the first in these series. All par1 children between the ages Bd 6 are invited to attnd. I'M) ami Y has been cooperat|th the psychology departnf the University of Miami |e past two years in per7 the nursery to be used as iratory for the students of niversity. Dr. Sievers and Qen of the university faculty [>een using the Miami Y Preas a center for observation finical testing for the gradttudents in the psychology fs At present there are 15 hity students working at ; Pre-School as part of their nt term schedule. Mrs. Maurrossman is the supervisor. %  t in a series of three lec[concerning the problems of aeers was begun at the Mi|y Monday evening. Miss Leach, case work super[of the Dade County Family ce Agency, is the lecturer. knts of teen age boys and [are invited to attend these res. Kt lecture will be held Monivening. list Group To Meet j A. D. Gordon Branch of the \r Zionists of America, Poale will meet Tuesday at 8:30 at the Miami Y. The prowill be on the Jewish Nakl Fund. All young men over iterested in the group are into join. Mercantile Bank Elects Officers Benjamin N. Kane was elected chairman of the board of directors of the Mercantile National Bank at a meeting of the board this week. Ed Mercer will serve as president of the bank. Other officers include: Mayor Marcie Liberman, vice president; S. W. Curry, vice president and cashier; Henry S. Lawley, vice president; D. B. Hudson, assistant vice president; Stanley N. Bookbinder, assistant cashier; J. W. O'Hara, assistant cashier. The board of directors includes: Samuel Blank, George Goldberg, Benjamin and Howard Kane, Harold Kassewitz, Liberman, Mercer, Max Orovitz and Alexander Orr, Jr. Pioneer Women's Council Announces Donor Dinner The Council of the Pioneer Women of Greater Miami announces that the organization's donor dinner will be held February 13 at 12:30 p.m. at the Colony Restaurant, Collins Ave. at 22nd St., Miami Beach. Dvorah Rothbard, first emissary from the Pioneer Women to Moatzat Hopoalot (Working Women's Council) in Israel, who just returned from her special mission, will be guest speaker. Obituaries DAVID BINDER Of 412 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, died suddenly last week. He Is survived by his wife. Rene. Services were held at Beach Memorial Chapel. MRS. HANNAH SCHWARTZ Afe 83, 2260 N.W. 60th St.. pussed away last week following a brief Illness. She is survived by five sons, among whom are Kdward of Miami and Albert of Hlaleah. and one daughter. Funeral services were held in Cordon Funeral Home. Burial took place in lit. Nebo Cemetery. ESTHER GREEN I'asM-d away in a local hospital last Week. Remains were sent to Toledo for services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. NATHAN K. FREEMAN Died suddenly. Remains wore sent t'i Cleveland for services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. HERMAN SNYDER Age 65, of 1670 S.W. 14th St., passed away last week. He was a member of Workman's Circle Branch 692. He leaves his wife, Lillian; two sons. Milton and Arnold; one daughter, Mrs. Zelda Kunst, all of Miami. Services wera held at the Gordon Funeral Home. Interment was In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. HYMAN COHEN Ae 62, of 642 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, passed away recently. He is survived by his wife. Uly. and a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Idov. Funeral services were held at the Gordon Funeral Home. Interment was la MtNebo Cemetery. MAX~DAVIDSON Age 78, 3080 S.W. 13th St.. passed away. Services were held at the Gordon Funeral Home. SAM HOCHFELSEN Age 51. of 140.". -N.W. 58th St.. passed away last week. Remains were sent to New York for services and burial by the Gordon Funeral Home. Senator To Speak At Unai II"rilh Installation State Senator R. B. (Bunn) Gautier, Jr., will be the guest of honor at the installation of the' 1949 officers of the B'nai B'rith Council at a special meeting sponsored by the Miami Beach Lodge Tuesday, February 1, at the Miami Beach Y. The young legislator will greet B'nai B'rith leaders in this community and extend congratulations to the newly elected council officers, describing work of B'nai B'rith in this area in recent years. Program chairman, David R. Isen of Miami Beach Lodge announces that B'nai B'rith members from the entire South Florida area are expected to attend the ceremonies. Harry Zukefnick will preside and the program will include a short talk by Councilman Harold Turk, a past president of the B'nai B'rith Council. Refreshments will be served by members of the Miami Beach Women's Chapter and other Beach women's auxiliaries. *3W WIN Y*T ira. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Free Sons Of Israel Auxiliary To Meet Plans are being made for the first annual donor's luncheon of the Louis D. Brandeis auxiliary, Free Sons of Israel, to be held at noon Feb. 15 in the President Madison Hotel, Miami Beach. Proceeds from the event will go to the Miami Cerebral Palsy Clinic for new equipment. [Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade I* Large stock of monuments on display for Immediate delivery In all Jewish cemeteries. | • Serving the leading Jewish families In this area since 1926. Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $38.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES OPEN SUNDAV8 PHONE 4-24 MRS. BESSIE GOLDSTEIN Ae M. of lblu l'eiinnylvunla Ave., passed away in a Miami Beach hospital on January 11. 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JANUARY 21. 1949 -Ji-nlsMkiMkiri PAGE THIRTEEN lie Isaiah To Conduct First :e In New Quarters Tonight Isaiah, the reform Jew(•egation of Miami Beach, been involved in litigaits location, has found ters at the Miami Beach luilding, 1065 Dade Blvd. lold its first service there it 8:15 p.m. Topic for jab's first sermon in the krters will be "A New Life." iami Beach Realty Buildnew structure and can te a large number of |ers. It is modern in deis centrally located, emple, which has been ig services at 4925 Col., recently became the a zoning suit when the Transportation System, New York City, which Is a winter home for its Daniel G. Arnstein, he Temple, filed a comthe United States Disjrt seeking an injunction (continuation of services [rounds that the religious were in violation of the estrictions, which limit of the property to one residences. The suit that "large crowds," father as a congregation," }ise and great traffic conhundreds of automozhich disturbs Arnstein. aplaint named as co-deand co-owners of the Herman E. Kohen and lesnick. Isaiah first began holdices on June 11, 1948, on uses at 4925 Collins Ave., the courtesy of Sam Kay served with legal papers 6mber 7. Since this time Jen seeking a new locaiduct its religious serv|d religious school. The officers maintained that tre not violating the city ordinance because there j provision made anywhere [zoning code for a house hip and, therefore, they at a church, temple or lue had the right to be [anywhere within the city The congregation also led that its service was in orderly, dignified manthat the persons who athe services could not be fed "crowds," but worwho parked their cars [streets and in an orderly attended the house of Shapiro, president of | Isaiah, stated "we are still bpinion that we have not plating the zoning laws, ire we been creating a at our Collins Ave. lo)ut we have felt that we /ant to become embroiled party to a rezoning acuch in no way concerns (old premises were merely ^ry quarters and we had stay there long enough to create a building fund and then build a permanent temple elsewhere. However, we are very happy to have found new quarters and hope to stay there until such time as we can build our own edifice." Alfred Kreisler, who represented the Temple in the lawsuit, stated that he would take immediate steps to have a stipulation entered into between all the parties concerned for a dismissal of the injunction proceedings. Julius Jay Perlmutter, chairman of the housing committee of the Temple, stated "for some time past we have been advertising by newspaper, radio, and word of mouth that we were seeking a new location. We thank the many organizations and institutions who offered their quarters to us and are particularly grateful to the members of the Miami Beach Realty Board for their kindness in permitting us to use the beautiful auditorium which they have on the second floor of their building located on Dade Blvd. near Alton Rd. We are all greatly indebted to Mark Smith of the Keyes Co., who suggested and worked to get us this location." Membership Parley Slated By ZOA For Beach Sunday Delegates from West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Coral Gables, Miami and Miami Beach are expected to attend the South Florida Membership Mobilization Conference of the Zionist Organization of America to be held at the St. Moritz Hotel in Miami Beach Sunday at 1 p.m. Principal speaker will be Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the national ZOA administrative council who has recently returned from a trip to Israel. A film strip depicting the various ZOA projects and recordings GIVE "nai ll'riih FUND DRIVE KJTH TRAINING No Refund Lives Up To Family Name No Refund, overlooked and snubbed quite often by the wagering public because his twin brother, Beachcomber, is world champion and generally steals the show, keeps rolling on like old man river, winning Derby titles, breaking track records and threatening world marks. Last year, while Beachcomber piled up a string of victories, it was No Refund who came whistling through to capture both the West Flagler and Biscayne Derby crowns. And only recently at West Flagler, the darting son of More Taxes and Soapy Hands, slashed the Flagler track record for 5-16th of a mile and came within a hairline margin of equalling the world record. No Refund ran the 5-16th course in 30 9-10th seconds, clipping l-10th of a second off the track record and became the first greyhound in the history of the popular Miami canine oval to run the distance under 31 seconds flat. The record of 31 flat was previously held by that immortal star, Flashy Sir, now retired from racing and in stud. The time marked up by No Refund missed the world record by only l-10th of a second. However, in a three-dog match West Flagler has another great stretch runner who probably could outrun both Beachcomber and No Refund. He is Air Brakes a greyhound which last year lost many a race because he checked the turns. The Noah and Noah racer seems to have eliminated this costly error and while still, somewhat of a wide runner, he is judged one of the best stretch runners in the area. Great things are predicted for this fleet racer before the 1949 West Flagler Kennel club meeting comes to a close. Rabbi Irving Miller of speeches made by Ambassador Jorge-Garcia Granados of Guatemala and U. N. representative Abba Eban of Israel will be a feature of the meeting. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of ZOA, who came to Miami to assist I. R. Goodman of Miami Beach with the conference, installed the newly elected officers of the Miami Zionist District last night. Those who took office were: Sidney L. Segall, president; Jerome H. Weinkle and Harry Gordon, vice presidents; Sanford M. Swerdlin, recording secretary; Herman Siegal, financial secretary; and Louis Falk, treasurer. W. F. BROWN ARCHITECT Announces the Opening of His New Office At 6610 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Telephone 89-8979 PALM VEGETARIAN and DAIRY RESTAURANT Collins Avenue at 8th St, Miami Beach BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER SERVING THE SAME DELICIOUS FOOD Under the Same Management AIR CONDITIONED ZEIGLER & SCHANDLER. Mgt. SPECIAL PLANE FLIGHT SBAJM s 50 TO NEW YORK LEAVE MIAMI SUNDAY A.M. JU P lu TICKETS DELIVERED TO YOU ANYWHERE CALL MRS. ROBERTSON — 2-6027 310 N. W. 7th Street IN MIAMI BEACH SPACE AVAILABLE FOR Manufacturing — Wholesaling NEW MODERN FIREPROOF ELEVATOR BUILDING SUITABLE FOR Showrooms, Shops or Offices AS LOW AS $50.00 Per Month CALL 5-4100 THE GREATER MIAMI V A All IIAK ASHR1 111 The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Organized by the following Congregations and their Rabbis: Miami Beach Jewish Community Center—Rabbi I. Lehrman Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi L. Kronish Beth El Congregation—Rabbi M. Grauer Beth David Congregation—Rabbi M. Shapiro Congregation Beth Tfilah—Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky for the public welfare of the Jewish community to assist them in matters appertaining to Kashruth, furnishes the following "KASHRUTH GUIDE" as a free service to the public: Miami Beach Berman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave. Bleicher's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 505 Meridian Ave. S. & H. Live Poultry, 320 Collins Ave. Malter's Live Poultry, 436 Collins Ave. Royal Packing Meat Co., 515 Collins Ave. (Wholesale Only) Norman Kaplan's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 552 Washington Ave. Lobel's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave. Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St. Hoffman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way Miami N. W. Section Ideal Live Poultry Inc., 155 N.W. 5th St. (Wholesale Only) Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 153 N.W. 5th St. Florida National Kosher Provision, 230 N.W. 5th St. National Kosher Meat & Poultry Co., 230 N.W. 5th St. Miami S.W. Section Sam's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 322 S.W. 12th Ave. Quality Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1961 S.W. 8th St. B. & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S.W. 22nd Ave. Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S.W. 27th Ave. Perril's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 5108 S.W. 8th St. Sam's Live Poultry Market, 2011 S.W. 8th St. (Poultry Only) Miami N.E. Section Florida Wholesale, 50 N.E. 14th St. (Wholesale Only) Coral Way Section Malter's Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way South Miami Section Adler's Poultry Farm, 853 Sunset Drive (Wholesale Only) Look for the sign of the G.M.V.H. in the meat market before you buy your Kosher product. Look for the G.M.V.H. ring on the chicken before you buy in any live poultry market. The sign of G.M.V.H. is your assurance for Kashruth. For any information about Kashruth call Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky. Director of the G.M.V.H.. at 5-3595. Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. A. M. Bear, Vice Pres. S. Lobel. 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)AY, JANUARY 21. 1949 +. Jen 1st) ftcr/dtor) PAGE FIFTEEN ibbi Katz Reports That Jewish Youth tow Growing Desire To Become Rabbis growing desire among Jewish luth to serve the Jewish comjnity as rabbis was noted by ibbi Robert L. Katz, director of lissions and field activities of Hebrew Union College—JewInstitute of Religion of Cininati and New York. [Rabbi Katz, who has just comletod a 2,500-mile swing through [ichigan, Ohio, New York State Ud Massachusetts, declared that a interest in the rabbinate was Epecially evident among U. S. hmy and Navy veterans who hv action in World War II. [Despite the increasing interest Judaism among Jewish young tople, Rabbi Katz said, "there jtill a severe questioning of the istitutional form of the synajgue. Our youth still stands aloof rom the synagogue as a moving id inspiring way of life." He jtcd that the pull of medicine a career is still very strong jove all the other vocational loices facing Jewish youth. While many young people are stcrested in various aspects of %  wish life," Rabbi Katz declared, they have a stereotype of the abbi as an aloof and ethereal perwho is not touched by or jncerned with the ordinary and fital stream of American Jewish Ife." The stereotype of the rabbi as unapproachable, cloistered cholar, Rabbi Katz said, would ^ot persist if our program of reliious education gave our youngters a realistic picture of modern Jewish life. "Certainly it is not true," he kidded, "that the Liberal rabbinate |s aloof. Graduates of the Hebrew Jnion College-Jewish Institute of teligion are participating actively in the social, educational, economic and political life of the community. They are in many places playing a leading role in the improvement of the conditions of life because they are aware that the spiritual needs of the Jewish congregation cannot be separated from everyday living." Beth Sholom Men's Club To Hold Social Evening The Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom will sponsor a Sunday evening social in the patio of the temple at 8 p.m., announced Abe Solosko, president. A number of top flight entertainers will appear as guest artists. The program has been arranged by Jules Channing, chairman of the program committee. Doctor Moves Optical School To Miami Dr. Harold Rollins, professor emeritus in the Science of Applied Optics, has recently transferred his school from Boston, Mass., to Miami. Dr. Rollins announces that he has changed the name of the school to Pan-American Institute of Optitcs, Inc., and that it will be located at 149 N.E. 2nd St. The doctor will conduct two classes daily, a morning class for American students in technical optics and ophthalmic dispensing and an afternoon class for LatinAmerican students in optometry (eye refraction) and ophthalmic dispensing. Afternoon classes will be conducted in Spanish and English. Dr. Rollins holds degrees from American and foreign universities. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the New Hampshire Academy of Science. In conjunction with the school of optics, Dr. Rollins will conduct an optical dispensary where the public may obtain complete optical service at a very moderate cost. Installation Of Golden Age Club Set For Feb. 6 Isaac Englander, president of the Golden Age Club of the Miami Y, announces that the second annual installation of the organization will be held on Sunday evening, February 6, at the Miami Y. A special installation committee has been appointed and further details will be announced at a later date. Willie Howard Dies In !\'.Y. At 62 NEW YORK—Willie Howard, 62, one of the all-time greats of vaudeville and the broadway way musical stage of the Ziegfeld era, died last week in Polyclinic hospital after an illness of six weeks. Born Willie Levkowitz in Neustadt, Germany, the son of a Jewish cantor, Howard starred in shows produced by Ziegfeld, Earl Carroll and George White. INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Account! Handled Limited to Securities Listed on the New York Stock Exchange NATHAN ABRAHAM P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11, Fla. News brief More than a hundred people attended the installation ceremonies held by the Miami Fashion Council last week in the McAllister Hotel. Morton Leon became president of the organization and will be assisted by Paul Jablon, first vice president; Mrs. Ann Jacobson, second vice president; Marin Kuman, secretary; and Norman Burger, treasurer. Jack Perper is managing director of the council. Normandy Riding Club Has Weekly Sessions The Normandy School horseback riding club meets Monday at the North Miami Stables for its weekly riding session. Participants include Michael Kaufman, Howard Small, Jim Marrow, Abner Wasserstein, Ellen Sinsley, Arnold Davis, Bob Dunn, Elaine Stockhamer, June Weiss, Arthur Eiberson, Phyllis Cohen and Sonia Zacharia. MARCH OF DIMES UM1IT 1411 IHl NTTIOHII fliDIIO FOli. IfcfHTIll TMUSIS C. K. HYATT—GROCER 527 N.E. 125th Street. Miami PLANTS & SHRUBS For Sale Reasonable JOSEPH MELNICK 1252 N. W. 33rd St. TeL 3-7115 ANNA H'AIMS CONDENSED BORSCHT LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES, distributor 165 N.E. 24th Street, Miami 37, Florida Miami JWV To Sponsor [Gables Sabbath Service Miami post of the Jewish War fVeterans and the ladies* auxiliary vill sponsor regiAar Sabbath eve %  services held by the Coral Gables Ijewish Center for patients and %  the public at Pratt Veterans Hos|pital Chapel tonight at 8 o'clock. The post's honor guard, the |only such unit in the state, will present the colors. Mrs. Sidney lorn, president of the ladies' %  auxiliary, will bless the Sabbath lights and the auxiliary will serve %  at the Oneg Shabbat social which jollows the service. Director Robert Bergman of the Jewish Center has announced as |r,is subject "The Legacy of the %  Jewish Soldier—from the Bible JLO Haganah." The public has been %  invited. Commander of the Milami post of the Jewish War Veterans is Obbie Rosenthal, who will participate in the services. PAN AMERICAN BANK MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Are. Ph.3-2667 OFFICERS P. J. SERRALLES President and Chairman of Board T. A. DAVIS. Jr. First and Executive Vice President EDUARDO MORALES Vice President E. A. GERARD Vice President J. M. GARCIA Vice President W. C. PAYNE Vice President and Cashier G. D. FAHRNER Assistant Vice President W. E. BOYD Assistant Cashier C. H. McINTlRE Assistant Cashier and Auditor J. L. HALL Assistant Cashier F. P. LYONS Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES Chairman of Board and President J. L. CABASSA First Vice Chairman K. S. KEYES Second Vice Chairman GUILLERMO CABRERA Sugar Producer T. A. DAVIS. Jr. Executive Vice President SHELBY P. LANGSTON President, Uingston ft Co., Inc. Insurance WILLIAM LIEBOW Hotel Operator R. J. MARSHBURN President, Margaret Ann Super Markets. Inc. EDUARDO MORALES Vic* President J. A. ROIG President, Fellsmere Sugar Producers Association G. H. SALLEY Hunt ft Bailey. Attorney*. Counsel for Bank M. M. WEISS ITuMlfllt Toolty-Myron St4t* of MIAMI, FLORIDA Pan American Bank Building 117 N. E. Firii Avenue Statement of Condition AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1948 RESOURCES Cash $ 4,116,736.78 Government Bonds 5,107.791.08 State, County and Municipal Bonds 1,446,444.31 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 30.000.00 Obligations Fully Guaranteed by U. S. Government 1,673,245.34 Loans and Discounts Secured 2,061,355.82 Business and Other Unsecured Loans and Discounts Customers' Liability, Letters of Credit Accruals and Others Assets TOTAL RESOURCES. 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LAY. JANUARY 21, 1949 +Jewist) tk>rkttan PAGE SEVENTEEN mdeis University To Inaugurate lult Education Program This Spring randeis University, in the ig of the first year of its hiswill inaugurate an adult edion program with four series jctures, it was announced by Vhram L. Sachar, first presiof the nation's first Jewishsored non-sectatrian uni|ty. ic spring program launches according^to Dr. Sachar will fa comprehensive and everan.iing adult education prosponsored by Brandeis as a rihution to the intellectual f the community. The prowill not have any specific ha.ian or vocational value; its let.ve will be fulfilled if the lence gains some previously lown intellectual or spiritual r.ts. The program is designed pral to both those who have %  degeres and those with little jal education. The only re;ment is that knowledge be d as an end in itself. The |1 of the lectures will be high never forbidding." Mured in the program will series of five lectures en, "Moulders of 20th CenIdeology." Scheduled to date Itl.is series are Sidney Hook, of the department of philosoNL-W York University, who discuss Karl Marx; Hans Smith College, who will be mod with the work of OsSpengler; Max Lerner, auand lecturer, whose subject He theories of Thorstein Veband T. V. Smith, formerly the University of Chicago presently at Syracuse Unifity, who will discuss the phil|hy of John Dewey. The lecwill not only give a critical sition of the man's work, but also make an evaluation of npact upon the present inCtual climate. ue program will also include Sachar and two members of Brandeis faculty who will give a series of five lectures. I Ludwig Lewisohn, professor [comparative literature and l-known author and critic latest work, the two-vol"Life of Goethe," to be pubpd shortly, will discuss Goethe Shakespeare. Milton Hindus, pant professor of English who to Brandeis from the Uniity of Chicago and was form|with the New School of Social arch will lecture on the works of Turgenev, Tosltoy, 'Dostoyevsky, Proust and Celine. The scope of Dr. Sachar's lectures, which will be concerned with Jewish history, has not as yet been determined. His "History of the Jews," a classic in the field, is in its 13lh printing. The committee which developed the program was under the chairmanship of Milton Hindus. Hindus stated that the committee felt that adult education is among the most important unfinished business of American education. The program will get underway the last week in March and the four series will run concurrently through April. The lectures, to be held on the university's campus, will be given on two evenings of the week with two lectures scheduled for different hours of the same evening. Dates and time will be announced in the near future. AJC Women To Meet The Miami Chapter Women's Division, American Jewish Congress will hold its next meeting on Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Beth David synagogue. The meeting will be in the form of a Jewish musical festival which will include pantomimes by Miss Louise Einhorn and vocal selections by Mrs. Jerry Goldman who will be accompanied by Mrs. Michael Covin. Mrs. Alex Steibel will play for community singing. Hollywood B'nai B'rith Youth Group Meets A meeting of the Hollywood Chapter, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, was held at the Jewish Community Center last Thursday evening. A welcome was extended to Leonard Robbins, local attorney, recently appointed lodge representative advisor. Morton Reiss was appointed program chairman for the ensuing year. Plans were discussed for the sponsorship of a joint meeting with the Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge on Wednesday evening, February 16. Guest speaker will be Gilbert Balkin, Anti-Defamation League director, who will also exhibit motion pictures on the work of the league. A Riding Club was formed, with riding sessions to be held on Sunday mornings. Among events scheduled for the near future is an old-fashioned spelling bee with young men's and young women's teams. Following the business meeting, a "What's My Name?" quiz show I was held, with Morton Reiss act!ing as chairman and Anna Dan'.iels, senior advisor, as judge. Winning contestant was Leonard Satz, with Alan Silbert as runner-up. CiMiitmimiminimjmimiiiiil'mciiWBiiumiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiHiimitiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimmiiiin^ Mendelsohn's s !" £ !" Restaurant I 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE TELEPHONE 5-9085 AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Free Parking in Rear :iiiiiimminimiiiiiBimiiii i i iiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiir'iimiiiiiiiiiiHiiiriiiiimi]|iiiliiiiiiiii l i>iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiimimitiiiiii!iin:nominiin:iiiiiiiiiiii>iitmiiniMmni? 