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The Jewish Floridian ( January 28, 1949 )

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^wiislbJEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 22—NUMBER 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS ederation Sets 1949 Appeal Goal at $1,881,737 The board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedration at a meeting last Thursday niqht in Kaplan Hall of temple Israel acted on recommendations of the budget comlittee and adopted a goal of $1,881,737.55 for the 1949 Comjined Jewish Appeal campaign. This is the largest goal in the bistory of Federation, exceeding large Jewish community in the United States to conduct its campaign and that it is incumbent upon this area to set the pace for the rest of the nation. The board of governors, having heard Sontup's appeal, voted to allocate $1,000,000 to the UJA. Due to increased costs of operation, the local agencies were allocated $108,168.36 more than they received last year. Other increases over the 1948 allocations include: $15,910 to overseas agencies, $12,700 to defense agencies, $2,205 for national service agencies, $375 for education, health and cultural agencies $1.150 for Yeshivoth and $297,721.63 for reserves. In line with the recommendation of Federation's community planning committee, the board of governors voted to in(Continued on Page 4) k $438,230.99 last year's recordEreakin *"' of $1,443,506.56. Last y'e'Slr Greater Miami exceeded its goal by approximately Jl00,000 but two campaigns were necessary to accomplish this. Upon inclusion of the first campaign, inder the chairmanship of Joseph Stein, Miami was approximately J200.000 short of its goal. A supplementary "Save the State of Israel" campaign launched at the time when Israel was seeking statehood brought Miami over the £op. This second campaign, headed Sy Abraham Goodman, was waged for a month. Miami's allocation to the United Jewish Appeal last year was (1,000,000. Some considered this sxcessive and asked the Federaion to reduce the UJA allocation this year, but Sholom Sontup, executive officer of the UJA, %  stated that Miami is the first Victory Seen For MAPA1 Pay ty in Israeli Elections TEL AVIV, (JTA)—In brilliant sunshine and in a quiet holiday atmosphere, Jews and Arabs throughout Israel cast their votes Tuesday in the first national election since the establishment of the Jewish state. Final result of the elections will not be known before the end of the week because of the complicated procedure for voting established for members of the armed forces. With about 60 per cent of the votes counted from the Labor party (Mapai) of Premied David Ben Gurion was emerging above all others with nearly 35 per cent of the vote. Ben Gurion's labor group was assured of 43 seats and may pick up 7 to 10 others in the 120-member constituent assembly. Mapai seemed assured of retaining the premiership and playing the dominant role in a coalition government which will replace the present provisional regime. Surprise of the election was the strength displayed by the United Religious group, a non-political combination which was running second to Mapai. Registering a heavy vote in Jerusalem, the United Religious party could count on 17 to 20 seats. The pro-Russian Labor party Mapam seemed assured of 16 to 19. Menahem Beigin's Freedom Movement, political successor to the underground organization, Irgun, and advocate of Israeli control of all Palestine and TransJordan, won 12 seats on the basis of incomplete returns. The Communists, polling about 3 per cent of the vote, apparently won six seats, the general Zionists seven, Progressive, six, Separdims, five, the "Fighters," one, with the remainder divided among minority groups among the 21 parties entered. No party will have a clear majority, and whether Mapam will join the new regime is an unanswered question. It now has two cabinet seats. lA complete list of allotments made by the board of governor follows: A. LOCAL AGENCIES iBaron de Hirsch Loan Fund (Res.) $ 5,000 Bureau of Jewish Education 30,850.00 [Greater Miami Jewish Federation 104,420.00 34,958.53 57,900 [Jewish Home for the Aged. J.S.S.B. (Refugee Resettlement) (Res.). Mr. Sinai Hospital (Res.) 50,000 National Council of Jewish Women Vaad Hakashrus | Y.M.H.A. of Miami i Y.M.H.A. of Miami Beach 4,869.85 5,916.00 39,433.34 35,308.20 B. OVERSEAS AGENCIES Amer. Comm. for the Weizmann Institute of Science $ Amer. Friends of the Hebrew University (Res.) Amer. Fund for Palestinian Institutions American Technion Society I Ezras Torah j Federated Council of Palestine Institutions 1 Hadassah (Res.) I Hias ". j Jewish Telegraphic Agency Nat'l. Comm. for Labor Palestine (Histadrut) Pioneer Women's Organization I United Jewish Appeal 1 $ 368,655.92 3,000.00 3,000.00 6,000.00 100.00 150.00 3,500.00 21,810.00 5,000.00 1,500.00 10,000.00 6,000.00 000,000.00 $1,060,060.00 [C. DEFENSE AGENCIES [American Jewish Congress $ 7,500.00 [Jewish Labor Committee 7,500.00 Jewish War Veterans 500.00 [Joint Defense Appeal 27,200.00 ID. NATIONAL SERVICE AGENCIES American Association for Jewish Education $ [Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds (Res.)... [Jewish Occupational Council [National Jewish Welfare Board Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service $ 42,700.00 1,000.00 4,000.00 100.00 6,000.00 500.00 IF EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CULTURAL AGENCIES [American Academy for Jewish Research $ [Bitzaron [B'nai B'rith Nat'l. Youth Services Appeal [Conference on Jewish Relations [Dropsie College "• (Graduate Faculty of Political Sciences [Hebrew Arts Foundation iHistadruth Ivrith [National Farm School [Yiddish Scientific Institute $ 11,600.00 50.00 100.00 6,750.00 50.00 250.00 50.00 50.00 200.00 150.00 750.00 [F. YESHIVOTH [Hebrew Theological College of Chicago IJewish Teachers Seminary [Jewish Theological Seminary of America |Mirrer Yeshivan Central Institute [Nat'l. Council of Beth Jacob Schools [Ner Israel Rabbinical College %  • • [Rabbi Israel Meyer Hacohen Seminary of America [Rabbi Jacob Joseph Yeshiva [Rabbinical College of Telshe [Tomche Torah Society [Torah Umesorah [Yeshiva Torah Vodaath & Mesifta [Yeshiva University 8,400.00 200,00 100.00 1,250.00 100.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 100.00 300.00 1,250.00 First 1500 Jews To Leave Cyprus, "Operation Cyprus" Given First Priority By $250,000,000 UJA [G. RESERVES [Reserve For Capital Funds |Reserve fer Contingencies—Balance. ••••• %  I (Original Allocation for $1948 $35,000) [Reserve for Local Agencies Reserve for Collection Losses 3,600.00 200,000.00 25,000.00 30,000.00 131,721.63 $ 386,721.63 Grand Total ,$1,881,737.55 FAMAGUSTA, Cyprus, (JTA)— The 4-500-ton Israeli steamer Galila this week entered this port and began taking on 1,500 immigrants for the 12-hour trip to Haifa. This group of refugees, which includes 100 infants, is the first to be removed following Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin's announcement that Britain will release the 11,000 Jews detained on Cyprus. British troops assisted the Jews in boarding the vessel and in loading their baggage into the holds. A holiday atmosphere prevaded the entire operation, with the Jews demonstrating no resentment toward their former jailers. In the camps every tent and Nissen hut is jammed with homemade boxes and suitcases in which freshly washed and patched clothing and other personal possessions have been packed in anticipation of the entry into Israel, goal of a voyage which in some cases began two years ago. "Operation Cyprus," involving the transfer to Israel in the coming weeks of 11,000 Jewish refugees interned in British camps in the Mediterranean island, will be the first major task undertaken by the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal in 1949, it was announced this week by William Rosenwald, Herman L. Weisman and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairmen of the UJA. A joint operation of the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal—both of which are constituent agencies of the UJA—"Operation Cyprus" has been set in motion, following the decision of the British Government to release the Jewish refugees as soon as transportation for them is provided by the Jewish authorities. Transportation of the 11,000 Jews detained on Cyprus to Israel will be completed within two or three weeks, the Joint Distribution Committee said here. The JDC office revealed that arrangements have already been completed with the Mossad Shipping Agency of Israel to provide adequate shipping facilities to bring the Cyprus Jews from the port of Famagusta to Haifa. Geiseking Cancels Tour Walter Geiseking, German concert pianist accused of having been a Nazi collaborator cancelled a protested American concert tour and left the United States voluntarily. Federation Will Fete Delegation The Keymen's Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will act as hosts at a welcome home breakfast in honor of the delegation to Israel, composed of William D. Singer and Rabbis Max Shapiro and Leon Kronish, Sunday, February 6, according to an announcement yesterday by Herbert E. Scher, club president. The entire community will be invited to attend and Scher urged everyone to reserve the hours between 10 and 12 a.m. for this event. Place will be -announced later. According to latest word the delegation will arrive in New York tomorrow night. Singer and Rabbi Kronish will proceed directly to Miami and are slated to arrive here Sunday. Rabbi Shapiro will arrive Monday or Tuesday. Loan To Israel; Will Mature In 15 Years Export-Import Bank Makes $100,000,000 ications, transportation, manufacturing, housing and public works," the Bank said, adding that such projects are now under study by the staff. The $35,000,000 credit for agricultural purposes and other credits to be approved under the $65,000,000 earmark will carry a three-and-a-half percent annual interest and will mature in 15 years, the Bank said. "It is believed that the credit extended by the Export-Import Bank to assist the agricultural development program of Israel will contribute substantially to the overall economic development of the count>y," the statement of the Bank emphasized. WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Export-Import Bank this week announced the authorization of a $35,000,000 credit to Israel and said it was earmarking an additional $65,000,000 for the establishment of further credits before the end of this year. The $35,000,000 will be available for spending by Israel as soon as the loan contract is signed by the Israeli Minister of Finance. It is designated for use "for the execution of various agricultural projects," the Bank said. The $65,000,000 earmarked by the Bank will be available until Dec. 31, 1949 "for the establishment of further credits to finance projects in the fields of communBritain Delays Israel Recognition LONDON, (JTA)—Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin succeeded today in persuading a special Cabinet meeting to delay Britain's de facto recognition of Israel. Contending that the Brussels pact nations—France, Britain, The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg — should act together, Bevin persuaded the Cabinet to agree to delay further action until after a meeting of the fivenation representatives in London on Thursday. The House of Commons Wednesday night voted confidence in Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin's policy toward Israel. Before the vote was taken Attlee also said Britain had "accepted in principle" the recognition of Israel. He added: "The question of the time of doing it is now a matter of consultation." Bevin said Britain was consulting with members of the British commonwealth and its Western European pact allies on the time for such recognition. "I am assuming that replies will be in the next few days when the final act will be taken," he said. As to recognition, he said: "The state of Israel is now a fact and we (the Labor government) have not tried or done anything to undo it." British sources had forecast that Britain would announce de facto recognition of the Jewish state. Both Bevin and Attlee made clear some steps must come first. ^ %  ^BSSSSSlSllllflilllHBBBBBBBBBBlH



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PAGE TWO +Je*istfkridltori FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1949 U. S. Senators To Sponsor Project To Establish Non-Sectarian Medical School U. S. Senators Robert F. Wagner and Irving M. Ives. of New York, have joined in sponsoring the project to establish a nonsectarian medical school at Yeshiva University, it was announced by Dr. Elihu Katz. president of the Society for the Establishment of a Medical School at Yeshiva University. In a message to Dr. Katz, Senator Wagner said, "As you know. I havo long been an advocate of more widespread and better medical care for all Americans. Believing that the health of its citizens :s of concern to the entire nation, I have introduced and sponsored legislation to this effect in Congress. Your society is constructively working toward this same goal. "From my own recent experience, I know all too well that illness and physical affliction know no barriers of creed, religion, or race. Neither should the training of those who combat disease and illness know any such barriers, particularly in democratic America founded on the principal of equality of opportunity. "I believe that in creating a non-sectarian medical school open to all Americans of all races and creeds, your society is carrying on the basic, historic tradition of '.he great human science of healing in the American manner, and that your efforts will benefit all Americans. I am happy to accept your invitation to join the committee of sponsors and to add my endorsement to the society's work and goals.'' Senator Ives, in his message, said "As one who has long beer an advocate and supporter of all agencies and media in our society which will aid in preventing disIf You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor crimination because of race or religion, I am especially pleased to learn that this school is to be nonsectariar. and open to all Americans of all races and creeds. Such an approach is most essential in the field of education. In fact, without it education itself must fail in achieving one of its primary objectives. "You may be sure that I am very glad to cooperate in connection with the creation of this medical school in line with the invitation contained in your letter." The Society for the Establishment of a Medical School has announced a national campaign for S6.000.000 for the establishment of the first non-sectarian medical school in this country as an integral division of Yeshiva University. Yeshiva University, at Amsterdam Ave. from 185th to 187th Sts.. New York City, is the first accredited American university under Jewish auspices comprising eight schools with an enrollmen' of close to 1500 students from all parts of the world. The univei offers courses of study conferring di grees from B. A. to Ph. D Congressmen Sol Bloom, Arthur G. Klein. Emanuel C> Abraham J. Multer, Jacob K Javits have assumed leading roles in the nation-wide campaign for Yeshiva University's academic and physical expansion program. Southeastern JIM Parley Will Hear Edward Warburg Edward M M W man of the Joint D Committee, will n pean Jewry's : : speedy recovery al nualme. I M Southeast Rei ruarv 6. in the H Jacksonville, it w this week JDC American agenc; Jews ovi William P. En ham, regional 1 noune. I that 1 pen 1 the public No fur licited, ; • reporl JDC n ceiv< fun Is for wide relief er.t and n construction prograi from 1 nwide $250,000 ; %  • '. At the meeting. Jew from nine stal the S th East will hear a %  • < a< count of the currei n f Europe's Ji vs and tl the future. Mr W rburg, the feat ured speak' r, trips ii 1948 to the contini nl Public Warned Against Israeli Sweepstakes The following statement was made today by Arthur Lourie consul general of Israel in N w York: "It has come to our attention that an 'Israel Intern:.t: I Sweepstakes' campaign has been initiated in the United Stal purportedly for the benefit of 'schools, hospitals, public well and charities' in Israel. "I wish to state categorically that this campaign ia been undertaken without the knowledge or approval of the governrm r Israel. The public L> warned against participation in any way in this scheme which, to say tl e least, is of quest.": able legitimaev." Mme. Rothenberg Will Give Recital At Beach Y Mme. Anna Shomer Rothenberg will present her vignettes of Jewish life in story and song at I 1 Miami Beach Y tomorrow 1 vi ning at 8 o'clock. Mme Rothenberg who is known throughout the United State? as the Ruth Draper of the Jev stage, played to a capacity a li ence at the Miami Y on January 16. Price of admission to the concert is 50 cents for members and SI for non-members. ItcuiMr.-ilioii For •lavish Studies Institute llrgins Registration t< r th< ;emester at the Institute of J' Studies will take ; Moi I lay al 7:30 ; n al t! 1 B tl El The institute red by t! e Bureau of Jewish Education, the YMHA of Miai the Beth ] the Beth Davi 1 A. P. Ganni 'i P n %  • f thi Bureau of Jewish Education are in argi ol 'he program. Courses will bi 1 in Monday.from 7.30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Ir. addition to modi 1 n Hi rev. Bible. Jewish history and "... thi • f Zioi ism, a survey of Y I literaand beginners Yiddish added. The course on Zion:sh will survey the movement up to and including the < stablishment if the Jewisl State. The i on Yiddish literature, conducted in Yiddish, will survey the ary contributioi of Yi Idish writers and will inclu ie selected readings. Tl 1 courses are fre I and th< initj attend. For furtl ei inforn • n %  all the Bureau of J< wish Education. 3-5858 or 9-0489. I II V\K YOU! Rabbi ApriL Officers and Members of the MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION Fxtend their sincere thanks and grateful appreciation to the following for the truly magnificent performance at the installation of our t AM Oil IMHIli: KELEMKIl: Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Cantor Jacob Goldring. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Cantor Louis Yelsky. Cantor Louis Feder. Dr Jacob HKaplan. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi Isaac Ever. The Israeli Trio. Sophie Kempher, Anquta Melicov. Joseph Pardo and Herman Fried HAROLD'S, INC. 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LY. JANUARY 28. 1949 i B'rith Council install Officers ,mi Beach Lodge of B'nai will act as hosts to the B'rith Council of Greater ,j at their regular meeting Jay at 8:15 p.m. at the Beach tture of the meeting will be econd annual installation of B'rith Council officers. pst of honor and principal fer will be State Senator R. JJunn) Gautier, Jr. CouncilIHnrold Turk, a former presiJ of the B'nai B'rith Council, lad as installing officer. Ofto be installed are E. Albert tt. president: Dr. Leonard fstein and Marx Faber, vice dents; Donna Feldman, sec/; George Bertman, treasbiam L. Pallot, outgoing L c il president, will review B'rith achievements during land will tell of plans launcha nationwide scale to aid h and to expand community Ice projects throughout the fey. Irry Zukernick, president of iami Beach Lodge, will prelan.l David R. Isen, program rrr.an, will introduce Senator tier, An award for outstandnembership achievement will Iresented to Barnett Beckerfor securing more than 10 ibers in the recent memberdrive. Presentation of a v n1 scroll award by the Bet Grand Lodge to Beckerwill be made by Charles R. Ibson. executive secretary of %  B'nai B'rith Council. %  report will be heard from the ph Lodge nominating commitof which Walter Kovner is rman. Iventeen adult B'nai B'rith ips and twelve youth units are pcted to send large representato the meeting. Also featon the program will be vocal ctions by members of the Mi| Opera Guild, efreshments will be served. public is invited. >onp*nNS&tvov l-* ibi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 +Jenlsti noridttan PAGE THREE Pioneer Women's Council To Hold Donor Dinner The tenth annual donor dinner sponsored by the Council of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami will be held Sunday, February 13, at 12:30 p.m.at the Colony Restaurant, 22nd St. and Collins Ave., according to Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, president. Dvorah Rothbard, who has just returned from a mission in Israel, will be featured speaker at the affair. An educational and musical program has also been arranged. Dvorah Rothbard Playlet To Highlight Nat'l Council Meeting The monthly meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, will take place Wednesday at the Monte Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Nat L. Wiliams, chairman of the Service to Foreign Born, has written the script for a playlet called "Remember the Strangler," which will be presented by members of the Service to Foreign Born Department. The playlet will describe the activities of this organization with respect to newly arrived foreign born and displaced persons who reach or pass through this area. Included in the cast are: Miss Edna Kaufmann, Mrs. Florence Finkelstein, Mrs. Leonard Beldner, Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Bernett Freedman, Mrs. Simon Englander and Mrs. Wm. Loeb. Mrs. Aaron Farr, first vice president, will preside. Shrine Group To Present Circus The gigantic Hamid-Morton three-ring circus, featuring 30 dazzling acts, wil open a four-day engagement in Miami's Orange Bowl Monday. Robin B. Mulloy, past potentate of Mahi and general chairman of the event, said the big show, which plays exclusively for Shrine organizations, will start moving into the city January 26. It will be making its first appearance in Miami. All proceeds are marked for the Shrine's under-privileged children's activity. Thirty acts consisting of aerial trapeze artists, jungle lions, tigers, trained elephants, lions, horses, ponies, dogs and an army of clowns will make up the threehour program. More than 390 of the nation's toonotch circus enI tertainers are in the cast. Featured acts will be Peejay Riggens in a sensational 200-foot ride and dive for life into a tank; Speedy Babbs whirling through a 500-foot ball of steel on a motorcycle: Francine Volante plunging 20 feet into space to catch a trapeze by her fingertips and then rocketing 60 feet to earth, and the Cimse Troupe, daring French acrobats who perform on motorcycles 90 feet in the air. Two shows will be held daily except Monday, when only an evening performance will be staged. Matinees will be held at 3:30 p.m. and night performances at 8:20. Robert H. Morton of 736 Lakeview Dr.. Miami Beach, is part owner of the Shrine's traveling circus caravan. 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PAGE FOUR *jt*istrks**9fi FRIDAY, JANUARY; EDITORIAL Judge ProMkaupr fewah Z-.~-.-~~ kmaea New Yctk Sujsesae Court fustics Joseph M Preekcues bos decided to drop the reins c: die prseideacy 5--. :a "enable the organisation to re-— the benefit accruing from thai inured which comes r:~ new and rigorous leadership The 3Jf fears during which Mr Proskauet sicod en the helm c: the American Jewish Committee were the most crinca] in the history -.: the world of our counTy -.-.:; -.: on people Jewish leadershin had never before bee n so tested History was roaring rapidly cr.~ lot us tragically, b those 7ecxi Fhe theme was not Tigiiance cut the %  •.:.: New orientations ~~~ tc be developed New concepts demanded new frcmeworki Fee stream of events was too po w erf u l :c permit the tr-e Jewish !c~cer zh'^.z.z. percned ss ~ pedestSi that was srcducll7 beina weakened bv the ^::.< vm." He who could not essay the new v_r~ lecdership There %  •'•ere "-.;r.es when Judge Proskauet seemed taiter cs the ~.~~'i£" Jewisn ;ssue Poise.: courageously r-c bnL.'rz:./. We could pay no greater tribute to him on thai ^'.'.:-. than by stating thai the warm words be spoke at the .-e'er.AJC ~-u:! meeting iboui Isr'je. and the Jews ..". '.s:z<-. might have come irc.-r. ,v fc %  ^ • ~ ~ ^ ~—^.7 — z' "•"-•• v"" *tn ~-.-^ tt was Zionisl who said that :-e proclamation zi the Jewish s~e b-e"~.e inevitable when Britain withdrew r:^ ?~le£t-r.e and re fus e d permit adequate introductioo z: UN representation to take over the functiom z: govemmeni Who but tr-e Jew and Tree* iecder could have said that history cre-rted l3.-~el' zz.z that that "immutable fad must bs t-keinto account when chartering the course Oi future Jewish i.:e :.-. America. He was echoing the voice oi ge.-.e:ations when he -ci that '.he victory which perched on Israel 3 arms demo^3~r ez mat a new David had si-.-..-. Goliath and thai the spoil t: the Maccabees still animated -J-.e hearts oi our brethren. As long -3 we remain "r„rr.~ed by the spirit oi the Maccabees and zi the Prophets ~r.d oi the generations behind us we r.eec not fear the future sTiV Make Britain Put Out the Fire! iwoad Wishes In paving tnbute to national leaders retiring ;;office % %  e xisc take : recent res.';:. -".::. :: jr'.::e 7u..^n::: from the After four-and-c-haii .: professional assoc : %  ..:. with the Florida Regional office George resigned to resume the private practice oi law on Miami BecrSeorge % %  '.. %  :..-.:: %  -.-: himself to those thai worked with him He inspired added c^r.i.dence by not confining -.s activities to the oraanization The 17 S. Loan To l.sr ( ,| The announcement of the S1CC.OO0 000' Israel came at a ttime when Mr. Truman 1 busiest man in the country. It came in when the President was readying hiaJl what is by all means America's proudest —the inauguration of a new President a through the will of a democratic people in and sacred ballot. Yet the import of his move in implement position he long maintained has not eluded^ observation and favorable press mention. We would like to believe thai the ana— ment of the loan was deliberately releateT the eve of the inauguration ceremony in orj assure doubting elements that it was the fci of the present Administration not only to ( by its crvowed Palestine policy but to in them with its intention of carrying through 1 policy to its successful conclusion within a necessary, without the councils ci the interno organization. The move should put Londosl notice that the U.S. is determined to keep! promises to Israel and about Israel, as wells) use its good offices in influenc-.r.g the Arabt tries into making peace with the new state. One thing is certain, as so admirably ex in an editorial in the Yiddish "Dcy," "if anti-Israel policy hasn't been shattered ena the announcement of the American loan shatter it even more." As Americans we are proud over the taken by our President with regard to the! of Israel, for the loan, after cli was the of a policy which had the enthusiastic bads] of the overwhelming majority oi the Amen people. '~ _. 3 prese.-.-.:. z his resignation .z..zzzii stated. decision was z most ?ne for me to make in view of the fact that I know how 1 our work. However, I feel that as a iaymanml community, I can continue to work vigorouslyi intensively in combatting bigotry and in some of the problems of our People.'' We know George will continue to work! every worthy cause. We wish him success in) private endeavors. Lord Melchett, Zionist Leader, Dies On Beach | dustrialist who adopted the Jewfaith tnd became a Zionist eekend in hi %  rtment 6039 Col: lina Ave aft r a :.g illne Bi iti : n< bleman came I. t Ith :r.;:< : than a year as. Hi wife, Lady Gwen Mi %  -.rtt wa -.: his v:::;'u%  >::.< %  .•. he -; K.3 only '-',n and heir, Julian Edward Alfred Mono, 24, and hia daughter Karia Mond, fiew from London to .• in their mother r.ore. Reared as Christian Lord Melchett and .-.,:zter, the March-! •'••' %  ':' Reading, formally em-! braced the Jewish faith in 1933' during H.tler's early persecution of Jewa in Germany. Lor ; '.: ett later became an eminent Zionist leader and wrote a book. 'Thy Neighbor," strongly advocating the case of the Jew's for a homeland. He has been inactive in recent years because of ... nealth and .~. 1947 4ki. •.* • deputy director Obituaries ical Indu trie Li ? BR A .r*^ 5> 00l PH %  •• %  %  =• '• MAYBEB %  MRS %  Jenist Ik.rMfar, Published tvery Friday ine W7l uy Th Jewish Floridian at 120 N c Sixth Street Miami 18. Florida. £n. !51* d %  • cond-claia matter July 4 1930. at the Po.t Office of Miami. Fia. under the Act of March i. 187J The Jewish Floridian haa absorbed he Jtwlah Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewlah TeleS raphie Agency. Seven Arts Feature yndieate. Warldwida Newt Sarvice National Editorial Association, Am.-,. can Aaaoeiatlon of English-Jewish Nawaoaoera. Florida Press Aaaoeiatlon SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year t a^o Two Year* t QQ a. Industrie business, L-^ru Mel hett t;ve 1 many years .-. tr ; foi : dent .:' % %  %  igen ir.cUf.-os 7 and I i I ."• rt tii lent In hia book ; Mel h.etl > t.-.e *'' be (on • %  r the ttlet k of nations the fly lega are alw \; s t torn o! Prof. S>_:.z Br : ... fficia] repi raeli government in L in I n pressed hia deep :.-.g of the death .: a mar played "a pei portani part in the foun :.:.. the Jewish state Lord Melchett was i iin • the International Nickel ] Canada. Besides is indusl religious interests, he w ested in art and was the aul of several books on bank finance. Born Henry Mor.d. he su his father, the first Baron of Melchett in 1930. His father was Jewish and his mother Christian and he was baptized in the Churd %  ,' %  ,. the .-. -.. ONI 8 HE •. %  M i PE-EP HENRY FOREMAL he was baptized in the Chun."-, of England. Riverside Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements. T< body was accompanied to New York by Abe Eisenberg, executive of the chapel. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 4 FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1949 TEVETH 27, 5709 Red Cross Drive Begins March 1 The Dade County Red Cross has | !" rT A '' Unopened ,b 1949 fund offices at' ,: ." ua me ican .. ti in has luring *hs affected Jve! ,nd residenl -A re• Red Cross of $414,163.00." rJSS • ready apd b vHv: .:nandchapter headquarters, 507 N E 1st Ave. Goal for the campaign which will be held in March is $302,200.00. The drive will open March 1 and 4,000 volunteers are beintr recruited to give everv adult in Dade County an opportunity Steward for InCrTand"^. Dav L DubUe public information 57^. A h C Mc Graner, 560XE to contribute to the American Red of the ^Vf n namc d ^airman Cross. %  women's residential divi -The Dade County Chapter has men' of SMl 1 0 ? the vice **ira defimte obligation." H. H. Hy'S f h W? 1V w ,0n wi be heId man, southern division manager J a t 1*15 p m H te1, Wed nesdav Federation .Sots 1949 Appeal Coal tltin : Page 1) elude a S200.000 building fund as part of a fiv e year community panning program on the 1949 appeal. lion 21-man budget which has held 45 ini i it began analyzing %  i fun Is in October, re* 11 applications desired In: appeal. Each of •ions was carefully j and recommendations ftei a thorough dis". by the committee and a Fifteen agencies nied inclusion. • : • : -' I as chairman budget committee. Other David Andron. Di Frank Coret, JosDr Stanley Frehhng. •' Iman, Maurice Fur%  ; %  Gardner, Mrs. LOULS Goldman, Mrs. Ab' %  Iman, Stuart Gordon, enre Levenson. Harrv Rabe. • >n Russak. Samuel T. Sapiro S. Shapoff, Milton Sukin, AlE. Stone and Col. Elry Stone. not recommended for inclusion in the 1949 Combined sh Appeal: Agudath Israel h Council of Amor.. Amer. Bibh. al Encyclopedic Society. Amer. Comm. for Relief of J'--vs. Amor. Pro-Falasomnuttee, Amer. Red Mogen SSL*" Pak st 'ne. Common Council for Amer. Unity. Hebrew rlTT L { Bro oklyn>, Jewish 1 Orthodox Committee. fewMh Children's Service Jewish mat.on Bureau, Jewish Sta• stica Bureau. Menorah Associar; I al i? tlnp Symphonic Choir '.Theol.sem. Yesh. ChachLubh, and Vaad Hatzala. Concert Cancelled srhlT i A J c Tem Pleton concert Bvfr d f r M nda y m ht at fv cen n n Auditori "m has been n',', „ • accord 'nK to an ancr c n ermla.er. R Uth Br tman INVOKES BLESSING AT INAUGURATION %  A' Rabbi Samuel ThurmM %  United Hebrew Temple %  • Louis, a personal friend ol r^l ident Harry S. Truman. yoked a blessing at the I auguration in Washington "-I the President took the 0SJ office for his first elected "J on Thursday. January 20n %  bi Thurman. a graduate ol Hebrew Union College. first rabbi in the history | United Slates to take pan presidential mony. inaugur .Morgenthau To Head Palestine l>