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Then like all monomaniacs, the invalid loses sense of reality. He thinks the whole world agrees with his phobia. His self interest suffers as he plunges into crime. He acts to his own detriment, yet cannot change his conduct nor modify his idee fixe. Hitler's Psychosis The best example of the neurotic Judeomaniac is the late unlamented Adolf Shickelgruber Hitler. In his psychosis, he became convinced that tne entire world was in complete accord with his insane libido to exterminate Jewry. His associates have reported some strange conversations. When told of strong protests by Christians in other lands, Hitler would burst into livid rage and yell that such demonstrations were due to Jewish bribery. Yet no thoughtful observer would deny the connection between Hitler's Jewish neurosis and the present ruin of Germany, together with the consequent decline of Europe. Bevin's Neurosis With such a horrifying example before his very eyes, one would imagine Ernest Bevin would pause and think. But the neurotic antiSemite is incapable of clear analysis when it concerns the fetish that entangles his emotions. Bevin's policy towards Palestine and Israel is astounding for a statesman, who supposedly is trained neither to love nor hate—simply to think. It has been disclosed that during school days, the boy Ernest displayed some violent antipathies to Jews. But in politics he learned the art of mealy mouthing—to say unctuously what he neither believes nor intends to carry out. As for honesty, Bevin has admitted stealing during his poverty. So it was no great soul struggle to make pre-election speeches for a Jewish Commonwealth. But as soon as the Socialist Labor Party was elected, he revealed himself a true Judenfresser. The test came only too soon. The end of the war disclosed that 6,000,000 Jews had been murdered. About 250,000 survivors were in the Nazi built camps waiting to be fed, clothed and sheltered by the U. S. Army of Occupation. President Truman humbly requested Britain to admit 100,000 of them to enter Palestine. Only a psychopathic anti-Semite could have given Bevin's callous and vulgar reply, "The Jews are always trying to get at the head of the queue." (Goebbles had said, "The Jews are entirely too arrogant," while they were being tortured in every S. S. Brown cell of Germany.) His Queer Palestine Policy Bevin redeemed his campaign promises by terrorizing the Jews in Palestine. Churchill raised the question in Parliament: Why was it necessary to spend $800,000,000 to maintain 100,000 British soldiers in tiny Palestine (more than in all India)? The ignorant longshoreman did not deign to reply. His hatred blinded him to the danger of antagonizing public opinion in the U. S. He woke up one morning to hear Senators asking the annoying question: Does Britain use the $3,800,000,000 American loan to suppress the Jews in Palestine? Bevin's course now suggested the bruising tactics of a labor boss crushing opposition within his union. As soon as the U. N. voted partition, he began to intrigue with Arabs from the 7 neighboring states to invade Palestine. Bevin's idea of maintaining law and order in a mandated territory was to disarm the Jews and turn over British guns and equipment to Arab aggressors. Refugees packed in leaky hulks furtively prowling near the coast of Palestine were captured and imprisoned in concentration camps on Cypress. The D.P.'s of the Exodus were sent back to the Nazi camps in Germany. Chivalrous Britain furnished soldiers and armaments to the Arabs who outnumbered the Jews 50 to 1. Mr. Bevin threw every possible monkey wrench into the U.N. machine to obstruct and impede recognition of the new State of Israel. When Egypt, thoroughly beaten, was ready to sue for peace, this Socialist statesmen instigated the exploiting feudal Effendis to keep up the war of aggression and invasion. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 21, 1949

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
22NUMBER 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
J A Goal For 1949 Is $250,000,000
>y C. Myers Re-elected Head
IFWF At Philadelphia Parley
jley C. Myers, Miami attorney, was re-elected presi-
the Council ot Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds
th annual general assembly of the organization held in
)hia last weekend.
essing community desires for greater stability and
participation in setting
fund-raising polices, 1,-
jates to the assembly au-
the creation of a corn-
explore means to achieve
rposes.
esolution setting up the
Committee, the delegates
it to report to the 1950
assembly, or earlier if
It will consult with the
involved in national fund
the "desirability and
' of various proposals
at the assembly, in-
| the possibility of a Na-
ewish Welfare Fund.
sembly, which acted upon
st immediate pressing
facing Jewish commun-
passed resolutions on the
multiplicity of cam-
|the failure of the Inter-
also pointed out the deficiencies
of the International Refugee Or-
ganization in meeting its obliga-
tions.
A significant resolution citec"
the "failure of the International
Refugee Organization to meet its
full responsibilities" for the care
and resettlement of Jewish Dis-
placed Persons, and called for
that organization to make an "ap-
propriate refund" to the voluntary
philanthropic agencies which as-
sumed "unjustifiably heavy bur-
dens," since July 1, 1947.
(Continued on Page 4)
Federation
Sets 1949 Goal
At Press Time
As we go to press the Board
of Governors of the- Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is
meeting to determine the goal
for the 1949 Combined Jewish
Appeal. The board is consider-
ing the recommendations of
.he budget committee which
has been analyzing requests
from agencies since October.
Chief item of discussion will
be the allocation for the United
Jewish Appeal, which set its
goal at $250,000,000 at its an-
nual convention in Atlantic
City last week. Last year the
Greater Miami community con-
tributed $1,000,000 to the UJA.
ATLANTIC CITY, (WNS)A goal of $250,000,000 as the 'irre-
ducible minimum" required in 1949 for mass settlement in Israel,
emigration and rehabilitation in Europe and North Africa and refugee
aid in the United States, was set here at the Tenth Anniversary
National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal.
Adopted unanimously at the closing session by the 1.200
Jewish communal leaders who attended the conference, the
resolution stated: "Under the impact of momentous events,
crowned by the establishment of the State of Israel, we the
representatives of Jewish communities throughout the United
States, assembled at the Tenth Anniversary National Confer-
ence of the United Jewish Appeal, resolve to dedicate our hearts
and resources to the mass settlement and upbuilding of Israel as
a strong and inspiring bulwark of peace and freedom; to the
emptying of the DP camps of all Jews before the end of 1949:
to the immigration, rehabilitalio and resettlement tasks in Europe
and America of this decisive year." The quota resolution con-
cluded with the words "This is world Jewry's historic hour. This
is American Jewry's historic opportunity."
Action on the quota was taken after a committee on the analysis
of the budgetary requirements had reported on the minimum funds
needed to support the programs of the United Palestine Appeal,
Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans.
The total needs presented to the
Night Of Stars To Be Staged Here
For Polio Benefit Sunday Night
The Night of Stars, usually the
Relief Organization to biggest event in the annual March
of Dimes campaign, will be staged
Sunday night in the Bayfront
Park auditorium, according to an
announcement by Co-Chairmen
Neil Hayes and Jess Yarborough.
The chairmen predicted a rec-
ord turnout of stars from the en-
tertainment field. Already the
Clover Club show which includes
Cab Calloway, Buddy Lester and
Gracie Barrie has volunteered its
tl responsibilities, liberal-
f the U.S. Displaced Per-
:, the proposed platform
ral community planning
and commended Presi-
jman for his "symathetic
toward Israel and dis-
pcrsons. Julian Freemanf
polis, was chairman of the
an committee,
-.cing great concern over
>\ving multiplicity of cam-
the delegates adopted a
on which declared that
|growth "constitutes a se-
rcat to the capacity of the
>n Jewish community to
ie tremendous needs, na-
^nd overseas."
fundamentally," the re-
declared, "it is harmful
central Jewish communi-
lization upon which con-
successful fund-raising,
in 1948, but in the years
(lust depend."
problem can only be met
^ly through both local and
action," the resolution
On the local level, it
|at "community welfare
ve the responsibility for
fng community coopera-
the point where prospec-
^tributors will clear with
Ifare funds before making
tions to independent
urged that, beyond this
eaders of the community,
lers of the welfare funds,
I undertake sponsorship of
dependent "drives without
clearance and approval
Welfare funds and that no
ity act on such appeals
las received authentic in-
fh from the CJFWF.
national level, the reso-
istructed the council to
Ih appropriate agencies to
|e prevention of unneces-
duplicating campaigns,
fdinate and merge related
is, and to obtain the
authentic information
validity and relative re-
lts."
Daniel Shiman, New-
Urman of the National-
telationship Committee;
pM Glasser, director of
rWF Institute on Over-
Mies, had joined in call-
p end to the large num-
services.
The city planning committee of
the Miami Junior Chamber of
Commerce will handle the ad-
vance sale of tickets which are
priced at 3, $6 and $10.
William Frates, chairman of the
Night of Stars, pointed out that
the affair is especially designed
to give non-night-clubbing audi-
ences an opportunity to see some
of the entertainment world's top
ranking stars.
Ticket booths are located in
the McAllister Hotel and the Uni-
versity of Miami ticket office, 340
S.E. 1st St. in Miami and at the
Saxony, Shelborne, Martinique,
Cromwell, Kenilworth, Roney
Plaza and MacFadden-Deauville
hotels, and the Lincoln Cafeteria
in Miami Beach.
Miami Beach drive officials,
headed by Mayor Marcie Liber-
man, reported that a booth and
two "wishing wells" have been
established for collections at cen-
tral locations. The booth is at
Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave.
and the wells are at Lincoln and
Alton Roads and 21st St. and
Collins Ave.
Liberman also announced that
18 hotels have agreed to schedule
events for the benefit of the
March of Dimes.
conference by these agencies
amounted to $373,000,000 for the
current year. The largest share
of this sum represented the needs
of tiie United Palestine Appeal in
providing for the reception and
settlement of no less than 180,000
refugees in Israel in 1949 and the
upbuilding of the Jewish State.
The government and the people
of the United States will not as-
sist Britain in any attempt that
may threaten the existence of Is-
rael, Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli
representative to the United Na-
tions, told the 1,200 delegates at-
tending the national conference.
Bitterly attacking British mili-
tary manipulations against Israel
and charging the British govern-
ment with endangering the peace
and sabotaging truce negotiations
and advance the cause of peace,
Eban said. He emphasized that
the interests and the ideals of
Israel command the Jewish state,
at all times, to adhere "to our
real preference, which is for
peace." He added that "the peace
must be founded on the true terri-
torial and political integrity of
Israel," and that it must assure to
Israel and its neighbors full sov-
ereign equality, national freedom
and a place in the community of
nations.
Dr. Bernard Joseph, Israeli mil-
itary governor of Jerusalem, re-
vealed that the Israeli govern-
ment is planning to launch a
"little TVA" at a cost of approxi-
mately $200,000,000 to make the
Negev a home for 300,000 Jewish
refugees. The establishment of
between Israel and the Arab many new settlements in that area
states, Eban said: "It has been
made abundantly plain to me in
conferences in Washington and
New York that the assistance of
the United States government and
people is not available for any
project which threatens the exist-
ence of Israel."
He expressed the hope that the
attitude of the U. S. government,
and of other members of the Se-
curity Council,* will discourage
any development of renewal of
the British threat to Israel. Israel
will continue to do everything in
its power to diminish the tension
Bevin Reports On Palestine
LONDON, (JTA)The British
Cabinet met this week to hear a
report from Foreign Secretary
I Ernest Bevin on the Palestine sit-
uation, in expectation of a stormy
session of Parliament on the same
issue.