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[Y. JANUARY 28, 1949 jonal Brotherhood Week Proclaimed, bi Zwitman, Miss Mac Vicar, Roberts eceive "Human Relations" Citations +Jmisli ncrldfon PAGE FIVE jnal Brotherhood Week, between February 20 and Mng the week of Washingsirthday, will be observed proclamations issued by Robert L. Floyd of Miami fcyor Keith Phillips of Coral is'iicd by the National Conof Cnristiar.s and Jews, lek will be observed through lal program being arranged i Miami Round Table of that Presentation of the awards will be made by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president cf the University of Miami „• don of the faculty, Andrew T. Hei.lv and George Cherlkof, co-chairmen of the Round Table. Dr. Edgar De Witt Jones, former president of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ of America, will be the featured speaker. A noted author and lecturer, Dr. Jones has written 34 books and ***i *\ ft L .: % % %  Keen working out the plans for National Brotherhood Week be observed from February 20 to 27 are Andrew T. Healy, fge Cherlkof and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, co-chairmen of the n Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and ization, according to Andrew %  ottschall, Florida Regional loi of the Conference. fchlijiht of the week will be inual Brotherhood banquet hi Id at the Miami Women's on February 22. at which Miamians will receive citafrom the National Conferf distinguished services in ring human relations." t; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitspiritual leader of Temple ; Richard B. Roberts, Jr., president of the Catholic Wel|Bureau; and Alice M. Macassistant superintendent in g( of instruction in Dade ity schools. lectured before hundreds of college and university groups across the nation. The Irving Caesar "Songs of Friendship" in animated cartoons will be shown. Dr. Robert Giffen of the Greater Miami Council of Churches will pronounce the invocation and Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom will give the benediction. Harold Turk will read President Truman's proclamation of Brotherhood Week. Sttanley C. Myers will preside. Reservations for the banquet may be made by calling the Round Table office, 406 Calumet Building, at 9-6218. lihlren's Home foup To Sponsor % nor Luncheon annual donor luncheon of INational Home for Jewish hen at Denver will be held lay at noon at the Bcach|er, 1271 Dade Blvd., Miami 15' Discount withAdv. (en-Buy Retail at Wholesale Prices Specialize in Forstmann rics—"The World's Finest" •ENUINE FORSTMANN JANITEEN & JUILLIARD I SILK GABARDINE >UITS %  SLACKS p FIT THE HARD TO FIT tI Rise Slacks a Specialty [Austin Burke Mfrs. Outlet en's Fine Clothes 528 Pennsylvania Avenue t Off Lincoln Road. M. B. pen Mon.-Wed.-FrL Eve. Philadelphia Since 1908 Beach. This is the biggest fund-raising project of the year and Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, president, asks the cooperation of all members and friends. Chairman for the affair is Mrs. M. B. Ross with Mrs. George B. Feller, Mrs. John B. Feller and Miss Sadye Nathan serving as cochairmen. Mrs. Benn Bloom will be in charge of publicity. Mrs. Albert Dubler, Mrs. Gisella Newlander and Mrs. Louis Kane will handle reservations. Mrs. Herman Wronker, chairman of hostesses will be assisted by the Mesdames Sam Tunick, Frank Cole, Mel Crane, Elsie Leschel, Seymour Gladstone, Harry Kaufman, Gisella Newlander, Benn Bloom. Mrs. Sam Luby and Mrs. Sax Alexander will serve as treasurers. 1*1 Nil jMu WUM*T:0N 101 ilUNl.l! PllllTSh Metro Smoked Fish Corp. 18 Ocean Drive Miami Beach. Florida Phone 58-5300 ALLAN FINKELSTEIN SEE TIEDE FOR TILE NEW — REPAIR — REPLACEMENTS Y Adds To Women's Athletic Program The women's physical education program at the Miami YMHA has been extended to include gymnasium session and a Health Club with available masseuse each Tuesday and Thursday morning at 10 a.m. in addition to the Tuesday afternoon and evening sessions at 1 and 8 p.m. At these sessions the women may participate in body conditioning through calisthenics, sweat bath and massage in the health club, and instruction and tournament play in special activities such as volleyball, newcomball, deck tennis, handball, paddleball, ping pong, basketball, softball, rope skip, medicine ball and group games. Son To Install Father At Golden Age Ceremonies The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Y will conduct an installation of officers on Sunday evening, February 6, at the Miami Y. A unique feature of this program will be the installation of the president, Isaac Englander, by his son, Simon Englander, local attorney. Jennie Goldstein Plaza Show Star Jennie Goldstein, the "first lady of the Yiddish stage" will appear at the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, to fill a six day engagement beginning Thursday, February 3. The accompanying feature presentation stars Esta Salzman, Muni Serebroff and Yetta Zwerling in "Her Second Mother." The current attraction at the Plaza is "The Great Advisor," with Irving Jacobson, Mae Schoenfeld, Cantor Leibele Waldman and Yetta Zwerling. Appearing in person are the stars of the film, Irving Jacobson and Miss Schoenfeld. <( I Dread The Very Thought of It" How often this statement has been made when trying to put away from your thinking, the "inevitable" that comes to every person and family. Yet such an hour can be made easier in making preparations today for the whole family, when the mind is not clouded. This can be done through careful planning and selection of a family plot that will show the love and devotion to all those who you hold so dear. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU 1. WISE COUNSELING in selecting the plot to meet your need. 2. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING that lends beauty to the final tribute to the departed loved one. 3. Special Mount Nebo "Pre-need" Plan to make such a purchase easy for you. For full particulars, write or phone: MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Olympia Building Office Phone 3-3720 M S.W. 38th Ave. Ph. 48-6657



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PAGE SIX +j&isljkrfflari^ = ^_ • RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday ev.-ning services at 5 Late Friday evening foruitl at Rabbi M. • will speak n ..larael Rel irn Re> I I lead in the eommui --> • %  by thBeth Jai ob Rellgl • C of Congregation Mt. Sin... Bro N. Y will I'h.int the sel Saturday nv rning service* a' Reg ilar Sabbath Rabbi Meacheloff will prea h on -That They Will Know. I %  ervlcei held foi h elementary school age In thi >• %  ua School ann< x al I I under direction of Max Bertman of the facultv, Kiddush will be served under direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mi:icha at 5:11 followed by ShalOi Soudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday School at l" a.m. Dally school from 8:80 to 1:10. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evenli t servlci s al • I In the abaence of Rabbi Max SI Stanley C Myers David board and ; r< sldi nt of the' Cll of Jewish I and well Fund will conduct service! I : %  .;,..;>. B will b inducted by 1< B Gordon, exe< utlv< direct David Cantui M • %  u • %  M : • %  • • %  % % %  officiate. Dr an I M will be atclv after ti.• Dr. Oren's mother. F been made by th ens bath servl< •• %  at !:80 a services at I I Sundaj Bai Mltsvah breakfast for b y evenii :. ... • %  the subject oi Evetythinq for the Mo&Wi' Your Smooth Tires have more TRADE-IN Value when you buy SEIBERLING TIRES "America's Finest Tire" $2.06 down puts a new SEIBERLING on your carl Balance $1.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT al your nearest Dixie Service Station ram 2(133 101S.W. F/ecTricerl Appliances for the Horn*



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At this meeting a symposium entitled "The Jewish Child in the American Scene" will take place. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel, Miss Malvina Weiss, principal of Central Beach High school, Dr. Donald Michelson of the Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami, and Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Hebrew Academy, will participate. At the conclusion of the symposium, parents and the members of the faculty will have the opportunity to participate in an open forum. A report will be rendered by Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman on the library tea which was recently held at the home of Mrs. Lillian Stone. Mrs. Sugarman, chairman of the event, was assisted by the Mesdames Irving Makovsky, Jack Burris, Irving Frankel and Sidney Rubinowitz. Prior to the symposium at 7:30 p.m., the parents will have the opportunity of meeting the members of the faculty in both the Hebrew and English departments to discuss the individual progress of pupils. These conferences will enable the parents to evaluate not only the status of their children, but also the progress being made in the various grades of the school. Refreshments will be served under the supervision of Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, chairman of the committee of hostesses. A meeting of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy will be held Sunday morning at the academy at 10:30, Dr. David S. Andron, president, announced. A report of the activities which have been planned for the season will be given by the chairmen of the committees and plans for new activities will be formulated. A breakfast meeting of the Fathers' Club of the Hebrew Academy will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. An educational program has been prepared by the committee in charge of arrangements which will enable members to participate in symposium, "My Child at the Hebrew Academy." Plans will be formulated by the members of the organization for the ensuing term. The committee on arrangements includes Ben Zion Ginsberg, chairman, Irwin Makovsky and Manuel Jacobson, co-chairmen. Miami Hadassah To Hear Clarke Edward Clarke of the University of Miami School of Music faculty will review the book "Peace of Mind" before the Miami Group of Hadassah Monday, February 14 at 1:30 p.m., at the Miami Y. Mr. Clark, who has been affiliated with the University of Miami for 14 years, is one of the best known book reviewers and lecturers in Miami. Under the auspices of the Adult Education Division of the University, Mr. Clarke delivers weekly talks on books and music at the Miami Woman's Club. The book "Peace of Mind" by the late Rabbi Joshua Loth Liebman is one of America's best selling non-fiction books. Mrs. Irving Genet, chairman of the Jewish National Fund project will be in charge of the program. The public is invited to attend. Talicmof f Becomes Beach Campaign Manager For Candidate Stockdale Grant Stockdale, candidate for state representative for Dade County, has announced that George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney and civic leader, has accepted the managership of his campaign on Miami Beach. Talianoff, former director of the Florida Regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, is a director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and is vice president of its Men's Club. He is also vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. The first primary for state representative will take place February 7. Thirteen candidates have entered the race. Chicago Visitor To Fete Daughter At Luncheon Mrs. Ruth Chernyk, Chicago season guest at the Shelborne, will entertain at a cocktail lunchen at the hotel Wednesday. Guest of honor will be Mrs. Chernyk's daughter from Chicago, Mrs. B. I. Lazar, who recently arrived for a two-weeks' vacation here. The luncheon guest list includes Mrs. Chernyk's aunt and cousin, Mrs. Louis Friedman and Mrs. Gus Feuer of Hibiscus Island, Mrs. Daniel Ruskin, Mrs. Ben Hartley, Mrs. David Bass, Mrs. Philip Rosenberg, Mrs. Irving Gordon, Mrs. Dolores Cohen, Mrs. Maurice H. Koven and Mrs. Arthur Steiner. Histadruth To Meet Pincus Puchkoff, honorary president of the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith, will lecture on "The Future of the Galuth and Yiddish" at a meeting of the group Sunday in the patio of the Spinoza Forum, 11th St. and Collins Ave. On the same program Professor Ruben Gordis, scholar and philosopher, will speak. All interested in Hebrew are invited to attend and participate in the discussion. The All Fun All Yiddish Show! Today thru Sun. ON THE STAGE IRVING JACOBSON and MAE SCHOENFELD The Yiddish Theatre's Funniest Pair AND ON THE SCREEN IRVTNG JACOBSON. 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PAGE EIGHT 'JmlstiFhrldftor FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1949 Personally Speaking .. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerance and son have moved into their new home at 1535 West 21st St., Sunset Island Four. Dr. and Mrs. Julius Sperling, 2142 Coral Way, announce the birth of a son, Stephen Michael, born January 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The bris took place January 18 with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Nathan Sperling, the baby's grandfather, was Sandek and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Sperling, the baby's uncle and aunt, were the godparents. The mother is the former Rena Zalph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zalph, 2236 S.W. 3rd St. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morris Keller, 6246 S.W. 11th St., announce the birth of a daughter, Joan, born January 15 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The grandmother is Mrs. Minnie Keller, 3230 N.W. 7th St. Rabbi Robert Gordis of the Jewish Center in Rockaway Park, N. Y., is a guest at the Netherlands Hotel. Rabbi Gordis' brotherin-law, Rabbi Jacobson, who was a guest in Miami Beach last year, is now on an inspection tour in Israel. Annetta Rick, lyric soprano, formerly a student at the Miami Conservatory of Music, appeared in the Miami Opera Guild production of "Aida." Miss Rick will also sing in "Martha" to be presented here in March. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct., have as their houseguest their nephew, Jacob Sandbrand of New York. Mr. Sandbrand, who was one of the first displaced persons to gain admission to the United States, arrived here in May, 1946. While Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kleinberg, Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending their annual winter vacation in Miami Beach, they are being feted by Mr. and Mrs. Eli Einbinder, 3351 S.W. 2nd St. The Kleinbergs are stopping at the Shelborne. Also at the Shelborne are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ginsburg, St. Louis, who arrived recently on the evening of their 26th anniversary. The couple was honored at a party given by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinberg, former St. Louis residents now residing at 1225 S.W. 22nd Terr. Mr. and Mrs. Benson Cummis of Newark N. L will arrive Sunday to visit Mrs. Cummis' parents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, 2648 S.W. 30th Ct. Mr. Cummil is a senior executive of Saks Fifth Avenue and Mrs. Cummia ia a buyer for L. Bamberger and Company. -* -* Mrs. Joseph Elkin of New York la = guest crt the Cardozo Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Elkin is a sister-in-law c: Mrs. Nathan Shandlofi, 350 S.W. 21st Rd. and Leon Elkin, 1519 Drexel Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zeientz of New York are guests at the San Juan Hotel. Miami Beach. Mr. Zeientz is a brother of Louis Zeientz of this city. The New Yorkers will remain here for one month. Chester H. Gelbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, 1630 S.W. 10th St., is visiting his parents for one week. Chester is a junior at Northeastern University of Boston, where he is a chemistry major. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodman, 6780 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, born January 25 at St. Francis Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman are the parents of two other children, Marilyn and Marvin. Professor and Mrs. Jekuthiel Ginsburg, New York, are visiting their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman, 1030 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. While here they will attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of Mr Ginsburg's mother, the late Bella Ginsburg. Honeymooning at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr and Mrs. Edward Eisenstadt of New York. Mrs. Eisenstadt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Levine of Manhattan Beach, New York, will join them this week. Residents of Miami and Miami Beach who have been entertaining the Eisenstadts include Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldbera and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Metnick. Mrs. Harold Turk and dauqhter, Cornelia, left this week for New York, where they will attend the wedding of Mrs Turk's srster, Cynthia Wohlstadter, to Jerome O. Kushel. The weddina will be an event of Sunday, February 6, at the Essex House. Mr lurk will join his wife and daughter before the ceremony Make every weal a festive occasion Formulatinq plans for the Miami Beach Group Business and Professional Hadassah bazaar to be held at the Beach Y from 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday. February 6, are: (left to right) sitting. Cell Cook, Lillian Goodman. Jean Brown, Frances Lebon. Esther Goodman: standing, Dorothy Parker, Dora Keller, Jeanette Yatcman, Marguerite Marx, Bea Cypress, Tilla Greif, Mildred Krupsaw. Mrs. Rooff Reveals Daughter's Troth The engagement anci ing marriage of Muriel Rooff to Edward Broad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broad, Springfield. Mass., has been announced by her :r.other, Mrs. Estelle Rooff, 918 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach. Miss Rooff is a graduate of Queens College. Her fiance is a graduate of Carnegie Technical Institute. Plans are lor a summer wedding. "iimcwwm •twin MM IS PRODUCT or THI UKIKS or luuSSn (iuSoi Samuel A. Blank To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blank 1410 S.W. 17th Terr., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Samuel Allen, tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congreg a ; i o n. The boy will conduct services and address the conition. Rabbi April will respond. Samuel is a student at S. .nan doah Junior High and a group leader in Boy Scout Troop No 85 of the Miami Hel rew S I and Congregation. Friends and relatives ;,: %  vited to attend. Joanne Saltzman Will Wed J. Donald Richstone Mrs Yetta M, Saltzman of Miami Beach, formerly of Atlanta, iun ed t!., engagement of er daughter, Joanne, to J. Donald Richstone, Mm of Mr. and Mrs. Jose] a L. Richstone, Youngstown, Ohio. Mii tzm; n is a graduate of the University of Miami and a .!! th< local public school system. Mr. Richstone attended Ohio State University and since his :\turn from the Army has ited in business with his fat i r. Although no date has been set for the wedding, it will be an it of Fi bruary. PYiends Will Fete Jewish Author A group of friends and colleagues including Sholem Asch, Dr. A. Mukduni and Tunkeler, have arranged a cultural and musical evening in honor of Iser Tolush, eminent Jewish author, on his 60th birthday anniversary. The affair will take place at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, on Saturday, February 5, at 8 p.m. Artists who will appear on the program, which has been arranged by Anyuta Melicov, include: Sophie Kemper, soprano; Marcel Chilaud, tenor; Anyuta Melicov, pianist; Israeli Vocal Trio; Habonim dancers. Refreshments will be served. Samuel Blank Tri Beta Supper Tri Beta Council of Miai V will sponsor a pot i morrow night at 5:30 at the of Miss Lila Pearl, 1823 S W lit] Terr. Mollic Hoss Joined To Ily Pearlman In a. candlelight ceremony Mollie Ross become the bride of Hy Pearlman at the home of the groom'j : ither-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mis. Sam Schulwolf, 2111 S W. 23) I AM Rabbi Simon April officiated. I' • bride, given in marriage by Mr Schulwolf, was attired in a Rrey s trimmed with satin. She wore a matching hat and an orchid corsage, Al Pearlman served as his %  I man. couple made a tour of the iving the ceremony and • s %  %  %  ng at H80 S.W. 1st St. % %  : % %  ; %  • %  : %  : % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  %  ——PPR fATlOTH THEATRES. M I n>Jja,xaiiUR£9^q "5 I fbM3U ST OPEN 'I:**. SUNDAY MM*!, • ONutH MINI co.. iac Memorial Banquet Set For February 6 At Victor The HI AS Peoples Tourist Committee announces that the annual banquet which Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller give in memory of their son, Victor, will take place Sunday, February 6, at the Victor Hotel. Participants in the musical portion of the program will be Cantor Maurice Mamches, Anna Grossberg and Anyuta Melicov. -ft. M ines LINGERIE LACE... Alencon-type edges... special! 39c yard Lovely lace edges for lengthening slips, for trimming bedjackets, gowns and other feminine lovelies! About 3inch width in: white, black, ecru, light blue and soft pink. Burdlna't, Miami. Ribbon* and Trimminji, Socond Floor



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f JANUARY 28, 1949 -Jewlstincrknan PAGE NINE v Notovitz To Samuel Stcen [troths! of Shirley NotoLmui-1 Steen, son of the ftci-ns. 5172 S.W. 4th St., announced by her parani l Mrs. Ben Notovitz, I 2bt St. lect attended PennJ College for Women and %  attending the University li, Mr. Steen is a universiItudent and a member of bda Phi and Alpha Phi ind Book By •li Poetess iblished foma Gerbert, 940 Sth St., Beach, has received word Ui5 Markovitz, her pub[at her second book, 'The of My Heart," a collection


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PAGE TEN Yiddish Theatre On the Air WI3TZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordinas Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasaiir, Program Director Pan-American Ophthalmic Dispeosery !A Division of Pan-American Institute of Optics. lac A COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE AT A LOWER COST 149 NX. 2nd Street MIAML FLA. Phone cZ-::;£ Meeting Of AJC Set For Monday At Monte Carlo !" ~* .'-%  7 ter of the Ameri-~ong :•: od y at 1 pi t the Mont Carl H tel Coll 85th Si Glickrcai % %  -'' ann unces M L uis G.; ; i ". it trip to] -the Council oi %  '• and '•'•' s Mrs • :an Jewish 2 red as a elegal I tl Fl rida Women's Divis %  ill be Dr Mar is, cl rmai f the polir World J JS. Dr. Marcu turnt I and eastern Eui pe, is %  • ;: • ~" -' ish Congress ii gni% %  :•. the Bill of Hu-ir. 7. ._:• nard Barr. Herbert S rer, Th n Blar -• %  "• •• participal an remony ii ::'•..%  30th i nniv< i ry f thi on ing : the AJC. .; %  .• : i -: m will conclud M tha Re I I guest ... Mrs ann -.meed. 9>J ml§tfhrkfi9r Rabbi Zwitman Speaks At Lear Graduation tman was FRIDAY, JAN UARY i Arlcne Rothenberg gave the | in an oratorio of their valedictory address and Joseph position and the t thesehoT" 1 from "Aida." ,u ft „ &f „j__ t 0, -"M Burakoff welcomed the guests. dere d several selection/ 1 *' Heler.e Shupack, the third padLJj* !" J* *• Gen an „,. !r o m ^KWESftS The three graduates also appeared | in honor of th e gradnJj f THE PUBLIC MAY KNOW GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS MIVI your roof rpalrd now; you will sava on %  now roof later "Satiefaotory Work by Experienced Men" 414 K. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-M80 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 218 3-1254 — 9-9472 While Help for Homes. Hotels. Restaurants, Offices. Medical and Dental Assts. r > C ^r7)0 S. W. 12Ui AV MIAMI-, Lft*. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME K imCULLY KPKSOT T* HAJOtTT, Of rWtTttirj JEWISH FUNFJUL MKS Information Gladly fuinahtd on Htqunt SttVIIK MIAMI BEACN & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish TOS. L. PLUMMER ruatxal Director West Flagler Introduces New System of Making Up Greyhound Races W • Fl g] K ucing to tl e S] this year £-. new up greyhound i ification system. The -• w •• rolul ing the past; racing an i ling to Track t in th port. Ir. thi r. lion system, ea h d 2 cl himself, v ng up and down in graci' he peri -.-, wins automatically moves into a grade, while perform up tations in two to four starts L< demoted a grade. Each race carries a grade ficstion. Also the grade of each dog is listed in his past pe :' rmance line. At the start of the 1949 Flagler meeting, each dog was given a grade by tl r,g secretary. Past racing I • and tr lining events combined to decide the grade for the older dogs, while the pups' gradir.gs were guided by T -" t:r ling performances. Thenew Flagler race-making system calls for the greyhounds to run in eight different grades— AA. A. B. C, D. E. F and G. The super hot box dogs like Beachcomber carry the AA grading, while other greyhounds of feature race calibre carry A and B gradmgs. The other grades follow down the line ir. order to the lowest grade of G. Maidens are carried as M greyhounds on the program and will not be given a grading until they have won a race. Ginsburg Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Bella Gir.sburg. formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to atttend. Teich Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rebecca Teich formerly of 4165 Post Ave Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. m the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Ceme tery with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoysky officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend by W. L. Philbrick OPEN LETTER TO THE PUBLIC ON JANUARY 19, 1949 BY DADE COUNTY AMBULANCE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION OVER SIGNATURES OF K. B. BESS PRESIDENT AND C. D. VAN ORSDEL, SECRETARY. SAID 1. "ON ONE SIDE ARE SOME NINETEEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHO OPERATE AMBULANCE SERVICE. ON THE OTHER SIDE IS MR. W. L. PHILBRICK, WHO SEEKS A MONOPOLY AT JACKSON MEMORIALAND HAS HAD A. MONOPOLY AT DADE COUNTY HOSPITAL FOR THE LAST YEAR." 2. "WE CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE OUR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OPERATED IN THIS MANNER. THEREFORE IT WILL BE NECESSARY, IT APPEARS, FOR US TO OFFER OUR SERVICES TO THE COUNTY WITHOUT CHARGE-IN AN ATTEMPT TO BREAK UP THIS MONOPOLY." DEFINITION OF MONOPOLY WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY AT MIAMI PUBLIC LIBRARY PAGE 1,587 "Exclusive possession of the trade in some article or exercise of some business." NOW FACTS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ^^ ^ The following funeral homes have served the patients of Dade County Hospital from January 1, 1948 to date: Funeral Home Na of Cgtj, PHILBRICK 61 VAN ORSDEL ". 15 BESS 5 COMBS u TURNER 12 LITHGOW %  FLAGLER 0 WILHELM 8 AHEARN e TRACY 5 GLASS LANIER „ GERHARDT ""'" t GAUTIER J HOLLYWOOD MORTUARY RIVERSIDE J Total Deaths ZZZZZZZZZ! 168 DADE COUNTY HOSPITAL. NO MONOPOLY THERE-IS THERE? TOU May Make Your Own Conclusion! X^^STJS." 01 have ,o ioin wi a ny n or me W. L. PHILBRICK Director of Funerals and Personnel Are Worthy of Your Recommendation TWEN ]£!n? UR H UR DEPENI >ABLE AMBULANCE SERVICE 660 W. FWer St B .w?S ami Beach Ccrta Gable* 3-6363 1333 Dade Boukvard 837 Ponce DeLeon Blvi 5 3311 4-7644



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1949 +Jenisti fhrBdHan PAGE ELEVEN Scholarships Given By Nat'l Council College students throughout the country are invited to apply for the 1949 Hannah G. Solomon scholarships in graduate social work, Miss Shirley Stein, New York City, chairman of the junior division of the National Council of Jewish Women, announced. Competition for these awards, which cover tuition fees, is open to any college senior or graduate interested in community service work. Scholarships are given on the basis of scholastic records, aptitude for welfare work and financial need. Applications should be sent to the junior division, National Council of Jewish Women, 1819 Broadway, New York 23, New York, before June 1. The Hannah G. Solomon Fund, established to honor the founder of the National Council of Jewish Women, has been maintained by the junior division of council since 1929 to help alleviate the shortage of trained social workers. Four scholarships were awarded in 1948. Directors Of Beth Jacob Sisterhood Hold Meeting At a board of dicetors meeting of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation, held in the home of Mrs. Jack Felt on Wednesday evening, Mrs. Rose Kline, chairman of the Chanuka concert, made her final report on that affair. The Mesdames Ben Kalish and Louis Makovsky reported on the games party at the Marseilles Hotel, of which they were cochairmen. Plans were formulated for a silver tea to be held on February 22. Mrs. Harry Genet will be the hostess in her new home at 5101 Lakeview Dr. Mrs. Martin Genet is in charge of the program. Blaustein, Engel Named Leaders Of The American Jewish Committee Jacob Blaustein (left) of Baltimore was elected president of The American Jewish Committee, succeeding Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, and Irving M. Engel (right) of New York was elected chairman of the executive committee at the 42nd annual meeting of The American Jewish Committee, held Jan. 21-23 in New York. I. Ray Mills Opens Investigation Office I. Ray Mills, former special investigator for the state attorney, announced this week that he has opened his own firm, Ray Mills Investigators, Inc., with offices in Biscayne Building. Mills states that the firm will handle all types of private investigation for attorneys, insurance firms and individuals. There will be three men on the investigation staff besides Mills. Life Ineuranca Eetatea Authorltativaly Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life ln. Co. •07 Blecayne BldQ. Ph. 3-4818 or 4-N81 Baa or phone ma for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Botwin Promoted Marine Corps Headquarters has announced the promotion of Perry Botwin, 1941 S.W. 18th St., to the rank of captain in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. During the war Botwin was a member of the Fourth Division of the Marine Corps and was awarded two citations for heroic action in the Pacific Theatre. T*M MST IM KOSHIt MOW %  MST IN KC 1141 Washington Aw*. NOW AIR CONDITIONED Full Course Dinners from $1.25 Special Delicatessen Platters Sandwiches Luncheon Kishka Knishes Strudel Kosher Buffet Tray Service To Your Home We Retail Delicatessen 3-50CCI LIUSSBO AM>ksv*?oCo*rMAcms % 669 N-W. 6* Str MIAMI 36. FLORIDA irtMi*H^niMim H i i Miiiii^lW IH


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PAGE TWELVE +Je*ls*ncrldtor FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, I949 Lourie To Address Initial Gifts Unit Dinner Thursday The Honorable Arthur Lourie, consul general in New York of the Israeli government, will be principal speaker and guest of honor at a dinner meeting of the initial gifts unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Sherry Fronlenac Hotel, Sam Blank, chairman of the unit, announced. This s the first precampaign fur.ction of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal and will launch the drive. "Miami is one of the few cities which Mr. Lourie will visit in connection with tr.c campaign," Blank stated, "and we feel very fortunntc :n having such an individual come here to give us a confidential behind-the-scenes report as to what is now going on in Israel." A meeting of the special gifts unit, headed by Abraham Goodman, was held Tuesday at 3 o'clock at Federation headquarters. Phr.s wre discussed for a kickoff dinner to be held early in February. Workers in the women's gift unit, under the chairmans r ip of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, met yesterday to plan benefit affairs for the drive. Assisting Mrs. Sirkin in the unit are Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. The group has set the following tentative dates for affairs: February 7, S365 minimum luncheon; February 14, $100 minimum luncheon; February 23, sacrifice gift luncheon ($36.50 minimum) on the Beach; February 24, sacrifice gift luncheon in town. Workers in the hotel unit, under Samuel Rifkind, held a meeting yesterday to discuss plans for an initial gifts dinner early in February. 5# Mrs. Harold Turk (left), president of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, is seen selling the first tickets to the organization's luncheon and fashion show scheduled for Tuesday. February 8. at the Delano Hotel, to Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz, wife of the president of the Delano Hotel Corp. Others pictured are (left to right) Mrs. Arthur Frishman. Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Alexander Liebow. Stevers Theatre To Open February 1 Stevers Oceanside Theatre, Di and First St., Miami will introduce the legitim. theatrx to this area with the opening on February 1st of Sp ngtime for Henry" starring „ 1 Ev. rett Horton and Glenl a Farrell Mr. Horton has deplaygoers throughout the with his portrayal of the I ai helor in the clutches of ign ng females. A Ivance sales have reached box of (ire proportions, evidencing fact that both Miamians and winter visitors have been waiting for this type of entertainment, arling to Producer Richard Stevvho has announced a policy of a new show each week. The : 1, will be followed v John Loves Mary," with Guy M.i lison. Evening porf< rmancea will be| R 30 with a Wednesday matsi edul< I for 3 o'clock. Poppri ;es will be in effect start* $1.20 for evenings and $.90 •he afterr.oor.s. Reservations secured by calling 58-8410. Mrs. Warriner Is Candidate For Legislative Post Mrs. Frances O. Warriner, a mother ar.d successful business woman, with offices at 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, is the only woman who has quailified as a candidate for the Democratic primary nomination for state representative from Dade County. In planning her active campaign Mrs. Warriner announced a progressive platform of 16 points which is headed by "Procure for Dade County a state medical and dental school." She states her opposition to the proposed five per cent hotel room tax and takes a determined stand in favor of state water and flood control. The canmmwmm 11 —1 I Slip Covers \ 7 Upholstering f Draperies I %  Ded Spreads f Head Boards I Cornices i Made to Order Reasonably Priced > Quality work guaranteed T\ THE ORIGINAL L HMJJ IRA W L S 0 N 1 I 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE H PHONE 3-0151 j FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPI.ES Beach Women To Hold Style Show The annual lur.cheon and fashion show sponsored by the M ami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'i Women will I e held Tui February 8. at noon at the D< I Hotel, Miami Beach. Attire to 1 shown will come from "•'• Newman. Proceeds from the event, the chief fund-raising affair year, will go toward th< Hshment of the Opthalmic Cl in Tel Aviv. The Beaih P. B'rith Women are work • B'nai B'rith Women all ovei t • country to make this j.'ift 1 ossi Reservations may be made contacting Mrs. Arthur Frishman or Mrs. Alexander Liebow, cochairman of the affair. Mrs. Harry Kaufman is planning the program in cooperation with Mrs i Turk, president, and Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein. didate favors financial aid to 1 it and counties by the state and nursery school and recreational facilities to become a part of the Florida school system. Mrs. Warriner also urge! thi advertising and publicizing 1 I Florida's natural resourci tical aid to the farmi tion of unnecessary red tape for old age pensions, legislation 1 x tending veterans' benefits, thi equalization of tax n t s throughout the state, thi I only one homestead exempt provision for control of bay bott lands; a super-higl w entire East Coast of Florida, widening ar.d deepening t!.. Coastal waterway, conservation of fish and wild life and a centra purchasing program. The candidate has been a Miami area resident since 1932 lives in Miami Beach with two of her three children. Or., daughters, Eugenia Marie is married to a veterar. of World War II. Mrs. Warriner declared: "I propose to support to the limit 1 %  efforts to raise its share of funds for Everglades flood control and reclamation which I regard as the most important public improvement ever undertaken in the state The Everglades project will increase the state's wealth by the billions, ultimately improving the lot of every citizen in our commonwealth." Mrs Warriner is a member of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Chamber of Commerce, League of Women Voters Roumanian Restaurant Available For Weddings The con\ %  %  I by a fl how, all under the same i I availabli now • 1 ;•>:,!• r Miai 1 % %  th th< an nounci t by Kitl • itii .it theii • n ] • Restaurant R M Bi • Kitty and I v. ul in California," Mr. I Fl "and it proved very suci I en For the ceremonies the oon to reseml le a ith a white carpeted center i isle leading up to a ca1 %  ind e the rit held. Thi tables, whii h have been Iding, an tl 1 returned for thi dinm 1 and flooi : ition call Kitty at 5 2156. Haganah Jrs. Win Miami Y Basketball Tourney The intermediate house basketIt agui at the Miami Y has : its end With Haganah Jrs completing a clear, sweep of wins ami no defeats as a lit of itvictory over the bee J t Thursday evening wit! a score of 61 to 26. Arnold Bobs 1 1, who has aver: 18 point .1 1 me, '.'.as again scorer on Thursday evening • ". 1 lit nd has been voted • \ alual le player in the tournament. Hadassah Group To Hold Style Show February 24 Miami Group of Hadassah w om en will vie with Patricia Vanct models in a fashion show presentation to be staged Thursday, Feb. ruary 24, from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Havana-Madrid Club, 300 S W la St. Margaret Newman Original will be shown with Patricia Vance as commentator and Josephine Adler as piano accompanist. Women desiring to play cards before and after the show may come at 1 p.m. and remain until 4 p.m. Refreshments will be provided. Financial secretary. Mrs Rae Frome, 950 S.W. 12th Ave., announces that admission is by paid up membership only. Prepares You For the Country'! Leading Colleges ACADEMIC. COMMERCIAL, MUSIC. ART, DRAMATICS Swimming in Private Outdoor Pool Kindergarten. Primary, H.S. IDA R. LEAR. Dir. 1010 West Ave., MB. Marian's Shoppe EXCLUSIVE HAND BAGS & ACCESSORIES Specializing in Custom Made Hand Bags Remodeling & Repairing Done on Premises 16S3 Lenox Are.. Miami Beach Phone 5-4890 DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure Water* CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 P A I M VEG ETARIAN and DAIRY IMLrt 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. FRANCES O. WARRINER FOR STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP II PLANKS IN HER PLATFORM: iJ!";-::'-,""* "•••• %  fc-hoo] ; n., ; • For Intelligent Conscientious Energetic ... Representation Vote FOR FRANCES O. WARRINFR Mother of Three ChUd„ n „? Successful Businesswoman PKAM MAmi LODtl SHOULSON'S I WLmW UBLWmt ic!\? M E F0R CONVALESCENTS Me dian Ave., Miami Beach Ph. 58-0112 tfabatina RESTAURANT SUVno PN.J %  — _. 2655 Rtscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida M&%PS SEASON THE FLORIDIAN HOTEL West End, N. J. Phone 3-9622 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Th 0* Community-Wide Kashruth Association wiicipatmg agency of the Greater Miami Jewiih Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: rna r 'i, 0 \ ni0rmation ^^ Kashruth concerning chicken Ka^S, mea L, markeU *~lem to M*** •* or In th. City of Miami and vicinity may be obtained from our Director, Kami R? eP u h E ; Rack vky. 818 Michigan ATOBH* 2 Jr5 ^ ach phon W5W. t£FJ?*JE!. ft? a %  %  • ta •upwrlMd and • M3V Y Wi*** look for tho dan oi th* Great* 3. EvSJ 7 aa d Ha lhruth di.play.d Inth. meat mark* OrSJtf mu • *• *• identification ring oi the HArv^ST 1 Vaad Hakamhruth. n 1 B 3 A M J!l m *"• H. SOOTTN, SecyM. BEAR. Vic. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 194d + Jen 1st fBoridtati PAGE THIRTEEN INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Accounts Handled Limited to Securities Listed on the New York Stock Exchange NATHAN ABRAHAM P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. TEACHER Violin instruction for beginners ALSO Prepare boys for Bar Mitzvah Will come to your home 536 N.W. 95th St. Ph. 78-0705 B. STIEBEL Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami YMHA, outlines plans for a new women's organization to a committee which will help form the new group. The committee includes (left to right) front row. Rose Cutler, Alma Budner. Sylvia Waldorf, Muriel Gordon. Lena Weiner, Alyce Wilson; rear row, Helyn Sedon, Grossman, Be mice Dubler, Ruth Nurenberg. Rose Friedman, Lillian Snyder, Edith Fechtner and Belle Greenberg. _________________ Miami Y To Form Women's Club Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami YM & YWHA, announces the formation of a new women's group at the Miami Y. Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg has been appointed chairman of the committee in charge of organizing this group. She will be assisted by Rose Cutler, Alma Joy Budner, Sylvia Waldorf, Mildred Gordon, Edith Fechtner, Lena Weiner, Alyce Wilson, Belle Greensberg, Lillian M. Snyder, Rose Friedman, Bernice R. Dubler and Helyn Sedon. At the first meeting of the committee Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y, outlined a program of activities for a womLEGAL NOTICE en's organization. He stated that in addition to the serving on the various committees at the Y, the women may arrange programs of particular feminine interest including courses in slenderizing, talks on health and problems of children, talks and exhibitions on beauty culture, modeling and sewing. The committee is calling a mass meeting of all women members of the Miami Y for Thursday evening, February 17. All women members of the Miami Y are invited. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tinundei'HlKiK'ri, dexIrliiK to engage In buRinesa under the fictitious name of Bather Shop at <8 E. Flagler Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc County, Klorida. SAMUEL, SUTTON ] 28 I 4-11-18-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF KI.OKIOA, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121923. ANNA SEDIACEK. Plaintiff, v. JOSEI'H SEDIACEK, Defendant. Till:, JOSEPH KEDIACEK, 2083 Basset Avenue, Bronx, New York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before the 28th day of February, A.D. IS>49. or a Decree Pro ConfesHo will be entered agalnxt you. DATED: This 26th day of January, A.D. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. i Circuit Court Seal) By R, E. HODGES. Deputy Clerk. VVA8MAN, SILVER & SAKOW1TZ Attorney! Beybold Bids. i 2D 2/4-11-18-98 IN TI11C CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, r-'UiJUDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. I219S2. ALICE AI1RAMS, Plaintiff, va. VICTOR A It RAMS', Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: VICTOR ABRAMS, 219 I'-.-i.wii-k Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. IOU are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed % :ulnst you In the above styled cause on or before the 28 day of February. 1919, otherwise the allegations of said "ill of Complaint will be taken as con•esaed against you. DATED this 27 day of January, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, ._ Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK, •Solicitor for Plaintiff 703 Congreea Building 1/28 2/4H-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BLBVBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 121966. K THEL HYMAN, Plaintiff, vs. JACK HYMAN, Defendant. YOU. JACK HYMAN, c/o J. FRIEDMAM. 202 EAST 91st STREET, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before he 28th day of February. A.D. 1949. or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you DATED: This 27th day of January. AD. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. S



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PAGE FOURTEEN Education Bureau Grants (iannes Leave Of Absence A ? Gauss ezectstm iirecta* of the DUWM of Jewish Education, tan bees panted i three* -•..-•..:•••* -.: abaence effe February I foi the %  ~'"-' %  %  corr.p >•...-.? bis Pi D studies at Droptic Philadelphia eccordiri v. to mnoocement by Mar Mi pre idect DI the Bureau Gam* .:: retuiB to Miami two of three days f each month and nil] keep in daily touch with hii office and Bureau acot I Dunns hii sbeeoce Hyrnan Pomerantz. extension activities director •= % %  "-'• *> %  ctivities '5 the Bureau Gannei J graduate .. the Hebrew Lautute in New York He received his B A frona City College \'. New York and his M. A frorr Colum": .= Vversity Hr came tc M an February 1M4 and a month, late: opened the Bureau here Prior tc corning here Gannei taught iMarsha Liah Hebrew School and in the .-..?scbook Gables Center Organizes Motion Picture Group Formaboa -.'. i Moboe P I Workabop to the product** -%  .-;'-%  %  i of films of J isfa batereat hai been MUX -v the Coral Gat Uer A meeting -' %  tee group bees t_e: for ruesday t 617 Palermc Center Director R • i B a has stated that n will be writtt rected and ;3 -rf the Jewish community services at Dran -•% %  ton Klein have been 5^ dramatia director Koveo will aerve i; photography A:: intei are invited t attend Tu< ing &f Me*/** 1 fkrifcn LEGAL IfOTICE E USDEH FICTITIOUS NAVE -* •'• FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1949 LEGAL NOTICE ., r .-.DEB FICTITIOUS %  • b &r orvw th*t in d t th % %  %  %  •-• ; w £ Court ol Dade %  •.;:E -S0f XT OuS NAME •• New York >.'.•awned and directed i children's caacp for ten yean In addition tc iuties as director af the Bureau Sanrn on the faculty ? the Universitj of Mian where he teachea Hebrew He is i •i oer .' the executive ttee : : the NattonaJ Council for Ed jcation A member the board of cLrecton of the Miarr Beach Zionist District he %  affiJ ated %  .-..-. Sholem Jodge B'nai B'nth Miami B Jewish Center and Beth David Gannes famJy ... remain in Miami JWV Auxiliary To Stage Affairs At Pratt Hospital Members of the Jewi Veterans Auxiliary N Bruce Brown Poet Nc 174 conduct = community sing Sunday February ; at Pratt Gen< H --:.:-.' Wednesdaj \ ruary V -~ % %  monthly games partj f i lized patii Plans are now 1 for the annual Tag Day : funds for the commg year be r=_sed. Al] eligible women wl |oin the orgasm auon are call 4-437C or e-7912 : NOI 1 E N SDEfl a VE %  • ; EB FO fl PLBL CATION ..• T NTT. rERT. N %  %  • ra : '• • iant. %  M .. '• % %  %  •. .%  %  • • • 1)41 I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCfIT roiP.T OF TB. I1TH jri'KMAL riRCIIT IS IS* FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/JR 1D T D IN --MAN. FRY. No :;..;:, DA ALTCB MANOOOUM Unknown.. AUCB I1ANOOOIAN, PUtnUK HAR'.M. MANOOT.IAN. r^f ".' I i HAROLD MAXOOGIAMlS til Ptaet, Hayld*. Loa Ubu^ ?gj r< W. ar* notified to Ml* your iaaV?r :n the above caune for dlwrc. ~ tl* day of February AD mi ^.thorwlM decree pro oonftno OTIJ; •r.tered airalnst you. m I>ated thii 14 day of January An IMS. E. R WEATHERMAN Oerk (Circuit Court Seal> By W.M. W BTOCKDta Depot* curk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN TX n-y SeyboM BI<1. 2I-2S 2. 4-11 Dr. Markey To Address Spinoza Forum Tomorrow LIT Alexander Markey noted autner world trave^r --z.~. turer will be guest speaker tomorrow aften %  .-.-..-. v. \ d :k at the Spinoza Forun the zi\.: of the borne of Or A Wolfson 11th Si and Collim Ave D: Markej subj* I ..... be An Adventure intc the Unknown Other activities slated for the forum during the week include meeting tc bear c.-.d db Town Hall M ting of the A;r Tuesday Cr arlei H. Le*'s fjftc lecture on astronomy Wednesday Lr Hir.v^i i lecture on .; alth rhursda; a meeting f the Greater Miami Vegetarian Socier.-z -. i c j Beach Mizrachi Group To Meet Tomorrow Night the Miami Beach Mizra hi trid I %  Jact • in:ty Buildinj it 31] Wasl gi A • : %  '. : %  %  : : % % %  : night at 8 3( Rabbi %  %  Mi hel the latest news from [sra< N mations for i riicers for the i ; % %  •-. ar wil] be made Rabbi I H Ever, lecturer i author will be the guest sj jblic ii .r .• %  LEGAL NOTICE Debbs To Entertain Polio Patients At Jackson Sunshine committee of the Debh apter B'na; 5 rith Young Women wil] visit the polio ward at Jackson Memorial Hospital Sunday afternoon to entertain patients there Misi Doris Brown prer.d*:-: :r.r.'. ;nci d A musical program wiD be pretented ieaturing the Misses Cr.arlotte Sandier Arlene Cohen, *:.Doris E.-'. -•.-.. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT C.S NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HER1 %  • • _•-----• %  _•• %  | %  • •--'.*• • Wi-T. Bopi .:•• at N W Plorvj %  • -;•-•%  %  %  %  %  ••.Circuit •' -:• % %  : 1. y %  EX." JEN] rz JAMES I RT DIETZ, ........ A "• r-lildiftg : .; i-i:-i!-a A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 M1AML FLORIDA LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hoar WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 AJ4. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR. CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MAHQUA, Tax Consultant Main Office. 7117 Biscayne B1T | 0 tlnaae under th' UUoui nan o( The Waherteria at 04 8 M:aml Av Miami, F1"r1da. Intends to register name withe th Clerk of :hf Clrjrt of I>ade County, Florida MATILDA rEINSTEIN Sole Owner MYERS, HKIMAN A KAPLAN •ye for Applicant r.'.dg. .. 4-U-lS 0RDEB :~ Pw8L CAT -•. %  • • • %  : • • %  %  • %  %  • of C • -• K J K .. : 7 •'. 4 J ••-."CE LNDER FICTITIOUS '• %  E LAW • %  • %  %  • : % %  %  s %  • NOT CE UNEEB f '."C.S N'tice %  • • • %  '• %  S • .' • %  % % % %  ...• •' ; ...... y ... • %  ; 4 NOTICE LNDER FlCTlT OUS NAVE Li.'. NOT • ••• %  • the fi. til ... the la. RIC1 .1 ORDER OF PLBL CATION IN TH1 ... .... PfiR %  IN CHANCERY N v ... THE BTA %  E ROE H LE t street • You are hen e filed • • 4 -lay of Pebr IMTED :: %  .,,, ai.d demands wh.i-h you, or •-• %  %  of you. may have afainet th* — •are of Clemett P Curl sa Jet •and I : -ade County, Florida, to th W F B'.anti n. mtj Judge D le County, and file the same In ffl • in the County •' .rthouaa n Da ty, n nia. within eight .,r months rrom the date of the --•. publication beneof Sr.il claim* llda to contain the legal ad%  I -hec laimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will tx • i Bet BV I n III of th Pi :.ii. Act. iry 13. A.D IS-*?• il.KNN H THIRRER, of the UM Will ana ,t of CLEMETT P CUR%  keed. WAS MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ n*u i '. r Executor : i si : 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V'TICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that rh un.li-rsigned. deslrlnK to engage In • -under the fictitious name of irel In the Pines at Dad* I'ounty, •.tends to register said nam* 'lerk Of the Circuit <\>urt of • County, Florida. LACRENCF. TISCH s. le uwner MARX FAHER %  for Applicant Coi rreee HMg. .i %  :: -:s 2 4 NOTICE TO APPEAR RT i V" THE •IAL riRcpiT OP NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N iTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the. underalgnod, desiring t" • r.gage In %  neaa under the fictitious name or IEWEL CREST: JEWEL ''REST FOR DADE MANCPACTCRER8: JEWEL CRBn • v N. :->KV, a k .. N. .r ap%  iae for dl. %  daj % %  : %  %  .. you la of nuarj % % %  %  HERMAN Clerk By M r PEIQE %  %  PRIEDMAN" c,ert • ri • (• T **l —aj— wu A.\)GUST BROS ftv. ti NOTICE TO APPEAR CIRCCIT COUR l >F T1IK r IN AND %  V i-:.' 'RIDA %  I S %  • %  y tiff, vi TRAfNOR lam N E TRAYNOH • New York, are ince in the the Ilet therwlae enured '. %  Jei .-• A D 'MKI'.MAN. aerh I Court Sea By M c rotOE S A ITUEDliAN P Ut1 C1 k •l:ng • MANUFACTURINO CO (NON-WCORP.) at IMI Washington Avenue, i Peach. Pla., Intend' to regtater Mid name with the Clerk of in* I'ircuit Court of Dade County, norlda GAPRIEL BRAUN CEO ROE J TALiA.NOI-T rney fi>r Applicant 14-Sl-tt 2 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHV CIVKN IMI the. umlersigned, desiring to <-ng' %  neaa under the fictitious name oj n Auto Supply and Tire Co. at • 4 N W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Florida. Is to register aald name with in* '"lerk of the Circuit Coert of I> County*! Florida. JOE TEPPER Bole Owner MARX FAHER \ • % %  IT. v for Applicant > -' %  nrress Itldg. 1 14-21-2* 2/4 ^ m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N( 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage %  I lalneea under the fictitious name oi Wllllam'e Beautv Salon at 130 V %  %  2nd Avenue. MUmi. Fla.. intends jo iter aald name with the Clerk m the Circuit Court of Dade Count). Florid*. „„PETTY VIVIAN SCHWARTZ Sole Owner A. J. KAPI^AN Attorney for Applicant I 14-21-2S 2 4-11 '• ve r,a.' f ."Sr *P**rn"o ,. a ui fn r divorce on the wise .!.. ree nro r ^r A D ,9 day of January. A D .^VTIIERMAV. r.erk By M -c reiGE. '"RiKnMAN ? *A U t ,L c, rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage m businesa under the fictitious name • I-aurel In the Palms at Dade OoWWJ Florida. Intends to refrister said nsm' with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. _,. LAURENCE TISCH Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg 1/14-Il-SS 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |h ( NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVW BJ the underslrned. desiring to engage %  business under the fictitious name AJ's at 6212 NW. 18th Avenue, Mln*l i'ti eziz ^i.w. istn Ae-' — % %  _, Horida. Intend to register said PJSJ with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida. HARRY -MOSS _ABRAHAM OOTTLIEB JOSEPH MALEX Attorney for Applicants -. 1/7-14-ll-M 1/4 *^



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JANUARY 28, 1949 lebow Installed President Ol tans' Wives Club lexander Liebow was ini president of the Physi|ves Club at a meeting Ve Lear School last week. ficers include: Mrs. Barnkle and Mrs. Morris presidents; Mrs. Victor he! Mrs. Benjamin Oren, i s: Mrs. Lewis Julian, f; Mrs. Janden Schwartz, chairman. Mrs. Jack bnorary president, officiIhe installation. Liebow appointed Mrs. fl,. vine publicity chairMi^ Randolph Shevach of the blood bank. of the club is to be..liated with the ladies of Mt. Sinai when it is id under the guidance of ital administrator and to %  vice to the hospital and JDtS. The general aim is *h aid, particularly in Cnting the social service kr.t. reli Lodge To Meet kit Lodge No. 177, ] of Pythias, will meet lesday night at 8 o'clock lepunliean Club, Flagler |9th Ave. Roth Speaks Iweekly forum of the Miph Chapter of the Amerirans Committee Sunday IRoth, chairman of the lunty Fair Rent Council lember of the Area Rent Board, discussed "After )1, Chaos." Jroup To Meet st organizational meeting hew boys' junior Young (group wili take place at 7 p.m. at the Miami our Hinkes, leader of the inounces. between the ages of 10 ^re invited to attend. >rief annual report meeting iDade County Research fo n held at the Columbus following officers were i: Oscar E. Dooly, presiul R Scott, 1st vice presiGordon Anderson, 2nd ^idcr.t: Mitchell Wolfson, president; and James I. >r.. treasurer. Cemetery Adviser Praises Mt. Nebo "Mount Nebo is the outstanding Jewish cemetery in the country —not in size, but in beauty." This statement comes from nationally known cemetery consultant, Chester J. Sparks, a man who traveled 68,000 miles last year inspecting burial grounds and who has been in the cemetery business for the past 19 years. Mr. Sparks, a member of the board of directors of the National Cemetery Association, spent two days in Miami this week after attending the organization's convention in Boca Raton. "I have seen a great number of Jewish cemeteries during the course of my travels," Mr. Sparks stated, "but I have never seen any to compare with Mount Nebo. Operated by public spirited citizens, Mount Nebo offers a real service to Miami's Jewish community." Mr. Sparks was vice president and sales director of Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Washington, D. C, for 18 years. He is also a member of the American Institute of Cemetery Administration. Robert Yaffey, sales manager of the Mount Nebo staff, was formerly associated with Mr. Sparks at Fort Lincoln. +Jewlst>nr>rMri*>n PAGE FIFTEEN p Games Party ne.s party will be held lursday night in the Dora |Memorial Hall of ConBeth El by the ConSisterhood, according to pncerr.ent by Mrs. Charles resident. •Ir. Hadassah To Show Fashions The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will present a spring fashion show at the Shelborne Hotel, Sunday, February 27, at 2 p.m., Miriam Scheinberg, chairman, announced. Fashions will be modeled by Esther Cohen, Elaine Sachs and other Miami models. Attire to be shown will come from Robinson's, Lincoln Road, with accessories from Donald',s Lincoln Road. Proceeds from the affair will benefit Meier Shfeyah Children's Village in Palestine maintained and supported by Junior Hadassah. Assisting Chairman Miriam Scheinberg are Mickey Einhorn, Lillian Rothman and Anita Goldman. For further information contact Miriam Scheinberg at 48-8951. Zelda Kaplan Chosen Sorority Head At FSU Miss Zelda Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan, 2218 Alton Road, Miami Beach, has been elected president of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at Florida State University. Miss Kaplan, a junior at FSU, will be formally installed as president of Iota chapter of the sorority at ceremonies on Jan. 31. Zelda is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland of the Shelborne hotel. ^