It is understood that Bevin sub-
mitted to the Cabinet an outline
of the statement which he will
make to Parliament to justify his
net of the reports sent to him by
policy. He also informed the Cabi-
Sir Oliver Franks, British Am-
bassador in Washington, follow-
ing the latter's talk with Presi-
dent Truman on Palestine.
A number of Laborite members
of Parliament including Richard
H S. Crossman, who just re-
turned from Israel, met this week
to decide on the tactics which
they will follow at the coming
session of the Parliament in as-
cailing Bevin's policy. The revolt,
against Bevin is being led by
Crossman.
The entire morning press tms
week predicted that Bevin s
resignation will be demanded by
a strong group of Labontes in
without
faced with regard to its Palestine j Briton declared that the arrival
policy. of British troops at Aqaba had
The Transjordan government, been reported erroneously in ad-
invoked the Anglo-Transjordan vance.
Parliament. All papers
- exception, emphasized that the
miscellaneous and unco- Labor government is facing the
" drives. Mr. Glasser had most serious challenge it ever
Treaty about ten days before
British troops began moving to
Aqaba, Red Sea port in Trans-
jordan, a British Foreign Office
spokesman this weeK idierated.
He was commenting on a charge
by an Israeli spokesman that a
Transjordan spokesman had
claimed that his government
never invoked the treaty.
Evacuate Villages
Held In Lebanon
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Israeli
forces this week evacuated four
villages they held in Lebanese
territory in accordance with an
agreement reached last week be-
tween Jewish and Lebanese re-
presentatives providing for the
release of the villages but stip-
ulating that the Jews would re-
tain small strips inside Lebanon
required for Israel's security in
that area, it was learned here.
The agreement was reached after
two meetings held on the Israeli-
Lebanese frontier.
A specially prepared paper by
Bevin on the R.A.F. flight over
Israeli positions last week during
which five British planes were
shot down was circulated among
Cabinet members this week, it
was learned. Although the paper
was written at the request of
Cabinet members who asked that
Fhe it deal with the government's
Middle East policy, it actually is
a defense of the actions of the
Foreign Office during the past
three weeks.
Bevin is reported to emphasize
that he acted in conjunction with
the United States throughout the
R.A.F. incident. The State Depart-
ment was informed on Dec. 29,
1948, of the British intention to
send R.A.F. planes over the border
region to gain data on the Is-
raeli-Egyptian situation, the re-
port states. It also purports to
quote the words of the State De-
partment official who approved
this action. The document also
quotes British newspaper stories
charging that the U.S. was in-
volved in the fatal flights.
has already been blueprinted and
construction will begin as soon
as the necessary funds can be
made available, Dr. Joseph re-
ported.
He said that there are, at pres-
ent, 25 Jewish settlements in the
Negev which formed the back-
bone of the successful defense by
the Israeli Army. In the next de-
cade 300,000 Jews will be settled
there, he added.
Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
man of the Joint Distribution
Committee, another major speak-
er, said that barring accidents, the
work undertaken for the displaced
Jews of Europe would be com-
pleted within three years. War-
burg told the delegates that by
this time next year only 30,000
Jews should remain in the DP
campsthese will include people
unable to go to Israel because
they are ill, and those awaiting
immigration to the United States
and other lands. He also dwelt
at great length on the plight of
the Jews in North Africa.
Earlier, William Rosenwald, na-
tional chairman of the U.J.A. who
presided at the opening session,
in a keynote address. emnhaci-'od
that the U.J.A. raised more than
$500,000,000 during the 10 years
of its existence and said that the
historic developments of the last
yearincluding the establishment
of the State of Israel and the be-
ginning of mass immigration into
the Jewish stateas well as the
"wider opoprtunities" in 1949
came about as a result of the
achievements of the American
Jewish communities during the
past 10 years.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chair-
man of the European Executive
Council of the J.D.C., reported
that the emergency phase of re-
lief work for Europe's Jews is
practically completed and that
during this year major stress will
be laid on emptying the Jewish
DP camps, speeding nearly 200,-
000 immigrants to Israel and ex-
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Local Leaders Named
To IDA National Council
Providing leadership in this
area for the program to advance
human rights, five local com-
munal leaders are now serving as
members of the National Council
of the Joint Defense Appeal, it'
was announced last week.
Florida leaders who have agreed
to serve are Abe Aronovitz and
Burnett Roth of Miami; Maurice
Gusman and Harold Turk of Mi-
ami Beach; and Jack Kapner of
West Palm Beach. Leonard L.
Abess of this city is also in-
cluded in the JUA lop leadership
as a member of its executive com-
mittee.
As members of the JDA Nation-
al Council, the local leaders will
join with more than 600 commun-
ity representatives from all sec-
tions of the country who have en-
rolled to advance the twin tasks
of interpreting the work of the
JDA agencies to their local com-
munities and securing the funds
with which to carry on the pro-
gram of extending human rights.
Our Film Folk
Possible adjustment of the ban
on pictures written by Ben Hecht
imposed throughout Great Britain
by the Film Exhibitors Associa-
tion is seen in the light of a re-
cent statement by the general sec-
retary of the organization. In a
letter to United Artists execu-
tives the exhibitor head wrote:
"I have no authority for making
the offer, but if Ben Hecht felt
like dividing his share of the pro-
fit* arising from distribution of
his recent motion pictures in this
country, shall we say to the Brit-
ish Red Cross, I could put it for-
ward for consideration."
Spain's clergy has lifted its ban
on "Gentleman's Agreement," on
Franco's orders, after an appeal
to the latter by Eric Johnston,
head of the motion picture pro-
ducer's association, during his re-
cent European trip. The picture
was banned by the Spanish church
censor on "moral grounds" that
in Spain brotherly love shouldn't
include Jews. -
Tamara Group To Meet
A meeting of Tamara Chapter
Mizrachi Women will be held
Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at Tem-
ple Beth El. A short business
meeting will be held before a re-
view of Sholom Asch's new book,
"Tale of Our People" by Mrs
James Cunningham of Burdine's.
Members and friends are invited.
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10 percent what you make it and
90 percent how you take it."

Danny Kaye reminds us: "Pub-
licity is easy to get. Just be sO
successful you don't need it, and
then you'll get it."
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Writer Ivan Panin remarks:
"One of the hardest things to re-
member is that mankind consists
of only men and women."
*
An exhibitor explained to a
m?vie company this week: "Your
latest picture is so bad it is ruin-
ing my popcorn business!"
*
After an automobile accident,
in which she smashed her nose,
one of our better known high-
salaried actresses consulted one
of our better known plastic sur-
geons. "Do you think you could
restore my nose the way it was?"
she asked. "I ought to," said the
surgeon. "I've made hundreds of
copies of it for other people."

Al Jolson tells us he's turned
down a $50,000 deal for two weeks
at Copa City, Miami Beach. The
proposed bid called for two weeks
at that night club at $25,000 per
week. The offer was made through
song writer Benny Davis, who
wrote the Copa's show and is stag-
ing the display. Davis argued that
as long as Jolson will go to Flor-
ida on vacation, he might as well
"do something that will pay his
expenses."

The brilliant young Andre Pre-
vin is not only the youngest, but
the busiest composer and con-
ductor in the motion picture field
these days. Andre, only 19 years
of age, recently composed, ar-
ranged, and conducted the score
for Jeanette MacDonald's new
film "The Sun Comes Up" at
MGM. Executive producer Dore
Schary has now signed Andre to
do the score of "Act Of Violence,"
the Van Heflin film. In addition.
Previn has been assigned to com-
pose, conduct and arrange three
other million dollar films.

Director Mervyn ("Homecom-
ing") Le Roy is trying to work
up a picture at MGM with the
dialogue so loud, people can hear
it over the popcorn!
Mahi Shrine Temple
To Present Circus
Mahi Temple Shrine has an-
nounced that the famous Hamid-
Morton three-ring circus, which
plays exclusively for Shrine or-
ganizations, will appear in Miami's
Orange Bowl Jan. 31 through
Feb. 3.
B. H. Blakey, potentate of Mahi,
said the Shrine circus will be
making its initial appearance here
with all proceeds earmarked for
under-privileged children and
other charitable Shrine activities.
Robin B. Mulloy, past potentate
of Mahi and general chairman of
the event, said the circgp will ar-
rive the week of Jan. 24. It will
consist of 30 acts which comprise
a three-hour program.
Among the year's big feature
acts scheduled to perform will be
the Cimse Troupe, daring French
acrobats performing on motor-
cycles 90 feet in the air; Peejay
Riggens in his 200-foot dive into
a tank; Speedy Babbs whirling
through a 50-foot ball of steel on
a motorcycle; and Miss Francine
Volante plunging 20 feet into
space to catch a trapeze by her
fingertips and then rocketing 60
feet to the ground.
Lions will be put through their
paces by Capt. Dick Clements and
elephants will be snapped to at-
tention by tiny Mabel Hill. Music
will be furnished by the Madison
Square Garden Band under the
direction of Joe Basile.
Two shows will be held daily
except Jan. 31 when only an eve-
ning performance will be staged
Matinees will be held at 3:30 p.m.
and night performances at 8:20.
Mulloy said all orphans and
disabled veterans will be ad-
mitted free at dates to be an-
nounced. Tickets go on sale at
Burdine's department store and
Scottish Rite Temple Thursday.
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As we go to press there are encouraging sign,
-.l-.e Israeli-Egyptian armistice talks at Rhodes
conclude satisfactorily. There are also stronq
.-i.rations that both Transjordan and Lebanon
ve made serious armistice overtures.
D:p^~.a':c negotiations are difficult affairs, and
i outcome is always in doubt until c docu-
ment :s drawn and signatures are attached. It
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7-:rr3 that the Arab states are bent on showinq
: independence by making peace with Israel
.-her than to continue in war and remain at the
mercy of merciless Bevin and Britain.
In this connection it is interesting to note that
the Arab states showed greatest willingness to
r.eaotiate precisely at the moment when Bevin
was at the height of his belligerency. If logic and
:e~scr.ing means anything at all. the Arab peace
m -ves were meant to show Britain that he: pres-
ence was as welcome in the Arab countries as
in Israel.
Or. the basis of latest reports wax-tom Paiestine
is on the road to peaceproviding, however, that
there is no outside interference and pressure.
Bevir.'s treachery and scheming have failed be-
cause they have been exposed. His attempts to
create cr. incident" with a view to fanning the
-rxrir.g tires have backfired.
Our own government has played a vast rele in
z:.r.z.7.z the'Arab states back to reason. It is up
to Washington to keep the situation in hand.
Beach Zionists To Hold Mass Meeting;
Shapiro To Speak At Luncheon Club
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since July 1, 1947, particuli
the payment of transport v.
costs for Jewish displaced persons
to Israel since May 15, 1943."
Delegates considered a prop
platform for -Building the Model
Jewish Community," and pa
a resolution calling for an intensi-
fication of study and analysis by
the CJFWF in this field, as a
means of strengthening commun-
ity organization.
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Appeal, the two major constitu-
ent agencies of the U.J.A.
The resolution lauding Presi-
Truman expressed confid-
ence that the President and the
'" S government will continue
present policy with regard
to Israel. It emphasized the
It appreciation" of the
1.200 delegates attending the con-
e "for the cooperative and
sympathetic manner" in which
Truman and the U.S. government
have dealt "with the problems of
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PAGE FIVE
Channing To Head
JNF Tag Day Drive
Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach
consulting engineer, has been
named chairman of the January
29 and 30 Tag Day for the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami.