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PAGE SIXTEEN Zionist Forum Slated For Monday Night, Rabbi April To Speak At Luncheon Club S. A. Goodman, chairman. North Beach area, Miami Beach Zionist District, announces that a Zionist Forum will be held in the patio of Temple Beth Sholom, Monday at 8:30 p.m. Winding up the huge membership campaign now in progress. Dr. David S. Andron, chairman of the campaign, will be the guest speaker. D Day, the mass enrolling of members on Miami Beach, will also be conducted by the Beach j Zionist Monday. This will be one of the last events of the drive. Rabbi Leon Kronish will tell the group of his experiences in Israel and will describe the spirit of election time in the State of Israel. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation since it was organized two years ago, will speak on '"Israel and World Jewry" at the Miami Beach Zionist District luncheon, Wednesday at 12:15 at the National Hotel, Harold Shapiro, chairman, announced. Rabbi April, who graduated from the Yehuda Merker Seminary in Berlin, held pulpits for fifteen years in East Liverpool, Ohio and in Butler, Pa., before coming to Miami five years ago. Rabbi April is a member of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, a life member of B'nai B'rith, a member of the board of the Miami Zionist District, Zionist Youth Commission and the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Guest of honor at the luncheon club will be Ben Zion Ginsburg, in recognition of his contributions to the Food For Israel drive. Ginsburg, formerly of Chicago, where he was regional president of Chicago Zionist District is a newcomer to this community. He is associated with S. A. Goodman, realtor and is a member of the national executive committee of the ZOA. vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council, a member of the board of directors of the Hebrew AcaLabor To Rally For March Of Dimes Benefit Plans have been completed for a mammoth labor jamboree for the benefit of the March of Dimes to be held tomorrow night in Bayfront Auditorium. Ralph Bagley, general chairman of the affair, announced that Governor Fuller Warren and his cabinet have been issued special invitations to attend. According to Bagley, a total of 54 local unions will participate in the jamboree. A benefit band concert for the campaign will b e held at Bayfront Park Bandshell tonight, according to Caesar LaMonaca, leader of the orchestra. Mayor Marcie Liberman, chairman of the Miami Beach campaign, announced that three benefits were held there Wednesday. demy, provisional president of the Hebrew Academy's Fathers' Club, board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District and served as chairman of the Food For Israel Drive, sponsored by the Miami Zionist District. S. A. Goodman Martinson's Coffee Sets Sales Record When an advertiser tells the consumer his product costs more, that's news. Generally speaking, advertisers tell the public that their product or services can be had at a lower price, a fairer price, at a sale or through a special introductory offer! Here's an old time advertiser who has the temerity to make a fetish of the fact that his costs more. In bold type, Martinson's Coffee states that theirs is "the mnst expensive on the market." And this in con-l nection with a food product at a i time when all the bows and ar-! rows are aimed at the high cost of food. i Reason—simple! Martinson's is, the most expensive coffee on the market (except perhaps for a few private, fancy coffees of very limited sale). But, at the same time, Martinson's has been able to achieve a new all-time sales record in '48 and in '49 figures are still running ahead. The explanation is probably two-fold: 1. With all coffees up in price, the spread between the least expensive and Martinson's has narrowed apprccVoly, and 2. With food costs so high, Mrs. Housewife has learned that Martinson's bears out its advertising claim to greater strength and richness =r.d hence more cups to the pound. It only goes to show that prices are relative and, if you have something, people are willing to pay for it. And what's more important, they are willing to repeat. Not only that, but even when Martinson users are off on vacation, they want their favorite coffee—Martinson's. That's why they, as well as native Miamians, con now enjoy this famous fancy coffee in Florida. Hebrew School Install* Cantor Over 600 people pai Sunday nM Kelemer, who %  % %  •> irv stalled as cantor an I teacher of the Miami Hebrew Schi 1 and Congregation in school. Rabbi Simoi leader of the congregal dings with a short | and introduced cl .evening, Canti brother of the honored cantor an 1 president of thi ter Miami Canton Association. A musical progi J presented by I • ,h "} e following cantors i ting in liturgical and folk songs: J. Y. Goldring, M Man ch( s, Louis Feder, Samuel Kc l< Berele Keli i I Louis Yelsky. Also on t:-. i i w< re J eph Pardo: Sophie Kemper, the Israeli Trio composed ot Rebecca Kelemer, Florence G I Norms Rabinowitz; Hei 1; Anyu!.i Melicov. Gieotings and messages to C n tor Kelemer were presented by ; Jac H Kai Ian, | r< of the Rabbinical Council of Greater Miami and rabbi i viontus of IVmplc Israel; Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, Southern director of Yes I iva University; Rabbi Mescheloff, Beth Ja tion: Max Drewlch, president of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; Jacob Schachter, stati m WBAY. Felicitations came from nil over the country, including telegrams from the Cantors A Amor:i I e Uni : Orth idox Rabbis of .'• ,. an I Cai ada. Refreshments were prepared and served by the s tern >od oi the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. FRIDAY, J ANUA8! I. RAY MILLS Investigations, Inc A COMPLETE SERVICE Criminal Civil Domestic SPECIALLY TRAINED RELIABLE STAFF Phone 82-5611 Biscayne Bldg. FOG! FOG! FOG UNHEARD OF IN MIAMI ENEMY TO SHIPS PLANES, AUTOS F PEST CONTROL CUSTOM FOGGING is a deadly enemy to those unwanted Guests, ants, roaches, moths, flies, scorpions, etc IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with unwanted, unwelcome, annoying, embarrassing PESTS, and have tried the rest ... NOW-TRY THE BEST ... THE NEW. 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iAY. JANUARY 28, 1949 +Jewlsti Florid inn PAGE SEVENTEEN Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF tain And Her Sephardic Exiles tree jneralissimo Franco has retly signed a decree which purls to repatriate those Sephardic ts whose ancestors were exiled 1492 by Ferdinand and Isabella, respondents pounced on this as news that ties in the Bent with the romantic past, jninists retold the colorful ma of the Inquisition, followed [the Banishment of the Jews, supplemented with the voyof Columbus on his way to lover America. One got the tression from commentators the terrible wrongs done to ts by Spanish kings has at last In righted. nish Bigotry Actually, nothing of the sort has Opened. The edict that expelled Jews still stands. It is enIved on a plaque in the great Ihedral in Granada. No law or has ever repealed it. It be true that about 3,000 Jews living in Spain, chiefly in rcelona. But they have no legal it to hold religious service lout a special permit. Jews Ir.ot complain, I suppose, since bttstants are in the same eatery. Last year when I was in Iriiid, hooligans started a disfhnnce in front of a hall whereIProtestants were holding servIt seems that Franco thought lood politics to grant the necespcrmission. But the hier•v objected. The papers quoted Bishop's statement: "While jple holding any religious bemay live in Spain, only Cathworship is lawfully perted." inco's Opportunism hat then could have brought Dut this phoney decree, after iknces of 4% centuries. Does or Franco think the world easily forget the horrors he Bted upon Republicans who )ight to maintain their legitimgovernment? Does he expect win the good opinion of liberby upholding Fascism with rcc in his totalitarian regime? does he hope the Democracies 111 forget the help he gave Hitler Id Mussolini—his allies during last war? Perhaps he aims to come a member of the U. N. so it he may form a triumvirate his fellow tyrants—Peron Id Ibn Saud. Spanish Jews left in Greece. Obviously, there must be a special reason for Franco to limit his selection of Sephardim to Greece and Egypt. According to the researches of Isidore Loeb, only about 2,000 exiles found their way from Spain to Egypt. Today there are few Egyptian Jews who can claim direct descent from these Sephardim. What hypocrisy is wrapped in this empty gesture of appeasement! With Medinas Israel next door, what Jew, outside of an insane asylum, would Caudillo gives the Plutocrats a g0 to Spaini a land where about free hand, while he keeps wages 90% of the popu i a tion scarcely at a minimum by outlawing the J get enou g n to eat? right to strike. In Seville, I paid Is it possible that Franco is coveting some gravy from the Marshall Plan? His poverty stricken, dry rotten country can certainly use some handouts. El I'll • MM %  iiinimiimtiniiMtiniiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiii:uiuiucmiiuiiiiiiinniuuiiniio" coun I FLORIDA CAMP PARK HILL Located in the Rolling Hills of Maryland FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Ages 6 to 14 In Picturesque Howard County Near Baltimore ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST SUMMER CAMPS. INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION — SWIMMING — ATHLETICS ARTS & CRAFTS — BEAUTIFUL BUNKS — MATURE & TRAINED COUNSELLORS — COOL CLIMATE For further information and literature write or call our Florida representative: MRS. ISADORE GERTMAN AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Accessories and Parts Auto ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 5820 S. W. 12th Street MIAMI, FLA. Phone 4-8024 CLUB GRANADA introduces The Zwillionaires in "ZWILL'S A POPPIN" It's the Talk of The Town Zwing & Zway The Zwillionaire Way zanyl whacky! zilarious! DON'T MISS MIAMI'S MOST ORIGINAL & BEST FORM OF FUN 3—SHOWS NIGHTLY—3 Full Course Dinners $1.50 Up Ii'i well worth the trip 4887 S. W. 8th Street (On the Trail) Wfftfi /rrmwft/A —' ff/rm'/t" Join tfu MARCH OF DIMES mini i [HI NlllONt. nulUM m ItfW'M RENAISSANCE STUDIO Decorating & Painting Upholstering. Slip Covert. Draperies Churches. Theatres. Hotels. Banks. Cafes, Residences Interior Decorating. All Branches Hand Decorated Furniture. Furniture Hefinishing 1618 Ponce de Leon. Ph. 48-9748 / Leonard A. Levrne, Pres. Irving Blasberg. With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service ll*MI 5 ~ 5 44 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH N. Broad Street Philadelphia A. L. SIMPSON Funeral Director You may obtain your copy of "SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL" Written by IIR. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 1.9th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAMI. FLA. Price $2.r,0 CARR APPLIANCES. INC. OWEN L. CARR. President I Itl4.ll>All!i: PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5285 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD k 8. P.M. OAack Qdampiotit ADM. WEST FLRGLER KENNEL CLUB (Vest gUijI&L St.ai 3Jik W



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PAGE EIGHTEEN fJenistfkrk/laiJ FRIDAY, JANUARY 3 By DR. M. A. LIPKIND The Jewish Community Greater Miami recently celebrated the "Jewls Book Month." The interest and response of the public to the cultural programs was noteworthy. The lectures and symposiums on Jewish culture were attended in great numbers and received with remarkable enthusiasm. It proves that a substantial part of our population love and appreciate the Jewish book. It seems, therefore, reasonable to assume that it may be equally interesting and beneficial to offer an opportunity to the readers of books to meet with the writers of books. We are privileged, having in our midst prominent writers who witft the life • v yard-keeper inPalesI >rtly t Czarist regime to R he was arrested as a poll fender and for six months was ed under convoy from prison to prison—eighteen in all. He escaped to Palestine where he heloed build Tel Aviv. was atl I several times by contracted malaria. tures For re fashioned the last twelve years Tolush has spent the greater P of the year at Miami Beach. %  cater part s sincere Iser Tolush (Mausselewitch) An Appreciation • % %  "y aner %  •• • tests VIM reward of the from public ace aim. He Isimple life and likes it. H ; • a political of-1 the p! Of the above all thir unassuming. He ae and run away and utterly tests vain glory £'no envy attain great popularity Itn aedeambition for farm trimental to h lu d .1 \.~ < rlM n write what ai or nd and make Miami Beach their permanmany more are told m h J ent home. We can lenishen <\) andenngs w nicn Arabs, and n | '.led him to leave the country. He once more came to, thus be free to write Paris and from there set out on when he likes, foot through France. Italy. SwitL together with Isei 1 I and Austria. He has been friendg wish him on his urn : % %  Turkey. Egypt and elsewhere: bj th day anniversary, he was In turn, a manual laborer, gardener, itinerant photographer and engine-room stoker on the sea of fcsov. All those experiences am: in his "Wogtake advantage^^XreVonnmend^tionofMaxof this fact and Gorki his work ••jn the Old meet with them, Homeland" was published in t occasionally and j Russian magazine. A translation of "The Insult" was | • Has .: : • %  : at that y th< et Bi -ik. | has been republ translated into Hi brew, %  h and Ene of his heart's desires and a l.ea'th to continue his lit. iry work for many y i Tolush well-known ear them render selections from r own bo Such an occasion present? itself at this time. A group of friends and colgues of the Jewish writer Iser Tolush. arranged a reception and literary evening in his honor on his 60th I Lrthday anniversary and 40th year of his appearance on the stage of Jewish literature. I. Tolush is a gifted and appealing writer. The nom'de plume Tolush, signifies in Hebrew nomad. He has taken it on the suggestion of the Hebrew poet Z. Shneur. It is an appropriate penname, for I. Tolush was a wanderer and a wanderer story-teller. I. Tolush was born in Danneburg. Lithuania, he ran away from home at the age of ten to the Volga region where he became apprenticed to a photographer. His master's little girl taught him to read and write Russian. He again ran away and for a long time vagabonded over the Volga with tramps and bargehaulers. It was from the latter that he learned of Gorki, who had been one of the fraternity, and his writings made such an overwhelming impression on young Tolush that he determined to become a writer himself. He continued his wandering, covering all of Lithuania and finally coming to Odessa, where he spent several years eking out a livelihood, among other thinfr-. teaching poor working men to read and write Russian. Then came several years abroad, in Paris and Geneva: still later he went to Palestine where he worked in orchards and orange groves. In 1909 he came back to Odessa and made his debut as a writer with a semi-fantastic tale dealing Israel Agrees To Free Two llritish Pilots TEL AVIV. (JTA)—Israel has agreed to release tw i British pilots captured when five RAF re sh A down on Jan. :• Israeli territory'. ll w a officially announci this .: ivernment has asked Cyril Marriott, British conUBf Compilation Committee Meets GENEVA. (JTA)-The U.N. Palestine Conciliation Commission held its first meeting here this week in private. The meeting; was attended by Husseyin Cahid Yaltchin of Turkey, Claude de Boissanger of France and. in the absence of the U.S. representative, the U.S. Minister to Berne, John Carter, acted ex officio. After the meeting, a communique was issued stating that the commission had paid tribute to memory of Count Folke Bernadotte. the U.N. mediator who gave his life for the cause of peace in Palestine. Husseyin Cahid Yaltchin was invited to act as first chairman of the commission •_. _, The commission decided to establish its official headquarters in Jerusalem. The Jerusalem headquarters will be opened as of January 24. • • : •. ...; genei il in Haifa, to make arer on the Jewish Morning Journal His "New B • lehem" is hii I I major venture in English. Space forbids anything like an exten v bibliography It i number of sketch and stori< contributed to various m and newspapers is rapidly reaching a thousand. His first collection of stories entitled 'The Sea Rushes" /*// to/or 1949 oW" 1 RESOURCES EXCEED $22,000,000.00 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI JOStfM M. UPTON. ** %  ** KMTY-HVf NOMMSASf # %  AVSMUi



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S. de jure recognition of Israel is expected any moment The Export-Import Bank has approved a $100,000,000 loan Some of these phenomenal events are not mere accidents London and Washingto> are interested in the election of Western-minded Ben Gurion. On the Home Front The Montor controversy has not yet been solved The leaders of the Zionist Organization of America are determined not to yield ... If Montor is foisted on the UPA, they claim, the animosities he has aroused will do more harm than good Few of the 1,200 delegates who attended the Atlantic City UJA conference realized they were merely figures in a chess game between Ben Gurion and Abba Hillel Silver A royal battle is ahead when the members of the Jewish Agency executive arrive here to take a hand in the issue Zionist leadership is taking the position that the Agency has no jurisdiction with regard to UPA policy ... A Zionist said the other day: "There is a war going on between two nations, the Zionists and the Israelis, and a third nation—the Jew—is mediating" ... He then added: "I am all for Israel but I am an anti-Zionist" Confusion among Jews is growing Governor Lehman is now in a hospital ... He is undergoing treatment for an eye ailment Harry Greenstein, advisor on Jewish Affairs to the American Military Government in Europe, is one of the most interesting figures in American Jewish life He hails from Baltimore Baltimore, incidentally, has the distinction of being the most orthodox Jewish city in America Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will celebrate his 56th birthday on January 26 Nsaac Neiditch, the veteran Zionist leader, is recuperating from an operation His daughter, Mrs. Novomersky, came by plane from Israel to be at his bedside The case of Dr. Warhaftig. who was unceremoniously sent back from Germany by the Washington authorities, is attracting wide attention Mrs. Anne McCormick of the New York Times has written an interesting series of articles about Israel Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok told her in a recent conversation: "We are not only a state but a world nation" The Yiddish Art Theater, whose celebration of its thirtieth annivesary was made possible by the sheer stubbornness and determination of Maurice Schwartz, will close its doors earlier this season than ever before The Art Theater has been a great institution in American Jewish life. Heard And Recorded Jews in the Soviet Union are stirred by the presence in their midst of Israel's Ambassador Goldie Myerson ... At the Rosh Hashonah services irt the Moscow Synagogue many Jews kissed the hem of the Jewish Ambassador's skirt When riding in the subway she was asked by Jews who didn't give their names: "How can we go to Israel?" • • At the diplomatic reception on November 7, on the occasion of Red Army Day, Molotov singled her out for special attention Mrs. Molotov, who is Jewish, expressed friendly sentiments toward Israel Goldie has not yet met Stalin ... The Soviet Union will prove its sympathies for Israel when it permits Jewish emigration to the new state • • Many kids of Dade County were cured of Polio as a result of your contributions to the "March of Dimes." GREAT SOUTHERN STORES. INC. Firestone Home — Auto Supplies Tires. Electrical Appliances Auto Supplies, Sporting Goods. Bicycles. 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PAGE TWENTY +je*istfcrtto!LfftlfrAY, JANUARY 2fi J UVES_0F_0!JRJ1M|S A PRODIGY Of THE KEYBOARDS ftEGAN HIS .CONCERT CAREER *T THI AGE OF 6. n. %  yi^PM8_JiORQWi^ KOOUCCO V MORMANC SOL NOpu TXT y unit e RuTNCR. HE ATTENDED THE KIEV CONSERVATORY WM Hf [£ THI BRIUIAMCE TMT WiS TO WING EUROPEAN CONCERT TRIUMPHS. 6<*N IN RUSSIA 44 YEARS AGO.HIS VIRTUOSITY AT THE PIANO HAS COMMANDS HWMNf ATHHIKW HE FIRST APPEARED IN 1928 N THE UNITED STATES/ PERFORMING WITH THE PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. IIIS AMERICAN DEBUT PROVED HIM CAPABLE OF UPHOLDING THE GREAT TRADITIONS OF VIRTUOSITY AND DRAMATIC FIRE. HE IMMEDIATELY GAINED GREAT POPULARITUPRESTIGE EXAGGERATED" MARRIED TO ARTURO TOSCANINI* DAUGHTER,MOROWIU LIKES THE MOVIES.DELIGHTS IN PROWLING ABOUT ANTIQUE SHOPS FINDING HTM CENTURY WOOD AND ENAMEL B0AE5. HOROWITZ.SHORTLY AFTER RECOVERING fROM AN APPENDECTOMY IN I938. READ HIS OWN OBITUARY IN LE FIGARO THE REPORT HE SAID WAS'GREAW IN 1943,HE SINGLE-HANDEDLY SOLD MORE THAN $10,090,000 WORTH OF WAR BONDS AT A BENEFIT CONCERT.. torrtjc** i9 %  HV**H tuMMM* atwtt i i:r in & I;I s i:> S T %  : %  > fUaUtou Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUER -. Truman Will Act "Right Away" On Civil flights WASHINGTON, (JTA) — President Truman indicated this week that he would take action "right late his civil rights m into legislation, a delegaif the National Citizens Council on Civil Rights, headed I y Herbert Bayard Swope, which on the President, reported ere. Stating thut Mr. Truman ini i to send his civil rights proto Capitol Hill soon, Mr. Swope revealed that the President said he had several bills in (•reparation on the subject. Mr. Swope described the President's determination to push the civil rights program "as the most courageous thing that has been done since Abraham Lincoln." Triton Hotel Dining Room On the Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St Full Course Dinners Air-Conditioned Operated by Erwin Friihnst Music Phone 5-6651 It each Agreement On Releasing Egyptian Troops LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—United Nations sou; this week indicated that an Israeli-Egyptian agreement has been reached at Rhodes on the release of the Egyptian troops trapped at Falmja in the northern Negev. Acting U.N. Palestine mediator, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche spent one morning conferring with the Israeli delegates at Rhodes, it was reported here. The report, emanating from U.N. headquarters in Rhodes, said that the discussions centered on questions concerning the armistice lines and tro positions. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis Franklin D. Roosevelt, Founder T. E. HUGGINS Wholesale Lumber P.O. Box 893. Coral Gables Room 7, Gables Theatre Bldg. This message made possible by DAVID'S DELICATESSEN. RESTAURANT 847 Washington Ave. Ph. 58-9422 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glau We Hare II" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ RAINBOW BOOK & KNIT SHOP Books of every variety. Wide selection of yarns Tours agency Havana-Nassau 88 Coral Way, Phone 4-1539 BAY OR GULF STREAM FISHING Charter Cruiser "TWINKLE" 45 Ft. Twin Screw Accomodation for six or more Seminole Dock 2971 S.W. 37th Ct.. Ph. 48-8771 HIDE 6, SEEK CHILDREN'S SHOP The Children's Shop of Distinction Gifts — Apparel Tols to Teens 506 Biltmore Way, Ph. 48-5929 THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. Est. 1855 %"£"• En 9 rav d Stationery, Wedding Invitations. Visiting t-ards. Business and Hotel Stationery 2812 Ponce de Leon, Ph. 48-6156 Koch's Trial Hosts On U. s. Military l.ovi. MUNICH. (JTA, -Whether Ilse Koch, Germa war criminal charged with making lampshades from human skin, will be tried by a German court when sh e is released from prison later this year is a matter which rests entirely on the decision of the American military government in Germany it was indicated here this week Invites Jews To Visit Jewish State tiofS Y A 0RK UTA) An "Station to American Jews to visit Israel m order to strengthen the t ^fJ !" economi? ties between America and Israel" was extended by Moshe Shapiro Is raelij Minister of Immigration,fa a letter received by the Mizraehi Organization of America DO YOU REED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERHANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insared Moro Painting Cm Office Phone 6-457.1 Home Address 3134 S. W. 21st Street Phone 4-7472 No lob Too Small Or Too Big -*


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1949

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

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

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University of Florida
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^wiislbJEIliDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 22NUMBER 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
ederation Sets 1949 Appeal Goal at $1,881,737
The board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration at a meeting last Thursday niqht in Kaplan Hall of
temple Israel acted on recommendations of the budget com-
littee and adopted a goal of $1,881,737.55 for the 1949 Com-
jined Jewish Appeal campaign. This is the largest goal in the
bistory of Federation, exceeding
large Jewish community in the
United States to conduct its cam-
paign and that it is incumbent
upon this area to set the pace for
the rest of the nation. The board
of governors, having heard Son-
tup's appeal, voted to allocate
$1,000,000 to the UJA.
Due to increased costs of op-
eration, the local agencies were
allocated $108,168.36 more than
they received last year. Other in-
creases over the 1948 allocations
include: $15,910 to overseas
agencies, $12,700 to defense
agencies, $2,205 for national serv-
ice agencies, $375 for education,
health and cultural agencies $1.-
150 for Yeshivoth and $297,721.63
for reserves.
In line with the recommenda-
tion of Federation's communi-
ty planning committee, the
board of governors voted to in-
(Continued on Page 4)
k $438,230.99 last year's record-
Ereakin *"' of $1,443,506.56.
Last y'e'Slr Greater Miami ex-
ceeded its goal by approximately
Jl00,000 but two campaigns were
necessary to accomplish this. Upon
inclusion of the first campaign,
inder the chairmanship of Joseph
Stein, Miami was approximately
J200.000 short of its goal. A sup-
plementary "Save the State of
Israel" campaign launched at the
time when Israel was seeking
statehood brought Miami over the
op. This second campaign, headed
Sy Abraham Goodman, was waged
for a month.
Miami's allocation to the United
Jewish Appeal last year was
(1,000,000. Some considered this
sxcessive and asked the Federa-
ion to reduce the UJA alloca-
tion this year, but Sholom Sontup,
executive officer of the UJA,
stated that Miami is the first
Victory Seen For MAPA1
Pay ty in Israeli Elections
TEL AVIV, (JTA)In brilliant
sunshine and in a quiet holiday
atmosphere, Jews and Arabs
throughout Israel cast their votes
Tuesday in the first national elec-
tion since the establishment of
the Jewish state.
Final result of the elections will
not be known before the end of
the week because of the com-
plicated procedure for voting es-
tablished for members of the
armed forces.
With about 60 per cent of the
votes counted from the Labor
party (Mapai) of Premied David
Ben Gurion was emerging above
all others with nearly 35 per cent
of the vote.
Ben Gurion's labor group was
assured of 43 seats and may pick
up 7 to 10 others in the 120-mem-
ber constituent assembly.
Mapai seemed assured of re-
taining the premiership and play-
ing the dominant role in a coali-
tion government which will re-
place the present provisional
regime.
Surprise of the election was the
strength displayed by the United
Religious group, a non-political
combination which was running
second to Mapai.
Registering a heavy vote in
Jerusalem, the United Religious
party could count on 17 to 20 seats.
The pro-Russian Labor party
Mapam seemed assured of 16 to
19.
Menahem Beigin's Freedom
Movement, political successor to
the underground organization, Ir-
gun, and advocate of Israeli con-
trol of all Palestine and Trans-
Jordan, won 12 seats on the basis
of incomplete returns.
The Communists, polling about
3 per cent of the vote, apparently
won six seats, the general Zionists
seven, Progressive, six, Sep-
ardims, five, the "Fighters," one,
with the remainder divided
among minority groups among the
21 parties entered.
No party will have a clear ma-
jority, and whether Mapam will
join the new regime is an un-
answered question. It now has two
cabinet seats.
lA complete list of allotments made by the board of governor follows:
A. LOCAL AGENCIES
iBaron de Hirsch Loan Fund (Res.)......................$ 5,000
Bureau of Jewish Education........................... 30,850.00
[Greater Miami Jewish Federation...................... 104,420.00
34,958.53
57,900
[Jewish Home for the Aged.
J.S.S.B. (Refugee Resettlement) (Res.).
Mr. Sinai Hospital (Res.)............................... 50,000
National Council of Jewish Women
Vaad Hakashrus ........
| Y.M.H.A. of Miami......
i Y.M.H.A. of Miami Beach
4,869.85
5,916.00
39,433.34
35,308.20
B. OVERSEAS AGENCIES
Amer. Comm. for the Weizmann Institute of Science-----$
Amer. Friends of the Hebrew University (Res.)..........
Amer. Fund for Palestinian Institutions.................
American Technion Society............................
I Ezras Torah..........................................
j Federated Council of Palestine Institutions.............
1 Hadassah (Res.) ......................................
I Hias ..........................".......................
j Jewish Telegraphic Agency............................
Nat'l. Comm. for Labor Palestine (Histadrut)...........
Pioneer Women's Organization........................
I United Jewish Appeal......................,......... 1
$ 368,655.92
3,000.00
3,000.00
6,000.00
100.00
150.00
3,500.00
21,810.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
10,000.00
6,000.00
000,000.00
$1,060,060.00
[C. DEFENSE AGENCIES
[American Jewish Congress............................$ 7,500.00
[Jewish Labor Committee.............................. 7,500.00
Jewish War Veterans................................. 500.00
[Joint Defense Appeal................................. 27,200.00
ID. NATIONAL SERVICE AGENCIES
American Association for Jewish Education.............$
[Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds (Res.)...
[Jewish Occupational Council..........................
[National Jewish Welfare Board........................
Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service.........
$ 42,700.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
100.00
6,000.00
500.00
IF EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CULTURAL AGENCIES
[American Academy for Jewish Research................$
[Bitzaron .............................................
[B'nai B'rith Nat'l. Youth Services Appeal..............
[Conference on Jewish Relations.......................
[Dropsie College........."............................
(Graduate Faculty of Political Sciences..................
[Hebrew Arts Foundation..............................
iHistadruth Ivrith ....................................
[National Farm School ................................
[Yiddish Scientific Institute............................
$ 11,600.00
50.00
100.00
6,750.00
50.00
250.00
50.00
50.00
200.00
150.00
750.00
[F. YESHIVOTH
[Hebrew Theological College of Chicago................*
IJewish Teachers Seminary............ ................
[Jewish Theological Seminary of America..............
|Mirrer Yeshivan Central Institute.....................
[Nat'l. Council of Beth Jacob Schools....................
[Ner Israel Rabbinical College.......... ----- ........
[Rabbi Israel Meyer Hacohen Seminary of America......
[Rabbi Jacob Joseph Yeshiva...........................
[Rabbinical College of Telshe...........................
[Tomche Torah Society.................................
[Torah Umesorah ....................................
[Yeshiva Torah Vodaath & Mesifta......................
[Yeshiva University...................................
8,400.00
200,00
100.00
1,250.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
300.00
1,250.00
First 1500 Jews To Leave Cyprus,
"Operation Cyprus" Given First
Priority By $250,000,000 UJA
[G. RESERVES
[Reserve For Capital Funds..............
|Reserve fer ContingenciesBalance.
I (Original Allocation for $1948 $35,000)
[Reserve for Local Agencies..............
Reserve for Collection Losses...........
3,600.00
200,000.00
25,000.00
30,000.00
131,721.63
$ 386,721.63
Grand Total
,$1,881,737.55
FAMAGUSTA, Cyprus, (JTA)
The 4-500-ton Israeli steamer
Galila this week entered this port
and began taking on 1,500 immi-
grants for the 12-hour trip to Hai-
fa. This group of refugees, which
includes 100 infants, is the first to
be removed following Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin's an-
nouncement that Britain will re-
lease the 11,000 Jews detained on
Cyprus.
British troops assisted the Jews
in boarding the vessel and in load-
ing their baggage into the holds.
A holiday atmosphere prevaded
the entire operation, with the
Jews demonstrating no resent-
ment toward their former jailers.
In the camps every tent and Nis-
sen hut is jammed with home-
made boxes and suitcases in which
freshly washed and patched cloth-
ing and other personal posses-
sions have been packed in antici-
pation of the entry into Israel,
goal of a voyage which in some
cases began two years ago.
"Operation Cyprus," involving
the transfer to Israel in the com-
ing weeks of 11,000 Jewish refu-
gees interned in British camps in
the Mediterranean island, will be
the first major task undertaken
by the $250,000,000 United Jew-
ish Appeal in 1949, it was an-
nounced this week by William
Rosenwald, Herman L. Weisman
and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national
chairmen of the UJA.
A joint operation of the Joint
Distribution Committee and the
United Palestine Appealboth of
which are constituent agencies of
the UJA"Operation Cyprus" has
been set in motion, following the
decision of the British Govern-
ment to release the Jewish refu-
gees as soon as transportation for
them is provided by the Jewish
authorities.
Transportation of the 11,000
Jews detained on Cyprus to Is-
rael will be completed within two
or three weeks, the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee said here.
The JDC office revealed that
arrangements have already been
completed with the Mossad Ship-
ping Agency of Israel to provide
adequate shipping facilities to
bring the Cyprus Jews from the
port of Famagusta to Haifa.
Geiseking Cancels Tour
Walter Geiseking, German con-
cert pianist accused of having
been a Nazi collaborator cancelled
a protested American concert tour
and left the United States volun-
tarily.
Federation Will
Fete Delegation
The Keymen's Club of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will act as hosts at a welcome
home breakfast in honor of the
delegation to Israel, composed of
William D. Singer and Rabbis
Max Shapiro and Leon Kronish,
Sunday, February 6, according to
an announcement yesterday by
Herbert E. Scher, club president.
The entire community will be
invited to attend and Scher urged
everyone to reserve the hours be-
tween 10 and 12 a.m. for this
event. Place will be -announced
later.
According to latest word the
delegation will arrive in New
York tomorrow night. Singer and
Rabbi Kronish will proceed di-
rectly to Miami and are slated to
arrive here Sunday. Rabbi Shap-
iro will arrive Monday or Tues-
day.
Loan To Israel; Will Mature In 15 Years
Export-Import Bank Makes $100,000,000
ications, transportation, manu-
facturing, housing and public
works," the Bank said, adding that
such projects are now under study
by the staff.
The $35,000,000 credit for agri-
cultural purposes and other cred-
its to be approved under the $65,-
000,000 earmark will carry a
three-and-a-half percent annual
interest and will mature in 15
years, the Bank said. "It is be-
lieved that the credit extended
by the Export-Import Bank to as-
sist the agricultural development
program of Israel will contribute
substantially to the overall eco-
nomic development of the coun-
t>y," the statement of the Bank
emphasized.
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Export-Import Bank this week
announced the authorization of a
$35,000,000 credit to Israel and
said it was earmarking an addi-
tional $65,000,000 for the estab-
lishment of further credits before
the end of this year.
The $35,000,000 will be avail-
able for spending by Israel as soon
as the loan contract is signed by
the Israeli Minister of Finance.
It is designated for use "for the
execution of various agricultural
projects," the Bank said.
The $65,000,000 earmarked by
the Bank will be available until
Dec. 31, 1949 "for the establish-
ment of further credits to finance
projects in the fields of commun-
Britain Delays Israel Recognition
LONDON, (JTA)Foreign Sec-
retary Ernest Bevin succeeded to-
day in persuading a special Cabi-
net meeting to delay Britain's de
facto recognition of Israel.
Contending that the Brussels
pact nationsFrance, Britain, The
Netherlands, Belgium and Luxem-
bourg should act together,
Bevin persuaded the Cabinet to
agree to delay further action un-
til after a meeting of the five-
nation representatives in London
on Thursday.
The House of Commons Wed-
nesday night voted confidence in
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin's
policy toward Israel.
Before the vote was taken Att-
lee also said Britain had "accept-
ed in principle" the recognition
of Israel. He added:
"The question of the time of do-
ing it is now a matter of consulta-
tion."
Bevin said Britain was consult-
ing with members of the British
commonwealth and its Western
European pact allies on the time
for such recognition.
"I am assuming that replies will
be in the next few days when the
final act will be taken," he said.
As to recognition, he said: "The
state of Israel is now a fact and
we (the Labor government) have
not tried or done anything to un-
do it."
British sources had forecast that
Britain would announce de facto
recognition of the Jewish state.
Both Bevin and Attlee made clear
some steps must come first.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1949

U. S. Senators To Sponsor Project To
Establish Non-Sectarian Medical School
U. S. Senators Robert F. Wag-
ner and Irving M. Ives. of New
York, have joined in sponsoring
the project to establish a non-
sectarian medical school at Yes-
hiva University, it was announced
by Dr. Elihu Katz. president of the
Society for the Establishment of
a Medical School at Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
In a message to Dr. Katz, Sena-
tor Wagner said, "As you know.
I havo long been an advocate of
more widespread and better med-
ical care for all Americans. Be-
lieving that the health of its citi-
zens :s of concern to the entire
nation, I have introduced and
sponsored legislation to this effect
in Congress. Your society is con-
structively working toward this
same goal.
"From my own recent experi-
ence, I know all too well that ill-
ness and physical affliction know
no barriers of creed, religion, or
race. Neither should the training
of those who combat disease and
illness know any such barriers,
particularly in democratic Amer-
ica founded on the principal of
equality of opportunity.
"I believe that in creating a
non-sectarian medical school open
to all Americans of all races and
creeds, your society is carrying on
the basic, historic tradition of '.he
great human science of healing
in the American manner, and that
your efforts will benefit all Amer-
icans. I am happy to accept your
invitation to join the committee
of sponsors and to add my en-
dorsement to the society's work
and goals.''
Senator Ives, in his message,
said "As one who has long beer
an advocate and supporter of all
agencies and media in our society
which will aid in preventing dis-
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ligion, I am especially pleased to
learn that this school is to be non-
sectariar. and open to all Ameri-
cans of all races and creeds. Such
an approach is most essential in
the field of education. In fact,
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"You may be sure that I am
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The Society for the Establish-
ment of a Medical School has an-
nounced a national campaign for
S6.000.000 for the establishment
of the first non-sectarian medical
school in this country as an in-
tegral division of Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
Yeshiva University, at Amster-
dam Ave. from 185th to 187th Sts..
New York City, is the first ac-
credited American university un-
der Jewish auspices comprising
eight schools with an enrollmen'
of close to 1500 students from all
parts of the world. The univei
offers courses of study conferring
di grees from B. A. to Ph. D
Congressmen Sol Bloom, Ar-
thur G. Klein. Emanuel C>
Abraham J. Multer, Jacob K
Javits have assumed leading roles
in the nation-wide campaign for
Yeshiva University's academic
and physical expansion program.
Southeastern JIM
Parley Will Hear
Edward Warburg
Edward M M W
man of the Joint D '
Committee, will n
pean Jewry's : :
speedy recovery al
nualme. I M
Southeast Rei
ruarv 6. in the H '
Jacksonville, it w
this week JDC '
American agenc;
Jews ovi
William P. En
ham, regional 1
noune. I that 1
pen 1
the public No fur
licited, ; reporl
JDC n ceiv< fun Is for
wide relief er.t and n
construction prograi from 1
nwide $250,000
; '.
At the meeting. Jew
from nine stal the S th East
will hear a < a<
count of the currei n f
Europe's Ji vs and tl
the future. Mr W rburg, the feat
ured speak' r, trips ii
1948 to the contini nl
Public Warned Against
Israeli Sweepstakes
The following statement was
made today by Arthur Lourie
consul general of Israel in N w
York:
"It has come to our attention
that an 'Israel Intern:.t: I
Sweepstakes' campaign has been
initiated in the United Stal
purportedly for the benefit of
'schools, hospitals, public well
and charities' in Israel.
"I wish to state categorically
that this campaign ia been un-
dertaken without the knowledge
or approval of the governrm r
Israel. The public l> warned
against participation in any way
in this scheme which, to say tl e
least, is of quest.": able legitim-
aev."
Mme. Rothenberg Will
Give Recital At Beach Y
Mme. Anna Shomer Rothenberg
will present her vignettes of Jew-
ish life in story and song at I 1
Miami Beach Y tomorrow 1 vi
ning at 8 o'clock.
Mme Rothenberg who is known
throughout the United State? as
the Ruth Draper of the Jev
stage, played to a capacity a li
ence at the Miami Y on Janu-
ary 16.
Price of admission to the con-
cert is 50 cents for members and
SI for non-members.
ItcuiMr.-ilioii For
lavish Studies
Institute llrgins
Registration t< r th<
;emester at the Institute of J'
Studies will take ; Moi
I lay al 7:30 ; n al t! 1 B tl El
The institute red by t! e
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
YMHA of Miai the Beth ]
the Beth Davi 1 A. P. Ganni
'i P n f thi Bureau of
Jewish Education are in argi ol
'he program. Courses will bi 1
in Monday.- from 7.30 p.m. to
10:30 p.m.
Ir. addition to modi 1 n Hi rev.
Bible. Jewish history and
"... thi f Zioi
ism, a survey of Y I litera-
and beginners Yiddish
added. The course on Zion-
:sh will survey the movement up
to and including the < stablishment
if the Jewisl State. The i
on Yiddish literature, conducted
in Yiddish, will survey the
ary contributioi of Yi Idish writ-
ers and will inclu ie selected read-
ings.
Tl 1 courses are fre I
and th< initj
attend. For furtl ei inforn n
'all the Bureau of J< wish Educa-
tion. 3-5858 or 9-0489.
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i B'rith Council
install Officers
,mi Beach Lodge of B'nai
will act as hosts to the
B'rith Council of Greater
,j at their regular meeting
Jay at 8:15 p.m. at the Beach
tture of the meeting will be
econd annual installation of
B'rith Council officers.
pst of honor and principal
fer will be State Senator R.
JJunn) Gautier, Jr. Council-
IHnrold Turk, a former presi-
J of the B'nai B'rith Council,
lad as installing officer. Of-
to be installed are E. Albert
tt. president: Dr. Leonard
fstein and Marx Faber, vice
dents; Donna Feldman, sec-
/; George Bertman, treas-
biam L. Pallot, outgoing
Lcil president, will review
B'rith achievements during
land will tell of plans launch-
a nationwide scale to aid
h and to expand community
Ice projects throughout the
fey.
Irry Zukernick, president of
iami Beach Lodge, will pre-
lan.l David R. Isen, program
rrr.an, will introduce Senator
tier, An award for outstand-
nembership achievement will
Iresented to Barnett Becker-
for securing more than 10
ibers in the recent member-
drive. Presentation of a
v n1 scroll award by the
Bet Grand Lodge to Becker-
will be made by Charles R.
Ibson. executive secretary of
B'nai B'rith Council.
report will be heard from the
ph Lodge nominating commit-
of which Walter Kovner is
rman.
Iventeen adult B'nai B'rith
ips and twelve youth units are
pcted to send large representa-
to the meeting. Also feat-
on the program will be vocal
ctions by members of the Mi-
| Opera Guild,
efreshments will be served.
public is invited.
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Pioneer Women's
Council To Hold
Donor Dinner
The tenth annual donor dinner
sponsored by the Council of Pio-
neer Women of Greater Miami
will be held Sunday, February 13,
at 12:30 p.m.- at the Colony Rest-
aurant, 22nd St. and Collins Ave.,
according to Rosemary Gerson
Kaplan, president.
Dvorah Rothbard, who has just
returned from a mission in Israel,
will be featured speaker at the
affair.
An educational and musical pro-
gram has also been arranged.
Dvorah Rothbard
Playlet To Highlight
Nat'l Council Meeting
The monthly meeting of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Miami Section, will take place
Wednesday at the Monte Carlo
Hotel, Miami Beach, at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Nat L. Wiliams, chairman
of the Service to Foreign Born,
has written the script for a play-
let called "Remember the Strang-
ler," which will be presented by
members of the Service to Foreign
Born Department. The playlet
will describe the activities of this
organization with respect to new-
ly arrived foreign born and dis-
placed persons who reach or pass
through this area.
Included in the cast are: Miss
Edna Kaufmann, Mrs. Florence
Finkelstein, Mrs. Leonard Beld-
ner, Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Ber-
nett Freedman, Mrs. Simon Eng-
lander and Mrs. Wm. Loeb.
Mrs. Aaron Farr, first vice presi-
dent, will preside.
Shrine Group To
Present Circus
The gigantic Hamid-Morton
three-ring circus, featuring 30
dazzling acts, wil open a four-day
engagement in Miami's Orange
Bowl Monday.
Robin B. Mulloy, past potentate
of Mahi and general chairman
of the event, said the big show,
which plays exclusively for Shrine
organizations, will start moving
into the city January 26. It will
be making its first appearance in
Miami.
All proceeds are marked for the
Shrine's under-privileged chil-
dren's activity.
Thirty acts consisting of aerial
trapeze artists, jungle lions, tigers,
trained elephants, lions, horses,
ponies, dogs and an army of
clowns will make up the three-
hour program. More than 390 of
the nation's toonotch circus en-
I tertainers are in the cast.
Featured acts will be Peejay
Riggens in a sensational 200-foot
ride and dive for life into a tank;
Speedy Babbs whirling through a
500-foot ball of steel on a motor-
cycle: Francine Volante plunging
20 feet into space to catch a trap-
eze by her fingertips and then
rocketing 60 feet to earth, and
the Cimse Troupe, daring French
acrobats who perform on motor-
cycles 90 feet in the air.
Two shows will be held daily
except Monday, when only an
evening performance will be
staged. Matinees will be held at
3:30 p.m. and night performances
at 8:20.
Robert H. Morton of 736 Lake-
view Dr.. Miami Beach, is part
owner of the Shrine's traveling
circus caravan. Tickets are on sale
at Burdine's in Miami and the
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3rd St.
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meeting of the Coral Gables Zion-
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Rabbi Lehrman who has recent-
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Beach Elementary School gradua-
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her father with the reading of an
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FRIDAY,
JANUARY;
EDITORIAL
Judge ProMkaupr
fewah Z-.~-.-~~ kmaea New Yctk Sujsesae
Court fustics Joseph M Preekcues bos decided
to drop the reins c: die prseideacy 5--. :a "- en-
able the organisation to re- the benefit accruing
from thai inured which comes r:~ new and
rigorous leadership
The 3Jf fears during which Mr Proskauet sicod
en the helm c: the American Jewish Committee
were the most crinca] in the history -.: the world
of our counTy -.-.:; -.: on people Jewish leader-
shin had never before been so tested History
was roaring rapidly cr.~ lot us tragically, b
those 7ecxi Fhe theme was not Tigiiance cut
the .:.: New orientations ~~~ tc be developed
New concepts demanded new frcmeworki Fee
stream of events was too powerful :c permit the
tr-e Jewish !c~cer zh'^.z.z. percned ss ~ pedestSi
that was srcducll7 beina weakened bv the ^::.<
vm." He who could not essay the new v_r~
lecdership
There 'ere "-.;r.es when Judge Proskauet
seemed taiter cs the ~.~~'i" Jewisn ;ssue Poi-
se.: courageously r-c bnL.'rz:./.
We could pay no greater tribute to him on thai
^'.'.:-. than by stating thai the warm words be
spoke at the .-e'er.- AJC ~-u:! meeting iboui
Isr'je. and the Jews ..". '.s:z<-. might have come irc.-r.
,vfc ^ ~ ~ ^ ~^.- 7" z' ""- v"" *- tn ~-.-^
tt was Zionisl who said that :-e proclamation
zi the Jewish s~e b-e"~.e inevitable when
Britain withdrew r:^ ?~let-r.e and refused "
permit adequate introductioo z: UN representa-
tion to take over the functiom z: govemmeni
Who but tr-e Jew and Tree* iecder could have
said that history cre-rted l3.-~el' zz.z that that
"immutable fad must bs t-ke- into account
when chartering the course Oi future Jewish i.:e
:.-. America. He was echoing the voice oi ge.-.e:a-
tions when he -ci that '.he victory which perched
on Israel 3 arms demo^3~r-ez mat a new David
had si-.-..-. Goliath and thai the spoil t: the Macca-
bees still animated -J-.e hearts oi our brethren.
As long -3 we remain "rrr.~ed by the spirit oi
the Maccabees and zi the Prophets ~r.d oi the
generations behind us we r.eec not fear the future

sTiV
Make Britain Put Out the Fire!
iwoad Wishes
In paving tnbute to national leaders retiring
;;- office e xisc take :
recent res.';:. -".::. :: jr'.::e 7u..^n::: from the
After four-and-c-haii .: professional as-
soc :..:. with the Florida Regional office George
resigned to resume the private practice oi law on
Miami Becr-
Seorge ''..:..-.:: -.-: himself to those thai
worked with him He inspired added c^r.i.dence
by not confining -.s activities to the oraanization
The 17. S. Loan To l.sr(,|
The announcement of the S1CC.OO0 000'
Israel came at a ttime when Mr. Truman 1
busiest man in the country. It came in
when the President was readying hiaJl
what is by all means America's proudest
the inauguration of a new President a
through the will of a democratic people in,
and sacred ballot.
Yet the import of his move in implement
position he long maintained has not eluded^
observation and favorable press mention.
We would like to believe thai the ana
ment of the loan was deliberately releateT
the eve of the inauguration ceremony in orj
assure doubting elements that it was the fci
of the present Administration not only to (
by its crvowed Palestine policy but to in
them with its intention of carrying through1!
policy to its successful conclusion within a
necessary, without the councils ci the interno
organization. The move should put Londosl
notice that the U.S. is determined to keep!
promises to Israel and about Israel, as wells)
use its good offices in influenc-.r.g the Arabt
tries into making peace with the new state.
One thing is certain, as so admirably ex
in an editorial in the Yiddish "Dcy," "if
anti-Israel policy hasn't been shattered ena
the announcement of the American loan
shatter it even more."
As Americans we are proud over the
taken by our President with regard to the!
of Israel, for the loan, after cli was the
of a policy which had the enthusiastic bads]
of the overwhelming majority oi the Amen
people.
'~ _.
3 prese.-.-.:.z his resignation .z..zzzii stated.
decision was z most ?ne for me to
make in view of the fact that I know how 1
our work. However, I feel that as a iaymanml
community, I can continue to work vigorouslyi
intensively in combatting bigotry and in
some of the problems of our People.''
We know George will continue to work!
every worthy cause. We wish him success in)
private endeavors.
Lord Melchett,
Zionist Leader,
Dies On Beach |
dustrialist who adopted the Jew-
- faith tnd became a Zionist
eekend in hi
rtment 6039 Col-:
lina Ave aft r a :.g illne
-'' Bi iti : n< bleman came I.
t...... Ith :r.;:<: than
a year as. Hi wife, Lady Gwen
Mi -.-rtt wa -.: his v:::;'u- >::.<..
he -;
K.3 only '-',n and heir, Julian
Edward Alfred Mono, 24, and hia
daughter Karia Mond, fiew from
London to in their mother r.ore.
Reared as Christian Lord Mel-
chett and .-.- ,:zter, the March-!
''' ':' Reading, formally em-!
braced the Jewish faith in 1933'
during H.tler's early persecution
of Jewa in Germany.
Lor ; '.: ett later became an
eminent Zionist leader and wrote
a book. 'Thy Neighbor," strongly
advocating the case of the Jew's
for a homeland. He has been in-
active in recent years because of
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1949
TEVETH 27, 5709
Red Cross Drive
Begins March 1
The Dade County Red Cross has |rTA '' Un-
opened ,b 1949 fund offices at'
. ,: ." ua me
ican .. ti
in has
"
luring
*hs affected Jve!
,nd residenl -a re-
Red
Cross of $414,163.00." '
rJSS ready ap-
d,b-vHv: .:nand-
chapter headquarters, 507 N E
1st Ave. Goal for the campaign
which will be held in March is
$302,200.00. The drive will open
March 1 and 4,000 volunteers are
beintr recruited to give everv adult
in Dade County an opportunity
Steward for InCrTand"^.
Dav' L DubUe
public information
57^. Ah.C McGraner, 560XE
to contribute to the American Red of the ^Vf *n namc'd ^airman
Cross. '- women's residential divi
-The Dade County Chapter has men' of SMl1,0? the vice **ir-
a defimte obligation." H. H. Hy- 'S fh W?1Vw,0n. wi" be heId
man, southern division manager Jat 1*15 p m Hte1, Wednesdav
Federation .Sots
1949 Appeal Coal
tltin : Page 1)
elude a S200.000 building fund
as part of a five year communi-
ty panning program on the
1949 appeal.
' lion 21-man budget
which has held 45
ini i it began analyzing
' i fun Is in October, re-
* 11 applications
desired In-
: appeal. Each of
ions was carefully j
and recommendations
- ftei a thorough dis-
". by the committee and a
Fifteen agencies
nied inclusion.
: :-' I as chairman
budget committee. Other
David Andron.
Di Frank Coret, Jos-
Dr Stanley Frehhng.
' Iman, Maurice Fur-
; Gardner, Mrs. Louls
Goldman, Mrs. Ab-
' Iman, Stuart Gordon,
enre Levenson. Harrv Rabe.
>n Russak. Samuel T. Sapiro
S. Shapoff, Milton Sukin, Al-
E. Stone and Col. Elry Stone.
not recommended for
inclusion in the 1949 Combined
. sh Appeal: Agudath Israel
h Council of Amor.. Amer.
Bibh. al Encyclopedic Society.
Amer. Comm. for Relief of
J'--vs. Amor. Pro-Falas-
omnuttee, Amer. Red Mogen
SSL*" Pak'st'ne. Common
Council for Amer. Unity. Hebrew
rlTT L{ Brooklyn>, Jewish
1 Orthodox Committee.
fewMh Children's Service Jewish
mat.on Bureau, Jewish Sta-
stica Bureau. Menorah Associa-
r; I.ali?tlnp Symphonic Choir
'.Theol.sem. Yesh. Chach-
Lubh, and Vaad Hatzala.
Concert Cancelled
srhlT i AJ c TemPleton concert
Bvfr d fr Mnday mht at"
fv cennn Auditori"m has been
n',', accord'nK to an an-
crcnermla.er.RUth Brtman'
INVOKES BLESSING
AT INAUGURATION

A'
Rabbi Samuel ThurmM
United Hebrew Temple
Louis, a personal friend ol r^l
ident Harry S. Truman. *
yoked a blessing at the I
auguration in Washington "-I
the President took the 0SJ
office for his first elected "J
on Thursday. January 20- n
bi Thurman. a graduate ol
Hebrew Union College.
first rabbi in the history |
United Slates to take pan
presidential
mony.
inaugur
.Morgenthau To
Head Palestine
l> NEW YORK. CJTA) The
tion of Henry MorgentM*
former Secretary of the Tre|
and one-time general ch""T|
the United Jewish API* 1
chairman of the board of t 'I
egetesi Economic I ^j
announced here this *^ ^1
announcement also stat^u|
Henry Montr. former e ^
vice chairman of the <- .M
been named vice president
PEC.