Channing, who served as engi-
neer for Copa City, is a director
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, Temple Beth Sholom Men's
Club and the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau. He is vice president of
the Professional Engineer's As-
sociation of Southeastern Florida,
a member of the Junior Chamber
of Commerce and associate mem-
ber of the Hotel Owners' Associa-
tion.
Assisting Channing with the
Central Beach PTA
To Present "Claudia"
The Parent Teacher Association
of the Central Beach Elementary
School will present Rose Frank-
en's "Claudia" Wednesday night
at Miami Beach Senior High audi-
torium.
In the title role is Mrs. Mitzi
Fertel, formerly a John Powers
and Harry Conover model. Play-
ing opposite her is Warren Gogan,
a radio major at the University
of Miami.
Others in the cast include: Mrs.
Julie Gross, Mrs. Philip Morris.
Mrs. Nathan Grumet, Mrs. David
Granat, John Udrey, Hal Clark.
Directing the entire production
is William R. Cornell, a drama
major and technical assistant for
the theatres at the University of
Miami. Cornell is also responsible
for the sets.
The committee assisting Cornell
includes: the Mesdames Mark
Leff, Kay Ger, Lawrence Gold-
berg, Philip Kramer, Mori Fre-
mon and David Prensky.
Proceeds from the performance
will be used for the improvement
of school facilities. Tickets are
available at Condave's Music
Store, Washington Ave. at 12th St.
Sega!!
Legislat
To Run For
We Seat
Jules P. Channing
program will be Sam Zabarsky
and Mr. Dorf, co-chairmen for
Miami and Mrs. Evelyn Decky and
Henry Seitlin, co-chairmen for
Miami Beach.
Headquarters for the Tag Day
will be 235 Lincoln Road.
Newly-elected officers of the
Jewish National Fund Council
were installed at a meeting Wed-
nesday night at the Tides Hotel.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff in-
stalled the officers, who included
Harold Shapiro, chairman; Sam-
uel Prosterman, honorary chair-
man; Isidore Goldberg, honorary
vice chaiman; Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
Saul Ashkenazy, Leon Ell, Ben
Zion Ginsberg, Rabbi Moses Mes-
scheloff, vice chairmen; Sam
Schachno, treasurer; Natalie Sam-
uels, recording secretary; Mrs.
Evelyn Decky, corresponding sec-
retary; Abe Schafer, financial sec-
retary.
Following the installation,
Channing outlined the plans for
Tag Day.
An informal reception for the
new officers followed.
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Sidney L. Segall, prominent Mi-
ami attorney, formally announced
his candidacy this week for the
seat on the Dade County legisla-
tive delegation left vacant hy the
death of Representative Richard
Oelkers, Jr. This is Segall's first
bid for public office.
Segall, a former assistant at-
torney general of
Florida, served
with the depart-
ment of justice
lards d i v i s io n
during the war.
In this capacity,
he aided in the
acquisition o f
land for Army
and Navy bases.
Sidney Segall Th<^ attorney,
who was recently
elected president of the Miami
Zionist District, has previously
held this office two terms. He is
past secretary of Sholem Lodfio
and a member of Beth David Con-
tjreeation. Segall was twice ap-
pointed chairman of the Out-
standing Citizens Project making
sumed private practice here in
1946. He took an active part in
the campaign of T. Frank Hobson
for the state supreme court in
1947 and was one of the leaders
in Governor Fuller Warren's suc-
cessful campaign. He was ap-
pointed a lieutenant colonel on
the governor's official staff and
was present at the inaugural
ceremonies.
Chicago Club Conducts
Installation Ceremonies
Several hundred Chicagoans at-
tended the installation of Michael
M. Isenberg, local attorney, as
president of the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami Sunday night in
the Variety Club atop the Alcazar
Hotel.
The ceremonies were presided
over by County Solicitor Robert
t R. Taylor, who
was substituting
for the Rev. Jos-
eph Barth.
Also elected to
offices were
Meyer M. Fried-
man, first vice
president; Hylan
I K o u t, second
I vice president;
**''' Maurice C. Cohn.
Isenberg third vice Presi'
dent; Mrs. Shir-
ley Alperstein, secretary; Alex
Goldblatt, treasurer; Marion M.
Goldfarb, financial secretary.
Appointed to the board of gov-
ernors were Chairman Max A.
Schwartz, William Bairn, Dr. M.
B. Cirlin, Mrs. Mark Davis, Dr.
M. I. Edelman, Herb Elisburg,
Mrs. J. Handelsman, Mrs. Sam
Hyman, Mrs. Clara Levy, Phil
Mortell, Henry Pathman, Samuel
Pearlman, Mrs. Faye Tupler, Mrs.
Rouben Zorebkey, David Tucker,
Mrs. Jack Rosen, Mrs. Phil Rosen,
David Schwartz, Mrs. Milton
Shenberg and Alex A. Strauss.
Film Stars To Head
Plaza Theatre Yiddish
Film And Stage Show
Featured in the Yiddish film
"The Great Advisor" at the Plaza
Theatre beginning January 26,
Irving Jacobson and Mae Shoen-
feld will also appear in person on
the stage. Best known to Yiddish
playgoers for their characteriza-
tion as Mr. and Mrs. "Sheptzel
Schnitzel Pussel" the comedy
team comes to Miami from a suc-
cessful world tour. This will be
tthe first appearance of the couple
in this area and they may be seen
for five days beginning on Wed-
nesday. Also appearing in the
screen attraction will be Yetta
Zwerling and Jacob Zanger. The
entire show will be presented con-
AIM. Institute
Set For March 13
A mammoth all-day Anti-De-
famation League Institute spon-
sored jointly by the Florida Re-
gional Office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League and the B'nai B'rith
Council of Greater Miami is plan-
ned for March 13 at Miami Beach,
E. Albert Pallot, council president,
and Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida
ADL director, jointly announced.
Top national ADL officials will
visit the community on that date
to conduct the session in coopera-
tion with the local Florida region-
al ADL office.
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Jure Recognition
PARIS, (JTA)France decided
to grant Israel de jure recogni-
tion three weeks ago, but has
been waiting for some sign of
recognition of Israel from the
Arabs because of the fact that
the French Empire is to a great
extent composed of Moslems, a
Foreign Ministry spokesman an-
nounced here this week. He said
that formal negotiation between
the Arab states and Israel is the
kind or recognition for which the
French government is looking.
tinuously from 2 o'clock until
an annual award to Dade County midnight,
citizen serving most meritorously. I ---------------------__
Segall has announced that his
platform will include: full sup-
port for the drive to obtain a
state medical college for Dade
County; cooperation in Fuller
Warren's proposed flood control
project; concerted effort to obtain
state support for an adequate
sewer and sewage svstem for Mi-
ami; state aid to cities for park
and playground development.
Born in Tampa in 1907, Segall
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Segall, who moved to Miami three
years after his birth. He was a
student in Miami schools and at-
tended the Universities of Florida
and Illinois before receiving his
Bachelor of Law from North-
western.
Segall, who began his law prac-
tice in Miami in 1933, was first
associated with Attorney J. M.
Flowers and later became the
partner of County Solicitor Rob-
ert R. Taylor.
After his service with the De-
partment of Justice, Segall re-
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Music is the one sure way to
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pianist who will appear with the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra Sunday, January 23, at
4:30 p.m. and Monday, January
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Tuesday, February 8, is the date
which has been chosen by the
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women for their annual
fund-raising luncheon and fashion
revue to be held at the Delano
Hotel at noon.
Proceeds from the event will be
used for an eye clinic in Tel Aviv,
which members of the B'nai B'rith
women's groups throughout the
country have established and are
supporting. Subscription is ten
dollars per ticket.
Any member raising one hun-
dred dollars in ads, contributions
or through sale of tickets will re-
ceive a free ticket to the affair,
while the grand prize, an all-ex-
pense trip to Havana, will be
given to any member who brings
in five hundred dollars or more.
Mrs. Arthur Frishman and Mrs.
Alex Libow are co-chairmen of
the event. They will be assisted
by the Mesdames Dave Alper,
Charles Goldberg, Max A.
Schwartz and Sam Goldstein. Mrs.
Harry Kaufman is in charge of
the program.
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vials of Melody perfume, which
will be provided by Mrs. William
Fishborn. Clothes by Margaret
Newman will be a feature of the
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Gables Zionists9
Israel Food Drive
Oscar Lelchuk has been named
chairman of the Food for Israel
Drive now being conducted by
the Coral Gables Zionist District.
The Gables drive was recently
initiated with a series of gather-
ings in the homes of members.
The Mes'lames Celia Goldstine,
Esther Jacobsen and Sidney
Sanders have already held bene-
fit parties in their homes. Other
groups plan to hold similar parties
in the near future.
Next meeting of the Gables Dis-
trict will be held Sunday, Jan-
uary 30, at 8 p.m. at the Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon.
Lekhuk was recently appointed
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee. Serving with him as co-
chairmen are Morris Simon and
Irving Sperling. Mrs. Morris Si-
mon was appointed chairman of
publicity with Mrs. Lester Toloff
as co-chairman.
In the course of two concert
tours of Europein the spring of
194G, when List played at the
International Music Festival in
Prague, and again in the spring
and fall of 1947Eugene List has
played for and spoken to people
of all kinds and conditions, from
DPs to high-ranking officials and
military personnel. Wherever he
appeared, he left behind the glow
of friendship, even in places where
it was conspicuously absent when
he arrived.
A music-loving State Depart-
ment official, hearing List's re-
cital in Copenhagen, realized the
power of music to break down
barriers and make an audience
one. The demonstration at the
concert's end convinced him that
the young pianist was an ideal
instrument for international good
will. He made a proposal to List
and his wife, violinist Carroll
Glennalso concertizing in Eu-
ropeto which both heartily
agreed.
There being no State Depart-
ment channels through which to
route concerts, the Army arranged
for the couple to play at its chief
trouble spots. "We started in Leg-
horn, then went to Florence and
Trieste," says List, "and felt the
audiences quite cool when we
came on stage, but they grew en-
thusiastic to an almost alarming
degree, as only Italian audiences
can, screaming 'bis' 'bis' until we
played many encores."
Trieste's newspaper, Messag-
gero Veneto, called the concerts
"a good omen to the world peace!"
The Army proclaimed it a vic-
tory!
"There must be a musical One
World," pleads Eugene List, "and
we are the nation to start it re-
volving." He points to the school
ot young artists which has sprung
up in the last decade in the United
States, polished and refined to a
high brilliance by competition
with European artists from whom,
until recently, musical America
drew its standards. Now that the
United States can boast this
bumper crop of superior crafts-
men, it is important that this side
of America be shown to the
world.

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Dr. Marks To Address
B. B. Luncheon Group
Dr. Sidney Marks, executive
secretary and director of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, will
be guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon club
meeting today at 12:15 at the
Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold
Building.
Dr. Marks is a political econom-
ist on Israel and the Middle East
and has served as professor of law
at New York University.
His subject will be "Political
and Economic Aspects of Israel
and the Middle East."
Junior League Of Y To
Sponsor Sunday Dances
First in a series of Sunday night
dances for young adults will be
held at the Miami Y on Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Dances will be held every Sun-
day night under the auspices of
the Junior League of the Miami
YM-YWHA. All young adults be-
tween the ages of 21 and 35 are
invited. There is no admission
charge.
Gables Zionist
Group Conducts
First Meeting
Over 100 attended the in-
augural meeting of the Coral
Gables Zionist District on Decem-
ber 26 at Hillel House, at which
Shepard Broad, vice president of
the Southeastern Region of the
Zionist Organization of America,
was principal speaker.