[y. JANUARY 28, 1949
jonal Brotherhood Week Proclaimed,
bi Zwitman, Miss Mac Vicar, Roberts
eceive "Human Relations" Citations
+Jmisli ncrldfon
PAGE FIVE
jnal Brotherhood Week,
between February 20 and
Mng the week of Washing-
sirthday, will be observed
proclamations issued by
Robert L. Floyd of Miami
fcyor Keith Phillips of Coral
is'iicd by the National Con-
of Cnristiar.s and Jews,
lek will be observed through
lal program being arranged
i Miami Round Table of that
Presentation of the awards will
be made by Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
liams, vice president cf the Uni-
versity of Miami don of the
faculty, Andrew T. Hei.lv and
George Cherlkof, co-chairmen of
the Round Table.
Dr. Edgar De Witt Jones, form-
er president of the Federal Coun-
cil of Churches of Christ of Amer-
ica, will be the featured speaker.
A noted author and lecturer, Dr.
Jones has written 34 books and
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Keen working out the plans for National Brotherhood Week
be observed from February 20 to 27 are Andrew T. Healy,
fge Cherlkof and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, co-chairmen of the
n Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and
ization, according to Andrew
ottschall, Florida Regional
loi of the Conference.
fchlijiht of the week will be
inual Brotherhood banquet
hi Id at the Miami Women's
on February 22. at which
Miamians will receive cita-
from the National Confer-
f distinguished services in
ring human relations."
t; Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
spiritual leader of Temple
; Richard B. Roberts, Jr.,
president of the Catholic Wel-
|Bureau; and Alice M. Mac-
assistant superintendent in
g( of instruction in Dade
ity schools.
lectured before hundreds of col-
lege and university groups across
the nation.
The Irving Caesar "Songs of
Friendship" in animated cartoons
will be shown. Dr. Robert Giffen
of the Greater Miami Council of
Churches will pronounce the in-
vocation and Rabbi Leon Kronish
of Temple Beth Sholom will give
the benediction. Harold Turk will
read President Truman's pro-
clamation of Brotherhood Week.
Sttanley C. Myers will preside.
Reservations for the banquet
may be made by calling the Round
Table office, 406 Calumet Build-
ing, at 9-6218.
lihlren's Home
foup To Sponsor
?nor Luncheon
annual donor luncheon of
INational Home for Jewish
hen at Denver will be held
lay at noon at the Bcach-
|er, 1271 Dade Blvd., Miami
15' Discount with- Adv.
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This is the biggest fund-raising
project of the year and Mrs. Ben
S. Hertz, president, asks the co-
operation of all members and
friends.
Chairman for the affair is Mrs.
M. B. Ross with Mrs. George B.
Feller, Mrs. John B. Feller and
Miss Sadye Nathan serving as co-
chairmen. Mrs. Benn Bloom will
be in charge of publicity. Mrs.
Albert Dubler, Mrs. Gisella New-
lander and Mrs. Louis Kane will
handle reservations.
Mrs. Herman Wronker, chair-
man of hostesses will be assisted
by the Mesdames Sam Tunick,
Frank Cole, Mel Crane, Elsie
Leschel, Seymour Gladstone,
Harry Kaufman, Gisella Newland-
er, Benn Bloom.
Mrs. Sam Luby and Mrs. Sax
Alexander will serve as treasurers.
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Phone 58-5300
ALLAN FINKELSTEIN
SEE
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FOR TILE
NEW REPAIR REPLACEMENTS
Y Adds To Women's
Athletic Program
The women's physical education
program at the Miami YMHA has
been extended to include gym-
nasium session and a Health Club
with available masseuse each
Tuesday and Thursday morning
at 10 a.m. in addition to the
Tuesday afternoon and evening
sessions at 1 and 8 p.m.
At these sessions the women
may participate in body condi-
tioning through calisthenics,
sweat bath and massage in the
health club, and instruction and
tournament play in special activi-
ties such as volleyball, new-
comball, deck tennis, handball,
paddleball, ping pong, basketball,
softball, rope skip, medicine ball
and group games.
Son To Install Father At
Golden Age Ceremonies
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Y will con-
duct an installation of officers on
Sunday evening, February 6, at
the Miami Y.
A unique feature of this pro-
gram will be the installation of
the president, Isaac Englander, by
his son, Simon Englander, local
attorney.
Jennie Goldstein
Plaza Show Star
Jennie Goldstein, the "first
lady of the Yiddish stage" will
appear at the Plaza Theatre, Mi-
ami Beach, to fill a six day en-
gagement beginning Thursday,
February 3. The accompanying
feature presentation stars Esta
Salzman, Muni Serebroff and
Yetta Zwerling in "Her Second
Mother."
The current attraction at the
Plaza is "The Great Advisor," with
Irving Jacobson, Mae Schoenfeld,
Cantor Leibele Waldman and Yet-
ta Zwerling. Appearing in person
are the stars of the film, Irving
Jacobson and Miss Schoenfeld.
<(
I Dread The Very
Thought of It"
How often this statement has been made when try-
ing to put away from your thinking, the "inevitable"
that comes to every person and family.
Yet such an hour can be made easier in making
preparations today for the whole family, when the
mind is not clouded. This can be done through care-
ful planning and selection of a family plot that will
show the love and devotion to all those who you
hold so dear.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU
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meet your need.
2. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING that lends beauty
to the final tribute to the departed loved one.
3. Special Mount Nebo "Pre-need" Plan to make
such a purchase easy for you.
For full particulars, write or phone:
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Are..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday ev.-ning services at 5
Late Friday evening foruitl at
Rabbi M. will speak n ..la-
rael Rel irn Re> I I
lead in the eommui -->
by th- Beth Jai ob Rellgl
C
of Congregation Mt. Sin... Bro
N. Y will I'h.int the sel
Saturday nv rning service* a'
Reg ilar Sabbath
Rabbi Meacheloff will prea h on
-That They Will Know. I
ervlcei held foi h
elementary school age In thi > -
ua School ann< x al I I
under direction of Max Bertman of the
facultv, Kiddush will be served under
direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mi:i-
cha at 5:11 followed by ShalOi Soudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sunday School
at l" a.m. Dally school from 8:80 to
1:10.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Late Friday evenli t servlci s al I
In the abaence of Rabbi Max SI
Stanley C Myers
David board and ; r< sldi nt of the'
Cll of Jewish I and well
Fund will conduct service! I :
.;,..;>. b will b inducted by 1<
B Gordon, exe< utlv< direct
David Cantui M u M ':. '
officiate. Dr an I M
will be !
atclv after ti.- -
Dr. Oren's mother. F
been made by th.....ens
bath servl< at !:80 a
services at I I Sundaj Bai
Mltsvah breakfast for b and over will be held this week at s 10.
Bible Clasi ii!.:-
Abraham Levltan meets
at 7:30 a.m. for a Mlschnlaa. Saturday
afternoons he will conduct a class In
Schataria between Mincha and Maarlv.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Friday evening forum at S:30 p.m.
A. P, Bureau of Jewlt Edu atlon, will be
guest speaki r. His
raelIts Influence Hi Vmer-
lea." \ ibbat will follow in
auditorium, Satui services t
a.m. Rabbi Orauei will speak on
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
; -*
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Mr. and J
. -
brew
.: Bai Mil
| su n Th : .-
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evenii
:., I
Rabbi Irving Li
I'.. Voil Belli
ng will

of Bi :. v.- en. Satui
services at 9
'.'. .....
-
Monday throui

ergarti
F
.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Ke'.emer.
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Temple 3eth Sholom (Liberal).
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Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
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Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
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Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
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Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Pi .... ng i at 8:15
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Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.

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Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Belli El P.T.A. To
Meet Officer*
The Parents Teachers Associa-
tion "f the Beth El Talmud Torah
| Sunday School will meet on
lay at 8:15 p.m. to elect Its
officers for the coming
,t tin Beth El auditorium.
Milton Sachs, president of
PTA, will officiate and accept
nations from the floor.
ussion will be resumed on
tume Purim party for Beth
,. [ren on March 15. In
. : this event are the Mes-
I lei man Cantor, Ernest
noff and Edward Schwartz.
Following the meeting refresh-
Is will be served by Mrs.
. Kravitz and Mrs. Jack Mit-
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Fathers' Club To Hold Breakfast Parley
First meeting of the Parent
Teachers Association of the He-
brew Academy will be held Tues-
day evening at 9 p.m., Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, president, an-
nounced. At this meeting a sym-
posium entitled "The Jewish
Child in the American Scene" will
take place. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man of Temple Israel, Miss Mal-
vina Weiss, principal of Central
Beach High school, Dr. Donald
Michelson of the Hillel Founda-
tion of the University of Miami,
and Dr. David S. Andron, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy, will
participate. At the conclusion of
the symposium, parents and the
members of the faculty will have
the opportunity to participate in
an open forum.
A report will be rendered by
Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman on the li-
brary tea which was recently held
at the home of Mrs. Lillian Stone.
Mrs. Sugarman, chairman of the
event, was assisted by the Mes-
dames Irving Makovsky, Jack
Burris, Irving Frankel and Sid-
ney Rubinowitz.
Prior to the symposium at 7:30
p.m., the parents will have the
opportunity of meeting the mem-
bers of the faculty in both the
Hebrew and English departments
to discuss the individual progress
of pupils. These conferences will
enable the parents to evaluate not
only the status of their children,
but also the progress being made
in the various grades of the
school.
Refreshments will be served un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsberg, chairman of the
committee of hostesses.
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Hebrew Academy
will be held Sunday morning at
the academy at 10:30, Dr. David
S. Andron, president, announced.
A report of the activities which
have been planned for the season
will be given by the chairmen of
the committees and plans for new
activities will be formulated.
A breakfast meeting of the
Fathers' Club of the Hebrew Aca-
demy will be held Sunday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock at the Tides
Hotel, Miami Beach. An educa-
tional program has been prepared
by the committee in charge of
arrangements which will enable
members to participate in sym-
posium, "My Child at the Hebrew
Academy."
Plans will be formulated by the
members of the organization for
the ensuing term.
The committee on arrangements
includes Ben Zion Ginsberg,
chairman, Irwin Makovsky and
Manuel Jacobson, co-chairmen.
Miami Hadassah
To Hear Clarke
Edward Clarke of the Universi-
ty of Miami School of Music
faculty will review the book
"Peace of Mind" before the Mi-
ami Group of Hadassah Monday,
February 14 at 1:30 p.m., at the
Miami Y.
Mr. Clark, who has been af-
filiated with the University of
Miami for 14 years, is one of the
best known book reviewers and
lecturers in Miami. Under the
auspices of the Adult Education
Division of the University, Mr.
Clarke delivers weekly talks on
books and music at the Miami
Woman's Club.
The book "Peace of Mind" by
the late Rabbi Joshua Loth Lieb-
man is one of America's best sell-
ing non-fiction books.
Mrs. Irving Genet, chairman of
the Jewish National Fund project
will be in charge of the program.
The public is invited to attend.
Talicmof f Becomes Beach
Campaign Manager For
Candidate Stockdale
Grant Stockdale, candidate for
state representative for Dade
County, has announced that
George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach
attorney and civic leader, has ac-
cepted the managership of his
campaign on Miami Beach.
Talianoff, former director of the
Florida Regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, is a director of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and is vice
president of its Men's Club. He is
also vice president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District.
The first primary for state re-
presentative will take place Feb-
ruary 7. Thirteen candidates have
entered the race.
Chicago Visitor To Fete
Daughter At Luncheon
Mrs. Ruth Chernyk, Chicago
season guest at the Shelborne,
will entertain at a cocktail lunch-
en at the hotel Wednesday. Guest
of honor will be Mrs. Chernyk's
daughter from Chicago, Mrs. B. I.
Lazar, who recently arrived for
a two-weeks' vacation here.
The luncheon guest list includes
Mrs. Chernyk's aunt and cousin,
Mrs. Louis Friedman and Mrs.
Gus Feuer of Hibiscus Island, Mrs.
Daniel Ruskin, Mrs. Ben Hartley,
Mrs. David Bass, Mrs. Philip Ros-
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Dolores Cohen, Mrs. Maurice H.
Koven and Mrs. Arthur Steiner.
Histadruth To Meet
Pincus Puchkoff, honorary pres-
ident of the Histadruth L'Tarbut
Ivrith, will lecture on "The Fu-
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at a meeting of the group Sunday
in the patio of the Spinoza Forum,
11th St. and Collins Ave. On the
same program Professor Ruben
Gordis, scholar and philosopher,
will speak.
All interested in Hebrew are in-
vited to attend and participate in
the discussion.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1949

Personally Speaking .. .
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerance and son have moved into
their new home at 1535 West 21st St., Sunset Island Four.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Sperling, 2142 Coral Way, announce
the birth of a son, Stephen Michael, born January 10 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. The bris took place January 18 with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating. Nathan Sperling, the baby's grand-
father, was Sandek and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Sperling, the
baby's uncle and aunt, were the godparents. The mother is the
former Rena Zalph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zalph, 2236
S.W. 3rd St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morris Keller, 6246 S.W. 11th St., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Joan, born January 15 at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. The grandmother is Mrs. Minnie Keller, 3230
N.W. 7th St.
* *
Rabbi Robert Gordis of the Jewish Center in Rockaway Park,
N. Y., is a guest at the Netherlands Hotel. Rabbi Gordis' brother-
in-law, Rabbi Jacobson, who was a guest in Miami Beach last
year, is now on an inspection tour in Israel.
* *
Annetta Rick, lyric soprano, formerly a student at the Miami
Conservatory of Music, appeared in the Miami Opera Guild
production of "Aida." Miss Rick will also sing in "Martha" to be
presented here in March.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct., have as their
houseguest their nephew, Jacob Sandbrand of New York. Mr.
Sandbrand, who was one of the first displaced persons to gain
admission to the United States, arrived here in May, 1946.
* *
While Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kleinberg, Brooklyn, N. Y., are
spending their annual winter vacation in Miami Beach, they are
being feted by Mr. and Mrs. Eli Einbinder, 3351 S.W. 2nd St.
The Kleinbergs are stopping at the Shelborne.
* *
Also at the Shelborne are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ginsburg,
St. Louis, who arrived recently on the evening of their 26th
anniversary. The couple was honored at a party given by Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Weinberg, former St. Louis residents now resid-
ing at 1225 S.W. 22nd Terr.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benson Cummis of Newark N. L will arrive
Sunday to visit Mrs. Cummis' parents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Boeninger, 2648 S.W. 30th Ct. Mr. Cummil is a senior executive
of Saks Fifth Avenue and Mrs. Cummia ia a buyer for L. Bam-
berger and Company.
-* -* *
Mrs. Joseph Elkin of New York la = guest crt the Cardozo
Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Elkin is a sister-in-law c: Mrs. Nathan
Shandlofi, 350 S.W. 21st Rd. and Leon Elkin, 1519 Drexel Ave.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zeientz of New York are guests at the
San Juan Hotel. Miami Beach. Mr. Zeientz is a brother of Louis
Zeientz of this city. The New Yorkers will remain here for one
month.
* *
Chester H. Gelbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert,
1630 S.W. 10th St., is visiting his parents for one week. Chester
is a junior at Northeastern University of Boston, where he is a
chemistry major.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodman, 6780 Harding Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, born January 25 at St.
Francis Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman are the parents of two
other children, Marilyn and Marvin.
* *
Professor and Mrs. Jekuthiel Ginsburg, New York, are visit-
ing their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Freed-
man, 1030 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. While here they will
attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of Mr Gins-
burg's mother, the late Bella Ginsburg.
* '
Honeymooning at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr
and Mrs. Edward Eisenstadt of New York. Mrs. Eisenstadt's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Levine of Manhattan Beach, New
York, will join them this week. Residents of Miami and Miami
Beach who have been entertaining the Eisenstadts include Mr
and Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldbera
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Metnick.
* *
Mrs. Harold Turk and dauqhter, Cornelia, left this week for
New York, where they will attend the wedding of Mrs Turk's
srster, Cynthia Wohlstadter, to Jerome O. Kushel. The weddina
will be an event of Sunday, February 6, at the Essex House. Mr
lurk will join his wife and daughter before the ceremony
Make every weal
a festive occasion
Formulatinq plans for the Miami Beach Group Business and Professional Hadassah bazaar to be
held at the Beach Y from 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday. February 6, are: (left to right) sitting. Cell Cook, Lil-
lian Goodman. Jean Brown, Frances Lebon. Esther Goodman: standing, Dorothy Parker, Dora Keller,
Jeanette Yatcman, Marguerite Marx, Bea Cypress, Tilla Greif, Mildred Krupsaw.________________
Mrs. Rooff Reveals
Daughter's Troth
The engagement anci
ing marriage of Muriel Rooff to
Edward Broad, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Broad, Springfield.
Mass., has been announced by her
:r.other, Mrs. Estelle Rooff, 918
Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach.
Miss Rooff is a graduate of
Queens College. Her fiance is a
graduate of Carnegie Technical
Institute.
Plans are lor a summer wed-
ding.
"iimcwwm twin mm is product or thi ukiks or luuSSn (iuSoi
Samuel A. Blank To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blank
1410 S.W. 17th Terr., announce
the Bar Mitzvah
of their son.
Samuel Allen, to-
morrow morning
at 9 o'clock at
the Miami He-
brew School and
Congreg a ; i o n.
The boy will con-
duct services and
address the con-
- ition. Rabbi
April will re-
spond.
Samuel is a student at S. .nan
doah Junior High and a group
leader in Boy Scout Troop No
85 of the Miami Hel rew S I
and Congregation.
Friends and relatives ;,:
vited to attend.
Joanne Saltzman Will
Wed J. Donald Richstone
Mrs Yetta M, Saltzman of Mi-
ami Beach, formerly of Atlanta,
iun ed t!., engagement of
! er daughter, Joanne, to J. Don-
ald Richstone, Mm of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose] a L. Richstone, Youngs-
town, Ohio.
Mii tzm; n is a graduate of
the University of Miami and a
. .!! th< local public school
system. Mr. Richstone attended
Ohio State University and since
his :\turn from the Army has
ited in business with
his fat i r.
Although no date has been set
for the wedding, it will be an
it of Fi bruary.
PYiends Will Fete
Jewish Author
A group of friends and col-
leagues including Sholem Asch,
Dr. A. Mukduni and Tunkeler,
have arranged a cultural and
musical evening in honor of Iser
Tolush, eminent Jewish author, on
his 60th birthday anniversary. The
affair will take place at the New
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, on Saturday, February
5, at 8 p.m.
Artists who will appear on the
program, which has been arranged
by Anyuta Melicov, include: So-
phie Kemper, soprano; Marcel
Chilaud, tenor; Anyuta Melicov,
pianist; Israeli Vocal Trio; Ha-
bonim dancers. Refreshments will
be served.
Samuel Blank
Tri Beta Supper
Tri Beta Council of Miai V
will sponsor a pot i .
morrow night at 5:30 at the
of Miss Lila Pearl, 1823 S W lit]
Terr.
Mollic Hoss Joined
To Ily Pearlman
In a. candlelight ceremony Mol-
lie Ross become the bride of Hy
Pearlman at the home of the
groom'j : ither-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mis. Sam Schulwolf, 2111
S W. 23) I Am Rabbi Simon April
officiated.
I' bride, given in marriage by
Mr Schulwolf, was attired in a
Rrey s trimmed with
satin. She wore a matching hat
and an orchid corsage,
Al Pearlman served as his
- I man.
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v Notovitz To
Samuel Stcen
[troths! of Shirley Noto-
Lmui-1 Steen, son of the
ftci-ns. 5172 S.W. 4th St.,
announced by her par-
anil Mrs. Ben Notovitz,
I 2bt St.
, lect attended Penn-
J College for Women and
attending the University
li, Mr. Steen is a universi-
Itudent and a member of
bda Phi and Alpha Phi
ind Book By
li Poetess
iblished
foma Gerbert, 940 Sth St.,
Beach, has received word
Ui5 Markovitz, her pub-
[at her second book, 'The
of My Heart," a collection
fclishi'd and copies are on
ay to Miami.
o'ctcss. whose work is well
to local Yiddish speaking
is an ardent Zionist and
Irorkor in Pioneer Women
d. One of Miami Beach.
[contributor to the Yiddish
er Tag.
|Geibuts poetry ranges
ctures of her home town
[childhood scenes and hol-
lebrations to the struggle
latii nal homeland in Is-
Be interested in purchas-
took may contact Mrs.
at her home address.
Shirley Notovitz
Pioneer Women Will
Mark JNF Birthday
The 47th anniversary of the
Jewish National Fund will be
marked by a celebration Sunday
February 6 at 8 p.m. at the He-
brew Academy under the auspices
of the Pioneer Club No. One, Mi-
ami Beach.
Dr. David S. Andron will sprak
in English, while H. Ehrenreich of
New York will speak in Yiddish.
The Israeli Quartet, composed of
Marsha Gulova, contralto; Anna
Samuels, sprano; Paul Beck, ten-
or; Leon Shiff, baritone; Joseph
Screibman, director, will offer
several Hebrew and Yiddish se-
lections. A new Israeli film, 'Pal-
estine Speaks," will be shown.
Admission is $1. The public is
invited.
Beth Sholom To Fete
Rabbi Kronish At Buffet
A buffet reception and dinner
will be given in honor oi Rabbi
Leon Kronish on Wednesday eve-
ning at 6 o'clock by the members
of Temple Beth Sholom on the
occasion of the rabbi's return from
Israel. Rabbi Kronish flew to Is-
rael on January 8 as a member of
a delegation of three, respresent-
ing the Greater Miami Jewish
Community, for the purpose of
bringing back a first-hand report
on current conditions in Israel.
Harry Dinnerstein and Leon J.
Ell ae co-chairmeH of this func-
tion.
Rabbi Kronish will present a
series of lectures on "Modern Is-
raelAn Eyewitness Account," in
which he will discuss the people,
the economy, the constitution, the
politics and the foreign policy of
Israel.
KSOWIJLY SPEAKING
bbi Lazar Schonfeld is spendinq a few weeks with his
iw and daughter, Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff.
* *
|. and Mrs. Charles Stahl, 5161 S.W. 4th St., have as their
uests Mr. Stahl's mother, Mrs. E. Stahl, his sister, Mrs.
j Grass, and her son, Craig, all of New York. This is the
ke in many years that the New Yorkers have visited the
land they will remain here lor a month.
* + *
.. Raff is now making his home with Louis Weintraub,
tW. 5th St., after a summer spent in New York and the
Bas.
* *
\. and Mrs. Al Reisman have moved into their new home
I N.W. 6th St.
* *
pming ceremonies for Eddyes Eileen Axlrod, infant
[er of Mrs. Eddie Axlrod and the late Mr. Axlrod, were
1st Thursday at the Miami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tth Rabbi Simon April officiating. Present were the baby's
randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klein, 1752 S.W. 10th
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod, 1971 S.W. 18th
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Faqen, Hialeah.
* *
J. and Mrs. Max Silver, 3021 S.W. 16th St., have as their
kuest Mrs. Silver's sister, Mrs. L. Richman, New York City.
* *
i and Mrs. Joe Jacobs, annual winter visitors from New
|Je at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. While here the
lorkers are being entertained by Mrs. Jacobs' brother and
Vlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon of this city.
Incubator Presented
To Negro Hospital Here
A Gordon-Armstrong infant in-
cubator has just been presented
to the Christian Hospital of Mi-
ami by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mazer
of Germantown, Pa., and Miami
Peach, in memory of their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Marion Mazer Lister.
"For many years Marion Mazer
Lister was actively interested in
child welfare and this incubator
for premature births is a reflec-
tion of her aspirations to ease the
problems of all children regard-
less of race, creed or color," of-
ficials of the hospital said.
Thus in presenting this gift to
Christian Hospital, "in loving
memory of their daughter, Marion
Mazer Lister (1915-1947)," Mr.
and Mrs. Mazer are hoping to con-
tinue the humanitarian activity
of their daughter.
Working on plant for the dinner dance io be sponsored by the
Sholem Women, B'nai B'rith, Monday, February 7, at the Beach-
comber are (left to right) front row, Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Mrs.
Jerome Weinkle, chairman. Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz; rear, Mrs. Sam
Silver and Mrs. Essie Bergman.
Sholem Women To SponsorDance
A benefit dinner dance at the
Beachcomber on Monday, Feb-
ruary 7, will be sponsored by the
Sholem Women B'nai B'rith, Mrs.
Harry Gordon, president, an-
nounced.
The two-and-a-half hour pro-
gram of entertainment will in-
clude top flight personalities of
stage, screen and radio including
headliners at the Beachcomber,
Sophie Tucker, Harry Richman,
Jackie Miles and the Vagabonds
quartet. Cooperation of the show
world luminaries has been as-
sured the B'nai B'rith unit and
plans are under way to allocate
a portion of the proceeds to the
Children's Hospital in Palestine.
Mrs. Jerome Weinkle is gener-
al chairman of the affair and will
be assisted by the Mesdames Abe
Aronovitz, Sam Silver, Sidney
Aronovitz, Nat Strauss, Paul Bar-
nett and Essie Bergman.
Tickets may be secured by call-
ing 48-4664 or 2-7135.
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Goal of the
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Money will be
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Rabbi Zwitman Speaks
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FRIDAY, JANUARY i
Arlcne Rothenberg gave the | in an oratorio of their
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valedictory address and Joseph position and the
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Burakoff welcomed the guests. dered several selection/1*'
Heler.e Shupack, the third pad- LJj* J* Gen
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TOS. L. PLUMMER
ruatxal Director
West Flagler Introduces
New System of Making
Up Greyhound Races
W Fl g] K
ucing to tl e S]
this year -. new
up greyhound i
ification system.
The w
rolul
ing the past;
racing an i ling to Track
t in th port.
Ir. thi r.
lion system, ea h d 2 cl
himself, v ng up and
down in graci'
he peri -.-, wins au-
tomatically moves into a
grade, while
perform up tations in two
to four starts L< demoted a grade.
Each race carries a grade
ficstion. Also the grade of each
dog is listed in his past pe :' rm-
ance line.
At the start of the 1949 Flagler
meeting, each dog was given a
grade by tl r,g secretary.
Past racing I and tr lining
events combined to decide the
grade for the older dogs, while
the pups' gradir.gs were guided
by T-"t:r ling performances.
The- new Flagler race-making
system calls for the greyhounds
to run in eight different grades
AA. A. B. C, D. E. F and G. The
super hot box dogs like Beach-
comber carry the AA grading,
while other greyhounds of feature
race calibre carry A and B grad-
mgs. The other grades follow
down the line ir. order to the low-
est grade of G. Maidens are
carried as M greyhounds on the
program and will not be given
a grading until they have won a
race.
Ginsburg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Bella
Gir.sburg. formerly of Miami
Beach, will take place Sunday at
2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing. Friends and relatives are
asked to atttend.
Teich Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Re-
becca Teich formerly of 4165 Post
Ave Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday at 3 p.m. m the Jewish
Section of Woodlawn Park Ceme
tery with Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
oysky officiating. Friends and rel-
atives are asked to attend
by W. L. Philbrick
OPEN LETTER TO THE PUBLIC ON JANUARY 19, 1949 BY DADE COUNTY
AMBULANCE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION OVER SIGNATURES OF K. B.
BESS PRESIDENT AND C. D. VAN ORSDEL, SECRETARY.
SAID
1. "ON ONE SIDE ARE SOME NINETEEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHO
OPERATE AMBULANCE SERVICE. ON THE OTHER SIDE IS MR. W. L.
PHILBRICK, WHO SEEKS A MONOPOLY AT JACKSON MEMORIAL-
AND HAS HAD A. MONOPOLY AT DADE COUNTY HOSPITAL FOR
THE LAST YEAR."
2. "WE CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE OUR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OPER-
ATED IN THIS MANNER. THEREFORE IT WILL BE NECESSARY, IT
APPEARS, FOR US TO OFFER OUR SERVICES TO THE COUNTY WITH-
OUT CHARGE-IN AN ATTEMPT TO BREAK UP THIS MONOPOLY."
DEFINITION OF MONOPOLY
WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY AT MIAMI PUBLIC LIBRARY
PAGE 1,587
"Exclusive possession of the trade in some article or exercise of some
business."
NOW FACTS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ^^ ^
The following funeral homes have served the patients of
Dade County Hospital from January 1, 1948 to date:
Funeral Home Na of Cgtj,
PHILBRICK ................................. 61
VAN ORSDEL..................'"............. 15
BESS............................ ,5
COMBS ....... u
TURNER..................... ............. 12
LITHGOW ........................'........
FLAGLER .......... ....... ,0
WILHELM ................ 8
AHEARN .............. e
TRACY................ 5
GLASS................. .
LANIER .............
GERHARDT ..... ""'" t
GAUTIER............................................ J
HOLLYWOOD MORTUARY
RIVERSIDE ................... ............. J
Total Deaths ZZZZZZZZZ! 168
DADE COUNTY HOSPITAL.
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W. L. PHILBRICK Director of Funerals and Personnel
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1949
+Jenisti fhrBdHan
PAGE ELEVEN
Scholarships Given
By Nat'l Council
College students throughout the
country are invited to apply for
the 1949 Hannah G. Solomon
scholarships in graduate social
work, Miss Shirley Stein, New
York City, chairman of the junior
division of the National Council
of Jewish Women, announced.
Competition for these awards,
which cover tuition fees, is open
to any college senior or graduate
interested in community service
work. Scholarships are given on
the basis of scholastic records,
aptitude for welfare work and
financial need. Applications
should be sent to the junior di-
vision, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, 1819 Broadway, New
York 23, New York, before June 1.
The Hannah G. Solomon Fund,
established to honor the founder
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, has been maintained by
the junior division of council since
1929 to help alleviate the short-
age of trained social workers.
Four scholarships were awarded
in 1948.
Directors Of Beth Jacob
Sisterhood Hold Meeting
At a board of dicetors meeting
of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob
Congregation, held in the home
of Mrs. Jack Felt on Wednesday
evening, Mrs. Rose Kline, chair-
man of the Chanuka concert,
made her final report on that af-
fair. The Mesdames Ben Kalish
and Louis Makovsky reported on
the games party at the Marseilles
Hotel, of which they were co-
chairmen.
Plans were formulated for a
silver tea to be held on February
22. Mrs. Harry Genet will be the
hostess in her new home at 5101
Lakeview Dr. Mrs. Martin Genet
is in charge of the program.
Blaustein, Engel Named Leaders
Of The American Jewish Committee
Jacob Blaustein (left) of Baltimore was elected president of
The American Jewish Committee, succeeding Judge Joseph M.
Proskauer, and Irving M. Engel (right) of New York was elected
chairman of the executive committee at the 42nd annual meeting
of The American Jewish Committee, held Jan. 21-23 in New York.
I. Ray Mills Opens
Investigation Office
I. Ray Mills, former special in-
vestigator for the state attorney,
announced this week that he has
opened his own firm, Ray Mills
Investigators, Inc., with offices in
Biscayne Building.
Mills states that the firm will
handle all types of private in-
vestigation for attorneys, insur-
ance firms and individuals. There
will be three men on the in-
vestigation staff besides Mills.
Life Ineuranca Eetatea
Authorltativaly Programmed
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Botwin Promoted
Marine Corps Headquarters has
announced the promotion of Perry
Botwin, 1941 S.W. 18th St., to the
rank of captain in the U.S. Marine
Corps Reserves. During the war
Botwin was a member of the
Fourth Division of the Marine
Corps and was awarded two cita-
tions for heroic action in the Paci-
fic Theatre.
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irtMi*H^niMimHiiMiiiii^lWIH Beth David Sisterhood
To Sponsor Card Party
The Beth David Sisterhood and
PTA will sponsor a card party
Sunday evening in the Beth David
Talmud Torah. Honor guests will
be the women who sponsored the
organization's recent card table
project.
Miss Jeanne Stiebel, general
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs.
Nathan Davidow, chairman of
cards and games; Mrs. Beni Stieb-
el, ticket chairman; Miss Betty
Greenberg and Mrs. Ralph Lieb-
erman, tickets.
Mrs. Rose Borkin will be in
charge of refreshments. On her
committee are the Mesdames Fan-
ny Feingold, Milton Segel, Na-
than Becker, Jack Gorma-., Frank
Rose, George Goldberg, Mary
Brinkman, Harold Berney, Morris
Grant, Harry Albert, O. Dworkin
and Herbert Scher.
Hostesses for the event will be
the Mesdames Edward Safer,
Harry Gilbert, Saul Rovin and
Irving Rosen. Mrs. Samuel August
and Mrs. Harry August will be in
charge of prizes.
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+Je*ls*ncrldtor
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, I949
Lourie To Address
Initial Gifts Unit
Dinner Thursday
The Honorable Arthur Lourie,
consul general in New York of the
Israeli government, will be princi-
pal speaker and guest of honor at
a dinner meeting of the initial
gifts unit of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Thursday at 6 p.m. at the
Sherry Fronlenac Hotel, Sam
Blank, chairman of the unit, an-
nounced. This s the first pre-
campaign fur.ction of the 1949
Combined Jewish Appeal and will
launch the drive.
"Miami is one of the few cities
which Mr. Lourie will visit in
connection with tr.c campaign,"
Blank stated, "and we feel very
fortunntc :n having such an in-
dividual come here to give us a
confidential behind-the-scenes re-
port as to what is now going on
in Israel."
A meeting of the special gifts
unit, headed by Abraham Good-
man, was held Tuesday at 3
o'clock at Federation headquart-
ers. Phr.s wre discussed for a
kickoff dinner to be held early
in February.
Workers in the women's gift
unit, under the chairmansrip of
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, met yesterday
to plan benefit affairs for the
drive. Assisting Mrs. Sirkin in the
unit are Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle and Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
kof. The group has set the fol-
lowing tentative dates for affairs:
February 7, S365 minimum lunch-
eon; February 14, $100 minimum
luncheon; February 23, sacrifice
gift luncheon ($36.50 minimum)
on the Beach; February 24, sacri-
fice gift luncheon in town.
Workers in the hotel unit, un-
der Samuel Rifkind, held a meet-
ing yesterday to discuss plans for
an initial gifts dinner early in
February.

5#
Mrs. Harold Turk (left), president of the Miami Beach Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women, is seen selling the first tickets to the
organization's luncheon and fashion show scheduled for Tuesday.
February 8. at the Delano Hotel, to Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz, wife
of the president of the Delano Hotel Corp. Others pictured are
(left to right) Mrs. Arthur Frishman. Mrs. Harry Kaufman and
Mrs. Alexander Liebow.
Stevers Theatre
To Open February 1
Stevers Oceanside Theatre,
Di and First St., Miami
, will introduce the legitim-
. theatrx to this area with the
opening on February 1st of
Sp, ngtime for Henry" starring
1 Ev. rett Horton and Glen-
la Farrell Mr. Horton has de-
playgoers throughout the
with his portrayal of the
I ai helor in the clutches of
ign ng females.
A Ivance sales have reached
box of (ire proportions, evidencing
fact that both Miamians and
winter visitors have been waiting
for this type of entertainment, ar-
ling to Producer Richard Stev-
vho has announced a policy
of a new show each week. The
: 1, will be followed
v John Loves Mary," with Guy
M.i lison.
Evening porf< rmancea will be-
| R 30 with a Wednesday mat-
si edul< I for 3 o'clock. Pop-
pri ;es will be in effect start-
* $1.20 for evenings and $.90
he afterr.oor.s. Reservations
secured by calling 58-8410.
Mrs. Warriner Is
Candidate For
Legislative Post
Mrs. Frances O. Warriner, a
mother ar.d successful business
woman, with offices at 605 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, is the
only woman who has quailified
as a candidate for the Democratic
primary nomination for state re-
presentative from Dade County.
In planning her active campaign
Mrs. Warriner announced a pro-
gressive platform of 16 points
which is headed by "Procure for
Dade County a state medical and
dental school." She states her op-
position to the proposed five per
cent hotel room tax and takes a
determined stand in favor of state
water and flood control. The can-
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Beach Women To
Hold Style Show
The annual lur.cheon and fas-
hion show sponsored by the M
ami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'i '
Women will I e held Tui
February 8. at noon at the D< I
Hotel, Miami Beach. Attire to 1
shown will come from "'
Newman.
Proceeds from the event, the
chief fund-raising affair
year, will go toward th<
Hshment of the Opthalmic Cl
in Tel Aviv. The Beaih P.
B'rith Women are work
B'nai B'rith Women all ovei t
country to make this j.'ift 1 ossi
Reservations may be made
contacting Mrs. Arthur Frishman
or Mrs. Alexander Liebow, co-
chairman of the affair. Mrs. Harry
Kaufman is planning the program
in cooperation with Mrs i
Turk, president, and Mrs. I. Leo
Fishbein.
didate favors financial aid to 1 it
and counties by the state and .
nursery school and recreational
facilities to become a part of the
Florida school system.
Mrs. Warriner also urge! thi
advertising and publicizing 1 I
Florida's natural resourci
tical aid to the farmi .
tion of unnecessary red tape for
old age pensions, legislation 1 x
tending veterans' benefits, thi
equalization of tax ,nts
throughout the state, thi I
only one homestead exempt
provision for control of bay bott
lands; a super-higl w
entire East Coast of Florida, wid-
ening ar.d deepening t!..
Coastal waterway, conservation of
fish and wild life and a centra
purchasing program.
The candidate has been a Mi-
ami area resident since 1932
lives in Miami Beach with two
of her three children. Or.,
daughters, Eugenia Marie is
married to a veterar. of World
War II.
Mrs. Warriner declared: "I pro-
pose to support to the limit 1
efforts to raise its share of funds
for Everglades flood control and
reclamation which I regard as the
most important public improve-
ment ever undertaken in the state
The Everglades project will in-
crease the state's wealth by the
billions, ultimately improving the
lot of every citizen in our com-
monwealth."
Mrs Warriner is a member of
the Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors, Chamber of Commerce, Lea-
gue of Women Voters
Roumanian Restaurant
Available For Weddings
The con\
I by a
fl how, all under
the same i I availabli now
1 ;>:,! r Miai 1 th th< an
nounci t by Kitl
itii .it theii
n ] Restaurant
R M Bi
Kitty and
I v. ul in California," Mr.
I Fl
"and it proved very suci
I en For the ceremonies the
oon to reseml le a
ith a white carpeted
center i isle leading up to a ca-
1 ind
e the rit
held. Thi tables, whii h have been
Iding, an tl 1
returned for thi dinm 1 and flooi
: ition call
Kitty at 5 2156.
Haganah Jrs. Win Miami
Y Basketball Tourney
The intermediate house basket-
It agui at the Miami Y has
: its end With Haganah
Jrs completing a clear, sweep of
wins ami no defeats as a
lit of it- victory over the
bee J t Thursday eve-
ning wit! a score of 61 to 26.
Arnold Bobs 1 1, who has aver-
: 18 point .1 1 me, '.'.as again
scorer on Thursday evening
". 1 lit nd has been voted
\ alual le player in the tourn-
ament.
Hadassah Group To Hold
Style Show February 24
Miami Group of Hadassah wom.
en will vie with Patricia Vanct
models in a fashion show present-
ation to be staged Thursday, Feb.
ruary 24, from 2 to 3 p.m. at the
Havana-Madrid Club, 300 S W la
St.
Margaret Newman Original
will be shown with Patricia Vance
as commentator and Josephine
Adler as piano accompanist.
Women desiring to play cards
before and after the show may
come at 1 p.m. and remain until
4 p.m. Refreshments will be pro-
vided.
Financial secretary. Mrs Rae
Frome, 950 S.W. 12th Ave., an-
nounces that admission is by paid
up membership only.
Prepares You For the Country'!
Leading Colleges
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WARRINER
FOR STATE LEGISLATURE
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PLANKS IN HER PLATFORM:
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
Th 0* Community-Wide Kashruth Association
wiicipatmg agency of the Greater Miami Jewiih Federation
ANNOUNCES THAT:
' rnar'i,0\ni0rmation ^^ Kashruth concerning chicken
Ka^S,meaL,markeU' *~ Mtami^LProJ>lem to M*** or In th. City of
Miami and vicinity may be obtained from our Director,
Kami R?ePuh E; Rackvky. 818 Michigan Atobh*
2 Jr5 ^ach' phon W5W.
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OrSJtf mu, identification ring oi the
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 194d
+Jen 1st fBoridtati
PAGE THIRTEEN
INVESTMENT ADVISER
Discretionary Accounts Handled
Limited to Securities Listed on the
New York Stock Exchange
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
TEACHER
Violin instruction for beginners
ALSO
Prepare boys for Bar Mitzvah
Will come to your home
536 N.W. 95th St. Ph. 78-0705
B. STIEBEL
Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami YMHA, outlines plans for a new women's organization to a committee which will
help form the new group. The committee includes (left to right) front row. Rose Cutler, Alma Budner. Sylvia Waldorf, Muriel Gordon.
Lena Weiner, Alyce Wilson; rear row, Helyn Sedon, Grossman, Be mice Dubler, Ruth Nurenberg. Rose Friedman, Lillian Snyder, Edith
Fechtner and Belle Greenberg.______________________________________________________________
Miami Y To Form
Women's Club
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Miami YM & YWHA, announces
the formation of a new women's
group at the Miami Y.
Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg has been
appointed chairman of the com-
mittee in charge of organizing this
group. She will be assisted by
Rose Cutler, Alma Joy Budner,
Sylvia Waldorf, Mildred Gordon,
Edith Fechtner, Lena Weiner,
Alyce Wilson, Belle Greensberg,
Lillian M. Snyder, Rose Fried-
man, Bernice R. Dubler and
Helyn Sedon.
At the first meeting of the com-
mittee Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director of the Y, outlined
a program of activities for a wom-
LEGAL NOTICE
en's organization. He stated that
in addition to the serving on the
various committees at the Y, the
women may arrange programs of
particular feminine interest in-
cluding courses in slenderizing,
talks on health and problems of
children, talks and exhibitions on
beauty culture, modeling and
sewing.
The committee is calling a mass
meeting of all women members
of the Miami Y for Thursday eve-
ning, February 17. All women
members of the Miami Y are in-
vited.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- undei'HlKiK'ri, dexIrliiK to engage In
buRinesa under the fictitious name of
Bather Shop at <8 E. Flagler Street,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc
County, Klorida.
SAMUEL, SUTTON
] 28 I 4-11-18-25
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF
KI.OKIOA, IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121923.
ANNA SEDIACEK. Plaintiff, v.
JOSEI'H SEDIACEK, Defendant.
Till:, JOSEPH KEDIACEK, 2083
Basset Avenue, Bronx, New York, are
notified to file your Appearance In
the above cause for Divorce, on or
before the 28th day of February, A.D.
IS>49. or a Decree Pro ConfesHo will
be entered agalnxt you.
DATED: This 26th day of January,
A.D. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
i Circuit Court Seal)
By R, E. HODGES.
Deputy Clerk.
VVA8MAN, SILVER & SAKOW1TZ
Attorney!
Beybold Bids.
i 2D 2/4-11-18-98
IN TI11C CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
r-'UiJUDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
I219S2.
ALICE AI1RAMS, Plaintiff, va. VIC-
TOR A It RAMS', Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: VICTOR ABRAMS,
219 I'-.-i.wii-k Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York.
iou are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed
?:ulnst you In the above styled cause
on or before the 28 day of February.
1919, otherwise the allegations of said
"ill of Complaint will be taken as con-
esaed against you.
DATED this 27 day of January,
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
._____' Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
703 Congreea Building
1/28 2/4-H-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
BLBVBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
121966.
KTHEL HYMAN, Plaintiff, vs. JACK
HYMAN, Defendant.
YOU. JACK HYMAN, c/o J. FRIED-
MAM. 202 EAST 91st STREET,
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, are noti-
fied to file your appearance In the
above cause for divorce, on or before
he 28th day of February. A.D. 1949.
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you
DATED: This 27th day of January.
AD. 1949.
. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
-.... Deputy Clerk.
WAHMAN, SILVER _- SAKOWITZ
Lyons Makes Bid
For Legislature
Norman R. Lyons, Miami attor-
ney last week announced his can-
didacy for the vacancy in the
Dade County legislative delega-
tion in the special election being
called for February 7, 1949.
Mr. Lyons became a resident
of the state of Florida in 1931
and attended the
University of Mi-
ami and the Uni-
versity of Flor-
ida from which
he received his
law degree. In
1939 he was mar-
ried to Miss Dora
Rosenhouse,
daughter of the
late Mrs. Minnie
Rosenhouse, a
pioneer member of Miami's Jew-
ish community.
Mr. Lyons is a member of va-
rious fraternal and civic organ-
izations in Miami, among which
are B'nai B'rith, Zionist District
of Miami; YMHA; James Carnell
Lodge No. 223, F & A.M.; Lodge
No. 946, B.P.O.E.; Bay Biscayne
Lodge No. 31, Knights of Pythias,
as well as the Miami Chamber of
Commerce.
He has been actively engaged in
the dissemination of Jewish cul-
ture by virtue of his regular
weekly feature on the Jewish
Hour over WBAY under the sup-
ervision of Jacob Schacter. His
thumb-nail sketches of famous
Jews in American history are very
well known to this community.
Mr. Lyons, who has long been in-
terested in organized labor and
has been invited on several occa-
sions to speak before the political
action committee of the American
Federation of Labor of Miami on
various phases of the Taft-Hart-
ley Law, has announced that his
platform contains the following
planks, among others:
Labor; conservation; water con-
trol; and school legislation.
GIVE
B'nai B'rith
FUND DRIVE
AID TO ISRAEL
Rabbi L. Yelkowitz
Rabbi Yelkowitz
Visits Parents Here
Rabbi Marvin L. Yelkowitz, re-
cently ordained by the Yavne
Jewish Theological Seminary, is
spending a few days at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Yelkowitz, 350 N.W. 2nd St. Rabbi
Joseph Grossman, executive sec-
retary of the Seminary, accom-
panied Rabbi Yelkowitz and is
also a guest in the Yelkowitz
home. Both rabbis, here on a
short vacation, are actively as-
sociated with the Yavne Theo-
logical Seminary, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rabbi Yelkowitz studied at Yes-
hiva University, where he re-
ceived his B. A. He was ordained
at the Yavne Theological Semi-
nary June 29, 1948, and served
as spiritual leader in Maine prior
to his affiliation with the Semi-
nary. He has also been active in
youth work.
DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted and Repaired
Phone 48-6535
2250 S. W. 8th Street
Opposite Garden Restaurant
FOR DEPENDABLE
RELIABLE SERVICE
McCOY TYPEWRITER
SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATESPICK-UP
AND DELIVERY
KEYS AND RADIO REPAIR
9700 N.W. 7th Avo.
Phone 89-2278
NEW LOCATION
SAME PROMPT
COURTEOUS SERVICE
HARTLEY'S
AUTO TOP SHOP
1234 N.E. 1st Ave.
Phone 3-8997
PRIVATE ENGLISH LESSONS
by
EXPERIENCED YIDDISH-
SPEAKING TEACHER
Phone evenings between 7 and 3
ROSE MEISEL 82-8400
SITTER AVAILABLE
Prefer Northern part of
City and North Beach
CALL MISS COHEN
78-8759
POSITION WANTED
As practical nurse or will do light
cooking.
Kosher home preferred
Short hours
PHONE 5-1479
GIVE
B'nai B'rith
FUND DRIVE
VETERANS'
HOSPITAL SERVICE
EXIT LONELINESS
FIND HAPPINESS NOW
JOIN THE
CIRCLE CLUB
Chamber of Commerce Building
141 N. E. 3rd Ave.. Room 501
PHONE 2-6242
Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WRITE P. O. BOX 3468
Gartenberg and Schechter
at the beautiful
HELENE HOTEL
1030 15th St., Miami Beach
Strictly Kosher Dining Room
Open to the Public
Call 5-5785 for Reservations
Spanish Lessons
Grammar or conversation at your
convenience, private or groups,
taught by Cuban Native Lawyer
Tel. 82-6901 and 82-4335
NILO C. REGOJO
107 N. E. 1st Ave.. Room 225
JEAN 11% All
COMPLETE
CATERING SERVICE
1423 Collins Avenue
Phone 58-2551
FOR RENT
ROOM FOR 1 OR 2
In private home
Reasonable
2103 S. W. 11th Street
Phone 3-2935
BEAUTIFUL ROOM FOR RENT
In New Home of Young Couple
Kosher Kitchen Privileges
Convenient Location
3475 S.W. 28th St. Ph. 83-4071
PLANTS & SHRUBS
For Sale
Reasonable
JOSEPH MELNICK
1252 N. W. 33rd St.
TeL 3-7115
GIVE
B'nai B'rith
FUND DRIVE
YOUTH TRAINING
Are Yon
LONELY?
Enjoy life with an enjoyable
companion thru our large
organization. Your choice is
surely listed with us. Learn
our new plan. Dignified in
avery phase.
CLARA LANE
Friendship Center, Inc.
43 N.E. 2nd Street
Opp. Telephone Company
Phone For Appointment
82-3065
Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
WIDOW BUSINESS WOMAN
Age 43 American Jewish No Children
Would like to contact middle-aged gentleman
Business Man Preferred
P.O. BOX 2973. MIAMI 18
WRITE MRS. S. A.
B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION
WANTS PART-TIME DIRECTOR
FOR GREATER MIAMI
Must have had training or
Properly supervised experience in group work
WRITE M. F.
c/o Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
Education Bureau
Grants (iannes
Leave Of Absence
A ? Gauss ezectstm iirecta*
of the Duwm of Jewish Educa-
tion, tan bees panted i three*
-..-..- :* -.: abaence effe
February I foi the -~'"-- ''
corr.p >...-.? bis Pi D studies at
Droptic Philadelphia ec-
cordiri v. to mnoocement by
Mar Mi pre idect dI the Bu-
reau
Gam* .:: retuiB to Miami
two of three days f each month
and nil] keep in daily touch with
hii office and Bureau acot I
Dunns hii sbeeoce Hyrnan Pom-
erantz. extension activities direc-
tor =- "-- *>
ctivities '5 the Bureau
Gannei j graduate .. the He-
brew Lautute in New York He
received his B A frona City Col-
lege \'. New York and his M. A
frorr Colum": .= V- versity Hr
came tc M an February 1M4
and a month, late: opened the
Bureau here
Prior tc corning here Gannei
taught i- Marsha Liah Hebrew
School and in the .-..?- scbook '
Gables Center Organizes
Motion Picture Group
Formaboa -.'. i Moboe P I
Workabop to the product**
--.-;'--- i of films of J
isfa batereat hai been mux -
-v the Coral Gat
Uer A meeting -' tee group
bees t_e: for ruesday t
617 Palermc
Center Director R i" B
a has stated that n
will be writt- t .
rected and ;- 3
-rf the Jewish community
services at Dran ---
ton Klein have been 5^
dramatia director
Koveo will aerve i;
photography a:: intei are
invited t attend Tu<
ing
?Me*/**1 fkrifcn
LEGAL IfOTICE
E usdeh fictitious
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1949
LEGAL NOTICE
., r .-.DEB FICTITIOUS
"b &r orvw th*t
ind t th
'.
- ; -w
Court ol Dade
-
.;- :e -S0f XT OuS
NAME
New York
>.'.- awned and
directed i children's caacp for ten
yean
In addition tc iuties as di-
rector af the Bureau Sanrn
on the faculty ? the Universitj
of Mian where he teachea He-
brew He is i -i" oer .' the ex-
ecutive '...... ttee :: the NattonaJ
Council for Ed jcation A
member the board of cLrecton
of the Miarr Beach Zionist Dis-
trict he affiJ ated .-..-. Sholem
Jodge B'nai B'nth Miami B
Jewish Center and Beth David
Gannes famJy ... remain in
Miami
JWV Auxiliary To
Stage Affairs At
Pratt Hospital
Members of the Jewi -
Veterans Auxiliary N
Bruce Brown Poet Nc 174
conduct = community sing Sun-
day February ; at Pratt Gen<
H --:.:-.- Wednesdaj \
ruary V -~
monthly games partj f i
lized patii
Plans are now 1
for the annual Tag Day
: funds for the commg year
be r=_sed.
Al] eligible women wl
|oin the orgasm auon are
call 4-437C or e-7912
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCfIT roiP.T OF tb.
I1TH jri'KMAL riRCIIT IS IS*
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/jr1dTD
in --man. fry. No :;..;:, DA-
ALTCB MANOOOUM Unknown..
AUCB I1ANOOOIAN, PUtnUK
HAR'.M. MANOOT.IAN. r^f".'
I i HAROLD MAXOOGIAMlS
til Ptaet, Hayld*. Loa Ubu^ ?gj
r< W. ar* notified to Ml* your iaaV?r
:n the above caune for dlwrc. ~
tl* day of February AD mi
^.thorwlM decree pro oonftno otiJ;
r.tered airalnst you. m
I>ated thii 14 day of January An
IMS.
E. R WEATHERMAN Oerk
(Circuit Court Seal>
By W.M. W BTOCKDta
Depot* curk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN TX-
n-y
SeyboM BI<1.
2I-2S 2. 4-11 _
Dr. Markey To Address
Spinoza Forum Tomorrow
Lit Alexander Markey noted
autner world trave^r --z.~.
turer will be guest speaker to-
morrow aften.-.-..-. v. \ d :k at
the Spinoza Forun the zi\.:
of the borne of Or A Wolfson
11th Si and Collim Ave D:
Markej subj* I ..... be An Ad-
venture intc the Unknown
Other activities slated for the
forum during the week include
meeting tc bear c.-.d db
Town Hall M ting of the A;r
Tuesday
Cr arlei H. Le*'s
fjftc lecture on astronomy Wed-
nesday Lr Hir.v^i i lecture on
.-; alth rhursda; a meeting f the
Greater Miami Vegetarian Socie-
r.-z-. i c j
Beach Mizrachi Group
To Meet Tomorrow Night
the Miami Beach Mizra hi
trid I
Jact in:ty Buildinj it 31]
Wasl gi a :'.
:-:: : night at 8 3(
Rabbi '' Mi hel
the latest news from [sra< N
mations for i riicers for the i
;-. ar wil] be made
Rabbi I H Ever, lecturer i
author will be the guest sj
jblic ii .r .
LEGAL NOTICE
Debbs To Entertain Polio
Patients At Jackson
Sunshine committee of the
Debh apter B'na; 5 rith Young
Women wil] visit the polio ward
at Jackson Memorial Hospital
Sunday afternoon to entertain
patients there Misi Doris Brown
prer.d*:-: :r.r.'. ;nci d
A musical program wiD be pre-
tented ieaturing the Misses Cr.ar-
lotte Sandier Arlene Cohen, *:.-
Doris E.-'. -.-..
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT C.S
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HER1
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Wi-T. Bopi .: at N W !
Plorvj -
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y
EX." JEN] rz
JAMES
" I RT DIETZ,
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: .- ; i-i:-i!-a
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
M1AML FLORIDA
LISTEN TO THE
Jewish
Musical Hoar
WBAY1490 on Your
Dial
Every Friday from 11 A.M.
to 12 Noon
Every Sunday from 10 AJ4.
to 11 A.M.
A PROGRAM OF POPULAR.
CLASSICAL AND
LITURGICAL MUSIC
JACOB SCHACHTER
Director
YOUR INCOME TAX
Prepared Correctly by
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
J. E. MAHQUA, Tax Consultant
Main Office. 7117 Biscayne B1t ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON-THE BEACH
1261 Waahlncjton Avenue
VISIT OUR BRAND NEW FASHION STORE
______ 68-72 East Flagler Street
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NOTICE UNDER PICTITI0UI
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, derlrlnit to ns*> |0
tlnaae under th- UUoui nan o(
The Waherteria at 04 8 M:aml Av
Miami, F1"r1da. Intends to register
name withe th Clerk of :hf Clr-
jrt of I>ade County, Florida
MATILDA rEINSTEIN
Sole Owner
MYERS, HKIMAN A KAPLAN
ye for Applicant
. r.'.dg.
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BIL\*ER. KAPLAN DIET?*
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Florida
1/7-14-1 _
NOT CE LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JCD-IES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CODHTT,
KI/iRlUA. -- IN I'RvIiATE, So.
75.
In Re ESTATE OF
r.METT V. CCRTISS, I.ieteaiel
All :editor and All Persons Hit-
:.. i.ms or Demands Agair.st Skid