Dr. Donald Michelson, director
of the Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami, blessed the
candles and Harold George Shap-
iro, active in local and national
Masada, spoke about the need for
membership in the Zionist Or-
gnization. A description of the life
in Israel today was given by Max
Gross of Jerusalem.
The speeches were followed by
community singing, which was led
by Robert Bergman, director of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Sam Silver, president of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, was
guest chairman of the meeting.
Refreshments were served and a
social hour followed.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
To Sponsor Games Party
The Sisterhood of the Beth
Jacob Congregation will sponsor
a games party Tuesday evening
for Sisterhood members, their
husbands and friends at the Mar-
seilles Hotel.
Ben Kalish will act as master
of ceremonies.
In charge of arrangements for
the affair are: the Mesdames Wil-
liam Stander, George Hofspiegel.
J. Felt, H. Genet. D. Whitman,
William Kline, Philip Pores and
Louis Makovsky.
Tickets may be purchased from
committee members or at the
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Johny Pancoe
Ihny Pancoe To
fed Meyer Becker
Tie betrothal of Miss Johny
fticin' to Meyer Becker, son of
J^ and Mrs. Joseph Becker, In-
lapolis, has been annuonced
iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
[Pancoe, 327 28th St., Miami
ich. Miss Pancoe attended the
diversity of Miami,
le bride-elect has set May 26
.he date of her marriage in
licago.
federation Will
[old Youth Rally
|A mass youth rally sponsored
the Young Adult Unit of the
teater Miami Jewish Federation
^11 be held Sunday, February 6,
7:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
I Movies depicting the work of
\e UJA in Europe and the State
Israel will be shown. Norman
bhiff, associate chairman of the
Rational Youth Advisory Council
the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, will be the principal
?aker. Hugh McDonald, fighter
the Haganah Forces, has also
en invited to participate in the
sgram.
Refreshments, music and danc-
ig will round out the program,
Jarry Smith, who is arranging
le rally, announced. There will
no solicitation of funds.
Assisting Smith with the rally
re Lou Rosenberg and Elaine
Imith. Others working in tht-
[oung Adult Unit include Irving
pypen, chairman, Ethel Hoffman,
aul Genet, Selma Lewish, Jos-
?th Singer, Paul Nadelman, Ruth
Simmerman and Joe Malek.
Rosalie Taylor
Rosalie Taylor To
Wed Norman Arkin
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Taylor,
3917 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
of their daugnter, Rosalie, to Nor-
man a: nui, son of the Joseph
Arkins o' Miami Beach.
Miss Taylor is a graduate of
Miami Tecl nical High school and
Mr. Ai! from (' rgia Tech.
Daddies' Club Of Hebrew
Academy Is Organized
Ben Zion Ginsburg, local Zion-
ist leader, was unanimously elect-
ed provisional president of the
Fathers' Club of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, which had its initial meet-
ing Sunaay morning at Raphael's
Restaurant. Dr. Irwin Makovsky
and Manuel Jacobson will serve
as co-chairmen of arrangements.
Purpose of the club is to co-
ordinate the activities planned by
the Hebrew Academy and to give
the membership an opportunity to
met with each other in a social
manner.
Friedman Installs
Daytona B'nai B'rith
Officers At Mass Meet
Milton A. Friedman, president
of the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, attended the first
Florida Anti-Defamation League
workshop in Daytona Beach last
weekend.
While in Daytona, Friedman in-
stalled officers of the Judah P.
Benjamin Lodge, the ladies' auxi-
liary and two B'nai B'rith youth
groups at a mass meeting of the
Jewish community in the Princess
Iseena Hotel Sunday night.
Other Miamians who attended
the ADL workshop were Gilbert
Balkin, A. J. Kaplan, Burnett
Roth, George J. Talianoff, Frieda
Schiffman, Irving Saal.
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B'nai B'rith
FUND DRIVE
INTERFAITH
Irene Ehrlich
Irene Ehrlich To
Join June Brides
A June wedding is planned by
Miss Irene Ehrlich, whose engage-
ment to William I. Small, was
recently announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M.
Ehrlich, 1293 N.W. 42nd St. Mr.
Small is the son of the Clarence
Browns, 2742 N.W. 20th St. The
bride-elect is a student at Miami
Jackson High school and her fi-
ance was graduated from Miami
Technical High school.
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The group v.... | olam
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PAGE ELEVEN
iiY To Conduct
nits' Institutes
parents' Council of the Mi-
-YWHA Pre-School will
the first in a series of
les for parents of children
hschool age next Monday
at 8 o'clock at the Miami
TRobert M. Allen, professor
chology at the University
ii, will present the first
in these series. All par-
1 children between the ages
Bd 6 are invited to attnd.
I'M) ami Y has been cooperat-
|th the psychology depart-
nf the University of Miami
|e past two years in per-
7 the nursery to be used as
iratory for the students of
niversity. Dr. Sievers and
Qen of the university faculty
[>een using the Miami Y Pre-
as a center for observation
finical testing for the grad-
ttudents in the psychology
fs At present there are 15
hity students working at
; Pre-School as part of their
nt term schedule. Mrs. Maur-
rossman is the supervisor.
t in a series of three lec-
[concerning the problems of
aeers was begun at the Mi-
|y Monday evening. Miss
Leach, case work super-
[of the Dade County Family
ce Agency, is the lecturer.
knts of teen age boys and
[are invited to attend these
res.
Kt lecture will be held Mon-
ivening.
list Group To Meet
j A. D. Gordon Branch of the
\r Zionists of America, Poale
will meet Tuesday at 8:30
' at the Miami Y. The pro-
will be on the Jewish Na-
kl Fund. All young men over
iterested in the group are in-
to join.
Mercantile Bank
Elects Officers
Benjamin N. Kane was elected
chairman of the board of directors
of the Mercantile National Bank
at a meeting of the board this
week. Ed Mercer will serve as
president of the bank.
Other officers include: Mayor
Marcie Liberman, vice president;
S. W. Curry, vice president and
cashier; Henry S. Lawley, vice
president; D. B. Hudson, assistant
vice president; Stanley N. Book-
binder, assistant cashier; J. W.
O'Hara, assistant cashier.
The board of directors includes:
Samuel Blank, George Goldberg,
Benjamin and Howard Kane, Har-
old Kassewitz, Liberman, Mercer,
Max Orovitz and Alexander Orr,
Jr.
Pioneer Women's Council
Announces Donor Dinner
The Council of the Pioneer
Women of Greater Miami an-
nounces that the organization's
donor dinner will be held Feb-
ruary 13 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Colony Restaurant, Collins Ave.
at 22nd St., Miami Beach.
Dvorah Rothbard, first emis-
sary from the Pioneer Women to
Moatzat Hopoalot (Working Wom-
en's Council) in Israel, who just
returned from her special mis-
sion, will be guest speaker.
Obituaries
DAVID BINDER
Of 412 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
died suddenly last week. He Is sur-
vived by his wife. Rene. Services were
held at Beach Memorial Chapel.
MRS. HANNAH SCHWARTZ
Afe 83, 2260 N.W. 60th St.. pussed
away last week following a brief Ill-
ness. She is survived by five sons,
among whom are Kdward of Miami
and Albert of Hlaleah. and one
daughter. Funeral services were held
in Cordon Funeral Home. Burial took
place in lit. Nebo Cemetery.
ESTHER GREEN
I'asM-d away in a local hospital last
Week. Remains were sent to Toledo
for services and interment by the
Beach Memorial Chapel.
NATHAN K. FREEMAN
Died suddenly. Remains wore sent
t'i Cleveland for services and inter-
ment by the Beach Memorial Chapel.
HERMAN SNYDER
Age 65, of 1670 S.W. 14th St., passed
away last week. He was a member of
Workman's Circle Branch 692. He
leaves his wife, Lillian; two sons.
Milton and Arnold; one daughter, Mrs.
Zelda Kunst, all of Miami. Services
wera held at the Gordon Funeral
Home. Interment was In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
HYMAN COHEN
Ae 62, of 642 Jefferson Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, passed away recently. He
is survived by his wife. Uly. and a
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Idov. Funeral
services were held at the Gordon
Funeral Home. Interment was la Mt-
Nebo Cemetery.
MAX~DAVIDSON
Age 78, 3080 S.W. 13th St.. passed
away. Services were held at the Gor-
don Funeral Home.
SAM HOCHFELSEN
Age 51. of 140.". -N.W. 58th St..
passed away last week. Remains were
sent to New York for services and
burial by the Gordon Funeral Home.
Senator To Speak
At Unai II"rilh
Installation
State Senator R. B. (Bunn)
Gautier, Jr., will be the guest of
honor at the installation of the'
1949 officers of the B'nai B'rith
Council at a special meeting spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Lodge
Tuesday, February 1, at the Mi-
ami Beach Y.
The young legislator will greet
B'nai B'rith leaders in this com-
munity and extend congratula-
tions to the newly elected council
officers, describing work of B'nai
B'rith in this area in recent years.
Program chairman, David R. Isen
of Miami Beach Lodge announces
that B'nai B'rith members from
the entire South Florida area are
expected to attend the ceremonies.
Harry Zukefnick will preside
and the program will include a
short talk by Councilman Harold
Turk, a past president of the B'nai
B'rith Council.
Refreshments will be served by
members of the Miami Beach
Women's Chapter and other Beach
women's auxiliaries.
*3W WIN y*t ira.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Free Sons Of Israel
Auxiliary To Meet
Plans are being made for the
first annual donor's luncheon of
the Louis D. Brandeis auxiliary,
Free Sons of Israel, to be held at
noon Feb. 15 in the President
Madison Hotel, Miami Beach.
Proceeds from the event will
go to the Miami Cerebral Palsy
Clinic for new equipment.
[Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
I* Large stock of monu-
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Immediate delivery In
all Jewish cemeteries.
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MRS. BESSIE GOLDSTEIN
Ae M. of lblu l'eiinnylvunla Ave.,
passed away in a Miami Beach hos-
pital on January 11. She leaves her
nusband, Louis; one son, Martin; one
daughter. Mrs. Sadie Schless. HaTViOM
weio held at the Riverside Memorial
Chapel with Kabbi Colnian A. Zwtt-
inuii officiating. Interment took place
in the Temple Israel Plot of Graceland
Memorial 1'ark Cemetery.
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OTTO L. RICHTER
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Caroline; one son, Charles; one
daugbter, Mrs. Helen Welbaum; grand-
children, Konald Kichter and Karl and
Carolyn Welbaum. Services weie held
at the Riverside Memorial Chapel in
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JOSEPH EOELL
Age 60, of 23 E. Rivo Alto Drive.
Miami Beach, passed away suddenly
on December 30. He is survived by his
wife, Frieda; three sisters, Mrs. Yetta
Dornstein. Mrs. Belle Ziein and Mrs
Hannah 1'oesland. one brother. Saul
Kdell. Services were held at Riverside
Memorial Chapel on Miami Beach
with Kabbi Irving Lehrman officiating,
interment took place In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
MILTON BRAUNSTEIN
Age 43, of 2U8 Flamingo Drive, Mi-
ami Beach, died on December 31.
Survivors include his wife, Helen;
three daughters. Jane, Marilyn and
Bonnie; one sister. Mrs. Miriam Zin;
one brother. Fred; and his mother,
Mrs Ida Braunsteln. Services were
held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel
on Miami Beach with Kabbi Deon
Kronish officiating. Interment took
place in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
LOUIiF~M. STEIN
Age 42. of 6945 N.W. 3rd Ave., passed
away last week In a local hospital.
He came here four years ago from
New York City. He leaves his wife.
! Kettle; one daughter. Hope Ins; one
son Ira Michael, all of Miami; one
brother. Julius; four sisters. Miss Ann
Stein Mrs. Esther Charmoy, Mrs.