V j. and each of you. are hereby
.' : ,nd required to present any
> ai.d demands wh.i-h you, or
- of you. may have afainet th*
are of Clemett P Curl sa Jet and
I : -ade County, Florida, to th
W F B'.anti n. mtj Judge
D le County, and file the same In
- ffl in the County .rthouaa
n Da ty, n nia. within eight
.,r months rrom the date of the
--. publication beneof Sr.il claim*
llda to contain the legal ad-
I -hec laimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will tx i Bet bV i n III of th
Pi :.ii. Act.
iry 13. A.D IS-*?-
il.KNN H THIRRER,
of the Um Will ana
,t of CLEMETT P CUR-
keed.
WAS MAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
n*u i '. r Executor
: i si : 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V'TICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that
rh un.li-rsigned. deslrlnK to engage In
-- under the fictitious name of
irel In the Pines at Dad* I'ounty,
.tends to register said nam*
'lerk Of the Circuit <\>urt of
County, Florida.
LACRENCF. TISCH
s. le uwner
MARX FAHER
for Applicant
. Coi rreee HMg.
.i::-:s 2 4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
' RT i V" THE
IAL riRcpiT OP
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N iTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the. underalgnod, desiring t" r.gage In
neaa under the fictitious name or
IEWEL CREST: JEWEL ''REST
FOR DADE MANCPACTCRER8: JEWEL CRBn
v
N.
:->KV, a k ..
N.
.r ap-
iae for dl-
. daj :
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you
la of nuarj
HERMAN Clerk
By M r PEIQE
priedman" c,ert
ri
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a.\)GUST BROS ftv.
ti
NOTICE TO APPEAR
CIRCCIT COUR l >F T1IK
r IN AND
V i-:.' 'RIDA -
I S
y tiff, vi
TRAfNOR lam
N E TRAYNOH
New York, are
ince in the
the Ilet
therwlae
enured
'. Jei .- a D
'mki'.man. aerh
I Court Sea
By M c rotOE
S A ITUEDliANPUt1' C1"k
l:ng
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MANUFACTURINO CO (NON-W-
CORP.) at IMI Washington Avenue,
i Peach. Pla., Intend' to regta-
ter Mid name with the Clerk of in*
I'ircuit Court of Dade County, norlda
GAPRIEL BRAUN
CEO ROE J TALiA.NOI-T
rney fi>r Applicant
14-Sl-tt 2 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hkrehv civkn imi
the. umlersigned, desiring to <-ng'
neaa under the fictitious name oj
n Auto Supply and Tire Co. at
4 N W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Florida.
Is to register aald name with in*
'"lerk of the Circuit Coert of I>
County*! Florida.
JOE TEPPER
Bole Owner
MARX FAHER
\ it. v for Applicant
> -' nrress Itldg.
1 14-21-2* 2/4 ^______m
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N( 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
I lalneea under the fictitious name oi
Wllllam'e Beautv Salon at 130 V
2nd Avenue. MUmi. Fla.. intends jo
iter aald name with the Clerk m
the Circuit Court of Dade Count).
Florid*. -
PETTY VIVIAN SCHWARTZ
Sole Owner
A. J. KAPI^AN
Attorney for Applicant
I 14-21-2S 2 4-11
ve r,a.'f'."Sr *P**rn"o
,. ,aui" fnr divorce on the
wise .!.. ree nro r^rA D ,9 tP you '*88 Wl" -
I 3rd -1..V
3f<> day of January. A D
.^VTIIERMAV. r.erk
By M-c reiGE.
'"RiKnMAN?*AU,t,L c,'rk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
businesa under the fictitious name
I-aurel In the Palms at Dade OoWWJ
Florida. Intends to refrister said nsm'
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida. _,.
LAURENCE TISCH
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg
1/14-Il-SS 2/4 ________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW |h.(
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVW BJ
the underslrned. desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
AJ's at 6212 NW. 18th Avenue,
Mln*l
i'ti eziz ^i.w. istn Ae-' _,
Horida. Intend to register said pjsj
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
HARRY -MOSS _-
ABRAHAM OOTTLIEB
JOSEPH MALEX
Attorney for Applicants -.
1/7-14-ll-M 1/4 *^


JANUARY 28, 1949
lebow Installed
President Ol
tans' Wives Club
lexander Liebow was in-
i president of the Physi-
|ves Club at a meeting
Ve Lear School last week.
ficers include: Mrs. Bar-
nkle and Mrs. Morris
presidents; Mrs. Victor
he! Mrs. Benjamin Oren,
is: Mrs. Lewis Julian,
f; Mrs. Janden Schwartz,
chairman. Mrs. Jack
bnorary president, offici-
Ihe installation.
Liebow appointed Mrs.
fl,. vine publicity chair-
Mi^ Randolph Shevach
, of the blood bank.
of the club is to be-
..liated with the ladies
of Mt. Sinai when it is
id under the guidance of
ital administrator and to
vice to the hospital and
JDtS. The general aim is
*h aid, particularly in
Cnting the social service
kr.t.
reli Lodge To Meet
kit Lodge No. 177,
] of Pythias, will meet
lesday night at 8 o'clock
lepunliean Club, Flagler
|9th Ave.
Roth Speaks
Iweekly forum of the Mi-
ph Chapter of the Ameri-
rans Committee Sunday
IRoth, chairman of the
lunty Fair Rent Council
lember of the Area Rent
Board, discussed "After
)1, Chaos."
Jroup To Meet
st organizational meeting
hew boys' junior Young
(group wili take place
at 7 p.m. at the Miami
our Hinkes, leader of the
inounces.
between the ages of 10
^re invited to attend.
>rief
annual report meeting
iDade County Research
fon held at the Columbus
following officers were
i: Oscar E. Dooly, presi-
ul R Scott, 1st vice presi-
Gordon Anderson, 2nd
^idcr.t: Mitchell Wolfson,
president; and James I.
>r.. treasurer.
Cemetery Adviser
Praises Mt. Nebo
"Mount Nebo is the outstanding
Jewish cemetery in the country
not in size, but in beauty."
This statement comes from na-
tionally known cemetery consult-
ant, Chester J. Sparks, a man who
traveled 68,000 miles last year
inspecting burial grounds and who
has been in the cemetery business
for the past 19 years. Mr. Sparks,
a member of the board of direc-
tors of the National Cemetery As-
sociation, spent two days in Mi-
ami this week after attending the
organization's convention in Boca
Raton.
"I have seen a great number of
Jewish cemeteries during the
course of my travels," Mr. Sparks
stated, "but I have never seen
any to compare with Mount Nebo.
Operated by public spirited citi-
zens, Mount Nebo offers a real
service to Miami's Jewish com-
munity."
Mr. Sparks was vice president
and sales director of Fort Lincoln
Cemetery, Washington, D. C, for
18 years. He is also a member of
the American Institute of Ceme-
tery Administration.
Robert Yaffey, sales manager of
the Mount Nebo staff, was former-
ly associated with Mr. Sparks at
Fort Lincoln.
+Jewlst>nr>rMri*>n
PAGE FIFTEEN
p Games Party
ne.s party will be held
lursday night in the Dora
|Memorial Hall of Con-
Beth El by the Con-
Sisterhood, according to
pncerr.ent by Mrs. Charles
resident.
Ir. Hadassah To
Show Fashions
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will present a spring
fashion show at the Shelborne
Hotel, Sunday, February 27, at 2
p.m., Miriam Scheinberg, chair-
man, announced.
Fashions will be modeled by
Esther Cohen, Elaine Sachs and
other Miami models. Attire to be
shown will come from Robinson's,
Lincoln Road, with accessories
from Donald',s Lincoln Road.
Proceeds from the affair will
benefit Meier Shfeyah Children's
Village in Palestine maintained
and supported by Junior Ha-
dassah.
Assisting Chairman Miriam
Scheinberg are Mickey Einhorn,
Lillian Rothman and Anita Gold-
man. For further information con-
tact Miriam Scheinberg at 48-8951.
Zelda Kaplan Chosen
Sorority Head At FSU
Miss Zelda Kaplan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan, 2218
Alton Road, Miami Beach, has
been elected president of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority at Florida
State University.
Miss Kaplan, a junior at FSU,
will be formally installed as presi-
dent of Iota chapter of the sorority
at ceremonies on Jan. 31.
Zelda is the niece of Mr. and
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Zionist Forum Slated For Monday Night,
Rabbi April To Speak At Luncheon Club
S. A. Goodman, chairman. North
Beach area, Miami Beach Zionist
District, announces that a Zionist
Forum will be held in the patio
of Temple Beth Sholom, Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m.
Winding up the huge member-
ship campaign now in progress.
Dr. David S. Andron, chairman
of the campaign, will be the guest
speaker.
D Day, the mass enrolling of
members on Miami Beach, will
also be conducted by the Beach j
Zionist Monday. This will be one
of the last events of the drive.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will tell
the group of his experiences in
Israel and will describe the spirit
of election time in the State of
Israel.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation since it
was organized two years ago, will
speak on '"Israel and World Jew-
ry" at the Miami Beach Zionist
District luncheon, Wednesday at
12:15 at the National Hotel, Har-
old Shapiro, chairman, announced.
Rabbi April, who graduated
from the Yehuda Merker Semi-
nary in Berlin, held pulpits for
fifteen years in East Liverpool,
Ohio and in Butler, Pa., before
coming to Miami five years ago.
Rabbi April is a member of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, a life member of B'nai
B'rith, a member of the board of
the Miami Zionist District, Zion-
ist Youth Commission and the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Guest of honor at the luncheon
club will be Ben Zion Ginsburg,
in recognition of his contributions
to the Food For Israel drive. Gins-
burg, formerly of Chicago, where
he was regional president of Chi-
cago Zionist District is a new-
comer to this community. He is
associated with S. A. Goodman,
realtor and is a member of the na-
tional executive committee of the
ZOA. vice president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish National Fund
Council, a member of the board
of directors of the Hebrew Aca-
Labor To Rally
For March Of
Dimes Benefit
Plans have been completed for
a mammoth labor jamboree for
the benefit of the March of Dimes
to be held tomorrow night in Bay-
front Auditorium. Ralph Bagley,
general chairman of the affair,
announced that Governor Fuller
Warren and his cabinet have been
issued special invitations to at-
tend.
According to Bagley, a total of
54 local unions will participate
in the jamboree.
A benefit band concert for the
campaign will be held at Bayfront
Park Bandshell tonight, according
to Caesar LaMonaca, leader of
the orchestra.
Mayor Marcie Liberman, chair-
man of the Miami Beach cam-
paign, announced that three bene-
fits were held there Wednesday.
demy, provisional president of the
Hebrew Academy's Fathers' Club,
board of directors of the Miami
Beach Zionist District and served
as chairman of the Food For Is-
rael Drive, sponsored by the Mi-
ami Zionist District.

S. A. Goodman
Martinson's Coffee
Sets Sales Record
When an advertiser tells the
consumer his product costs more,
that's news. Generally speaking,
advertisers tell the public that
their product or services can be
had at a lower price, a fairer
price, at a sale or through a spe-
cial introductory offer! Here's an
old time advertiser who has the
temerity to make a fetish of the
fact that his costs more. In bold
type, Martinson's Coffee states
that theirs is "the mnst expensive
on the market." And this in con-l
nection with a food product at a i
time when all the bows and ar-!
rows are aimed at the high cost
of food. i
Reasonsimple! Martinson's is,
the most expensive coffee on the
market (except perhaps for a few
private, fancy coffees of very
limited sale). But, at the same
time, Martinson's has been able
to achieve a new all-time sales
record in '48 and in '49 figures
are still running ahead. The ex-
planation is probably two-fold:
1. With all coffees up in price,
the spread between the least ex-
pensive and Martinson's has nar-
rowed apprccVoly, and 2. With
food costs so high, Mrs. House-
wife has learned that Martinson's
bears out its advertising claim to
greater strength and richness =r.d
hence more cups to the pound.
It only goes to show that prices
are relative and, if you have some-
thing, people are willing to pay
for it. And what's more important,
they are willing to repeat. Not
only that, but even when Martin-
son users are off on vacation, they
want their favorite coffeeMar-
tinson's. That's why they, as well
as native Miamians, con now en-
joy this famous fancy coffee in
Florida.
Hebrew School
Install* Cantor
Over 600 people pai '
Sunday nM '
Kelemer, who > irv
stalled as cantor an I teacher of
the Miami Hebrew Schi 1 and
Congregation in
school.
Rabbi Simoi *
leader of the congregal
, dings with a short |
and introduced cl
.evening, Canti
brother of the honored cantor an 1
president of thi ter Miami
Canton Association.
A musical progi J pre-
sented by I ,h "}e
following cantors i ting in
liturgical and folk songs: J.
Y. Goldring, M Man ch( s,
Louis Feder, Samuel Kc l<
Berele Keli i I Louis Yelsky.
Also on t:-. i i w< re J eph
Pardo: Sophie Kemper, the Israeli
Trio composed ot Rebecca Kele-
mer, Florence G I Norms
Rabinowitz; Hei 1; Anyu-
!.i Melicov.
Gieotings and messages to C n
tor Kelemer were presented by
; Jac H Kai Ian, | r<
of the Rabbinical Council of
Greater Miami and rabbi i viontus
of IVmplc Israel; Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever, Southern director of Yes
I iva University; Rabbi
Mescheloff, Beth Ja
tion: Max Drewlch, president of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation; Jacob Schachter,
stati m WBAY.
Felicitations came from nil over
the country, including telegrams
from the Cantors A
Amor:i I e Uni : Orth i-
dox Rabbis of .' ,. an I Cai -
ada.
Refreshments were prepared
and served by the s tern >od oi
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
tain And Her Sephardic Exiles
tree
jneralissimo Franco has re-
tly signed a decree which pur-
ls to repatriate those Sephardic
ts whose ancestors were exiled
1492 by Ferdinand and Isabella,
respondents pounced on this
as news that ties in the
Bent with the romantic past,
jninists retold the colorful
ma of the Inquisition, followed
[the Banishment of the Jews,
supplemented with the voy-
of Columbus on his way to
lover America. One got the
tression from commentators
the terrible wrongs done to
ts by Spanish kings has at last
In righted.
nish Bigotry
Actually, nothing of the sort has
Opened. The edict that expelled
Jews still stands. It is en-
Ived on a plaque in the great
Ihedral in Granada. No law or
has ever repealed it. It
be true that about 3,000 Jews
living in Spain, chiefly in
rcelona. But they have no legal
it to hold religious service
lout a special permit. Jews
Ir.ot complain, I suppose, since
bttstants are in the same eate-
ry. Last year when I was in
Iriiid, hooligans started a dis-
fhnnce in front of a hall where-
IProtestants were holding serv-
It seems that Franco thought
lood politics to grant the neces-
pcrmission. But the hier-
v objected. The papers quoted
Bishop's statement: "While
jple holding any religious be-
may live in Spain, only Cath-
worship is lawfully per-
ted."
inco's Opportunism
hat then could have brought
Dut this phoney decree, after
iknces of 4% centuries. Does
or Franco think the world
easily forget the horrors he
Bted upon Republicans who
)ight to maintain their legitim-
government? Does he expect
win the good opinion of liber-
by upholding Fascism with
rcc in his totalitarian regime?
does he hope the Democracies
111 forget the help he gave Hitler
Id Mussolinihis allies during
last war? Perhaps he aims to
come a member of the U. N. so
it he may form a triumvirate
his fellow tyrantsPeron
Id Ibn Saud.
Spanish Jews left in Greece.
Obviously, there must be a
special reason for Franco to limit
his selection of Sephardim to
Greece and Egypt. According to
the researches of Isidore Loeb,
only about 2,000 exiles found their
way from Spain to Egypt. Today
there are few Egyptian Jews who
can claim direct descent from
these Sephardim. What hypocrisy
is wrapped in this empty gesture
of appeasement! With Medinas
Israel next door, what Jew, out-
side of an insane asylum, would
Caudillo gives the Plutocrats a g0 to Spaini a land where about
free hand, while he keeps wages 90% of the popuiation scarcely
at a minimum by outlawing the J get enougn to eat?
right to strike. In Seville, I paid '
Is it possible that Franco is
coveting some gravy from the
Marshall Plan? His poverty strick-
en, dry rotten country can cer-
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have to shear in order to eat the
lunch I had.
The Franco gesture is no doubt
calculated to impress the world
that his Fascist regime is really
tolerant and benign. Proof? Why
the descendants of those Jews who
was banished in 1492 are wel-
comed back in 1949. How nice.
But let's see. If the little dictator
is really anxious to atone for the
injuries done to Jews, he could
use the more simple and honest
device: recognize the new State
of Israel. Or how about an order
that would permit freedom of
worship?
His Chicanery
Let us examine his new grand-
stand play. His decree actually
states that Sephardic Jews in
Greece and Egypt may apply for
Spanish citizenship; that such ap-
plicants would be carefully se-
lected for "their love of Spain."
This is grade A chicanery. In
Greece last year, I was told that
Salonica before the war was the
only concentrated center of Sapn-
ish Jews left in the world. They
spoke Ladino, a kind of 15th cen-
tury Castilian Yiddish, inters-
persed with Hebrew. Though no
longer vigorous and creative like
their ancestors, they still main-
tained the culture, the courtliness,
the grandezza of old Spain. But
the Nazis have completely liquid-
ated the Sephardim of Salonica.
out of a population of 75,000
Greek Jews, only 10,000 survived.
There are virtually no more
Spanish Decline
Traveling in Spain, I was cu-
rious to see how well the anti-
Jewish policy of the Catholic
kings paid off. What did the great
expulsion of 1492 net? How much
had the land profited by burning
thousands of Marranos at stakes
set up in Seville, Toledo, or Sara-
gossa? In Cordova, I met a young
fellow of Basque descent who
spoke good English. Together we
took in the sights, and he enjoyed
his first good dinner in months.
To my surprise, I learned that
this sleepy provincial city of 65,-
000 souls had a population ex-
ceeding a million during the days
when the Caliphate was governed
by the Jewish Visier. Chasdai
Ibn Shaprut. At the end of the
day, my Basque friend expressed
surprise at my interest in things
Spanish. For effect, I said that my
forefathers were banished from
Spain in 1492. The young fellow
looked at me with an expression
that seemed envious. Finally he
said, "You lost nothing. Ah, if
only my ancestors were banished
at the same time."
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
fJenistfkrk/laiJ
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
The Jewish Community
Greater Miami recently celebrated
the "Jewls Book Month." The
interest and response of the public
to the cultural programs was note-
worthy. The lectures and sym-
posiums on Jewish culture were
attended in great numbers and
received with remarkable enthusi-
asm. It proves that a substantial
part of our population love and
appreciate the Jewish book.
It seems, therefore, reasonable
to assume that it may be equally
interesting and beneficial to offer
an opportunity to the readers of
books to meet with the writers of
books.
We are privileged, having in our
midst prominent writers who
witft the life v yard-keeper
inPalesI >rtly t
Czarist regime to R
he was arrested as a poll
fender and for six months was
ed under convoy from pri-
son to prisoneighteen in all.
He escaped to Palestine
where he heloed build Tel Aviv.
was atl I several times by
contracted malaria.
tures
For
re fashioned
the last twelve years
Tolush has spent the greater P
of the year at Miami Beach.
'
cater part
s
sincere
Iser Tolush (Mausselewitch)
An Appreciation

"y aner tests vim
reward of the from public ace aim. He
Isimple life and likes it. h ;
a political of-1 the p!
Of the .
above all thir
unassuming. He ae
and run away
and utterly
tests vain glory
'no envy
attain great popularity
Itn ae-
de-
ambition for farm
trimental to h lu' d
.1___ \.~ or
nd
and
make Miami Beach their perman- many more are told m h J
ent home. We can lenishen <\) andenngs w nicn
Arabs, and
n | '.led him to leave the
country. He once more came to, thus be free to write
Paris and from there set out on when he likes,
foot through France. Italy. Swit- L together with Isei 1
I and Austria. He has been friendg, wish him on his urn
: Turkey. Egypt and elsewhere: bj,thday anniversary,
he was In turn, a manual laborer,
gardener, itinerant photographer
and engine-room stoker on the sea
of fcsov. All those experiences am:
in his "Wog-
take advantage^^XreVonnmend^tionofMax-
of this fact and Gorki his work jn the Old
meet with them, Homeland" was published in t
occasionally and j Russian magazine. A translation
of "The Insult" was |
Has .: : : at that
y th< et Bi -ik.
| has been re-
publ translated into Hi
brew, h and Ene
of his heart's desires and a
l.ea'th to continue his lit. iry
work for many y i
Tolush
well-known
ear them render
selections from
r own bo
Such an occa-
sion present? it-
self at this time.
A group of
friends and col-
gues of the
Jewish writer Iser
Tolush. arranged a reception and
literary evening in his honor on
his 60th I Lrthday anniversary and
40th year of his appearance on the
stage of Jewish literature.
I. Tolush is a gifted and ap-
pealing writer. The nom'de plume
Tolush, signifies in Hebrew no-
mad. He has taken it on the sug-
gestion of the Hebrew poet Z.
Shneur. It is an appropriate pen-
name, for I. Tolush was a wan-
derer and a wanderer story-teller.
I. Tolush was born in Danne-
burg. Lithuania, he ran away
from home at the age of ten to
the Volga region where he be-
came apprenticed to a photo-
grapher. His master's little girl
taught him to read and write Rus-
sian. He again ran away and for
a long time vagabonded over the
Volga with tramps and barge-
haulers. It was from the latter
that he learned of Gorki, who had
been one of the fraternity, and
his writings made such an over-
whelming impression on young
Tolush that he determined to be-
come a writer himself.
He continued his wandering,
covering all of Lithuania and
finally coming to Odessa, where
he spent several years eking out
a livelihood, among other thinfr-.
teaching poor working men to
read and write Russian. Then
came several years abroad, in
Paris and Geneva: still later he
went to Palestine where he
worked in orchards and orange
groves.
In 1909 he came back to Odessa
and made his debut as a writer
with a semi-fantastic tale dealing
Israel Agrees
To Free Two
llritish Pilots
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Israel has
agreed to release tw i British
pilots captured when five RAF
re sh A down on Jan.
: Israeli territory'. ll w*a
officially announci this
.: ivernment has
asked Cyril Marriott, British con-
UBf Compilation
Committee Meets
GENEVA. (JTA)-The U.N. Pal-
estine Conciliation Commission
held its first meeting here this
week in private. The meeting; was
attended by Husseyin Cahid Yalt-
chin of Turkey, Claude de Bois-
sanger of France and. in the ab-
sence of the U.S. representative,
the U.S. Minister to Berne, John
Carter, acted ex officio.
After the meeting, a communi-
que was issued stating that the
commission had paid tribute to
memory of Count Folke
Bernadotte. the U.N. mediator
who gave his life for the cause of
peace in Palestine. Husseyin Ca-
hid Yaltchin was invited to act
as first chairman of the commis-
sion- _. _, .
The commission decided to es-
tablish its official headquarters in
Jerusalem. The Jerusalem head-
quarters will be opened as of
January 24.
: ...; genei il in Haifa, to make ar-
er on the Jewish Morning Journal
His "New B lehem" is hii I I
major venture in English. Space
forbids anything like an exten v
bibliography It i.....'
number of sketch and stori<
contributed to various m
and newspapers is rapidly reach-
ing a thousand.
His first collection of stories
entitled 'The Sea Rushes" rangements for the men lo leave
Israel immediately. The an-
nouncement also revealed that
the Israeli government has decid-
ed to permit the United Nations
to send food and medical supplies
convoys to Falujawhere 2,000
Egyptians have been trapped for
the past three months. The exacu-
ation of the seriously wounded
and ill from Faluja will also be
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if B. Rifkin (Lexicon of Jewish
Literature). I shall quote from
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few remarks ". Tolush brings to
his types more than he derives
from them. First of all he I rings
his own loneliness, the loneliness
cf one who wanders the world
over: he takes hold of the lonely
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they become the prey of destiny
. Tolush is the same type of
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is his stories evince complete
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Israel Goes to the Polls .
By holding its first national
election under the strain of war
and international politics Israel
has given an impressive demon-
s. ration of democracy in action
. Ben Gurion's Mapai is ex-
pected to pile up a much larger
VCte than was anticipated as re-
cently as two weeks ago .. David
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The week that just passed may
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. The Arabs sued for peace .
Bevin yielded British and
French recognition of Israel is
here U. S. de jure recogni-
tion of Israel is expected any
moment The Export-Import
Bank has approved a $100,000,000
loan Some of these phenom-
enal events are not mere acci-
dents London and Washing-
to> are interested in the election
of Western-minded Ben Gurion.
On the Home Front .
The Montor controversy has not
yet been solved The leaders
of the Zionist Organization of
America are determined not to
yield ... If Montor is foisted on
the UPA, they claim, the animosi-
ties he has aroused will do more
harm than good Few of the
1,200 delegates who attended the
Atlantic City UJA conference
realized they were merely figures
in a chess game between Ben
Gurion and Abba Hillel Silver .
A royal battle is ahead when the
members of the Jewish Agency
executive arrive here to take a
hand in the issue Zionist lead-
ership is taking the position that
the Agency has no jurisdiction
with regard to UPA policy ... A
Zionist said the other day: "There
is a war going on between two
nations, the Zionists and the Is-
raelis, and a third nationthe
Jewis mediating" ... He then
added: "I am all for Israel but
I am an anti-Zionist" Con-
fusion among Jews is growing
Governor Lehman is now in a
hospital ... He is undergoing
treatment for an eye ailment .
Harry Greenstein, advisor on
Jewish Affairs to the American
Military Government in Europe,
is one of the most interesting fig-
ures in American Jewish life .
He hails from Baltimore Balti-
more, incidentally, has the dis-
tinction of being the most ortho-
dox Jewish city in America .
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will cele-
brate his 56th birthday on Janu-
ary 26 Nsaac Neiditch, the
veteran Zionist leader, is recuper-
ating from an operation His
daughter, Mrs. Novomersky, came
by plane from Israel to be at his
bedside The case of Dr. War-
haftig. who was unceremoniously
sent back from Germany by the
Washington authorities, is attract-
ing wide attention Mrs. Anne
McCormick of the New York
Times has written an interesting
series of articles about Israel
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe
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midst of Israel's Ambassador
Goldie Myerson ... At the Rosh
Hashonah services irt the Mos-
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Mrs. Molotov, who is Jewish, ex-
pressed friendly sentiments to-
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