Sarna Abrams and Mrs. Jean Shenker,
all of New York. Services were held
at Fiagler Funeral Home.
WILLIAM R. SLEPIAN
Age 50, of 2020 1'rairie Ave.. Miami
Beach, died last week. He Is survived
by his wife. Helen; one son, Ronald,
of Miami Beach; one daughter. Mrs.
Geraldlne Koffler of Birmingham.
Ala ; two sisters and four brothers of
New York. Funeral services were held
last Friday In Combs Funeral Home
with Rabbi Oilman A. Zwltman of-
ficiating. Interment will be in the
Temple Israel Plot, Qraceland Memor-
ial Park.
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Gerald Charles, which will take
place at Temple Israel Saturday,
January 29, at 11 a.m.
Gerald is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High where he is a
member of the Audubon Society.
He attends the Miami Conserva-
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Boy Scout Troop No. Six of Mi-
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PAGE THIRTEEN
lie Isaiah To Conduct First
:e In New Quarters Tonight
Isaiah, the reform Jew-
(egation of Miami Beach,
been involved in litiga-
its location, has found
ters at the Miami Beach
luilding, 1065 Dade Blvd.
lold its first service there
it 8:15 p.m. Topic for
jab's first sermon in the
krters will be "A New
Life."
iami Beach Realty Build-
new structure and can
te a large number of
|ers. It is modern in de-
is centrally located,
emple, which has been
ig services at 4925 Col-
., recently became the
a zoning suit when the
Transportation System,
New York City, which
Is a winter home for its
, Daniel G. Arnstein,
he Temple, filed a com-
the United States Dis-
jrt seeking an injunction
(continuation of services
[rounds that the religious
were in violation of the
estrictions, which limit
of the property to one
residences. The suit
that "large crowds,"
father as a congregation,"
}ise and great traffic con-
hundreds of automo-
zhich disturbs Arnstein.
aplaint named as co-de-
and co-owners of the
Herman E. Kohen and
lesnick.
Isaiah first began hold-
ices on June 11, 1948, on
uses at 4925 Collins Ave.,
the courtesy of Sam Kay
served with legal papers
6mber 7. Since this time
Jen seeking a new loca-
iduct its religious serv-
|d religious school. The
officers maintained that
tre not violating the city
ordinance because there
j provision made anywhere
[zoning code for a house
hip and, therefore, they
at a church, temple or
lue had the right to be
[anywhere within the city
The congregation also
led that its service was
in orderly, dignified man-
that the persons who at-
he services could not be
fed "crowds," but wor-
who parked their cars
[streets and in an orderly
attended the house of
Shapiro, president of
| Isaiah, stated "we are still
bpinion that we have not
plating the zoning laws,
ire we been creating a
at our Collins Ave. lo-
)ut we have felt that we
/ant to become embroiled
party to a rezoning ac-
uch in no way concerns
(old premises were merely
^ry quarters and we had
stay there long enough
to create a building fund and then
build a permanent temple else-
where. However, we are very
happy to have found new quar-
ters and hope to stay there until
such time as we can build our
own edifice."
Alfred Kreisler, who represent-
ed the Temple in the lawsuit,
stated that he would take im-
mediate steps to have a stipula-
tion entered into between all the
parties concerned for a dismissal
of the injunction proceedings.
Julius Jay Perlmutter, chair-
man of the housing committee of
the Temple, stated "for some time
past we have been advertising by
newspaper, radio, and word of
mouth that we were seeking a new
location. We thank the many or-
ganizations and institutions who
offered their quarters to us and
are particularly grateful to the
members of the Miami Beach
Realty Board for their kindness in
permitting us to use the beautiful
auditorium which they have on
the second floor of their building
located on Dade Blvd. near Alton
Rd. We are all greatly indebted
to Mark Smith of the Keyes Co.,
who suggested and worked to get
us this location."
Membership Parley
Slated By ZOA
For Beach Sunday
Delegates from West Palm
Beach, Hollywood, Coral Gables,
Miami and Miami Beach are ex-
pected to attend the South Flor-
ida Membership Mobilization Con-
ference of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America to be held at the
St. Moritz Hotel in Miami Beach
Sunday at 1 p.m.
Principal speaker will be Rabbi
Irving Miller, chairman of the na-
tional ZOA administrative council
who has recently returned from
a trip to Israel.
A film strip depicting the va-
rious ZOA projects and recordings
GIVE
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FUND DRIVE
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No Refund Lives Up
To Family Name
No Refund, overlooked and
snubbed quite often by the wag-
ering public because his twin
brother, Beachcomber, is world
champion and generally steals the
show, keeps rolling on like old
man river, winning Derby titles,
breaking track records and threat-
ening world marks.
Last year, while Beachcomber
piled up a string of victories, it
was No Refund who came whistl-
ing through to capture both the
West Flagler and Biscayne Derby
crowns. And only recently at West
Flagler, the darting son of More
Taxes and Soapy Hands, slashed
the Flagler track record for 5-16th
of a mile and came within a hair-
line margin of equalling the world
record.
No Refund ran the 5-16th course
in 30 9-10th seconds, clipping
l-10th of a second off the track
record and became the first grey-
hound in the history of the popu-
lar Miami canine oval to run the
distance under 31 seconds flat.
The record of 31 flat was pre-
viously held by that immortal
star, Flashy Sir, now retired from
racing and in stud.
The time marked up by No Re-
fund missed the world record by
only l-10th of a second.
However, in a three-dog match
West Flagler has another great
stretch runner who probably
could outrun both Beachcomber
and No Refund. He is Air Brakes
a greyhound which last year lost
many a race because he checked
the turns. The Noah and Noah
racer seems to have eliminated
this costly error and while still,
somewhat of a wide runner, he is
judged one of the best stretch
runners in the area.
Great things are predicted for
this fleet racer before the 1949
West Flagler Kennel club meeting
comes to a close.
Rabbi Irving Miller
of speeches made by Ambassador
Jorge-Garcia Granados of Guate-
mala and U. N. representative
Abba Eban of Israel will be a
feature of the meeting.
Dr. Sidney Marks, executive di-
rector of ZOA, who came to Mi-
ami to assist I. R. Goodman of
Miami Beach with the conference,
installed the newly elected of-
ficers of the Miami Zionist Dis-
trict last night.
Those who took office were:
Sidney L. Segall, president; Je-
rome H. Weinkle and Harry Gor-
don, vice presidents; Sanford M.
Swerdlin, recording secretary;
Herman Siegal, financial secre-
tary; and Louis Falk, treasurer.
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Participating Agency of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
Organized by the following Congregations and their Rabbis:
Miami Beach Jewish Community CenterRabbi I. Lehrman
Temple Beth SholomRabbi L. Kronish
Beth El CongregationRabbi M. Grauer
Beth David CongregationRabbi M. Shapiro
Congregation Beth TfilahRabbi J. E. Rackovsky
for the public welfare of the Jewish community to assist them
in matters appertaining to Kashruth, furnishes the following
"KASHRUTH GUIDE" as a free service to the public:
Miami Beach
Berman's Live Poultry, 87 Washington Ave.
Bleicher's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 505 Meridian Ave.
S. & H. Live Poultry, 320 Collins Ave.
Malter's Live Poultry, 436 Collins Ave.
Royal Packing Meat Co., 515 Collins Ave. (Wholesale Only)
Norman Kaplan's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 552 Washington
Ave.
Lobel's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave.
Herman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
Hoffman's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Miami N. W. Section
Ideal Live Poultry Inc., 155 N.W. 5th St. (Wholesale Only)
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 153 N.W. 5th St.
Florida National Kosher Provision, 230 N.W. 5th St.
National Kosher Meat & Poultry Co., 230 N.W. 5th St.
Miami S.W. Section
Sam's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 322 S.W. 12th Ave.
Quality Kosher Meat & Poultry, 1961 S.W. 8th St.
B. & B. Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 804 S.W. 22nd Ave.
Southwest Kosher Meat & Poultry Market, 1007 S.W. 27th
Ave.
Perril's Kosher Meat & Poultry, 5108 S.W. 8th St.
Sam's Live Poultry Market, 2011 S.W. 8th St. (Poultry Only)
Miami N.E. Section
Florida Wholesale, 50 N.E. 14th St. (Wholesale Only)
Coral Way Section
Malter's Coral Way Kosher Market, 1741 Coral Way
South Miami Section
Adler's Poultry Farm, 853 Sunset Drive (Wholesale Only)
Look for the sign of the G.M.V.H. in the meat market before
you buy your Kosher product. Look for the G.M.V.H. ring on
the chicken before you buy in any live poultry market.
The sign of G.M.V.H. is your assurance for Kashruth.
For any information about Kashruth call Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky.
Director of the G.M.V.H.. at 5-3595.
Officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy.
A. M. Bear, Vice Pres. S. Lobel. Treas.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
ibbi Katz Reports That Jewish Youth
tow Growing Desire To Become Rabbis
growing desire among Jewish
luth to serve the Jewish com-
jnity as rabbis was noted by
ibbi Robert L. Katz, director of
lissions and field activities of
Hebrew Union CollegeJew-
Institute of Religion of Cin-
inati and New York.
[Rabbi Katz, who has just com-
letod a 2,500-mile swing through
[ichigan, Ohio, New York State
Ud Massachusetts, declared that
a interest in the rabbinate was
Epecially evident among U. S.
hmy and Navy veterans who
hv action in World War II.
[Despite the increasing interest
Judaism among Jewish young
tople, Rabbi Katz said, "there
jtill a severe questioning of the
istitutional form of the syna-
jgue. Our youth still stands aloof
rom the synagogue as a moving
id inspiring way of life." He
jtcd that the pull of medicine
a career is still very strong
jove all the other vocational
loices facing Jewish youth.
While many young people are
stcrested in various aspects of
wish life," Rabbi Katz declared,
they have a stereotype of the
abbi as an aloof and ethereal per-
who is not touched by or
jncerned with the ordinary and
fital stream of American Jewish
Ife."
The stereotype of the rabbi as
unapproachable, cloistered
cholar, Rabbi Katz said, would
^ot persist if our program of reli-
ious education gave our young-
ters a realistic picture of modern
Jewish life.
"Certainly it is not true," he
kidded, "that the Liberal rabbinate
|s aloof. Graduates of the Hebrew
Jnion College-Jewish Institute of
teligion are participating actively
in the social, educational, eco-
nomic and political life of the
community. They are in many
places playing a leading role in
the improvement of the condi-
tions of life because they are
aware that the spiritual needs of
the Jewish congregation cannot
be separated from everyday liv-
ing."
Beth Sholom Men's Club
To Hold Social Evening
The Men's Club of Temple Beth
Sholom will sponsor a Sunday
evening social in the patio of the
temple at 8 p.m., announced Abe
Solosko, president.
A number of top flight enter-
tainers will appear as guest art-
ists. The program has been ar-
ranged by Jules Channing, chair-
man of the program committee.
Doctor Moves Optical
School To Miami
Dr. Harold Rollins, professor
emeritus in the Science of Applied
Optics, has recently transferred
his school from Boston, Mass., to
Miami. Dr. Rollins announces that
he has changed the name of the
school to Pan-American Institute
of Optitcs, Inc., and that it will
be located at 149 N.E. 2nd St.
The doctor will conduct two
classes daily, a morning class for
American students in technical
optics and ophthalmic dispensing
and an afternoon class for Latin-
American students in optometry
(eye refraction) and ophthalmic
dispensing. Afternoon classes will
be conducted in Spanish and
English.
Dr. Rollins holds degrees from
American and foreign universi-
ties. He is a member of the Amer-
ican Association for the Advance-
ment of Science and the New
Hampshire Academy of Science.
In conjunction with the school
of optics, Dr. Rollins will conduct
an optical dispensary where the
public may obtain complete opti-
cal service at a very moderate
cost.
Installation Of Golden
Age Club Set For Feb. 6
Isaac Englander, president of
the Golden Age Club of the Mi-
ami Y, announces that the second
annual installation of the organ-
ization will be held on Sunday
evening, February 6, at the Mi-
ami Y.
A special installation commit-
tee has been appointed and fur-
ther details will be announced at
a later date.
Willie Howard
Dies In !\'.Y. At 62
NEW YORKWillie Howard,
62, one of the all-time greats of
vaudeville and the broadway
way musical stage of the Ziegfeld
era, died last week in Polyclinic
hospital after an illness of six
weeks.
Born Willie Levkowitz in Neu-
stadt, Germany, the son of a Jew-
ish cantor, Howard starred in
shows produced by Ziegfeld, Earl
Carroll and George White.
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More than a hundred people at-
tended the installation ceremonies
held by the Miami Fashion Coun-
cil last week in the McAllister
Hotel. Morton Leon became presi-
dent of the organization and will
be assisted by Paul Jablon, first
vice president; Mrs. Ann Jacob-
son, second vice president; Marin
Kuman, secretary; and Norman
Burger, treasurer. Jack Perper is
managing director of the council.
Normandy Riding Club
Has Weekly Sessions
The Normandy School horse-
back riding club meets Monday
at the North Miami Stables for
its weekly riding session.
Participants include Michael
Kaufman, Howard Small, Jim
Marrow, Abner Wasserstein, El-
len Sinsley, Arnold Davis, Bob
Dunn, Elaine Stockhamer, June
Weiss, Arthur Eiberson, Phyllis
Cohen and Sonia Zacharia.
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Miami post of the Jewish War
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services held by the Coral Gables
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The post's honor guard, the
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auxiliary, will bless the Sabbath
lights and the auxiliary will serve
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Director Robert Bergman of the
Jewish Center has announced as
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Jewish Soldierfrom the Bible
Jlo Haganah." The public has been
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lami post of the Jewish War Vet-
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participate in the services.
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J. M. GARCIA
Vice President
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Chairman of Board and President
J. L. CABASSA
First Vice Chairman
K. S. KEYES
Second Vice Chairman
GUILLERMO CABRERA
Sugar Producer
T. A. DAVIS. Jr.
Executive Vice President
SHELBY P. LANGSTON
President, Uingston ft Co., Inc.
Insurance
WILLIAM LIEBOW
Hotel Operator
R. J. MARSHBURN
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
mdeis University To Inaugurate
lult Education Program This Spring
randeis University, in the
ig of the first year of its his-
will inaugurate an adult ed-
ion program with four series
jctures, it was announced by
Vhram L. Sachar, first presi-
of the nation's first Jewish-
sored non-sectatrian uni-
|ty.
ic spring program launches
according^to Dr. Sachar will
fa comprehensive and ever-
an.iing adult education pro-
sponsored by Brandeis as a
rihution to the intellectual
f the community. The pro-
will not have any specific
ha.ian or vocational value; its
let.ve will be fulfilled if the
lence gains some previously
lown intellectual or spiritual
r.ts. The program is designed
pral to both those who have
degeres and those with little
jal education. The only re-
;ment is that knowledge be
d as an end in itself. The
|1 of the lectures will be high
never forbidding."
Mured in the program will
series of five lectures en-
, "Moulders of 20th Cen-
Ideology." Scheduled to date
Itl.is series are Sidney Hook,
of the department of philoso-
Nl-w York University, who
discuss Karl Marx; Hans
. Smith College, who will be
mod with the work of Os-
Spengler; Max Lerner, au-
and lecturer, whose subject
He theories of Thorstein Veb-
and T. V. Smith, formerly
the University of Chicago
presently at Syracuse Uni-
fity, who will discuss the phil-
|hy of John Dewey. The lec-
will not only give a critical
sition of the man's work, but
also make an evaluation of
' npact upon the present in-
Ctual climate.
ue program will also include
Sachar and two members of
Brandeis faculty who will
give a series of five lectures.
I Ludwig Lewisohn, professor
[comparative literature and
l-known author and critic
latest work, the two-vol-
"Life of Goethe," to be pub-
pd shortly, will discuss Goethe
Shakespeare. Milton Hindus,
pant professor of English who
to Brandeis from the Uni-
ity of Chicago and was form-
|with the New School of Social
arch will lecture on the works
of Turgenev, Tosltoy, 'Dostoyevs-
ky, Proust and Celine. The scope
of Dr. Sachar's lectures, which
will be concerned with Jewish
history, has not as yet been de-
termined. His "History of the
Jews," a classic in the field, is in
its 13lh printing.
The committee which developed
the program was under the chair-
manship of Milton Hindus. Hindus
stated that the committee felt
that adult education is among the
most important unfinished busi-
ness of American education.
The program will get underway
the last week in March and the
four series will run concurrently
through April. The lectures, to be
held on the university's campus,
will be given on two evenings of
the week with two lectures sched-
uled for different hours of the
same evening. Dates and time will
be announced in the near future.
AJC Women To Meet
The Miami Chapter Women's
Division, American Jewish Con-
gress will hold its next meeting
on Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the
Beth David synagogue. The meet-
ing will be in the form of a Jew-
ish musical festival which will in-
clude pantomimes by Miss Louise
Einhorn and vocal selections by
Mrs. Jerry Goldman who will be
accompanied by Mrs. Michael
Covin. Mrs. Alex Steibel will play
for community singing.
Hollywood B'nai B'rith
Youth Group Meets
A meeting of the Hollywood
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization, was held at the Jew-
ish Community Center last Thurs-
day evening. A welcome was ex-
tended to Leonard Robbins, local
attorney, recently appointed lodge
representative advisor. Morton
Reiss was appointed program
chairman for the ensuing year.
Plans were discussed for the
sponsorship of a joint meeting
with the Hollywood B'nai B'rith
Lodge on Wednesday evening,
February 16. Guest speaker will
be Gilbert Balkin, Anti-Defama-
tion League director, who will
also exhibit motion pictures on
the work of the league.
A Riding Club was formed, with
riding sessions to be held on Sun-
day mornings. Among events
scheduled for the near future is
an old-fashioned spelling bee
with young men's and young wo-
men's teams.
Following the business meeting,
a "What's My Name?" quiz show
I was held, with Morton Reiss act-
!ing as chairman and Anna Dan-
'.iels, senior advisor, as judge. Win-
ning contestant was Leonard Satz,
with Alan Silbert as runner-up.
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Home For Aged Auxiliary
To Meet At Beth El
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold a meeting Tuesday at 1
p.m. in the Beth El auditorium,
Mrs. Etha Beck, president, an-
nounces.
Nat'l Council To Hold
Film Forum Today
Another in the series of film
forums sponsored by the National
Council of Jewish Women will be
held today at 2 o'clock at the
Colony Restaurant, 211 22nd St.,
Miami Beach. A review of Sophie
Ruskay's "Horsecars and Cobble-
stones" will be given by Mrs. Ed-
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and member of the council.
The public is invited. There is
a nominal fee and refreshments
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Ernest Bevin: Anti-Semite
For ages, doctors have diagnosed typhus or malaria without
knowing the bacterial origin of these diseases. Some day science may
also isolate the germ that causes anti-Semitism. The symptoms of
Judeophobia are well known. A person of any race or sex is seized by
undefinable hate. In milder cases, the patient is satisfied with name
calling. The more advanced stage causes him to break out into
violence. But the most dangerous manifestation of the disease takes
the form of neurosis. Then like all monomaniacs, the invalid loses
sense of reality. He thinks the whole world agrees with his phobia.
His self interest suffers as he plunges into crime. He acts to his own
detriment, yet cannot change his conduct nor modify his idee fixe.
Hitler's Psychosis
The best example of the neurotic Judeomaniac is the late un-
lamented Adolf Shickelgruber Hitler. In his psychosis, he became
convinced that tne entire world was in complete accord with his
insane libido to exterminate Jewry. His associates have reported
some strange conversations. When told of strong protests by Chris-
tians in other lands, Hitler would burst into livid rage and yell that
such demonstrations were due to Jewish bribery. Yet no thoughtful
observer would deny the connection between Hitler's Jewish neurosis
and the present ruin of Germany, together with the consequent de-
cline of Europe.
Bevin's Neurosis
With such a horrifying example before his very eyes, one would
imagine Ernest Bevin would pause and think. But the neurotic anti-
Semite is incapable of clear analysis when it concerns the fetish that
entangles his emotions. Bevin's policy towards Palestine and Israel
is astounding for a statesman, who supposedly is trained neither to
love nor hatesimply to think.
It has been disclosed that during school days, the boy Ernest
displayed some violent antipathies to Jews. But in politics he learned
the art of mealy mouthingto say unctuously what he neither be-
lieves nor intends to carry out. As for honesty, Bevin has admitted
stealing during his poverty. So it was no great soul struggle to make
pre-election speeches for a Jewish Commonwealth. But as soon as
the Socialist Labor Party was elected, he revealed himself a true
Judenfresser. The test came only too soon.
The end of the war disclosed that 6,000,000 Jews had been
murdered. About 250,000 survivors were in the Nazi built camps
waiting to be fed, clothed and sheltered by the U. S. Army of
Occupation. President Truman humbly requested Britain to admit
100,000 of them to enter Palestine. Only a psychopathic anti-Semite
could have given Bevin's callous and vulgar reply, "The Jews are
always trying to get at the head of the queue." (Goebbles had said,
"The Jews are entirely too arrogant," while they were being tor-
tured in every S. S. Brown cell of Germany.)
His Queer Palestine Policy
Bevin redeemed his campaign promises by terrorizing the Jews
in Palestine. Churchill raised the question in Parliament: Why was
it necessary to spend $800,000,000 to maintain 100,000 British soldiers
in tiny Palestine (more than in all India)? The ignorant longshore-
man did not deign to reply. His hatred blinded him to the danger of
antagonizing public opinion in the U. S. He woke up one morning to
hear Senators asking the annoying question: Does Britain use the
$3,800,000,000 American loan to suppress the Jews in Palestine?
Bevin's course now suggested the bruising tactics of a labor boss
crushing opposition within his union. As soon as the U. N. voted
partition, he began to intrigue with Arabs from the 7 neighboring
states to invade Palestine. Bevin's idea of maintaining law and order
in a mandated territory was to disarm the Jews and turn over
British guns and equipment to Arab aggressors. Refugees packed
in leaky hulks furtively prowling near the coast of Palestine were
captured and imprisoned in concentration camps on Cypress. The
D.P.'s of the Exodus were sent back to the Nazi camps in Germany.
Chivalrous Britain furnished soldiers and armaments to the Arabs
who outnumbered the Jews 50 to 1.
Mr. Bevin threw every possible monkey wrench into the U.N.
machine to obstruct and impede recognition of the new State of Israel.
When Egypt, thoroughly beaten, was ready to sue for peace, this
Socialist statesmen instigated the exploiting feudal Effendis to keep
up the war of aggression and invasion. Bevin committeed his crown-
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shot down by Jewish anti-air craft. Insane hatred unabalanced his
judgment to the degree that he was ready to set in motion the vast
creaking British Empire in a full scale war against the Israeli State-
smaller than Wales, with a population lesss than Manchester.
Britain's Shame ,__.
Bevin's anti-Jewish neurosis has caused unnecessary blood shed
among Jews, Arabs, and the British themselves. It has cost im-
poverished England no less than $1,000,000,000 of the money
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